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Table of Contents Quick Facts UNIVERSITY Location: Tulsa, Okla. Founded: 1963 Enrollment: 3,259 Nickname: Golden Eagles Colors: Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White Conference: The Summit League President: Dr. Mark Rutland Athletic Director: Mike Carter Athletic Department Phone: (918) 495-7151 STADIUM Stadium: J.L. Johnson Stadium Capacity: 2,418 Surface: Natural Grass Dimensions: LF- 330; CF- 400; RF- 330 First Game: March 6, 1978 All-Time Record (Pct.): 867-230-2 (.790) COACHING STAFF Head Coach: Rob Walton Alma Mater (Year): Oklahoma State (1986) Career Record (Pct.)/Years: 329-142 (.698) / 8 Record at ORU: Same Asst. Coaches: Ryan Folmar,Ryan Neill,Brian Aguailar Dir. of Operations: Wes Davis Baseball Office Phone: (918) 495-7130 Best Time To Contact Coaches: Call SID BASEBALL INFO 2011 Overall Record: 39-22 2011 Summit League Record (Finish): 29-7 (1st) 2011 Postseason: TCU Regional (3-2) Final 2011 Ranking: n/a Lettermen Returning/Lost: 17/14 Starting Position Players Returning/Lost: 5/4 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost: 3/2 Newcomers: 16 MEDIA RELATIONS STAFF Asst. A.D./Media Relations: Blake Freeland Office Phone: 918-495-7181 Email Address: bfreeland@oru.edu Assistant Media Relations Dir.: Rob Walden Office Phone: 918-495-7094 Email Address: rwalden@oru.edu Media Relations Fax: 918-495-7142 Baseball Pressbox: 918-495-7165 Website: www.orugoldeneagles.com Mailing Address: 7777 S. Lewis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74171

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Introduction Media Information & Guidelines.................. 2 Tulsa, Oklahoma........................................... 4 Oral Roberts University...........................5-11 Dr. Mark Rutland, ORU President................. 11 Mike Carter, Athletic Director...................... 12 J.L. Johnson Stadium.................................. 14 H.A. Chapman Indoor Practice Facility........ 15 The Summit League................................... 16 Baseball Coaching Staff Head Coach Rob Walton........................18-20 Assistant Coach Ryan Folmar...................... 21 Assistant Coach Ryan Neill.......................... 21 Dir. of Operations Wes Davis....................... 22 Volunteer Assistant Brian Aguailar............. 22 Support Staff.............................................. 23 Meet the Golden Eagles Cam Schiller............................................... 25 Drew Bowen.............................................. 26 Brandon King............................................. 27 Matt Rush.................................................. 28 Alex Gonzalez............................................. 29 Nate Goro................................................... 30 Dan Martony.............................................. 31 Bennett Pickar........................................... 32 Jared Schlehuber........................................ 33 Joe Spring.................................................. 34 Lars Liguori................................................ 35 Alec Smith.................................................. 36 Mike Torrence............................................. 37 Chris Williams............................................ 38 Austen Colt, Jose Trevino............................ 39 Jake O’Brien, Kevin Cho.............................. 40 Brad Fisher, Kurt Giller................................ 41 Wesley Leander, Chris Bradshaw ................ 42 Brandon Healy, Caleb Walker...................... 43 Tim ZuFall, Tyler Coker................................ 44 Taylor Tryon,Phillip Wilson......................... 45 Hayden Martin, Logan Domenico............... 46 Jeff Gunter, Nathan Garza........................... 47 2012 Numerical Roster............................... 49

2012 Season In Review Overall Statistics......................................... 51 Game Results............................................. 52 Summit League Statistics........................... 53 Summit League in Review.......................... 54 ORU History and Records All-Americans............................................ 57 Honors & Awards...................................58-59 Miscellaneous Info..................................... 60 Game Records............................................ 61 Career Batting Records............................... 62 Career Pitching Records.............................. 63 Season Batting Records.............................. 64 Season Pitching Records............................ 65 NCAA Postseason Play................................ 66 1978 College World Series.......................... 67 ORU in the MLB Draft................................. 68 ORU in the Major Leagues.....................69-70 Retired Jerseys........................................... 71 Letterwinners.......................................72-73 Opponent Series Records............................ 74 Coaching Records....................................... 75 Game-by-Game Results........................76-79

Credits: The 2012 Oral Roberts University Baseball Fact Book is produced by the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office. Layout and design by Dominique Allen, Blake Freeland, Rob Walden and Eli Linton. Editing assistance provided by Asst. AD/Director of Media Relations Blake Freeland, Assistant Director of Media Relations Rob Walden, Intern Jared Schlehuber, and members of the ORU Media Relations student staff. Photography by ORU Photographic Services, Shane Bevel, Bill Powell, Stephen Holman and others.

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Media Information & Guidelines The 2012 edition of the ORU Baseball Fact Book is a comprehensive source of information with player and coaching staff biographies, statistics and historical references for use by the media covering ORU Baseball. For additional information about Golden Eagle baseball, please call the ORU Athletic Media Relations Office at (918) 495-6646.

J.L. JOHNSON STADIUM J.L. Johnson Stadium is equipped with a fully functioning press box for media use. Located at the top of the grandstand area directly behind home plate, the press box gives media personnel access to three radio/TV booths and a working press area which seats up to 18 people.

CREDENTIALS Requests for media credentials should be addressed to Blake Freeland, ORU Athletic Media Relations, 7777 S. Lewis Ave., Tulsa, OK 74171, or by calling the Media Relations office at 918495‑7181. Requests can also be made via email at bfreeland@oru.edu.

GAME DAY SERVICES Prior to each home contest, game notes, rosters, stats and media guides will be available in the J.L. Johnson Stadium press box. Box scores will be available immediately following the game. Play‑by‑play accounts of the game can be provided upon re­quest. PROFESSIONAL SCOUTS Team rosters and ORU stats will be provided upon request. TELEPHONE/INTERNET SERVICES Telephone lines and internet services for media are provided in the press box for use during and after the game. For any fax requests, contact Blake Freeland for assistance. These lines do not have direct long distance access. The J.L. Johnson Press Box number is: 918-495-7165.

PARKING Media parking spaces at J.L.Johnson Stadium are limited and are available on a first-come, firstserved basis. Please contact Blake Freeland for POSTGAME INTERVIEWS more information. Post‑game interviews with coaches and/or play­ers can be conducted on the field in front of ORU’s dugout following the game. Please PHOTOGRAPHERS contact Blake Freeland for player requests Photographers should make a special request for post‑game interviews. The ORU locker room for credentials. Photographers are al­lowed on and athletic training room facility is closed to all the field in designated areas.These areas include media personnel. foul territory beyond the dugouts on either side of the field. Please see Blake Freeland for direction regarding these accessible areas.

VISITING RADIO All stations wishing to broadcast games at J.L. Johnson Stadium must make requests through Blake Freeland at least one weeks prior to game date. Two phone lines will be provided for vis­iting radio. For long distance calls, broad­casters must use calling cards or make collect calls.

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MEDIA OUTLETS TULSA WORLD John Hoover-Beat Writer P.O. Box 1770, Tulsa, OK 74102 Ph. (918) 581-8355, Fax (918) 581-8352 E-Mail: john.hoover@tulsaworld.com ASSOCIATED PRESS P.O. Box 1770, Tulsa, OK 74102 Ph. (918) 584-4346, Fax (918) 584-4654 E-Mail: apoklahoma@ap.org GREATER TULSA REPORTERS Forrest Cameron-Editor, P.O. Box 470645, Tulsa, OK 74147-0645 Ph. (918) 250-3425, Fax (918) 254-1550 E-Mail: info@gtrnews.com THE ORACLE 7777 S. Lewis Ave. Tulsa, OK 74136 Ph. (918) 495-6864, Fax (918) 495-6626 E-Mail: oraclesports@oru.edu TULSA BEACON Charles Biggs - Publisher 6931 S. 66th E. Ave., Suite 105, Tulsa, OK 74133 Ph. (918) 523-4425, Fax (918) 523-4408 E-Mail: chasbiggs3@aol.com KJRH, Channel 2 - NBC Al Jerkens - Sports Director P.O. Box 2, Tulsa, OK 74101 Ph. (918) 742-6397, Fax (918) 748-1566 E-Mail: jerkens@kjrh.com KOKI, Channel 23 - FOX Nathan Thompson - Sports Director 2625 S. Memorial Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74129 Ph. (918) 388-5264, Fax (918) 388-0516 E-Mail: nthompson@fox23.com KOTV, Channel 6 - CBS John Holcomb - Sports Director P.O. Box 6, Tulsa, OK 74101 Ph. (918) 732-6146; 6118; 6134, Fax (918) 732-6185 E-Mail: john.holcomb@newson6.net KTUL, Channel 8 - ABC Chris Lincoln - Sports Director P.O. Box 8 Tulsa, OK 74101 Ph. (918) 445-9363, Fax (918) 445-9359 E-Mail: clincoln@ktul.com KYAL FM 97.1 (The Sports Animal) Kevin Ward 8181 S Lewis Ave,Tulsa, OK 74137 Ph. (918) 492-2660 E-Mail: kward@sportsanimaltulsa.com KQLL AM 1430 (The Buzz) Chris Plank, Don King, Jeremy Poplin 5801 E. 41st, Ste. 900, Tulsa, OK 74135 Ph. (918) 664-2810, Studio Line (918) 460-1430 E-Mail: plank@1430thebuzz.com KRMG AM 740 Rick Couri 7136 S. Yale, Tulsa, OK 74136 Ph. (918) 493-7111, Fax (918) 493-2376 E-Mail: scubafolk@tulsaconnect.com

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Oral Roberts University Founded in 1963 by evangelist Oral Roberts to educate the whole person-mind, body and spirit-ORU promises a world-class academic experience in the context of a vibrant Christ-centered community. Today, ORU envisions a bright future, energized by the financial support of the Green family-who has generously provided more than $60 million to the University-and by the appointment of a new president, Dr. Mark Rutland. The New ORU is pursuing excellence in every category-strengthening academic programs, upgrading technological capabilities and improving facilities campus-wide. A comprehensive university dedicated to strong student outcomes, ORU offers 65 undergraduate majors, many with national accreditation, as well as 14 master’s-level programs and two doctoral degrees. Faculty members educated at the nation’s top graduate schools serve as academic, professional and spiritual mentors to students who come to ORU from every corner of the globe. ORU continues to redefine what it means to be a leading Christian university. We invite you to feel the energy of the New ORU and become a part of this university on the go. Oral Roberts University is a charismatic university, founded in the fires of evangelism and upon the unchanging precepts of the Bible. The university was founded as a result of the evangelist Oral Roberts’ obeying God’s mandate to build a university on God’s authority and the Holy Spirit. God’s commission to Oral Roberts was to “Raise up your students to hear My voice, to go where My light is dim, where My voice is heard small, and My healing power is not known, even to the uttermost bounds of the earth. Their work will exceed yours, and in this I am well pleased.” The mission of Oral Roberts University - in its commitment to the Christian faith - is to educate the whole person in spirit, mind, and body, thereby preparing its graduates to be professionally competent servant-leaders who are spiritually alive, intellectually alert, physically disciplined, and socially adept. The university seeks to synthesize the best practices of liberal arts, professional, and graduate education with a charismatic emphasis to enable students to go into every person’s world with God’s message of salvation and healing for the totality of human need.

Dr. Mark Rutland, ORU President Dr. Mark Rutland brings significant academic and leadership experiences to his role as president of Oral Roberts University. Originally from Texas, Dr. Rutland completed a bachelor of science at the University of Maryland in 1970. Then, answering God’s call to the ministry, he earned a master of divinity degree from Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Georgia in 1972, and became a United Methodist pastor. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in church growth from the California Graduate School of Theology in 1988. He served alongside Dr. Paul Walker at Mount Paran Church of God in Atlanta, Georgia. For five years he served as Senior Pastor of Calvary Assembly of God in Florida. During his tenure Calvary gained national notoriety as a model of turnaround leadership. In the late 1970s, Rutland began preaching revival meetings in churches across the nation and was soon ministering around the world. He founded Global Servants, which has a church-planting ministry in West Africa and a large girls’ home in Thailand. In 1998, he launched out into a second turnaround adventure: the presidency of Southeastern College in Lakeland, Florida. During his decade of leadership that college became a university, tripled enrollment from less than 1,000 to more than 3,000 students, and saw the Lakeland campus expanded with $50 million in new construction.While there Rutland also established the Jerusalem Studies Center in Israel. Along with his academic and ministry pursuits, Dr. Rutland has authored 13 books and hosted a 30-minute daily radio program called The Herald of Joy. He and his wife, Alison, have partnered in marriage and ministry for 42 years. They have three married children and five grandchildren. He is currently ordained with the International Ministerial Fellowship. 2012 ORU Baseball

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Mike Carter, Athletic Director To say Mike Carter had his work cut out for him when he accepted the director of athletics position at Oral Roberts University on Nov. 7, 1994, is quite an understatement. It was hard enough for Carter to leave a successful business and sports law practice to embark on a career change. But combined that with the fact ORU was just beginning its second year back to active NCAA Division I status with only three full-time support personnel and no conference affiliation, and his endeavor was even more challenging. However, more than 16 years later, it’s clear that Carter’s vision and guidance -- along with a strong commitment to athletics by the University -- has led the department to dramatic enhancements and unprecedented success. Under Carter’s leadership, the department is now properly staffed with support personnel. During his tenure he has developed positions in athletic development, business administration, compliance, academic services, sports medicine, strength training, marketing and media relations. All of these support services have proven to be necessary for ORU to compete successfully in today’s world of Division I athletics. Across the board, each athletic program has thrived with Carter at the helm. That success can be traced directly to the fact that Carter has chosen outstanding coaches and administrators to lead the Golden Eagle athletic programs. Since joining the Summit League in 1997, the Golden Eagles have become a perennial favorite for the league’s Commissioner’s Cup, awarded to the league’s best overall athletic department. ORU has captured nine Cups in 14 years. Over the past 14 years the Golden Eagles have totaled 75 NCAA Tournament appearances and two NIT appearances and three WNIT appearances, 68 All-America selections, and two Olympians. In 2008, track & field athlete Andretti Bain became ORU’s first national champion in any sport when he captured NCAA titles in both the indoor and outdoor 400 meters. Bain went on to win a silver medal at the Beijing Olympics as part of the Bahamian 4x400 meter relay team. ORU’s athletic success hasn’t just been limited to wins on the field though. The Golden Eagles have been extremely successful in the classroom as well, earning an overall GPA of 3.0 or better in 13 out of the last 14 years. Yet, Carter isn’t resting on his laurels. New men’s and women’s basketball locker rooms, women’s basketball offices and a sports medicine facility in the Mabee Center have been constructed. ORU opened the Golden Eagle Sports Complex in 2006, a multi-purpose facility located at J.L. Johnson Stadium which features a 2,500-square foot strength and conditioning center; the Grand Slam Room; and new offices for the baseball coaching staff.The H.A. Chapman Indoor Facility, a 35,000-square foot practice facility for baseball and track opened as part of the Golden Eagle Sports Complex in the summer of 2009. The Mabee Center basketball arena received a new state-of-the-art video scoreboard in 2008, and the Case Soccer Complex was completed just before the 2011 Soccer Season. All of these enhancements have been made in an effort to maintain ORU’s athletic success, and advance to the next level in the near future. Carter and his wife, Paula have two grown children, Lizz and Cason, and two grandchildren.They are also the parents of late son, Scott, who died in December 1993 of childhood cancer.

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J.L. Johnson Stadium

J.L. Johnson Stadium has been the home of Golden Eagles baseball since 1978. Since the first game on March 6, 1978, Johnson Stadium has been recognized as one the finest baseball facilities in the Midwest. And in recent years, the stadium has been refurbished and added to, making J.L. Johnson Stadium one of the top facilities in the nation. In the last few years, J.L. Johnson Stadium has received a new outfield fence, new padding on the cinder block wall between the dugouts and behind home plate, a new bullpen in right field, new railings in the grandstand area and an updated entry way. The Stadium also received an exterior facelift in the summer of 2009. Additional plans call for a renovated locker room and a players’ lounge. In 2008 a 20,000-square foot facility was added which includes coaches offices, a state-of-the-art weight room and the Grand Slam Room in which boosters and fans can watch ORU games in a climate-controlled environment. The facility is located down the right-field line. Johnson Stadium has been host to three NCAA Regionals (1978, 1980, 1981), 14 conference tournaments and countless All-Americans. Dozens of Major Leaguers have played at Johnson Stadium, including Roger Clemens, Joe Carter, Kirk Gibson, Tony Gwynn, Keith Lockhart, Pete Incavigilia, Kevin McReynolds, Mike Moore, Robin Ventura and many others.

J.L. JOHNSON STADIUM FACTS Dedicated: June 17, 1977 First Game: March 6, 1978 - ORU 7, Southeastern Oklahoma 6 Playing Surface: Natural grass Seating Capacity: 2,418 chairback seats with arm rests Press Box: Seating for 15; Three radio/television booths Dimensions: LF - 330, RF - 330, CF – 400, LC - 375, RC - 375 Outfield Wall: 30 foot high hitter’s eye in center field 10 feet behind centerfield wall. Scoreboard 10 feet behind right center field wall. POST-SEASON TOURNAMENTS AT J.L. JOHNSON STADIUM 1978 - NCAA Midwest Regional Teams: Oral Roberts, Oklahoma State, Michigan State, Southern Illinois Key Players: Dave Stieb (SIU), Kirk Gibson (MSU) *Oral Roberts won the regional to earn the school’s first appearance in the College World Series

1980 - NCAA Midwest Regional Teams: Oral Roberts, Arkansas, California, Missouri, UNLV, Wichita State Key Players: Bob Melvin (Cal), Mike Moore (ORU), Kevin McReynolds (ARK), Charlie O’Brien and Joe Carter (WSU) *California went undefeated in the regional to earn a spot in the College World Series

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1981- NCAA Midwest Regional Teams: Oral Roberts, Oklahoma State, San Diego State, Southern Illinois Key Players:Tony Gwynn (SDSU), Mike Moore (ORU), Mickey Tettleton (OSU) *Featured one of the best hitters in baseball in Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn. ORU pitcher Mike Moore held Gwynn hitless in four at bats against ORU. Oklahoma State prevailed to win the regional

1981-Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament 1983-Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament 1985-Midwestern Collegiate Conference Tournament 1998-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 1999-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2000-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2001-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2002-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2003-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2005-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2006-Mid-Continent Conference Tournament 2008-Summit League Tournament 2009-Summit League Tournament 2010-Summit League Tournament 2012-Summit League Tournament

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H.A. Chapman Indoor Practice Facility The H.A. Chapman Indoor Practice Facility opened in the Fall of 2009. The 35,00-square foot facility, located just west of J.L. Johnson Stadium, features indoor practices areas for both the baseball and track & field programs. Built at a cost of $1.2 million, the facility was funded exclusively through private donations, including a genrous lead gift from the H.A. and Mary K. Champman Charitable Trust. The baseball portion of the facility features a regulation-sized infield, three pitching areas and three netted batting cages. The track & field area features a complete pole vault area, high jump pit and long jump & triple jump practice areas.

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THE SUMMIT LEAGUE “Ascending” and “improving” are adjectives frequently y used in media coverage of The Summit mmit League as it continues a renaissance ssance on the playing eld and in the classroom. As The Summit League celebrates its 30th anniversary season as an NCAA Division I athletics conference, the level of performance and achievement among the 11 member institutions and over 3,000 student-athletes in 19 championship sports continues to grow. Since 2007, The Summit League has produced 39 All-Americans and 28 Academic All-America selections along with three NCAA Champions, two NBA Draft choices and one Olympic Silver medalist. Headlining The Summit League’s most recent history were the additions of the University of South Dakota and the University of Nebraska Omaha to its membership. USD joined in 2009 and the 2011-12 academic year marks its rst year of full league competition. UNO’s membership took effect on July 1, 2011 and it will begin league competition in 2012-13. The Summit League’s visibility continues to expand on several fronts. The 2011 Baseball Championship drew a record number of fans after another successful Summit League Basketball Championship totaled the second-highest attendance gure in league history. Television exposure also increased with the broadcasts of four Summit League sport championships in 2010-11, including the second consecutive season that all 14 men’s and women’s basketball tournament games were televised live. Additionally, The Summit League Outdoor Track and Field Championships were televised for the rst time and the league’s entire Baseball Tournament was carried live, marking another rst. National reach of The Summit League was furthered when three member institutions hosted 2010-11 NCAA Championship events. IUPUI was a quad-host for the Women’s Basketball Final Four, UMKC co-hosted the Volleyball Championship and Oakland hosted the Great Lakes Cross Country Regional Championship. In men’s basketball, The Summit League ranked No. 18 in the Sagarin Ratings, placing four teams among the top 150 and six in the top 200. In the Mid-Major Top 25 poll, league champion Oakland ranked No. 5 with two rst-place votes entering the NCAA Tournament, putting them ahead of two Final Four participants, including the national runner-up. Women’s basketball joined the men in sending multiple teams to the postseason with three teams advancing for the secondstraight year, including Oral Roberts, which reached the WNIT’s round of 16 to match the league’s deepest run in that tournament. Individually on the hardwood, Oakland’s Keith Benson was selected in the 2011 NBA Draft by the Atlanta Hawks and on the women’s side, Oral Roberts’ Kevi Luper became the rst player in history to lead the NCAA in both points per game and steals per game in the same season. Several teams continued impressive championship streaks within the league in 2010-11. Oral Roberts, which nished the season nationally-ranked, won its 14th-straight baseball title, tying for the second-longest streak in NCAA history. Oakland captured its 12thconsecutive men’s and women’s swimming and diving titles while North Dakota State won its fourth-straight men’s and women’s indoor track and eld championships and its third softball crown in a row. South Dakota State became the rst women’s basketball team to win three consecutive league championships. The Summit League enjoyed a successful track and eld season with eight All-Americans, including six at the NCAA Outdoor Championships. Oral Roberts’ Jack Whitt led the way by nishing as runner-up in the pole vault at the Outdoor Championships after placing third indoors. Two Summit Leaguers, North Dakota State’s Amy Anderson and Whitney Carlson, each received the prestigious NCAA Elite 88 Award, given to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative gradepoint average participating at the nals site for each of the NCAA championships. Anderson went on to earn All-America status after recording the league’s highest NCAA golf nish and Carlson became the rst female athlete in league history to earn All-America honors in two events at both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor Championships during the same year.

The accomplishments of 2010-11 came on the heels of exceptional success the previous two years. In 2009-10, IUPUI’s Chen Ni became The Summit League’s rst female NCAA Champion when she took  rst in the platform dive. rst dive Oakland’s Keith Benson was named the Lou Henson Award winner as the men’s basketball Mid-Major Player of the Year. The preceding year, Oral Roberts track star Andretti Bain won a silver medal at the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a member of the Bahamas’ 4x400-meter relay team after winning both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor 400-meter titles and IUPUI’s George Hill became The Summit League’s second NBA rst round draft pick. Originally formed in 1982 as the Association of Mid-Continent Universities and later known as the Mid-Continent Conference, The Summit League is in its fth year of rebranding that followed its 25th anniversary and coincided with the Summit Plan, a strategic plan that places a renewed emphasis on improving the academic and athletic performances of all league student-athletes. The Summit League has a combined enrollment of over 135,000 at 11 universities, ve of which are located in the top 76 U.S. media markets (Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Tulsa and Omaha). Member institutions include: IPFW (Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne), IUPUI (Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis), UMKC (University of Missouri-Kansas City), the University of Nebraska Omaha (which begins league competition in 2012-13), North Dakota State University, Oakland University, Oral Roberts University, the University of South Dakota (in its rst year as a full member), South Dakota State University, Southern Utah University and Western Illinois University. Eastern Illinois University is an associate member in swimming and diving and men’s soccer. League champions receive an automatic NCAA Tournament bid in all applicable sports. Since its inception in 1982, The Summit League has had several transcendent moments on the national stage. In 1986, Cleveland State upset third-seeded Indiana in the rst round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on its way to a berth in the Sweet 16. A decade later, Valparaiso captured the nation’s attention when Bryce Drew hit “the shot” to defeat No. 4 seed Mississippi in an NCAA rstround game and spark its Sweet 16 run. More recently, Oral Roberts’ baseball program nished the 2004 campaign with a national-ranking and became the rst Summit League school to reach an NCAA Super Regional in 2006. Three years later, North Dakota State’s 2009 softball team became the rst to advance to the Super Regional round. During the 2008-09 basketball season, South Dakota State’s women’s team was nationally-ranked throughout the year and recorded an NCAA Tournament victory. The Summit League has produced ve NCAA champions, four Olympic athletes and several All-Americans in the sports of track and eld, swimming and diving and cross country. Numerous professional players and several draft choices have come directly from The Summit League, including three Major League Baseball rst round picks, a pair of NBA rst rounders, and one WNBA selection. Former Summit Leaguer Kevin Duckworth (NBA) was a two-time all-star during his professional career. Recent and historical success coupled with an increased growth among its membership base gives The Summit League a promising future on the landscape of college athletics.

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Commissioner .................................................................Tom Douple Associate Commissioner .....................................Myndee Kay Larsen Assistant Commissioner .................................................Angie Torain Director of Communications .......................................... David Brauer Director of Marketing ..............................................Vanessa Quimpo Associate Director of Communications ............................ Greg Mette Assistant Director of Compliance & Administration ....Matthew Boyer Communications Assistant .............................. Stephanie Sabaduquia


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Rob Walton

Head Coach 9th Season 366-165 (.689) Oklahoma State, 1986

It hasn’t taken Rob Walton long to become one of the top college baseball coaches in the country. In just eight years,Walton has gone from renowned pitching guru, to respected and ultra-successful skipper. As he enters his ninth season, Walton’s coaching philosophy remains the same. “You have to coach with a plan and a goal in mind,” says Walton.“We have a plan in place which is geared toward helping us reach our ultimate goals: being a consistent Top-25 program and, most importantly, getting to Omaha.” Since becoming head coach,Walton has produced 13 All-Americans, including first-team selections Dennis Bigley (2004) and Brian Van Kirk (2008). Since 2004, 43 Golden Eagles have been either drafted or signed by Major League clubs. In his 13 seasons overall at ORU, Walton has coached 10 Summit League Pitchers of the Year and 27 first-team all-conference pitching selections. In 2011, Walton continued the winning tradition by capturing the Golden Eagles 14th consecutive Summit League Championship with a record of 3922. The Golden Eagles didn’t stop there. As the No.3 seed in the TCU Regional of the NCAA tournament, The Golden Eagles advanced to the Regional Finals by upsetting No.1 TCU and No.2 Oklahoma. In 2010,Walton overcame injuries to the pitching, unexpected losses from the MLB Draft and a slow start to capture the program’s 13th consecutive Summit League tournament championship while also advancing to ORU’s 22nd NCAA Regional appearance. Following the season, Walton was named to the 2011 USA Baseball National Team coaching staff for the third time. He was named pitching coach for Team USA, a role he filled in 2005, and helped lead them to a Gold Medal in the World Championships.

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The 2009 season was a true test of Walton’s outstanding coaching abilities. After losing nine juniors and three signees to the 2008 MLB Draft, Walton and the Golden Eagles suffered through an injuryplagued 2009 campaign.At various times throughout the season,Walton was forced to play as many as four walk-ons in the lineup. Despite those setbacks and the loss of 14 games to weather, Walton still managed to guide the Golden Eagles to the Summit League regular-season and tournament championships for the 12th straight season. Backed by a pitching staff which featured three starters chosen in the first 11 rounds of the 2009 MLB Draft, the Golden Eagles took a No. 2 seed into the Tempe Regional and advanced to the program’s fifth regional championship round in his six seasons as skipper before bowing out to host and eventual College World Series participant Arizona State. Mark Serrano earned Summit League Pitcher and Player of the Year honors in 2009, also garnering three different All-America awards. Jerry Sullivan, a third-round selection of the San Diego Padres, also earned All-America honors. Nine Golden Eagles earned All-Summit League accolades. Walton’s success on the college diamond followed him into international competition in 2008 when he was named the head coach of USA Baseball’s National Team.Walton led Team USA to the gold medal at the FISU World Championships after defeating Japan 1-0, marking the first time the National Team has gone undefeated (24-0). The pitching staff set a National Team record with an ERA of 0.88, and posted six shutouts while not allowing more than two earned runs in any of the 24 contests. The bullpen was a key part of that success, only allowing eight earned runs in 84.0 innings for an ERA of 0.87. In 2008 Walton led the Golden Eagles to their 11th-straight conference title and NCAA regional appearance. ORU moved into third place all-time in NCAA history for consecutive conference crowns, while also posting its 11th straight 40-win season (48-14). ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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Twelve Golden Eagles earned All-Summit League honors, and ORU captured player, pitcher and newcomer of the year awards for the fourth consecutive season. Brian Van Kirk became the first Golden Eagle to earn First-Team All-America honors since Dennis Bigley in 2004 after posting a batting average of .414 with 18 home runs and 74 RBI. Carlos Luna was tabbed a Second Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball and a third-teamer by the NCBWA after posting a 13-1 record with a 3.35 ERA and 99 strikeouts in 99.1 innings. Despite playing one of their toughest schedules in 2007, ORU finished its season as one of the hottest teams in baseball, winning 25 of the final 28 games. In 2006,Walton led the Golden Eagles to their first NCAA Super Regional berth after sweeping through the Fayetteville Regional.Although the Golden Eagles suffered a pair of heart-breaking losses at Clemson, ORU enjoyed arguably its best season since the 1978 squad advanced to the College World Series. Under Walton’s guidance, ORU finished the 2006 season ranked in the top 25 of all three major polls. The Golden Eagles posted a 41-16 record and were ranked 14th (Collegiate Baseball), 17th (Baseball America), and 19th (USA Today/ABCA) at the end of the year. After struggling offensively in 2005, it was a different story for ORU in 2006.The Golden Eagles owned one of the nation’s top offenses, ranking among the top 35 in batting average (9th-.327), runs per game (16th-7.9), doubles per game (9th-2.33), slugging percentage (14th-.495), and home runs per game (33rd-1.04). The pitching staff remained strong, as the hurlers combined for a 3.63 ERA, good enough to rank 27th in the nation. Known for his ability to transform otherwise pedestrian pitchers into standouts,Walton groomed Chris Ashman into one of the top pitchers nationally. Slated for middle relief at season’s start, Ashman became the sixth pitcher under Walton’s guidance to earn Mid-Con Pitcher of the Year and

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The Walton File PERSONAL Born: April 16, 1963 High School: Rutherford (NJ) High, ‘82 College: Oklahoma State Wife: Michelle Children: Davis, 20; Donovan, 17; Cassie, 13

COACHING EXPERIENCE • Head Coach, ORU (2004-present) • Assistant Coach, ORU (1999-03) • Area Supervisor, Cleveland Indians (1996-98)

PLAYING CAREER • Oklahoma State (1983-86) • 20-6 career record • All-Big 8 Tournament (1986) • NCAA College World Series (1983-86) • 6th round draft pick, Texas (1982) • 25th round draft pick, Baltimore (1986) • Baltimore Orioles organization (1986-89)

COACHING HIGHLIGHTS • 2006 NCAA Super Regional appearance • 2004 ABCA Midwest Region Coach of the Year • 14 NCAA Regional appearances (9 as head coach) • 14 Summit League titles (9 as head coach) • Four-time Summit League Coach of the Year • 10 Summit League Pitcher of the Year awards • 43 players drafted under Walton’s direction • 15 All-Americans named during ORU tenure • Team USA head coach in 2008 (FISU Gold Medal) • Team USA assistant coach in 2011 • Team USA assistant coach in 2005

ALL-AMERICANS Trevor Leu, LHP/INF (2001) Rene Recio, RHP (2001) Michael Rogers, RHP (2001) Taylor McIntyre, LHP (2003) Dennis Bigley, RHP/DH (2004, 2005) Matt VanDerBosch, OF (2004) Chris Ashman, RHP (2006) Chance Chapman, RHP (2007) Brian Van Kirk, OF (2008) Carlos Luna, RHP (2008) Mark Serrano, RHP (2009) Jerry Sullivan, RHP (2009) Alex Gonzalez, RHP (2011) T.J. Bennett, INF (2011) Cam Schiller, INF (2011)

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was one of three players in conference history to win Pitcher of the Year and Player of the Year. The righthander also earned third-team All-America honors by Collegiate Baseball and was named to the ABCA All-Midwest Region Team. But 2006 wasn’t exactly a piece of cake for Walton. Injuries, poor pitching and slow starts gave ORU a 10-11 record on March 26. It was then Walton began tinkering with the line-up, and making major changes to the pitching staff. The result was a 31-5 mark over the season’s final 36 games -- including five wins over Top-25 teams, a ninth straight Mid-Con Tournament title, a Regional championship and a perfect 8-0 record against regional powers Arkansas, Oklahoma State and Wichita State. Walton followed up a stellar rookie campaign with another fine season in 2005, leading the Golden Eagles to 42 victories, their eighth consecutive Mid-Continent Conference championship, a Top-25 national ranking and an NCAA Regional appearance. Once again ORU’s pitching staff was among the nation’s elite, ranking sixth nationally in ERA. Though the 2005 club was long on pitching and short on offense, the Golden Eagles still managed to impress the college baseball world. ORU split a four-game series at No. 8 Miami, enjoyed wins at No. 8 Baylor and versus No. 22 Wichita State. ORU’s prowess against the nation’s elite helped earn the Golden Eagles a No. 3 seed at the Clemson Regional. At Clemson, the Golden Eagles advanced to the finals for the second straight season, only to fall to the host-Tigers. ORU was 2-2 at Clemson. Walton was named ORU’s eighth head coach on June 11, 2003, and it didn’t take long for him to make

his mark. All Walton did in his rookie season as the Golden Eagles’ skipper was lead ORU to its first 50-win season in 20 years, produce the nation’s best team winning percentage (50-11, .820), help the Golden Eagles to an end-ofseason Top-20 ranking for the first time in 20 years, guide ORU to a No. 2 seed in regional play, it’s first such seed since 1986, direct the Golden Eagles to their record-breaking seventh straight Mid-Continent Conference crown, and earn Mid-Con Coach of the Year honors. The 2004 campaign was certainly one for the record books. With Walton’s calm-but-confident approach and attention to detail leading the way, ORU scored several big wins throughout the season, none more impressive than those collected over a one-week span in April in which ORU won at No. 10 Wichita State, took two of three at No. 15 Arizona State and then used a ninth-inning rally to defeat No. 18 Arkansas in Fayetteville. Strong pitching, a sound defense and a powerful offense were the hallmarks of the 2004 Golden Eagles.With Walton in front, ORU ranked third nationally in team ERA (3.00), eighth in fielding percentage (.974) and 18th in batting average (.323). While those are impressive accomplishments for a first-year head coach, they shouldn’t be considered too surprising for someone like Walton. In his six previous years as ORU’s pitching coach, Walton developed a reputation as one of the nation’s top pitching instructors and as an outstanding recruiter. But more than those attributes, it was Walton’s coaching style which made him a first-year phenom.

Walton Year-by-Year Coaching Record Year 1999*# 2000*# 2001*# 2002*# 2003*# 2004*# 2005*# 2006*#$ 2007*# 2008*# 2009*# 2010*# 2011*# 2012*#

Position Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Asst. Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach Head Coach

Record Pct. 46-15 .754 49-15 .765 48-13 .787 48-19 .716 41-20 .672 50-11 .820 42-20 .677 41-16 .719 40-17 .702 48-14 .774 33-15 .688 36-27 .571 39-22 .639 37-23 .617

Conf. Place Postseason 14-4 1st 0-2 26-1 1st 1-2 24-1 1st 0-2 16-2 1st 2-2 19-1 1st 0-2 21-1 1st 2-2 22-2 1st 2-2 17-2 1st 3-2 17-1 1st 0-2 24-4 1st 2-2 16-2 1st 2-2 19-9 t-1st 1-2 21-7 1st 3-2 17-6 1st 4-1

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Overall (14 seasons) Head Coach (9 seasons) Assistant Coach (5 seasons)

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When ORU found itself looking for a head coach soon after the conclusion of the 2003 season, the athletic administration didn’t have to look far or for too long.Walton was not only the number one choice to replace the departed Sunny Golloway, he was the only choice. Widely credited with building ORU teams which were a combined 232-82 (.739) over the previous five seasons, Walton was named ORU’s eighth head coach at a press conference on June 11th, 2003. The former Oklahoma State pitching star joined ORU prior to the 1999 season and was instrumental in building a program which won the Mid-Continent Conference championship and advanced to NCAA Regional play each year. Under Walton’s guidance, the ORU pitching staff has become one of the nation’s finest, ranking among the NCAA Top-25 in team earned run average in five of the last six seasons. While at ORU, Walton has been instrumental in the development of several outstanding pitchers, including former Golden Eagles Michael Rogers and Dennis Bigley. In 2001, Rogers earned Second-Team All-America honors after compiling a 14-1 record and 2.37 ERA. Rogers missed the entire 2000 season while recovering from elbow surgery. He set a school record in 2001 with 137 strikeouts, leading a staff which posted a record 569 strikeouts. A two-time Mid-Con Pitcher and Player of the Year, Bigley took home five All-America awards in 2004 after going 13-1 with a 2.91 ERA. In 2005, Bigley broke both ORU and the Mid-Con’s career victories mark and ended his career with another All-America honor and 41 career victories. Walton had an extensive and illustrious career in collegiate baseball, competing for Oklahoma State from 1983-86. At OSU he compiled an overall record of 20-6 and helped lead the Cowboys to four straight College World Series appearances. In 1986, Walton’s senior season at OSU, he earned player of the game in the CWS for a shutout performance.The shutout was the first in the College World Series since 1976. Walton was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in 1986, and was a member of that organization for four years.While with the Orioles Walton compiled a record of 23-8 in A and AA ball. In fact, in 1988 Walton was second in wins for the entire Orioles organization. He was twice named Carolina League Player of the Week while tying a league record for consecutive shutout innings pitched (26). Walton was forced to leave the minor leagues in 1989 due to a shoulder injury, but is still a member of the Professional Baseball Players Association.

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Walton vs. Opponents 2012 Opponents in Bold Alabama..................................................1-0 Alcorn State.........................................................3-0 Arizona.................................................................1-3 Arizona State........................................................2-3 Arkansas..................................................6-8 Arkansas-Little Rock.................................3-1 Baylor....................................................5-11 Bethune-Cookman...............................................7-2 BYU......................................................................4-2 California..............................................................2-2 Cal Poly................................................................1-0 Cal State Fullerton....................................1-5 Centenary..........................................................34-4 Central Arkansas.......................................5-0 Chicago State.....................................................10-0 Clemson...............................................................0-3 College of Charleston...........................................1-1 Creighton.............................................................3-0 Dallas Baptist.......................................................4-5 East Carolina............................................0-0 Eastern Kentucky..................................................1-0 Eastern Michigan......................................2-1 Florida International............................................0-3 Florida State.........................................................0-3 IPFW......................................................17-3 Kansas..................................................................3-0 Kansas State.........................................................1-0 Kent State............................................................1-0 Long Beach State.................................................1-2 Louisiana Tech..........................................2-1 Louisville.................................................0-1 Miami..................................................................2-2 Mississippi Valley State.............................3-0 Missouri Southern..............................................11-0 Missouri State........................................7-14

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North Carolina......................................................0-1 North Carolina A&T..............................................1-0 North Dakota.......................................................3-0 North Dakota State.................................15-6 Notre Dame..........................................................1-1 Oakland.................................................32-5 Oklahoma................................................3-5 Oklahoma State...................................................4-1 Penn State............................................................3-0 Pepperdine...........................................................1-0 Rice......................................................................1-0 Sacred Heart........................................................3-0 San Diego State....................................................2-1 San Francisco.......................................................0-3 SIU-Edwardsville................................................. 2-1 South Alabama....................................................3-2 South Dakota State.................................18-6 Southern Illinois...................................................0-1 Southern Utah........................................30-7 TCU.......................................................................3-5 Texas....................................................................1-8 Texas Tech............................................................1-1 Texas-Arlington....................................................5-1 Texas-Pan American.............................................5-1 Texas-San Antonio...............................................3-2 Tulane..................................................................1-2 UCLA....................................................................0-3 UC-Davis..............................................................3-0 UC-Irvine..............................................................1-5 UC-Santa Barbara.................................................0-3 Valparaiso..........................................................15-1 Washington State.................................................2-0 Western Illinois......................................34-3 Western Michigan................................................6-0 Wichita State..........................................15-7

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Ryan Folmar

Assistant Coach Ninth Season Oklahoma State, 1994

Quickly becoming one of the nation’s top hitting instructors, Ryan Folmar begins his ninth season as an assistant coach at ORU. Under Folmar’s direction, ORU’s offense has consistently ranked among the nation’s best. In 2008 ORU placed in the top 20 nationally in six hitting categories, including runs (11th-524), doubles (12th-144), batting average (13th.330), hits (15th-713) and runs per game (16th-8.5). Folmar also spent the last two seasons tutoring and developing Seth Furmanek, who belted a Summit League

record 25 home runs in 2010. In his two seasons at ORU Furmanek belted 42 home runs in 107 games. In 2006, the Golden Eagles again were one of the top offensive squads in college baseball.ORU ranked among the nation’s top-35 teams in several categories, including: batting average (9th-.327), runs per game (16th-7.9), doubles per game (9th-2.33), slugging percentage (14th-.495), and home runs per game (33rd-1.04). Folmar, the former Oklahoma State standout, made an immediate impact during his first ORU season in 2004, directing a Golden Eagles offense which ranked among the nation’s best. With Folmar taking a hands-on approach to hitting instruction, the Golden Eagles batted .323 as a team in 2004, ranking 18th nationally. ORU’s 2004 batting average was a 23-point improvement over 2003 and the Golden Eagles’ highest team batting average since the 2000 squad hit .324 collectively. In addition to teaching and instructing ORU’s hitters

Folmar also coaches ORU’s catchers and serves as third base coach. Folmar joined the Golden Eagles after spending five seasons (1999-2003) as Director of Baseball Operations at Oklahoma State.At OSU Folmar handled various administrative duties,including the Cowboy baseball camps and served for three years as the color voice on OSU radio broadcasts. “Ryan brings a lot of different qualities to our program”, said head coach Rob Walton.“He is an outstanding worker and has a very bright coaching future in front of him.We are fortunate to have him as a part of our staff.” A four-year letterwinner at OSU from 1994-97, Folmar earned honorable mention All-Big 8 honors as a sophomore in 1995, and helped lead the Cowboys to the1996 College World Series.Following his OSU playing days the Chambersburg, Pa., native spent two seasons in the Colorado Rockies organization. Folmar and his wife Kay Lynn have three children -- Kade (9), Reese (7) and Luke (2).

Ryan Neill

Assistant Coach Ninth Season Oral Roberts, 2001

Former Golden Eagle All-American Ryan Neill begins his ninth season on the ORU coaching staff, and his fifth in a full-time role. Neill has been a part of 11 Summit League titles at ORU as a player and a coach. Since becoming the second assistant in the summer of 2006, Neill is more actively involved in off-campus recruiting. He also serves as ORU’s bench coach in addition

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to coaching infielders. Neill also serves on the staff of the Rob Walton Baseball Camps. “Ryan’s promotion is well-deserved,” said head coach Rob Walton.“He’s committed to the job and knows what it takes to help us reach our goals. He’s going to do a fantastic job. He’s obviously familiar with our program and the university, and the fact that he excelled at a high level as a collegiate player gives him great credibility when instructing our athletes.” Over the pastfour seasons overseeing ORU’s infielders, seven different players have earned First-Team All-Summit League honors, and five have been taken in the Major League Baseball Draft. In 2010 shortstop Tyler Saladino was named Summit League Newcomer & Player of the Year after batting .376 with 18 home runs and 76 RBI. Saladino was picked in the seventh round of the MLB Draft by the Chicago White Sox. ORU’s career home run (48) and RBI (199) leader, ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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Neill lettered four seasons at ORU (1997-2000) as a first baseman/outfielder, twice earning First-Team All Mid-Continent Conference honors (1999, 2000) and also capturing Mid-Con Tournament MVP honors in 1999. Neill, an Okmulgee native, was a key member of three NCAA Tournament and Mid-Con championship squads (1998-2000). His best season came during the 1999 campaign when he batted .423 with 18 home runs and 71 RBI, earning Third-Team All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball. The Golden Eagles were a combined 166-80 (.675) during Neill’s four seasons. Drafted in the 24th round by the Detroit Tigers in 2000 Neill spent three seasons in Detroit’s minor league system before retiring after the 2002 season. Neill married the former Audrey Ramirez on December 18, 2004 in San Antonio. The couple resides in Tulsa and have a daughter, Dahlia (6).

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Wes Davis

Director of Operations Fourth Season Oklahoma Baptist, 2004

Wes Davis begins his fourth season on the coaching staff at ORU but his first as Director of Operations. Davis previously spent two years as volunteer assistant. Davis came to ORU prior to the 2009 season after spending the previous four years as assistant coach at the University of Texas at Tyler. In his current role Davis supervises all student managers and oversees day-to-day operations of

the baseball office. He also handles baseball finances, works on the annual Alumni game every fall, and serves as director of the Rob Walton Baseball Camps. At UT-Tyler Davis’ duties included strength and conditioning, defense, baserunning and assisting with hitting. Under Davis’ tutelage, the Patriots led the conference in best fielding percentage the last three seasons and also topped the league in hitting all four years. In Davis’ four seasons with the program, the Patriots compiled a 131-28 record (.824) and won three conference championships. Davis has also been involved with various summer baseball teams. He has spen the last two summers as head coach of the Florence Red Wolves of the Coastal Plain League, where he led the team to a first-half division crown and a playoff appearance in 2008. The previous summer, Davis served as the hitting coach of the Wilson Tobs of the CPL, who also

advanced to the playoffs. Davis also acted as hitting coach in 2005 for the Kenai Peninsula Oilers of the Alaskan Baseball League, where 12 players off the squad ended up playing professionally. “Wes is a local guy and has been around our program for a long time,” said ORU head coach Rob Walton. “He’s also worked previously under former ORU assistant James Vilade.Wes has a great baseball background and is a good asset to the program.” Davis spent two years playing collegiately at Seward County CC in Liberal, Kan., and then wrapped up his playing career at Oklahoma Baptist, where he helped lead the squad to a NAIA regional appearance in 2004. Davis played prep baseball at Owasso High, where he helped the team to two 6A state championships and two runner-up finishes. Davis and his wife, Kara, live in Collinsville.

Brian Aguailar

Volunteer Assistant Coach Second Season Oral Roberts, 2007

Former Golden Eagle catcher Brian Aguailar begins his second season as volunteer assistant at ORU. At ORU, Aguailar will coach first base while assisting with various other coaching and administrative duties. Aguailar lettered for two seasons at ORU (2005-06), helping the Golden Eagles to a pair of

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Mid-Continent Conference championships and NCAA Regional appearances. Aguailar was also a key contributor on ORU’s 2006 Fayetteville Regional championship team, helping the Godlen Eagles to their first-ever Super Regional. In 109 career games (103 starts) at ORU, Aguailar batted .291 with four home runs and 63 RBI. As a senior he was named 2nd-team All-MidContinent Conference. Following his ORU playing career, Aguailar signed as a free agent with Colorado, spending parts of three seasons in the Rockies organization. Aguailar orginally came to ORU after spending two seasons playing at Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo, Calif. ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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John Joslin, ATC/LAT Director of Sports Medicine Fourth Season Tulsa, 1998

John Joslin begins his fourth year as Director of Sports Medicine at ORU, but his second as a fulltime university employee after previously sharing duties with ORU and medical partner Eastern Oklahoma Orthopaedic Center. Joslin, who is also employed by ORU’s medical partner Eastern Oklahoma Orthopaedic Center, comes to ORU after spending the previous three years as Head Athletic Trainer for the Tulsa 66ers of

the NBA Developmental League. A 1988 graduate of the University of Tulsa, Joslin has worked at EOOC for 20 years, where has been responsible for patient education, outreach programs for local high schools and contract event coverage. He also has extensive experience in assisting athletic training students during clinical rotations. Joslin gained valuable experience as Head Athletic Trainer for the Tulsa Ambush of the National Professional Soccer League from 1991-1992. He also served an internship with the NFL’s New England Patriots in 1986. A member of the National Athletic Trainers Association and the former chairman of the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association (1997-2005), Joslin is certified by the Oklahoma State Board of Medical Licensure and Supervision, as well as the NATA.

Joslin and his wife, Vickie, are the parents of daughter, Mikayla(17). Joslin has a stepson, Brandon, and a granddaughter, Cheyenne (4).

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Rhonda Fowler

Scott Higgins

Vince Volpe

Ralph Manning

Blake Freeland

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Assoc. AD/External Operations

Assoc. AD/Compliance

Asst. AD/Media Relations

Kyle Jones

Richard McCutchen

Mike Minyard

Adam Hermann

Terry Unruh

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Junior Catcher Bennett Pickar

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#9 • Cam Schiller 6-0 • 195 • Senior • S/R Infield Prescott, Ariz. Yavapai College Before ORU Led Yavapai College to back-to-back regional championships in 2009 and 2010 … named to first-team all-region as a sophomore and second team as a freshman … led the Roughriders with eight home runs and batted .383 with Career Awards 53 RBI and 20 stolen bases in 2010 … switch2012 Lowes Senior CLASS Award Nominee hitter batted .363 with 16 doubles and 34 RBI 2012 First Team All-Summit League 2011 Third-Team All-American (Collegiate Base- in 58 games as a freshman. ball) 2011 Summit League All-Tournament team 2011 Second Team All-Summit League Three-time Summit League Player of the Week 2012 (Senior) First team all-conference selection ... batting .313 going into the NCAA Tournament, the third-highest average on the team ... leads the team with 76 hits, 43 runs and is third on the team with 14 doubles ... has 8 home runs and a .973 fielding percentage at second base.    

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bles in 61 games at shortstop for the Golden Eagles... Recorded 111 put outs at shortstop, 189 percentage...  assists, and a .958 fielding          Turned 46 double plays... Won Summit League     Player of the Week twice in 2011... Was selected      for the Summit League All-Tournament Team...      Second team All-Summit League...

High School 2008 graduate of Prescott High School in Prescott, Ariz. … batted .625 with seven home runs, and a school record 65 hits as a senior… two-time first-team all-region honoree… first and second-team all-state selection…four time all-area team pick.

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 ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

2012 ORU Baseball 

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#33 • Drew Bowen 6-3 • 210 • RS-Junior• R/R Pitcher Tulsa, Okla. Memorial HS batters in five innings in season-opener at Florida International (Feb. 26) … turned in strong outing against Western Michigan (March 13), allowing two runs on eight hits and striking out seven in six innings to get the win … threw 5.2 hitless innings against North Dakota (March 26), allowing one earned run while walking four and striking out five in his final appearance of the season.

20 Arkansas on May 12 before surrendering a three-run two-out double in the bottom of the ninth inning... held the Razorbacks to no runs through the first 8 2/3 innings with a career-high 13 strikeouts... earned the start against No. 5 Arizona State in the championship round of the Tempe Regional, holding the Sundevils to one run through the first five innings.

2009 (Freshman) Made 13 appearances with five starts... posted a 2-2 record with a 5.35 ERA... struck out 41 batters with 27 walks in 37.0 innings pitched... held batters to a .210 average, which ranked second on the team... earned first collegiate win in first start against IPFW on April 4 in a 4-0 victory... limited Mastodons to three hits and no runs while fanning 12 batters and issuing only one walk in 2012 (Senior) 6.0 innings... earned second win in a 13-inning thriller Holds the lowest ERA on the team among regular start- at Wichita State on May 5... pitched the final 2.0 innings, ers at 1.87 going into the NCAA Tournament ... tied for allowing no runs... posted a brilliant performance at No. the team lead in wins with a 6-2 overall record ... made one appearance in relief, doing so in the Summit League Tournament to help ORU clinch its 15th consecutive tournament title ... has 66 strike outs and 18 walks in 81.2 innings of work ... made 12 starts and 13 total appearances this season ... named Summit League Pitcher of the Week three times (March 5, March 19, May 14).

High School 2008 graduate of Tulsa’s Memorial High... helped lead the Chargers to four conference championships... named the 2008 conference pitcher of the year in addition to being an all-conference performer all four seasons... a member of the Rawlings All-Region West Team... ranked in the top 300 prospects nationally by Perfect Game... posted career 15-6 record with a 1.85 ERA... also recruited by Kansas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and TCU.

Career Awards 2012 Summit League Pitcher of the Year 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team (MVP) 2012 First Team All-Summit League 2011 Second Team All-Summit League 2011 Summit League All-Tournament team Six-Time Summit League Pitcher of the Week

2011 (Junior) Was 6-2 with a team best 1.73 ERA... Recorded 53 strikeouts in 67.2 innings and three complete games... Posted a team best opponent batting average of .201 in 2011... Named Second Team All Summit League and Summit League All Tournament Team... Named Summit League Player of the Week on May 2. .. Tossed eight shutout innings against Oklahoma in a 7-0 victory over No.22 Oklahoma in the 2011 Fort Worth Regional. 

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 (RS-Sophomore)     2010     Made just six appearances before an elbow injury ended      his season in late March … was 2-2 with a 9.38 ERA,     striking innings … struck out six  out 21 batters in 24.0  

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Personal Son of Mike and Tammy Bowen... majoring in business management at ORU.

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Career Statististics

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#25 • Brandon King 5-11 • 190 • Senior • L/L Outfield Hanford, Calif. Fresno City College Central Valley Conference MVP honors … batted .370 with eight home runs and 31 RBI in 40 games … also recorded 13 doubles, two triples and 13 steals (in 15 attempts) while posting an astonishing .552 on-base percentage … walked 48 times with just 22 strikeouts … Career Awards named All-Northern California and first-team 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team All-Central Valley Conference as a freshman 2011 First Team All-Summit League after batting .386 with 11 doubles, four triples Summit League Player of the Week and 27 RBI in 41 games … also scored 45 runs and stole nine bases in 10 attempts … did not 2012 (Senior) Hitting .266 but leads the team in walks and is commit an error in 57 chances in the outfield tied for first on the team with 43 runs scored ... … owned a .470 on-base percentage … has 57 hits, 14 doubles and is one of only four helped lead Fresno City to a 33-14 record … players on the team to have recorded a triple played last summer (2010) with the Wiscon... in addition to 36 walks, has been hit seven times, giving him an on-base percentage of .386.

sin Woodchucks of the wood bat Northwoods League, earning mid-season All-Star honors … batted .392 with three homers and 24 RBI in 39 games … added 13 doubles, eight steals and 29 walks. High School 2008 graduate of Hanford High School … twotime league MVP … set school records for career hits and single-season home runs. Personal Son of Danny and Lora King … chose ORU over New Mexico State, Cal State-Fullerton and Long Beach State.

2011 (Junior) Batted .319 with 10 home runs and 56 RBI... Was named First Team All-Summit League... Hit a grand slam in the regional final against Dallas Baptist on June 6... Was named Summit League Player of the Week on May 9 Before ORU Spent two seasons at Fresno City College … drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the 16th round of the 2011 MLB amateur draft … enjoyed a stellar sophomore season at Fresno City, earning Northern California All-America and

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 ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

2012 ORU Baseball 

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#27 • Matt Rush 6-1 • 220 • Senior • R/R Pitcher LaMirada, Calif. Cypress College

Career Awards 2011 Second Team All-Summit League 2012 (Senior) Has 19 appearances and a team-high 4 saves as he continues to move up the career record books in that category ... has 18 strike outs in 17.1 innings of work and a 4.67 ERA ... pitched his longest outing of the season (2.1 innings) in the Summit League Tournament, holding Oakland to just one hit in an elimination game.

Orange Empire Conference in 2010 after going 3-1 with a 3.86 ERA in 19 appearances (3 starts) … tossed 37.1 innings and allowed 38 hits and 15 walks while striking out 47 batters … appeared in 20 games as a freshman, going 1-3 with five saves and a 3.82 ERA … allowed 35 hits and struck out 39 batters in 35.1 innings … played briefly last summer (2010) for the YarmouthDennis Red Sox of the Cape Cod League, allowing just one run and seven hits in 9.0 innings over two appearances. High School

2011 (Junior) Had 41 strikeouts in 41.2 innings and nine saves in 26 relief appearances... Second Team All-Summit Team... Became the full time closer midway through the 2011 season... Collected nine saves and boasted a 8.9 strikeouts per-nine rate... Tied for ninth all-time in ORU career saves and seventh      all-time in single season saves...        

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Personal Son of David and Kelley Rush … Education major.

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#13• Alex Gonzalez 6-2 • 190 • Sophomore • R/R Pitcher Delray Beach, Fla. Boca Raton Community HS 2011 NCBWA Freshman All-American... 2011 Summit League Pitcher of the Year... 2011 Summit League Newcomer of the Year... 2011 AllSummit League First Team... Five time Summit League Pitcher of the Week, already third most in league history... Career Awards 2012 Second Team All-Summit League 2011 Freshman All-American (NCBWA) 2011 Summit League Pitcher of the Year 2011 Summit League Newcomer of the Year 2011 First Team All-Summit League Eight-Time Summit League Pitcher of the Week 2012 (Sophomore) Earned second team all-conference honors ... has a 2.04 ERA in 16 appearances, including 13 starts on the mound ... tied for the team lead in wins this season with a6-2 record ...has 63  strikeouts in 79.1 innings of work, second on     the team in both categories ... namedSummit      League  Pitcher of the Week three  times (March  26, April 23, May 21). 2011  (Freshman)      eight wins, five complete  games, a  3.41  Posted   ERA, and 100 strikeouts in105.2innings... had five out  complete games on the season...struck         13 batters in a complete game effort at home      against Bethune-Cookman on Friday, March 11.... tossed a complete game shutout on the road against Centenary  on April 9...Named        

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#16 • Nate Goro 6-0 • 180 • Junior • R/R Infield St. Louis, Mo. Jefferson County College

2012 (Junior) Every day shortstop for ORU playing in all 60 games with 59 starts after transferring in ... hitting .210 with 47 hits and 29 runs score ... has nine doubles and one home run.

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Before ORU Played the 2011 season at Jefferson College in St. Louis, Mo. ... played the 2010 season at Wich     ita State University in Wichita, Kan. ... helped  Shockers to a 41-19 record  and Missouri   lead      Valley Conference championship. 

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High School 2009 graduate of Lafayette HS in Wildwood,      MO. ... drafted in the 46th round by the Detroit       earned first team  All-Metro,   Tigers... All-State, All-Conference, and team MVP honors... broke      the Missouri single season home run record        of thePhila previously held by Ryan Howard delphia Phillies...      Personal      Son major... of Gary and Donna Goro...  Business       ....chose ORU over Missouri State, Missouri,Bay- lor, and TCU.     

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 ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY 

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   EAGLES    GOLDEN

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2012 ORU Baseball 

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#36 • Dan Martony 5-11 • 180 • RS-Senior • R/R Pitcher Goleta, Calif. Santa Barbara CC

2012 (Senior) Posted his second-consecutive 4-0 record, doing so in 16 relief appearances ... had a 3.08 ERA and struck out 17 batters in 26.1 innings.      2011 (Junior)      Was 20 relief 4-0 with a 2.76 ERA in appearanc     es in 2011... Posted 26 strikeouts and onlyeight walks in 49 innings pitched... Pitched a scoreless 11th in the 2011 Summit League Champi game after entering  the  onship the game with bases loaded with no outs, earning the win...      2010 (Sophomore)      Made on the  10 appearances (one  start)   going 1-2 with a   … tossed   mound, 9.49 ERA 24.2 innings … picked up season’s onlyvictory     by tossing 4.0 shutout innings againstNorth    (March 28) … gave up two  runsin 5.1  Dakota     innings of relief work against Missouri State (April 2), striking out a season-high four batters … pitched 2.1 shutout innings at South      Dakota State (May 8) … hurled a shutout inning of relief at Wichita State (May 18). 

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High School 2007 graduate  of Dos Pueblos HS in Goleta, Calif. ... three-year letterwinner in  baseball ...         named Barbara News-Press   Santa      pitcher  of   year  as a senior  after   the going11-2  

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Career Statististics

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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

2012 ORU Baseball 

Personal Son of John and Mary Martony ... Psychology major.

Before ORU Performed the last two seasons at Santa Barbara Community College ... redshirted his first season due to injury ... appeared in seven games in 2009 ... did not render a decision, but struck out seven batters and allowed eight hits in 10.1 innings of work ... 

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GOLDEN EAGLES      

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#4 • Bennett Pickar 6-2 • 195 • Junior • R/R Catcher Eaton, Colo. Eaton HS 3-RBI effort at IPFW (April 30) … knocked in two or more runs five times … homered, scored three times and knocked in three runs as part of 2-for-4 game at Southern Utah (April 15) … went 7-for-12 with two home runs and five RBI in three straight games from April 11-15 … knocked in a pair of runs in Summit League championship game victory over South Dakota State … had a hit in each of his NCAA Regional starts (vs. Oklahoma, Cal) … also threw out a pair of runners against Oklahoma.

Career Awards 2012 First Team All-Summit League Summit League Player of the Week (May 14) 2012 (Junior) Earned first team all-conference honors after starting every game behind the plate ... hitting .303 with 57 hits and 23 runs scored ... has eight doubles and a pair of home runs to his credit, as well as 32 RBI. 2011 (Sophomore) Batted .193 with two home runs and 14 RBI... recorded a .995 fielding percentage with 327 put outs, 43 assists, and threw out 19 of 28 base stealers...

and All-Colorado by the Denver Post ... batted .603 as a senior with 11 doubles, four home runs and 33 RBI ... posted a .795 on-base percentage ... threetime all-conference selection ... helped lead Greeley GoJo Sports to the 2009 American Legion state championship by hitting .416 with 10 home runs and 60 RBI in 54 games ... also lettered in basketball, and graduated third in his class.

Personal Son of Jay and Joy Pickar ... Engineering major ... High School comes from an athletic family .. sister, Haley, was a 2009 graduate of Eaton HS in Eaton, Colo. ... selected gymnast at Utah State and brother, Brandon, played in the 15th round of the 2009 MLB Draft by the baseball and Denver ... chose ORU over Cal StateAtlanta Braves ... helped lead EHS to back-to-back Northridge, Nebraska and Northern Colorado. 3A state championships, including a 25-0 mark his senior year ... named first-team All-State as a senior

2010 (Freshman) Enjoyed a solid freshman season as ORU’s primary catcher … played in 52 games with 47 starts, all at catcher … his 47 starts were the most by a freshman position player since Eric Thornton in 2002 (55) … showed consistent defensive improvement as the season progressed … threw out just over 30 percent of would-be base stealers for the year, including 43 percent (9-21) from April 9 thru season’s end … committed 17 passed balls but was charged with just two in his final 16 contests … batted .286 with three home runs and 17 RBI … posted .3283-10 numbers in Summit League games … produced eight multi-hit games, including a 5-for-6,

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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY 

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2012 ORU Baseball


#15 • Jared Schlehuber 6-3 • 205 • RS-Senior • R/R First Base/Pitcher Aurora, Colo. San Joaquin Delta College High School 2007 graduate of Grandview HS in Aurora, Colo. ... batted .427 with 14 doubles, four triples and 59 RBI during his career at Grandview ... set school record with 10 career wins ... compiled a 3.22 ERA with 56 strikeouts and three saves ... earned firstteam all-conference and all-city honors in 2006 and 2007... named all-state honorable mention ... led football team to the final four of the state playoffs as the starting quarterback ... also lettered in basketball.

mound at Wichita State (May 18) allowing one run on one hit in 2.1 innings of an eventual extra-inning loss … struck out a season-high four batters in 1.2 innings at Centenary (May 14) … made four appearances between Feb. 28 and March 20, but didn’t pitch again until May 14.

Before ORU Played the 2009 season at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton Calif. ... earned 2nd-team all-conference honors as a pitcher after going 6-1 with a 2.67 ERA ... hurled 57.1 innings in 11 games, allowing 50 hits and 26 walks while striking out 42 ... batted .321 with nine doubles, one home run and 19 RBI as a first baseman/DH ... redshirted as a freshman in 2008 at Florida  International in Miami.

Career Awards 2012 Summit League Player of the Year 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team 2012 First Team All-Summit League Fan’s Choice Award Nominee 2011 Summit League All-Tournament team

2012 (Senior) Named a finalist for the Fan’s Choice Award, which will be given       out at the TD Ameritrade Home Run Derby in Omaha as part       of the College World Series ... leads the team with a .322 bat      ting average and also leads, or is tied for the lead in home runs       (13), RBI (55), sacrifice flies (6) and fielding percentage (.993)       ... has 15 doubles and has scored 42 runs, earning him Summit League Player of the Year, and all-tournament team honors. 2011  (Junior)     Batted and 18 RBI in 25 games...  .337 with two home runs   Missed back  36 games due to left shoulder  injury...came   to help lead the Golden Eagles to a conference title. .. was named    Summit League All Tournament Team... 

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Personal Son of Tim and Pam Schlehuber ... Communication major ... chose ORU over New Mexico and others.

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2010 (Sophomore)       Split his first ORU time between pitching and hitting  in  season    … saw action in 31 games as a first  baseman  and designated     hitter, and appeared in eight games (one start) on the mound … batted .313-3-14, and was 0-0 with a 6.75 ERA as a pitcher … made 10 starts at first base between April 15 and May 8 …  .353-1-9 during that stretch a game-winning     batted … belted  home run in ORU’s 3-2 victory  at    pinch-hit No. 7 Texas … went  with a double, home run and       5-for-8 five RBI in a doubleheader season’s  on the    at Southern Utah (April 15) … made only start

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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

2012 ORU Baseball 

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#11 • Joe Spring 6-1 • 200 • Senior • R/R Pitcher Owasso, Okla. Eastern (Okla.) State State College in Wilburton, Okla. … helped the Mountaineers to a No. 9 national ranking, a Region 2 championship and a 37-22 overall record … served as the Mountaineers’ closer in 2010, going 4-0 with four saves and a 1.35 ERA in 15 relief appearances … struck out 27 batters and walked just seven in 33.1 innings … earned Career Awards second-team all-region honors as a pitcher … 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team also started 33 games at catcher, batting just 2012 First Team All-Conference .202-1-13 but was named Rawlings Region II Defensive Player of the Year and to the Rawl2012 (Senior) Posted an outstanding senior season, leading ings Gold Glove team as the region’s top defenthe team in ERA (1.79) among regular pitch- sive catcher … high school and junior college ers ... earned first team all-conference honors teammate of fellow signee Tyler Sparks. as well as all-tournament team honors ... made three starts and 26 total appearances with two saves ... logged 70.1 innings and struck out 48 batters, giving up just 13 extra base hits all season ... pitched a total of 9.2 innings on three consecutive days in the Summit League Tournament, allowing just one earned run and 10 total hits.Went six innings in the championship game, earning the victory. 2011 (Junior) Had a 5-1 with a 2.81 ERA in 21 appearances in 2011... Recorded 40 strikeouts in 57.2 innings... Second team All Summit League... Earned the win against no. 1 seed TCU in the Fort Worth Regional...

High School 2008 graduate of Owasso High School in Owasso, Oklahoma… led Owasso to back-to-back State Championships 2007-08… selected to play in the 2008 Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State games … batted .324 as a senior … named to the All-Metro, All-Conference, and All-State team his senior year. Personal Son of Samuel and Misty Spring…would like to be a coach after college … chose ORU over Oklahoma State, Coastal Carolina and Temple.

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Before ORU Played two seasons for Aric  Thomas  at Eastern  

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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY 

GOLDEN EAGLES

2012 ORU Baseball


#43 • Lars Liguori 6-1 • 190 • Senior • L/L Pitcher Scottsdale, Ariz. Saddleback College batted .433 with 90 hits, 26 doubles, seven homeruns and 75 runs in his career … hit 17 for 25 in the state playoffs his senior year … collected 30 strikeouts in 29 innings pitched … first-team all-region 2007, 2008 … All-State honorable mention 2007, 2008.

2012 (Senior) Led the team with 29 appearances on the sea- Personal son, earning one save but an 0-3 record ... had a Son of Robert and Lene Liguori… Recreation 2.33 ERA in 19.1 innings of work ... struck out 14 major. batters and gave up just one extra base hit ... his lone save of the year was an important one as he closed the door on North Dakota State in the Summit League Tournament, forcing a winnertake-all championship game. 2011 (Junior) Was 1-1 with a 3.20 ERA in 30 relief appearances in 2011... Recorded 24 strikeouts and one save in 19.2 innings pitched... Before ORU Spent two seasons at Saddleback College in Mission Viejo, Calif. … finished with a .305 bat average, five homeruns  and three  ting triples   went 6-5   in 2010 … on the mound with 60      strikeouts in 92 innings pitched …  second   team all-conference in 2010.

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 ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

2012 ORU Baseball 

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High  School     2008 Graduate of Desert Mountain High School in Scottsdale, Ariz. … led Desert Mountain to aState Championship runner-up   in 2007  …    

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GOLDEN EAGLES      

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#21 • Alec Smith 5-11 • 170 • Junior • R/R Infield Aurora, Colo.  Grandview HS 

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   

   

   

2010 (Freshman)  Made six appearances as a freshman, including two    State,   starts (Missouri UALR)… struck out  season-           high two batters in each of his starts … struggled           with his command, walking 13 batters in 5.2 in          nings.          

omore with 13 doubles, 3 triples, two homers and a team-leading 41 RBI... made nine starts with two   games   in    complete 2007... fanned 36 batters in 36          innings pitched ...         Personal    

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2012 (Junior) Son of Bon and Jodi Smith ... Business major. Logged 21.0 innings in 12 appearances ... made two  High School starts and held a 2.14 ERA, the second best among graduate in Aurora, Colo. ...     just 2009    ofGrandview   HS             non-starters ... struck out 22 batters and walked named first-team all-league as senior after               bat-          eight.      ting  .414  with  nine  doubles,  three triples,  six home                                  runs and 26 RBI ... posted a 3.86 ERA on the mound, 2011 (Sophomore) striking in 16.1 innings ... batted  2-1 with 29 strikeouts in 31.2innings pitched    out20 batters               Was .324 with 10 doubles RBI asa junior         and 20   ...also           in 19 relief appearances... Held opponents to a .233        18 innings    mound,  posting  a3.38           logged on the batting  average.                       ERA with 10strikeouts... hit at a .394 clip as a soph 

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ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

GOLDEN EAGLES

2012 ORU Baseball


#26 • Mike Torrence 5-11 • 170 • RS-Senior • R/L Pitcher Suisun City, Calif. Sacramento City College inning of relief at Florida International (Feb. 26) … roughed up in season’s only start, allowing five runs on four hits in one inning at Baylor (March 6). Before ORU Played the last two seasons at Sacramento City College in Sacramento, Calif. ... appeared in 15 games with nine starts as a sophomore, producing a 3-2 mark with a 4.28 ERA ... struck out 51 batters in 61.0 innings ... was 5-2 as a freshman with a 4.76 ERA and 49 strikeouts in 73.2 innings.

Career Awards 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team 2012 (RS-Senior) Had one of the best outings of his career in the Summit League Tournament, going 7.2 innings with just four hits and one run, giving ORU the opportunity to force a winner-take-all championship game, earning him all-tournament honors ... finished the year with a 3.96 ERA and a 5-5 record ... started 12 games and made 18 total appearances, logging 75.0 innings with 63 strikeouts.

High School 2007 graduate of Armijo HS in Fairfield, Calif. ... posted a 0.85 ERA as a senior on his way to pitcher of the year honors ... tossed three consecutive complete game shutouts as a senior. Personal Son of Mike Torrence, Sr. ... Recreation major ... chose ORU over San Diego State, Western Kentucky, San Jose State and UCF.

2011 (RS-Junior) Had four strikeouts in six innings pitched in four appearances... Made his only start against South Dakota State on May 15. 2010 (Junior) Left-handed reliever made just six appearances (one start) before suffering a season-ending ribcage injury in late March … turned in effective efforts in five of his six outings … finished his abbreviated season with an 0-1 record and 7.50 ERA, striking out 11 batters and walking just three in six innings … appeared in all three games at No. 11 UCLA, tossing a total of 3.2 shutout innings and striking out eight batters while allowing two hits … tossed a perfect

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#30 • Chris Williams 6-3 • 215 • Junior • R/R Infield Tuttle, Okla. Seminole State College

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     Before ORU      Played one season at Seminole State College…      batted .292 with two home in 28  runs and 13RBI 

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High School      2009 graduate of Tuttle High   School  in Tuttle,  Okla.     in  … helped lead Tuttle to state championships 2006 and 2008 … 2009 All-State selection …       helped Tuttle to the 20063A football champion     ship… 2008 and 2009  conference   MVP in bas  ketball … National Honor Society member 20062009…lettered in basketball and football. 

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Personal Son of Jeff and Kim Williams…Business major.

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#2 • Austen Colt 5-11 • 190 •Junior • R/R Infield/Outfield Tulsa, Okla. Neosho County College High School 2009 graduate of Owasso HS in Owasso, Okla. ... helped lead team to state championship in 2007, 2008, and 2009... earned All-Conference and All-Metro honors... batBefore ORU ted .383 with 14 homeruns, 21 doubles, five Played the 2010 and 2011 seasons at Neo- triples and 58 RBI’s in his career... teammate sho County Community College in Chanute, of current Golden Eagles Joe Spring and KS. ... helped lead team to a 46-14 record in Phillip Wilson. 2011... earned All-Region, All-Conference, and was elected a team captain.

Personal Full name is Austin Colt... born April 4, 1991... son of Jason and Melanie Colt... Marketing major... chose ORU over Oklahoma State, Northwest Louisiana State, Emporia State, and Oakland.

#5 • Jose Trevino 5-11 • 195 • Freshman • R/R Infield Corpus Christi, Texas John Paul II HS

Career Awards 2012 Summit League Newcomer of the Year 2012 First Team All-Summit League 2012 Summit League All-Tournament Team Summit League Player of the Week (May 21)

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2012 (Freshman) Posted one of the best seasons ever by a freshman at ORU, earning Summit League Newcomer of the Year honors ... second on the team in batting average (.318), runs (42) and hits (76) and leads the team in doubles (18), triples (3), slugging percentage (.588) and is tied for the team lead in home runs (13), breaking the freshman record for homers in a season.

High School 2011 graduate of John Paul II HS in Corpus Christi, Texas... two-time district MVP.. tied the Texas state record with 25 homeruns during his senior season... helped lead team to back to back state titles in 2010 and 2011.

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Personal Son of Jose and Patsy Trevino... chose ORU over Oklahoma State, TCU, Oklahoma, and Missouri.


#6• Jake O’Brien 6-0 • 200 • Freshman • L/L First Base/ Outfield Tulsa, Okla. Bishop Kelley High School Personal Son of Carl and Michele O’Brien... Engineering major... High School 2011 graduate of Bishop Kelley High School in Tulsa, Okla. ... helped lead Bishop Kelley to a State Championship in 2011 and regional championship in 2008, 2009 and 2010... Earned All-Metro honors... batted .383 with 17 home runs his senior season.

#7 • Kevin Cho 5-9 • 165 • Junior • S/L Outfield Los Angeles, Calif. Orange Coast College

2012 (Junior) Jumped right into the rotation, starting all 60 games for ORU ... has a .254 batting average with 54 hits, four doubles and a triple ... leads the team in sacrifice bunts with 18 and has 11 stolen bases in 14 attempts.

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Before ORU Played the 2010 and 2011 seasons for John Altobelli at Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, Calif. ... earned second team All-Conference as a freshman and first team All-American as a sophomore... batted .371 as a freshman and .358 as a sophomore.

Personal Full name is Kevin Cho... son of Sam and Janet Cho... Marketing major... chose ORU over Cal State Northridge, Cal State Bakersfield, and Liberty.

High School 2009 graduate of Ayala HS in Chino Hills, Calif. ... was voted team MVP, and earned first team all league twice during his career.

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#24 • Brad Fisher 6-6 • 230 • Sophomore • R/R Pitcher Tulsa, Okla. Jenks HS

2011 (Freshman) Had seven strikeouts in 10 innings pitched in seven relief appearances in 2011... Started against no. 9 TCU on May 17 pitching three innings with one earned run and two strikeouts...

High School 2010 graduate of Jenks High School in Jenks, Okla. … helped lead Jenks to the 2008 and 2010 regional championship … posted an 8-1 record on the mound as a senior while also batting .348 with five home runs and 37 RBI … earned all-metro and all-conference honors in both 2009 and 2010 … hit a walk-off home run against Union HS in the state tournament in 2010.

Personal Son of Gary and Lynn Fisher … currently an exploratory major … chose ORU over Arkansas, Kansas, LSU, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Stanford.

#34 • Kurt Giller 6-2 • 230 • Junior • R/R Pitcher Manhattan, Kan. Univ. of Nebraska 2011 (Sophomore) Was a redshirt transfer in 2011... Selected by head coach Rob Walton to be a team captain in 2012.

Career Awards 2012 First Team All-Summit League Summit League Pitcher of the Week (April 16) 2012 (Junior) Earned first team all-conference honors after posting a 6-4 record in 15 appearances (14 starts) ... had two complete game shut outs and struck out a team high 77 batters in 82.1 innings.

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Before ORU Played at Nebarska in 2010 … was 0-1 with one save and an 11.80 ERA in eight appearances … pitched 13.2 innings with 11 strikeouts and nine walks … picked up his first career save at Fresno State on Feb. 26, tossing four innings of one-run ball in a 4-1 victory … underwent elbow surgery in April and missed the season’s remainder.

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High School Led Manhattan to a State Championship runnerup in 2007 with a 9-0 record and a 0.91 ERA… second-team all-state following his sophomore year, earning honorable mention as a junior … first-team All-State as a senior… three-time firstteam all-Centennial League…Earned first-team All-American honors from Collegiate baseball/Louisville Slugger in 2009…drafted in the 21st round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2009… Personal Son of Tom and Mary Giller … Business Administration major.

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#20 • Wesley Leander 5-11 • 185 • RS-Sophomore • R/R Catcher Tulsa, Okla. Victory Christian HS Personal Son of Dale and Judi Leander... Business Administration major... chose ORU over Oklahoma Wesleyan. High School 2009 graduate of Victory Christian HS in Tulsa, Okla. ... hit .500 during his senior season... selected to the All Tournament Team in the Mounds Classic... two time All Tournament Team for the Victory Tournament.

#32 • Chris Bradshaw 6-0 • 190 • Junior • R/R Infield/Outfield Medford, Ore. Santa Rosa JC High School 2009 graduate of North Medford HS in Medford, Ore. ... batted .520 in conference and set the single season triples record with seven... helped team win the conference Before ORU Played the 2010 and 2011 seasons for Da- championship in 2008 and 2009... earned mon Neidlinger at Santa Rosa Junior Col- first-team all-state and runner-up Player of the Year honors. lege in Santa Rosa, Calif.

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Personal Son of John Bradshaw and Linda White... Health and Exercise Science major... chose ORU over Oregon State and Western Oregon.

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#14 • Brandon Healy 6-3 • 190 • Sophomore • R/R Infield Encinitas, Calif. Cathedral Catholic HS

2012 (Sophomore) Played in 43 games and made 33 starts for ORU, posting a .245 batting average with 25 hits and 20 runs scored ... has two doubles and a triple and is second on the team in sacrifice hits with 13.

2011 (Freshman) Appeared in 19 games as a reserve in 2011... Was named to the Horizon Air Summer AllSeries first team after batting .394 with a home run and 19 RBI for the Redding Colt .45’s.

... helped the Dons to a 26-6 overall record ... was one of seven players at Cathedral to sign a Division I scholarship ... helped lead the Dons to a 27-8 record as a junior and the Section 3 title... Cathedral Catholic finished ranked No. 3 in San Diego by the Union Tribune newspaper and No. 7 in California High School by MaxPreps.com... played in 25 games at 2009 graduate of Cathedral Catholic HS in third base... batted .261 with eight RBI. Carmel Valley, Calif. ... batted. 325 as a senior with one home run and 22 RBI in 32 games Personal ... also laced four doubles and three triples Son of Kim and Terri Healy ... Business major.

#12 • Caleb Walker 6-0 • 200 • Junior • L/L Pitcher Caddo Mills, Texas Eastern Oklahoma State High School 2008 graduate of Caddo Mills HS in Caddo Mills, Texas ... All-Conference selection three times in his high school career... voted Offensive Player of the Year... also participated Before ORU Played the last two seasons at Eastern in football and basketball. Oklahoma State College in Wilburton, Okla. ... teammate of current Golden Eagle Joe Personal Son of Jerri and Gary Walker... Recreation Spring. major.

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#17 • Tim Zufall 6-4 • 210 • Junior • R/R Outfield/Pitcher Pueblo, Colo Lamar College Before ORU Played the past two seasons at Lamar Community College in Lamar, Colo.... drafted by the Florida Marlins in the 45th round... helped lead team to a 47-17 record and 2012 (Junior) conference championship in 2011... batted Made 11 appearances and three starts on .352 with 12 home runs and 50 RBI’s, and the mound, posting a 4.95 ERA ... pitched posted a 12-1 record with a 2.32 ERA and a total of 20.0 innings with 15 strikeouts ... 70 strikeouts in 2011.. All-Conference selecopponents hit just .282 against him. tion.

High School 2009 graduate of Pueblo South HS in Pueblo, Colo. ... three year letter winner... also participated in basketball and football. Personal Son of Joseph and Margaret Zufall... Health Science major.

#18 • Tyler Coker Freshman • R/L Outfield/Pitcher Atascocita, Texas Atascocita High School Personal Son of Milton and Kim Coker... undecided major... chose ORU over Texas, Arizona State, UNLV, and Texas A&M. High School 2011 graduate of Atascocita HS in Atascocita, TX. ... played four years of varsity baseball for Eric Matthews... earned All Houston honors twice in his career... teammate of current Golden Eagle Nathan Garza.

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#35 • Taylor Tryon 5-10 • 170 • RS-Freshman • R/R Pitcher Bixby, Okla. Bixby HS Personal Son of Henry and Kim Tryon … Biomedical Engineering major … would like to attend medical school after graduating.

High School 2009 graduate of Bixby High School in Bixby, Okla. … helped lead Bixby to a state championship his junior year with an 8-2 record in 57 innings … named all-conference honorable mention and Tulsa World All-Metro honorable mention in 2008 … all-conference pick in 2009…pitched five complete games.

#37• Phillip Wilson 6-0 • 185 • Freshman • R/R Pitcher Tulsa, Okla Owasso High School

2012 (Freshman) Made 13 appearances and one start, doing so on the road against Arkansas ... had a 3.14 ERA in 14.1 innings, striking out nine batters.

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High School 2011 graduate of Owasso HS in Owasso, Okla. ... selected All-Conference in 2010 and 2011 and All-Metro in 2011... helped lead team to the state championship in 2008 and 2009, and to second place finishes in 2010 and 2011... batted .417 with 47 RBI’s and threw 77 1/3 innings with a 2.19 ERA and 97 strikeouts in his career. Personal Son of Bryan and Lisa Wilson... Physical Education major... chose ORU over Oklahoma State, among others. ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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#38 • Hayden Martin 5-8 • 160 • Freshman • L/R Infield Murphy, Texas Plano East HS

High School 2011 graduate of Plano East HS in Plano, Texas ... voted to the All-District team during his junior and senior seasons. Personal Son of Dan and Kathie Martin... Mathematics major.

#39 • Logan Domenico 5-11 •175 • Freshman • L/R Outfield Scottsdale, Ariz. Scottsdale Christian Academy

2012 (Freshman) Had his redshirt lifted midway through the season and became a staple at the top of the lineup for ORU ... hitting .312 with 39 hits and 36 runs scored, has a team-best .466 on-base percentage after drawing 33 walks, the fourthmost on the team ... had six doubles and also had a walk-off single to the wall against North

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Dakota State in the last series of the season ... Personal scored 36 runs in 37 games. Son of Nick and Debbie Domenico... Theology and Church History major... chose ORU over AzHigh School usa Pacific, Biola, and George Fox. 2011 graduate of Scottsdale Christian Academy in Phoenix, Ariz. ... earned first team All-State and All-Region in 2011... led team to state runner up finish in 2011... voted to the All-Arizona Team 1-3A and was ranked 56 out of top 100 players in Arizona... batted .518 with 12 home runs, 44 RBI’s and 19 stolen bases in 2011... holds the single season record for home runs with 12... also played two years of basketball and one year of football. ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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#41 • Jeff Gunter 5-11• 185 • Sophomore • R/L Pitcher Oklahoma City, Okla. Butler University High School 2010 graduate of Coweta HS in Coweta, Okla. ... went 9-2 with a 0.78 ERA and 82 strikeouts in 2009... went 5-1 with a 1.00 ERA in 2010...2009 Metro Lakes Conference Pitcher of the Year in Before ORU 2009... Tulsa All-Metro Team in 2009, 2010... Played the 2011 season at Butler University in All-State Honorable Mention in 2009 and 2010. Indianapolis, Ind. ... helped lead team to a 2329-1 record... picked up a win in relief against Akron. Personal Son of Jeff and Beth Gunter... Marketing major... chose ORU over OBU and others.

#44 • Nathan Garza 5-10 • 180 • Freshman • R/R Pitcher Houston, Texas Atascocita HS High School 2011 graduate of Atascocita HS in Humble Texas ... three year letter winner for Eric Matthews... helped lead team to 2008 Co-District Championship, 2009 District Championship, and 2010 District runner-up finishes... first team All2012 (Freshman) Made four appearances on the mound, pitching District and All Greater Houston pitcher... team3.1 total innings ... gave up eight hits and six mate of current Golden Eagle Tyler Coker. runs while striking out five.

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Personal Son of Brian and Ann Garza... Business major... chose ORU over Dallas Baptist, New Mexico, TCU, Air Force, Baylor, Maryland, and Sam Houston State.

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2012 Numerical Roster No. Player Pos. B/T Ht. Wt. Yr. 2 Austen Colt INF/OF R/R 5-11 190 Jr. 4 Bennett Pickar C R/R 6-2 195 Jr. 5 Jose Trevino INF R/R 5-11 195 Fr. 6 Jake O’Brien 1B/OF L/L 6-0 200 Fr. 7 Kevin Cho OF S/L 5-9 165 Jr. 9 Cam Schiller INF S/R 6-0 195 Sr. 11 Joe Spring RHP R/R 6-1 210 Sr. 12 Caleb Walker LHP L/L 6-0 200 Jr. 13 Alex Gonzalez RHP R/R 6-2 190 So. 14 Brandon Healy INF R/R 6-3 190 So. 15 Jared Schlehuber 1B/RHP R/R 6-3 205 R-Sr. 16 Nate Goro INF R/R 6-0 180 Jr. 18 Tyler Coker OF/LHP R/L 6-0 180 Fr. 17 Tim ZuFall OF/P R/R 6-4 210 Jr. 20 Wesley Leander C R/R 5-11 185 R-So. 21 Alec Smith INF R/R 5-11 170 Jr. 24 Brad Fisher RHP R/R 6-6 230 So. 25 Brandon King OF L/L 5-11 190 Sr. 26 Mike Torrence LHP R/L 5-11 170 R-Sr. 27 Matt Rush RHP R/R 6-1 220 Sr. 30 Chris Williams INF R/R 6-3 215 Jr. 32 Chris Bradshaw INF/OF R/R 6-0 190 Jr. 33 Drew Bowen RHP R/R 6-3 210 R-Jr. 34 Kurt Giller RHP R/R 6-2 230 Jr. 35 Taylor Tryon RHP R/R 5-10 170 R-Fr. 36 Dan Martony RHP R/R 5-11 180 R-Sr. 37 Phillip Wilson RHP R/R 6-0 185 Fr. 38 Hayden Martin INF L/R 5-8 160 Fr. 39 Logan Domenico OF L/R 5-11 175 Fr. 41 Jeff Gunter LHP R/L 5-11 185 So. 43 Lars Liguori LHP L/L 6-1 190 Sr. 44 Nathan Garza RHP R/R 5-10 180 Fr. Head Coach: 10-Rob Walton (9th season) Assistants: 19-Ryan Folmar, 3-Ryan Neill, 28-Brian Aguailar Dir. of Operations: Wes Davis

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Hometown (Previous School/High School) Tulsa, Okla. (Neosho County College) Eaton, Colo. (Eaton HS) Corpus Christi, Texas (John Paul II HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Bishop Kelley HS) Los Angeles, Calif. (Orange Coast College) Prescott Valley, Ariz. (Yavapai College) Owasso, Okla. (Eastern Oklahoma State) Caddo Mills, Texas (Eastern Oklahoma State) Delray Beach, Fla. (Boca Raton Community HS) Encinitas, Calif. (Cathedral Catholic HS) Aurora, Colo. (San Joaquin Delta CC) St. Louis, Mo. (Jefferson County College) Atascocita, Texas (Atascocita HS) Pueblo, Colo. (Lamar College) Tulsa, Okla. (Victory Christian HS) Aurora, Colo. (Grandview HS) Tulsa, Okla. (Jenks HS) Hanford, Calif. (Fresno City College) Suisun City, Calif. (Sacramento City College) LaMirada, Calif. (Cypress College) Tuttle, Okla. (Seminole State College) Medford, Ore. (Santa Rosa JC) Tulsa, Okla. (Memorial HS) Manhattan, Kan. (University of Nebraska) Bixby, Okla. (Bixby HS) Goleta, Calif. (Santa Barbara CC) Tulsa, Okla. (Owasso HS) Richmond, Va. (Plano East HS) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Scottsdale Christian Academy) Oklahoma City, Okla. (Butler University) Scottsdale, Ariz. (Saddleback College) Houston, Texas (Atascocita HS)

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Former Pitcher Mark Guest

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

 

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 

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 

  



 

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

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 

 

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  

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 

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 

 

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 

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   

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 

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

 

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 

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 

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



 



 



 

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 









 

 

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 





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 

 

 









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

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

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

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

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

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

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



 

 

 



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 

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      

 



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



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 



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 





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 

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 





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 





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

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 







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



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



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 







 



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 

 





 



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

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

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 



















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 







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



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

 

















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

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

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

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  

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

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









































  

2012 ORU Baseball

ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

GOLDEN EAGLES

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  

2012 Game Results

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                                                                                  

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                                                                            

                                                           

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                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                           

                                                   ���        

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2012 ORU Baseball


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2011 Conference Statistics   

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 

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 

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  

  

 

 

 

 

   

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 

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2012 Summit League in Review W L *#Oral Roberts 17 6 Oakland 15 6 North Dakota State 14 10 Southern Utah 12 11 IPFW 8 16 South Dakota State 7 14 Western Illinois 7 17

CONFERENCE OVERALL Pct. H A Strk. W L Pct. H A .739 9-3 8-3 W1 37 23 .617 25-9 12-12 .714 10-2 5-4 W3 25 31 .446 16-2 7-27 .583 8-4 6-6 L2 40 20 .667 12-6 21-14 .522 6-5 6-6 L3 18 36 .333 10-11 8-24 .333 4-8 4-8 L1 16 40 .286 7-11 9-28 .333 3-6 4-8 L1 18 33 (T-1) .356 7-7 11-25-1 .292 5-7 2-10 W1 17 35 (T-1) .330 10-11-1 6-22

N Strk. 0-2 W3 2-2 L1 7-0 L2 0-1 L5 0-1 L4 0-1 L1 1-2 W1

* Regular Season Champion # Tournament Champion

2012 Summit League Tournament Results (May 24-26, Tulsa, Okla) First Round, Thursday, May 24 (3) North Dakota State 3, (2) Oakland 2 (11 innings) (1) Oral Roberts 2, (4) Southern Utah 1 Second Round, Friday, May 25 (2) Oakland 4, (4) Southern Utah 2 [SUU Eliminated] (3) North Dakota State 4, (1) Oral Roberts 3 (10 innings) (1) Oral Roberts 3, (2) Oakland 2 [OU Eliminated] Championship, Saturday, May 29 (1) Oral Roberts 4, (3) North Dakota State 1 (1) Oral Roberts 4, (3) North Dakota State 3 [NDSU Eliminated]

All-Tournament Team Simon Anderson, NDSU Drew Bowen, ORU (MVP) Tim Colwell, NDSU Jason Hager, OU Nolan Jacoby, OU Brandon King, ORU Kyle Kingsley, NDSU Kyle Kleinendorst, NDSU Brad Royer, SUU Tim Ryan, OU Jared Schlehuber, ORU Joe Spring, ORU Mike Torrence, ORU Jose Trevino, ORU

Summit Player of the Year Jared Schlehuber, Oral Roberts

Summit Pitcher of the Year Drew Bowen, Oral Roberts

Summit Newcomer of the Year Jose Trevino, Oral Roberts

Summit Coach of the Year John Musachio, Oakland

All-Summit League Teams First Team Player Jared Schlehuber, Oral Roberts Cam Schiller, Oral Roberts Jose Trevino, Oral Roberts Bo Cuthbertson, Southern Utah Tim Colwell, North Dakota State Beau Hanowski, South Dakota State Tim Ryan, Oakland Bennett Pickar, Oral Roberts Kevin Kline, Southern Utah Chase Rezac, Southern Utah Drew Bowen, Oral Roberts Kurt Giller, Oral Roberts John Straka, North Dakota State Joe Spring, Oral Roberts

Pos. 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DH UTL SP SP SP RP

Second Team Player Nick Colwell, North Dakota State Wes Satzinger, North Dakota State Zach Wentz, North Dakota State Austin Cowen, Western Illinois Nick Anderson, North Dakota State Dan Dispensa, Western Illinois Marcus Romero, Southern Utah Jake Morton, Oakland Phil Paquette, South Dakota State Steve Danielak, IPFW Alex Gonzalez, Oral Roberts Jeff Gorecki, Oakland Rich Mascheri, Western Illinois Kyle Kingsley, North Dakota State

Pos. 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C DH UTL SP SP SP RP

Summit League Tournament MVP Summit League Player of the Year Summit League Newcomer of the Year and Pitcher of the Year Jared Schlehuber Jose Trevino

Drew Bowen

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1984 First-Team All-American Todd Burns

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All-Americans First-Team All-Americans

Bob Volk

Bill Springman

1977 ABCA 1977 GTE Academic

Keith Mucha 1982 Baseball America

1978 The Sporting News

Todd Burns 1984 Collegiate Baseball

Tom Nieto

Mike Moore

1981 The Sporting News

1981 ABCA

Jeff Stallings

Dennis Bigley

1999 Collegiate Baseball

2004 ABCA

Brian Van Kirk

2008 ABCA 2008 Collegiate Baseball

SECOND-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

THIRD-TEAM ALL-AMERICANS

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICANS

1978...... RonMeridith, P..................................... ABCA 1981...... Kelvin Torve, 1B............... The Sporting News 1998...... Mike Dean, C.................... Collegiate Baseball 2000...... Steve Holm, SS................ Collegiate Baseball 2000...... Steve Holm, SS...................Baseball America 2001...... Michael Rogers, RHP........ Collegiate Baseball 2002...... David Castillo, C................................. NCBWA 2003...... David Castillo, C................................. NCBWA 2004...... Dennis Bigley, Util... USA Today Sports Weekly 2004...... Dennis Bigley, RHP...College Baseball Insider 2004...... Matt VanDerBosch, OF.......................... ABCA 2005...... Dennis Bigley, RHP.......... Collegiate Baseball 2007...... Chance Chapman, RHP.... Collegiate Baseball 2008...... Carlos Luna, RHP.............. Collegiate Baseball 2009...... Mark Serrano, RHP........... Collegiate Baseball 2009...... Mark Serrano, RHP....College Baseball Insider 2009...... Mark Serrano, RHP...................Ping! Baseball

1978...... George Bjorkman, C.............................. ABCA 1983...... Page Odle, OF....................................... ABCA 1983...... Ron Henika, INF.................................... ABCA 1987...... Bob Zupcic, OF................. The Sporting News 1999...... Mike Hill, OF.................... Collegiate Baseball 1999...... Ryan Neil, 1B................... Collegiate Baseball 2001...... Michael Rogers, RHP............................. ABCA 2001...... Trevor Leu, Util................................... NCBWA 2002...... David Castillo, C............... Collegiate Baseball 2003...... David Castillo, C............... Collegiate Baseball 2004...... Dennis Bigley, RHP.......... Collegiate Baseball 2004...... Dennis Bigley, Util.............................. NCBWA 2004...... Matt VanDerBosch, OF....................... NCBWA 2006...... Chris Ashman, RHP.......... Collegiate Baseball 2007...... Chance Chapman, RHP......................... ABCA 2008...... Carlos Luna, RHP................................ NCBWA 2008...... Brian Van Kirk.................................... NCBWA 2008...... Brian Van Kirk..........................Ping! Baseball 2009...... Jerry Sullivan, RHP...................Ping! Baseball 2011...... Cam Schiller, 2B/SS.......... Collegiate Baseball

FIRST TEAM 1985...... Bob Zupcic, OF....................Baseball America 1999...... Zach Donelson, OF/DH..... Collegiate Baseball 2001...... Rene Recio, RHP............... Collegiate Baseball 2002...... Eric Thornton, 3B............. Collegiate Baseball 2003...... Taylor McIntyre, LHP........ Collegiate Baseball 2005...... Kelly Minissale, OF........... Collegiate Baseball 2007...... Jerry Sullivan, SP............. Collegiate Baseball 2007...... Jerry Sullivan, SP.....................Ping! Baseball 2011.....T.J. Bennett, 2B................. Collegiate Baseball 2011...... Alex Gonzalez, SP.............................. NCBWA HONORABLE MENTION 1998...... Seth Mosley, P................. Collegiate Baseball 1998...... Josh Shackelford, C.......... Collegiate Baseball 2001...... David Castillo, C............... Collegiate Baseball 2002...... Dennis Bigley, RHP.......... Collegiate Baseball

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Individual Honors SUMMIT LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1998................................................... Mike Dean (C) 1999..............................................Jeff Stallings (OF) 2000................................................Steve Holm (SS) 2002...............................................David Castillo (C) 2003...............................................David Castillo (C) 2004......................................Dennis Bigley (1B/DH) 2005............................................ Dennis Bigley (SP) .............................................. Michael Hollimon (SS) 2006............................................ Chris Ashman (SP) ...................................................Chad Rothford (1B) 2007...........................................Brendan Duffy (OF) 2008............................................Brian Van Kirk (OF) 2009.............................................Mark Serrano (SP) 2010............................................Tyler Saladino (SS) 2012.......................................Jared Schlehuber (1B)

Tyler Saladino SUMMIT LEAGUE PITCHER OF THE YEAR 1998...................................................... Derek Dixon 1999......................................................... Mike Rose 2000......................................................... Mike Rose 2001................................................. Michael Rogers 2003.................................................... Dallas Martin 2004....................................................Dennis Bigley 2005....................................................Dennis Bigley 2006....................................................Chris Ashman 2007..............................................Chance Chapman 2008....................................................... Carlos Luna 2009....................................................Mark Serrano 2011................................................... Alex Gonzalez 2012.....................................................Drew Bowen SUMMIT LEAGUE NEWCOMER OF THE YEAR 2000................................................Steve Holm (SS) 2004.................................................Adam Lesko (P) 2005...................................... Michael Hollimon (SS) 2006..............................................Andy Bouchie (C) ...................................................Chad Rothford (1B) 2007...........................................Jeremy Hefner (SP) 2008..................................................Ben Petralli (C) 2009............................................Seth Furmanek (C) 2010............................................Tyler Saladino (SS) 2011............................................Alex Gonzalez (SP) 2012...............................................Jose Trevino (3B)

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SUMMIT LEAGUE COACH OF THE YEAR 1998................................................Sunny Golloway 1999................................................Sunny Golloway 2000................................................Sunny Golloway 2002................................................Sunny Golloway 2004.......................................................Rob Walton 2006.......................................................Rob Walton 2008.......................................................Rob Walton 2009.......................................................Rob Walton 2011.......................................................Rob Walton SUMMIT LEAGUE TOURNAMENT MVP 1998................................................Paul Weeks (OF) 1999...................................................Ryan Neil (1B) 2000....................................... Eric Vandeventer (OF) 2001..............................................Trevor Leu (1B/P) 2002........................................ Erick Donaldson (OF) 2003........................................ Dennis Bigley (P/DH) 2004...............................................Ricky Rivera (OF) 2005...................................... Michael Hollimon (SS) 2006...............................................Sean Jarrett (RP) 2007...........................................Chad Rothford (1B) 2008............................................Brian Van Kirk (OF) 2009.........................................Johnny Roberts (DH) 2010.................................................Chris Elder (OF) 2011............................................Alex Gonzalez (SP) 2012........................................ Drew Bowen (SP/RP) SUMMIT LEAGUE FIRST TEAM SELECTIONS 1998................................................... Mike Dean (C) .................................................Andrew Mosher (SS) ........................................................Paul Weeks (OF) ................................................... Brian Dinsmore (P) .........................................................Derek Dixon (P) ....................................................Bryan Reichard (P) 1999..................................................Ryan Neill (1B) ....................................................... Bryan Gann (2B) ..................................................Jason Clements (SS) ............................................................Mike Hill (OF) ......................................................Jeff Stallings (OF) ............................................... Josh Shackelford (UT) .......................................................Dusty Barrett (P) ............................................................Mike Rose (P) 2000.............................................Brian Hickman (C) ......................................................... Trevor Leu (1B) ....................................................... Bryan Gann (2B) ........................................................Steve Holm (SS) ..........................................................Ryan Neill (OF) ...............................................Eric Vandeventer (OF) .........................................................Jordan Gerk (P) ..................................................Jackson Markert (P) ............................................................Mike Rose (P)

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2001................................................Steve Holm (SS) .......................................................Dallas Martin (P) ................................................Wilton Reynolds (OF) ....................................................Michael Rogers (P) 2002...............................................David Castillo (C) ......................................................Danny Boyle (2B) ..................................................... Doug Bernier (SS) ................................................Wilton Reynolds (OF) .......................................................Dallas Martin (P) ....................................................Michael Rogers (P) .......................................................... Rene Recio (P) 2003...............................................David Castillo (C) .................................................. Andy Hargrove (1B) ....................................................Grant Plumley (SS) ..................................................Scott Campbell (3B) .......................................... Matt VanDerBosch (Util.) ................................................ Dennis Bigley (DH/P) .......................................................Dallas Martin (P) 2004..................................................Nate Griffin (C) .................................................... Brian Hanson (2B) .............................................Matt VanDerBosch (OF) ....................................................Ryan Welborn (OF) .......................................................... Josh Lex (Util.) ............................................. Dennis Bigley (DH & P) ........................................................Sean Sorrow (P) .......................................................Adam Lesko (RP) 2005...................................... Michael Hollimon (SS) .................................................. Kelly Minissale (OF) ...................................................... Dennis Bigley (P) .............................................. Daniel Greenwalt (RP) 2006..........................................Chris Ashman (RHP) ......................................................Andy Bouchie (C) ...................................................Chad Rothford (1B) ..........................................................Tim Torres (SS) ................................................. Jake Kahaulelio (2B) ...................................................Brendan Duffy (OF) .......................................................Nick Jones (RHP) ............................................Chance Chapman (RHP) 2007....................................Chance Chapman (RHP) ................................................... Erik Crichton (RHP) ...................................................Brendan Duffy (OF) ................................................. Jake Kahaulelio (2B) ................................................ Jeremy Hefner (RHP) ...................................................Chad Rothford (1B) ................................................... Brian Van Kirk (DH) ...................................................Adam Younger (SS) 2008...........................................Brendan Duffy (OF) ........................................................Ryan Groth (DH) .................................................Michael Jarman (SP) ..................................................... Carlos Luna (RHP) ................................................... Juan Martinez (2B) ..................................................Michael Notaro (1B) ..........................................................Ben Petralli (C) ....................................................Brian Van Kirk (OF)

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2009 ...........................................Juan Martinez (SS) ....................................................Seth Furmanek (C) .......................................................P.J. Sequeira (OF) .................................................Johnny Roberts (DH) ........................................... Andre Lamontagne (SP) .....................................................Mark Serrano (SP) .....................................................Jerry Sullivan (SP) 2010 .............................................Nick Baligod (OF) ................................................. Seth Furmanek (DH) ................................................. Tyler Saladino (SS)

.......................................... Bryce Smolen (RHP) 2011...................................... Nick Baligod (OF) ................................................. Chris Elder (OF) ............................................Brandon King (DH) ............................................ Alex Gonzalez (SP) 2012.....................................Bennett Pickar (C) .......................................Jared Schlehuber (1B) ...............................................Cam Schiller (2B) ............................................... Jose Trevino (3B) .............................................. Drew Bowen (SP) .................................................. Kurt Giller (SP) ..................................................Joe Spring (RP) SUMMIT LEAGUE ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 1998.................................................Derek Dixon (P) ....................................................... Bryan Gann (2B) ............................................................Mike Hill (3B) .................................................Andrew Mosher (SS) ............................................... Eric Vandeventer (OF) ......................................................Paul Weeks (OF)* 1999....................................................Mike Hill (3B) ........................................................ Seth Mosely (P) ........................................................Ryan Neill (1B)* ............................................................Mike Rose (P) ......................................................Jeff Stallings (OF) .................................................. Jerel Whitekiller (P)

Individual Honors 2002............................................. Doug Bernier (SS) ................................................ Dennis Bigley (P/DH) ......................................................Danny Boyle (2B) .......................................................David Castillo (C) .....................................................Stockton Davis (P) ...............................................Erick Donaldson (OF)*

2010 ............................................Nick Baligod (OF) ....................................................... Chris Elder (OF)* ................................................. Seth Furmanek (DH) .................................................... Bryce Smolen (SP) ......................................................Brett Sowers (3B)

2003...................................... Dennis Bigley (P/DH)* ..................................................Scott Campbell (3B) .......................................................David Castillo (C) ..........................................................Nate Griffin (C) .............................................................Josh Lex (OF) .......................................................Dallas Martin (P) ...................................................Justin Ramsey (RP)

2011..............................................Nick Baligod (OF) ......................................................T.J. Bennett (UTL) ......................................................Drew Bowen (OF) .........................................................Chris Elder (OF) ................................................. Alex Gonzalez (SP)* ...................................................... Cam Schiller (SP) ...............................................Jared Schlehuber (1B)

2004.....................................................Josh Lex (1B) .................................................... Brian Hanson (2B) ....................................................Grant Plumley (SS) .....................................................Ricky Rivera (OF)* ....................................................Taylor McIntyre (P)

2012...................................... Drew Bowen (SP/RP)* ......................................................... Joe Spring (RP) .................................................... Mike Torrence (SP) .................................................... Brandon King (OF) ...............................................Jared Schlehuber (1B) .......................................................Jose Trevino (3B)

2005............................................. Brian Aguailar (C) ...................................................... Dennis Bigley (P) ............................................ Michael Hollimon (SS)* ....................................................Taylor McIntyre (P) .................................................. Kelly Minissale (OF) ..........................................................Tim Torres (OF) 2006..........................................Chris Ashman (RHP) ......................................................Andy Bouchie (C) ...................................................Brendan Duffy (OF) ................................................Dan Greenwalt (RHP) .................................................. Sean Jarrett (RHP)* ..........................................................Pat Warfle (OF) 2007..................................... Chance Chapman (RHP ...................................................Brendan Duffy (OF) ................................................ Jeremy Hefner (RHP) .................................................Chad Rothford (1B)* .................................................. Jerry Sullivan (RHP) ....................................................Adam Younger (IF) ..........................................................Pat Warfle (OF)

2000...................................... Stockton Davis (P/DH) ........................................................Steve Holm (SS) ...........................................................Ryan Neil (1B) ............................................................Mike Rose (P) ......................................................Jeff Stallings (OF) ............................................. Eric Vandeventer (OF)*

2008...........................................Brendan Duffy (OF) ....................................................David Genao (UTL) ................................................... Juan Martinez (2B) .................................................. Kelly Minissale (OF) ..........................................................Ben Petralli (C) .....................................................Jerry Sullivan (SP) ..................................................Brian Van Kirk (OF)*

2001.............................................Doug Bernier (3B) ................................................ Erick Donaldson (OF) ........................................................Steve Holm (SS) ....................................................Trevor Leu (1B/P)* .......................................................... Rene Recio (P) ................................................Wilton Reynolds (OF)

2009............................................ Tyler Garewal (OF) ........................................... Andre Lamontagne (SP) ....................................................Juan Martinez (SS) .........................................................Colby Price (2B) ...............................................Johnny Roberts (DH)* .....................................................Jerry Sullivan (SP)

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Miscellaneous Info THE LAST TIME...

ORU NO-HITTERS

AN ORU TEAM..... Won 10 or more consecutive games:..........................May 9-24, 2008 (12) Won 15 or more consecutive games:.......................... (April 27-May 26, 2007 (16) Lost 10 or more consecutive games:...........................Never Lost 5 or more consecutive games:.............................March 16-23, 2012 (5) Scored 20 or more runs:..............................................20, vs. Mississippi Valley State (May 6, 2012) Scored 30 or more runs:..............................................34, at IPFW (April 30, 2010) Shutout an opponent:................................................North Dakota State (May 19, 2012, 10-0) Was shutout:..............................................................at Southern Utah (April 13, 2012, 6-0) Won an extra inning game:........................................at UALR (April 3, 2012, 6-5, 10 innings) Lost an extra inning game:.........................................vs. North Dakota State (May 25, 2012, 4-3, 10 innings) Swept a doubleheader:..............................................vs. North Dakota State (May 26, 2012, Summit Tournament) ..................................................................................vs. Mississippi Valley State (May 5, 2012, Regular Season) Was swept in a doubleheader:....................................at South Dakota State (May 8, 2010) Turned triple play:......................................................April 28, 2007 vs. Valparaiso (7th inning/Game 2) Had four or more double plays:..................................May 9, 2008, vs. Oakland (4)

AN ORU BATTER..... Hit a grand slam:........................................................Bennett Pickar vs. IPFW (May 11, 2012) Hit for the cycle:.........................................................Eric Vandeventer at Centenary (May 5, 1997) Hit two home runs in one game:................................Jared Schlehuber vs. Western Illinois (April 21, 2012) Hit three home runs in one game:..............................Mike Hill at Western Illinois (May 2, 1999) Had five or more hits in a game:.................................Cam Schiller vs. Oakland (April 7, 2012) Had six or more RBIs in a game:.................................Bennett Pickar (6) at IPFW (May 11, 2012) Had 10 or more total bases in a game:.......................Nick Baligod (13) at IPFW (April 30, 2010) Stole four bases in one game:.....................................Matt VanDerBosch (4) vs Valparaiso (May 2, 2004) Homered from both sides of the plate:.......................Chad Rothford vs. Bethune-Cookman (April 2, 2006)

AN ORU PITCHER..... Threw a no-hitter:......................................................Nick Jones vs. Chicago State (May 7, 2006) Threw a one-hitter:....................................................Jerry Sullivan vs. Centenary (May 22, 2009) ..................................................................................Alex Gonzalez vs. Western Illinois (April 21, 2012, 7 innings) Threw a two-hitter:....................................................Mark Serrano at North Dakota State (April 25, 2009) Threw a 7-inning complete game:..............................Alex Gonzalez vs. Western Illinois (April 21, 2012) Threw an 8-inning complete game:...........................Alex Gonzalez vs. North Dakota State (May 19, 2012) Threw a 9-inning complete game:..............................Drew Bowen vs. IPFW (May 11, 2012) Threw a complete game shutout:...............................Drew Bowen vs. Western Illinois (May 26, 2011) Had 10 or more strikeouts in a game:.........................Alex Gonzalez (10) vs. South Dakota State (May 28, 2011)

Nick Jones vs. Chicago State, May 7, 2006 Jones went 7.0 innings with no hits, nine strikeouts and only one walk in a 9-0 victory. Taylor McIntyre at Chicago State, May 20, 2005 McIntyre tossed the sixth no-hitter in ORU history and the first 9-inning no-no in school history. The junior lefty struck out 10, walked one and hit a batter in the 6-0 victory. Dennis Bigley vs. Chicago State, April 3, 2004 After hitting a pair of home runs in the opening game of a MidContinent Conference doubleheader, junior right-hander Dennis Bigley twirled the fifth no-hitter in ORU history in the Golden Eagles’ 8-0 win over Chicago State in a 7-inning game. Bigley struck out 12 -- including the side in the seventh -- and hit a batter in the sixth for his only base runner, but the baserunner was later erased on a double play. Tim McCoy, Joe Klancnik, and Larry Gryskevich vs. SW Oklahoma State, Feb. 15, 1986 A combined no-hitter in the home and season opener, a 6-0 win for ORU. Roger Lewis and Steve Selberg vs. Notre Dame, March 14, 1983 Lewis went 7.0 innings with 11 strikeouts and Selburg went 2.0 innings. Selberg gave up the only ball to leave the infield, a fly out to left in the ninth. An error on the second baseman with two outs in the ninth also prevented a perfect game. ORU came away with the 8-0 win. Warren Hollier vs. Oklahoma Baptist, March 5, 1977 Hollier went 7.0 innings with no hits, 11 strikeouts and four walks in a 10-1 victory. Steve Cain vs. Southwest Baptist, April 27, 1973 Cain went five innings in a shortened game, with nine ground-outs and one strikeout in the 14-0 victory.

HITTING FOR THE CYCLE In the storied history of ORU baseball, only two players have hit for the cycle. Bob Volk vs. California at Riverside, Calif. March 31, 1977

AN OPPONENT..... Scored 20 or more runs:..............................................20, UCLA (March 19, 2010) Threw a no-hitter:......................................................Oklahoma Christian College - April 19, 1969 Threw a one hitter:.....................................................Arkansas - April 24, 2012 Threw a two-hitter:....................................................Arkansas - April 15, 2003

Volk was the first player in ORU history to hit for the cycle in the Cal Riverside Tournament. Volk got all of his four hits in order. Volk knocked a single in the first inning and a double in the second. He then got a triple in the fourth and belted his home run in the sixth inning. Eric Vandeventer at Centenary, May 5, 1997 Vandeventer became the second ORU player to hit for the cycle and the first Golden Eagle, accomplishing the feat as a freshman. Vandeventer started off with a double in the second inning. He then followed with a solo home run in the fourth inning and a single in the fifth inning.Vandeventer then knocked a triple into the right field corner and slid into third screaming, knowing he just accomplished one of baseball’s ultimate accomplishments.

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INDIVIDUAL - BATTING

TEAM BATTING

At Bats: .......................8.........(4x’s) last by Kelly Minissale at Centenary (4/11/08) Runs Scored: ...............6.........Brian Hanson vs Southern Utah (5/27/04) Hits: ..............................7.........by Jeff Stallings vs TCU (3/14/99) RBI: ...............................9.........(3x’s) last by Mike Hill vs Western Illinois (5/2/99) Doubles: ......................3.........(16x’s) last by Jose Trevino vs. Louisiana Tech (3/31/12) Triples: .........................2.........(11x’s) last by Matt VanDerBosch vs Chicago State (4/2/04) Home Runs: .................3.........by Mike Hill at Western Illinois (5/2/99) Total Bases: ...............14.........by Jeff Stallings & Ryan Neill vs TCU (3/14/99) Stolen Bases: ..............6.........by Jeff Stallings vs USAO (4/2/99) Hit By Pitch: ................4.........by Brett Louis vs Missouri Southern (2/23/91) Strikeouts: ..................5.........(2x’s) last by Ryan Neil vs Baylor (3/11/00) Walks: ..........................6.........by Greg Cottrell vs Southeastern OSU (4/12/83)

Batting Average: .....................................................................................................348 (1999) Most At Bats:.........................................................................................................2,299 (1985) Most Runs:...............................................................................................................586 (1999) Most Hits:.................................................................................................................753 (1998) Most Doubles:..........................................................................................................153 (1999) Most Triples:...............................................................................................................26 (1971) Most Home Runs:.....................................................................................................105 (2010) Most RBI:..................................................................................................................526 (1987) Most Stolen Bases:...................................................................................................230 (1999) Most Bases on Balls:.................................................................................................428 (1987) Most Strikeouts:.......................................................................................................493 (2010) Most Total Bases:...................................................................................................1,201 (1998) Highest Slugging Pct:...............................................................................................598 (1999) Most Hit by Pitch:.......................................................................................................85 (1998) Most Sacrifice Hits:.....................................................................................................67 (2005) Most Sacrifice Flies:....................................................................................................41 (1999)

INDIVIDUAL - PITCHING Strikeouts: ...................... 19......... by Chance Chapman vs Centenary (5/11/07) Walks: .............................. 13......... by Warren Hollier vs SMU (2/27/80) Innings: ........................ 11.0......... (3x’s), last by Kyle Irvin vs Kansas State (5/2/87) Relief Innings: ............... 8.1......... by Sandy Farrell vs Okla. Chrisitian (4/15/97) Hits Allowed: .................. 15......... (2x’s), last by Casey Kirkman vs Kansas (5/13/95)

TEAM RECORDS Hits: .................................. 33......... at IPFW (4/30/10) Runs: ................................ 34 ........ at IPFW (4/30/10) Runs/Inning: ................... 15......... at IPFW (4/30/10; 8th inn.) Home Runs: ..................... 10......... vs. Mayville (ND) St., (5/17/91) Consec. Hits: .................... 10 ........ vs. Northern Colorado (5/17/80) Double Plays: .................... 5 ........ vs. (2x’s), last vs Centenary (5/13/07) Innings: ........................... 17......... vs. Southwest Missouri State (5/1/88) Longest Game: ............. 6:15 ........ vs. Baylor (3/11/00) Shortest Game: ........... 1:26 ........ vs. Southern Illinois (5/8/78)

PITCHING RECORDS Most Complete Games:..................................................................................... 29 (1972, 1990) Most Innings Pitched:............................................................................................580.2 (1985) Most Shutouts:...........................................................................................................14 (2005) Most Saves:................................................................................................................18 (1983) Most Runs Allowed:..................................................................................................448 (1997) Most Earned Runs:....................................................................................................352 (2010) Most Walks Allowed:................................................................................................441 (2010) Most Strikeouts:.......................................................................................................615 (2002) Most Hits:.................................................................................................................648 (2010) Most Doubles:..........................................................................................................133 (1997) Most Triples:...............................................................................................................33 (1995) Most Home Runs Allowed:..........................................................................................68 (1986) Lowest ERA:.............................................................................................................2.38 (1973) Most Consec. Scoreless Innings:..................................................................................38 (1982)

TEAM RECORDS Most Games Played:...................................................................................................69 (1991) Most Games Won:.......................................................................................................51 (1991) Most Games Lost:.......................................................................................................34 (1995) Most Home Wins:.......................................................................................................39 (1983) Most Home Losses:........................................................................................... 16 (1995, 1997) Most Road Wins:.........................................................................................................17 (2004) Most Road Losses:......................................................................................................21 (2010) Best W/L Percentage:....................................................................................818 (45-10, 1981) Longest Winning Streak:............................................................................................19 (1978) Longest Losing Streak:..................................................................................................7 (2006)

Chis Elder was an outfielder for the record-setting team in 2010.

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MISCELLANEOUS Highest Fielding Percentage:....................................................................................975 (2007) Lowest Fielding Percentage:.....................................................................................935 (1977) Most Double Plays:........................................................................................... 67 (1997, 2004) Fewest Double Plays:..................................................................................................17 (1970)

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Career Batting Records BATTING GAMES 1. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................240 2. Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)..............................239 3. Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................238 4. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................235 5. Matt Dobson (1991-94)........................................226 6. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................225 7. Ryan Neill (1997-2000).........................................220 8. David Allen (1980-83)...........................................219 9. Brian Dinsmore (1995-98)....................................213 10. Kelly Minissale (2005-08).....................................210 BATTING AVERAGE (Min. 300 AB) 1. Chris Bittick (1992-93)..........................................405 2. Pete Schmidt (1985-88)........................................388 3. Matt VanDerBosch (2003-04)................................378 4. Steve Holm (2000-01)...........................................371 5. David Castillo (2001-04).......................................370 6. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................367 7. Richard Rozek (1970-73)......................................362 8. Tommy Thompson (1970-73)................................358 9. Dave Yobs (1980-81).............................................356 Bob Volk (1977-78)...............................................356 AT-BATS 1. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................869 2. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................828 3. Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)..............................822 4. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................818 5. Kelly Minissale (2005-08).....................................801 6. Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................791 7. David Allen (1980-83)...........................................735 8. Mike Hill (1996-99)...............................................726 9. Ryan Neill (1997-2000).........................................711 10. Bryan Gann (1998-2000)......................................705 RUNS SCORED 1. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................258 2. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................219 3. Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)..............................212 4. Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................205 5. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................203 6. Brendan Duffy (2006-08)......................................202 7. Ryan Neill (1997-2000).........................................189 8. Buddy Slemp (1975-78)........................................185 9. Matt Dobson (1991-94)........................................175 10. Mike Hill (1996-99)...............................................171 HITS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................304 Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)..............................288 Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................286 Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................277 Bryan Gann (1998-2000)......................................250 Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................247 Kelly Minissale (2005-08).....................................246 Pete Schmidt (1985-88)........................................239 Brendan Duffy (2006-08)......................................238 Mike Hill (1996-99)...............................................233

DOUBLES 1. Adam Casillas (1984-87).........................................66 Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)................................66 3. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87)...................................60 4. Mike Hill (1996-99).................................................55 5. Bob Zupcic (1985-87).............................................53 6. Bryan Gann (1998-2000)........................................52 7. Pete Schmidt (1985-88)..........................................47 8. Ryan Neill (1997-2000)...........................................46 9. Mike Batesole (1983-85).........................................45 David Castillo (2001-04).........................................45

WALKS 1. Matt Dobson (1991-94)........................................161 2. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................160 3. Pete Schmidt (1985-88)........................................144 4. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................133 5. Buddy Slemp (1975-78)........................................118 6. Page Odle (1984-85).............................................115 7. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................113 8. Bob Zupcic (1985-87)...........................................111 9. Cory Crosnoe (1990-91)........................................108 10. Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................104

TRIPLES 1. Richard Rozek (1970-73)........................................15 2. Steve Hecht (1984-87)............................................14 3. Chris Bittick (1992-93)............................................11 Matt VanDerBosch (2003-04)..................................11 5. Paul Meade (1988-91)............................................10 HOME RUNS 1. Ryan Neill (1997-2000)...........................................48 2. Rick Vaughan (1986-88).........................................46 3. Seth Furmanek (2009-10).......................................42 4. Mike Hill (1996-99).................................................39 5. Pete Schmidt (1985-88)..........................................36 Mike Shambaugh (1984-87)...................................36 Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)................................36 8. Ron Henika (1980-83)............................................34 9. Keith Mucha (1982-83)...........................................33 David Castillo (2001-04).........................................33

STRIKEOUTS 1. Ryan Neill (1997-2000).........................................192 2. Kevin Lamb (2002-05)..........................................160 3. Mike Hill (1996-99)...............................................143 4. Matt Dobson (1991-94)........................................129 5. Josh Shackelford (1998-2001)..............................128 6. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................123 7. Derek Duncan (1992-95).......................................121 Bennett Pickar (2010-12).....................................121 9. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................120 10. Seth Furmanek (2009-10).....................................119

RUNS BATTED IN 1. Ryan Neill (1997-2000).........................................199 2. Mike Shambaugh (1984-87).................................195 3. Mike Hill (1996-99)...............................................188 4. Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)..............................186 5. Pete Schmidt (1985-88)........................................184 6. David Castillo (2001-04).......................................179 7. Adam Casillas (1984-87).......................................176 8. Ron Henika (1980-83)..........................................170 9. Mike Batesole (1983-85).......................................148 10. Bryan Gann (1998-2000)......................................147 Kelly Minissale (2005-08).....................................147 STOLEN BASES 1. Steve Hecht (1984-87)..........................................130 2. Jeff Stallings (1997-2000).....................................115 3. Danny Boyle (2001-02)...........................................73 4. Matt VanDerBosch (2003-04)..................................71 5. Paul Freeman (1991-94).........................................67 6. Bryan Gann (1997-2000)........................................66 7. Matt Dobson (1991-94)..........................................62 Eric Vandeventer (1997-2000)................................62 9. Ryan Welborn (2003-04).........................................59 10. Erick Donaldson (2000-02).....................................55

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Career Pitching Records GAMES 1. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)..........................................103 2. Dallas Martin (2000-03).......................................101 3. Stockton Davis (1999-02).......................................88 4. Todd Burns (1982-84).............................................78 5. Mike Knox (1982-85)..............................................76 6. Chris Dooley (1993-96)...........................................68 Bob Macias (1978-81).............................................68 8. Rick Stewart (1978-81)...........................................66 9. Stockton Davis (1999-present)................................65 10. 3 tied at..................................................................64 STARTS 1. Dennis Bigley (2002-05).........................................60 2. Chris Dooley (1993-96)...........................................59 3. Roger Lewis (1981-84)...........................................54 4. Taylor McIntyre (2003-06)......................................51 5. Mike Knox (1982-85)..............................................47 6. Dusty Barrett (1996-1999)......................................44 Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................44 8. Rene Recio (2001-05).............................................41 9. Larry Tolbert (1971-74)...........................................38 Bryan Wolff (1991-93)............................................38 Mike Rose (1997-2000)...........................................38 Jerry Sullivan (2007-09).........................................38 WINS 1. Dennis Bigley (2002-05).........................................41 2. Chris Dooley (1993-96)...........................................34 Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................34 4. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)............................................33 5. Mike Knox (1982-85)..............................................30 6. Roger Lewis (1981-84)...........................................29 7. Mike Moore (1979-81)............................................28 8. Tim McCoy (1985-86)..............................................24 Bob Macias (1978-81)..............................................24 Ron Meredith (1977-78)..........................................24 LOSSES 1. Terry Unruh (1974-77).............................................18 2. Chris Dooley (1993-96)............................................16 Jeff Eddings (1990-94).............................................16 4. Dusty Barrett (1996-99)...........................................15 5. Mike Knox (1982-85)...............................................14 Larry Tolbert (1971-74)............................................14 7. 4 tied at....................................................................13 INNINGS PITCHED 1. Chris Dooley (1993-96).......................................411.0 2. Dennis Bigley (2002-05).....................................382.2 3. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)........................................352.2 4. Mike Knox (1982-85)..........................................321.2 Roger Lewis (1981-84)........................................321.2 6. Bob Macias (1978-81).........................................317.1 7. Mike Moore (1979-81)........................................296.1 8. Taylor McIntyre (2003-06)...................................285.0 9. Tim McCoy (1985-86)..........................................265.2 10. Larry Tolbert (1971-74).......................................256.0

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COMPLETE GAMES 1. Mike Moore (1979-81).............................................24 2. Larry Tolbert (1971-74)............................................21 Jack Cheney (1970-73).............................................21 4. Ron Meridith (1977-78)...........................................20 5. Terry Unruh (1974-77).............................................19 6. Chris Dooley (1993-96)............................................18 Dennis Bigley (2002-05)..........................................18 8. Warren Hollier (1977-79).........................................16 9. 3 tied at...................................................................15 HITS ALLOWED 1. Chris Dooley (1993-96)..........................................407 2. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)...........................................354 3. Mike Knox (1982-85).............................................334 4. Roger Lewis (1981-84)...........................................328 5. Dennis Bigley (2002-05)........................................315 6. Bob Macias (1978-81)............................................288 7. Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................276 8. Dusty Barrett (1996-99).........................................264 9. Greg Oram (1985-88).............................................263 10. Mike Rose (1997-2000)..........................................254 ERA (MIN. 100 IP) 1. Chance Chapman (2006-07).................................1.41 2. Gordon Helm (1972-75)........................................1.79 3. Bud Bartholow (1979-81).....................................2.18 4. Ron Meridith (1977-78)........................................2.24 5. Jeff Heathcock (1980)...........................................2.43 6. Alex Gonzalez (2011-12).............................2.44 7. Jack Cheney (1970-73)..........................................2.48 8. Ray Krawczyk (1981).............................................2.52 Joe Spring (2011-12)..................................2.52 9. Mike Moore (1979-81)..........................................2.64 WALKS 1. Bryan Wolff (1991-93)...........................................202 2. Warren Hollier (1977-79).......................................185 3. Chris Dooley (1993-96)..........................................178 4. Taylor McIntyre (2003-06)......................................147 5. Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................139 6. Greg Oram (1985-88).............................................138 7. Terry Unruh (1974-77)...........................................135 8. Mike Moore (1979-81)...........................................128 9. Bob Macias (1978-81)............................................126

SHUTOUTS 1. Jack Cheney (1970-73).............................................10 2. Dennis Bigley (2002-05)............................................9 3. Ron Meridith (1977-78).............................................6 4. Greg Jackson (1991-92).............................................5 Steve Cain (1970-73)..................................................5 RUNS ALLOWED 1. Chris Dooley (1993-96)..........................................233 2. Mike Knox (1982-85).............................................205 3. Roger Lewis (1981-84)...........................................192 4. Greg Oram (1985-88).............................................183 5. Mike Rose (1997-2000)..........................................166 6. Bryan Wolff (1991-93)...........................................164 7. Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................157 8. Tim McCoy (1985-86).............................................156 9. Dusty Barrett (1996-99).........................................154 10. Taylor McIntyre (2003-06)......................................145 EARNED RUNS ALLOWED 1. Chris Dooley (1993-96)..........................................177 2. Roger Lewis (1981-84)...........................................160 3. Mike Knox (1982-85).............................................156 4. Greg Oram (1985-88).............................................147 5. Bryan Wolff (1991-93)...........................................140 6. Mike Rose (1997-2000)..........................................131 7. Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................128 8. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)...........................................126 9. Dennis Bigley (2002-05)........................................124 10. 2 tied at..................................................................121 SAVES 1. Jeff Eddings (1990-94).............................................25 2. Todd Burns (1982-84)..............................................23 3. Dallas Martin (2000-03)...........................................19 4. Justin Ramsey (2003-04).........................................18 5. Jackson Markert (2000)............................................15 6. Matt Rush (2011-pres.).................................13 7. Brian Stensler (1996-97)..........................................12 8. Matt Hoffman (1998-99).........................................11 9. T.J. Kelly (2008-pres.)...............................................10 10. Kyle Irvin (1987-88)...................................................9

STRIKEOUTS 1. Michael Rogers (1998-02)......................................331 2. Chris Dooley (1993-96)..........................................329 3. Dennis Bigley (2002-05)........................................319 4. Jeff Eddings (1990-94)...........................................283 5. Jerry Sullivan (2007-09).........................................269 6. Rene Recio (2001-05).............................................263 7. Taylor McIntyre (2003-06)......................................256 8. Stockton Davis (1999-02).......................................240 9. Mike Moore (1979-81)...........................................229 10. Mike Rose (1997-2000)..........................................228

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Season Batting Records GAMES PLAYED 1. Cory Crosnoe (1991)................................................ 73 Tommy Rinfret (1991)............................................. 73 3. Brett Louis (1991)................................................... 72 4. Paul Meade (1991).................................................. 71 5. David Michener (1991)............................................ 70 6. Joe Dunlap (1985)................................................... 69 7. 4 tied at .................................................................. 68 BATTING AVERAGE 1. Steve Holm (2000)............................................... .437 2. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................ .432 3. Chris Bittick (1992)............................................... .427 Mark Moore (1992).............................................. .427 5. Mike Dean (1998)................................................ .426 6. Ryan Neill (1999)................................................. .423 7. Jeff Stallings (1999)............................................. .417 8. Brian Van Kirk (2008)........................................... .414 9. Bob Volk (1977).................................................... .407 10. Tommy Thompson (1973).................................... .406 AT-BATS 1. Mike Batesole (1985)............................................ 261 2. Bryan Gann (2000)............................................... 259 3. Paul Meade (1991)................................................ 257 4. Craig Colbert (1986).............................................. 253 Tyler Saladino (2010)............................................ 253 6. Joe Dunlap (1985)................................................. 252 7. Ryan Groth (2008)................................................. 248 8. Keith Miller (1983)................................................ 246 Keith Lockhart (1985)........................................... 246 10. Steve Hecht (1987)................................................ 245 Wilton Reynolds (2002)........................................ 245 RUNS SCORED 1. Steve Hecht (1987).................................................. 88 2. Paul Meade (1991).................................................. 81 Jeff Stallings (1999)................................................ 81 Danny Boyle (2002)................................................. 81 5. Matt VanDerBosch (2004)....................................... 75 Tyler Saladino (2010).............................................. 75 7. Mike Hill (1999)...................................................... 74 8. Jeff Stallings (1998)................................................ 73 Brendan Duffy (2008).............................................. 73 10. Mike Batesole (1985).............................................. 72 Andrew Mosher (1998)........................................... 72 HITS 1. Steve Holm (2000)................................................ 104 2. Paul Meade (1991)................................................ 101 3. Mike Dean (1998)................................................... 98 Eric Vandeventer (2000).......................................... 98 Brian Van Kirk (2008).............................................. 98 6. Adam Casillas (1987)............................................... 96 Tyler Saladino (2010).............................................. 96 8. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................... 95 Jeff Stallings (1999)................................................ 95 Bryan Gann (2000).................................................. 95

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DOUBLES 1. Paul Meade (1991).................................................. 28 2. Kevin Jones (1989).................................................. 23 Steve Holm (2000).................................................. 23 David Castillo (2002)............................................... 23 5. Mike Shambaugh (1984)......................................... 22 Cory Crosnoe (1991)................................................ 22 Grant Plumley (2004).............................................. 22 Brian Van Kirk (2008).............................................. 22 8. Adam Casillas (1987)............................................... 21 John O’Brien (1991)................................................ 21 Steve Holm (2001).................................................. 21 Ben Petralli (2008).................................................. 21 TRIPLES 1. Richard Rozek (1971)................................................ 9 2. Page Odle (1985)...................................................... 8 Steve Hecht (1987).................................................... 8 4. Paul Meade (1989).................................................... 7 Jason Clements (1999).............................................. 7 Matt VanDerBosch (2004)......................................... 7 7. Gary Marple (1971)................................................... 6 Mike Mason (1980)................................................... 6 Paul Weeks (1998).................................................... 6 Chad Stewart (2001)................................................. 6 HOME RUNS 1. John O’Brien (1991)................................................ 27 2. Seth Furmanek (2010)............................................ 25 3. Mike Hill (1999)...................................................... 23 4. Rick Vaughn (1988)................................................. 22 Paul Meade (1991).................................................. 22 6. George Bjorkman (1978)......................................... 21 7. Ron Henika (1983).................................................. 20 8. 6 tied at................................................................... 18 RBI 1. Mike Hill (1999)...................................................... 88 2. Paul Meade (1991).................................................. 83 John O’Brien (1991)................................................ 83 4. David Castillo (2002)............................................... 79 5. Steve Holm (2000).................................................. 78 6. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................... 76 Tyler Saladino (2010).............................................. 76 8. Brian Van Kirk (2008).............................................. 74 9. Ron Henika (1983).................................................. 73 10. 3 tied at .................................................................. 71

WALKS 1. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................... 64 2. Page Odle (1985).................................................... 59 Danny Boyle (2002)................................................. 58 4. Page Odle (1984).................................................... 56 Cory Crosnoe (1990)................................................ 56 6. Keith Mucha (1982)................................................ 54 Adam Casillas (1984)............................................... 54 8. Matt VanDerBosch (2004)....................................... 53 9. Cory Crosnoe (1991)................................................ 52 Keith Miller (1983).................................................. 52 TOTAL BASES 1. Paul Meade (1991)................................................ 199 2. John O’Brien (1991).............................................. 189 3. Mike Hill (1999).................................................... 184 Brian Van Kirk (2008)............................................ 174 5. Steve Holm (2000) ............................................... 172 6. Tyler Saladino (2010)............................................ 170 7. Ryan Neill (1999).................................................. 166 8. Ron Henika (1983)................................................ 162 9. Cory Crosnoe (1991).............................................. 159 10. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................. 157 Seth Furmanek (2010).......................................... 157 SLUGGING PCT. 1. John O’Brien (1991)............................................. .900 2. Mike Hill (1999)................................................... .814 3. Ryan Neill (1999)................................................. .798 4. Paul Meade (1991)............................................... .774 5. Bob Volk (1977).................................................... .772 6. Cory Crosnoe (1991) ............................................ .754 7. Ron Henika (1983)............................................... .736 8. Brian Van Kirk (2008)........................................... .734 9. Seth Furmanek (2010)......................................... .730 10. Steve Holm (2000)............................................... .723 ON-BASE PCT. 1. Pete Schmidt (1987)............................................ .593 2. Chris Bittick (1992)............................................... .550 3. Cory Crosnoe (1991)............................................. .530 4. Page Odle (1985)................................................. .528 5. Mark Moore (1992).............................................. .520 6. Chris Bittick (1993)............................................... .515 7. Jason Clements (1999)......................................... .511 8. Ryan Neill (1999)................................................. .510 9. Brian Van Kirk (2008)........................................... .505 10. Adam Casillas (1986)............................................ .502

STOLEN BASES 1. Steve Hecht (1987).................................................. 66 2. Jeff Stallings (1999)................................................ 49 3. Matt VanDerBosch (2004)....................................... 44 4. Danny Boyle (2002)................................................. 39 5. Jason Clements (1999)............................................ 35 Bryan Gann (1999).................................................. 35 Danny Boyle (2001)................................................. 35 8. Ryan Welborn (2004).............................................. 31 9. Diego Rodriguez (1996).......................................... 29 10. Ryan Welborn (2003).............................................. 28

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Season Pitching Records APPEARANCES 1. Dallas Martin (2001)............................................... 34 2. Riley Stephens (2000)............................................. 32 3. Dallas Martin (2002)............................................... 31 Carlos Luna (2008).................................................. 31 5. Jeff Eddings (1991)................................................. 30 6. Justin Ramsey (2004).............................................. 30 7. Kyle Irvin (1988)...................................................... 29 Marc Patterson (1991)............................................. 29 Justin Ramsey (2003).............................................. 29 Lars Liguori (2012)...................................... 29 STARTS 1. Roger Lewis (1984)................................................. 19 Kurt Burgess (1991)................................................ 19 Greg Jackson (1991)................................................ 19 Chris Dooley (1996)................................................. 19 Jordan Gerk (2000).................................................. 19 6. 6 tied at................................................................... 18 ERA (MIN. 1IP/TEAM GAME) 1. Jack Cheney (1972).............................................. 1.27 2. Chance Chapman (2007)...................................... 1.34 3. Mike Moore (1980)............................................... 1.55 4. Ricky Gore (1989)................................................. 1.70 5. Drew Bowen (2011).................................. 1.73 6. Todd Burns (1983)................................................ 1.74 7. Jeff Eddings (1994).............................................. 1.76 8. Joe Spring (2012)..................................... 1.79 9. Dennis Bigley (2005)............................................ 1.81 10. Gordon Helm (1975)............................................ 1.85 Steve Gossett (1985)............................................ 1.85 WINS 1. Ron Meridith (1978)................................................ 14 Kyle Irvin (1987)...................................................... 14 Michael Rogers (2001)............................................ 14 4. Tim McCoy (1986)................................................... 13 Roger Lewis (1983)................................................. 13 Dennis Bigley (2004)............................................... 13 Carlos Luna (2008).................................................. 13 8. 5 tied at................................................................... 12 LOSSES 1. Matt Shiflett (1986).................................................. 7 Greg Oram (1987)..................................................... 7 Kyle Irvin (1988)........................................................ 7 Derek Dixon (1997)................................................... 7 Alex Gonzalez (2011).....................................7 6. 12 tied at .................................................................. 6 INNINGS PITCHED 1. Tim McCoy (1986).............................................. 147.0 2. Chris Dooley (1996)............................................ 130.1 3. Mike Moore (1981)............................................. 124.2 4. Ron Meridith (1978)........................................... 124.0 Mike Knox (1985)............................................... 124.0 6. Michael Rogers (2002)....................................... 123.0 7. Michael Rogers (2001)....................................... 121.1 8. Tim McCoy (1985).............................................. 118.2 Kyle Irvin (1987)................................................. 118.2 10. Chris Dooley (1995)............................................ 118.1

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COMPLETE GAMES 1. Ron Meridith (1978)................................................ 12 2. Mike Moore (1980).................................................. 11 Mike Moore (1981).................................................. 11 4. Jeff Heathcock (1980)............................................. 10 5. Tim McCoy (1986)..................................................... 9 Kurt Burgess (1990).................................................. 9 7. 7 tied at..................................................................... 8 HITS ALLOWED 1. Andy Crowson (1990)............................................ 137 2. Greg Oram (1987)................................................. 133 3. Chris Dooley (1996)............................................... 132 Jordan Gerk (2000)................................................ 132 5. Matt Shiflett (1986).............................................. 128 6. Tim McCoy (1986)................................................. 127 Dusty Barrett (1997)............................................. 127 8. Anthony Ward (1988)............................................ 125 9. Kurt Burgess (1991).............................................. 123 10. Mike Knox (1985)................................................. 122 WALKS 1. Warren Hollier (1978)........................................... 106 2. Bryan Wolff (1993).................................................. 80 3. Greg Oram (1987)................................................... 75 Greg Jackson (1992)................................................ 75 5. Kyle Irvin (1987)...................................................... 69 6. Greg Jackson (1991)................................................ 68 7. Tim McCoy (1985)................................................... 63 8. Tim McCoy (1986)................................................... 62 Bryan Wolff (1991).................................................. 62 10. 2 tied at................................................................... 60 STRIKEOUTS 1. Michael Rogers (2001).......................................... 137 2. Mark Serrano (2009)............................................. 132 3. Chris Dooley (1996)............................................... 124 4. Michael Rogers (2002).......................................... 119 5. Jerry Sullivan (2009)............................................. 116 6. Derek Dixon (1998)............................................... 115 7. Tim McCoy (1986)................................................. 111 8. Ron Meridith (1978).............................................. 109 Derek Dixon (1999)............................................... 109 10. Jerry Sullivan (2008)............................................. 108 STRIKEOUTS/9 IP (MIN. 1IP/TEAM GAME) 1. Mark Serrano (2009).......................................... 13.77 2. Chance Chapman (2007).................................... 12.16 3. Bobby Wallis (1969)........................................... 12.00 4. Rene Recio (2002).............................................. 11.27 5. Jeremy Hefner (2007)........................................ 11.20 6. Stockton Davis (2002)........................................ 10.99 7. Trevor Leu (2001)............................................... 10.72 8. Jerry Sullivan (2009).......................................... 10.65 9. Sean Jarrett (2006)............................................ 10.36 10. Michael Rogers (2001)....................................... 10.16

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SHUTOUTS 1. Dennis Bigley (2005)................................................. 5 2. Jack Cheney (1971)................................................... 4 Jack Cheney (1972)................................................... 4 Greg Jackson (1991).................................................. 4 4. Ron Meridith (1977).................................................. 3 Ron Meridith (1978).................................................. 3 Mike Moore (1980).................................................... 3 7. 22 tied at................................................................... 2 SAVES 1. Jackson Markert (2000)........................................... 15 2. Justin Ramsey (2004).............................................. 13 3. Todd Burns (1983)................................................... 11 Matt Hoffman (1999).............................................. 11 Dallas Martin (2001)............................................... 11 6. T.J. Kelly (2008)....................................................... 10 7. Matt Rush (2011)...........................................9 8. Todd Burns (1984)..................................................... 8 Jeff Eddings (1991)................................................... 8 9. Jeff Eddings (1992)................................................... 7 Brian Stensler (1997)................................................ 7 Bryan Reichard (1998).............................................. 7 Sean Jarrett (2006)................................................... 7

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NCAA Postseason Play 1973 Midwest Regional Tulsa, Okla. Tulsa 6, ORU 0 ORU 11, Creighton 4 Tulsa 2, ORU 1

1985 Midwest Regional Stillwater, Okla. Wichita State 12, ORU 1 ORU 17, Minnesota 8 Wichita State 15, ORU 14

1978 Midwest Regional J.L. Johnson Stadium ORU 10, Oklahoma State 3 ORU 8, Southern Illinois 5 ORU 7, Southern Illinois 2

1986 Mideast Regional Ann Arbor, Mich. Central Michigan 7, ORU 2 ORU 6, Michigan 5 Central Michigan 6, ORU 2

1980 Midwest Regional J.L. Johnson Stadium Arkansas 3, ORU 2 UNLV 4, ORU 0

1987 West I Regional Palo Alto, Calif. Washington State 10, ORU 5 ORU 7, Minnesota 0 ORU 11, Wichita State 4 ORU 14, Washington State 13 Stanford 9, ORU 4

1981 Midwest Regional J.L. Johnson Stadium Oklahoma State 4, ORU 3 ORU 3, San Diego State 1 ORU 7, Southern Illinois 2 Oklahoma State 8, ORU 5 1982 Midwest Regional Stillwater, Okla. Middle Tennessee 3, ORU 2 Minnesota 9, ORU 0 1982 Midwest Regional Stillwater, Okla. Middle Tennessee 3, ORU 2 Minnesota 9, ORU 0 1983 Midwest Regional Stillwater, Okla. ORU 7, Arkansas 6 Oklahoma State 9, ORU 8 ORU 6, Wichita State 5 Oklahoma State 10, ORU 9

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2001 Los Angeles Regional Los Angeles, Calif. Southern Cal 12, ORU 4 Fresno State 2, ORU 1

2006 Clemson Super Regional Clemson, S.C. Clemson 11, ORU 8 Clemson 6, ORU 5

2002 Wichita Regional Wichita, Kan. ORU 6, Wichita State 1 Arkansas 7, ORU 6 ORU 15, Wichita State 8 Arkansas 11, ORU 6

2007 Wichita Regional Wichita, Kan. Arizona 4, ORU 3 Wichita State 11, ORU 4

2003 College Station Regional College Station, Texas Texas A&M 6, ORU 3 Houston 4, ORU 2

2008 Lincoln Regional Lincoln, Neb. UC-Irvine 9, ORU 7 ORU 8, Eastern Illinois 7 (10) ORU 8, Nebraska 0 UC-Irvine 8, ORU 0

2004 Austin Regional Austin, Texas ORU 6, TCU 5 Texas 7, ORU 5 ORU 10, TCU 1 Texas 7, ORU3

2009 Tempe Regional Tempe, Ariz. ORU 13, Cal Poly 3 Arizona State 4, ORU 1 ORU 15, Kent State 10 Arizona State 8, ORU 3

1999 Midwest Regional Wichita, Kan. Wichita State 13, ORU 5 Oklahoma State 12, ORU 4

2005 Clemson Regional Clemson, S.C. Charleston 5, ORU 2 ORU 6, NC A&T 3 ORU 6, Charleston 0 Clemson 8, ORU 3

2010 Norman Regional Norman, Okla. Oklahoma 7, ORU 6 (10 inn.) ORU 9, California 8 North Carolina 12, ORU 4

2000 Oklahoma City Regional Oklahoma City, Okla. Oklahoma 6, ORU 5 (11) ORU 4, Delaware 2 Oklahoma 9, ORU 7

2006 Arkansas Regional Fayetteville, Ark. ORU 4, Arkansas 3 ORU 5, Oklahoma State 4 ORU 9, Oklahoma State 2

1998 Central Regional College Station, Texas Rice 11, ORU 1 ORU 20, UNC Charlotte 13 Washington 13, ORU 6

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2011 Fort Worth Regional Fort Worth, Texas TCU 10, ORU 2 ORU 7, Oklahoma 0 ORU 8, TCU 4 ORU 7, Dallas Baptist 2 Dallas Baptist 11, ORU 9

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1978 College World Series Golden Eagles Make First Appearance in the NCAA College World Series The 1978 ORU Titans remain the only team in school history to advance to the College World Series. Under the guidance of head coach Larry Cochell, the Titans swept through the Midwest Regional in Tulsa at ORU’s newly opened J.L. Johnson Stadium, beating Oklahoma State and Southern Illinois (twice). ORU made a splash in its initial CWS game, routing North Carolina 11-0 on June 3. Center fielder Vince Bienek went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and four RBI for ORU and Ron Meridith hurled a complete game shutout for the Titans, fanning eight batters. The next day, ORU faced a powerful Arizona State team which featured future Major League stars Bob Horner, Hubie Brooks and Chris Bando.The Titans, though, weren’t intimidated. ORU scored five first-inning runs, highlighted by Bill Springman’s grand slam. The Titans carried a 5-0 lead into the bottom of the third when Horner matched Springman by belting his own grand slam and trimming ORU’s lead to 5-4. The Sun Devils took the lead in the bottom of the fourth, getting three runs on a bases loaded walk, a fielder’s choice and a sacrifice fly for a 7-5 lead. The contest remained 7-5 until ORU rallied in the top of the ninth. Back-to-back doubles by Springman and Gary D’Onofrio made it 7-6, but ASU reliever Ken Jones came on to retire the next three batters to preserve the game. ORU and Miami met on June 5 in an elimination game. The Hurricanes grabbed a 3-0 lead with three runs in the second. But Aurdie Culbert hit a two-run homer in the fourth inning, trimming Miami’s lead to 3-2. Miami scored single runs in the fifth and sixth for a 5-2 lead, and ORU pulled to within 5-3 in the eighth on George Bjorkman’s RBI triple, but the Titans got no closer and were eliminated. The 1978 Titans finished the season 45-12 and ranked No. 5 by Collegiate Baseball newspaper. The ‘78 Titans also featured future Major Leaguers George Bjorkman and Ron Meridith. Bjorkman, Meridith and Springman each earned All-American honors.

1978 College World Series North Carolina vs Oral Roberts June 3, 1978 at Omaha, NE (Rosenblatt Stadium) North Carolina 0 Oral Roberts 11 Player AB R H BI Player AB R H BI Lloyd lf...............4 0 0 0 Stone rf.................5 2 2 0 Barnett cf...........4 0 0 0 Slemp lf.................5 2 2 0 Clark 2b-ss.........4 0 1 0 Bjorkman c............3 3 1 0 Atkinson 3b-2b .2 0 0 0 Culbert 1b..............2 1 1 1 Robinson rf........4 0 0 0 Bienek cf................5 2 3 4 Rouse 1b............4 0 2 0 Volk 3b..................3 1 1 2 Fox dh................4 0 0 0 Springman 2b........4 0 0 1 Griffith ss............2 0 0 0 D’Onofrio ss...........3 0 0 0 Henderson 3b.....2 0 1 0 Bream dh...............4 0 0 0 Brewer c.............3 0 0 0 Meridith p.............0 0 0 0 Norris p..............0 0 0 0 Kirk p.................0 0 0 0 DeRatt p.............0 0 0 0 Johnson p...........0 0 0 0 Totals...............33 0 4 0 Totals...................34 11 10 9 Score by Innings R H E --------------------------------------------North Carolina........ 000 000 000 - 0 4 2 Oral Roberts........... 012 440 00x - 1 3 2 --------------------------------------------E-Griffith 2; Springman, D’Onofrio. DP-none. LOB-UNC 8, ORU 9. 2B-Calrk, Bienek. 3B-Bienek. HR-none. SB-Rouse, Stone 2, Bjorkman. SH-none. SF-Culbert, Volk. UNC IP H R ER BB SO ORU IP H R ER BB SO Norris 3.2 7 7 6 6 3 Meridith 9 4 0 0 2 8 Kirk 1.1 3 4 4 1 0 DeRatt 2.0 0 0 0 1 2 Johnson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Win - Meridith (14-1). Loss - Norris (12-1). Save - None. WP - Norris. PB Griffith. HBP - none. Umpires - Williams, Grainger, Steiner, Christal. Time: 2:21 Attendance: 9, 739

1978 College World Series Oral Roberts vs Arizona State June 4, 1978 at Omaha, NE (Rosenblatt Stadium) Oral Roberts 6 Arizona State 7 Player AB R H BI Player AB R H BI Stone rf..............5 0 0 0 Moon lf..................3 2 1 0 Slemp lf..............3 1 0 0 Michael rf..............4 1 1 1 Bjorkman c.........4 0 1 0 Brooks ss...............2 1 1 1 Culbert 1b..........3 1 0 0 Horner 3b..............3 1 1 5 Bienek cf............4 1 1 1 Bando c.................3 0 2 0 Volk 3b...............3 1 1 0 Anicich 1b..............4 0 0 0 Springman 2b....4 2 3 4 Allen 2b.................4 0 0 0 D’Onofrio ss........4 0 1 1 Hudgens dh...........3 1 0 0 Bream dh...........4 0 0 0 Irvine cf.................4 1 2 0 Hollier p.............0 0 0 0 Dean p...................0 0 0 0 Macias p.............0 0 0 0 Jones p..................0 0 0 0 Totals...............34 6 7 6 Totals...................30 7 8 7 Score by Innings R H E --------------------------------------------Oral Roberts...........500 000 001 - 6 7 2 Arizona State......... 004 300 00x - 7 8 0 --------------------------------------------E-Volk, D’Onofrio. DP-ORU 2. LOB-ORU 5, ASU 7. 2B-Volk, Bjorkman, Springman, D’Onofrio, Moon. HR-Springman, Horner. SH-none. SF-Horner. ORU IP H R ER BB SO ASU IP H R ER BB SO Hollier 3.0 5 7 7 6 0 Dean 8.0 7 6 6 4 4 Macias 5.0 3 0 0 1 1 Jones 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 Win - Dean (8-3). Loss - Hollier (8-3). Save - Jones (4). WP - none. PB - none. HBP - none. Umpires - Steiner, Williams, Rountree, Mariano. Time: 2:25 Attendance: 12,116 1978 College World Series Miami vs Oral Roberts June 5, 1978 at Omaha, NE (Rosenblatt Stadium) Miami 5 Oral Roberts 3 Player AB R H BI Player AB R H BI Shapiro 2b..........4 0 0 0 Stone rf.................4 0 0 0 Batter c..............5 0 1 0 Slemp lf.................3 1 1 0 Robbins cf..........5 1 1 0 Bjorkman c............4 1 3 1 Guerra dh-p.......3 1 2 0 Culbert 1b..............4 1 1 2 Brewer rf............4 1 3 1 Bienek cf................4 0 0 0 Tyner lf...............2 1 1 0 Volk 3b..................4 0 1 0 Acosta lf.............1 0 0 0 Springman 2b........3 0 0 0 Squilla 1b...........3 1 1 1 D’Onofrio ss...........4 0 0 0 Akchurin 3b........3 0 1 2 Bream dh...............4 0 1 0 Pazo ss...............3 0 0 1 Stewart p...............0 0 0 0 Vila p..................0 0 0 0 Heiser p.................0 0 0 0 Totals...............33 5 10 5 Totals...................34 3 7 3 Score by Innings R H E --------------------------------------------Miami....................030 011 000 - 5 10 2 Oral Roberts.......... 000 200 010 - 3 7 1 --------------------------------------------E-Springman. DP-none. LOB-Miami 7, ORU 6. 2B-Akchurin, Robbins, Bjorkman, Bream. 3B-Slemp, Bjorkman. HR-Culbert. SB-Batter. SH-Tyler, Akchurin, Pazo. SF-Squilla. Miami IP H R ER BB SO ORU IP H R ER BB SO Vila 7.0 7 3 3 1 2 Stewart 5.0 9 5 5 1 1 Guerra 2.0 0 0 0 0 1 Heiser 4.0 1 0 0 1 3 Win - Vila (12-1). Loss - Stewart (10-2). Save - Guerra. WP - Stewart. PB - none. HBP - Slemp (by Vila). Umpires - Williams, Steiner, Grainger, Rountree. Time: 2:01 Attendance: 7,604

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ORU in the MLB Draft The following players have been drafted by and/or signed with professional teams since 1973. Players in Bold reached Major Leagues. Year Player Rd. Organization 1973 Greg Davis (OF) 14th Baltimore 1977 Bill Springman (INF) 1st Pittsburgh 1977 Bob Volk (INF) 16th Chicago (AL) 1978 Buddy Slemp (OF) 32nd Detroit 1978 Wayne Stone (OF) 31st Chicago (NL) 1978 Bob Volk (INF) 17th San Diego 1978 Bill Springman (INF) 7th Anaheim 1978 George Bjorkman (C) 4th St. Louis 1978 Ron Meridith (P) 4th Houston 1979 Al Majia (C) 1st Los Angeles (NL) 1979 Warren Hollier (P) 8th California 1980 Mike Mason (P) 1st Texas 1980 Jeff Heathcock (P) 1st Houston 1980 Mark Bonner (OF) 22nd Atlanta 1980 Gary D’Onofrio (INF) 13th Houston 1980 Dave Yobs (OF) 8th New York (AL) 1981 Ray Krawczyk (P) 1st Pittsburgh 1981 Bruce Heiser (INF) 19th Atlanta 1981 Bobby Macias (P) 18th San Diego 1981 Dave Yobs (OF) 14th Chicago (AL) 1981 Bud Bartholow (P) 11th Philadelphia 1981 Tom Nieto (C) 3rd St. Louis 1981 Kelvin Torve (INF) 2nd San Francisco 1981 Mike Moore (P) 1st Seattle 1982 Keith Mucha (INF) 31st Oakland 1983 Roger Lewis (P) 19th Oakland 1983 Ken Houp (C) 16th Cincinnati 1983 Dave Atten (OF) 15th San Francisco 1983 Keith Mucha (INF) 14th Baltimore 1983 Steve Wolff (INF) 13th San Diego 1983 Greg Cottrell (C) 13th Minnesota 1983 Ron Henika (INF) 7th Cincinnati 1984 Todd Burns (P) 7th Oakland 1984 Keith Miller (OF) 2nd New York (AL) 1985 Tim McCoy (P) 3rd Texas 1985 Page Odle (OF) 34th Pittsburgh 1985 Mike Batesole (INF) 14th Los Angeles (NL) 1985 Joe Dunlap (INF) 4th Cincinnati 1986 Mike Shambaugh (INF) 28th Baltimore 1986 Craig Colbert (INF) 20th San Francisco 1986 Anthony LaPoint (P) 19th Chicago (NL) 1986 Keith Lockhart (INF) 11th Cincinnati 1986 Tim McCoy (P) 6th San Francisco 1987 Pete Schmidt (OF) 38th Philadelphia 1987 Kyle Irvin (P) 21st New York (NL) 1987 Brad Robinson (OF) 19th Cincinnati

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Year Player Rd. Organization 1987 Brad Harvick (P) 14th St. Louis 1987 Steve Hecht (INF) 5th San Francisco 1987 Bob Zupcic (OF) 1st Boston 1988 Sean Grubb (P) 27th St. Louis 1988 Kyle Irvin (P) 23rd Kansas City 1988 Rick Vaughn (C) 18th Toronto 1988 Anthony Ward (P) 10th Toronto 1989 Jay Franklin (P) 8th Texas 1990 David Marcon (P) 26th Toronto 1991 John O’Brien (INF) 34th St. Louis 1991 Paul Meade (INF) 9th Cleveland 1992 Mark Moore (C) 50th Oakland 1993 Bryan Wolff (P) 18th San Diego 1995 Nick Kast (P) 60th St. Louis 1995 Harold Frazier (P) 32nd Seattle 1996 Brandon Marsters (C) 9th Philadelphia 1996 Brian Rios (SS) 18th Detroit 1996 Lance Calmus (RHP) FA Cleveland 1996 Chris Dooley (RHP) FA St. Louis 1997 Brett Casper (OF) 8th San Francisco 1998 Mike Dean (C) 3rd San Francisco 1998 Derek Dixon (RHP) FA Cleveland 1998 Paul Weeks (INF) FA St. Louis 1999 Mike Hill (OF) 18th Houston 1999 Jason Clements (SS) 19th Oakland 1999 Matt Hoffman (P) 21st Colorado 1999 Andrew Mosher (P) FA Milwaukee 2000 Jackson Markert (RHP) 11th San Francisco 2000 Mike Rose (RHP) 15th Montreal 2000 Ryan Neill (OF) 24th Detroit 2000 Jordan Gerk (LHP) 40th Detroit 2000 Bryan Gann (2B) 49th San Francisco 2001 Steve Holm (SS) 17th San Francisco 2001 Michael Rogers (RHP) 20th Cleveland 2001 Trevor Leu (LHP) 32nd Detroit 2001 Brian Hickman (C) FA Chicago (AL) 2002 Wilton Reynolds (OF) 7th Detroit 2002 Troy Pickford (RHP) 8th Detroit 2002 Stockton Davis (RHP) 21st Montreal 2002 Doug Bernier (INF) FA Colorado 2003 David Castillo (C) 7th Oakland 2004 Matt VanDerBosch (OF) 9th Boston 2004 Grant Plumley (SS) 9th New York (AL) 2004 Josh Lex (C) 28th Toronto 2004 Nate Griffin (C) 40th New York (AL) 2004 Rene Recio (RHP) 48th Detroit ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY

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Year Player Rd. Organization 2005 Michael Hollimon (SS) 16th Detroit 2005 Dennis Bigley (RHP) 22nd Toronto 2005 Travis DeBondt (OF) 22nd Los Angeles (NL) 2005 Matt Hancock (LHP) 27th Boston 2005 Tim Robertson (RHP) 31st Detroit 2005 Dane Towery (RHP) FA Boston 2006 Andy Bouchie (C) 7th Milwaukee 2006 Sean Jarrett (RHP) 20th Colorado 2006 Tim Torres (SS) 23rd Houston 2007 Jeremy Hefner (RHP) 5th San Diego 2007 Chance Chapman (RHP) 8th Philadelphia 2007 Jake Kahaulelio (2B) 20th Cincinnati 2007 Eric Crichton (RHP) 20th Detroit 2007 Chad Rothford (1B) 42nd San Francisco 2007 Chris Ashman (RHP) FA Toronto 2008 David Genao (C) 18th Tampa Bay 2008 Adam Younger (SS) 18th Los Angeles (AL) 2008 Brian Van Kirk (OF) 21st Toronto 2008 Ryan Groth (OF) 22nd Los Angeles (AL) 2008 Michael Jarman (LHP) 26th Tampa Bay 2008 Carlos Luna (RHP) 30th Colorado 2008 Ben Petralli (C) 33rd Texas 2008 Brendan Duffy (OF) 41st Arizona 2009 Jerry Sullivan (RHP) 3rd San Diego 2009 Mark Serrano (RHP) 6th Cincinnati 2009 Andre Lamontagne (RHP) 11th Milwaukee 2009 Juan Martinez (INF) 46th San Francisco 2009 Johnny Roberts (OF) FA Toronto 2010 Tyler Saladino (SS) 7th Chicago (A) 2010 Dallas Beeler (RHP) 41st Chicago (N) 2010 Seth Furmanek (1B) FA Kansas City 2011 Nick Baligod (OF) 41st Toronto 2011 Chris Elder (OF) FA Kansas City

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ORU in the Major Leagues Doug Bernier - INF - 2001-02

Michael Hollimon - SS - 2005

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 2008 COL 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 2008 DET 11 23 4 6 2 1 1 2 0 .261

George Bjorkman - C - 1977-78

Steve Holm - SS - 2000-01

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 1983 HOU 29 75 8 17 4 0 2 14 0 .227

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 2008 SFG 49 84 10 22 9 0 1 6 0 .262 2009 SFG 4 7 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 .286 2011 MIN 6 17 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 .118 Totals 59 109 12 26 10 0 1 6 0 .238

Todd Burns - RHP - 1982-84

Ray Krawczyk - RHP - 1981

YR TM G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 1988 Oak 17 14 102.2 93 34 57 8 2 1 3.16 1989 Oak 50 2 96.1 66 28 49 6 5 8 2.24 1990 Oak 43 2 78.2 78 32 43 3 3 3 2.98 1991 Oak 9 0 13.1 10 8 3 1 0 0 3.38 1992 Tex 35 10 103.0 97 32 55 3 5 1 3.85 1993 St/TX 49 5 95.2 95 41 45 0 8 0 5.08 Totals 203 33 2 489.2 439 175 252 21 23 13 3.47

YR TM G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 1984 Pit 4 0 5.1 7 4 3 0 0 0 3.38 1985 Pit 8 0 8.1 20 6 9 0 2 0 14.04 1986 Pit 12 0 12.1 17 10 7 0 1 0 7.30 1988 Cal 14 1 24.1 29 8 17 0 1 1 4.81 1989 Mil 1 0 2.0 4 1 6 0 0 0 13.50 Totals 39 1 52.1 77 29 42 0 4 1 7.05

Craig Colbert - INF - 1984-86

Keith Lockhart - INF - 1985-86

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 1992 SF 49 126 10 29 5 2 1 16 1 .230 1993 SF 23 37 2 6 2 0 1 5 0 .162 Totals 72 163 12 35 7 2 2 21 1 .215

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 1994 SD 27 43 4 9 0 0 2 6 1 .209 1995 KC 94 274 41 88 19 3 6 33 8 .321 1996 KC 138 433 49 118 33 3 7 55 11 .273 1997 Atl 96 147 25 41 5 3 6 32 0 .279 1998 Atl 109 366 50 94 21 0 9 37 2 .257 1999 Atl 108 161 20 42 3 1 1 21 3 .261 2000 Atl 113 275 32 73 12 3 2 32 4 .265 2001 Atl 104 178 17 39 6 0 3 12 1 .219 2002 Atl 128 296 34 64 13 3 5 32 0 .216 2003 SD 62 95 18 23 5 1 3 8 0 242 Totals 979 2268 290 591 117 17 44 268 30 .261

Jeff Heathcock - RHP - 1980 YR TM 1983 HOU 1985 HOU 1987 HOU 1988 HOU Totals

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G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 6 3 28.0 19 4 12 2 1 1 3.21 14 7 56.1 50 13 25 3 1 1 3.36 19 2 42.2 44 9 15 4 2 1 3.16 17 1 31.0 33 16 12 0 5 0 5.81 56 13 158.0 146 42 64 9 9 3 3.76

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ORU in the Major Leagues Mike Mason - LHP - 1980

Tom Nieto - C - 1981

YR TM G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 1982 Tex 4 4 23.0 21 9 8 1 2 0 5.09 1983 Tex 5 0 10.2 10 6 9 0 2 0 5.91 1984 Tex 36 24 184.1 159 51 113 9 13 0 3.61 1985 Tex 38 30 179.0 212 73 92 8 15 0 4.83 1986 Tex 27 22 135.0 135 56 85 7 3 0 4.33 1987 Chi/TX 25 10 67.0 80 45 49 4 3 0 5.64 1988 Min 5 0 6.2 8 9 7 0 1 0 10.80 Totals 140 90 605.2 625 249 363 29 39 0 4.53

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 1984 STL 33 86 7 24 4 0 3 12 0 .279 1985 STL 95 253 15 57 10 2 0 34 0 .225 1986 MON 30 65 5 13 3 1 1 7 0 .200 1987 MIN 41 105 7 21 7 1 1 12 0 .200 1988 MIN 24 60 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 .067 1989 PHI 11 20 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 .150 1990 PHI 17 30 1 5 0 0 0 4 0 .167 Totals 251 619 37 127 24 4 5 69 0 .205

Ron Meridith - LHP - 1977-78

Kelvin Torve - INF - 1979-81

YR TM G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 1984 Chi-N 3 0 5.1 6 2 4 0 0 0 3.38 1985 Chi-N 32 0 46.1 53 24 23 3 2 1 4.47 1986 Tex 5 0 3.0 2 1 2 1 0 0 3.00 1987 Tex 11 0 20.2 25 12 17 1 0 0 6.10 Totals 51 0 75.1 86 39 46 5 2 1 4.78

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1988 MIN 12 16 1990 NY-N 20 38 1991 NY-N 10 8 Totals 42 62

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Keith Miller - INF - 1982-84

Bob Zupcic - OF - 1985-87

YR TM G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI SB BA 1987 NY 25 51 14 19 2 2 0 1 8 .373 1988 NY 40 70 9 15 1 1 1 5 0 .214 1989 NY 57 143 15 33 7 0 1 7 6 .231 1990 NY 88 233 42 60 8 0 1 12 16 .258 1991 NY 98 275 41 77 22 1 4 23 14 .280 1992 KC 106 416 57 118 24 4 4 38 16 .284 1993 KC 37 108 9 18 3 0 0 3 3 .167 1994 KC 5 15 1 2 0 0 0 3 0 .133 1995 KC 9 15 2 5 0 0 1 3 0 .333 Totals 465 1326 190 347 67 8 12 92 63 .262

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2 2 0 4

0 .188 0 .289 0 .000 0 .226

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1991 BOS 18 25 3 4 0 1992 BOS 124 392 46 108 19 1993 BOS 141 286 40 69 24 1994 BO/CH-A 36 92 10 18 4 Totals 319 795 99 199 47

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1 3 2 1 7

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Mike Moore - RHP - 1979-81 YR TM G GS IP H BB SO W L S ERA 1982 Sea 28 27 144.1 159 79 73 7 14 0 5.36 1983 Sea 22 21 128.0 130 60 108 6 8 0 4.71 1984 Sea 34 33 212.0 236 85 158 7 17 0 4.97 1985 Sea 35 34 247.0 230 70 155 17 10 0 3.46 1986 Sea 38 37 266.0 279 94 146 11 13 1 4.30 1987 Sea 33 33 231.0 268 84 115 9 19 0 4.71 1988 Sea 37 32 228.2 196 63 182 9 15 1 3.78 1989 Oak 35 35 241.2 193 83 172 19 11 0 2.61 1990 Oak 33 33 199.1 204 84 73 13 15 0 4.65 1991 Oak 33 33 210.0 176 105 153 17 8 0 2.96 1992 Oak 36 36 223.0 229 103 117 17 12 0 4.12 1993 Det 36 36 213.2 227 89 89 13 9 0 5.22 1994 Det 25 25 154.1 152 89 62 11 10 0 5.42 1995 Det 25 25 132.2 179 68 64 5 15 0 7.53 Totals 450 440 2831.2 2858 1156 1667 161 176 2 4.39

Steve Holm (right) and Michael Hollimon (left) both made their Major League debuts in 2008, batting .261 and .262, respectively.

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Retired Jerseys

#1

Larry Cochell On April 23, 1996, the Oral Roberts University baseball program held a special ceremony before its game versus Oklahoma to honor and pay tribute to former head coach Larry Cochell. Larry Cochell is the all-time winningest coach in ORU history, compiling a career record of 428-172-1. In his 10 years, he took ORU to seven NCAA Regional Championships, including four straight from 1980 to 1983. In 1978, he guided ORU to its first and only appearance in the College World Series and was named as the NCAA District 5 Coach of the Year. Cochell coached 15 All-Americans at

ORU, including seven who earned first-team honors. He also guided ORU to 51 wins in 1983, the most in the school’s Division I history. ORU never had a losing season under Cochell, and his .712 winning percentage is tops among all ORU baseball coaches. Cochell has been a success at nearly every stop during his lengthy career. He is one of only three head coaches (Ron Polk and Andy Lopez are the others) to take three different schools (ORU, Cal-State Fullerton, Oklahoma) to the College World Series.

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Jim Brewer Jim Brewer served as an assistant coach at Oral Roberts University from 1979 to 1986. Before coming to ORU, Brewer spent 19 seasons as a pitcher in the major leagues with the Chicago Cubs (1960-63), the Los Angeles Dodgers (1964-75) and the California Angels (1975). Brewer, who helped the Dodgers to three National League pennants and the 1965 World Series title, was selected to the 1973 NL All-Star team and retired in 1975 with 127 career saves. Brewer first began working with the ORU staff on a part-time basis in 1979 and joined the staff as a full-time assistant in 1981. Under Brewer’s leadership, ORU quickly

developed a tradition of producing great pitchers, which included major leaguers Mike Moore, Mike Mason, Jeff Heathcock and Todd Burns. During his tenure, the pitching staff ranked among the national leaders in ERA, leading the nation three different seasons. Brewer’s number was retired shortly after a tragic car accident that claimed his life on Nov. 16, 1987, and his number was given a formal ceremony to honor his services on April 5, 1997.

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Mike Moore Former ORU standout and 14-year Major League veteran Mike Moore had his number 22 jersey retired on April 22, 2003. Moore, who pitched at ORU from 1979-81, was the number one overall draft selection by the Seattle Mariners in the 1981 June Amateur Draft. He went on to spend 14 seasons in the big leagues with Seattle, Oakland and Detroit, compiling a 161-176 career record. Moore was selected to the American League All-Star team while pitching for Oakland in 1989 as he went 19-11

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with a 2.61 ERA for the World Champion A’s. Moore helped lead Oakland to consecutive American League pennants (1989-90), serving as a key member of one of baseball’s most feared starting rotations, alongside Dave Stewart and Bob Welch. While at ORU, Moore won 28 games in three seasons playing for Larry Cochell, leaving as the school’s all-time wins leader. He was named a First Team All-American by The Sporting News in 1981.

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Letterwinners A Adams, Herb (OF/P).............. 1972-75 Adelmann, Mark (3B/2B)........1976-78 Aguailar, Brian (C)................ 2005-06 Ahumada, Jerry (OF)............ 1982-83 Allen, David (OF).................. 1980-83 Anderson, Eric (SS).....................1979 Archambo, Jay (P).......................1985 Ashman, Chris (P)................. 2006-07 Atchley, Chris (INF).....................1996 B Baker, Ben (INF)..........................2006 Baker, Jeff (3B/2B)................ 1979-82 Ball, Ronnie (P)..........................2006 Baligod, Nick (OF)................. 2010-11 Barbosa, Robert (OF)............ 2009-10 Barnes, Stephen (P).............. 2008-09 Barnett, Jordan (INF)............ 2004-05 Barnett, Spencer (INF).2011-pres. Barrett, Dusty (P).................. 1996-99 Barth, Jason (C).................... 2009-10 Bartholow, Bud (P)............... 1979-81 Barton, Steve (P/1B)............. 1988-89 Basch, Chris (1B).........................1989 Baskin, Jason (1B)......................1994 Batesole, Mike (3B).............. 1983-85 Beeler, Dallas (P)........................2010 Bennett, T.J. (INF)...... 2011-pres. Bernier, Doug (INF)........... 2001-2002 Berry, Perry (2B)................... 1988-89 Bienek, Vincent (OF)...................1978 Bigley, Dennis (P/INF)........... 2002-05 Bishoff, Allen (OF/3B)........... 1988-89 Bittick, Chris (3B).................. 1992-93 Bjorkman, George (C)........... 1977-78 Blake, Ben (C).............................1989 Bolt, Jim (IF)...............................1984 Bonner, Mark (OF)................ 1979-80 Bordas, Rich (OF).................. 1984-87 Bos, Jimmy (P)...................... 1997-98 Bosley, Cory (P)...........................2006 Bouchie, Andy (C).......................2006 Bowen, Drew (P)........ 2009-pres. Bowen, Floyd (2B/3B)........... 1970-73 Bowman, Brian (C)........... 1998-1999 Boyle, Danny (2B)................. 2001-02 Brackenridge, Lyle (IF)................1978 Branch, David (P)........................1991 Bream, Doug (P/OF)............. 1975-78 Bream, Dwight (OF).............. 1977-80 Brewer, Scott (P)................... 1981-84 Brown, Andy (P)..........1999, 2001-02 Brumble, Kyle (C).............. 1997-1999 Buker, Bill (C)..............................1980 Burch, Brett (C)..................... 2008-11 Burgess, Kurt (P)................... 1990-91 Burgess, Larry (P).......................1974 Burleson, Jeff (P).................. 2009-10 Burns, Todd (P)..................... 1982-84 Butler, Tom (P)...................... 1974-77 Button, Steve (P)........................1985 C Cain, Steve (P)...................... 1970-73 Calcutt, Steve (OF)................ 1971-72 Calmus, Lance (P)................. 1995-96

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Calton, Eric (P)...................... 1998-99 Campbell, Scott (SS)............. 2000-03 Canady, Allan (IF).......................1979 Cantu, Manny (IF)................. 1990-91 Cantu, Issac (P)...........................2003 Carroll, Brett (P).................... 2008-09 Casian, Larry (P).........................1984 Casillas, Adam (OF/P)........... 1984-87 Casper, Brett (OF).................. 1995-97 Castillo, David (C).................. 2001-03 Chalfant, Alex (P)........................2003 Chambers, Bryan (OF).................1997 Chapman, Chance (P)........... 2006-07 Cheney, Jack (P).................... 1970-73 Chick, Bobby (P).........................1987 Chissoe, Ron (P).................... 1972-73 Clabough, Mark (P).............. 1979-80 Clark, Garry (P)..................... 1985-86 Clark, Hank (P/1B)................ 1990-92 Clements, Jason (SS)..................1999 Colbert, Craig (OF/3B)........... 1984-86 Cole, Tim (OF).............................1997 Colin, Matt (OF)..........................2001 Collins, Wes (OF).........................1982 Collup, Andrew (P/INF)...............2003 Condon, Rich (P).........................1996 Cook, Larry (C)...................... 1968-71 Cottrell, Greg (C)................... 1982-83 Crichton, Erik (P)................... 2006-07 Crosnoe, Cory (3B)................ 1990-91 Crowson, Andy (P)......................1990 Culbert, Aurdie (1B).............. 1978-79 Culver, Kirk (IF)...........................1980 Cummings, Tom (2B)..................1976 Cunningham, Eric (P)..................2000 D Dargatz, Jeff (P)..........................1993 Davis, Greg (OF).................... 1970-73 Davis, Stockton (P)............... 1999-02 Delso, Dusty (OF).................. 1981-84 Dean, Mike (OF)..........................1998 DeBondt, Travis..................... 2005-06 Devilbiss, Layle (P)......................2002 Dinsmore, Brian (1B/P)......... 1995-98 Dishman, Jeff (3B)......................1987 Dixon, Derek (P)................... 1997-98 Dobson, Matt (OF/3B).......... 1991-94 Doherty, Tim (SS).................. 1987-88 D’Onofrio, Gary (SS).............. 1977-80 Dooley, Chris (P)................... 1993-96 Donelson, Zach (DH)...................1999 Donaldson, Erick (OF)........... 2000-02 Dowling, Derrick (C)............. 1990-91 Duffield, Zach (1B)................ 1997-98 Duffy, Brendan (OF).............. 2006-08 Duffy, Danny (INF)......................2009 Duncan, Derek (2B).............. 1992-95 Duncan, Drew (SS)................ 1996-98 Dunlap, Joe (SS).................... 1983-85 Dunn, Jameson (P)............... 2008-10 Dunsmore, Jim (2B)....................1974 E Eastlick, Rick (P).........................1996 Eddings, Jeff (P).................... 1991-94 Edwards, Justin (P).....................2005

Elder, Bobby (IF/OF).............. 1983-84 Elder, Chris (OF).................... 2010-11 F Farrell, Sandy (P)........................1997 Feauto, Grant (OF)......................1989 Ferguson, Kevin (SS)............. 1997-98 Fisher, Brad (P).......... 2011-pres. Fitch, Ray (P)........................ 1996-97 Foster, Bear (1B)................... 1993-94 Foster, Sean (3B)........................1994 Franklin, Jay (P)..........................1989 Freeman, Paul (IF)................ 1991-94 Freeman, Rodney (OF)................1990 Freeman, Wes (P)............. 1997-2000 Frisby, Josh (P)............................1997 Fryan, Mark (IF)..........................1984 Furmanek, Seth (C)............... 2009-10 G Galatas, Herman (OF).................2003 Gallier, Don (SS).................... 1974-75 Gann, Bryan (2B).............. 1998-2000 Garcia, Aaron (C).........................2005 Garcia, Rip (P)....................... 1986-87 Gardner, Ricky (INF)....................2008 Garewal, Tyler (OF)............... 2009-10 Garner, Homer (P)................. 1991-93 Garvin, Will (3B).........................1988 Genao, David (C)................... 2007-08 Gerk, Jordan (P)..........................2000 Gibson, Mike (IF).................. 1981-82 Gonzalez, Alex (P)...... 2011-pres. Gonzales, Marco (P)....................2006 Gor, Nick (P)................................2003 Gore, Kevin (P)...................... 1988-89 Gore, Ricky (P)............................1989 Gossett, Steve (P).......................1985 Grace, Jason (P)..........................2008 Greathouse, David (OF/P)...........1990 Greenwalt, Daniel (P)........... 2005-06 Greer, Brett (SS)..........................1987 Griffin, Chandler (P)....................2009 Griffin, J.T. (1B)..................... 1996-97 Griffin, Nate (C).................... 2003-04 Groth, Ryan (OF).........................2008 Grover, Ben (P)..................... 2008-09 Grubb, Bill (3B)..................... 1976-77 Grubb, Sean (P/1B)............... 1987-88 Gryskevich, Larry (P/1B)....... 1985-86 Guest, Mark (P)..................... 2010-11 Gurney, Kent (IF).........................1981 H Hale, Preston (1B)................. 1968-71 Haley, Paul (P)...................... 1979-82 Halovanic, Nick (P)................ 2006-08 Hammontree, Steve (1B)...... 1974-77 Hancock, Matt (P)................. 2004-05 Hanson, Brian (INF).............. 2004-05 Hargrove, Andy (1B)...................2003 Harrigan, Sean (P)......................1982 Harrington, Matt (OF).................1995 Harrison, Chris (1B).............. 1979-81 Harvick, Brad (P)........................1987 Harvick, Matt (C)........................2002 Healy, Brandon (INF).. 2011-pres.

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Heathcock, Jeff (P)......................1980 Hecht, Steve (2B/OF)............ 1984-87 Hedgepeth, Lance (P)........... 1980-81 Hefner, Jeremy (P)......................2007 Heiser, Bruce (P/2B).............. 1978-81 Helm, Gordon (P/1B)............ 1972-75 Helms, Stacy (P)................... 1983-84 Henika, Ron (1B/3B)............. 1980-83 Henshaw, Terry (C)......................1979 Herrel, Larry (P)..........................1985 Hill, Mike (SS/OF)............. 1996-1999 Hickey, Brandon (P).......... 2006-2007 Hickman, Brian (C)............... 2000-01 Hoffman, Matt (P)............ 1998-1999 Hollier, Warren (P)................ 1977-79 Hollimon, Michael (SS)...............2005 Holm, Steve (SS)................... 2000-01 Holson, Chris (C).........................1995 Hoskison, Keith (C)............... 1984-85 Houp, Ken (C)....................... 1980-83 Hughes, George (C)............... 1973-74 Humen, David (P)................. 2001-02 Hust, Adam (C)..................... 1996-97 I Ianelli, Ryan (OF).............. 2004-2006 Irvin, Kyle (P)........................ 1987-88 Irvine, Steve (P).................... 1974-76 J Jackson, Greg (P).................. 1991-92 Jarman, Michael (P)............. 2007-08 Jarrett, Sean (P)..........................2006 Johnson, Mark (C)................. 1982-85 Johnson, Marvin (P)............. 1977-79 Johnson, Pat (1B/OF)............ 1990-91 Johnson, Sean (P)..............2010-pres. Jones, Kevin (3B)........................1989 Jones, Matt (C)...........................1984 Jones, Nick (P)...................... 2005-06 Juenger, Gary (2B)......................1974 K Kahaulelio, Jake (2B)............ 2006-07 Kaigler, Kyle (P).................... 1982-85 Keller, Eric (C/P)..........................2003 Kelly, Brian (OF)..........................1989 Kelly, T.J. (P).......................... 2008-09 Kerby, Stan (P)...................... 1971-72 King, Brandon (OF)..... 2011-pres. Klancnik, Joe (P).........................1986 Kline, Kris (P)..............................2003 Kiel, Josh (C)......................... 2004-05 Knox, Mike (P)...................... 1982-85 Kocan, Mike (2B)........................1990 Koehler, Kyle (SS)........................1994 Konnor, Kris (IF)..........................1981 Koval, Joe (OF)...................... 1978-79 Krawczyk, Ray (P).......................1981 L Lamb, Brian (IF).................... 1981-82 Lamb, Kevin (OF).................. 2002-05 Lamb, Mike (P)...........................2007 Lamontagne, Andre (P)........ 2008-09 Langford, Clare (UT)...................2000 LaPoint, Tony (P).........................1986

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Letterwinners Lee, Jimmy (P/1B)................ 1970-73 Lemons, Jim (OF).................. 1973-76 Lesko, Adam (P)..........................2004 Leu, Trevor (1B/P)................. 2000-01 Lewis, Roger (P)................... 1981-84 Lex, Josh (OF)....................... 2003-04 Liberatore, Joe (OF).............. 1980-83 Liguori, Lars (P)......... 2011-pres. Littlejim, Clint (P).......................1989 Lintt, Jimmy (1B)........................2001 Lockhart, Keith (2B).............. 1985-86 Louis, Brett (C)...................... 1988-91 Luna, Carlos (P).................... 2007-08 M MacAlmon, Grant (OF)............. 2002 Macias, Bob (P)...................1978-81 Machado, Dennis (P)............... 1997 MacLean, Alex (1B).............1995-96 MacNaught, Colin (P)..........1993-97 Mader, Craig (P/1B)............1974-77 Magnon, Tracy (OF)............1991-92 Mallernee, Scott (C)................. 1997 Mansolino, Doug (3B).........1979-80 Manweiler, Steve (P)..........1982-83 Marcon, David (P).................... 1990 Markert, Jackson (P)................ 2000 Marple, Gary (IF/OF)...........1971-72 Martin, Dallas (P)...............2000-03 Martinez, Juan (IF).............2008-09 Martony, Dan (P)...... 2010-pres. Marseilles, John (C)................. 1989 Marsh, John (SS)...................... 1986 Marsters, Brandon (C).............. 1996 Mason, Mike (P/OF)................. 1980 Mattison, Eric (P)................2006-07 Mattner, Kenny (P).................. 2003 McCalip, Greg (OF)..............1988-89 McCoy, Tim (P)....................1985-86 McGinn, Shaun (SS)................. 1993 McGurk, Pat (P)..................1976-77 McIntyre, Graham (OF).2011-pres. McIntyre, Taylor (P).............2003-06 McNamar, Phil (C).................... 1997 McQuigg, Carter (INF).........2006-07 McSpadden, Phil (P)...........1977-78 Meade, Paul (SS)................1988-91 Mejia, Al (C)............................. 1979 Mejia, Jeremiah (OF)............... 2010 Meridith, Ron (P)................1977-78 Merklen, Eddie (OF/P)............. 1983 Merritt, Ryan (OF).................... 1996 Michener, David (OF)..........1990-91 Miller, Keith (IF/OF)............1982-84 Miller, Ronnie (OF)..............1992-93 Minissale, Kelly (OF)...........2005-08 Mitchell, Chris (P)...............1992-93 Mitchell, Justin (OF)............2008-10 Modeste, Scott (INF)...........2003-04 Moore, Mark (C)....................... 1992 Moore, Mike (P)..................1979-81 Mosher, Andrew (IF)...........1998-99 Mosley, Seth (P).................1998-99 Moulton, John (P).................... 1994 Moulton, Rick (C)..................... 1974 Mucha, Keith (1B/3B).........1982-83 Murphy, Ken (P)..................1991-92

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Murphy, Lonnie (C).............2002-04 Murray, Patrick (1B)................. 2008 N Neill, Ryan (1B)...............1997-2000 Nelson, Danny (OF).............1998-99 Nichol, John (OF)..................... 1995 Nieto, Tom (C).......................... 1981 Nipper, Zane (1B/DH).............. 1994 Noble, Chris (3B)...................... 1999 North, Ryan (1B)..................... 1999 Notaro, Michael (1B)...........2008-09 O O’Brien, John (1B)................... 1991 O’Leary, Ian (OF).................2001-02 O’Malley, Kenny (C)............1992-94 Odle, Page (OF)...................1984-85 Oldham, Chris (P).................... 1987 Olinski, Aaron (P)............1995-1997 Oram, Greg (P)....................1985-88 P Patterson, Joe (C).................... 2007 Patterson, Marc (P).............1991-93 Paul, Tristan (3B)..................... 1996 Payne, Mitch (OF)...............1986-90 Pearce, Doug (OF).................... 1995 Pearson, Kit (OF).................1994-95 Pearson, Richard (P)................ 1978 Pearson, Stephen (IB/OF)........ 2007 Peck, Andy (1B/P)...............1992-94 Peters, Calvin (C)...................... 1976 Peters, Rob (C)......................... 1983 Peters, Paul (OF).................1997-98 Petralli, Ben (C)....................... 2008 Petrocelli, Bobby (OF).............. 1981 Pickar, Bennett (C)... 2010-pres. Pickford, Troy (P)...................... 2002 Plumley, Grant (SS).............2003-04 Plunkett, Gil (C)..................1976-77 Posey, Robert (P)..................... 2000 Pratt, Tommy (INF).................. 2002 Price, Colby (INF)................2008-10 Price, Kyle (INF)..................2008-09 R Ramler, Steve (C)................1978-81 Ramont, Shayne (P)............1980-81 Ramsey, Justin (P)..............2003-04 Rasberry, Eric (P)..................... 1990 Ray, Jeff (2B)......................1989-90 Recio, Rene (P)...................2001-05 Reichard, Bryan (P).................. 1998 Reneau, Dale (P)........... 2007-08, 10 Reynolds, Wilton (OF).........2001-02 Richards, Tim (P/OF)...........1977-78 Richardson, Billy Joe (INF)..2000-02 Rinfret, Tommy (2B)...........1991-92 Rinkel, Tom (C)...................1967-70 Rios, Brian (SS)........................ 1996 Rivera, Richie (SS)................... 1995 Rivera, Ricky (OF)...............2004-05 Rivera, Robert (1B).............1984-85 Robertson, Mickey (OF)......1974-77 Robertson, Tim (P)..............2004-05 Roberts, Johnny (OF)..........2008-09

Roberts, Spencer (P)...........2009-10 Robinson, Brad (OF)................ 1987 Robison, John (OF).............2004-07 Rodgers, Caleb (P)................... 2006 Rodriguez, Diego (OF)............. 1996 Rogers, Kerry (OF)..........1992, 1994 Rogers, Michael (P)............1998-02 Roof, David (P)....................1971-74 Rosar, Greg (C)....................1993-94 Rose, Mike (P).................1997-2000 Rothford, Chad (1B)............2006-07 Rozek, Richard (OF)............1970-73 Rozell, Kyle (INF)...................... 2001 Rupe, Terry (P)....................1981-84 Rush, Matt (P).......... 2011-pres. S Saladino, Tyler (SS)............2010 Sanderson, Andrew (P)......2000-02 Sanderson, Darin (OF/SS)........ 1990 Sarmiento, Chris (P)................. 1983 Scherbenske, Jim (OF)........1975-77 Schlehuber, Jared (1B/P).2010-pres. Schmidt, Pete (C)................1985-88 Schroeder, Joe (P)...........1998-1999 Schuler, Bryan (P).................... 1994 Schiller, Cam (SS)...... 2011-pres. Selberg, Steve (P).................... 1983 Sequeira, P.J. (OF)...............2009-10 Serrano, Mark (P)...............2008-09 Shackelford, Josh (C)...........1998-01 Shambaugh, Mike (1B).......1984-87 Sheehan, Scott (C)................... 1995 Shiflett, Matt (P)...................... 1986 Skaggs, Greg (C)...................... 1975 Slemp, Buddy (OF)..............1975-78 Smith, Alec (P)......... 2010-pres. Smith, Eric (P).......................... 1993 Smith, Leon (C)...................1971-72 Smith, Vic (P)......................1975-77 Smolen, Bryce (P)...............2009-11 Snyder, Kevin (3B)................... 1990 Soratos, Ron (2B/C)................. 1997 Sorrow, Sean (P).................2003-04 Sowers, Brett (3B)..............2010-11 Sparks, Tyler (P)....... 2011-pres. Spence, Joe (2B/SS)............1973-76 Spring, Joe (P).......... 2011-pres. Springman, Bill (2B)...........1977-78 Stacy, Jason (P).................2011 Stallings, Jeff (OF)..........1997-2000 Starkweather, Jeremy (OF).1993-96 Steiner, Rod (1B)................1988-89 Stengel, Mickey (OF)...........1988-89 Stensler, Brian (P)...............1996-97 Stephens, Riley (P).........1999-2000 Stephens, Trey (P)...............2001-02 Stewart, Chad (OF).............2001-02 Stewart, Rick (P).................1978-81 Stillwell, Rod (SS).................... 1986 Stone, Wayne (OF)..............1978-79 Sullivan, Jerry (P)...............2007-09 Summers, Andy (OF)..........1988-89 Sweeney, Chris (INF/OF) ......... 2005

Tackett, Marcus (P).................. 2007 Thompson, Tommy (SS)......1970-73 Thornton, Eric (3B).................. 2002 Tinkler, Connor (P)................... 2004 Tolbert, Larry (P)................1971-74 Tolle, Randy (P)..................1987-89 Tongue, Scott (P)..................... 1994 Torrence, Mike (P).... 2011-pres. Torres, Tim (INF/OF)............2005-06 Torve, Kelvin (1B)...............1979-81 Towery, Dane (P)................2004-05 Triska, Jerry (3B/OF)...........1972-75 Tuttle, Jeff (OF)........................ 2004 U Unruh, Terry (P)..................1974-77 V Valverde, George (P)................ 1988 Van Blaricom, Mike (SS)........... 1992 Van Kirk, Brian (C/OF).........2007-08 VanDerBosch, Matt (OF).....2003-04 Vandeventer, Eric (OF)....1997-2000 Vaughan, Rick (C)...............1986-88 Volk, Bob (3B).....................1977-78 W Ward, Anthony (P)................... 1988 Warfle, Pat (OF)..................2006-07 Warmerdam, Tyler (IF/OF)....... 2007 Watkins, Scott (P).................... 1989 Webb, Greg (C)...................1972-75 Webber, Brett (SS/2B)........1987-88 Weeks, Paul (SS/2B)...........1997-98 Weingartner, Bill (IF/OF).....1983-86 Weis, Bob (P)......................1977-79 Welborn, Ryan (OF)............2003-04 Welles, Boomer (IF)................. 2004 West, Brian (2B).................1975-77 Wheatley, Randy (P)................ 1989 White, Peder (P)...................... 1979 Whitekiller, Jerel (P)................ 1999 Williams, Chris (1B).. 2011-pres. Willis, Ira (2B/OF)...............1970-71 Wilson, John (1B).................... 1974 Winiecki, Joey (OF).............2010-11 Wolff, Bryan (P)..................1991-93 Wolff, Steve(SS)..................1980-83 Wong, Nikko (INF)..............2008-10 Worley, Rich (C)....................... 1986 Y Yobs, David (OF)..................1980-81 Younger, Adam (SS)............2007-08 Z Zeher, Mike (P)...................1986-88 Zupcic, Bob (OF/3B)............1985-87 Zwolinski, Gary (P).............1988-89

T Tackett, John (INF)..............2004-05

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Opponent Series Records W L Alabama 1 0 Alcorn State 3 0 Arizona 2 2 Arizona State 3 9 Arkansas* 36 66 Arkansas College 2 0 Arkansas-Little Rock 6 2 Arkansas State 3 1 Arkansas Tech 3 0 Army 1 1 Baylor 18 23 Bellevue 1 1 Benedictine 2 0 Bethune-Cookman 7 2 Bradley 3 2 Briar Cliff 2 0 Butler 4 2 BYU 6 7 Cal Poly Pomona 1 3 Cal Poly 1 0 Cal St.-Fullerton 1 6 Cal St.-Los Angeles 1 1 Cal St.-Northridge 1 0 California 5 5 Cameron 10 4 Centenary 48 7 Central Arkansas 4 0 Central Bible 1 0 Central Conn. State 1 0 Central Michigan** 3 0 Central Missouri 1 0 Central Oklahoma 15 4 Chicago State 33 2 Clemson 0 3 Coll. of Charleston 1 1 Coll. of Southwest 1 2 Colorado 1 1 Colorado State 3 0 Coppin State 3 0 Creighton 33 14 C.W. Post 4 0 Dallas Baptist 12 9 Delaware 3 2 Detroit 4 0 East Carolina 0 1 East Central 16 2 Eastern Kentucky 1 0 Eastern Illinois 3 1 Eastern Michigan 5 2 Emporia State 19 8 Evangel 23 0 Evansville 26 4 FIU 0 3 Florida State 0 3 Fordham 1 0

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W L Fresno State 0 2 Georgia 0 1 Gonzaga 1 0 Grand View 1 0 Hannibal-LaGrange 2 0 Hastings 2 0 Hawaii-Hilo 4 0 Hillsdale Baptist 1 0 Houston 2 2 Howard 4 1 Illinois 9 2 Illinois State 1 0 Indiana 1 1 Indiana State 10 5 Iowa State 17 3 IPFW 17 3 IUPUI 13 0 John Brown 9 9 Kansas 21 19 Kansas Newman 7 0 Kansas State 35 20 Kent State 4 2 Kentucky 1 0 LeMoyne 3 0 LeTourneau 1 0 Lewis-Clark State 1 2 Liberty 1 0 Lindenwood 2 0 Long Beach State 5 3 Louisiana-Lafayette 6 3 Louisiana State 0 3 Louisiana Tech 2 1 Louisville 0 1 Loyola Marymount 3 1 Lubbock Christian 9 1 Maine 3 1 Marymount 2 0 Massachusettes 3 0 Mayville 2 0 McNeese State 1 3 Miami 4 9 Miami of Ohio 3 3 Michigan 2 2 Middle Tenn. 0 1 Milwaukee 1 0 Minnesota 13 9 Mississippi 2 2 Miss.Valley St. 3 0 Missouri 7 11 Missouri Southern 58 9 Missouri State 26 17 Missouri-St. Louis 4 1 Missouri Valley 4 0 Missouri Western 8 0 Morningside (IA) 4 0

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W L Nebraska 20 15 New Mexico 1 3 New Mexico St. 8 5 New Orleans 4 3 North Carolina 2 2 North Dakota 3 0 North Dakota State 15 6 North Florida 1 0 Northeastern 2 1 Northeastern Illinois 5 1 Northeastern State* 34 5 Northern Colorado 7 0 Northern Iowa 1 0 Northwestern 1 0 NW Oklahoma 8 6 Northwestern State 6 4 Northwood 1 1 Notre Dame 10 4 Oakland 53 6 Ohio State 0 1 Oklahoma 29 35 Oklahoma Baptist 24 16 Oklahoma Christian 12 8 Oklahoma City 48 17 Oklahoma State 28 33 Oklahoma Wesleyan 1 0 Oregon 0 1 Oregon State 3 4 Pacific 0 1 Panhandle State 2 0 Pepperdine 2 3 Penn State 3 0 Phillips 11 2 Pittsburg State 13 0 Pittsburgh 1 0 Portland 1 0 Portland State 0 1 Rice 4 5 Sacred Heart 3 0 Sam Houston St. 1 1 San Diego State 6 6 San Francisco 0 3 Santa Clara 0 1 Seattle 0 1 Seton Hall 1 0 Southern Illinois 6 9 SIU-Edwardsville 7 2 South Alabama 3 3 USC-Aiken 1 0 South Dakota 2 0 South Dakota State 29 8 Southeast Missouri 2 3 SE Oklahoma 13 7 USC 1 4 SMU 12 5

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First Last 1972 2008 1977 1995 1973 1995 1985 2000 1978 2010 2010 2010 2008 2012 1991 1991 2003 2003 1998 1998 1970 1993 1978 1981 1988 1988 1983 1983 1989 2002 1994 2002 1991 1991 1973 2009 1999 2012 1998 1998 1970 2012 1969 1992 1969 1997 1970 2000 1972 2006 2003 2003 1979 1979 1978 2002 2002 2002 1998 1998 1997 2008 2007 2007 1975 1987 1991 1998 1977 1977 1985 1985 1995 1995 1988 2009 2004 2004 1999 2000 1981 2011 2006 2006 1983 1983 1979 1979 1984 1984 1974 2011 1978 2011 2003 2005 1991 1991 1971 1971 1971 2012 1995 1997 1978 1993 1980 1986 1972 1980

W L Southern Nazarene 9 3 Southern Utah 50 10 Southwest Baptist 19 1 SW Oklahoma* 21 5 St. Gregory’s 2 0 St. John’s 1 0 St. Louis 24 1 St. Mary’s 1 1 Stanford 2 1 Stephen F. Austin 3 0 Tampa 2 1 Texas* 3 19 Texas A&M 3 5 Texas-Arlington 37 20 TCU 26 17 Texas-Pan American 7 4 Texas-San Antonio 6 5 Texas Southern 1 0 Texas Tech 8 7 Texas Wesleyan 10 3 Tulane 3 2 Tulsa 28 32 UC Davis 3 0 UC Irvine 4 7 UC Riverside 0 7 UC Santa Barbara 0 3 UCLA 5 4 Charlotte 1 0 UNLV 0 2 U.S. International 1 1 USAO 2 0 Utah 1 1 Valdosta State 0 1 Valley City State 5 1 Valparaiso 43 3 Washburn 6 0 Washington 2 1 Washington State 6 7 Western Illinois 56 7 Western Michigan 6 0 Westminster 2 0 Wichita State 27 29 William Jewell 2 0 Wisconsin 1 0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 6 0 Xavier 6 1 Youngstown State 9 2

First Last 1969 2001 2000 2012 1972 1991 1983 1993 2001 2003 1983 1983 1973 2000 2003 2003 1978 1987 1988 1989 1996 1996 1981 2011 1977 2003 1976 2010 1980 2011 1992 2005 2002 2009 1997 1997 1978 2008 1979 2000 1982 2006 1969 1980 2006 2006 1985 2008 1977 2003 2005 2005 1977 2010 1998 1998 1980 1998 1988 1988 1999 2001 1981 1981 1978 1978 1991 1992 1998 2007 1987 1989 1980 1998 1977 2009 1986 2012 2009 2010 1976 1976 1982 2012 1971 1971 1982 1982 1990 1992 1981 1986 1999 2001

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Coaching Records YEAR HEAD COACH WON-LOST PCT. CONF.* PCT. HOME ROAD NEUTRAL 1966 Lavoy Hatchett 6-9 .400 - - N/A N/A N/A 1967 Lavoy Hatchett 21-15 .583 - - N/A N/A N/A 1968 Lavoy Hatchett 13-13 .500 - - N/A N/A N/A 1969 Val Tucker 9-16 .360 - - 7-6 2-10 0-0 1970 Herb Dallis 17-21 .449 - - 5-10 10-6 2-5 1971 Herb Dallis 34-14 .708 - - 24-6 9-7 1-1 1972 Herb Dallis 33-18 .647 - - 23-11 9-6 1-1 1973 Herb Dallis 23-8 .742 - - 12-2 9-5 2-1 1974 Herb Dallis 24-22 .522 - - 14-13 10-9 0-0 1975 Herb Dallis 22-16 .579 - - 16-4 6-12 0-0 1976 Herb Dallis 27-18 .600 - - 18-9 9-9 0-0 1977 Larry Cochell 35-17 .673 - - 19-9 11-6 5-2 1978 Larry Cochell 45-12 .789 - - 29-4 7-3 9-5 1979 Larry Cochell 34-24 .586 - - 27-12 5-8 2-4 1980 Larry Cochell 38-16 .636 - - 26-8 10-5 2-3 1981 Larry Cochell 45-10-1 .804 6-0 * 1.000 37-5 5-2-1 3-3 1982 Larry Cochell 49-13 .790 7-1* .875 24-5 2-0 6-2 1983 Larry Cochell 51-17 .750 9-1* .900 39-4 7-8 5-5 1984 Larry Cochell 38-23-1 .623 7-5* .583 28-10-1 7-7 3-6 1985 Larry Cochell 50-19 .724 10-2* .833 32-10 13-7 5-2 1986 Larry Cochell 43-20 .683 6-0* 1.000 29-9 10-9 4-2 1987 Gary Vaught 48-19 .716 8-0* 1.000 37-9 11-10 0-0 1988 Gary Vaught 30-29 .508 - - 21-14 9-15 0-0 1989 Gary Vaught 36-18 .667 - - 28-9 6-7 2-2 1990 Allan Barker 37-25 .594 - - 24-15 11-8 2-2 1991 Allan Barker 60-15 .800 - - 37-7 17-6 6-2 1992 Allan Barker 35-17-2 .673 - - 23-8-2 9-6 3-3 1993 Allan Barker 35-16 .686 - - 26-5 9-11 0-0 1994 Allan Barker 30-23 .566 - - 22-9 8-14 0-0 1995 Allan Barker 21-34 .382 - - 14-16 5-12 2-6 1996 Sunny Golloway 32-24 .571 - - 23-5 8-15 1-4 1997 Sunny Golloway 26-30 .464 - - 18-16 8-14 0-0 1998 Sunny Golloway 45-20 .692 18-6 * .750 22-7 12-8 11-5 1999 Sunny Golloway 46-15 .754 14-4 * .777 29-4 13-7 4-4 2000 Sunny Golloway 49-15 .765 26-1* .963 30-3 15-8 4-4 2001 Sunny Golloway 48-13 .787 24-1* .960 29-5 15-6 4-2 2002 Sunny Golloway 48-19 .716 16-2* .889 28-4 12-10 8-5 2003 Sunny Golloway 41-20 .672 19-1* .950 24-5 16-11 1-4 2004 Rob Walton 50-11 .820 21-1* .955 26-2 17-8 7-1 2005 Rob Walton 42-20 .677 22-2* .917 21-3 15-15 6-2 2006 Rob Walton 41-16 .719 17-2* .895 24-5 14-9 3-2 2007 Rob Walton 40-17 .702 19-1* .950 24-2 13-14 3-1 2008 Rob Walton 48-14 .774 24-2* .923 26-1 17-9 5-4 2009 Rob Walton 33-15 .688 16-2* .889 18-2 9-10 6-3 2010 Rob Walton 36-27 .571 19-9* .679 22-5 12-21 2-1 2011 Rob Walton 39-22 .639 21-7* .750 19-6 14-14 6-2 2012 Rob Walton 37-23 .617 17-6* .739 25-9 12-12 0-2 Totals 1690-858-4 .662 346-58 .856 1044-314-3 448-404-1 139-103 Conference games from 1981-87 were in Midwestern Collegiate Conference; *- Conference Champion

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(Years Coached, Career Record, Winning Percentage)

Coach

Tenure Yrs. Record

Pct.

Lavoy Hatchett Val Tucker Herb Dallis Larry Cochell Gary Vaught Allan Barker Sunny Golloway Rob Walton

1966-68 1969 1970-76 1977-86 1987-89 1990-95 1996-2003 2004-present

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3 1 7 10 3 6 8 9

40-37 9-16 180-117 428-171-2 114-66 218-130-2 335-156 366-165

.519 .360 .606 .712 .633 .628 .682 .689

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Game-by-Game Results **1966-1968 results not available** 1969 Record: 9-16 Coach: Val Tucker 3.14 CENTRAL BIBLE 3.21 at Oklahoma Baptist 3.21 at Oklahoma Baptist 3.22 EMPORIA STATE 3.22 EMPORIA STATE 3.29 at John Brown 3.29 at John Brown 4.4 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST 4.4 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST 4.5 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 4.5 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 4.7 at Bethany Nazarene 4.7 at Bethany Nazarene 4.10 TULSA 4.10 TULSA 4.16 JOHN BROWN 4.16 JOHN BROWN 4.19 at Oklahoma Christian 4.19 at Oklahoma Christian 4.21 at Central Oklahoma 4.21 at Central Oklahoma 4.21 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN 4.26 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN 4.26 at Tulsa 4.29 at Tulsa 1970 Record: 17-21 Coach: Herb Dallis M6 @Kansas State M6 @Kansas State M7 @Kansas State M23 NORTHEASTERN STATE M23 NORTHEASTERN STATE M26 at Oklahoma Baptist M26 at Oklahoma Baptist M27 MORNINGSIDE (Iowa) M30 $John Brown M30 $John Brown A10 at Oklahoma Christian A10 at Oklahoma Christian A11 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A11 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A13 TULSA A13 TULSA A14 OKLAHOMA CITY A14 OKLAHOMA CITY A17 at John Brown A17 at John Brown A21 at Evangel A21 at Evangel A23 at East Central A23 at East Central A25 at Emporia State A25 at Emporia State A28 at Tulsa A28 at Tulsa A29 #at Arkansas A29 #at Arkansas M2 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN M2 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN M5 at Oklahoma M5 at Oklahoma M7 at Bethany Nazarene M7 at Bethany Nazarene M8 at Oklahoma City M8 at Oklahoma City @ Oiler Park, Tulsa, OK $ Bartlesville, OK # Fort Smith, AR 1971 Record: 34-14 Coach: Herb Dallis M5 KANSAS M5 KANSAS M6 KANSAS M6 KANSAS M13 WILLIAM JEWELL M13 WILLIAM JEWELL M15 NORTHEASTERN STATE M15 NORTHEASTERN STATE M19 EAST CENTRAL

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6-0 15-1 4-6 7-9 5-8 8-1 2-3 5-4 7-5 5-1 1-0 1-4 0-1 2-3 0-9 4-5 4-0 0-1 3-4 3-9 3-13 2-3 5-4 2-13 2-4

W W L L L W L W W W W L L L L L W L L L L L W L L

3-5 L 2-4 L 3-7 L 3-4 L 5-4 W 1-2 L 4-3 W 4-0 W 8-1 W 1-0 W 3-4 L 3-2 W 2-6 L 2-7 L 1-6 L 0-5 L 3-2 W 6-0 W 2-4 L 1-2 L 5-3 W 7-3 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 4-12 L 1-6 L 5-10 L 1-7 L 0-7 L 0-8 L 1-0 W 2-3 L 6-11 L 2-3 L 4-1 W 4-0 W 12-3 W 9-1 W

5-3 W 9-1 W 3-1 W 7-11 L 6-1 W 15-2 W 7-6 W 8-7 W 7-1 W

M19 EAST CENTRAL M20 CREIGHTON M20 CREIGHTON M22 CREIGHTON M23 at East Central M23 at East Central M26 SOUTH DAKOTA M26 SOUTH DAKOTA M27 at Northeastern State M27 at Northeastern State M31 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M31 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE A1 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE A3 at Oklahoma A3 at Oklahoma A3 at Oklahoma A6 OKLAHOMA CITY A6 OKLAHOMA CITY A8 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A8 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A15 at Oklahoma City A15 at Oklahoma City A17 EVANGEL A17 EVANGEL A23 at John Brown A23 at John Brown A27 ARKANSAS A27 ARKANSAS A30 JOHN BROWN A30 JOHN BROWN M1 BETHANY NAZARENE M1 BETHANY NAZARENE M4 #at Arkansas M4 #at Arkansas M8 at Evangel M8 at Evangel M13 at Tulsa M14 at Tulsa M15 at Tulsa # Fort Smith, AR 1972 Record: 33-18 Coach: Herb Dallis M4 at Southern Methodist M4 at Southern Methodist M8 at Tulsa M10 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M10 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M11 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M11 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M17 CAMERON M17 CAMERON M18 at Oklahoma M18 at Oklahoma M18 at Oklahoma M22 NEBRASKA M22 NEBRASKA M23 NEBRASKA M23 NEBRASKA M25 ARKANSAS M25 ARKANSAS M29 CREIGHTON M29 CREIGHTON M30 CREIGHTON M30 CREIGHTON A1 CREIGHTON A1 CREIGHTON A4 MISSOURI WESTERN A4 MISSOURI WESTERN A5 MISSOURI WESTERN A5 MISSOURI WESTERN A8 OKLAHOMA CITY A8 OKLAHOMA CITY A10 at Tulsa A12 JOHN BROWN A12 JOHN BROWN A14 #at Arkansas A14 #at Arkansas A18 TULSA A18 TULSA A25 at Oklahoma State A25 at Oklahoma State A29 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST A29 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M3 at Evangel M3 at Evangel M5 at Oklahoma City

13-6 W 2-9 L 5-8 L 5-2 W 6-1 W 3-4 L 7-0 W 16-0 W 10-3 W 10-0 W 10-9 W 6-2 W 13-5 W 4-5 L 0-2 L 0-1 L 4-0 W 4-3 W 10-15 L 16-5 W 11-0 W 11-2 W 7-0 W 7-2 W 3-6 L 3-1 W 1-6 L 9-6 W 1-0 W 9-5 W 27-0 W 2-4 L 11-12 L 5-2 W 4-2 W 7-1 W 7-4 W 0-5 L 0-11 L

4-5 L 7-1 W 4-3 W 2-3 L 3-5 L 3-2 W 7-3 W 14-3 W 8-7 W 0-5 L 2-4 L 0-3 L 1-0 W 1-3 L 2-0 W 2-3 L 8-4 W 1-2 L 3-4 L 6-5 W 3-1 W 0-1 L 12-5 W 6-4 W 2-1 W 5-3 W 7-3 W 4-0 W 9-0 W 5-4 W 8-9 L 3-4 L 4-8 L 2-6 L 7-0 W 3-6 L 8-6 W 1-6 L 10-1 W 10-0 W 2-4 L 8-4 W 8-0 W 11-2 W

M5 at Oklahoma City M5 at Bethany Nazarene M5 at Bethany Nazarene M6 at Cameron M6 at Cameron M11 EVANGEL M11 EVANGEL # Fort Smith, Ark. 1973 Record: 23-8 Coach: Herb Dallis NCAA District 5 Playoffs M11 NOTRE DAME M11 NEW MEXICO STATE M13 OKLAHOMA M14 NOTRE DAME M16 KANSAS STATE M16 KANSAS STATE M17 KANSAS STATE M17 KANSAS STATE M21 at Tulsa M23 at Northeastern State M23 at Northeastern State M30 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE A6 NORTHEASTERN STATE A6 NORTHEASTERN STATE A7 at Tulsa A11 EVANGEL A11 EVANGEL A12 TULSA A14 at Tulsa A20 #at Arkansas A20 #at Arkansas A23 TULSA A27 at Southwest Baptist A27 at Southwest Baptist A28 at Evangel A28 at Evangel M11 at St. Louis M11 at St. Louis NCAA District Five Playoffs (Tulsa, OK) M28 Tulsa M29 Creighton M29 Tulsa # Fort Smith, AR 1974 Record: 24-22 Coach: Herb Dallis M1 CREIGHTON M2 CREIGHTON M3 CREIGHTON (14) M4 CREIGHTON M5 CREIGHTON M8 at Cameron M8 at Cameron M13 NORTHEASTERN STATE M13 NORTHEASTERN STATE M15 KANSAS STATE M15 KANSAS STATE M16 KANSAS STATE M16 KANSAS STATE M17 CAMERON (12) M17 CAMERON M7 at Tulsa M24 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M24 TULSA (12) M25 S. DAKOTA ST. (11) M26 OKLAHOMA STATE (8) M26 OKLAHOMA STATE M27 ARKANSAS (10) M27 ARKANSAS M29 MORNINGSIDE (Iowa) M30 MORNINGSIDE (Iowa) M30 MORNINGSIDE (Iowa) A2 at Oklahoma A2 at Oklahoma A6 at Missouri Southern A6 at Missouri Southern (8) A10 at Northeastern State A10 at Northeastern State A16 at Colorado A16 at Colorado A19 JOHN BROWN A19 JOHN BROWN A20 MISSOURI SOUTHERN (10) A20 MISSOURI SOUTHERN

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3-12 L 7-5 W 2-1 W 7-6 W 1-0 W 6-5 W 6-2 W 1-0 W 10-8 W 7-0 W 4-2 W 1-0 W 12-4 W 2-0 W 0-2 L 5-0 W 11-5 W 2-1 W 2-6 L 4-5 L 2-0 W 0-3 L 8-3 W 14-0 W 13-4 W 8-6 W 5-6 L 7-0 W 0-6 L 11-4 W 1-2 L

2-6 L 2-3 L 3-2 W 8-7 W 1-5 L 1-2 L 1-2 L 4-2 W 7-3 W 5-0 W 7-9 L 1-3 L 5-4 W 1-0 W 4-3 W 2-10 L 5-6 L 4-5 L 7-6 W 2-4 L 1-4 L 0-1 L 1-0 W 13-2 W 9-4 W 4-1 W 0-6 L 2-6 L 2-3 L 12-8 W 2-0 W 4-6 L 3-5 L 3-2 W 3-1 W 15-3 W 1-0 W 14-2 W

A23 TULSA (11) A24 at Tulsa A27 EVANGEL A27 EVANGEL M14 at Tulsa M15 TULSA M18 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS M18 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS M19 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS

6-5 W 7-1 W 2-0 W 6-3 W 7-5 W 5-7 L 2-3 L 0-2 L 1-4 L

1975 Record: 22-16 Coach: Herb Dallis M3 at Oklahoma Baptist M3 at Oklahoma Baptist M5 PHILLIPS M5 PHILLIPS M8 CREIGHTON M20 NEBRASKA M20 NEBRASKA M21 NEBRASKA M21 NEBRASKA M22 NEBRASKA M22 NEBRASKA M25 TULSA A1 at Cameron A1 at Cameron A3 NORTHEASTERN STATE A3 NORTHEASTERN STATE A5 OKLAHOMA CITY A5 OKLAHOMA CITY A9 at Oklahoma State A9 at Oklahoma State A10 at John Brown A10 at John Brown A12 TULSA A15 at Arkansas A15 at Arkansas A17 at Northeastern State A17 at Northeastern State A19 TULSA A20 at Tulsa A21 at Phillips A21 at Phillips A25 at Southern Illinois A26 at Southern Illinois A26 at Southern Illinois A30 CAMERON M9 TULSA M12 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M12 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST

5-8 L 12-1 W 2-0 W 5-4 W 3-0 W 2-1 W 8-0 W 9-1 W 4-1 W 2-3 L 4-0 W 0-3 L 3-8 L 12-2 W 7-1 W 4-2 W 4-2 W 6-2 W 2-3 L 14-6 W 3-4 L 1-2 L 5-3 W 1-5 L 2-4 L 10-0 W 9-6 W 7-5 W 1-2 L 3-8 L 7-3 W 3-11 L 1-2 L 0-1 L 11-10 W 1-5 L 2-4 L 8-4 W

1976 Record: 27-18 Coach: Herb Dallis F27 at Texas-Arlington F27 at Texas-Arlington F28 at Texas-Arlington M5 NORTHEASTERN STATE M5 NORTHEASTERN STATE M8 CAMERON M25 S. DAKOTA ST. (11) M26 OKLAHOMA STATE (8) M8 CAMERON M12 at Tulsa M15 at Northeastern State M15 at Northeastern State M19 KANSAS STATE M19 KANSAS STATE M20 KANSAS STATE M20 KANSAS STATE M23 OKLAHOMA STATE M23 OKLAHOMA STATE M26 KANSAS M26 KANSAS M27 KANSAS M27 KANSAS M31 ARKANSAS M31 ARKANSAS A3 TULSA A6 at Oklahoma State A6 at Oklahoma State A9 at Oklahoma City A9 at Oklahoma City A10 WESTMINSTER A10 WESTMINSTER A14 OKLAHOMA CITY A14 OKLAHOMA CITY

4-6 L 3-5 L 1-9 L 3-1 W 13-1 W 1-0 W 7-6 W 2-4 L 0-1 L 4-12 L 5-4 W 9-2 W 3-2 W 4-5 L 6-12 L 9-0 W 6-1 W 11-6 W 5-2 W 11-8 W 1-3 L 1-13 L 5-7 L 6-3 W 7-11 L 21-7 W 4-7 L 5-6 L 4-2 W 6-4 W 6-0 W 8-6 W 8-5 W

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Game-by-Game Results A21 at Creighton A21 at Creighton A22 at Creighton A22 at Creighton A24 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS A24 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS A25 SOUTHERN ILLINOIS M5 at Kansas State M5 at Kansas State M9 at Tulsa M11 CREIGHTON M11 CREIGHTON M17 at Tulsa M18 TULSA 1977 Record: 35-17 Coach: Larry Cochell F22 at Arkansas F22 at Arkansas F26 at Texas-Arlington F26 at Texas-Arlington F28 at Dallas Baptist F28 at Dallas Baptist M1 at Southern Methodist M1 at Southern Methodist M4 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M5 at Oklahoma Baptist M5 at Oklahoma Baptist M8 SOUTHERN METHODIST M8 SOUTHERN METHODIST M14 CREIGHTON M15 CREIGHTON M15 CREIGHTON M18 KANSAS STATE M18 KANSAS STATE M19 NEW MEXICO M19 NEW MEXICO M22 EASTERN MICHIGAN M22 EASTERN MICHIGAN M23 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN M23 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN M24 BRADLEY M25 BRADLEY M28 #Washington State M29 #at Cal-Riverside M29 #Brigham Young M31 #Missouri M31 #California A1 #Pittsburgh A2 #UCLA A5 at Oklahoma A8 OKLAHOMA STATE A9 at Oklahoma A12 OKLAHOMA STATE A12 OKLAHOMA STATE A15 TEXAS A&M A15 TEXAS A&M A19 OKLAHOMA A23 at Tulsa A23 at Tulsa A25 at Oklahoma City A25 at Oklahoma City M2 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M2 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M3 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M3 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M5 TULSA M6 TULSA M7 at Tulsa # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA 1978 Record: 45-12 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Midwest Regional NCAA College World Series F27 at Southern Methodist F27 at Southern Methodist F28 at Texas-Arlington M1 at Texas-Arlington M6 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M10 at Texas A&M M11 at Texas A&M M11 at Texas A&M M13 KANSAS STATE M14 KANSAS STATE M16 KANSAS STATE M17 SOUTHERN METHODIST

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9-1 6-5 4-1 6-2 8-13 7-6 9-0 5-10 9-12 10-9 4-2 11-3 1-7 0-8

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0-7 L 2-0 W 5-0 W 12-5 W 11-7 W 16-7 W 5-6 L 8-1 W 12-2 W 10-1 W 2-3 L 14-2 W 9-4 W 17-3 W 2-4 L 7-4 W 9-0 W 1-2 L 4-12 L 1-7 L 14-12 W 7-6 W 12-2 W 12-15 L 8-5 W 0-12 L 6-11 L 4-15 L 6-4 W 9-6 W 20-8 W 11-5 W 4-1 W 8-2 W 9-12 L 3-8 L 5-0 W 12-3 W 9-8 W 0-2 L 6-7 L 5-3 W 5-1 W 0-2 L 11-1 W 2-1 W 10-2 W 13-2 W 8-2 W 15-0 W 18-7 W 2-10 L

5-1 6-4 16-8 11-6 7-6 2-3 7-0 4-14 10-0 8-5 9-6 6-0

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M18 SOUTHERN METHODIST 8-2 W M20 KANSAS 6-8 L M22 MISSOURI WESTERN 9-2 W M27 #Maine 3-1 W M28 #California 7-1 W M28 #at Cal-Riverside 6-10 L M30 #Washington State 12-4 W M30 #Oregon State 9-5 W A1 #Valdosta State 1-10 L A1 #Stanford 9-1 W A1 #Maine 4-5 L A4 TEXAS TECH 8-3 W A5 TEXAS TECH 1-3 L A7 at Oklahoma State 11-12 L A8 OKLAHOMA 6-9 L A11 at Oklahoma State 22-7 W A14 at Tulsa 11-8 W A15 at Tulsa 16-8 W A15 at Tulsa 7-4 W A18 at Oklahoma 22-8 W A21 BAYLOR 8-5 W A22 BAYLOR 3-1 W A22 BAYLOR 6-7 L A24 OKLAHOMA CITY 20-7 W M1 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 7-2 W M1 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 7-0 W M2 OKLAHOMA STATE 10-7 W M5 TULSA 3-2 W M6 TULSA 9-0 W M6 TULSA 5-4 W M8 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 3-2 W M9 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 11-5 W M11 IOWA STATE 6-3 W M12 IOWA STATE 7-5 W M13 IOWA STATE 10-7 W M15 OKLAHOMA 13-5 W M19 NORTHERN COLORADO 18-2 W M20 NORTHERN COLORADO 13-6 W NCAA Midwest Regional (Tulsa, OK) M26 Oklahoma State 10-3 W M27 Southern Illinois 8-5 W M28 Southern Illinois 7-2 W NCAA College World Series (Omaha, NE) J3 North Carolina 11-0 W J4 Arizona State 6-7 L J5 Miami (Fla.) 3-5 L # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA 1979 Record: 34-24 Coach: Larry Cochell F22 $ at Texas Wesleyan F23 at Baylor F25 at Baylor F25 at Baylor F26 at Texas-Arlington F26 at Texas-Arlington M2 MISSOURI M3 MISSOURI M3 MISSOURI M6 at Oklahoma State M8 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M9 at Oklahoma City M10 OKLAHOMA CITY M10 OKLAHOMA CITY M12 IOWA STATE M13 IOWA STATE M14 IOWA STATE M16 SOUTHERN METHODIST M17 SOUTHERN METHODIST M17 SOUTHERN METHODIST M20 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M20 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M26 #Oregon M26 #Army M28 #Brigham Young M29 #Maine M29 #Seattle M30 #Indiana M31 #at Cal-Riverside A5 at Oklahoma A7 PHILLIPS A7 PHILLIPS A9 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A10 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A13 TEXAS-ARLINGTON A14 TEXAS-ARLINGTON A14 TEXAS-ARLINGTON

9-0 W 1-3 L 1-2 L 4-9 L 0-1 L 10-5 W 5-0 W 12-7 W 3-9 L 3-1 W 4-6 L 10-11 L 8-3 W 3-4 L 8-4 W 18-4 W 4-7 L 6-2 W 1-3 L 5-4 W 1-0 W 11-1 W 5-7 L 5-6 L 4-6 L 8-1 W 8-10 L 3-2 W 1-11 L 5-4 W 5-6 L 12-2 W 8-3 W 4-1 W 2-3 L 4-3 W 8-0 W

A16 TEXAS WESLEYAN A17 ARKANSAS A20 BAYLOR A21 BAYLOR A21 BAYLOR A24 OKLAHOMA A27 TULSA A28 TULSA A28 TULSA M5 at Tulsa M5 at Tulsa M9 OKLAHOMA STATE M11 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE M11 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE M12 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE M12 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE M14 at Tulsa M15 TULSA M15 COLORADO STATE M16 COLORADO STATE M16 COLORADO STATE $ Game Forfeited by Opponent # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA 1980 Record: 38-16 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Midwest Regional F26 at Texas Christian F26 at Texas Christian F27 at Southern Methodist F28 at Texas Wesleyan F29 at Texas-Arlington M5 TEXAS TECH M7 KANSAS M8 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M11 at Arkansas M11 at Arkansas M12 KANSAS STATE M13 KANSAS STATE M15 at Cal Poly Pomona M15 at Cal Poly Pomona M17 at Long Beach State M19 at Cal State-Los Angeles M20 at Southern California M21 Washington (Irvine,CA) M22 Oregon State (L. Beach,CA) M22 Oregon State (L. Beach,CA) M26 at Oklahoma M28 OKLAHOMA M31 CENTENARY M31 CENTENARY A2 ILLINOIS A4 TEXAS CHRISTIAN A5 TEXAS CHRISTIAN A5 TEXAS CHRISTIAN A8 at Tulsa A9 TULSA A11 MINNESOTA A12 MINNESOTA A12 MINNESOTA A14 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST A15 PHILLIPS A18 SOUTHERN METHODIST A19 SOUTHERN METHODIST A19 SOUTHERN METHODIST A21 at Oklahoma City (10) A22 OKLAHOMA STATE A23 OKLAHOMA CITY M3 ARKANSAS M5 S. WEST MISSOURI (11) M6 at Oklahoma State M7 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M9 TULSA M10 at Tulsa M12 NEW MEXICO STATE M13 NEW MEXICO STATE M16 NORTHERN COLORADO M17 NORTHERN COLORADO M17 NORTHERN COLORADO NCAA Midwest Regional (Tulsa, OK) M22 Arkansas M23 Nevada-Las Vegas 1981 Record: 45-10-1 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Midwest Regional

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6-0 W 6-4 W 1-6 L 8-5 W 12-4 W 10-1 W 12-2 W 15-2 W 7-3 W 5-0 W 7-2 W 8-4 W 4-5 L 0-1 L 11-7 W 2-6 L 1-3 L 4-0 W 6-3 W 4-5 L 8-1 W 2-5 L 8-5 W 4-7 L 6-1 W 12-3 W 2-1 W 4-3 W 4-1 W 7-3 W 4-12 L 2-1 W 8-1 W 14-2 W 9-8 W 11-4 W 5-2 W 3-5 L 6-5 W 11-4 W 10-4 W 2-4 L 3-2 W 1-2 L 21-4 W 12-1 W 6-9 L 7-0 W 5-7 L 5-0 W 12-1 W 18-5 W 2-3 L 0-4 L

F27 at Texas-Arlington F27 at Texas-Arlington M4 at Texas M4 at Texas M6 KANSAS STATE M7 KANSAS STATE M7 KANSAS STATE M10 at Arkansas M10 at Arkansas M11 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M13 ILLINOIS M14 ILLINOIS M14 ILLINOIS M16 at UCLA M17 at Southern California M18 at Long Beach State M18 at Long Beach State M21 at Utah M21 at Utah M25 EVANGEL M27 EMPORIA STATE M28 EMPORIA STATE M28 EMPORIA STATE A1 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE A2 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE A4 OKLAHOMA CITY A4 OKLAHOMA CITY A8 at Oklahoma State A9 OKLAHOMA STATE A10 MINNESOTA A11 MINNESOTA A11 MINNESOTA A14 CENTENARY A15 PHILLIPS A17 at Oklahoma A20 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT A21 LOYOLA MARYMOUNT A24 *EVANSVILLE A24 *EVANSVILLE A25 *EVANSVILLE A25 *EVANSVILLE M1 ARKANSAS M2 ARKANSAS M2 ARKANSAS M4 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M5 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M6 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M8 TEXAS WESLEYAN M11 NORTHERN COLORADO M12 NORTHERN COLORADO Midwestern City Tournament Tulsa, OK M15 Xavier (Ohio) M16 Xavier (Ohio) NCAA Midwest Regional (Tulsa, OK) M22 Oklahoma State M23 San Diego State M24 Southern Illinois M24 Oklahoma State * Midwestern City Conference Games 1982 Record: 49-13 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Midwest Regional M3 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M6 EMPORIA STATE M6 EMPORIA STATE M7 EMPORIA STATE M8 PHILLIPS M9 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M12 ILLINOIS M13 ILLINOIS M15 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M16 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M17 NOTRE DAME M17 NOTRE DAME M18 NOTRE DAME M22 #Maine M23 #Brigham Young M23 #at Cal-Riverside M25 #Washington M25 #Tulane M26 #Wisconsin M27 #Stanford M27 #Brigham Young M31 KANSAS STATE M31 KANSAS STATE A1 KANSAS STATE

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Game-by-Game Results A2 MINNESOTA 18-17 W A3 MINNESOTA 1-4 L A3 MINNESOTA 5-3 W A6 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 4-2 W A8 MISSISSIPPI 4-3 W A9 MISSISSIPPI 7-8 L A10 MISSISSIPPI 9-1 W A10 MISSISSIPPI 3-4 L A12 CENTENARY 12-3 W A13 CENTENARY 9-0 W A16 OKLAHOMA 0-4 L A17 at Oklahoma 10-2 W A17 at Oklahoma 6-0 W A20 TEXAS TECH 3-1 W A21 TEXAS TECH 8-2 W A23 *OKLAHOMA CITY 5-1 W A23 *OKLAHOMA CITY 0-3 L A24 *OKLAHOMA CITY 10-7 W A24 *OKLAHOMA CITY 10-1 W A28 OKLAHOMA STATE 7-3 W M1 TEXAS WESLEYAN 2-1 W M1 TEXAS WESLEYAN 10-3 W M3 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI 9-3 W M4 WICHITA STATE 1-5 L M8 at Arkansas 3-10 L M8 at Arkansas 9-1 W M9 ARKANSAS 9-4 W M9 ARKANSAS 4-10 L M10 CREIGHTON 9-3 W M11 CREIGHTON 12-4 W M15 *at Evansville 9-7 W M15 *at Evansville 11-3 W M16 *at Evansville 10-4 W M16 *at Evansville 17-0 W MCC Tournament Detroit, MI M21 Detroit 9-6 W M22 Detroit 8-6 W NCAA Midwest Regional Stillwater, OK M27 Middle Tennessee 2-3 L M28 Minnesota 0-9 L * Midwestern City Conference Games # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA 1983 Record: 51-17 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Midwest Regional F18 NORTHEASTERN STATE F18 NORTHEASTERN STATE F19 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F19 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F24 at Texas Christian F25 at Texas-Arlington F25 at Texas-Arlington F26 at Texas-Arlington F28 at Texas M1 at Texas M5 EMPORIA STATE M5 EMPORIA STATE M7 PHILLIPS M8 MARYMOUNT (Kan.) M8 MARYMOUNT (Kan.) M11 INDIANA STATE M12 KANSAS M12 INDIANA STATE M13 NOTRE DAME M14 NOTRE DAME M15 KANSAS STATE M16 KANSAS STATE M19 at Long Beach State M22 #at Cal-Riverside M23 #Northwestern M24 #Washington State M24 #St. John’s M25 #Santa Clara M25 #Brigham Young M26 #California M30 ILLINOIS M30 ILLINOIS A2 MINNESOTA A2 MINNESOTA A9 OKLAHOMA A9 OKLAHOMA A11 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A12 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. A15 OKLAHOMA STATE A16 at Oklahoma State A16 at Oklahoma State

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A19 at Wichita State A23 *EVANSVILLE A23 *EVANSVILLE A24 *EVANSVILLE A24 *EVANSVILLE A28 TEXAS WESLEYAN A29 TEXAS WESLEYAN A30 TEXAS WESLEYAN M2 TEXAS M3 TEXAS M6 at Arkansas M6 at Arkansas M7 ARKANSAS M7 ARKANSAS M11 *at St. Louis M11 *at St. Louis M16 *OKLAHOMA CITY M16 *OKLAHOMA CITY M17 *OKLAHOMA CITY M17 *OKLAHOMA CITY MCC Tournament Tulsa, OK M20 Notre Dame M21 Oklahoma City M22 Oklahoma City NCAA Midwest Regional Stillwater, OK M26 Arkansas M27 Oklahoma State M28 Wichita State M29 Oklahoma State * Midwestern City Conference Games # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA 1984 Record: 38-23-1 Coach: Larry Cochell F17 NORTHEASTERN STATE F18 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F18 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F23 at Texas-Arlington F24 at Texas Christian F25 at Texas-Arlington F25 at Texas-Arlington M1 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M2 EMPORIA STATE M3 EMPORIA STATE M3 EMPORIA STATE M5 PHILLIPS M8 KANSAS M9 ILLINOIS M10 ILLINOIS M10 ILLINOIS M13 MISSOURI WESTERN M14 MISSOURI WESTERN M14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M16 INDIANA STATE M17 INDIANA STATE M17 INDIANA STATE M20 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M22 EVANGEL M26 #Oregon State M27 #Brigham Young M28 #San Diego State M28 #Washington State M29 #at Cal-Riverside M30 #Cal-Fullerton M31 #Seton Hall A4 WICHITA STATE A6 MINNESOTA A9 SOUTHEASTERN OK A11 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI A13 *ST. LOUIS A13 *ST. LOUIS A14 *ST. LOUIS A14 *ST. LOUIS A17 OKLAHOMA A19 TEXAS TECH A20 *at Oklahoma City A21 *OKLAHOMA CITY A21 *OKLAHOMA CITY A27 TEXAS WESLEYAN A28 TEXAS WESLEYAN A28 TEXAS WESLEYAN M1 at Oklahoma M4 at Arkansas M4 at Arkansas M5 ARKANSAS M5 ARKANSAS M10 *at Evansville

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M10 *at Evansville M11 *at Evansville M11 *at Evansville M14 MIAMI (Fla.) M15 MIAMI (Fla.) MCC Tournament (Cincinnati, OH) M18 Xavier (Ohio) M19 Oklahoma City M20 Oklahoma City M20 Oklahoma City * Midwestern Collegiate Conference Games # Riverside Tournament, Riverside, CA

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* Midwestern Collegiate Conference Games # Tourn. of Champions, Minneapolis, MN 1986 Record: 43-20 Coach: Larry Cochell NCAA Mideast Regional F15 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. 6-0 W F15 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. 12-9 W F16 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. 14-4 W F20 at Texas Christian 6-7 L F21 at Texas-Arlington 14-7 W F21 at Texas-Arlington 3-8 L F22 at Texas-Arlington 4-8 L F22 at Texas-Arlington 4-5 L F25 at Oklahoma City 17-4 W F26 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST 17-9 W F28 *ST. LOUIS 11-0 W F28 *ST. LOUIS 9-5 W M1 *ST. LOUIS 15-0 W M1 *ST. LOUIS 12-1 W M4 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI 7-1 W M7 IOWA STATE 6-5 W M8 IOWA STATE 12-2 W M8 IOWA STATE 11-3 W M12 INDIANA STATE 10-5 W M13 INDIANA STATE 3-2 W M14 WESTERN ILLINOIS 15-5 W M15 WESTERN ILLINOIS 8-7 W M15 WESTERN ILLINOIS 10-4 W M17 at Loyola Marymount 11-5 W M18 at Southern California 6-7 L M19 at UCLA 11-1 W M21 at Cal-Irvine 10-5 W M22 at Cal-Irvine 5-11 L M22 at Cal-Irvine 9-5 W M25 at Oklahoma 7-9 L M27 CAL POLY POMONA 10-7 W M28 NORTHEASTERN STATE 20-8 W M29 CAL POLY POMONA 5-11 L M31 OKLAHOMA CITY 8-5 W A1 KANSAS STATE 10-6 W A4 NORTH CAROLINA 9-4 W A5 NORTH CAROLINA 1-3 L A8 WICHITA STATE 2-5 L A9 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 11-8 W A12 EMPORIA STATE 9-0 W A12 EMPORIA STATE 5-7 L A14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 11-10 W A16 OKLAHOMA 9-8 W A18 *at Evansville 4-1 W A18 *at Evansville 9-5 W A22 at Wichita State 5-1 W A24 EVANGEL 7-4 W A25 NEBRASKA 9-5 W A26 NEBRASKA 4-3 W M2 CALIFORNIA 6-8 L M3 CALIFORNIA 3-5 L M3 CALIFORNIA 8-10 L M5 at New Orleans 6-9 L M6 at New Orleans 8-6 W M8 at Arkansas 5-7 L M9 ARKANSAS 6-15 L M10 ARKANSAS 8-9 L MCC Tournament (Detroit,MI) M16 Xavier (Ohio) 3-1 W M17 Evansville 8-1 W M18 Detroit 6-5 W NCAA Mideast Regional (Ann Arbor, MI) M23 Central Michigan 2-7 L M24 Michigan 6-5 W M25 Central Michigan 2-6 L * MCC Games 1987 Record: 48-19 Coach: Gary Vaught NCAA West I Regional F14 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F14 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. F19 at Texas-Arlington F24 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST F24 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST F27 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN M3 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M3 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M4 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M4 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI

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Game-by-Game Results M6 TEXAS TECH M6 EMPORIA STATE M7 EMPORIA STATE M7 EMPORIA STATE M9 DALLAS BAPTIST M9 DALLAS BAPTIST M10 DALLAS BAPTIST M13 *ST. LOUIS M13 *ST. LOUIS M14 *ST. LOUIS M14 *ST. LOUIS M16 HOUSTON M17 WASHBURN M17 WASHBURN M18 WASHINGTON STATE M20 at Louisiana State M21 at Louisiana State M25 EVANGEL M27 SW LOUISIANA M28 SW LOUISIANA M28 SW LOUISIANA M31 WICHITA STATE A1 OKLAHOMA (x) A3 OKLAHOMA STATE A4 at Oklahoma State A8 at Oklahoma (x) A10 TEXAS-ARLINGTON A11 TEXAS-ARLINGTON A11 TEXAS-ARLINGTON A14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A16 at Creighton A17 at Nebraska A18 at Nebraska A20 at Wichita State A21 at Wichita State A24 *EVANSVILLE (x) A24 *EVANSVILLE A25 *EVANSVILLE A25 *EVANSVILLE A27 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. A29 PHILLIPS M1 KANSAS STATE M2 KANSAS STATE (x) M5 WICHITA STATE M7 at Arkansas M8 at Arkansas M9 ARKANSAS M10 CREIGHTON MCC Tournament (Evansville, IN) M15 Detroit M16 Evansville M17 Evansville M17 Evansville NCAA West I Regional (Palo Alto, CA) M22 Washington State M23 Minnesota M24 Wichita State M24 Washington State (x) M25 Stanford * Midwestern Collegiate Conference Games 1988 Record: 30-29 Coach: Gary Vaught F19 at Baylor F20 at Baylor F20 at Baylor F26 #Texas-Arlington F26 #Oklahoma State F27 #at SW Louisiana (10) F28 #at SW Louisiana M1 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS M4 BAYLOR M8 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M8 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M9 EMPORIA STATE M9 EMPORIA STATE M11 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M12 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M12 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M13 KENTUCKY M14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN M16 NEW MEXICO M18 OKLAHOMA M19 at Oklahoma (10) M20 KANSAS STATE M22 at Texas Tech M23 at Texas Tech

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M24 at Lubbock Christian M25 NORTHERN IOWA M26 WICHITA STATE M27 WICHITA STATE M29 KENT STATE M30 KENT STATE A1 CREIGHTON A2 CREIGHTON (8) A2 CREIGHTON A4 WASHBURN A4 WASHBURN A7 at Oklahoma State A8 OKLAHOMA STATE A9 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A12 DALLAS BAPTIST A12 DALLAS BAPTIST A13 at Wichita State A15 at San Diego State A16 at San Diego State A17 at San Diego State A18 at U.S. International A19 at U.S. International A22 NEBRASKA A23 NEBRASKA A24 NEBRASKA A26 at Wichita State A27 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST A27 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST A30 at Southwest Missouri M1 S.WEST MISSOURI (17) M7 at Kansas State M8 at Kansas State M12 RICE M15 at Arkansas M16 at Arkansas # Louisiana Classic (Lafayette, LA) 1989 Record: 36-18 Coach: Gary Vaught F16 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F16 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F20 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST F20 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST F21 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. F21 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. F24 #Tulane F25 #Louisiana State F26 #at New Orleans F28 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M1 CAMERON M3 KANSAS (10) M3 KANSAS M10 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. M11 WICHITA STATE M12 WICHITA STATE M13 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS M14 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS M14 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN M15 STEPHEN F. AUSTIN (10) M16 TEXAS TECH M17 TEXAS TECH M18 IOWA STATE M19 IOWA STATE M21 MISSOURI M22 MISSOURI (11) M24 OKLAHOMA M25 at Oklahoma M26 OKLAHOMA STATE M28 WASHBURN M28 WASHBURN (10) M30 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI A1 at New Mexico State A1 at New Mexico State A2 at New Mexico State A4 at Wichita State A5 at Wichita State A7 DALLAS BAPTIST A8 DALLAS BAPTIST (8) A8 DALLAS BAPTIST (8) A11 @Oklahoma State A12 at Oklahoma State A14 SAN DIEGO STATE A15 SAN DIEGO STATE (10) A16 SAN DIEGO STATE A18 at Nebraska A18 at Nebraska A19 at Creighton

10-13 L 10-8 W 0-9 L 5-6 L 7-12 L 2-3 L 8-2 W 5-10 L 13-1 W 9-3 W 12-1 W 3-8 L 3-7 L 8-4 W 3-1 W 2-12 L 6-7 L 2-13 L 1-6 L 2-11 L 6-15 L 15-5 W 7-9 L 4-8 L 11-1 W 8-7 W 9-3 W 4-0 W 4-2 W 5-4 W 12-7 W 11-16 L 11-2 W 7-18 L 11-3 W

5-1 W 7-5 W 14-0 W 12-0 W 6-1 W 9-4 W 6-3 W 7-10 L 1-2 L 2-7 L 14-3 W 5-7 L 13-9 W 7-4 W 3-21 L 2-11 L 12-1 W 32-3 W 11-1 W 15-14 W 5-6 L 4-5 L 10-7 W 5-3 W 10-2 W 3-2 W 9-5 W 11-18 L 12-5 W 18-5 W 5-4 W 5-19 L 14-12 W 19-11 W 13-6 W 1-4 L 9-10 L 10-1 W 5-4 W 8-7 W 6-1 W 4-3 W 4-3 W 6-5 W 4-8 L 1-9 L 4-3 W 2-4 L

A20 at Creighton 9-6 A21 at Kansas 10-11 A22 at Kansas (11) 2-3 A25 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 7-3 A28 KANSAS STATE 5-13 A29 KANSAS STATE 9-2 # New Orleans Tournament, New Orleans, LA @ Tulsa County Stadium, Tulsa, OK 1990 Record: 37-25 Coach: Allan Barker F23 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN F23 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN F25 at East Central F25 at East Central F27 NORTHEASTERN STATE F27 NORTHEASTERN STATE M1 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M1 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST M3 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. M3 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. M5 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M5 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M6 at Northwestern Oklahoma M6 at Northwestern Oklahoma M9 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS M10 MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS M12 BELLEVUE (10) M13 NEW MEXICO STATE M16 WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE M16 WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE M17 WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE M17 WISCONSIN-EAU CLAIRE M21 at Southwest Baptist M21 at Southwest Baptist M27 at Northeastern State M27 at Northeastern State M29 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. M29 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. M31 at Oklahoma Baptist M31 at Oklahoma Baptist A5 at Oklahoma Christian A5 at Oklahoma Christian A6 DALLAS BAPTIST A7 DALLAS BAPTIST A7 DALLAS BAPTIST A10 COLL. OF SOUTHWEST A10 COLL. OF SOUTHWEST A14 at Oklahoma City A14 at Oklahoma City A16 at Kansas Newman A16 at Kansas Newman A17 MISSOURI SOUTHERN (8) A17 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A19 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. A19 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. A21 EAST CENTRAL A21 EAST CENTRAL A23 at Arkansas A24 KANSAS NEWMAN A24 KANSAS NEWMAN A28 OKLAHOMA CITY A28 OKLAHOMA CITY M1 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST M1 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST (8) NAIA District Nine Playoffs (Tulsa, OK) M4 Southeastern Oklahoma M4 Oklahoma Baptist M5 Southwestern Oklahoma M6 Oklahoma City 1991 Record: 60-15 Coach: Allan Barker F19 PITTSBURG STATE F19 PITTSBURG STATE F21 at Arkansas F23 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F23 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F27 at Northwestern Oklahoma F27 at Northwestern Oklahoma M2 EAST CENTRAL M3 BELLEVUE M4 NORTHWOOD INSTITUTE M5 NORTHWOOD INSTITUTE M7 EASTERN MICHIGAN M9 at Oklahoma Baptist

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M9 at Oklahoma Baptist 2-8 L M10 EASTERN MICHIGAN 6-8 L M12 at East Central 12-0 W M12 at East Central 14-10 W M14 at Oklahoma City 10-7 W M14 at Oklahoma City (8) 7-6 W M16 HANNIBAL-LaGRANGE 12-2 W M16 HANNIBAL-LaGRANGE 6-1 W M17 MISSOURI VALLEY (8) 8-7 W M17 MISSOURI VALLEY 3-2 W M19 at Northeastern State 3-9 L M19 at Northeastern State 5-1 W M20 VALLEY CITY STATE 15-6 W M21 VALLEY CITY STATE 6-4 W M21 VALLEY CITY STATE 14-4 W M23 at Southwestern Oklahoma 13-3 W M23 at Southwestern Oklahoma 10-0 W M26 at Southeastern Oklahoma 13-11 W M26 at Southeastern Oklahoma 5-4 W M27 ARKANSAS TECH 13-3 W M29 COLL. OF SOUTHWEST 7-2 W M30 at Oklahoma Christian 8-2 W M30 at Oklahoma Christian 14-1 W A1 at Pittsburg State 7-1 W A1 at Pittsburg State 11-3 W A4 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. 5-4 W A4 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. 10-0 W A6 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 4-1 W A6 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA 4-3 W A9 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN 7-6 W A9 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN 8-2 W A11 at Missouri Southern 5-2 W A11 at Missouri Southern 0-1 L A13 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST 12-2 W A13 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST 3-0 W A15 NORTHEASTERN STATE 8-1 W A15 NORTHEASTERN STATE 6-0 W A16 at Central Oklahoma 10-5 W A16 at Central Oklahoma 22-9 W A19 DALLAS BAPTIST 10-12 L A20 DALLAS BAPTIST 5-10 L A20 DALLAS BAPTIST 8-2 W A23 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. 5-6 L A23 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. 2-9 L A25 SOUTHWEST BAPTIST 5-3 W A27 OKLAHOMA CITY 4-3 W A27 OKLAHOMA CITY 3-2 W A28 BENEDICTINE 10-0 W A28 BENEDICTINE (8) 7-6 W A30 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. 0-5 L A30 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. 15-3 W NAIA District Nine Playoffs (Tulsa, OK) M3 Southeastern Oklahoma 10-6 W M5 Oklahoma Baptist 9-7 W M6 Oklahoma Baptist 12-11 W NAIA Area Three Playoffs (Mayville, ND) M16 Emporia State 12-9 W M17 Mayville (N.D.) 24-7 W M18 Mayville (N.D.) 5-0 W NAIA College World Series (Lewiston, ID) M26 Lewis-Clark State 8-13 L M27 Grand View (Iowa) 6-0 W M28 South Carolina-Aiken 3-2 W M29 North Florida 3-2 W M31 Lewis-Clark State 0-7 L 1992 Record: 35-17-2 Coach: Allan Barker F18 at Southwestern Oklahoma F18 at Southwestern Oklahoma F22 MO. SOUTHERN (11) F22 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F25 at Pittsburg State F25 at Pittsburg State F29 LINDENWOOD F29 LINDENWOOD M1 at Northeastern State M1 at Northeastern State M3 BRIAR CLIFF M3 BRIAR CLIFF M5 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M11 PITTSBURG STATE M11 PITTSBURG STATE M12 EVANGEL M12 EVANGEL M13 WISC.-EAU CLAIRE M13 WISC.-EAU CLAIRE

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Game-by-Game Results M16 #Missouri Southern M16 #Miami (Ohio) M17 #Texas A&M M17 #at Texas-Pan American M18 #Arkansas State M19 #Texas-Pan American M20 #Miami (Ohio) M21 #Miami (Ohio) M23 at Oklahoma Baptist (9) M23 at Oklahoma Baptist M25 at Arkansas M27 VALLEY CITY STATE M27 VALLEY CITY STATE M28 VALLEY CITY STATE M30 KANSAS NEWMAN M30 KANSAS NEWMAN M31 KANSAS NEWMAN A2 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. A2 SOUTHWESTERN OKLA. A4 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. A4 NORTHWESTERN OKLA. A7 at Central Oklahoma A9 at Southeastern Oklahoma A9 at Southeastern Oklahoma A11 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN A12 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN A14 at Missouri Southern A14 at Missouri Southern A16 NORTHEASTERN STATE A18 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A18 OKLAHOMA BAPTIST A22 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA A25 OKLAHOMA CITY A25 OKLAHOMA CITY (10) A28 SOUTHEASTERN OKLA. # Jody Ramsey Tournament (Edinburg, TX) 1993 Record: 35-16 Coach: Allan Barker F21 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F21 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F23 PITTSBURG STATE F23 PITTSBURG STATE M1 at Texas Tech M2 at Texas Tech M5 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M5 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M9 at Nebraska M9 at Nebraska M10 at Nebraska M12 NEW MEXICO STATE M13 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M14 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M16 NEW MEXICO STATE M20 at Baylor M20 at Baylor M21 MISSOURI VALLEY M21 MISSOURI VALLEY M23 NORTHEASTERN STATE M23 NORTHEASTERN STATE M25 ARKANSAS TECH M25 ARKANSAS TECH M27 at Texas Christian M27 at Texas Christian M28 at Texas Christian M30 HASTINGS M30 HASTINGS M31 at Arkansas A1 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A3 KANSAS NEWMAN A3 KANSAS NEWMAN A6 at Missouri Southern A6 at Missouri Southern (8) A9 at Oklahoma City A10 OKLAHOMA CITY A10 OKLAHOMA CITY A13 WICHITA STATE A14 at Wichita State (12) A17 at Lubbock Christian A17 at Lubbock Christian A18 at Lubbock Christian A20 ARKANSAS A21 at Wichita State A22 at Wichita State A24 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN A24 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN A25 LUBBOCK CHRISTIAN

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1994 Record: 30-23 Coach: Allan Barker F13 MO. SOUTHERN (10) F18 NEBRASKA F19 NEBRASKA F20 NEBRASKA F23 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F26 at Northwestern State (La.) F26 at Northwestern St (La.) (14) F27 at Northwestern State M2 at Oklahoma State M3 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M4 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE M5 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M6 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M7 BAYLOR M11 at Rice (10) M12 at Rice M12 at Rice M14 CENTRAL MISSOURI M15 IOWA STATE M16 MISSOURI M17 MISSOURI M18 CENTENARY M19 CENTENARY M19 CENTENARY M21 MINNESOTA M22 at Missouri (10) M23 at Missouri M27 at Southwest Missouri M27 at Southwest Missouri M29 ARKANSAS M30 at Arkansas A2 LeTOURNEAU A4 at Baylor (11) A5 at Baylor A6 OKLAHOMA STATE (11) A8 at Nebraska A9 at Nebraska A10 at Nebraska A12 ARKANSAS A15 at Texas-Arlington A16 at Texas-Arlington A20 at Arkansas A22 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA A24 ARKANSAS COLLEGE A24 ARKANSAS COLLEGE A30 NEW MEXICO STATE M3 TEXAS-ARLINGTON M4 WICHITA STATE M7 RICE M7 RICE M8 RICE (13) M11 at Wichita State M12 at Kansas

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1995 Record: 21-34 Coach: Allan Barker F18 KANSAS STATE F19 KANSAS STATE F24 #Kasnas State F25 #Creighton F25 #at McNeese State F26 #Creighton F28 at Texas-Arlington M5 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M5 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M9 at Southwest Missouri M11 @Portland State M11 @at New Mexico State M13 @Miami-Ohio M14 @at New Mexico State M15 @Miami-Ohio M15 @at New Mexico State M16 @New Mexico M17 @Miami-Ohio M20 MINNESOTA M21 MINNESOTA M21 ARKANSAS M22 KANSAS M25 BUTLER M25 BUTLER

8-6 W 14-9 W 2-3 L 2-9 L 0-7 L 3-6 L 4-9 L 4-8 L 6-3 W 4-11 L 2-18 L 13-14 L 7-4 W 9-3 W 16-19 L 2-12 L 6-11 L 10-3 W 4-2 W 2-1 W 0-7 L 7-4 W 9-11 L 8-7 W

M26 BUTLER 3-6 L M26 BUTLER 4-1 W M28 OKLAHOMA STATE 2-12 L M29 at Southwest Missouri 10-5 W A1 NORTHWESTERN STATE 4-5 L A1 NORTHWESTERN STATE 6-7 L A2 NORTHWESTERN STATE 4-7 L A4 $ARKANSAS 2-8 L A5 at Southeast Missouri 8-5 W A6 at Southeast Missouri 3-5 L A8 MISSOURI 2-10 L A8 MISSOURI 9-14 L A9 MISSOURI 3-14 L A13 at Oklahoma State 7-2 W A14 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 4-3 W A15 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 4-3 W A15 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 2-1 W A18 OKLAHOMA 3-9 L A22 at Kansas State 9-8 W A23 at Kansas State 10-16 L A25 ARKANSAS 5-0 W A26 at Arkansas 1-9 L A29 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 7-6 W A30 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 6-7 L A30 TEXAS CHRISTIAN 3-5 L M9 WICHITA STATE 5-4 W M10 at Wichita State 0-9 L M12 at Kansas 1-7 L M13 at Kansas 6-13 L M13 at Kansas 7-13 L M14 KANSAS 2-7 L # Lake Area Classic at McNeese State @ Hampton Inn Classic at Mew Mexico State $ at Drillers Stadium, Tulsa, OK 1996 Record: 32-24 Coach: Sunny Golloway F9 at Texas Christian F10 at Texas Christian F10 at Texas Christian F13 PITTSBURG STATE F15 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN F17 CREIGHTON F17 CREIGHTON F18 CREIGHTON F20 at Arkansas F21 at Arkansas-Little Rock F23 NEBRASKA F24 NEBRASKA F25 NEBRASKA F28 at Centenary F28 at Centenary F29 at Centenary M2 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M3 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M5 MISSOURI SOUTHERN M9 TAMPA M9 TAMPA M10 TAMPA M13 #Notre Dame M14 #Indiana M15 #Southern Illinois M16 #Notre Dame M19 MISSOURI WESTERN M20 at Oklahoma M22 at Texas M23 at Texas M26 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK M30 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M30 TEXAS CHRISTIAN M31 TEXAS CHRISTIAN A2 ARKANSAS A5 at Nebraska A6 at Nebraska A7 at Nebraska (10) A10 ARKANSAS (10) A12 at Missouri A13 at Missouri A17 at Creighton A17 at Crieghton A20 IOWA STATE A20 IOWA STATE A21 IOWA STATE A23 OKLAHOMA A24 at Arkansas A26 OKLAHOMA STATE A27 at Oklahoma State

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M4 KANSAS M5 KANSAS M8 at Kansas State M8 at Kansas State M11 @Creighton M12 at Kansas # -at Irish Classic (San Antonio, TX) @ -at Lawrence, KS 1997 Record: 26-30 Coach: Sunny Golloway F1 at Texas Christian F2 at Texas Christian F3 PITTSBURG STATE F7 at Texas F8 at Texas F9 at Texas F15 MISSOURI F15 MISSOURI F16 MISSOURI F19 at Louisiana-Lafayette F20 at Louisiana-Lafayette F22 at Arizona F23 at Arizona F27 SOUTHERN NAZARENE M1 BRADLEY M1 BRADLEY M2 BRADLEY (10) M5 at Texas Southern M6 at Houston M8 CENTENARY M8 CENTENARY M9 CENTENARY M14 #MICHIGAN M15 #PEPPERDINE M16 #KANSAS STATE M21 EASTERN ILLINOIS M22 EASTERN ILLINOIS M23 EASTERN ILLINOIS M26 HOWARD M27 HOWARD M27 KANSAS (10) M28 OREGON STATE M29 OREGON STATE M31 at Kansas A2 ARKANSAS-LITTLE ROCK A5 OKLAHOMA A11 EAST CENTRAL A11 EAST CENTRAL A14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN A15 OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN A19 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI A19 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI A20 SOUTHEAST MISSOURI A22 ARKANSAS A23 at Arkansas M2 OKLAHOMA STATE M3 at Oklahoma State M6 at Centenary M6 at Centenary M9 at Kansas State (10) M10 at Kansas State M11 at Kansas State M15 at Miami-Fla. M16 at Miami-Fla. M17 at Miami-Fla. (10) #-F&M Bank Classic (Tulsa, OK) 1998 Record: 45-20 (18-6 Mid-Con) Coach: Sunny Golloway Mid-Con Champions NCAA Midwest Regional F7 SOUTHERN NAZARENE F11 PITTSBURG STATE F13 $ Texas-Arlington F14 $ Texas A&M F15 $ Arkansas State F18 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F21 ST. LOUIS F21 ST. LOUIS F22 ST. LOUIS F24 at Texas F27 at TCU F28 at TCU M1 at TCU M5 # Ohio State

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Game-by-Game Results M5 # UNLV 4-10 L M6 # Cal State-Northridge 14-7 W M7 # Washington State 10-6 W M8 # Lewis-Clark State 5-1 W M10 EAST CENTRAL 8-1 W M14 ^Michigan (10) 7-8 L M14 at Oklahoma 9-5 W M21 CHICAGO STATE* 10-1 W M21 CHICAGO STATE* 3-7 L M22 CHICAGO STATE* 5-0 W M22 CHICAGO STATE* 7-2 W M25 EMPORIA STATE 13-9 W M27 HOWARD 8-3 W M28 HOWARD 6-7 L M28 HOWARD 16-1 W M29 HOWARD 8-3 W A1 OKLAHOMA 2-4 L A4 at Western Illinois* 5-6 L A4 at Western Illinois* 12-1 W A5 at Western Illinois* 15-0 W A5 at Western Illinois* 0-5 L A8 PANHANDLE STATE 18-0 W A8 PANHANDLE STATE 18-3 W A11 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS* 4-3 W A11 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS* 9-0 W A12 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS* 9-0 W A12 NORTHEASTERN ILLINOIS* 6-7 L A15 at Arkansas 7-19 L A18 at Valparaiso* (8) 5-4 W A18 at Valparaiso* 2-1 W A19 at Valparaiso* 1-3 L A19 at Valparaiso* 9-3 W A22 ARKANSAS 5-8 L A25 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4-8 L A25 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 4-2 W A26 VALPARAISO* 13-6 W A26 VALPARAISO* 16-1 W A28 EAST CENTRAL 21-8 W M2 at Chicago State* 9-3 W M2 at Chicago State* 7-0 W M3 at Northeastern Illinois* 7-4 W M3 at Northeastern Illinois* 16-4 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M7 Central Connecticut 5-3 W M8 C.W. Post 12-5 W M9 Valparaiso 7-4 W M10 Valparaiso 12-10 W NCAA Play-In (Tulsa, OK) M14 BUTLER (10) 5-4 W M14 BUTLER 18-5 W NCAA Central Regional (College Station, TX) M21 Rice 1-11 L M22 UNC Charlotte 20-13 W M23 Washington 6-13 L $- at UTA Howard Johnson Classic (Arlington, TX) #- at UNLV Desert Classic (Las Vegas, NV) ^-at Norman, OK 1999 Record: 46-15 (14-4 Mid-Con) Coach: Sunny Golloway Mid-Con Champions NCAA Central Regional F5 $ Texas Christian F6 $ Sam Houston State F7 $ Texas Arlington F13 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F14 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F19 INDIANA STATE F20 INDIANA STATE F21 INDIANA STATE F26 # Texas Arlington F27 # Oklahoma F28 # Arkansas State M3 at Texas M5 CW POST M6 CW POST M7 CW POST M10 at Texas Arlington M14 at Texas Christian M16 IOWA STATE M17 IOWA STATE M19 CENTRAL MICHIGAN M20 CENTRAL MICHIGAN M21 CENTRAL MICHIGAN M27 CHICAGO STATE * M27 CHICAGO STATE * M28 CHICAGO STATE *

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A22 at Southern Utah* 14-10 W A25 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 6-5 W A26 at Oklahoma State 6-2 W A29 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 3-2 W A29 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 5-3 W A30 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 5-0 W A30 YOUNGSTOWN STATE* 8-7 W M6 CHICAGO STATE* 2-1 W M6 CHICAGO STATE* 16-1 W M7 CHICAGO STATE* 15-0 W M7 CHICAGO STATE* 5-0 W M10 TEXAS WESLEYAN 6-5 W M12 at Western Illinois* 6-2 W M12 at Western Illinois* 12-9 W M13 at Western Illinois* 10-5 W M13 at Western Illinois* 10-9 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M17 Valparaiso 5-3 W M18 Southern Utah 1-6 L M19 Youngstown State 26-2 W M19 Oakland 20-1 W M20 Southern Utah 8-4 W NCAA Regional (Oklahoma City, OK) M26 Oklahoma 5-6 L M27 Delaware 4-2 W M27 Oklahoma 7-9 L #-at McNeese State Tournament (Lake Charles, LA) $-at Univ. of Houston Tournament (Houston, TX) %-at Drillers Stadium (Tulsa, OK) 2001 Record: 45-13 (26-1 Mid-Con) Coach: Sunny Golloway Mid-Con Champions NCAA Regional F17 # Southwest Missouri F17 # Arkansas State F18 # Texas-Arlington F20 SOUTHERN NAZARENE F23 $ Southern Illinois F24 $ Centenary F25 $ Northwestern State M2 MASSACHUSETTES M3 MASSACHUSETTES M4 MASSACHUSETTES M6 at Arizona State M9 CREIGHTON M10 CREIGHTON M13 OKLAHOMA M14 USAO M16 WASHINGTON STATE M17 WASHINGTON STATE M18 WASHINGTON STATE M20 TEXAS-ARLINGTON M24 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI M25 at Southwest Missouri M31 OAKLAND* M31 OAKLAND* A1 OAKLAND* A1 OAKLAND* A4 at Kansas State A7 SOUTHERN UTAH* A7 SOUTHERN UTAH* A8 SOUTHERN UTAH* A9 SOUTHERN UTAH* A10 at Texas-Arlington A14 at Youngstown State* A14 at Youngstown State* A15 at Youngstown State* A17 ARKANSAS A19 ARIZONA STATE (11) A21 at Chicago State* A21 at Chicago State* A24 ^Oklahoma A25 KANSAS STATE A28 WESTERN ILLINOIS* A28 WESTERN ILLINOIS* A29 WESTERN ILLINOIS* A29 WESTERN ILLINOIS* M1 at Arkansas M2 BRIGHAM YOUNG M3 ST. GREGORY’S M5 at IUPUI* M5 at IUPUI* M6 at IUPUI* M6 at IUPUI* M8 CENTRAL OKLAHOMA M12 at Valparaiso*

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M12 at Valparaiso* 15-3 W M13 at Valparaiso* 11-1 W M13 at Valparaiso* 15-1 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M17 Youngstown State 10-3 W M18 Southern Utah 4-3 W M19 Southern Utah 13-8 W NCAA Regional (Los Angeles, CA) M25 Southern California 4-12 L M26 Fresno State 1-2 L #-at UTA Invitational (Arlington, TX) $-NSU Baseball Classic (Natchitoches, LA) ^-at Drillers Stadium (Tulsa, OK) 2002 Record: 48-19 (16-2 Mid-Con) Coach: Sunny Golloway Mid-Con Champions NCAA Regional J31 $ Southern Utah 9-1 W F1 $ Oregon State (11) 9-10 L F2 $ Arizona State 4-5 L F9 at Hawaii-Hilo 9-2 W F9 at Hawaii-Hilo 4-3 W F10 at Hawaii-Hilo 6-1 W F10 at Hawaii-Hilo 20-6 W F15 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 7-1 W F16 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 0-2 L F17 MISSOURI SOUTHERN (11) 8-7 W F22 at Baylor 3-7 L F23 at Baylor 8-9 L F24 at Baylor 2-4 L M7 EAST CENTRAL 8-1 W M11 % Fordham 7-1 W M12 % Liberty 21-5 W M13 % Pacific 6-8 L M14 % Illinois State 16-3 W M15 % Fresno State 3-9 L M16 % Gonzaga 4-1 W M23 ! Michigan 11-4 W M24 at Kansas 22-5 W M27 at Texas-Arlington 7-3 W M29 COPPIN STATE 13-2 W M30 COPPIN STATE 17-0 W M31 COPPIN STATE 10-4 W A2 KANSAS 8-0 W A6 at Western Illinois* (11) 8-4 W A6 at Western Illinois* 19-4 W A9 TEXAS-ARLINGTON 4-0 W A12 at Oklahoma State 0-8 L A14 OKLAHOMA STATE 8-3 W A15 at Oklahoma State 0-6 L A16 ARKANSAS 0-14 L A19 OKLAHOMA 2-6 L A20 at Oklahoma 5-6 L A21 at Oklahoma 5-7 L A24 NORTHWESTERN OK 5-4 W A24 NORTHWESTERN OK 11-0 W A27 VALPARAISO* 7-3 W A27 VALPARAISO* 12-2 W A28 VALPARAISO* 12-2 W A28 VALPARAISO* 5-0 W A30 at Arkansas 3-6 L M4 CHICAGO STATE* 7-6 W M4 CHICAGO STATE* 11-0 W M5 CHICAGO STATE* 8-3 W M5 CHICAGO STATE* 8-3 W M7 NORTHWESTERN (LA) STATE 2-0 W M8 NORTHWESTERN (LA) STATE 5-4 W M10 at Southern Utah* 1-5 L M10 at Southern Utah* 9-1 W M11 at Southern Utah* 8-4 W M11 at Southern Utah* 5-1 W M14 TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO 10-5 W M15 TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO 3-1 W M18 OAKLAND* 6-0 W M18 OAKLAND* 7-1 W M19 OAKLAND* 6-0 W M19 OAKLAND* 3-6 L Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M23 Valparaiso 8-0 W M24 Oakland 12-3 W M25 Southern Utah 7-1 W NCAA Regional (Wichita, KS) M31 Wichita State 6-1 W J1 Arkansas 6-7 L J1 Wichita State 15-8 W J2 Arkansas 6-11 L

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M5 CREIGHTON 6-1 W M6 CREIGHTON 8-7 W M7 CREIGHTON 15-2 W M9 SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE 5-1 W M12 $ UC-Irvine 11-4 W M13 $ Washington State 6-4 W M14 $ Pepperdine 13-3 W M16 Kansas 2-1 W M19 at Texas-Pan American 1-0 W M20 at Texas-Pan American 12-10 W M21 at Texas-Pan American 1-4 L M23 OKLAHOMA 6-4 W M26 SOUTH ALABAMA 2-5 L M27 SOUTH ALABAMA 10-1 W M27 SOUTH ALABAMA 5-3 W M31 at Oklahoma 4-5 L A3 CHICAGO STATE* 21-6 W A3 CHICAGO STATE* 8-0 W A4 CHICAGO STATE* 11-2 W A4 CHICAGO STATE* 16-0 W A6 at Wichita State 13-9 W A8 at Arizona State 9-7 W A9 at Arizona State 1-5 L A10 at Arizona State 6-5 W A13 at Arkansas 6-4 W A16 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 1-0 W A16 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 13-2 W A17 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 3-2 W A17 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 7-4 W A24 at Centenary* 5-2 W A24 at Centenary* 22-5 W A27 Arkansas 4-8 L M1 at Valparaiso* 4-1 W M1 at Valparaiso* 5-3 W M2 at Valparaiso* 2-1 W M2 at Valparaiso* 5-2 W M11 at Kansas 4-3 W M15 Oakland* 6-1 W M15 Oakland* 9-3 W M16 Oakland* 4-1 W M16 Oakland* 6-0 W M21 at Southern Utah* 8-1 W M21 at Southern Utah* 9-4 W M22 at Southern Utah* 7-10 L M22 at Southern Utah* 7-3 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Shreveport, LA) M27 Southern Utah 28-8 W M28 Western Illinois 8-5 W M29 Southern Utah 12-4 W NCAA Regional (Austin, TX) J4 TCU 6-5 W J5 Texas 5-7 L J5 TCU 10-1 W J6 Texas 3-7 L $-Yellowbook USA Classic (Malibu, CA) 2005 Record: 42-20 (22-2 Mid-Con) Coach: Rob Walton Mid-Con Champions NCAA Regional F11 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F12 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F13 MISSOURI SOUTHERN F18 at Baylor F19 at Baylor F20 at Baylor F25 at South Alabama F26 at South Alabama M3 BYU M4 BYU M5 BYU M10 $ SW Missouri State M10 $ Texas-San Antonio M11 $ Notre Dame M12 $ Texas-San Antonio M18 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN M19 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN M20 TEXAS-PAN AMERICAN M22 WICHITA STATE M24 at UC-Santa Barbara M25 at UC-Santa Barbara M26 at UC-Santa Barbara M29 at SW Missouri State M31 at Miami A1 at Miami A2 at Miami A3 at Miami

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

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M13 at Southern Utah* 3-4 L M16 at Oklahoma State 13-2 W M20 OAKLAND* 5-4 W M20 OAKLAND* 5-2 W M21 OAKLAND* 21-1 W M21 OAKLAND* 7-0 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M25 CENTENARY 5-4 W M26 WESTERN ILLINOIS 21-2 W M27 WESTERN ILLINOIS 2-0 W NCAA Regional (Fayetteville, AR) J02 at Arkansas 4-3 W J03 vs Oklahoma State 5-4 W J04 vs Oklahoma State 9-2 W NCAA Super Regional (Clemson, SC) J09 at Clemson 8-11 L J10 at Clemson 5-6 L # - UTA Invitational(Arlington, TX) & - Rockhounds College Classic (Midland, TX) 2007 Record: 40-17 (19-1 Mid-Con) Coach: Rob Walton Mid-Con Champions NCAA Regional F10 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 14-5 W F11 MISSOURI SOUTHERN 11-1 W F16 at TCU 1-2 L F17 at TCU 8-10 L F18 at TCU 4-8 L F23 at Baylor 2-3 L F24 at Baylor 8-12 L F25 at Baylor 4-2 W F27 Kansas 9-1 W M02 at Texas 0-13 L M03 at Texas 3-5 L M04 at Texas 1-5 L M07 MISSOURI STATE 7-4 W M08 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 10-4 W M09 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 5-0 W M13 at Arkansas 2-10 L M15 PENN STATE 12-0 W M16 PENN STATE 11-8 W M17 PENN STATE 4-2 W M22 at California 2-1 W M23 at California 3-8 L M24 at California 1-6 L M27 ARKANSAS 5-3 W M31 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 7-1 W M31 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 2-3 L A01 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 3-2 W A03 WICHITA STATE 7-4 W A05 at Long Beach State 0-4 L A06 at Long Beach State 7-8 L A07 at Long Beach State 3-2 W A17 at Wichita State 4-0 W A20 SOUTHERN UTAH* 10-4 W A21 SOUTHERN UTAH* 5-4 W A21 SOUTHERN UTAH* 7-0 W A22 SOUTHERN UTAH* 13-1 W A27 VALPARAISO* 17-5 W A28 VALPARAISO* 7-2 W A28 VALPARAISO* 8-0 W A29 VALPARAISO* 3-7 L M04 at Oakland* 15-2 W M05 at Oakland* 8-3 W M06 at Oakland* 8-2 W M07 at Oakland* 15-10 W M08 at Missouri State 9-6 W M11 CENTENARY* 12-1 W M12 CENTENARY* 8-3 W M12 CENTENARY* 13-2 W M13 CENTENARY* 3-2 W M17 at Western Illinois* 7-2 W M18 at Western Illinois* 9-5 W M18 at Western Illinois* 18-2 W M19 at Western Illinois* 11-3 W Mid-Continent Conference Tournament (Macomb, IL) M24 vs. Centenary 20-0 W M25 vs. Valparaiso 4-2 W M26 vs. Centenary 9-1 W NCAA Regional (Wichita, KS) J1 vs. Arizona 4-3 L J2 vs Oklahoma State 5-4 W

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Game-by-Game Results 2008 Record: 48-14 (24-4 Summit League) Coach: Rob Walton Summit League Champions NCAA Regional F22 vs. Army# 9-1 F22 at Texas-San Antonio# 5-3 F23 vs. Louisiana-Lafayette# 6-5 F24 vs. Texas Tech# 7-6 F29 LEMOYNE 10-3 M1 LEMOYNE 10-6 M2 LEMOYNE 9-4 M7 vs. Dallas Baptist& 1-5 M8 at Texas-Arlington& 10-1 M9 vs. McNeese State& 4-8 M11 BAYLOR 7-6 M12 BAYLOR 12-2 M14 at Pepperdine 3-5 M15 at Pepperdine 2-10 M16 at Pepperdine 13-10 M20 DALLAS BAPTIST 5-1 M21 DALLAS BAPTIST 6-19 M22 DALLAS BAPTIST 5-4 M24 at Texas (10) 4-5 M27 BYU 13-9 M28 BYU 16-1 M29 BYU 12-5 A2 at Wichita State 8-10 A4 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 6-4 A5 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 20-2 A5 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 13-0 A6 NORTH DAKOTA STATE* 7-6 A8 at Arkansas 9-4 A11 at Centenary* (16) 10-9 A12 at Centenary* 8-4 A12 at Centenary* 7-3 A13 at Centenary* 7-9 A15 ARKANSAS 12-2 A18 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 19-2 A19 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 11-3 A19 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 7-6 A20 WESTERN ILLINOIS* 10-4 A22 at Missouri State 6-9 A24 at Southern Utah* 7-11 A25 at Southern Utah* 7-0 A25 at Southern Utah* 15-8 A26 at Southern Utah* 4-16 M2 at South Dakota State* 6-3 M3 at South Dakota State* 5-3 M3 at South Dakota State* 12-1 M4 at South Dakota State* 8-12 M9 OAKLAND* 7-2 M10 OAKLAND* 7-4 M10 OAKLAND* 9-4 M11 OAKLAND* 11-0 M13 at Wichita State 12-0 M15 at IPFW* 3-2 M16 at IPFW* 4-2 M16 at IPFW* 9-1 M17 at IPFW* 11-1 Summit League Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M22 vs. Centenary 11-5 M23 vs. Western Illinois (10) 15-9 M24 vs. Southern Utah 9-0 NCAA Regional (Lincoln, NE) M30 vs. UC-Irvine 7-9 M31 vs. Eastern Illinois (10) 8-7 J1 vs. Nebraska 8-0 J1 vs. UC-Irvine 0-8 # - UTSA Baseball Classic (San Antonio, TX) & - UTA Invitational (Arlington, TX) 2009 Record: 33-15 (16-2 Summit League) Coach: Rob Walton Summit League Champions NCAA Regional F20 Western Michigan F21 Western Michigan F22 Western Michigan F27 UT-San Antonio F28 UT-San Antonio M1 UT-San Antonio M6 vs. Notre Dame# M7 vs.Washington State# M8 at Rice# M19 at Cal State Fullerton M20 at Cal State Fullerton

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M21 at Cal State Fullerton 1-7 M24 at Wichita State 5-3 M29 at Missouri State 1-10 M29 at Missouri State 2-3 M31 at Texas 4-5 A3 IPFW 19-0 A4 IPFW 4-0 A4 IPFW 14-8 A5 IPFW 26-3 A6 at Dallas Baptist 4-5 A7 Texas-Arlington 9-7 A10 South Dakota State 8-7 A11 South Dakota State 22-1 A11 South Dakota State 16-0 A14 Arkansas-Little Rock 10-8 A17 Centenary 11-2 A18 Centenary 11-4 A18 Centenary 10-6 A19 Centenary 15-8 A21 Arkansas 6-9 A25 at North Dakota State 2-3 A25 at North Dakota State 5-0 M5 at Wichita State 7-6 M8 at Oakland 11-15 M9 at Oakland 10-6 M10 at Oakland 10-2 M10 at Oakland 12-1 M12 at Arkansas 2-3 M14 at Western Illinois 31-3 M18 at Dallas Baptist 14-8 Summit League Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M21 vs Centenary 9-1 M22 vs Southern Utah 9-6 M23 vs South Dakota State 6-2 NCAA Regional (Tempe, AZ) M29 vs #26 Cal Poly 13-3 M30 vs Arizona State 1-4 M31 vs Kent State 15-10 M31 vs Arizona State 3-8 # - Rice Classic (Houston, Texas) 2010 Record: 36-27 (19-9 Summit League) Coach: Rob Walton Summit League Champions NCAA Regional F26 at Florida International F27 at Florida International F28 at Florida International M2 CENTRAL ARKANSAS M5 at Baylor M6 at Baylor M6 at Baylor M7 at Baylor M12 WESTERN MICHIGAN M13 WESTERN MICHIGAN M14 WESTERN MICHIGAN M16 TCU M19 at UCLA M20 at UCLA M21 at UCLA M23 WICHITA STATE M24 WICHITA STATE M26 NORTH DAKOTA M27 NORTH DAKOTA M28 NORTH DAKOTA M30 at Texas A2 MISSOURI STATE A3 MISSOURI STATE A4 at Missouri State A6 at Texas-Arlington A9 OAKLAND A10 OAKLAND A10 OAKLAND A11 OAKLAND A13 UALR A15 at Southern Utah A16 at Southern Utah A16 at Southern Utah A17 at Southern Utah A20 at Arkansas A23 WESTERN ILLINIOS A24 WESTERN ILLINIOS A24 WESTERN ILLINIOS A25 WESTERN ILLINIOS A30 at IPFW A30 at IPFW M1 at IPFW

1-14 9-10 6-7 4-3 6-5 2-14 7-6 8-12 13-2 9-2 15-5 4-6 4-20 2-12 1-9 7-1 8-1 12-4 5-4 9-7 3-2 3-13 1-5 1-15 7-4 10-0 12-6 5-2 4-2 9-13 14-4 16-9 9-10 0-11 5-9 11-7 13-3 9-3 14-4 34-10 7-9 15-4

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M1 at IPFW 13-5 M4 at Wichita State 6-4 M7 at South Dakota State 11-12 M8 at South Dakota State 9-10 M8 at South Dakota State 4-7 M9 at South Dakota State 15-5 M14 at Centenary 1-11 M15 at Centenary 7-17 M15 at Centenary 13-5 M16 at Centenary 19-1 M18 at Wichita State 6-7 M20 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 9-2 M21 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 13-3 M21 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 4-1 M22 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 3-8 Summit League Tournament (Tulsa, OK) M27 Centenary 4-2 M28 South Dakota State 21-6 M29 South Dakota State 12-2 NCAA Regional (Norman, OK) J4 Oklahoma 6-7 J5 California 9-8 J6 North Carolina 4-12 2011 Record: 39-22 (21-7 Summit League) Coach: Rob Walton Summit League Champions NCAA Regional F18 at Baylor 7-3 F19 at Baylor 4-9 F20 at Baylor (10) 4-5 F22 WICHITA STATE 2-7 F25 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 13-5 F26 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 6-3 F27 SIU-EDWARDSVILLE 2-6 M5 vs Southern Illinois 2-9 M6 vs Eastern Kentucky 3-1 M11 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 8-2 M12 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 5-3 M13 BETHUNE-COOKMAN 4-3 M18 at Arizona State 1-5 M19 at Arizona State 3-4 M20 at Arizona State 5-2 M25 MISSOURI STATE 5-10 M27 at Missouri State 5-6 M29 at Texas 1-2 A1 at San Diego State 5-4 A2 at San Diego State (14) 3-4 A3 at San Diego State 11-7 A5 at UALR 15-14 A8 CENTENARY 11-1 A9 CENTENARY 7-1 A9 CENTENARY 2-0 A10 CENTENARY 3-1 A15 at Western Illinois 2-3 A16 at Western Illinois 5-13 A16 at Western Illinois (9) 5-2 A17 at Western Illinois 5-1 A19 ARKANSAS 5-6 A23 at North Dakota State 3-5 A24 at North Dakota State 10-0 A24 at North Dakota State 3-5 A25 at North Dakota State 11-4 A29 IPFW 1-0 A30 IPFW 4-5 A30 IPFW 14-3 M1 IPFW 7-2 M6 at Oakland 7-5 M7 at Oakland 15-2 M7 at Oakland 6-2 M8 at Oakland 4-6 M10 at Wichita State 8-7 M13 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 4-2 M14 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 12-6 M14 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 4-2 M15 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 2-8 M17 at TCU 4-6 M19 SOUTHERN UTAH 6-5 M19 SOUTHERN UTAH (10) 1-0 M20 SOUTHERN UTAH 12-2 M21 SOUTHERN UTAH 18-4 Summit League Tournament (Sioux Falls, SD) M26 vs Western Illinois 12-0 M28 vs South Dakota State 7-1 M29 vs South Dakota State (11) 5-4 NCAA Regional (Fort Worth, TX) J3 at TCU 2-10

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2012 Record: 37-23 (17-6 Summit League) Coach: Rob Walton Summit League Champions NCAA Regional F17 at Baylor 2-3 F19 at Baylor 2-3 F19 at Baylor 1-8 F21 WICHITA STATE 3-10 F24 EASTERN MICHIGAN 11-6 F25 EASTERN MICHIGAN 1-3 F26 EASTERN MICHIGAN 14-1 F28 CENTRAL ARKANSAS 3-1 M2 ALCORN STATE 11-1 M3 ALCORN STATE 11-5 M4 ALCORN STATE 12-1 M9 vs. #20 Louisville 3-7 M10 vs. East Carolina 2-4 M11 at Alabama 3-2 M13 at Wichita State 7-1 M15 MISSOURI STATE 1-0 M16 MISSOURI STATE 3-5 M17 at Missouri State 0-5 M18 at Missouri State 2-3 M22 at #13 Cal State Fullerton 1-7 M23 at #13 Cal State Fullerton 3-5 M24 at #13 Cal State Fullerton 3-0 M27 at #24 Oklahoma 2-5 M30 LOUISIANA TECH 9-1 M31 LOUISIANA TECH 14-4 A1 LOUISIANA TECH 2-3 A3 at UALR (10) 6-5 A6 OAKLAND 0-2 A7 OAKLAND 13-5 A8 OAKLAND 1-4 A8 OAKLAND 8-6 A12 at Southern Utah 6-0 A13 at Southern Utah 8-4 A13 at Southern Utah 0-6 A17 OKLAHOMA 3-6 A20 WESTERN ILLINOIS 9-3 A21 WESTERN ILLINOIS 10-0 A21 WESTERN ILLINOIS 2-0 A22 WESTERN ILLINOIS 16-6 A24 at #21 Arkansas 1-6 A27 at South Dakota State 6-1 A28 at South Dakota State 9-3 A28 at South Dakota State 7-6 A29 at South Dakota State 1-3 M5 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 4-3 M5 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 8-1 M6 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE 20-4 M11 at IPFW 11-0 M12 at IPFW 15-3 M12 at IPFW (9) 5-6 M13 at IPFW 12-1 M17 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 5-1 M18 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 4-5 M18 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 3-2 M19 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 10-0 Summit League Tournament (Tulsa, Okla.) M24 SOUTHERN UTAH 2-1 M25 NORTH DAKOTA STATE (10) 3-4 M25 OAKLAND 3-2 M26 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 4-1 M26 NORTH DAKOTA STATE 4-3

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