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2010 BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE


2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL • 1 THE 2010 SEASON 2010 Season Preview...........................................2-3 2010 Opponents...................................................4-5 American Midwest Conference................................6 MEET THE PIRATES Numerical & Alphabetical Rosters...........................7 Head Coach Cary Lundy......................................8-9 Assistant Coaches...................................................9 Player Profiles..................................................10-18 HISTORY, REVIEW & STATISTICS 2009 Season Recap..............................................19 2009 Season Statistics.....................................20-21 Park Baseball History & Record Book..............22-29 EXPERIENCE PARK UNIVERSITY Park University.................................................30-31 Parkville & Kansas City....................................32-33 University President...............................................34 Director of Athletics................................................35 Administrative Athletics Staff.................................36

BASEBALL INFORMATION Head Coach............................Cary Lundy (8th Year) Alma Mater.........................................................Park Career Record (7 Seasons)............ 201-142-1 (.586) Assistant Coach..................Nick Kouratou (1st Year) Assistant Coach........ Michael Younghanz (2nd Year) 2009 Record.....................................................34-12 Returning Letterwinners/Lost............................12/18 Returning Starters/Lost.........................................3/7

MEDIA DIRECTORY Athletics Staff Directory.........................................37 Athletics Facilities..................................................38 Comfort Field Media Policies.................................39 Media Listing.........................................................40 20010 quick factS Location............................................... Parkville, Mo. Founded............................................................1875 Enrollment......................................................24,157 Nickname (Colors).............. Pirates (Canary & Wine) Stadium............................................... Comfort Field Conference...................................American Midwest President..................................Dr. Michael H. Droge VP for Student Services..............Clarinda Creighton Athletics Director..........................Claude W. English Athletics Office Manager...................Patricia Fayard Athletics Phone................................. (816) 584-6425 Athletics Fax..................................... (816) 505-5448 Athletics Web site................. www.parkathletics.com Head Athletic Trainer............................ Michael Frey Assistant Athletic Trainer....................Darrell Cooper Assistant Athletic Trainer..........................Frank Kyte

MEDIA RELATIONS Baseball SID.........................................Steve Wilson SID E-Mail................................... swilson@park.edu SID Office Phone.............................. (816) 584-6490 SID Mobile Phone............................. (913) 687-2663 Assistant SID............................................Tyler Price E-Mail.......................................tyler.price@park.edu Office Phone..................................... (816) 584-6751 SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS Facebook...............www.facebook.com/parkathletics Twitter...........................www.twitter.com/ParkPirates

CREDITS: The 2010 Baseball Media Guide is a product of the Park University Department of Athletics, under the direction of Claude W. English, Director of Athletics. MANAGING EDITOR & DESIGNER: Steve Wilson, Sports Information Director. CONTRIBUTING EDITORS: Rita Weighill, Vice President for Communications; Brad Biles, University Communications Coordinator; Tyler Price, Assistant Sports Information Director. PHOTOGRAPHY: Park University, City of Kansas City, Don Wolf, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, UMKC. PRINTING: Multi-Ad. Peoria, Ill. ON THE COVER: 2010 Park University Baseball seniors Darian Sandford, Matt Lackner, Michael Onwumere, Bryan Coggins and Michael Barbosa RIGHT TO KNOW: In accordance with the federal Right to Know Act, the following chart outlines the number of recipients of athletic grants in each program. The number of athletes is broken down by sex and race. The chart represents the number of students in each area; it does not reflect the dollar amounts of aid granted. Also, those receiving grants for more than one sport are only counted once. NO: Non-resident Alien; BL: Black -- Non-Hispanic; WH: White -- Non-Hispanic; OT: Other; HI: Hispanic; UN: Unknown; AM: American Indian; BI: Bi-Racial. NO

BL

WH

OT

HI

UN

AM

BI

Total

M. Baseball

2008-09

1

1

20

0

3

0

0

0

25

M. Basketball

1

11

7

0

1

0

0

0

20

M. Soccer

11

0

5

1

0

0

0

0

17

M. Spirit Squad

3

1

3

0

0

0

0

0

7

M. Track & Field

3

6

11

1

0

0

0

0

21

M. Volleyball

11

1

2

1

0

0

0

0

15

W. Basketball

2

20

4

0

0

0

0

0

26

W. Golf

1

0

5

0

0

0

0

0

6

W. Soccer

10

0

10

0

0

0

0

0

20

W. Softball

0

0

14

0

1

0

0

0

15

W. Spirit Squad

0

0

9

0

1

0

1

0

11

W. Track & Field

6

5

1

0

0

1

0

0

13

W. Volleyball

5

1

7

1

0

0

0

0

14

Total

54

46

98

4

6

1

1

0

210

For the most up-to-date information on Park University baseball, log on to www.parkathletics.com, the official Web site of Pirate athletics. There you’ll find weekly releases, game recaps, statistics, schedules, rosters and biographical information on Park student-athletes, coaches and staff.

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fter closing out the 2009 season with a school-record 34 wins, just shy of an Avista-NAIA World Series Opening Round bid, the Park University baseball team will take the field in 2010 hungry to build on last season’s success while joining a new conference for the first time in 10 years. Park must replace its entire infield and two outfield positions from last season’s record-setting team, and while the rotation lost three of its pieces from the end of the 2009 season, head coach Cary Lundy believes the pitching staff will carry the Pirates early-on in 2010. “It’s hard to believe, but as a whole, this pitching staff is much-improved,” Lundy said. “I feel like we have more weapons this year on the mound than we have had in the past, and a lot of that comes from having more guys with swing-and-miss capabilities. “With additions to the staff like James Parsons and Joseph Kassanavoid, along with the improvements made by guys like Derek McGowan, this is one of the best pitching staffs we’ve had in my time at Park.” The 2010 rotation could include a mix of pitchers, both new and returning to the roster, led by 2009 allconference performer Matt Lackner, who tied Park’s single-season record with nine wins last year to go with a 3.41 ERA and 69 strike outs in 63.1 innings pitched. Park could also get a pitching spark from returners Michael Barbosa (3-3, 6.84 ERA), Trevor Pearson (0-0, 4.50 ERA) and Gabe Perez (0-1, 4.32 ERA), while McGowan is one of the most improved returners on the roster, according to Lundy, after going 1-0 in a pair of starts and five appearances last season. Kassanavoid, a transfer from Kansas State, will try his hand on the mound for the Pirates in 2010 after spending two full football seasons with the Wildcats in Manhattan at both quarterback and defensive

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line. Parsons comes to Park from Northeastern Junior College in Colorado after beginning his collegiate baseball career with one full season and one injuryshortened season at NCAA Division I Central Arkansas. In the bullpen, Corey Stafford, Eric Goodline and Ryan Woolam will provide depth for the Pirates, while Kassanavoid could be used to close games initially in the 2010 season. Park’s infield will be its biggest question mark after losing all four starters from a year ago, but a familiar face will move into the infield after spending most of last season roaming the outfield, as Darian Sandford moves to second base in the 2010 season. Sandford stole a school-record 43 bases last season for the Pirates and led the NAIA for most of the 2009 season in stolen bases per game, and Sandford should assume his spot from the 2009 season atop the Park batting order, where he hit nearly .390 and caused nothing but problems for opposing teams on the base path. “Darian’s one of the fastest players in college baseball,” Lundy said. “He has a chance to do some very special things for us, here, and he’s one of the most dangerous players in the country when it comes to putting the ball on the ground and getting on base. He has the potential to lead the country in stolen bases, and he has a bright future in this game because of his speed.” Sandford, who will attempt to replace last season’s starting second baseman in Pete Peters, will be joined in the middle infield by an All-Jayhawk Conference transfer from Fort Scott Community College, as Cullen Baxter will attempt to fill the shoes of current assistant coach Nick Kouratou, who started in 45 of the team’s 46 games last season at short. “Cullen is a guy that gives us a good bat with some power in the middle infield, and he’s also a solid defender of the baseball,” Lundy said. “He was a middle-of-the-order guy at Fort Scott, so he will contribute both offensively and defensively, for us.” Third base will be occupied by a


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true freshman moving from the shortstop position, as Jimmy Smelcer will move to the hot corner after playing short at Liberty High School last spring. Smelcer was also the Blue Jays’ quarterback on the LHS football team, a factor that Lundy feels will play a role in his maturity on the diamond. “Jimmy has a lot of upside and potential, but his maturity will help him early on this season,” Lundy said. “He’s a guy that handled a lot of pressure on the football field, and we look for that to translate into his play at third base.” Ryan Rush, a transfer from Maple Woods, is the early leader to earn the starting nod at first base, while Goodline and transfer Mike Elliott, who comes to Park from MidAmerica Nazarene, will provide depth at first for the Pirates in 2010. Behind the plate, Park expects a mix of returner Bryan Coggins and newcomers Philip Garrison and Sam Tracy to contribute at catcher. Coggins hit .289 with three home runs last season for the Pirates, seeing time behind the plate, at first base and at designated hitter, while Garrison transfers to Park from Northland rival William Jewell. Tracy is a product of Iowa, coming to Park from Ellsworth Community College. The catching trio will attempt to replace an all-conference selection behind the plate from last year, as Adam Shupe departs after driving in 56 runs and belting 11 home runs with a .423 batting average. “Our infield has a tough act to follow, overall,” said Lundy. “Last year’s infield had been together two years and was one of the best around. We’ll look for these guys to come together, though, and really provide a solid defensive base for us as well as a lot of offense.” The Pirate outfield will also have to replace a pair of starters from last year, as school RBI record-holder Jesse Kearns, along with four-year starter Ryan Weedin leave holes in left and center for the Pirates in 2010. Kearns led the team with 12 home runs and 60 driven in, while Weedin was the leader in runs scored, plating 52 during the year. Left field is a battle between two transfers, currently, for Park, as Seve Alvarez and Cody Spaulding battle for the open spot in the Park Senior Gabe Perez (right) is expected to provide depth to a pitching rotation that includes senior Matt Lackner (facing page, above), while senior Bryan Coggins (above) looks to help the Pirates behind the plate. Senior Erik Goodline (facing page) sat out much of last year with an injury, but should help the Park offense and pitching staff during the 2010 season.

outfield. Alvarez was the starting right fielder for Polk Community College in Winter Haven, Fla., last season, and comes to the Pirates after signing initially with former rival Bellevue University. Spaulding is also a junior college transfer, coming to Park from Santa Rosa Community College in California. “Both of those guys are talented transfers who bring a lot to the table,” Lundy said. “Spaulding started in center last year for his junior college, and has good speed. Alvarez has great speed, and could be dangerous on the bases when paired with Darian. Both guys have strong arms, so they’ll contribute for us early on.” Center field will be occupied by Ricky Alfonso, a transfer from Cochise College, which is also the junior college home of Michael Onwumere, who will start in right field after an injury-shortened 2009. Onwumere started in 23 games before a season-ending hit-bypitch at Peru State cut his year short, ending the season with a .333 batting average, two home runs and 18 driven in. “Michael’s eager to get out there,” Lundy said. “Last year was really disappointing, for him, and his experience will really help guide our outfield this year.” Lundy also noted that the designated hitter slot will come from Park’s pool of outfielders, catchers and first basemen. He also said that Scott Tatro, a returner from the 2009 season, will help the Pirates as a utility player, adding depth to both the infield and outfield in 2010. “Our team isn’t as powerful, at the plate, but we’re more athletic this year, which could provide problems for our opponents when we get on base,” Lundy said. “Our pitching is improved, and our athleticism is going to make us a much better defensive team this season. It has the potential to be a really good year for our program.”

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CENTRAL CHRISTIAN

CENTRAL METHODIST

DALLAS CHRISTIAN

GENERAL INFO Location: Baldwin City, Kan. Nickname: Wildcats Colors: Orange & White Enrollment: 3,000 Conference: HAAC Stadium: Sauder Field

GENERAL INFO Location: McPherson, Kan. Nickname: Tigers Colors: Blue & Gold Enrollment: 335 Conference: MCAC Stadium: Light Capital Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Fayette, Mo. Nickname: Eagles Colors: Green & Black Enrollment: 1,030 Conference: HAAC Stadium: Estes Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Dallas, Texas Nickname: Crusaders Colors: Red, Black & White Enrollment: 352 Conference: ACCA Stadium: McInnish Park

GENERAL INFO Location: Springfield, Mo. Nickname: Crusaders Colors: Maroon & White Enrollment: 1,900 Conference: HAAC Stadium: Evangel Complex

GENERAL INFO Location: Hannibal, Mo. Nickname: Trojans Colors: Scarlet & Blue Enrollment: 1,100 Conference: AMC Stadium: Clemens Stadium

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Phil Hannon Alma Mater: Baker Overall Record: N/A At BU: N/A 2009 Record: 21-29 2009 HAAC: 18-22 (T-6th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Bob Marsh Alma Mater: N/A Overall Record: 18-77 At CCC: 18-77 2009 Record: 11-42 2009 MCAC: 1-23 (7th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Fred Smith Alma Mater: Central Methodist Overall Record: 15-29 At CMU: 15-29 2009 Record: 15-29 2009 HAAC: 12-28 (11th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Denny Dixon Alma Mater: Frisco Overall Record: 0-0 At DCC: 0-0 2009 Record: 0-0 2009 ACCA: 0-0

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Lance Quessenberry Alma Mater: Southwest Baptist Overall Record: 62-87 At EU: 62-87 2009 Record: 26-31 2009 HAAC: 18-22 (T-6th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Clay Biggs Alma Mater: Truman State Overall Record: N/A At HLG: N/A 2009 Record: 21-27 2009 AMC: 9-9 (4th)

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Kevin Kunde Phone: (785) 594-8495 E-Mail: kevin.kunde@bakeru.edu Fax: (785) 594-4025 Web: www.bakerwildcats.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Jeremy Nelson Phone: (620) 241-0723 X302 E-Mail: jeremy.nelson@centralchristian.edu Fax: (620) 241-6032 Web: www.centralchristian.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Kelcey Zutavern Phone: (660) 248-6358 E-Mail: kzutavern@centralmethodist.edu Fax: (660) 248-6266 Web: www.centralmethodist.edu/cmathletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Denny Dixon Phone: (972) 241-3371 E-Mail: ddixon@dallas.edu Fax: (972) 241-8021 Web: www.dallas.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Kevin Kennedy Phone: (417) 865-2815 x7260 E-Mail: kennedyk@evangel.edu Fax: (417) 575-5494 Web: www.evangel.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Matt Gordon Phone: (573) 629-3212 E-Mail: mgordon@hlg.edu Fax: (573) 221-9424 Web: www.hlg.edu/athletics

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 20, 2007 Result: Baker 8, Park 5 Series Record: Park, 16-7

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 24, 2009 Result: Park 14, CCC 4 Series Record: Park, 23-5-1

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 12, 2008 Result: CMU 7, Park 3 Series Record: Park, 5-4

SERIES INFORMATION The 2010 season will mark the first-ever meeting between Park and Dallas Christian.

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Feb. 23, 2007 Result: Park 17, Evangel 7 Series Record: EU, 7-5

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 7, 2009 Result: Park 12, HLG 5 Series Record: Park, 4-0

McKENDREE

MISSOURI BAPTIST

OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN

Feb. 27 • Away • 2/7 inn. Feb. 28 • Home • 2/7 inn.

HARRIS-STOWE STATE Mar. 26 • Home • 2/7 inn. Mar. 27 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Apr. 6 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Apr. 25 • Home • 2/7 inn. Apr. 26 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Mar. 2 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Apr. 16 • Away • 2/7 inn. Apr. 17 • Away • 2/7 inn.

Mar. 8 • Away • 2/7 inn.

Feb. 15 • Away • 2/7 inn.

EVANGEL

Feb. 20 • Away • 2/7 inn.

OTTAWA

Mar. 23 • Away • 2/7 inn. Apr. 20 • Home • 1/9 inn.

HANNIBAL-LaGRANGE Apr. 30 • Away • 2/7 inn. May 1 • Away • 2/7 inn.

SAINT MARY

Feb. 21 • Away • 2/7 inn. Apr. 11 • Home • 1/9 inn.

GENERAL INFO Location: St. Louis, Mo. Nickname: Hornets Colors: Brown & Gold Enrollment: 1,900 Conference: AMC Stadium: HSSU Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Lebanon, Ill. Nickname: Bearcats Colors: Purple & White Enrollment: 3,000 Conference: AMC Stadium: Hypes Field

GENERAL INFO Location: St. Louis, Mo. Nickname: Spartans Colors: Navy & White Enrollment: 3,496 Conference: AMC Stadium: Spartan Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Bartlesville, Okla. Nickname: Eagles Colors: Red, White & Blue Enrollment: 700 Conference: MCAC Stadium: Memorial Stadium

GENERAL INFO Location: Ottawa, Kan. Nickname: Braves Colors: Black & Gold Enrollment: 8,500 Conference: KCAC Stadium: Alumni Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Leavenworth, Kan. Nickname: Spires Colors: Navy & Gold Enrollment: 450 Conference: KCAC Stadium: USM Baseball Field

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: David Estes Alma Mater: Harris-Stowe Overall Record: 73-108 At HSSU: 73-108 2009 Record: 22-22 2009 AMC: 6-12 (5th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Jim Boehne Alma Mater: Louisiana Tech Overall Record: 455-229-4 At McK: 455-229-4 2009 Record: 37-21-2 2009 AMC: 15-4-1 (1st)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Eddie Uschold Alma Mater: Baldwin-Wallace Overall Record: 384-231-2 At MBU: 368-207-2 2009 Record: 24-20-1 2009 AMC: 10-7-1 (3rd)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Kirk Kelley Alma Mater: St. Mary of the Plains Overall Record: 531-441 At OWU: 0-0 2009 Record: 29-26 2009 MCAC: 9-16 (6th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Joe Reed Alma Mater: William Jewell Overall Record: 33-145 At OTT: 12-38 2009 Record: 12-38 2009 KCAC: 8-16 (6th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Rob Miller Alma Mater: Emporia State Overall Record: 138-140-1 At USM: 138-140-1 2009 Record: 23-18-1 2009 KCAC: 15-9 (2nd)

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Phillip Hunt Phone: (314) 340-5984 E-Mail: huntp@hssu.edu Fax: (314) 340-5762 Web: athletics.hssu.edu

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Scott Cummings Phone: (618) 537-6879 E-Mail: secummin@mckendree.edu Fax: (618) 537-6876 Web: athletics.mckendree.edu

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Tiah Wingate Phone: (314) 323-0307 E-Mail: wingatet@mobap.edu Fax: (314) 392-2371 Web: www.mbuspartans.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Eric Scott Phone: (918) 335-6843 E-Mail: escott@okwu.edu Fax: (918) 335-6246 Web: www.okwu.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Katie Tooley Phone: (785) 242-5200 x5401 E-Mail: katie.tooley@ottawa.edu Fax: (785) 229-1028 Web: www.ottawabraves.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Mike Basler Phone: (913) 758-4339 E-Mail: baslerm@stmary.edu Fax: (913) 758-6313 Web: www.gospires.com

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 29, 2000 Result: HSSU 6, Park 3 Series Record: Park, 3-1

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 9, 2000 Result: McK 11, Park 6 Series Record: McK, 4-0

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 10, 2001 Result: Park 8, MBU 6 Series Record: Tied, 4-4

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 17, 2009 Result: Park 10, OWU 3 Series Record: Park, 23-1

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 26, 2009 Result: Park 6, Ottawa 1 Series Record: Park, 20-6

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 17, 2009 Result: St. Mary 5, Park 4 Series Record: Park, 13-5

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TEXAS COLLEGE

TEXAS WESLEYAN

GENERAL INFO Location: Sioux Falls, S.D. Nickname: Cougars Colors: Purple, Black & White Enrollment: 1,275 Conference: GPAC Stadium: Harmodon Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Tyler, Texas Nickname: Steers Colors: Purple & Gold Enrollment: 960 Conference: Red River Stadium: Texas College Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Fort Worth, Texas Nickname: Rams Colors: Blue & Gold Enrollment: 2,900 Conference: Red River Stadium: LaGrave Field

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Matt Guiliano Alma Mater: Sioux Falls Overall Record: 33-49 At USF: 33-49 2009 Record: 17-21 2009 GPAC: 13-11 (T-7th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Freddy Rodriguez Alma Mater: UT-Tyler Overall Record: N/A At TXC: N/A 2009 Record: 14-36 2009 RRAC: 7-6 (6th)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Alma Mater: Overall Record: 258-180-1 At TWU: 258-180-1 2009 Record: 42-22 2009 RRAC: 12-4-1 (1st)

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Matt Stull Phone: (605) 331-6695 E-Mail: matt.stull@usiouxfalls.edu Fax: (605) 331-6792 Web: www.usfcougars.com

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: James Sanders Phone: (903) 593-8311 E-Mail: jsanders@texascollege.edu Fax: (903) 593-7140 Web: www.texascollege.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Josh Lacy Phone: (817) 531-4855 E-Mail: jlacy@txwes.edu Fax: (817) 531-4208 Web: www.txwes.edu/athletics

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Mar. 7, 2009 Result: Park 10, USF 3 Series Record: Park, 8-4

SERIES INFORMATION The 2010 season will mark the first-ever meeting between Park and Texas College.

SERIES INFORMATION The 2010 season will mark the first-ever meeting between Park and Texas Wesleyan.

WILLIAM JEWELL

WILLIAM WOODS

WILLIAMS BAPTIST

GENERAL INFO Location: Liberty, Mo. Nickname: Cardinals Colors: Red & Black Enrollment: 1,100 Conference: HAAC Stadium: Polly Grant Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Fulton, Mo. Nickname: Owls Colors: Burgundy & Forest Green Enrollment: 2,300 Conference: AMC Stadium: Owl Field

GENERAL INFO Location: Walnut Ridge, Ark. Nickname: Eagles Colors: Blue & White Enrollment: 700 Conference: AMC Stadium: Shell Field

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Mike Stockton Alma Mater: Ottawa Overall Record: 301-155 At WJC: 301-155 2009 Record: 45-19 2009 HAAC: 28-12 (2nd)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: Darren Munns Alma Mater: Missouri Western Overall Record: 166-148 At WWU: 121-86 2009 Record: 34-15 2009 AMC: 13-7 (2nd)

BASEBALL INFO Head Coach: John Katrosh Alma Mater: Trenton State Overall Record: 376-547 At WBC: 170-304 2009 Record: 10-37 2009 AMC: 2-16 (6th)

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Paul Worstell Phone: (816) 415-5959 E-Mail: worstellp@william.jewell.edu Fax: (816) 415-5029 Web: www.jewell.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Jason Vittone Phone: (573) 592-1627 E-Mail: jason.vittone@williamwoods.edu Fax: (573) 592-4386 Web: www.thewoods.edu/athletics

SPORTS INFORMATION Contact: Brett Cooper Phone: (870) 759-4107 E-Mail: bcooper@wbcoll.edu Fax: (870) 886-3924 Web: www.wbcoll.edu/athletics

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: Apr. 9, 2008 Result: Jewell 7, Park 3 Series Record: Jewell, 5-2

SERIES INFORMATION Last Meeting: May 4, 2000 Result: WWU 9, Park 3 Series Record: WWU, 3-1

SERIES INFORMATION The 2010 season will mark the first-ever meeting between Park and Williams Baptist.

Mar. 13 • Home • 2/7 inn. Mar. 14 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Mar. 30 • Away • 1/9 inn.

Mar. 5 • Away • 2/7 inn. Mar. 6 • Away • 2/7 inn.

Mar. 20 • Home • 2/7 inn. Mar. 21 • Home • 2/7 inn.

Mar. 7 • Away • 2/7 inn.

Apr. 2 • Away • 2/7 inn. Apr. 3 • Away • 2/7 inn.

2009 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE

Date Opponent 2/15 at Oklahoma Wesleyan University 2/15 at Oklahoma Wesleyan University 2/20 at Evangel University 2/20 at Evangel University 2/21 at University of Saint Mary 2/21 at University of Saint Mary 2/27 at Baker University 2/27 at Baker University 2/28 BAKER UNIVERSITY 2/28 BAKER UNIVERSITY 3/2 CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY 3/2 CENTRAL METHODIST UNIVERSITY 3/5 at Texas College 3/5 at Texas College 3/6 at Texas College 3/6 at Texas College 3/7 at Texas Wesleyan University 3/7 at Texas Wesleyan University 3/8 at Dallas Christian College 3/8 at Dallas Christian College 3/13 UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 3/13 UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 3/14 UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 3/14 UNIVERSITY OF SIOUX FALLS 3/20 WILLIAM WOODS UNIVERSITY * 3/20 WILLIAM WOODS UNIVERSITY * 3/21 WILLIAM WOODS UNIVERSITY * 3/21 WILLIAM WOODS UNIVERSITY * 3/23 at Ottawa University 3/23 at Ottawa University 3/26 HARRIS-STOWE STATE UNIVERSITY * 3/26 HARRIS-STOWE STATE UNIVERSITY * 3/27 HARRIS-STOWE STATE UNIVERSITY * 3/27 HARRIS-STOWE STATE UNIVERSITY * 3/30 at William Jewell College 4/2 at Williams Baptist College * 4/2 at Williams Baptist College * 4/3 at Williams Baptist College * 4/3 at Williams Baptist College * 4/6 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 4/6 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN COLLEGE 4/11 UNIVERSITY OF SAINT MARY 4/16 at Missouri Baptist University * 4/16 at Missouri Baptist University * 4/17 at Missouri Baptist University * 4/17 at Missouri Baptist University * 4/20 OTTAWA UNIVERSITY 4/24 McKENDREE UNIVERSITY * 4/24 McKENDREE UNIVERSITY * 4/25 McKENDREE UNIVERSITY * 4/25 McKENDREE UNIVERSITY * 4/30 at Hannibal-LaGrange College * 4/30 at Hannibal-LaGrange College * 5/1 at Hannibal-LaGrange College * 5/1 at Hannibal-LaGrange College * 5/7-5/11 AMC Baseball Tournament ! 5/18-5/21 Avista-NAIA Opening Round % 5/28-6/4 Avista-NAIA World Series # * - American Midwest Conference Game ^ - Game Played at Texas College (Tyler, Texas) ! - American Midwest Conference Tournament (Hannibal, Mo.) % - Avista-NAIA World Series Opening Round (Campus Sites) # - Avista-NAIA World Series (Lewiston, Idaho)

Time Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 pm. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. Noon 2:30 p.m. TBA TBA TBA

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ark University begins its first season back in the American Midwest Conference in the 2009-10 school year, rejoining the league after nine years of membership in the MCAC and as an NAIA Independent in basketball. Park previously held membership in the AMC from 1993 to 2000, exiting the league following the spring semester in 2000. “This is a great partnership for Park University and the AMC,” said Park University Director of Athletics, Claude English. “In the ever-changing landscape of collegiate athletics, it is important to have strong alliances within a conference for all of our athletic programs. The AMC gives us one unified conference home for our programs, and it also provides a familiarity with our past history in the league.” Park is one of nine AMC member institutions, joining Columbia College, Hannibal-LaGrange College, Harris-Stowe State University, McKendree University, Missouri Baptist University, Stephens College, William Woods University and Williams Baptist College. “The AMC looks forward to Park University rejoining the conference, and we know that Park will bring a lot to our league in the way of sponsored teams and quality conference competition,” Lowell Pitzer, AMC Commissioner, said. “Park’s location and proximity to the NAIA National Headquarters will also provide a boost for our conference. This was a unanimous decision by our executive committee, and we are excited for Park to come in next year.” The AMC sponsors championships in 13 different sports: baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s track and field, and volleyball. The purpose of the American Midwest Conference is to promote the positive ideals and objectives of athletics, to provide an organization of colleges and universities with similar foundations to engage in athletic contests on an equal basis, to serve as a forum to formulate and solve common problems, to enhance and preserve athletics in their true perspective and to promote athletics in an academic environment.

2009 AMC BASEBALL STANDINGS SCHOOL AMC McKendree 15-4-1 .775 William Woods 13-7 .650 Missouri Baptist 10-7-1 .583 Hannibal-LaGrange 9-9 .500 Harris-Stowe 6-12 .333 Williams Baptist 2-16 .111

2009 MCAC BASEBALL STANDINGS * SCHOOL MCAC OVERALL Bellevue 21-3 .875 41-12 .774 Park 15-5 .750 34-12 .739 Peru State 14-10 .583 30-22 .577 York 10-10 .500 28-23 .549 Coll. of the Ozarks 10-14 .417 15-29 .341 Oklahoma Wesleyan 9-15 .375 29-26 .527 Central Christian 1-23 .042 11-42 .208 2010 AMC BASEBALL SCHEDULE March 20-21 McKendree at Hannibal-LaGrange William Woods at Park Williams Baptist at Harris-Stowe State Bye: Missouri Baptist March 26-27 Hannibal-LaGrange at Missouri Baptist Harris-Stowe State at Park Williams Baptist at William Woods Bye: McKendree April 2-3 Harris-Stowe State at Hannibal-LaGrange Missouri Baptist at McKendree Park at Williams Baptist Bye: William Woods April 9-10 Hannibal-LaGrange at William Woods McKendree at Harris-Stowe State Missouri Baptist at Williams Baptist Bye: Park April 16-17 Park at Missouri Baptist William Woods at Harris-Stowe State Williams Baptist at McKendree Bye: Hannibal-LaGrange April 23-24 Hannibal-LaGrange at Williams Baptist McKendree at Park Missouri Baptist at William Woods Bye: Harris-Stowe State April 30 - May 1 Harris-Stowe State at Missouri Baptist Park at Hannibal-LaGrange William Woods at McKendree Bye: Williams Baptist

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OVERALL 37-21-2 .633 34-15 .694 24-20-1 .544 21-27 .438 22-22 .500 10-37 .213

2010 AMC PRESEASON RATING School 2009 Records: Conf. 1. McKendree 15-4-1 2. Park 15-5* 3. William Woods 13-7 4. Missouri Baptist 10-7-1 5. Hannibal-LaGrange 9-9 6. Harris-Stowe State 6-12 7. Williams Baptist 2-16

Overall 37-21-2 34-12 34-15 24-20-1 21-27 22-22 10-37

* Park University was a member of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) in the 2009 season. The Pirates will move to the AMC in 2010. 2010 NAIA PRESEASON TOP 25 # ‘09 School (1st Place Votes) W-L Pts 1 1 Lubbock Christian (23) 52-8 684 2 3 Point Loma Nazarene 45-13 649 3 2 Oklahoma City 53-9 642 4 5 Southern Polytechnic State 53-10 609 5 10 Lee 53-14 568 6 7 Lewis-Clark State (1) 40-15 566 7 6 Embry-Riddle (Fla.) 44-14 561 8 8 Campbellsville 39-12 503 9 13 Fresno Pacific 39-21 497 10 11 Bellevue 41-12 495 11 9 Tennessee Wesleyan 44-15 476 12 15 Lindenwood 45-12 397 13 12 British Columbia 38-13 371 T14 21 William Carey 36-22 341 T14 18 Wayland Baptist 43-15 341 16 14 Union (Ky.) 44-12 310 17 RV Azusa Pacific 36-20 298 18 19 LSU-Shreveport 42-16 283 19 RV Cumberland (Tenn.) 33-25 254 20 NR Warner 37-18 245 21 16 Madonna 39-12 242 22 17 Malone 47-16 223 23 RV Auburn Montgomery 37-23 195 24 24 Saint Xavier 41-15 180 25 RV Northwood (Texas) 36-19 132 Others receiving votes: Southern Nazarene 124; Union (Tenn.) 94; Texas Wesleyan 72; Taylor 62; SCAD 59; William Jewell 59; McKendree 56; California Baptist 45; Belhaven 35; Jamestown 30; Cumberlands (Ky.) 24; Houston-Victoria 24; Spring Arbor 17; Bluefield 11; Nebraska Wesleyan 8; Ohio Dominican 8; Trevecca Nazarene 7; Oklahoma Baptist 6; Biola 6; St. Francis (Ill.) 3; Georgetown (Ky.) 1; Indiana Tech 1; Lambuth 1; Mount Mercy 1; Freed-Hardeman 1; Dickinson State 1; Dakota Wesleyan 1; Sterling 1; Culver-Stockton 1; William Woods 1; Park 1; Peru State 1; Rio Grande 1; South Carolina-Beaufort 1.


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2010 NUMERICAL ROSTER

No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 27 29 32 33 34 35 42 44

Player Darian Sandford Philip Garrison Parker Jones Sam Tracy Cullen Baxter Chad Gordon Gabe Perez Bryan Coggins Severino Alvarez Jimmy Smelcer Ryan Rush Ricky Alfonso Joseph Kassanavoid Ricardo Torres Michael Barbosa Matt Lackner Scott Tatro Jeff Miser James Parsons Michael Onwumere Cody Spaulding Derek McGowan Ryan Woolam Corey Stafford Erik Goodline Travis Reuter Trevor Pearson Mike Elliott

Ht. 5-9 5-11 5-11 5-11 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-2 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-0 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-4 5-11 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-0 6-4 6-5 6-4 6-4 6-4 5-11 6-3

2010 ALPHABETCAL ROSTER

No. 15 10 18 5 9 44 3 2 34 7 16 19 29 21 24 22 42 8 35 12 1 11 27 33 20 17 4 32

Player Ricky Alfonso Severino Alvarez Michael Barbosa Cullen Baxter Bryan Coggins Mike Elliott Parker Jones Philip Garrison Erik Goodline Chad Gordon Joseph Kassanavoid Matt Lackner Derek McGowan Jeff Miser Michael Onwumere James Parsons Trevor Pearson Gabe Perez Travis Reuter Ryan Rush Darian Sandford Jimmy Smelcer Cody Spaulding Corey Stafford Scott Tatro Ricardo Torres Sam Tracy Ryan Woolam

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 5-11 5-11 6-4 6-1 6-5 6-4 6-4 5-10 6-2 6-1 5-11 6-3 6-4 6-0 5-9 6-0 6-0 6-4 5-11 5-10 5-11 6-5

Wt. 165 185 180 185 180 165 205 200 165 195 210 185 245 195 215 210 184 165 190 210 196 220 235 235 250 240 190 240

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

Pos. INF/OF C OF C INF P P C OF INF INF OF P/OF INF P P UTIL UTIL P OF OF P P P P/INF P/INF P INF

B/T S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R

Hometown St. Louis, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Independence, Mo. Marion, Iowa Overland Park, Kan. Independence, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Mountain Home, Ark. Greenville, S.C. Liberty, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. Tucson, Ariz. Lawson, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Sugar Creek, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. Tucson, Ariz. Kansas City, Mo. Dallas, Texas Toronto, Ontario Geyserville, Calif. Raytown, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Monterey, Calif. Kansas City, Mo. Richmond, Mo. Olathe, Kan.

Previous School Meramec CC William Jewell Fort Osage HS Ellsworth CC Fort Scott CC Fort Osage HS Roberto Clemente HS Henderson State Polk CC Liberty HS Maple Woods CC Cochise College Kansas State Metro State Maple Woods CC Alabama-Huntsville Pima CC Northwest Missouri State Central Arkansas Cochise College Santa Rosa JC Raytown South HS Park Hill HS Southwestern Illinois Santa Rosa JC Northwest Missouri State Maple Woods CC MidAmerica Nazarene

Wt. 185 165 215 180 200 240 180 185 250 165 245 210 220 165 210 190 190 205 240 210 165 195 196 235 184 195 185 235

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

Pos. OF OF P INF C INF OF C P/INF P P/OF P P UTIL OF P P P P/INF INF INF/OF INF OF P UTIL INF C P

B/T R/R S/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R S/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L

Hometown Tucson, Ariz. Greenville, S.C. Sugar Creek, Mo. Overland Park, Kan. Mountain Home, Ark. Olathe, Kan. Independence, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Monterey, Calif. Independence, Mo. Lawson, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. Raytown, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Toronto, Ontario Dallas, Texas Richmond, Mo. Chicago, Ill. Kansas City, Mo. St. Joseph, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Liberty, Mo. Geyserville, Calif. St. Louis, Mo. Tucson, Ariz. Kansas City, Mo. Marion, Iowa Kansas City, Mo.

Previous School Cochise College Polk CC Maple Woods CC Fort Scott CC Henderson State MidAmerica Nazarene Fort Osage HS William Jewell Santa Rosa JC Fort Osage HS Kansas State Alabama-Huntsville Raytown South HS Northwest Missouri State Cochise College Central Arkansas Maple Woods CC Roberto Clemente HS Northwest Missouri State Maple Woods CC Meramec CC Liberty HS Santa Rosa JC Southwestern Illinois Pima CC Metro State Ellsworth CC Park Hill HS

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8 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL

CARY LUNDY Head Baseball Coach 8th Season • 201-142-1

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ary Lundy enters his eighth season as the head baseball coach at Park University as the school’s winningest head baseball coach and the only skipper to total 100 or more wins in his career, Lundy is 201-142-1 in seven previous seasons at the helm of the Pirate baseball program, including a school-record 34 wins in 2009, surpassing a pair of 30-win seasons for Park also under Lundy’s guidance in 2003 and 2006. Park opened the season with a school-record 12-0 start under Lundy in 2009, and during the season, his team produced a 16-4 record at home while putting together a 15-5 mark in the program’s final season in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference. The 2009 Pirates appeared in the NAIA Top 25 Coaches Poll and at season’s end, the Pirates had a shot at conference supremacy, but Park fell to Bellevue in the MCAC championship game, 10-4. Lundy’s Pirates fell just short of postseason competition in 2009 as the last team out of the 2009 Avista-NAIA World Series Opening Round. In all, 2009 produced five First-Team All-MCAC performers, one Rawlings/MCAC Gold Glove Honoree, two Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes, seven Honorable Mention All-MCAC selections and the league’s pitcher of the year, Josh Hake. During the conference tournament, Lundy also

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LUNDY’S YEAR-BY-YEAR COACHING RECORD

Year 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOTAL

W 30 28 22 30 28 29 34 201

L 16 25 28 22 21 18 12 142

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

PCT .652 .528 .440 .575 .571 .610 .730 .586

picked up his 200th career win, beating York 5-4 on May 5. He then picked up No. 201 that same day, defeating Peru State, 17-4. In 2008, Lundy managed the team to 28 wins, and the team was one win away from advancing to an NAIA Super Regional, falling to Bellevue University in the NAIA Region IV title game. Park also played for a shot at the MCAC tournament title in Omaha, Neb., and at the conclusion of the 2008 season, Park had its first player drafted during the Lundy Era when Hake was taken in the 50th round of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft by the Philadelphia Phillies. In 2006, he guided the Pirates to the Region IV Tournament championship game, while in 2007, his Pirates qualified for the tournament, amassing 28 wins and finishing the season seven games above .500. Before taking over the program in 2003, he served for three seasons as an assistant coach at Park, starting when the program was reinstated in 2000. During the summer months, Lundy coaches UMB Bank in Kansas City’s prestigious Ban Johnson League, leading his squads to seven league championships. In addition, he has also served as a recommending scout for the Cincinnati Reds organization. A 1982 graduate of Park and native of Kansas City, Mo., Lundy played baseball, basketball and ran cross country as a Pirate. He has two children, J.D. and Kiely. Throughout his collegiate playing and coaching careers, he has been associated with nearly every varsity baseball game in Park University’s baseball program history.


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NICK

MICHAEL

Assistant Coach • 1st Season

Assistant Coach • 2nd Season

KOURATOU

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ick Kouratou begins his first season as assistant baseball coach in the Park University baseball program, two years after coming to the Pirates in the 2008 season as the club’s two-year starting shorstop. In his two seasons with the team from 2008 to 2009, Kouratou played and started in 87 games, collecting a .390 career batting average with 115 base hits, including six career home runs, 26 doubles and 88 runs batted in. Kouratou was an honorable-mention All-MCAC performer in his junior season, 2008, where he was also named All-NAIA Region IV, followed by a senior campaign that was capped by being named the Rawlings/MCAC Gold Glove Shortstop at the end of the 2009 season. In addition to his on-field accolades during his Park University career, Kouratou was also named to the 2009 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete team, earning the NAIA’s highest academic honor after his senior season at Park. A native of Tucson, Ariz., Kouratou came to the Pirates from Tucson’s Pima Community College, and last May, Kouratou graduated from Park with a degree in Psychology. Kouratou is engaged to former Park softball player and cheerleader Megan Goings.

YOUNGHANZ

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ichael Younghanz begins his second season assisting the Park baseball coaching staff, serving as an assistant coach for the 2010 season after finishing his undergraduate degree last May at Park University. Younghanz played one season for the Pirates, in 2007, hitting .388 with 62 base hits, including eight doubles and seven home runs in 47 games played a third base. He drove in 36 during his senior season, earning First-Team All-MCAC honors at the end of the 2007 campaign after also earning MCAC Player of the Week honors twice during the regular season. Following his senior season with the Pirates, Younghanz signed to play professionally with the Pensacola Pelicans, an independent minor league organization in Pensacola, Fla. Younghanz came to the Pirates from Northwest Missouri State University, where he played and started in 23 games for the Bearcats, driving in 13 runs with a .288 batting average, including four doubles. A Kansas City native, Younghanz holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Park, and he is currently working on his master’s degree in Entrepreneurship at Park.

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15 RICKY ALFONSO

6-0 • 185 • JUNIOR • OUTFIELDER • R/R • TUCSON, ARIZ. (COCHISE COLLEGE) PERSONAL – Richard Joseph Alfonso was born in Tucson, Ariz., and is the son of Rick and Vera Alfonso…Has two siblings, Robert (19) and Alexis (14)…Attended Cochise College where he played baseball for Todd Inglehart and was a teammate of now-Park teammate Michael Onwumere…Helped the Apaches to a pair of playoff appearances in both 2008 and 2009…Played high school baseball at Salpointe Catholic High School in Tucson for Lancer head coach Steve Perri…Graduated form SCHS in 2007…Also recruited by Mount Olive, Cameron and Southwestern Oklahoma State…Enjoys basketball when not on the baseball field…Will major in the field of pharmacy.

10 SEVERINO ALVAREZ

6-0 • 165 • JUNIOR • OUTFIELDER • S/L • GREENVILLE, S.C. (POLK CC) PERSONAL – Severino Joseph Alvarez was born in Greenville, S.C., and is the son of Jose and Michelle Alvarez…Father was a 16year Major League Baseball veteran with the Atlanta Braves after playing at the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now LouisianaLafayette)…Father currently works as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes Golf Ministry TourLife Leader on the PGA Nationwide Tour… Nicknamed “Seve”, played high school baseball at Mauldin High School in Mauldin, S.C., where he was coached by Scott Freman, Todd Morrison and James Burgees…Helped the Mavericks to a state championship in 2004 and a runner-up finish in South Carolina in 2005… Team was ranked No. 25 among high school baseball teams in the nation…Named a Top 10 outfielder in the southeast United States… Finished high school with a 3.0 GPA and shares his high school alma mater with NBA All-Star Kevin Garnett…Signed with Bellevue University after spending a year at Polk Community College in Winter Haven, Fla., where he was a Florida Junior College All-Star under head coach Joe Arnold…Chose Park University for its baseball program and intends to major in communications…Away from the baseball field, enjoys golf, ping-pong and being outdoors.

18 MICHAEL BARBOSA

6-2 • 215 • SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R • SUGAR CREEK, MO. (MAPLE WOODS) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV IP H 2009 6.84 3-3 11 4 0 0/0 0 25.0 36 CAR. 6.84 3-3 11 4 0 0/0 0 25.0 36

R 24 24

ER BB SO 19 10 16 19 10 16

2B 5 5

3B 2 2

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 3 102 .353 1 4 1 3 4 3 102 .353 1 4 1 3 4

2009 – Made 11 appearances with four starts, going 25 innings with 16 strike outs and a 6.84 earned run average…Collected a 3-3 record on the mound and allowed just 10 walks…Pitched a season-high six innings against Paul Quinn College on Valentine’s Day, striking out five in the win over the Tigers…PERSONAL – Michael Barbosa was born in Independence, Mo., and is the son of Louis and Susan Barbosa… Has one brother, Joe, who pitched at Park and professionally in the Frontier League…Played high school baseball for St. Mary’s High in Independence for coach David Corbin…Also played junior college baseball at Maple Woods where he made seven appearances in 2008 and tossed 19.2 innings with 18 strike outs…Was also recruited by Avila, William Jewell and Peru State…Off the field, lists the guitar among other hobbies…Is a history major.

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5 CULLEN BAXTER

6-0 • 180 • JUNIOR • INFIELDER • R/R • OVERLAND PARK, KAN. (FORT SCOTT CC) PERSONAL – John Cullen Baxter was born in Kansas City, Mo., and is the son of Patrick and Erica Baxter…Has four siblings…Played junior college baseball at Fort Scott Community College in 2008 and 2009, helping the team to a pair of regional tournament appearances… Was a Second-Team All-Jayhawk Conference performer and was an NJCAA Academic All-American for head coach John Hill…Played high school baseball at Bishop Miege High School in Roeland Park, Kan., for head coach Tim Kennedy…Team won three district championships and earned a fourth-place finish in Kansas Class 5-A…Was a three-year All-EKL performer and participated in the Kansas City Metro AllStar Game…Also earned the presidential service award at Bishop Miege…Was also recruited by Cornell, Emporia State, Central Missouri and William Jewell…Will major in biology.

9 BRYAN COGGINS

6-2 • 200 • SENIOR • CATCHER • R/R • MOUNTAIN HOME, ARK. (HENDERSON STATE) YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .289 35-28 90 CAR. .289 35-28 90

R 14 14

H 26 26

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 3 26 39 .433 7 12 24 2 .402 3 3 26 39 .433 7 12 24 2 .402 3

SH SB-AT PO 0 0-0 66 0 0-0 66

A 9 9

E FLD 1 .987 1 .987

2009 – Played in 35 games with 28 starts, splitting time behind the plate and at first base, as well as at designated hitter…Batted .289 with three home runs, including a pair of grand slams…Had four doubles and drove in 26, drawing seven walks and 12 trips to first base after being hit by pitch…Scored two runs each in games against Peru State and College of the Ozarks…Posted two hits on four occasions and drove in four runs against both William Penn (March 14) and Oklahoma Wesleyan (April 16)…PERSONAL – Gary Bryan Coggins was born in Stuttgart, Ark., and is the son of Rosalyn and Billy Coggins…Has two brothers, Dale (26) and Kyle (24)…Played high school baseball for Mountain Home High School in Mountain Home, Ark., for head coach Brad Morris…Was a three-year letterwinner and three-year all-conference performer in high school, helping the Bombers to a conference championship in 2004, and went on to play collegiately at NCAA Division II Henderson State in Arkadelphia…Also earned one high school letter in track and another in football…Played two seasons for the Reddies, appearing in 36 games making 25 starts with a .262 average in 2007…In 2008, hit .216 in 23 games, making 17 starts behind the plate under head coach John Harvey…Also played summer baseball for the Springfield Generals…Chose Park to compete and be part of a winning program after also being recruited by Arkansas State and Missouri Southern State…Is majoring in education and enjoys hunting and fishing in his spare time.

44 MIKE ELLIOTT

6-3 • 240 • JUNIOR • INFIELDER • L/R • OLATHE, KAN. (MIDAMERICA NAZARENE) PERSONAL – Michael David Elliott was born in Shawnee, Kan., and is the son of Steve and Patti Elliott… Has two siblings, Matt (15) and Mark (6)…Father was a two-year letterwinner in track and field at Pittsburg State University…Played baseball and football at Olathe South High School…Played baseball for coaches Don Perkins and Carl Garrett…Football coach was Mark Littrell…Helped the Falcon football program to a state championship appearance…Baseball team made two state tournament appearances, and Elliott was named Team MVP and FirstTeam All-Johnson County by the Sun Newspaper…Began his collegiate baseball career at MidAmerica Nazarene University under the direction of head coach Ryan Thompson…In 2009, played in 33 games and hit .267 with 12 hits in 45 at bats…Belted four home runs and had a double with 13 RBIs…In 2008, played 32 games and batted .328 with 20 hits in 61 at bats…Had three home runs, 14 RBIs and three doubles…Is a business management major, and was also recruited by Ottawa University…Chose Park for its baseball program and location.

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3 PARKER JONES

5-11 • 180 • FRESHMAN • OUTFIELDER • R/R • INDEPENDENCE, MO. (FORT OSAGE HS) PERSONAL – Parker Christian Jones was born in his hometown, Independence, Mo., and is the son of Janet Jones and Allen Jones… Has one sibling, Kyle (23)…Was a two-sport letterwinner at Fort Osage High School in Independence, playing football for head coach Ryan Schartz and baseball for coach Chris Walker…Football team won conference and district championships in 2007 and 2008, with a state semifinal appearance in 2007…Was an all-conference and all-area wide receiver in his two football seasons for the Indians…On the baseball field, helped Fort Osage to a pair of conference championships in 2007 and 2008, and was a first-team all-conference performer in 2008 and 2009 at catcher…Was on Fort Osage’s A-honor roll, and enjoys weight lifting away from the baseball field…Chose Park University for its baseball program and educational opportunities…Was also recruited by Kansas City Kansas Community College…Is undecided on his major.

2 PHILIP GARRISON

5-11 • 185 • SOPHOMORE • CATCHER• R/R • KANSAS CITY, MO. (WILLIAM JEWELL) PERSONAL – Philip Michael Garrison was born in Kansas City, Mo., and is the son of Gregg and Karan Garrison…Transferred to Park from William Jewell College, where he was a two-year member of the Cardinals’ baseball program in 2008 and 2009…Played high school baseball at Park Hill High School for coaches Bill Sobbe and Greg Reynolds, helping the Trojans to conference championships in 2006 and 2007, his junior and senior seasons…Has two siblings, Stephanie (23) and Seth (8)…Chose Park University for its baseball program and academic program…Is majoring in secondary mathematics education.

34 ERIK GOODLINE

6-4 • 250 • SENIOR • INFIELDER/PITCHER• R/R • MONTEREY, CALIF. (SANTA ROSA JC) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV 2009 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 CAR. 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0

IP 0.1 0.1

YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .231 5-3 13 CAR. .231 5-3 13

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 1 3 7 .538 2 0 1 0 .333 0 1 3 7 .538 2 0 1 0 .333 0

R 4 4

H 3 3

2B 1 1

3B 0 0

H 2 2

R 1 1

ER BB SO 1 0 1 1 0 1

2B 0 0

3B 1 1

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 3 .667 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 .667 0 0 0 0 0 SH SB-AT PO 0 0-0 9 0 0-0 9

2009 – In an injury-shortened season, played in five games with three starts, earning 13 at-bats with thee base hits…Hit one home run, a towering shot in Park’s April 25 win over Ottawa University, driving in two runs…Also doubled in the MCAC tournament against York College…Finished the year with three RBIs and four runs scored…Also pitched a third of an inning recording a strike out on Feb. 16 against Wiley College…PERSONAL – Dennis Erik Goodline is the son of and Dennis Goodline...Father works in sales...Has three siblings - one brother and two sisters...Attended North Monterey County High School and played baseball, earning first-team all-league B honors and scholar athlete honors for head coach Tim Gower...Went on to attend Gavilan Junior College and Babrillo College before playing baseball at Santa Rosa Junior College during the 2008 season...Also recruited by Iowa Wesleyan and Tennessee Wesleyan…Is expected to play first base and pitch for the Pirates, as well as serve as one of the team’s designated hitters...An active baseball camp counselor at the Dusty Baker Baseball Camps, had an award named in his honor earlier this year by the camp and was also nominated for the NAIA’s “All That’s Right In Sport Award”…Is majoring in athletic training at Park.

7 CHAD GORDON

6-1 • 165 • FRESHMAN • PITCHER • R/R • INDEPENDENCE, MO. (FORT OSAGE HS) PERSONAL – Chad Richard Gordon was born in Independence, Mo., and is the son of Richard Gordon and Christina Edwards…Has one sibling, Ashley (23)…Attended Fort Osage High School and helped the Indians to a district championship under head coach Chris Walker…Was an all-area honorable mention first baseman and was on the school’s B-honor roll…Chose Park for its baseball program and criminal justice program…Is a criminal justice major…Enjoys fishing away from the baseball field.

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A 2 2

E FLD 0 1.000 0 1.000


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16 JOSEPH KASSANAVOID

6-5 • 245 • FRESHMAN • PITCHER/OUTFIELDER • R/R • LAWSON, MO. (KANSAS STATE) PERSONAL – Joseph Michael Kassanavoid was born in Independence, Mo., and has three siblings…Comes to Park from Kansas State University, where he was a two-year member of the K-State football program, playing both quarterback and defensive line for head coaches Ron Prince (2008) and Bill Snyder (2009)…Redshirted in the 2008 football season, and in 2009, played in nine games with five tackles on the defensive side of the ball, including five solo tackles and four assisted stops…Was a three-star football prospect by Scout.com at Lawson High School…Was the 17thbest football prospect, according to the site, in the state of Missouri and the No. 53 rated quarterback in the country… Threw for 10 touchdowns and 1,464 yards at Lawson, and earned letters in three sports – football, baseball and basketball…Earned first-team all-state honors at quarterback, AP All-State honors, KMZU and KKWK radio All-Star awards and finished his high scool football career with 4,125 yards and 33 touchdowns…Was considered a professional pitching prospect out of high school before signing at Kansas State…Helped Lawson to a state championship in football in 2007…High school baseball coach was Tim Jacobsen, football coach was Todd Dunn and basketball coach was Brad Smith…Chose Park University to be closer to family and will major in athletic training education.

19 MATT LACKNER

6-4 • 210 • SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R • KANSAS CITY, KAN. (ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV IP H 2009 3.41 9-1 11 10 3 1/0 0 63.1 78 CAR. 3.41 9-1 11 10 3 1/0 0 63.1 78

R 32 32

ER BB SO 24 19 69 24 19 69

2B 8 8

3B 1 1

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 5 256 .305 3 0 0 0 4 5 256 .305 3 0 0 0 4

2009 – Tied the Park University single-season record for wins, going 9-1 with a 3.41 ERA in 11 appearances and 10 starts… Struck out 69 batters, good for fifth on Park’s single-season list and tossed 63.1 innings, ranking ninth…Went seven innings on three occasions in conference play, going seven against College of the Ozarks, Bellevue and York…Fanned 11 on Feb. 27 against Sterling College, and in his only relief appearance of the season, tossed the final five innings with seven strike outs in a 7-4 victory at Ottawa University…Was Park’s winning pitcher in an elimination contest at the MCAC tournament, defeating York College, 5-4…PERSONAL – Matt Lackner was born in Kansas City, Kan., and is the son of Lori and Mike Lackner...Has one sister, Ashley (24)...Played high school baseball at Turner High School in Kansas City, Kan., where he was an all-state pitcher, and went on to play junior college baseball at Maple Woods Community College... Made eight starts for Maple Woods in 2008 with 53 innings pitched and a 4.08 ERA...Gave up 24 runs, posting a 4-4 record on the mound, producing a better-than 4-to-1 strike outs-to-walks ratio by fanning 42 batters and allowing 10 bases on balls...Began the 2008-09 school year at Alabama-Huntsville, transferring after the fall semester...Is a business administration major.

29 DEREK McGOWAN

6-4 • 220 • SOPHOMORE • PITCHER • R/R • RAYTOWN, MO. (RAYTOWN SOUTH HS) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV IP H 2009 10.03 1-0 5 2 0 0/0 0 11.2 15 CAR. 10.03 1-0 5 2 0 0/0 0 11.2 15

R 14 14

ER BB SO 13 15 5 13 15 5

2B 1 1

3B 1 1

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 47 .319 3 0 2 2 0 0 47 .319 3 0 2 2 0

2009 – Made five appearances and two starts, earning a win in his only decision of the season…Tossed 11.2 innings and struck out five with a .319 opponent batting average…Faced 62 batters…Recorded five innings in a no-decision March 17 at the University of Saint Mary, striking out two Spires in the game… Also had two strike outs against Oklahoma Wesleyan…PERSONAL – Derek Robert McGowan is the son of Dwight and Janet McGowan and was born in Kansas City, Mo…Graduated from Raytown South High School in 2008…Named first team All-Conference four times and three time All-Area selection…Left the Cardinals with the lowest ERA and most wins in school history as well as firstteam all-conference honors in 2006, 2007 and 2008…Team won a conference title in 2005 under head coach Steve Peck…Also earned all-area honors at pitcher and shortstop…Also recruited by MidAmerica Nazarene, Avila University, Maple Woods Community College, Missouri Western State, Northwest Missouri State, University of Michigan, Clemson, Fresno State, Houston and Delaware and Mesa Community College…Chose Park for a great education and great baseball program...Majoring in Business Administration/Finance…Enjoys working out, hanging out with friends and playing baseball.

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21 JEFF MISER

5-10 • 165 • SOPHOMORE • UTILITY • S/R • KANSAS CITY, MO. (NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE) YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .600 5-0 5 CAR. .600 5-0 5

R 2 2

H 3 3

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 0 3 3 .600 0 0 0 0 .600 0 0 3 3 .600 0 0 0 0 .600 0

SH SB-AT PO 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 1

A 0 0

E FLD 0 1.000 0 1.000

A 1 1

E FLD 0 1.000 0 1.000

2009 – Played in five games with five at bats, driving in three runs on three hits with two runs scored…Compiled a .600 batting average in limited action and recorded one put-out on the year, defensively…Base hits came against Paul Quinn, Hannibal-LaGrange and Peru State…Drove in two runs against Peru State…PERSONAL – Jeffrey Scott Miser was born on March 10, 1989 to Marcia and Daryl Miser on Houston, Texas…Has one older sister, Jill (23)…Played one season at NCAA Division II Northwest Missouri State…Enjoys reading and working out…Attended Park Hill South High School, graduating in May of 2007…Was a three-year starter for the Panthers at five different positions… Accumulated a .300 career batting average and is fifth all-time in doubles at Park Hill South…Majoring in Criminal Justice and enjoys playing the guitar.

24 MICHAEL ONWUMERE

6-2 • 210 • SENIOR • OUTFIELDER • R/R • TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA (COCHISE COLLEGE) YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .333 23-23 72 CAR. .333 23-23 72

R 17 17

H 24 24

2B 4 4

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 2 18 34 .472 7 6 6 3 .425 2 2 18 34 .472 7 6 6 3 .425 2

SH SB-AT PO 0 9-9 28 0 9-9 28

2009 – Hit .333 in an injury-shortened season, belting a pair of home runs with four doubles and 18 RBIs…Suffered a season-ending injury at Peru State College in March…Stole nine bases in nine tries and recorded 28 put outs with one assist in right field…Had 24 hits in 72 at-bats and walked seven times…Had three hits against Wiley, Sterling and Peru State and scored two runs twice against Paul Quinn and again against Wiley and Sterling…Also stole two bases at PQC…Hit home runs against Wiley (Feb. 16) and Central Christian (March 20)…Recorded seven total bases at Wiley College…Had three RBIs in three separate games, against Paul Quinn, twice, and at Sterling…Walked twice on March 17 against the University of Saint Mary…PERSONAL - Michael Chiemeka Onwumere was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and is the son of John and Barbara Onwumere…Has two younger brothers, Matthew (18) and Mark (12)…Majoring in Business/Finance…Favorite hobbies include playing baseball, basketball and football…Chose Park for its baseball program, proximity to the city and strong academics…Cousin, Cory Grant, played in the CFL for six years…Played two seasons at Cochise Junior College in Douglas, Ariz., under head coach Kevin Kouzmanoff…Helped the Apaches to first-place in the ACAC Conference in 2007…Also recruited by Kansas Wesleyan… Played high school baseball at Monsignor Percy Johnson High School in Toronto, helping the Jaguars to a league championship where he was also the league’s MVP...High school coach was Paul Monroe.

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22 JAMES PARSONS

6-1 • 190 • JUNIOR • PITCHER • R/R • DALLAS, TEXAS (NORTHEASTERN JC) PERSONAL – James Louis Parsons was born in Huntsville, Texas, and is the son of Danny Parsons and Patricia Parsons…Played high school baseball at Wylie High School where he was the team’s newcomer of the year and a first-team all-district performer…Began his collegiate baseball career at the University of Central Arkansas, in Conway, Ark., during the Bears’ transition from NCAA Division II to NCAA Division I…Made seven appearances in 2007 with a 1-2 record, recording 10 strike outs in 55 batters faced…Recorded nine innings in 2007, followed by 10 innings in 2008 when he went 1-1 in nine appearances with one start and a 4.50 ERA…Struck out two in the 2008 season… Earned a medical red-shirt in his first year at UCA…Continued his career at Northeastern Junior College in Sterling, Colo., in 2009, playing for head coach Bryan Shephard and helping the Plainsmen to an NJCAA Region IX championship…Also played summer baseball for the Dallas Tigers…Chose Park University for its baseball program and will major in history.

42 TREVOR PEARSON

5-11 • 190 • SENIOR • PITCHER • L/L • RICHMOND, MO. (MAPLE WOODS CC) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV 2009 4.50 0-0 4 1 0 0/0 0 CAR. 4.50 0-0 4 1 0 0/0 0

IP 8.0 8.0

H 8 8

R 6 6

ER BB SO 4 8 8 4 8 8

2B 2 2

3B 1 1

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 31 .258 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 .258 0 0 0 0 0

2009 – Appeared in four games with one start without a decision, posting a 4.50 ERA with eight strike outs…Allowed six runs, four of which were earned, and eight hits…Went a season-best five innings at Saint Mary, striking out three…PERSONAL – Trevor Michael Pearson was born in Richmond, Mo., and is the son of Mike and Nancy Pearson…Pitched two seasons at Maple Woods Community College before coming to Park…Graduated from Richmond High School in 2005…Played under coach Brandon Quick for the Spartans…Was a two-time All-Conference Pitcher at Richmond and was the team’s MVP in 2005…Also recruited by Union University and Northwest Missouri State…Is a management and marketing major.

8 GABE PEREZ

6-3 • 205 • SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R • CHICAGO, ILL. (ROBERTO CLEMENTE HS) YR. 2007 2008 2009 CAR.

ERA 6.08 5.40 4.32 5.59

W-L APP GS CG SH/CB 1-1 9 3 1 0/0 0-0 4 1 0 0/0 0-1 8 0 0 0/0 1-2 21 4 1 0/0

SV IP H 0 23.2 34 0 5.0 4 0 8.1 12 0 37.0 50

R 20 4 9 33

ER BB SO 16 7 15 3 4 4 4 4 4 23 15 23

2B 4 0 2 6

3B 0 0 0 0

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 119 .327 1 3 0 1 4 0 20 .200 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 .353 0 1 0 0 1 0 173 .289 1 4 0 1 5

2009 – Made eight appearances, all in relief, posting a 4.32 ERA in 8.1 innings pitched…Struck out four and gave up four earned runs… Tossed 2.2 innings in relief against William Penn on March 15…Struck out two in an MCAC game against College of the Ozarks on April 4…2008 – Made four appearances on the mound without a decision, making one start and pitching five innings with a 5.40 ERA…Posted four strike outs, all against Ozark Christian College…2007 – Appeared in nine games with three starts, posting a 1-1 record with 23.2 innings pitched…Struck out 15, including five against Baker and a career-high six in conference play against Central Christian…Allowed opponents to bat .327, giving up 20 runs, 16 of which were earned…Has allowed 11 career walks, including seven in 2007…PERSONAL – Gabriel Alexis Perez was born in Chicago, Ill., and is the son of Jose and Elizabeth Perez…Has two siblings, Melanie (23) and Adrian (19)…Attended Roberto Clemente High School in Chicago, helping the Wildcats to conference, regional and city championships… Also carried a 3.5 GPA and was part of the school’s honors program…Chose Park University over Illinois-Chicago and North Park University…Is majoring in business management.

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35 TRAVIS REUTER

6-4 • 240 • JUNIOR • PITCHER/INFIELDER • R/R • KANSAS CITY, MO. (NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE) 2009 – Sat out the 2009 season as a redshirt…PERSONAL – Travis Reuter was born in Kansas City...Parents are Gary and Darlene Reuter...Father is a dentist in the Kansas City area...Played high school baseball for Winnetonka High School, where he played with Kansas City Royals prospect Nick Van Stratten...Played junior college baseball at Maple Woods Community College before attending Northwest Missouri State University during the fall 2008 semester...Chose Park for its baseball and graphic design programs…Enjoys illustration and skiing in his spare time…Will major in graphic design at Park.

12 RYAN RUSH

6-0 • 210 • JUNIOR • INFIELDER • R/R • ST. JOSEPH, MO. (MAPLE WOODS CC) PERSONAL – Ryan Scott Rush was born in St. Joseph, Mo., and is the son of Randy and Jean Rush…Has one sibling, Britani (25)…Played junior college baseball for 2009 NJCAA Regional Champion Maple Woods College for head coach Marty Kilgore…Posted a .380 batting average and was second on the team in both slugging and on-base percentage…Attended Bishop Leblond High School in St. Joseph, graduating in 2006 after helping the team to a 2005 district championship under head coach Greg Kastner…Was a three-time all-city selection in St. Joseph, as well as a three-time all-district performer…Earned three All-St. Joseph News-Press selections and was named all-state as a senior in 2006…Also recruited by Northwest Missouri State, Washburn and Oklahoma Panhandle State… Chose Park for its academics and baseball tradition, and will major in social psychology…In his spare time, enjoys hunting and fishing and donates personal time to food kitchens and other activities within his church.

1 DARIAN SANDFORD

5-9 • 165 • SENIOR • INFIELDER/OUTFIELDER • S/R •ST. LOUIS, MO. (MERAMEC CC) YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .388 45-43 152 CAR. .388 45-43 152

R 50 50

H 59 59

2B 8 8

3B 2 2

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 0 15 71 .467 16 5 18 0 .460 1 0 15 71 .467 16 5 18 0 .460 1

2009 – Appeared in 45 games with 43 starts and led the NAIA in stolen bases per game, swiping 43 bags in 53 tries during the season..Stolen bases total established a new single-season record at Park and is just three shy of the program record for career stolen bases…Finished the year with a .388 batting average with 59 hits in 150 at bats, including eight doubles and two triples…Scored 50 runs on the year, second most on the team…Split time between the outfield and second base, posting a .985 fielding percentage…Collected postseason accolades in the MCAC, being named first-team all-conference…Had four hits against Paul Quinn on Feb. 14, and against William Penn on March 15, when he also had six total bases…Had two doubles against Central Christian in late March, a game in which he also stole a career-best four bases…Also scored four runs in his four-hit game against Paul Quinn and matched the total March 24, against Central Christian…PERSONAL - Darian Sanford was born in St. Louis and is the son of Joan and Clifford Sandford…Came to Park University after a two-year stint at Meramec Community College in St. Louis…Led the nation in stolen bases with 58 in 2008…Awarded Team MVP and Newcomer of the Year at Meramec, along with Honorable-Mention All-American selection…Also recruited by Florida International, Avila, Bethune-Cookman, Missouri, Temple, Saint Louis University and Boston College…Hobbies include playing football and basketball…Plans to major in communications…Nicknamed “Primetime”…Graduated from Cardinal Ritter High School in 2005 where he was a three-sport letterwinner in basketball, football and baseball…Named team MVP and League Co-Player of the Year at Cardinal Ritter…Spent time volunteering at the Peter and Paul Soup Kitchen in St. Louis, Mo.

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SH SB-AT PO 4 43-53 47 4 43-53 47

A 19 19

E FLD 1 .985 1 .985


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11 JIMMY SMELCER

6-0 • 195 • FRESHMAN • INFIELDER • R/R • LIBERTY, MO. (LIBERTY HS) PERSONAL – James Ray Smelcer was born in Gladstone, Mo., and is the son of Jim and Pam Smelcer…Attended Liberty High School where he was a two-sport athlete, playing both football and baseball for the Blue Jays…Was an all-metro and all-conference honoree in both football (quarterback) and baseball (shortstop)…Helped football team to conference and district titles, baseball team to second place in sectionals…Was involved in A+…Also recruited by William Jewell, Baker, Longview Community College, Maple Woods, Iowa Wesleyan and Missouri Valley…Chose Park for its baseball program, and off the field, enjoys fantasy sports…Is undecided on his major.

27 CODY SPAULDING

6-0 • 196 • JUNIOR • OUTFIELDER • R/R • GEYSERVILLE, CALIF. (SANTA ROSA JC) PERSONAL – Cody Andrew Spaulding was born in Healdsburg, Calif., and is the son of Mark and Marjory Spaulding…Has two siblings, ages 19 and 15…Played high school baseball at Geyserville Ed Park High School in Geyserville, Calif., where he earned letters in three sports – soccer, basketball and baseball – and was named a first-team all-league performer in all three…Played high school baseball at Santa Rosa Junior College in Santa Rosa, Calif., for head coach Damon Neidlinger…Was a junior college teammate of current Park teammate Erik Goodline…Junior college was also the two-year home of Major League outfielders Jason Lane and Johnny Gomes…Has not yet declared a major.

33 COREY STAFFORD

6-4 • 235 • SENIOR • PITCHER • R/R • ST. LOUIS, MO. (SOUTHWESTERN ILLINOIS) YR. ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV 2009 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 CAR. 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0

IP 1.0 1.0

H 1 1

R 2 2

ER BB SO 0 1 0 0 1 0

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 5 .200 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 .200 0 0 0 0 0

2009 – Recorded one inning, against Hannibal-LaGrange, allowing two unearned runs one walk and one hit…Faced a total of six batters with a 0.00 ERA…PERSONAL – Corey Lee Stafford was born in St. Louis and is the son of Patti Stafford…Majoring in Liberal Studies… Enjoys listening to music, playing basketball and watching T.V…Also recruited by Lindenwood University, Concordia University and Judson University…Attended Hazelwood Central High School in Florissant, Mo., and played baseball under coaches Tim Williams and Cliff Brandon…Helped lead the Hawks to State Runners-up and was Co-MVP of the 2006 State Championship game…Team also won back-to-back district championships…Was a National Honor Roll recipient…Notable classmates at Hazelwood Central include James Aldridge, a running back at the University of Notre Dame and Alex Tyus, a forward on the University of Florida’s men’s basketball team…Also played two seasons for the Southwestern Illinois College baseball team in Belleville, Ill.

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20 SCOTT TATRO

5-11 • 184 • JUNIOR • UTILITY • R/R • TUCSON, ARIZ. (CENTRAL CC) YR. AVG GP-S AB 2009 .200 6-1 5 CAR. .200 6-1 5

R 1 1

H 1 1

2B 0 0

3B 0 0

HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF 0 1 1 .200 2 0 2 0 .429 0 0 1 1 .200 2 0 2 0 .429 0

SH SB-AT PO 0 0-0 1 0 0-0 1

A 0 0

E FLD 2 .333 2 .333

2009 – Played in six games with one start, recording five at bats and one RBI against Central Christian College…Also scored a run in the win over CCC…Recorded a season-high three at bats at Paul Quinn College on Feb. 15…PERSONAL – Linwood Scott Tatro is the son of Mick and Holly Tatro…Attended Santa Rita High School in Tucson, Ariz., where he graduated with honors, was a national scholar athlete and was awarded Second team All-Conference in 2006 and honorable mention all-conference in 2005...Played baseball under the direction of Dan Moore and Rodney Gaines and also attended Central Community College...Will look to play many positions for Park including, catcher, second base, third base and the outfield...Is a liberal studies major, and enjoys sports, art, music and Wii away from the baseball field.

17 RICARDO TORRES

5-10 • 195 • JUNIOR • INFIELDER • R/R • KANSAS CITY, MO. (METRO STATE) PERSONAL – Ricardo Javier Torres is the son of Ricardo Torres and Cecilia Torres, and has one sibling… Attended North Kansas City High School, graduating in 2005 after earning letters in both baseball and soccer…Helped team to a conference championship in 2004 and was first-team all-conference in 2005, after earning honorable mention in 2004…Moved on to Longview Community College in the 2006 and 2007 seasons, playing for head coach Clint Culbertson…In 2007, the Lakers posted a 41-18 record and were crowned NJCAA Baseball National Champions after also winning conference, district and regional championships during the season…Spent 2008 at Metro State College in Denver, Colo., where he redshirted under head coach Bobby Price in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (NCAA Division II)…Away from the baseball field, enjoys spending time on the golf course and intends on majoring in business at Park University.

4 SAM TRACY

5-11 • 185 • JUNIOR • CATCHER • R/R • MARION, IOWA (ELLSWORTH CC) PERSONAL – Samuel John Tracy was born in Marion, Iowa, and is the son of Mike and Lisa Tracy…Father is a financial advisor…Has two siblings, Mike (23) and Leslie (26)…Played junior college baseball at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa Falls, Iowa, under head coach Nate Forsyth…Helped the team to third place in the NJCAA Region XI tournament…Belted a game-tying grand-slam against Johnson County Community College…Played high school baseball at Linn-Marr High School in Marion, Iowa, for head coach Chad Lechner…Team qualified for the state quarterfinals in 2006…Was a 2007 Cedar Rapids All-Metro Honorable Mention selection…Was a four-year honor roll honoree…A cousin, Nick Waldrip, played collegiate baseball at Georgia College and State University…Was also recruited by Graceland University and chose Park for its baseball program and educational opportunities…Is a business management major.

32 RYAN WOOLAM

6-5 • 235 • SENIOR • PITCHER • L/L • KANSAS CITY, MO. (PARK HILL HS) YR. 2006 2007 CAR.

ERA 8.00 6.75 7.84

W-L APP GS CG SH/CB 1-0 6 1 0 0/0 0-1 1 1 0 0/0 1-1 7 2 0 0/0

SV IP H 0 9.0 8 0 1.1 4 0 10.1 12

R 10 3 13

ER BB SO 8 11 5 1 1 1 9 12 6

2B 4 0 4

3B 0 0 0

HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 46 .174 4 1 0 0 1 1 10 .400 0 1 0 0 0 1 56 .214 4 1 0 0 1

2007 – Made one appearance, going 1.1 innings with a strike out in a loss to Bellevue on April 21…2006 – Made six appearances with one start, posting 1-0 record with five strike outs…Tossed a season-best four innings in his only career win against Graceland…Had a pair of two strike-out games against the University of Saint Mary and Mid-America Christian…PERSONAL – Ryan Woolam was born in Kansas City, Mo., and is the son of John and Katey Woolam…Also recruited by Maple Woods…Played high school baseball at Park Hill High School for former Trojan head coach Bill Sobbe…Helped his team to a district title and was an honorable mention all-league selection before graduating in 2005…Chose Park for its baseball program and is majoring in criminal justice.

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2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL • 19 HOT START FUELS BIG SEASON Park University got its record-breaking season off to a great start in 2009, winning their first 12 games for the Pirates’ first 12-0 start in school history. Park began the year with a four-game series sweep of Paul Quinn College in Texas, followed by a doubleheader sweep in the Lone Star State over Wiley College. Park then took a pair of doubleheaders in Kansas over Ottawa and Sterling, and the Pirates provided their fans with something to cheer about in the home opener, taking two from the University of Sioux Falls for wins 11 and 12 of the season. Nick Kouratou began his senior season with a big game, hitting for the cycle on opening day against Paul Quinn, and in the 12-game stretch, the Pirates had three wins by runrule. The streak ended at home, with William Penn taking three of four from the Pirates in early March. TEAM TAKES 10 OF FIRST 12 IN MCAC After a 13-5 nonconference start, Park went on a tear in its initial non-conference schedule, beginning with a fourgame sweep of Central Christian that saw three games in the four-game series end on run rules. The Pirates followed the big weekend in McPherson with a split doubleheader at Peru State before taking three of four from College of the Ozarks in the first home conference games of the 2009 season. A nonconference sweep of Hannibal-LaGrange followed, and the Pirates were on the national stage the next weekend, taking on nationally ranked Bellevue University in Omaha. Park led in all four games of the four-game set, winning the opener but falling in the next three on lategame heroics by the Bruins. PARK WINS FINAL EIGHT IN REGULAR SEASON Following the series loss at Bellevue, Park ripped through its final eight regular-season games, sweeping a four-game series from Oklahoma Wesleyan and a makeup doubleheader with Peru State to close the conference campaign. Park also dusted off its nonconference schedule in late April, taking two on Senior Day from Ottawa University, as senior pitcher Josh Hake came in to close the doubleheader’s opening game, picking up his first-career save as a Pirate. PIRATES BID FAREWELL TO 15 ON SENIOR DAY Park bid farewell to 15 players in the Senior Day doubleheader sweep of Ottawa, including five juniors and 10 seniors who graduated at the end of the 2009 season. Seniors Josh Hake, Joe Christiano, Kiki Fuentes and Dustin Laird departed the pitching staff, while Adam Shupe completed his lone season with the Pirates behind the plate in 2009. Brett Gordon, Pete Peters, Nick Kouratou and Laird made up the team’s all-senior infield during the 2009 season, while Ryan Weedin left a void in center field after completing his fourth year with the program. Juniors Jesse Kearns, Jeff Hall, Ryan Duede, Kyle Iverson and Jake Russell departed, as well, to graduate prior to the 2010 season. 200TH WIN AND THE MCAC TOURNAMENT Park didn’t anticipate its season ending in the MCAC tournament, but a first-round loss to Peru State put the Pirates’ backs against the wall early in the conference post-

season championship. Park fought back for a 5-4 win over York, giving head coach Cary Lundy his 200th career win, and immediately turned around to level Peru State in the day-two night game, 17-4. The Pirates’ season would end with a 10-4 loss in the championship game to Bellevue, and Park was one of the last left out of at-large qualification to the 2009 NAIA World Series Opening Round. RECORDS FALL IN 2009 The 2009 season was a record-breaking year for the Park University baseball program, as the team won a school-record 34 games and head coach Cary Lundy added to his record win total by becoming the first Park coach to eclipse 200 career wins. Park also saw a number of offensive records fall, including Jesse Kearns establishing a new school record for runs batted in with 60. Ryan Weedin also broke the singleseason record for triples, belting five three-base hits, and Adam Shupe earned a single-season record 28 bases on balls from the clean-up spot. Darian Sandford shattered the single-season stolen bases mark, swiping 43 bags to come just three shy of the Park career record for steals. On the mound, Matt Lackner tied the mark of nine wins set in previous season by Josh Hake (2008) and Adam Clay (2004), while Hake also etched his name in the record book for a second time, winning eight games in the 2009 season. Joe Christiano found the Pirate record book for saves, closing out a school-record six games in save situations. Hake and Lackner each turned in top-five single-season performances for strike outs, and Hake posted six complete games, ranking fourth on the all-time list. Many offensive categories were also approached, as Bryan Coggins was hit by 12 pitches, second-most all-time, and Nick Kouratou had 20 doubles, one off the mark set by T.J. Guadagnano in the program’s first year of resurrection. Weedin had a top-five year in runs scored, while Shupe drove in 56 runs to land in the school’s all-time record book for run production. Kearns and Shupe also landed in the record book for home runs, belting 12 and 11, respectively. In the career record book, Weedin rose to the top in runs, doubles, triples and walks, while Brett Gordon became the school’s all-time leader in reaching base by being hit by a pitch. POSTSEASON HONORS The Park University baseball program placed 12 players on postseason all-conference teams in the MCAC in 2009, including the league’s Pitcher of the Year, Josh Hake. Hake was joined on the first team by fellow rotationmember Matt Lackner, while Jesse Kearns, Adam Shupe and Pete Peters were all named to the MCAC’s first team as position players. Senior shortstop Nick Kouratou also earned conference honors, being named the MCAC/Rawlings Gold Glove Shortstop. Kouratou was also a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athlete, earning the NAIA’s highest academic honor along with Park teammate and fellow Tucson-native Jeff Hall. Park also placed six players on the MCAC Baseball Honorable Mention list, including pitchers Kiki Fuentes, Joe Christiano and Dustin Laird, as well as outfielders Darian Sandford and Ryan Weedin, and first baseman Brett Gordon.

NICK KOURATOU 2008 - 2009

KIKI FUENTES 2007 - 2009

BRETT GORDON 2007 - 2009

DUSTIN LAIRD 2007 - 2009

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20 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL 2009 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL RESULTS & SUMMARY

* = Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game, ( ) extra inning game Date Opponent Score R-H-E R-H-E Feb 14, 2009 at Paul Quinn W, 17-4 17-15-1 4-8-1 Feb 14, 2009 at Paul Quinn W, 14-4 14-19-0 4-6-2 Feb 15, 2009 at Paul Quinn W, 17-4 17-15-1 4-8-3 Feb 15, 2009 at Paul Quinn W, 13-6 13-10-3 6-6-8 Feb 16, 2009 at Wiley W, 7-4 7-8-1 4-8-1 Feb 16, 2009 at Wiley W, 3-2 3-7-1 2-9-0 Feb 27, 2009 at Sterling W, 6-1 6-13-3 1-8-3 Feb 27, 2009 at Sterling W, 7-1 7-10-0 1-4-0 Mar 04, 2009 at Ottawa W, 7-4 7-11-1 4-6-1 Mar 04, 2009 at Ottawa W, 16-3 16-11-0 3-7-2 Mar 07, 2009 SIOUX FALLS W, 3-2 3-6-3 2-5-2 Mar 07, 2009 SIOUX FALLS W, 10-3 10-14-0 3-7-0 Mar 14, 2009 WILLIAM PENN L, 3-7 3-3-1 7-11-1 Mar 14, 2009 WILLIAM PENN L, 4-6 4-7-2 6-8-1 Mar 15, 2009 WILLIAM PENN L, 2-5 2-5-0 5-12-0 Mar 15, 2009 WILLIAM PENN W, 5-1 5-12-2 1-3-2 Mar 17, 2009 at Saint Mary L, 5-6 5-9-1 6-7-1 Mar 17, 2009 at Saint Mary L, 4-5 4-8-2 5-7-2 Mar 20, 2009 at Central Christian * W, 14-0 14-14-0 0-2-1 Mar 20, 2009 at Central Christian * W, 7-4 7-8-2 4-9-2 Mar 24, 2009 at Central Christian * W, 17-2 17-13-1 2-8-0 Mar 24, 2009 at Central Christian * W, 14-4 14-15-0 4-9-0 Mar 29, 2009 at Peru State * L, 6-13 6-11-3 13-14-1 Mar 29, 2009 at Peru State * W, 9-4 9-8-1 4-7-1 Apr 03, 2009 COLL. OF THE OZARKS * W, 7-4 7-11-1 4-10-2 Apr 03, 2009 COLL. OF THE OZARKS * W, 8-3 8-9-0 3-6-3 Apr 04, 2009 COLL. OF THE OZARKS * W, 13-5 13-12-1 5-11-2 Apr 04, 2009 COLL. OF THE OZARKS * L, 1-14 1-4-3 14-12-0 Apr 07, 2009 HANNIBAL-LAGRANGE W, 10-9 10-13-2 9-12-0 Apr 07, 2009 HANNIBAL-LAGRANGE W, 12-5 12-13-4 5-7-3 Apr 10, 2009 at Bellevue * W, 4-1 4-4-3 1-9-3 Apr 10, 2009 at Bellevue * L, 7-8 7-10-3 8-12-1 Apr 11, 2009 at Bellevue * L, 5-6 5-8-2 6-5-2 Apr 11, 2009 at Bellevue * L, 3-7 3-7-2 7-10-3 Apr 16, 2009 OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN * W, 12-4 12-14-2 4-7-3 Apr 16, 2009 OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN * W, 10-1 10-16-1 1-2-1 Apr 17, 2009 OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN * W, 7-4 7-10-1 4-10-0 Apr 17, 2009 OKLAHOMA WESLEYAN * W, 10-3 10-10-0 3-2-1 Apr 21, 2009 PERU STATE * W, 11-5 11-14-1 5-12-2 Apr 21, 2009 PERU STATE * W, 12-2 12-9-0 2-7-2 Apr 25, 2009 OTTAWA W, 11-9 11-13-1 9-10-5 Apr 25, 2009 OTTAWA W, 6-1 6-8-2 1-4-0 May 04, 2009 vs Peru State L, 3-6 3-9-0 6-11-1 May 05, 2009 vs York W, 5-4 5-7-1 4-10-2 May 05, 2009 vs Peru State W, 17-4 17-16-1 4-10-3 May 06, 2009 at Bellevue L, 4-10 4-6-2 10-14-2 Home Attendance Summary Home Total: 1,681 Home Dates: 10 Home Average: 168

JEFF HALL 2008 - 2009

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Away Attendance Summary Away Total: 2,008 Away Dates: 15 Away Average: 133

JUSTIN GAMBILL 2008 - 2009

2009 PARK UNIVERSITY RECORD...

Inn 5 7 7 6 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 5 7 7 7 (8) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 7 7 9 9 9 9

Pitcher of record Fuentes (W 1-0) Barbosa, M. (W 1-0) Barnett (W 1-0) McGowan (W 1-0) Lackner (W 1-0) Hake (W 1-0) Lackner (W 2-0) Hake (W 2-0) Lackner (W 3-0) Fuentes (W 2-0) Hake (W 3-0) Barbosa, M. (W 2-0) Lackner (L 3-1) Hake (L 3-1) Barnett (L 1-1) Fuentes (W 3-0) Perez (L 0-1) Barbosa, M. (L 2-1) Lackner (W 4-1) Hake (W 4-1) Fuentes (W 4-0) Barbosa, M. (W 3-1) Christiano (L 0-1) Hake (W 5-1) Lackner (W 5-1) Hake (W 6-1) Fuentes (W 5-0) Barbosa, M. (L 3-2) Barnett (W 2-1) Laird (W 1-0) Lackner (W 6-1) Barbosa, M. (L 3-3) Barnett (L 2-2) Laird (L 1-1) Lackner (W 7-1) Hake (W 7-1) Fuentes (W 6-0) Laird (W 2-1) Lackner (W 8-1) Hake (W 8-1) Barnett (W 3-2) Laird (W 3-1) Hake (L 8-2) Lackner (W 9-1) Fuentes (W 7-0) Laird (L 3-2)

Att. - 114 - 117 - 127 - 100 - 108 - 223 - 191 - 188 - 153 - 125 - 105 - 130 - 149 - 169 - 121 - 180 - 175 - 134 - 146 - 131 - 229 148 128 100 198

Time 1:58 1:54 2:00 2:02 1:45 1:57 1:50 1:45 2:03 1:47 1:40 1:53 1:54 2:08 2:12 1:45 1:51 1:56 1:30 1:50 1:43 1:45 2:30 2:15 1:57 1:38 1:55 1:30 2:06 2:13 2:01 3:06 2:19 2:33 1:45 1:50 2:17 1:53 2:10 2:06 2:13 1:40 3:07 2:24 3:11 3:09

Season Attendance Summary Season Attendance: 3,689 Season Dates: 25 Season Average: 147

PETE PETERS 2008 - 2009

Overall.......................................................... 34-12 Conference..................................................... 15-5 Non-conference.............................................. 19-7 Home Games................................................. 16-4 Away Games.................................................. 16-7 Neutral Site....................................................... 2-1 Day Games................................................... 33-12 Night Games..................................................... 1-0 vs. Left-handed Starter..................................... 3-3 vs. Right-handed Starter................................. 31-9 1-run Games..................................................... 4-4 2-run Games..................................................... 1-1 3-4 run Games.................................................. 7-4 5+ run Games................................................. 22-3 Extra Innings..................................................... 0-1 Shutouts........................................................... 1-0 Scoring 0-2 Runs.............................................. 0-2 Scoring 3-5 Runs.............................................. 5-8 Scoring 6-9 Runs............................................ 10-2 Scoring 10+ Runs........................................... 19-0 Opponent 0-2 Runs.........................................11-0 Opponent 3-5 Runs........................................ 20-7 Opponent 6-9 Runs.......................................... 3-7 Opponent 10+ Runs......................................... 0-3 Scored in the 1st Inning.................................. 17-4 Opponent Scores in 1st Inning....................... 13-6 Park Scores First............................................ 19-5 Opponent Scores First.................................... 15-7 Leading After 6 Innings................................... 27-3 Trailing After 6 Innings...................................... 0-7 Tied After 6 Innings........................................... 0-1 Hit 0 Home Runs............................................ 15-9 Hit 1 Home Run................................................ 8-2 Hit 2+ Home Runs...........................................11-1 Opponent Hit 0 Home Runs........................... 28-6 Opponent Hit 1 Home Run............................... 5-3 Opponent Hit 2+ Home Runs........................... 1-3 Made 0 Errors................................................... 9-2 Made 1 Error................................................... 15-2 Made 2+ Errors............................................... 10-8 Opponent Made 0 Errors.................................. 8-2 Opponent Made 1 Error.................................... 7-6 Opponent Made 2+ Errors.............................. 19-4 Out-hit Opponent............................................ 28-3 Opponent Out-hit Park...................................... 4-9 HIts are Tied..................................................... 2-0

JESSE KEARNS 2008 - 2009


2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL • 21 2009 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL STATISTICS

Player AVG GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD 44 Shupe, Adam .423 45 45 137 24 58 11 2 11 56 106 .774 28 10 26 1 .542 2 0 1 1 217 20 11 .956 10 Peters, Pete .408 46 44 125 38 51 8 1 4 26 73 .584 13 4 14 1 .476 1 2 12 14 57 80 9 .938 26 Kearns, Jesse .395 46 46 147 43 58 11 2 12 60 109 .741 11 10 21 4 .451 7 1 13 18 51 1 3 .945 15 Sandford, Darian .388 45 43 152 50 59 8 2 0 15 71 .467 16 5 18 0 .460 1 4 43 53 47 19 1 .985 25 Kouratou, Nick .376 45 45 149 44 56 20 1 4 46 90 .604 23 2 16 5 .455 4 0 0 0 61 100 9 .947 18 Weedin, Ryan .340 45 44 147 52 50 13 5 2 35 79 .537 18 3 32 0 .410 5 2 9 11 74 3 3 .963 24 Onwumere, Mike .333 23 23 72 17 24 4 0 2 18 34 .472 7 6 6 3 .425 2 0 9 9 28 1 0 1.000 5 Gordon, Brett .325 42 42 123 28 40 9 0 1 30 52 .423 15 8 22 3 .417 5 0 1 1 264 13 4 .986 9 Coggins, Bryan .289 35 28 90 14 26 4 0 3 26 39 .433 7 12 24 2 .402 3 0 0 0 66 9 1 .987 3 Laird, Dustin .271 40 39 107 29 29 9 0 2 23 44 .411 13 6 22 2 .372 3 3 1 1 33 69 10 .911 -------------------------21 Miser, Jeff .600 5 0 5 2 3 0 0 0 3 3 .600 0 0 0 0 .600 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1.000 1 Duede, Ryan .394 38 9 33 30 13 1 0 0 4 14 .424 5 1 5 0 .487 0 0 5 7 14 0 1 .933 4 Gambill, Justin .308 17 2 13 11 4 1 0 0 3 5 .385 2 0 5 0 .400 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1.000 34 Goodline, Eric .231 5 3 13 4 3 1 0 1 3 7 .538 2 0 1 0 .333 0 0 0 0 9 2 0 1.000 20 Tatro, Scott .200 6 1 5 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 .200 2 0 2 0 .429 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 .333 7 Hake, Josh .000 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 2 9 1 .917 22 Fuentes, Kiki .000 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 8 1 .900 30 Christiano, Joe .000 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 3 1 .800 Totals .360 46 46 1319 388 475 100 13 42 349 727 .551 163 67 214 22 .446 33 12 94 115 936 367 62 .955 Opponents .299 46 46 1246 210 372 48 12 16 184 492 .395 142 23 261 21 .377 15 22 52 68 899 352 76 .943 LOB - Team (308), Opp (303). DPs turned - Team (29), Opp (29). CI - Team (1), Shupe 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (2), Shupe 1, Kouratou 1, Opp (5). Picked off - Sandford 4, Duede 1, Peters 1. Player ERA W L APP GS CG SHO CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB AVG WP HBP BK SFA SHA 7 Hake, Josh 3.14 8 2 13 11 6 0 0 1 71.2 69 32 25 24 75 6 1 3 279 .247 16 5 0 0 2 19 Lackner, Matt 3.41 9 1 11 10 3 1 0 0 63.1 78 32 24 19 69 8 1 5 256 .305 3 0 0 0 4 3 Laird, Dustin 3.55 3 2 5 5 0 0 0 0 25.1 23 16 10 12 14 3 0 2 96 .240 0 3 0 1 3 22 Fuentes, Kiki 5.04 7 0 10 9 3 0 0 0 50.0 69 35 28 16 37 9 3 3 208 .332 0 5 0 4 4 17 Barbosa, Michael 6.84 3 3 11 4 0 0 0 0 25.0 36 24 19 10 16 5 2 3 102 .353 1 4 1 3 4 -------------------------33 Stafford, Corey 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 .200 0 0 0 0 0 31 McCoy, Cody 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 11 Russell, Jake 0.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 2 0 0 0 30 Christiano, Joe 3.57 0 1 16 0 0 0 0 6 17.2 15 7 7 3 11 4 1 0 64 .234 0 0 0 1 1 23 Hall, Jeff 3.60 0 0 12 0 0 0 0 1 10.0 15 7 4 6 10 2 0 0 43 .349 2 2 0 2 0 13 Perez, Gabe 4.32 0 1 8 0 0 0 0 0 8.1 12 9 4 4 4 2 0 0 34 .353 0 1 0 0 1 42 Pearson, Trevor 4.50 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 8.0 8 6 4 8 8 2 1 0 31 .258 0 0 0 0 0 2 Iverson, Kyle 9.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 .500 0 0 0 1 0 29 McGowan, Derek 10.03 1 0 5 2 0 0 0 0 11.2 15 14 13 15 5 1 1 0 47 .319 3 0 2 2 0 32 Barnett, Ethan 10.19 3 2 10 4 0 0 0 0 17.2 26 21 20 19 10 6 1 0 70 .371 3 1 1 1 3 34 Goodline, Eric 27.00 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0.1 2 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 .667 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 4.59 34 12 46 46 12 1 0 8 312.0 372 210 159 142 261 48 12 16 1246 .299 28 23 4 15 22 Opponents 9.97 12 34 46 46 11 0 0 2 299.2 475 388 332 163 214 100 13 42 1319 .360 56 67 3 33 12 PB - Team (13), Shupe 9, Coggins 4, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (9), Lackner 2, Barnett 2, Laird 2, Pearson 1, Hake 1, Christiano 1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - Shupe (41-48), Hake (14-15), Coggins (11-15), Lackner (6-10), Barnett (6-9), Fuentes (5-7), Pearson (5-6), McGowan (5-6), Laird (4-6), Barbosa, M. (2-3), Iverson (2-2), Perez (1-2), Hall (1-1), Stafford (1-1).

Darian Sandford established Park University’s single-season stolen bases record in 2009, swiping 43 bags in 50 tries. He was also the NAIA’s leader in stolen bases per game, averaging 0.96 stolen bases per contest. He had the nation’s fourth-highest total in stolen bases and was the only player in the NAIA with 40 or more steals in less than 50 games. Sandford is also just three behind the career stolen bases record at Park, which is held by R.J. Nab who stole 46 bases from 2003 to 2004.

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22 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL TEAM RECORDS

Games Played 53............................................... 2006 53............................................... 2004 50............................................... 2005 50............................................... 2000 49............................................... 2007 47............................................... 2008 46............................................... 2009 46............................................... 2003 40............................................... 2002 38............................................... 2001

AARON BROWN 2000 - 2001

ADAM CLAY 2004 - 2005

Wins 34............................................... 2009 30............................................... 2006 30............................................... 2003 29............................................... 2008 28............................................... 2007 28............................................... 2004 28............................................... 2001 23............................................... 2000 22............................................... 2005 21............................................... 2002 Winning Percentage .737............................................ 2001 .730............................................ 2009 .652............................................ 2003 .610............................................ 2008 .575............................................ 2006 .571............................................ 2007 .528............................................ 2004 .512............................................ 2002 .460............................................ 2000 .440............................................ 2005

SEASON BATTING RECORDS

RYAN WEEDIN 2005 - 2009

JOE CHRISTIANO 2009

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AT BATS 188, Aaron Courter (2006) 174, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 171, John O’Rourke (2006) 170, Aaron Courter (2005) 168, R.J. Nab (2004) 168, Luke Johnson (2004) 166, Robby Reed (2004) 163, Tommy Bennett (2006) 162, Aaron Brown (2000) 161, Josh Park (2000) 160, Michael Younghanz (2007) 160, Jordan Henderson (2007) 159, Mike Gomez (2007) 156, Travis Blair (2000) 155, Mike Gomez (2006) 155, Aaron Courter (2004) 154, Ryan Fawks (2008) 153, Hank Edwards (2004) 152, Darian Sandford (2009) 152, Jon Sobbe (2006) HITS 80, T.J. Guradagnano (2000) 76, R.J. Nab (2004) 72, Aaron Brown (2000) 68, Aaron Courter (2006) 66, Aaron Courter (2005) 64, Ryan Fawks (2008) 63, Robby Reed (2004)

62, Michael Younghanz (2007) 62, Aaron Courter (2004) 62, Tony French (2000) 61, Luke Johnson (2004) 60, Hank Edwards (2004) 59, Darian Sandford (2009) 59, Nick Kouratou (2008) 59, Jordan Henderson (2007) 58, Adam Shupe (2009) 58, Jesse Kearns (2009) 58, Kevin Jones (2001) 56, Nick Kouratou (2009) 56, Aaron Brown (2001) 56, Joe Barbosa (2003) 56, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) BATTING AVERAGE Must meet NAIA Statistical Minimums .483, Aaron Brown (2001) .473, Joe Barbosa (2002) .468, Kevin Jones, (2001) .467, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) .452, R.J. Nab (2004) .441, Aaron Brown (2000) .436, Tony French (2000) .423, Adam Shupe (2009) .416, Ryan Fawks (2008) .412, Joe Barbosa (2003) .408, Pete Peters (2009) .405, Chris Luera (2008) .404, Nick Kouratou (2008) .400, Aaron Courter (2004) .395, Jesse Kearns (2009) .394, Josh Park (2001) .392, Hank Edwards (2004) .391, Garrett Wagner (2002) .390, Ross McCoy (2005) .388, Darian Sandford (2009) .388, Michael Younghanz (2007) .388, Aaron Courter (2005) .388, Alan Singletary (2002) RUNS SCORED 57, R.J. Nab (2004) 56, Aaron Brown (2000) 55, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 52, Ryan Weedin (2009) 50, Darian Sandford (2009) 48, Ryan Weedin (2008) 48, Alan Singletary (2003) 47, Kevin Jones (2001) 46, Aaron Brown (2001) 45, Joe Barbosa (2003) 44, Nick Kouratou (2009) 43, Jesse Kearns (2009) 43, Aaron Courter (2006) 41, Ryan Kiedrowski (2001) 41, Travis Blair (2000) 39, Pete Peters (2008) 39, Chris Evans (2008) 38, Pete Peters (2009) 38, Robby Reed (2004) 38, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) HOME RUNS 17, Tony French (2000) 13, Aaron Brown (2001) 12, Jesse Kearns (2009)

12, Travis Blair (2000) 11, Adam Shupe (2009) 11, Luke Johnson (2005) 10, Hank Edwards (2004) 10, Alan Singletary (2002) 10, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 9, Aaron Brown (2000) 8, Joe Barbosa (2003) 8, Hank Edwards (2003) 7, Michael Younghanz (2007) 7, Robby Reed (2004) 6, Ross McCoy (2007) 6, Dustin Laird (2007) 6, Benji Weber (2003) 6, Tony French (2001) 6, Travis Blair (2001) 6, Tim Williams (2001) DOUBLES 21, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 20, Nick Kouratou (2009) 16, Joe Barbosa (2003) 15, Robby Reed (2004) 14, Chris Evans (2008) 14, Chris Luera (2007) 14, Dustin Laird (2007) 14, John O’Rourke (2006) 14, Hank Edwards (2004) 14, R.J. Nab (2004) 14, Ryan Kiedrowski (2001) 14, Tony French (2001) 13, Ryan Weedin (2009) 13, Pete Peters (2008) 13, Hank Edwards (2002) 13, Travis Blair (2000) 13, Tony French (2000) 12, Benji Weber (2003) 12, Joe Barbosa (2002) 12, Aaron Brown (2001) 12, Aaron Brown (2000) TRIPLES 5, Ryan Weedin (2009) 4, Chris Luera (2008) 4, R.J. Nab (2004) 4, Alan Singletary (2002) 3, Ryan Weedin (2008) 3, Dane Phillippe (2004) 3, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) 3, Benji Weber (2002) 3, Garrett Wagner (2002) 3, Kevin Jones (2001) 3, Travis Blair (2001) 2, Adam Shupe (2009) 2, Jesse Kearns (2009) 2, Darian Sandford (2009) 2, Ross McCoy (2007) 2, Ryan Weedin (2007) 2, John O’Rourke (2005) 2, Luke Johnson (2005) 2, Mohammad Mohammad (2005) 2, Dusty Hylton (2004) 2, Ruben Vieyra (2002) 2, Marcus Thomas (2002) 2, Travis Blair (2000) 2, Aaron Brown (2000) 2, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 2, Steve Miller (2000)


2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL • 23 2, Josh Park (2000) 2, Joe Vesely (2000) RUNS BATTED IN 60, Jesse Kearns (2009) 59, Tony French (2000) 56, Adam Shupe (2009) 54, Aaron Brown (2001) 52, Hank Edwards (2004) 48, Robby Reed (2004) 48, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 46, Nick Kouratou (2009) 44, Ryan Fawks (2008) 43, Joe Barbosa (2002) 43, Tony French (2001) 42, Nick Kouratou (2008) 42, Aaron Brown (2000) 41, Chris Evans (2008) 41, Luke Johnson (2005) 41, Benji Weber (2003) 40, Dane Phillippe (2004) 39, Chris Luera (2008) 38, John O’Rourke (2005) 38, R.J. Nab (2004) 38, Steve Kent (2003) STOLEN BASES 43, Darian Sandford (2009) 28, R.J. Nab (2004) 24, Kevin Jones (2001) 23, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) 20, Aaron Brown (2000) 19, Andy Morgan (2002) 18, R.J. Nab (2003) 17, Andy Morgan (2003) 16, Ryan Kiedrowski (2001) 15, Jordan Henderson (2007) 14, Chad Farris (2007) 13, Jesse Kearns (2009) 12, Pete Peters (2009) 12, Alan Singletary (2002) 11, Aaron Courter (2004) 10, Ryan Weedin (2007) 10, Travis Blair (2000) 9, Michael Onwumere (2009) 9, Ryan Weedin (2009) 9, Marshall Collins (2002) 9, Aaron Courter (2003) BASES ON BALLS 28, Adam Shupe (2009) 26, Brandon Skelton (2008) 25, Ryan Weedin (2007) 25, R.J. Nab (2004) 23, Nick Kouratou (2009) 22, Ryan Weedin (2008) 22, Dan Phillippe (2004) 22, R.J. Nab (2003) 22, Joe Barbosa (2003) 22, Alan Singletary (2002) 22, Aaron Brown (2001) 21, Ryan Weedin (2006) 20, Chris Evans (2008) 20, Hank Edwards (2004) 20, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) 20, Steve Kent (2002) 20, Travis Blair (2001) 19, Ryan Fawks (2008)

19, Nick Kouratou (2008) 19, Brandon Skelton (2007) 19, Ryan Kiedrowski (2001) 19, Benji Weber (2002) HIT-BY-PITCH 14, Andy Morgan (2003) 12, Bryan Coggins (2009) 12, Brett Gordon (2007) 12, Joe Barbosa (2003) 11, Ross McCoy (2007) 11, Dusty Hylton (2005) 10, Adam Shupe (2009) 10, Jesse Kearns (2009) 10, Brett Gordon (2008) 10, Dusty Hylton (2006) 9, Andy Morgan (2004) 9, Dan Phillippe (2004) 9, Benji Weber (2003) 8, Brett Gordon (2009) 8, Dustin Laird (2007) 8, Benji Weber (2002) 7, Ryan Fawks (2008) 7, Aaron Courter (2005) 7, Tommy Bennett (2005) 7, Aaron Courter (2003) 7, Andy Morgan (2002) 7, Nick Rogers (2000) ON-BASE PERCENTAGE Must meet NAIA Statistical Minimums .575, Aaron Brown (2001) .551, Joe Barbosa (2002) .542, Adam Shupe (2009) .523, Joe Barbosa (2003) .517, R.J. Nab (2004) .497, Ryan Fawks (2008) .497, Kevin Jones (2001) .487, Aaron Brown (2000) .484, Michael Younghanz (2007) .483, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) .477, Nick Kouratou (2008) .477, Garrett Wagner (2002) .476, Pete Peters (2009) .475, Alan Singletary (2002) .474, Travis Blair (2001) .467, Hank Edwards (2004) .460, Darian Sandford (2009) .460, Ryan Kiedrowski (2001) .459, Pete Peters (2008) .455, Nick Kouratou (2009) SLUGGING PERCENTAGE (.600 Min.) Must meet NAIA Statistical Minimums .888, Aaron Brown (2001) .865, Tony French (2000) .774, Adam Shupe (2009) .770, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) .741, Jesse Kearns (2009) .716, Alan Singletary (2002) .707, Tim Williams (2001) .706, Joe Barbosa (2003) .699, Ross McCoy (2007) .694, Travis Blair (2001) .693, Hank Edwards (2004) .692, Travis Blair (2000) .691, Aaron Brown (2000) .669, Chris Luera (2008)

.656, Hank Edwards (2003) .652, Joe Barbosa (2002) .636, Eric McClanahan (2002) .619, R.J. Nab (2004) .615, Luke Johnson (2005) .604, Nick Kouratou (2009) STRIKE OUTS (Min. 20) 36, Mohammad Mohammad (2005) 35, Travis Blair (2000) 34, Mike Gomez (2006) 34, Marcus Thomas (2000) 32, Ryan Weedin (2009) 31, Luke Johnson (2005) 31, Alan Singletary (2002) 28, Michael Younghanz (2007) 28, Mohammad Mohammad (2004) 27, Dustin Laird (2007) 27, Dusty Hylton (2005) 26, Adam Shupe (2009) 26, R.J. Nab (2004) 26, Ryan Kiedrowski (2003) 25, Ryan Weedin (2006) 25, Vince Sola (2005) 25, Hank Edwards (2004) 25, Luke Johnson (2004) 25, Brad Beale (2001) 24, Bryan Coggins (2009) 24, Mohammad Mohammad (2006) 24, Hank Edwards (2002)

SEASON PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES 21, Adam Clay (2005) 18, Adam Clay (2004) 17, Richard Scott (2006) 16, Joe Christiano (2009) 16, Richard Scott (2007) 16, Jake Russell (2006) 16, Bret Rymer (2003) 15, Kiki Fuentes (2007) 15, Kyle Schnieder (2000) 14, Vince Ortega (2008) 14, Kevin Scobee (2005) 14, Ryne Mendez (2004) 14, Tony French (2000) 14, Nate Priest (2000) 13, Josh Hake (2009) 13, Jeff Holz (2003) 13, Brett Rymer (2003) 13, Jarrod Tyson (2002) 13, Nick Huff (2000) 13, Steve Miller (2000)

INNINGS PITCHED 83.0, Adam Clay (2004) 79.1, Adam Clay (2005) 76.0, Nathan Priest (2000) 71.2, Josh Hake (2009) 69.0, Nick Huff (2000) 68.2, Jarrod Tyson (2002) 66.2, Eric Peltzer (2001) 66.1, Bo Prather (2007) 63.1, Matt Lackner (2009) 62.1, Kevin Scobee (2005) 61.1, Josh Hake (2008) 61.1, Kyle Schneider (2000) 61.0, Jeff Holz (2003)

JOSH HAKE 2008 - 2009

TONY FRENCH 2000 - 2001

BO PRATHER 2006 - 2008

ADAM SHUPE 2009

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24 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL 59.2, Kevin Scobee (2006) 56.1, Kenny Theerman (2006) 56.0, Chris Luera (2008) 56.0, Kenny Theerman (2004) 55.2, Joe Barbosa (2003) 55.1, Bo Prather (2008) 55.1, Nate Priest (2001)

LUKE JOHNSON 2004 - 2005

MICHAEL YOUNGHANZ 2007

CHRIS LUERA 2007 - 2008

AARON COURTER 2003 - 2006

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WINS 9, Matt Lackner (2009) 9, Josh Hake (2008) 9, Adam Clay (2004) 8, Josh Hake (2009) 8, Eric Peltzer (2001) 7, Kiki Fuentes (2009) 7, Chris Luera (2008) 7, Bo Prather (2007) 7, Adam Clay (2005) 7, Joe Barbosa (2003) 7, Nate Priest (2001) 7, Nick Huff (2000) 7, Nate Priest (2000) 6, Bo Prather (2008) 6, Chris Luera (2007) 6, Kevin Scobee (2006) 6, Jeff Holz (2003) 6, Joe Pickett (2003) 6, Jarrod Tyson (2002) 5, Kenny Theerman (2006) 5, Kenny Theerman (2004) 5, Brett Rymer (2003) 5, Jarrod Tyson (2003) 5, Jeff Holz (2002) 5, Eric Peltzer (2000) EARNED RUN AVERAGE Must meet NAIA Statistical Minimums 1.94, Jarrod Tyson (2003) 2.07, Joe Pickett (2003) 2.38, Jarrod Galle (2001) 2.39, Joe Barbosa (2003) 2.41, Adam Clay (2004) 2.50, Adam Clay (2005) 2.51, Eric Peltzer (2000) 2.52, Kenny Theerman (2004) 2.64, Josh Hake (2008) 2.76, Kevin Jones (2001) 3.14, Josh Hake (2009) 3.36, Eric Peltzer (2001) 3.40, Kiki Fuentes (2007) 3.41, Matt Lackner (2009) 3.42, Nate Priest (2001) 3.67, Chris Luera (2007) 3.73, Bret Rymer (2003) 4.02, Chris Luera (2008) 4.09, Jeff Holz (2003) 4.38, Jarrod Tyson (2002) STRIKE OUTS 92, Adam Clay (2004) 84, Josh Hake (2008) 76, Adam Clay (2005) 75, Josh Hake (2009) 69, Matt Lackner (2009) 68, Jarrod Tyson (2002) 62, Chris Luera (2008) 65, Kyle Schneider (2000) 58, Eric Peltzer (2001)

55, Kevin Scobee (2005) 55, Joe Barbosa (2003) 55, Eric Peltzer (2000) 54, Nathan Priest (2000) 52, Joe Pickett (2003) 51, Tony French (2000) 50, Bo Prather (2007) 50, Kenny Theerman (2006) 49, Jeff Holz (2003) 49, Nick Huff (2000) 45, Bret Rymer (2003) COMPLETE GAMES 8, Adam Clay (2004) 7, Jarrod Tyson (2002) 6, Josh Hake (2009) 6, Adam Clay (2005) 6, Joe Pickett (2003) 6, Eric Peltzer (2001) 5, Jarrod Tyson (2003) 5, Joe Barbosa (2003) 5, Jeff Holz (2003) 5, Eric Peltzer (2000) 4, Josh Hake (2008) 4, Chris Luera (2007) 4, Jason Miller (2005) 4, Brett Rymer (2003) 3, Matt Lackner (2009) 3, Kiki Fuentes (2009) 3, Bo Prather (2007) 3, Sean Dodge (2007) 3, Kevin Scobee (2006) 3, Kevin Scobee (2005) 3, Jeff Holz (2002) SAVES 6, Joe Christiano (2009) 4, Vince Ortega (2008) 4, Richard Scott (2007) 3, Jake Russell (2006) 3, Richard Scott (2006) 3, Adam Clay (2005) 3, Adam Clay (2004) 2, Jake Russell (2008) 2, Dane Phillippe (2004) 2, Joe Barbosa (2002) 1, Jeff Hall (2009) 1, Josh Hake (2009) 1, Jeff Hall (2008) 1, John Angell (2008) 1, Brad Lewandowski (2008) 1, Kiki Fuentes (2007) 1, Michael Johnson (2005) 1, Ryne Mendez (2004) 1, Roy Rush (2004)

1, Brett Rymer (2003) 1, Joe Pickett (2003) 1, Brett Rymer (2002) 1, Tony French (2001) 1, Nick Huff (2001) 1, Jarrod Galle (2001) 1, Kyle Schneider (2001) 1, Eric Peltzer (2000) 1, Joe Vesely (2000)

SEASON FIELDING RECORDS PUT-OUTS 330, Luke Johnson (2004) 322, Mike Gomez (2006) 318, Mike Gomez (2007) 314, Steve Kent (2003) 290, Luke Johnson (2005) 270, Brandon Skelton (2008) 264, Brett Gordon (2009) 264, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) 236, Chris Evans (2008) 226, Steve Kent (2002) 222, Tony French (2001) 217, Adam Shupe (2009) 217, Vince Sola (2005) 215, John Sobbe (2006) 207, Hank Edwards (2004) 205, Hank Edwards (2002) 198, Tony French (2000) 178, Jon Sobbe (2007) 176, Brad Beale (2001) 133, Hank Edwards (2003)

ASSISTS 165, Aaron Courter (2006) 115, Dustin Laird (2007) 112, John O’Rourke (2006) 112, Aaron Courter (2005) 108, Ryan Kiedrowski (2000) 107, Aaron Courter (2004) 100, Nick Kouratou (2009) 99, Josh Park (2000) 96, Nick Kouratou (2008) 90, Dusty Hylton (2006) 87, Pete Peters (2008) 84, Michael Younghanz (2007) 82, Aaron Brown (2000) 80, Pete Peters (2009) 80, Josh Park (2001) 76, Benji Weber (2003) 76, Andy Morgan (2002) 75, Benji Weber (2002) 73, Andy Morgan (2004) 71, John O’Rourke (2005)


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AT BATS 612, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 544, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 382, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 318, John O’Rourke (2005-2006) 316, Luke Johnson (2005-2006) 315, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 314, Mike Gomez (2006-2007) 292, Jordan Henderson (2006-2008) 283, Jon Sobbe (2006-2007) 282, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) HITS 226, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 158, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 132, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 128, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 125, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 125, Tony French (2000-2001) 115, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 109, Luke Johnson (2005-2006) 108, Joe Barbosa (2002-2003) 101, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) RUNS SCORED 160, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 139, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 102, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 94, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 86, Jordan Henderson (2006-2008) 85, Ryan Kiedrowski (2002-2004) 79, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 79, Joe Barbosa (2002-2003) 77, Pete Peters (2008-2009) 71, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) HOME RUNS 23, Tony French (2000-2001) 21, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 18, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 18, Travis Blair (2000-2001) 17, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) 14, Luke Johnson (2005-2006) 11, Adam Shupe (2009) 11, Ross McCoy (2004-2007) 10, Joe Barbosa (2002-2004) 10, Alan Singletary (2002) 10, T.J. Guadagnano (2000) DOUBLES 36, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 32, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 28, Joe Barbosa (2002-2003) 27, Tony French (2000-2001) 26, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 24, Dustin Laird (2007-2009) 24, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 24, Travis Blair (2000-2001) 23, Chris Luera (2007-2008) 23, John O’Rourke (2005-2006) 23, Ben Weber (2002-2004) TRIPLES 11, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 5, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 5, Travis Blair (2000-2001) 4, Chris Luera (2007-2008)

4, Alan Singletary (2002) 3, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) 3, Dane Phillipe (2004) 3, Ben Weber (2002-2004) 3. Garrett Wagner (2002) 3, Steve Miller (2000-2001) RUNS BATTED IN 109, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 102, Tony French (2000-2001) 96, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) 96, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 95, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 88, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 85, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 77, Joe Barbosa (2002-2003) 74, John O’Rourke (2005-2006) 67, Ross McCoy (2004-2007) STOLEN BASES 46, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 43, Darian Sandford (2009-Present) 42, Andy Morgan (2002-2004) 39, Ryan Kiedrowski (2002-2004) 31, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 27, Aaron Brown (2000-2001) 26, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 26, Jordan Henderson (2006-2008) 24, Kevin Jones (2001) 21, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) BASES ON BALLS 86, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 47, R.J. Nab (2003-2004) 45, Brandon Skelton (2007-2008) 42, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 40, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 40, Ryan Kiedrowski (2002-2004) 40, Joe Barbosa (2002-2004) 38, Travis Blair (2000-2001) 34, Steve Kent (2002-2003) 33, Aaron Brown (2000-2001)

24, Jake Russell (2007-2009) INNINGS PITCHED 174.1, Bo Prather (2006-2008) 162.1, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 133.0, Josh Hake (2008-2009) 131.1, Nate Priest (2000-2001) 125.2, Eric Peltzer (2000-2001) 122.2, Jarrod Tyson (2002-2003) 122.0, Kevin Scobee (2005-2006) 112.0, Kenny Theerman (2004-2006) 110.0, Chris Luera (2007-2008) 108.2, Ryne Mendez (2004-2007) WINS 17, Josh Hake (2008-2009) 17, Bo Prather (2006-2008) 16, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 14, Nate Priest (2000-2001) 13, Chris Luera (2007-2008) 11, Jeff Holz (2002-2003) 11, Jarrod Tyson (2002-2003) 10, Kiki Fuentes (2007-2009) 10, Kenny Theerman (2004-2006) STRIKE OUTS 168, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 159, Josh Hake (2008-2009) 113, Eric Peltzer (2000-2001) 111, Bo Prather (2006-2008) 104, Jarrod Tyson (2003-2004) 102, Chris Luera (2007-2008) 99, Kevin Scobee (2005-2006) 90, Nate Priest (2000-2001) 89, Kenny Theerman (2004-2006) 86, Jeff Holz (2002-2003) COMPLETE GAMES 14, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 12, Jarrod Tyson (2002-2003) 11, Eric Peltzer (2000-2001) 10, Josh Hake (2008-2009)

8, Jeff Holz (2002-2003) 6, Chris Luera (2007-2008) 6, Jason Miller (2005-2006) 6, Kevin Scobee (2005-2006) 6, Joe Pickett (2003) 5, Bo Prather (2006-2008) SAVES 7, Richard Scott (2006-2007) 6, Joe Christiano (2009) 6, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 5, Jake Russell (2006-2009) 4, Vince Ortega (2008) 2, Jeff Hall (2008-2009) 2, Dane Phillippe (2004) 2, Joe Barbosa (2002-2003) 2, Brett Rymer (2002-2003)

CAREER FIELDING RECORDS PUT-OUTS 640, Mike Gomez (2006-2007) 620, Luke Johnson (2004-2005) 545, Hank Edwards (2002-2004) 540, Steve Kent (2002-2003) 420, Tony French (2000-2001) 393, John Sobbe (2006-2007) 348, Brett Gordon (2007-2009) 347, Brandon Skelton (2007-2008) 285, Ryan Weedin (2006-2009) 277, Vince Sola (2004-2007) PUT-OUTS 392, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 198, Dustin Laird (2007-2009) 196, Nick Kouratou (2008-2009) 183, John O’Rourke (2005-2006) 179, Josh Park (2000-2001) 176, Andy Morgan (2002-2004) 167, Pete Peters (2008-2009) 159, Dusty Hylton (2005-2006) 151, Benji Weber (2002-2003) 119, Brett Gordon (2007-2009)

HIT BY PITCH 30, Brett Gordon (2007-2009) 30, Andy Morgan (2002-2004) 23, Aaron Courter (2003-2006) 21, Dusty Hylton (2005-2006) 19, Ross McCoy (2004-2007) 17, Ben Weber (2002-2004) 17, Joe Barbosa (2002-2004) 16, Jesse Kearns (2008-2009) 15, Dustin Laird (2007-2009) 14, Tommy Bennett (2005-2006)

CAREER PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES 49, Adam Clay (2004-2005) 34, Bo Prather (2006-2008) 33, Richard Scott (2006-2007) 32, Ryne Mendez (2004-2007) 29, Brett Rymer (2002-2003) 28, Kiki Fuentes (2007-2009) 25, Kevin Scobee (2005-2006) 25, Kyle Schnieder (2000-2001) 25, Nate Priest (2000-2001) 24, Josh Hake (2008-2009)

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26 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL HISTORY

COACH Dan Backhaus Dan Backhaus Dan Backhaus Cary Lundy Cary Lundy Cary Lundy Cary Lundy Cary Lundy Cary Lundy Cary Lundy TOTAL

YEAR 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 TOT.

W 23 28 21 30 28 22 30 28 29 34 273

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent Avila Baker Bellevue * Benedictine Bethany (Kan.) Bethany (W. Va.) Central Christian Central Methodist Central Missouri Charleston Coll. of the Ozarks Culver-Stockton Dordt Evangel Friends Graceland Hannibal-LaGrange Harris-Stowe State Heidelberg Jamestown Kansas Kansas Wesleyan Lindenwood Lyon McKendree Mid-America Christian MidAmerica Nazarene Missouri Baptist Missouri S&T Missouri Valley Mount Mercy Newman Northwestern (Iowa) Oklahoma Wesleyan Ottawa Ozark Christian Paul Quinn Peru State Rockhurst Rogers State Saint Mary Sioux Falls Sterling Valley City State Wiley William Carey William Jewell William Penn William Woods York

L 27 10 19 16 25 28 22 21 18 12 198

W-L-T 2-6 16-7 12-34-1 0-3 2-0 1-0 23-5-1 5-4 0-2 0-2 16-14 0-4 2-0 5-7 1-1 11-3 4-0 3-1 1-2 3-1 0-1 1-0 2-0 0-4 0-4 4-0 3-1 4-4 0-1 1-2 3-3 9-14 5-1 23-1 20-6 1-0 5-0 24-16 0-2 0-1 13-5 8-4 2-0 2-0 3-1 0-2 2-5 1-3 1-4 14-11

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T 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2

PCT .460 .737 .512 .652 .528 .444 .575 .571 .610 .730 .579 Pct .250 .700 .260 .000 1.000 1.000 .790 .560 .000 .000 .530 .000 1.000 .420 .500 .790 1.00 .750 .330 .750 .000 1.000 1.000 .000 .000 1.000 .750 .500 .000 .330 .500 .390 .830 .960 .770 1.000 1.000 .600 .000 .000 .720 .670 1.000 1.000 .750 .000 .290 .250 .200 .560

Conf. AMC - - MCAC MCAC MCAC MCAC MCAC MCAC MCAC TOT.

W 9 - - 18 16 12 11 15 15 15 111

Last Game 03/19/02 03/20/07 05/06/09 04/13/03 05/08/08 03/16/01 03/24/09 03/12/08 02/21/03 03/15/01 04/04/09 03/20/04 03/17/05 02/23/07 05/08/08 04/27/08 04/07/09 04/29/00 03/16/01 03/15/02 05/02/01 05/09/08 04/21/01 03/09/05 04/09/00 03/15/06 02/26/04 03/10/01 03/14/01 03/24/02 02/24/02 04/06/07 03/15/03 04/17/09 04/25/09 03/24/08 02/15/09 05/05/09 03/16/05 03/14/07 03/17/09 03/07/09 02/27/09 03/11/02 02/16/09 03/10/05 04/09/08 03/15/09 05/04/00 05/05/09

L 11 - - 6 12 14 12 9 9 5 78

T 0 - - 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1

PCT .450 .750 .571 .462 .479 .625 .625 .750 .587 Result L, 3-7 L, 5-8 L, 4-10 L, 3-15 W, 9-4 W, 3-0 W, 14-4 L, 3-7 L, 0-9 L, 5-11 L, 1-14 L, 5-8 W, 7-6 W, 17-7 W, 8-3 W, 5-0 W, 12-5 L, 3-6 W, 3-2 W, 5-4 L, 2-8 W, 7-2 W, 14-7 L, 0-10 L, 6-11 W, 11-1 W, 16-0 W, 8-6 L, 6-7 L, 3-4 W, 9-7 L, 4-5 W, 6-4 W, 10-3 W, 6-1 W, 6-1 W, 13-6 W, 17-4 L, 0-7 L, 5-12 L, 4-5 W, 10-3 W, 7-1 W, 3-1 W, 3-2 L, 4-14 L, 3-7 W, 5-1 L, 3-9 W, 5-4

2000 • Dan Backhaus (23-27, 9-11 AMC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 20 at Peru State L, 6-10 Feb. 20 at Peru State L, 7-12 Feb. 27 Benedictine L, 9-12 Feb. 27 Benedictine L, 1-3 Mar. 1 at Ottawa W, 10-0 Mar. 1 at Ottawa W, 10-9 Mar. 4 Mount Mercy L, 4-7 Mar. 4 Mount Mercy L, 5-22 Mar. 5 Mount Mercy W, 6-5 Mar. 5 Mount Mercy L, 12-14 Mar. 7 Avila W, 6-5 Mar. 7 Avila L, 7-9 Mar. 10 Saint Mary W, 9-2 Mar. 10 Saint Mary W, 5-3 Mar. 11 at Graceland W, 5-3 Mar. 11 at Graceland W, 6-1 Mar. 21 Ottawa W, 2-1 Mar. 21 Ottawa W, 5-1 Mar. 25 vs. Jamestown W, 4-3 Mar. 25 at Baker W, 5-0 Mar. 26 vs. Jamestown L, 5-6 Mar. 26 at Baker W, 17-5 Mar. 30 at MidAmerica Nazarene L, 10-11 Mar. 31 Hannibal-LaGrange * W, 12-7 Mar. 31 Hannibal-LaGrange * W, 7-4 Apr. 1 Hannibal-LaGrange * W, 3-2 Apr. 1 Hannibal-LaGrange * W, 11-6 Apr. 5 at Avila L, 3-7 Apr. 5 at Avila L, 1-5 Apr. 8 at McKendree * L, 0-13 Apr. 8 at McKendree * L, 6-8 Apr. 9 at McKendree * L, 4-8 Apr. 9 at McKendree * L, 6-11 Apr. 13 at William Jewell W, 14-6 Apr. 14 Missouri Baptist * W, 5-0 Apr. 14 Missouri Baptist * L, 3-22 Apr. 15 Missouri Baptist * L, 4-14 Apr. 15 Missouri Baptist * L, 2-6 Apr. 21 at William Woods * L, 1-2 Apr. 21 at William Woods * L, 2-3 Apr. 22 at William Woods * L, 5-8 Apr. 22 at William Woods * W, 8-4 Apr. 26 at Saint Mary W, 17-6 Apr. 26 at Saint Mary L, 5-7 Apr. 28 at Harris-Stowe State * W, 5-2 Apr. 28 at Harris-Stowe State * W, 14-8 Apr. 29 at Harris-Stowe State * W, 11-7 Apr. 29 at Harris-Stowe State * L, 3-6 May 3 vs. Missouri Baptist # L, 4-11 May 4 vs. William Woods # L, 3-9 * American Midwest Conference Game # AMC Tournament (Lebanon, Ill.)


2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL • 27 2001 • Dan Backhaus (27-11) Date Opponent Result Mar. 6 Ottawa W, 5-4 Mar. 6 Ottawa W, 2-0 Mar. 9 Missouri Baptist W, 7-3 Mar. 9 Missouri Baptist W, 5-2 Mar. 10 Missouri Baptist W, 8-6 Mar. 13 vs. Heidelberg # L, 8-12 Mar. 13 vs. Heidelberg # L, 2-3 Mar. 14 vs. Charleston # L, 3-7 Mar. 14 vs. Missouri S&T # L, 6-7 Mar. 15 vs. Charleston # L, 5-11 Mar. 16 vs. Bethany (W. Va.) # W, 3-0 Mar. 16 vs. Heidelberg # W, 3-2 Mar. 25 at Saint Mary W, 11-5 Mar. 25 at Saint Mary W, 19-5 Mar. 30 at Baker W, 7-1 Mar. 30 at Baker W, 16-2 Apr. 1 Newman W, 10-9 Apr. 1 Newman L, 11-15 Apr. 7 Bellevue L, 2-5 ^ Apr. 7 Bellevue L, 3-5 ^ Apr. 8 at Rockhurst L, 15-16 Apr. 12 at Avila L, 8-18 Apr. 12 at Avila W, 12-2 Apr. 13 Missouri Valley L, 9-11 Apr. 13 Missouri Valley W, 12-0 Apr. 17 at Peru State W, 7-1 Apr. 17 at Peru State L, 4-5 Apr. 21 Lindenwood W, 9-0 Apr. 21 Lindenwood W, 14-7 Apr. 22 Graceland W, 10-9 (8) Apr. 22 Graceland W, 12-1 Apr. 24 Peru State W, 5-2 Apr. 24 Peru State W, 5-3 Apr. 27 Baker W, 10-5 Apr. 27 Baker W, 9-6 Apr. 29 Saint Mary W, 15-7 Apr. 29 Saint Mary W, 14-4 May 2 at Kansas L, 2-8 # Played at Panama City, Fla. ^ Bellevue was forced to forfeit all wins in the 2001 season due to roster eligibility. Park received two forfeit victories at the conclusion of the season for losses on April 7. The games are listed as losses, but are reflected as wins in the won-lost total.

2002 • Dan Backhaus (21-19-1) Date Opponent Feb. 24 Mount Mercy Feb. 24 Mount Mercy Mar. 5 at Graceland Mar. 5 at Graceland Mar. 6 at Baker Mar. 6 at Baker Mar. 11 Valley City State Mar. 11 Valley City State Mar. 12 Coll. of the Ozarks Mar. 12 Coll. of the Ozarks Mar. 15 Jamestown Mar. 15 Jamestown Mar. 17 Graceland Mar. 17 Graceland Mar. 19 at Avila Mar. 19 at Avila Mar. 22 at Bellevue Mar. 22 at Bellevue Mar. 23 Newman Mar. 23 Newman Mar. 24 at Missouri Valley Mar. 24 vs. Central Methodist # Mar. 28 at York Mar. 28 at York Mar. 30 Baker Mar. 30 Baker Apr. 4 at Newman Apr. 4 at Newman Apr. 5 Bellevue Apr. 5 Bellevue Apr. 6 at Peru State Apr. 6 at Peru State Apr. 10 William Jewell Apr. 10 William Jewell Apr. 16 MidAmerica Nazarene Apr. 24 Peru State Apr. 24 Peru State # Played at Marshall, Mo.

Result W, 14-4 W, 9-7 L, 7-17 W, 6-4 L, 6-7 W, 8-6 W, 13-3 W, 3-1 W, 8-3 W, 4-3 W, 3-0 W, 5-4 L, 9-14 W, 12-6 L, 3-4 L, 3-7 L, 6-12 L, 3-13 W, 8-7 W, 11-1 L, 3-4 W, 8-2 L, 12-13 L, 4-9 W, 10-0 W, 3-0 L, 5-6 L, 4-9 L, 1-4 T, 5-5 (13) L, 9-12 L, 8-18 W, 10-9 L, 14-9 W, 16-6 L, 2-7 L, 7-8

2003 • Cary Lundy (30-16, 18-6 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 18 at Ottawa L, 3-9 Feb. 18 at Ottawa L, 2-7 Feb. 21 Central Missouri L, 6-7 Feb. 21 Central Missouri L, 0-9 Feb. 22 Northwestern (Iowa) W, 7-0 Feb. 22 Northwestern (Iowa) W, 13-3 Mar. 11 at Evangel W, 4-1 Mar. 11 at Evangel W, 5-2 Mar. 12 at Evangel W, 5-4 Mar. 12 at Evangel W, 7-1 Mar. 15 Northwestern (Iowa) W, 5-4 Mar. 15 Northwestern (Iowa) W, 6-4 Mar. 16 Culver-Stockton L, 6-8 Mar. 16 Culver-Stockton L, 7-8 Mar. 18 Saint Mary L, 2-3 Mar. 18 Saint Mary W, 5-0 Mar. 23 at Baker W, 13-3 Mar. 23 at Baker W, 12-0 Mar. 29 at Bellevue * L, 6-7 Mar. 29 at Bellevue * L, 5-6 Mar. 30 at Bellevue * L, 3-4 Mar. 30 at Bellevue * W, 3-1 Apr. 1 Peru State * W, 5-3 Apr. 1 Peru State * W, 9-7 Apr. 4 York * W, 12-11 Apr. 4 York * W, 6-5 Apr. 8 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 7-6 (12) Apr. 8 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 5-0 Apr. 11 at Central Christian * W, 9-1 Apr. 11 at Central Christian * W, 4-0 Apr. 12 at Central Christian * W, 10-4 Apr. 12 at Central Christian * L, 7-10 Apr. 13 Benedictine L, 3-15 Apr. 15 at Peru State * W, 12-1 Apr. 15 at Peru State * W, 12-6 Apr. 18 at Newman * W, 11-0 Apr. 18 at Newman * L, 9-20 Apr. 22 Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 6-7 Apr. 22 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 11-4 Apr. 25 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 3-1 Apr. 25 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 4-1 Apr. 26 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 5-1 Apr. 26 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 6-5 May 1 vs. Newman # W, 15-2 May 2 at Bellevue # L, 3-4 May 2 vs. Newman # L, 5-8 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game # MCAC Tournament (at Omaha, Neb.)

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28 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL

2004 • Cary Lundy (28-25, 16-12 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 16 at Evangel L, 6-9 Feb. 16 at Evangel L, 1-2 Feb. 21 at Ottawa W, 4-3 Feb. 21 at Ottawa L, 5-6 Feb. 26 at MidAmerica Nazarene W, 5-4 Feb. 26 at MidAmerica Nazarene W, 16-0 Feb. 28 Saint Mary L, 4-7 Feb. 28 Saint Mary L, 8-15 Mar. 2 Baker W, 5-3 Mar. 2 Baker W, 11-1 Mar. 6 Graceland W, 15-2 Mar. 6 Graceland W, 11-0 Mar. 9 Northwestern (Iowa) L, 6-7 Mar. 9 Northwestern (Iowa) W, 14-4 Mar. 13 Ottawa W, 3-1 Mar. 13 Ottawa W, 4-3 Mar. 14 at Baker W, 13-7 Mar. 14 at Baker L, 9-12 Mar. 20 Culver-Stockton L, 2-5 Mar. 20 Culver-Stockton L, 5-8 Mar. 23 at William Jewell L, 6-11 Mar. 23 at William Jewell L, 4-5 Mar. 26 Bellevue * W, 4-2 Mar. 26 Bellevue * W, 5-0 Mar. 27 Bellevue * L, 3-21 Mar. 30 at Peru State * L, 0-11 Mar. 30 at Peru State * L, 2-3 Apr. 2 at York * W, 4-3 Apr. 2 at York * L, 5-7 Apr. 3 at York * W, 9-4 Apr. 3 at York * W, 14-7 Apr. 6 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 2-5 Apr. 6 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 0-7 Apr. 13 Peru State * L, 4-12 Apr. 13 Peru State * W, 10-2 Apr. 16 Central Christian * W, 17-6 Apr. 16 Central Christian * W, 5-3 Apr. 17 Central Christian * W, 10-0 Apr. 17 Central Christian * W, 10-5 Apr. 24 at Newman * L, 2-10 Apr. 24 at Newman * W, 4-3 Apr. 25 at Newman * L, 4-7 Apr. 25 at Newman * L, 6-7 Apr. 27 Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 1-2 (9) Apr. 27 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 3-2 Apr. 28 at Bellevue * L, 8-13 Apr. 30 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 8-4 May 1 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 7-3 May 1 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 11-1 May 1 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 7-3 May 6 at Bellevue # L, 1-11 May 6 vs. Peru State # W, 7-6 (9) May 7 vs. Newman # L, 2-3 (10) * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game # MCAC Tournament (at Omaha, Neb.)

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2005 • Cary Lundy (22-28, 12-14 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 14 at Evangel L, 4-9 Feb. 14 at Evangel L, 3-7 Feb. 20 Saint Mary L, 1-5 Feb. 20 Saint Mary W, 2-1 Feb. 26 Ottawa W, 5-4 Feb. 26 Ottawa L, 3-5 Feb. 27 Baker W, 13-12 Feb. 27 Baker L, 0-4 Mar. 4 at Graceland W, 17-12 Mar. 4 at Graceland L, 4-5 Mar. 8 vs. Lyon # L, 3-7 Mar. 8 vs. Lyon # L, 2-15 Mar. 9 vs. Lyon # L, 4-5 Mar. 9 vs. Lyon # L, 0-10 Mar. 10 at William Carey L, 6-7 Mar. 10 at William Carey L, 4-14 Mar. 16 at Rockhurst L, 0-7 Mar. 17 Dordt W, 12-2 Mar. 17 Dordt W, 7-6 Mar. 21 Central Methodist W, 4-1 Mar. 26 at Baker W, 6-4 Mar. 26 at Baker L, 1-2 Mar. 28 Sioux Falls W, 3-2 Mar. 28 Sioux Falls W, 14-0 Apr. 1 at Bellevue * L, 2-10 Apr. 1 at Bellevue * L, 1-5 Apr. 2 at Bellevue * L, 1-5 Apr. 2 at Bellevue * W, 5-4 Apr. 5 Peru State * W, 9-4 Apr. 5 Peru State * W, 8-3 Apr. 8 York * W, 11-1 Apr. 8 York * L, 1-2 Apr. 9 York * L, 3-9 Apr. 9 York * W, 2-1 Apr. 15 at Central Christian * L, 6-12 Apr. 15 at Central Christian * L, 3-5 Apr. 16 at Central Christian * L, 7-8 Apr. 16 at Central Christian * W, 15-0 Apr. 19 at Peru State * W, 14-7 Apr. 19 at Peru State * L, 3-4 Apr. 22 Newman * L, 2-5 Apr. 22 Newman * W, 10-0 Apr. 23 Newman * L, 4-7 (11) Apr. 23 Newman * L, 3-5 Apr. 26 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 9-10 Apr. 26 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 0-10 Apr. 29 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 8-5 Apr. 29 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 5-4 Apr. 30 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 8-2 Apr. 30 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 10-0 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game # Played at Hattiesburg, Miss.

2006 • Cary Lundy (30-22-1, 11-12-1 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 24 at Evangel L, 8-12 Feb. 24 at Evangel L, 3-4 Feb. 26 at Baker W, 4-3 Feb. 26 at Baker L, 1-3 Feb. 28 Ottawa L, 10-12 Feb. 28 Ottawa L, 3-7 Mar. 3 Saint Mary W, 8-1 Mar. 3 Saint Mary W, 8-1 Mar. 5 Baker W, 5-3 Mar. 5 Baker L, 3-5 Mar. 10 vs. Ottawa ! W, 9-3 Mar. 10 at Friends W, 1-0 Mar. 12 at Central Methodist W, 11-10 Mar. 12 at Central Methodist W, 4-3 Mar. 14 Mid-America Christian W, 3-0 Mar. 14 Mid-America Christian W, 12-5 Mar. 15 Mid-America Christian W, 10-5 Mar. 15 Mid-America Christian W, 11-1 Mar. 24 Bellevue * L, 3-9 Mar. 24 Bellevue * W, 7-5 Mar. 25 Bellevue * L, 1-8 Mar. 25 Bellevue * W, 5-4 Mar. 26 at Graceland W, 6-3 Mar. 26 at Graceland W, 12-7 Mar. 28 at Peru State * W, 5-4 Mar. 28 at Peru State * L, 1-4 Mar. 31 at York * L, 1-4 Mar. 31 at York * W, 8-5 Apr. 1 at York * L, 3-9 Apr. 1 at York * L, 4-5 Apr. 4 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 3-7 Apr. 4 at Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 5-2 Apr. 7 Central Christian * L, 1-4 Apr. 7 Central Christian * W, 6-3 Apr. 8 Central Christian * W, 8-6 Apr. 8 Central Christian * T, 4-4 (15) Apr. 11 Peru State * W, 7-4 Apr. 11 Peru State * W, 8-7 Apr. 18 Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 0-5 Apr. 18 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 4-2 Apr. 21 at Newman * L, 5-6 Apr. 21 at Newman * L, 1-8 Apr. 22 at Newman * L, 6-7 Apr. 22 at Newman * W, 12-9 May 4 at Bellevue # L, 10-11 May 5 vs. Central Christian # W, 11-6 May 6 vs. Coll. of the Ozarks # W, 5-4 May 6 vs. Newman # L, 6-8 May 10 vs. Newman % W, 4-0 May 11 vs. Ottawa % W, 13-1 May 12 vs. Bellevue % L, 1-14 May 12 vs. Bethany (Kan.) % W, 6-5 May 13 vs. Bellevue % L, 0-8 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conf. Game; ! at Wichita, Kan.; # MCAC Tourn. (at Omaha, Neb.); % NAIA Region IV Tourn. (at Hutchinson, Kan.)


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2007 • Cary Lundy (28-21, 15-9 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 23 at Evangel L, 5-10 Feb. 23 at Evangel W, 17-7 Mar. 4 Central Methodist W, 5-1 Mar. 4 Central Methodist L, 1-2 Mar. 6 at Ottawa W, 3-0 Mar. 6 at Ottawa W, 10-5 Mar. 9 Graceland W, 8-4 Mar. 9 Graceland W, 7-1 Mar. 10 Ottawa W, 2-1 Mar. 10 Ottawa W, 14-4 Mar. 12 at Wiley L, 2-7 Mar. 12 at Wiley W, 9-0 Mar. 13 at Paul Quinn W, 11-10 Mar. 14 at Rogers State L, 5-12 Mar. 16 Sioux Falls W, 3-2 Mar. 16 Sioux Falls L, 1-4 Mar. 17 Sioux Falls L, 12-14 Mar. 17 Sioux Falls L, 4-6 Mar. 20 Baker L, 5-8 Mar. 25 York * W, 3-1 Mar. 25 York * W, 3-1 Mar. 27 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 0-10 Mar. 27 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 4-7 Apr. 3 Peru State * W, 7-5 Apr. 3 Peru State * L, 1-3 Apr. 4 at William Jewell L, 0-7 Apr. 6 Newman L, 4-5 Apr. 14 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 3-2 Apr. 14 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 10-4 Apr. 17 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 9-4 Apr. 17 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 5-3 Apr. 20 at Bellevue * L, 7-11 Apr. 20 at Bellevue * W, 4-1 Apr. 21 at Bellevue * L, 0-10 Apr. 21 at Bellevue * L, 3-4 Apr. 22 at York * L, 9-10 Apr. 22 at York * L, 3-11 Apr. 26 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * L, 2-3 Apr. 26 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 9-1 Apr. 27 at Central Christian * W, 10-8 Apr. 27 at Central Christian * W, 10-6 Apr. 28 at Central Christian * W, 13-3 Apr. 28 at Central Christian * W, 9-2 Apr. 29 at Peru State * W, 20-14 Apr. 29 at Peru State * W, 10-0 May 2 vs. Coll. of the Ozarks # W, 4-3 May 3 vs. York # W, 10-6 May 8 vs. Friends % L, 2-3 May 9 at Bellevue % L, 3-7 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game # MCAC Tournament (Omaha, Neb.) % NAIA Region IV Tournament (at Omaha, Neb.)

2008 • Cary Lundy (29-18, 15-9 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Mar. 1 Sioux Falls ! W, 12-2 Mar. 1 Sioux Falls ! W, 12-7 Mar. 2 Sioux Falls ! W, 12-2 Mar. 2 Sioux Falls ! L, 6-15 Mar. 10 at Central Methodist W, 11-1 Mar. 10 at Central Methodist L, 6-7 Mar. 12 Central Methodist L, 11-12 Mar. 12 Central Methodist L, 3-7 Mar. 14 York * L, 6-8 Mar. 14 York * W, 7-0 Mar. 16 York * W, 5-4 Mar. 16 York * W, 10-2 Mar. 21 Central Christian * W, 13-3 Mar. 21 Central Christian * W, 7-0 Mar. 22 Central Christian * W, 3-2 Mar. 22 Central Christian * W, 10-0 Mar. 24 Ozark Christian W, 6-1 Mar. 28 at Peru State * W, 7-1 (8) Mar. 28 at Peru State * W, 14-1 Mar. 29 at Peru State * W, 10-4 Mar. 29 at Peru State * L, 5-8 Apr. 1 Saint Mary W, 3-2 Apr. 1 Saint Mary W, 4-3 (9) Apr. 5 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 2-8 Apr. 5 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 7-8 (9) Apr. 6 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 2-11 Apr. 6 at Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 7-8 (8) Apr. 9 William Jewell L, 3-7 Apr. 14 Bellevue * L, 8-10 Apr. 14 Bellevue * W, 4-1 Apr. 15 Bellevue * L, 11-12 Apr. 15 Bellevue * L, 4-7 Apr. 18 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 10-0 Apr. 18 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 3-2 Apr. 19 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 11-6 Apr. 19 at Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 13-0 Apr. 27 Graceland W, 6-3 Apr. 27 Graceland W, 5-0 May 1 vs. Coll. of the Ozarks # W, 6-0 May 2 at Bellevue # W, 12-10 May 3 at Bellevue # L, 1-14 May 3 at Bellevue # L, 1-13 May 8 vs. Friends % W, 8-3 May 9 vs. Kansas Wesleyan % W, 7-2 May 9 vs. Bethany (Kan.) % W, 9-4 May 10 vs. Bellevue % L, 7-16 May 10 vs. Bellevue % L, 4-9 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game ! Played at Ottawa, Kan. # MCAC Tournament (at Omaha, Neb.) % NAIA Region IV Tourn. (at Hutchinson, Kan.)

2009 • Cary Lundy (34-12, 15-5 MCAC) Date Opponent Result Feb. 14 at Paul Quinn W, 17-4 Feb. 14 at Paul Quinn W, 14-4 Feb. 15 at Paul Quinn W, 17-4 Feb. 15 at Paul Quinn W, 13-6 Feb. 16 at Wiley W, 7-4 Feb. 16 at Wiley W, 3-2 Feb. 27 at Sterling W, 6-1 Feb. 27 at Sterling W, 7-1 Mar. 4 at Ottawa W, 7-4 Mar. 4 at Ottawa W, 16-3 Mar. 7 Sioux Falls W, 3-2 Mar. 7 Sioux Falls W, 10-3 Mar. 14 William Penn L, 3-7 Mar. 14 William Penn L, 4-6 Mar. 15 William Penn L, 2-5 Mar. 15 William Penn W, 5-1 Mar. 17 at Saint Mary L, 5-6 Mar. 17 at Saint Mary L, 4-5 Mar. 20 at Central Christian * W, 14-0 Mar. 20 at Central Christian * W, 7-4 Mar. 24 at Central Christian * W, 17-2 Mar. 24 at Central Christian * W, 14-4 Mar. 29 at Peru State * L, 6-13 Mar. 29 at Peru State * W, 9-4 Apr. 3 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 7-4 Apr. 3 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 8-3 Apr. 4 Coll. of the Ozarks * W, 13-5 Apr. 4 Coll. of the Ozarks * L, 1-14 Apr. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange W, 10-9 Apr. 7 Hannibal-LaGrange W, 12-5 Apr. 10 at Bellevue * W, 4-1 Apr. 10 at Bellevue * L, 7-8 (8) Apr. 11 at Bellevue * L, 5-6 Apr. 11 at Bellevue * L, 3-7 Apr. 16 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 12-4 Apr. 16 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 10-1 Apr. 17 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 7-4 Apr. 17 Oklahoma Wesleyan * W, 10-3 Apr. 21 Peru State * W, 11-5 Apr. 21 Peru State * W, 12-2 Apr. 25 Ottawa W, 11-0 Apr. 25 Ottawa W, 6-1 May 4 vs. Peru State # L, 3-6 May 5 vs. York # W, 5-4 May 5 vs. Peru State # W, 17-4 May 6 at Bellevue # L, 4-10 * Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference Game # MCAC Tournament (Omaha, Neb.)

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Park University’s MacKay Hall is the focal point of the Parkville campus. It has also been the subject of countless drawings and paintings, many of which are exhibited in University offices and galleries. The main tower has appeared on the official school seal and flag for many years, making MacKay the best-known Park symbol in the school’s history. Its image has appeared, among other places, on China plates, paperweights, license plate frames, the alumni association logo and university stationery.

Founded

Park University was founded in 1875 as an independent, liberal arts, four-year coeducational, residential Christian institution.

Present

Park has developed into a comprehensive, independent, institution, accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The University is a national leader in higher education and is a growing entrepreneurial institution with 43 campus centers in 21 states, including our extensive Online program. Park continues to increase access to higher education by offering the quality undergraduate and graduate degrees students desire at locations, times and delivery formats that best serve their needs.

Location

The flagship campus of Park University is located on a historic site in Parkville, Mo., situated on a bluff above the scenic Missouri River. The Parkville Campus is 10 minutes from downtown Kansas City, 15 minutes from Kansas City International Airport, and is part of the KCI Business Corridor. The School for Extended Learning has established campus centers on military installations across the United States and Online. The School for Extended Learning has served the non-traditional, working adult student since 1972 by offering undergraduate programs in an accelerated format. Our Graduate School is located at our Downtown Kansas City, Mo., Campus Center. Park also serves the Kansas City metropolitan area with campuses in Independence and Lexington, Mo. In addition to our military campus centers, Park also has a campus in

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Austin, Texas.

STUDENTS

Park has developed considerable diversity among its student population, including more than 700 international students from 105 countries. Nearly 42 percent of Park’s students are represented by racial, ethnic and cultural groups typically underrepresented in colleges and universities. The University has repeatedly been recognized as one of the top 100 American colleges/universities in the nation graduating African American, Hispanic and American-Indian students. In addition, approximately 60 percent of Park University students are active duty military,

active duty dependents, retired military or members of the Department of Defense.

PARKVILLE CAMPUS • Founded: 1875

• Location: Parkville, Mo., A historic town on the Missouri River, 10 minutes from downtown Kansas City, Mo., and 15 minutes from Kansas City International Airport. • Tuition: Our fiscal initiatives provide varying revenue streams which allow Park to maintain our tuition at approximately the same level as students


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The Copley Quad is Park University’s newest campus addition, housing 250 students in four-person suites, which include approximately 840 square feet of furnished living space. Each unit is comprised of two bedrooms, two full bathrooms and a shared living area with an efficiency kitchen. The building boasts 2,500 square feet of common area space, and the new housing will also provide a greater level of access to the rest of the campus and meets all Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements, including an elevator and fully accessible rooms. attending state universities in Missouri (our tuition benchmark). • First-time Freshmen: ACT is 22 with an average GPA of 3.385. • Student/Faculty Ratio: Undergraduate 15:1; Graduate 9:1. • Diverse Population: Students represent all 50 states and the District of Columbia, as well as 105 foreign countries. • Athletics: Park University is a member of the NAIA: Men’s and Women’s Basketball, Track and Field, Cross-Country, Soccer, Men’s & Women’s Volleyball, Women’s Softball, and Men’s Baseball. • Financial Aid: More than 85 percent of undergraduate students who qualify receive some form of financial aid. These include loans, grants, and work-study positions. • Accreditation: Commission on the Institutions of Higher Education of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. • Special Programs and Facilities: Parkville Commercial Underground; Mabee Learning Center (academic underground, including the McAfee Memorial Library); limitless internship opportunities; Academic Support Center for tutoring, testing, and writing labs; Career Development Center, Breckon Sports Center, state-of-the-art fitness facility; International Center for Music and the Youth Conservatory of Music; Campanella Art Gallery; David Theatre.

Accreditation

Park University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The State of Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has officially approved the academic standards of Park University for teacher education. The Department of Nursing is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and approved by the Missouri State Board of Nursing. The Department of Athletic Training is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education. The Department of Social Work is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education.

Vision statement

Park University will be a renowned international leader in providing innovative educational opportunities for learners within the global society.

MISSION statement

The mission of Park University, an entrepreneurial institution of learning, is to provide access to academic excellence which will prepare learners to think critically, communicate effectively and engage in lifelong learning while serving a global community.

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Kansas City’s downtown skyline one of the metropolitan area’s most recognizable views, as seen from across the Missouri River. The downtown area, which has undergone a drastic face lift in the last two years, is about 10 miles from Park University’s Parkville campus (above). Home to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, the College Basketball Experience, Municipal Auditorium and the Power & Light District, downtown Kansas City is re-establishing itself as one of the area’s best entertainment districts.

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ark University calls Parkville, Mo., and the Greater Kansas City Area home, offering students the features of both small-town life and the flashing lights of the big

city. With a population of just more than 4,000, Parkville allows students the small-town lifestyle and tightly knit community often times associated with small college athletics and the NAIA. Originally a trading post on the Missouri River, Parkville grew as Kansas City boomed in the late 1800s, which included the founding of Park University. Both the University and the city get their names from Col. George S. Park, who played a key role in the early development of the area. Today, Parkville’s historic downtown district coupled with new shopping areas to the north and east of Park University’s Parkville Campus gives Park students two great entertainment opportunities within the area. Parkville sits within the Northland of the Greater Kansas City Metropolitan Area, which encompasses 15 counties, nine of which are in Missouri and six across the state line in Kansas. The Northland is locally referred to as “north of the river”. Contained wholly within Missouri, it encompasses portions of Clay County including the northern half of Kansas City, Mo., and the cities of Parkville, Liberty,

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North Kansas City and Gladstone. As a whole, the Kansas City Metropolitan Area is situated at the confluence of the Kansas and Missouri Rivers, often referred to as Kaw Point, straddling the state border between Missouri and Kansas. The Kansas City Metropolitan Statistical Area, anchored by Kansas City,


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At nearly 80,000 seats and the third-largest facility in the National Football League, Arrowhead Stadium is known as one of the NFL’s loudest when the Chiefs play on Sundays in the fall. Arrowhead is part of the two-stadium Truman Sports Complex, which also houses the newly renovated Kauffman Stadium, home of Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals. At nearly 40,000 seats, “the K” opened in 1973 and was home to the Royals in 1985 when the club brought home its first-ever World Series title in seven games over the St. Louis Cardinals. Mo., is the 27th largest in the United States, with an estimated population just shy of 2 million. A tradition-rich city known for its barbecue and storied sports history, Kansas City is currently home to Major League Baseball’s Kansas City Royals, the Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL, Major League Soccer’s Kansas City Wizards, and the Kansas Speedway, which is host to several NASCAR events throughout the year including one Nextel Cup Series event in the fall. The Wizards currently play next door to Kansas Speedway at Community America Ballpark, which is also home to KC’s minor league baseball franchise, the Kansas City T-Bones. The Wizards are scheduled to open a new stadium in 2011 where Bannister Mall once stood on the city’s east side. Kansas City is also home to the Kansas City Explorers of World Team Tennis, and the city will add two more minor league franchises during Park University’s 2009-10 school year when the Missouri Mavericks of the CHL begin play in Independence, along with an American Basketball Association franchise that will work to begin play in the ABA’s 2009 season. Kansas City is also home to the Sprint Center and Kansas City Power & Light District, which opened in 2007 and has quickly turned into one of the region’s top entertainment districts. The Sprint Center also houses the College Basketball Experience, which includes the College Basketball Hall of Fame. Blocks from the Power & Light District and the Sprint Center sits Municipal Auditorium, home to the Buffalo Funds-NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament. Additionally, the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics moved its offices downtown in the summer of 2007 after more than five years in nearby Olathe, Kan., blocks from both the Sprint Center and Municipal Au-

ditorium. In the 2006-07 season, Park advanced to the tournament’s sweet 16, marking the deepest run in more than a decade by a Kansas City-area team. Kansas City is also known for its historic shopping districts, including Westport and the Country Club Plaza, which is one of the world’s largest outdoor shopping areas designed for motor-vehicles. Commonly referred to as “The Plaza”, the Country Club Plaza is home to one of the nation’s largest holiday light displays between the Thanksgiving Holiday and mid-January. In the Northland, Zona Rosa has become a popular shopping district, while Town Center and The Legends at Village West in Kansas keep shoppers occupied in the Sunflower State.

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MICHAEL H. DROGE, PhD.

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University President 1st Year (8th Year at Park)

ichael Droge, Ph.D., was appointed president by the Park University Board of Trustees in 2009. He arrived at Park in September 2002 to serve as the Provost and Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs. His role in that position gave him charge of all academic areas of the University, including acting as the liaison between the academic and non-academic components. A nationally respected participant in higher education, Droge has a distinguished academic career of teaching, research and serving as principle investigator on federally funded programs such as the Multiethnic Biomedical Research Support Program from the National Institutes for Health, the Bridges to the Future Program from the NIH and the McNair Scholars Program from the Department of Education. He has also served as a member of the Neuroscience and Physiology Panel for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Washington, D.C., and an ad hoc reviewer for the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, the National Science Foundation, and a journal reviewer for Brain Research and J. Neuroscience. His academic awards include the Beall Memorial Award for Outstanding Dissertation from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, the Mary Mason Lyon Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Teaching and Service, and the President’s Award for Distinguished Service from Texas Woman’s University. Droge received his Bachelor of Arts degree in biology and German from the Uni-

versity of Kansas and he began graduate studies in Germany at the University of Bonn as a Fulbright Scholar. Upon receiving his Master of Science degree from Texas Tech University, Droge went on to earn a Ph.D. in physiology and biophysics from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. He came to Park University with 19 years of experience in higher education as a faculty member and administrator, most recently as a professor of biology and dean of graduate studies and research.

2009-10 Park University Executive Staff (L to R) - Clarinda H. Creighton, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Services; Paul H. Gault, Special Assistant for Administration, and Assistant Secretary/Assistant Treasurer to the Board of Trustees; Roger Hershey, Vice President and General Counsel, and Assistant Secretary to the Board of Trustees; Laurie D. McCormack, Vice President for University Advancement; Thomas W. Peterman, Ph.D., Vice President for Distance Learning; Dorla Watkins, Vice President for Finance and Administration; Rita Weighill, Vice President for Communication; Thimios Zaharopoulos, Ph.D., Interim Provost.

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CLAUDE W. ENGLISH

Director of Athletics 14th Year (18th Year at Park)

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laude English enters his 14th year as Park University’s Director of Athletics, serving in the role since January of 1996. English coached men’s basketball for 13 standout seasons before retiring from coaching at the conclusion of the 2004-05 season, beginning his affiliation with Park athletics in the 1992-93 men’s basketball campaign. During English’s guidance as athletic director, Park University athletics has undergone drastic improvements. Women’s golf and men’s baseball have been added as intercollegiate sports since his appointment to A.D. In addition, English has overseen numerous facility improvements, such as Park soccer’s 1,500-seat Julian Field and the construction of the Breckon Sports Center. Under English’s watch as A.D., 144 students have earned All-America Scholar-Athlete honors, while 76 individuals were named athletic All-Americans. Additionally, Park has also won 45 conference championships under English’s watch as A.D., and Pirate athletic programs have advanced to at least one NAIA national event in each of his previous 13 years leading the department. The winningest coach in Park men’s basketball history with a record of 182-207, English’s coaching tenure was highlighted by the Pirates’ run to the NAIA final four in 1997-98, which ended with a school-record mark of 27-8. English was honored at the national tournament with the Charles A. Krigel Award for outstanding sportsmanship, while his team was awarded the Dr. James Naismith-Emil S. Liston Sportsmanship Award for the team recognized as most sportsmanlike at the tourney. After playing basketball for Christian College in Dallas, Texas, and the University of Rhode Island, English was selected in the NBA draft by the Portland

Trail Blazers where he played the 1970-71 season. English also played in the Eastern Basketball Association for the Hartford Capitals, the affiliate team for the Philadelphia 76ers. In 1973-74, English won the Eastern Basketball Association Championship with the Capitals. He was a three-year captain at Hartford. He joined the coaching staff at the University of Rhode Island in 1972 where he remained for 12 years, including four seasons as the head coach from 1981-84. English was named Coach of the Year in the Atlantic 10 Conference in 1981. Overall, he owns a 227-277 career record in 17 seasons as a head coach.

PAT FAYARD

Office Manager, 7th Year (25th at Park)

Pat Fayard is in her 25th year at Park University, entering her seventh as the office manager for the department of athletics. Fayard is responsible for coordinating team travel and overall budgetary items for the department, as well as serving as an administrative assistant for director of athletics, Claude English. She also coordinates many of Park’s gameday operations, including concession-stand management and student work-study employees. Fayard and her husband, Dennis, reside in Parkville, Mo.

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STEVE WILSON

MICHAEL FREY

Sports Information Director, 3rd Year

Head Athletic Trainer, 7th Year

Steve Wilson enters his third year as the Director of Sports Information at Park University, overseeing publicity and operational efforts for all 15 sports. Wilson is the primary media liaison for both women’s soccer and women’s volleyball in the fall, men’s basketball in the winter, and baseball and women’s golf in the spring. He is also responsible for overseeing all publications and online efforts within the department, including www.parkathletics.com, the official Web site of Pirate athletics. Additionally, Wilson supervises game-day staff at all home events as well as other administrative duties within the Department of Athletics. He also serves as the play-by-play voice of the Pirates at select events. An active CoSIDA and NAIA-SIDA member, Wilson is involved in several national committees, including serving as chair of the NAIA Statistical Committee in 2009-10. He is also involved in publications committees, serving as a contest coordinator of the NAIA-SIDA Women’s Basketball Brochure Contest as well as a judge in various CoSIDA competitions. A 2004 graduate of Kansas State University, Wilson began his career in sports information as a Graduate Assistant at Kansas Wesleyan University during the 2004-05 school year, assisting with the Coyote football, men’s basketball, baseball and women’s basketball programs. In 2005, he joined the athletic media relations staff at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas, where he was the primary contact for women’s volleyball, women’s basketball and baseball, while also assisting with publicity efforts in the Bobcat football program. While at Texas State, Wilson also provided basketball and baseball play-byplay on KTSW-FM. Away from San Marcos, Wilson assisted on the game-day staffs of the 2005 United States Basketball League Championship, the 2006 NCAA Women’s Basketball Regional in San Antonio and the 2006 NCAA Baseball Regional in Austin, Texas. During the 2005 football season, he also assisted the game-day efforts of the New Orleans Saints, who were relocated to San Antonio by Hurricane Katrina. Prior to his work in sports information, Wilson was a play-by-play voice and account manager for KSAL-AM in Salina, Kan., as well as a contributing writer and assistant editor for Rivals.com College Baseball. He received top honors in the student-intern play-by-play category by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters in 2003. Wilson and his wife, Sarah, reside in Roeland Park, Kan.

Michael Frey begins his seventh year as head athletic trainer at Park University, coming to the Pirates after a one-year stint as the head athletic trainer at Centennial High School in Peoria, Ariz. Frey owns a bachelor’s degree from Kansas State University in 1994, and he completed his master’s degree in 2002 from the University of Kansas. A native of Silver Lake, Kan., and member of Silver Lake’s 1989 Class 3A state champion football team, Frey began his career in sports medicine as the Industrial Program Director at the Rehability Center in Kansas City, Kan., staying in that role from 1994 to 1998. In 1998, Frey landed his first position in a collegiate athletics setting, serving as athletic trainer at Avila University from 1998-2000. Frey returned to his alma mater in 2000, where he served as the Intramural Sports Medicine Director at Kansas State University until 2002, prior to going to Centennial High. Frey resides in Lee’s Summit, Mo., with his wife, Kelly, and two daughters Lorien and Natalie. He also has one son, Talin.

TYLER PRICE

DARRELL COOPER

Assistant Athletic Trainer, 4th Year

Darrell Cooper is entering his third season as assistant athletic trainer at Park University, coming to the Pirates after a one-year stint at Henderson State University in Hot Springs, Ark. Cooper holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Akron, and he began his career as a graduate assistant at his alma mater, working with the Zips’ football and track programs from 1998 to 2000. He has also worked for the Adirondack Icehawks of the United Hockey league, Iowa Central Community College and the University of Missouri-Rolla (now Missouri S&T), prior to coming to Park University. Cooper is also an instructor for the American Red Cross’s Professional Rescuer Training and he is an accredited clinical instructor.

FRANK KYTE

Assistant Sports Information Director, 2nd Year

Assistant Athletic Trainer, 1st Year

Tyler Price enters his second year as the Assistant Sports Information Director at Park. Price is the primary contact for both men’s soccer and cross country in the fall, women’s basketball, men’s volleyball and indoor track and field in the winter, as well as softball and outdoor track and field in the spring. A 2008 graduate of Kansas State University, Price spent three years in the Sports Information Department from 2005-08 as a Student Assistant. Along with assisting in the promotion of all 12 varsity sports at K-State, Price’s main responsibility was serving as the primary contact for the women’s equestrian program. After graduation, Price joined the Sports Information staff at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). After a few months promoting the NAIA, Price made the trek a few miles north to Parkville. The Overland Park, Kan., native also worked in sports broadcasting early in his career, spending two summers working at KSHB-TV in Kansas City as an Associate Sports Producer for the 38 Sports Spot television program and all evening newscasts. Price is an avid Kansas City sports fan and enjoys watching all Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals and Kansas State football games. Price and his wife, Jenny, also a graduate of Kansas State, reside in Overland Park, Kan., with their daughter Maria.

Frank Kyte began his first season with the Pirates in January 2010, bringing 34 years of experience to Park University, including 21 years in professional baseball. Kyte holds a bachelor’s degree in physical education from George Fox University and a master’s degree in physical education from Portland State. He also completed graduate studies and was a graduate teaching fellow at the University of Oregon. His athletic training career in the collegiate ranks began at his alma mater, George Fox, where he was both head athletic trainer (1975-1984) and associate professor (beginning in 1979). Kyte then moved on to the Kansas City Royals baseball organization after his post-graduate studies at Oregon, beginning in the 1989 season with the Royals’ Advanced-A and Short-Season-A clubs until 1992. From there, Kyte was an athletic trainer for the Royals AA and AAA teams from 1993 to 1998, and in 1999, he was named the organization’s rehabilitation coordinator, a position he held until 2002. In 2003, Kyte was named assistant Major League athletic trainer, working with the Royals Major League club through the 2009 season. He is an NATA certified athletic trainer and also holds a State of Missouri certification and American Red Cross CPR, AED and First-Aid certifications. Kyte and his wife Karol reside in Independence, Mo. They have two daughters, Heather and Shannon.

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Darrell Cooper

Claude English

Frank Kyte

Cary Lundy

Amy Reif

Brian Renshaw

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Asst. Athletic Trainer

Softball Coach

Director of Athletics

Baseball Coach

Track & Field Coach

Pat Fayard

Office Manager

Joe C. Meriweather

Women’s Basketball Coach

Efrem Shimlis

Men’s Soccer Coach

General Contact Information Main University Phone Line.......................................................... (816) 741-2000 Main Athletics Phone Line............................................................ (816) 584-6425 Athletics Fax Line......................................................................... (816) 505-5448 Athletic Training Room................................................................. (816) 584-6353 Julian Field Pressbox................................................................... (816) 746-6803 Breckon Sports Center Courtesy Radio Line................................ (816) 505-5112 Breckon Sports Center Courtesy Radio Line.................................(816) 505-5111 University Web site......................................................................... www.park.edu Athletics Web site............................................................. www.parkathletics.com Administration - Phone numbers begin with (816) 584Dr. Michael Droge, Interim President.......... president@park.edu..................6202 Clarinda Creighton, Vice President............ clarinda.creighton@park.edu.....6833 Claude English, Athletics Director.............. cenglish@park.edu....................6492 Pat Fayard, Office Manager....................... pfayard@park.edu.....................6425 Dr. Don Williams, Faculty Rep.................... don.williams@park.edu..............6516 Eileen West, Registrar................................ eileenw@park.edu.....................6270 Greg Degener, Fields Supervisor............... greg.degener@park.edu............6425

Michael Frey

Head Athletic Trainer

Rick Mischka

Ken Hefner

Women’s Soccer Coach

Mike Mueller

Volleyball Coach

Women’s Golf Coach

Krystal Webb

Don Williams, Ph.D.

Spirit Squad Coach

Faculty Athletics Rep.

Jason Kline

Men’s Basketball Coach

Tyler Price Assistant SID

Steve Wilson

Sports Information Dir.

Sports Medicine/Athletic Training Michael Frey, Head Trainer........................ michael.frey@park.edu..............6353 Darrell Cooper, Assistant Trainer................ darrell.cooper@park.edu...........6353 Frank Kyte, Assistant Trainer...................... frank.kyte@park.edu..................6353 Sports Information/Media Relations Steve Wilson, SID....................................... swilson@park.edu.....................6490 Tyler Price, Assistant SID........................... tyler.price@park.edu..................6751 Head Coaches Ken Hefner, W. Soccer............................... ken.hefner@park.edu................6408 Jason Kline, M. Basketball......................... jason.kline@park.edu................6438 Cary Lundy, Baseball.................................. cary.lundy@park.edu.................6746 Joe C. Meriweather, W. Basketball................ coachmeriweather@park.edu....6491 Rick Mischka, Volleyball............................. rick.mischka@park.edu.............6493 Mike Mueller, W. Golf.................................. michael.mueller@park.edu........6238 Amy Reif, Softball....................................... amy.reif@park.edu.....................6443 Brian Renshaw, Cross/Track...................... brian.renshaw@park.edu...........6488 Efrem Shimlis, M. Soccer........................... eshimlis@park.edu....................6487 Krystal Webb, Spirit Squad......................... krystal.webb@park.edu.............6425

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38 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL Park University’s outdoor athletics facilities include one of the NAIA’s premiere soccer facilities, Julian Field, as well as Comfort Field, which is home to Park’s baseball program, and the Park Softball Complex. Park’s soccer teams also train on a top-notch practice surface at Hemingway Field, located adjacent to the baseball facilities.

Named after longtime Park University President Donald Breckon, the Breckon Sports Center was built in 2000 and houses the Park University athletic department offices. The 1,000-seat capacity arena in the west dome plays host to men’s and women’s basketball and men’s and women’s volleyball games. The east dome serves as practice facility for not only the volleyball teams, but also is a year-round indoor home to the soccer, baseball and softball programs.

Park University’s training facilities for student-athletes includes a regulation track, which is located adjacent to Julian Field, a full weight room and cardio training facility located in the Pirate Fitness Center, as well as a sports medicine facility in the Pirate Fitness Center with three full-time, fully accredited athletic trainers and one certified personal trainer/campus wellness professional.

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he home of Park baseball is Comfort Field, which became home to the Pirates in the 2001 season, a year into the program’s resurrection at Park University. New in the 2009 season, approximately 500 bleacher seats line the backstop, with additional seating room down both outfield lines and on the berm immediately behind home plate. Measuring 330 down both lines and 400 to dead center, Comfort Field boasts one of the finest playing surfaces for college baseball in the Midwest, maintained by Park University Athletics Field Supervisor Greg Degener. Comfort Field is adjacent to Hemmingway Field, which serves as the practice and training facility for the Pirate soccer programs, located northeast of Breckon Sports Center and the heart of Park University’s Parkville campus. The facility is currently completing Phase I of a series of upgrades, which will also include Phases II and III in future seasons. MEDIA SERVICES Pregame packets including notes, statistics, media guides and gameday programs will be available prior to the start of each doubleheader. Box scores are available between games and will be e-mailed on Park University’s athletics distribution list. Play-by-play reports are also available. All credentials are issued by the sports information office and can be re-

quested by calling sports information director Steve Wilson at (816) 584-6490. INTERVIEWS Following home games, Park head coach Cary Lundy will remain in the dugout vicinity to answer any media questions, and players will also be available after a cooling off period following the game’s conclusion. Park’s locker room will remain closed at all times and interviews are not allowed during batting practice, in-and-out, or between games of a doubleheader, unless the requested player is the starting pitcher for game one. TELEPHONES No telephone lines are available at Comfort Field. Broadcast outlets should make arrangements for cellular phone service to broadcast games. ‘PU’ & ‘PARK COLLEGE’ In editorial references to Park University Athletics, media outlets are asked to refrain from the use of the ‘PU’ acronym. Print and broadcast outlets are asked to use ‘Park University”, “Park” and “Pirates. Additionally, please do not use Park College or “Lady Pirates” for any women’s programs.

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40 • 2010 PARK UNIVERSITY BASEBALL Print Media Associated Press 215 W. Pershing Rd., Ste. 221 Kansas City, Mo. 64108 T: 816.421.4844 F: 816.421.3590 Kansas City Star Blair Kerkhoff 1729 Grand Blvd Kansas City, Mo. 64108 T: 816.234.4355 F: 816.234.4360 www.kansascity.com Independence Examiner Bill Althaus 410 South Liberty Independence, Mo. 64050 T: 816.350.6313 www.examiner.net Kansas City Kansan 7815 Parallel Parkway Kansas City, Kan. 66112 T: 913.371.4300 F: 913.342.8620 www.kansascitykansan.com Lee’s Summit Journal Steve Bubalo 415 South Douglas Lee’s Summit, Mo. 64063 T: 816.282.7015 F: 816.524.5136 www.lsjournal.com Olathe Daily News Tod Palmer 514 South Kansas Ave. Olathe, Kan. 66061 T: 913.764.2211 F: 913.764.2251 www.theolathenews.com Sun Gazette Bill Knust 963 West Liberty Liberty, MO 64068 T: (816) 781-1044 F: (816) 781-1755 billknust@npgco.com Lawson Review R. Cress Hewitt P.O. Box 125 Lawson, MO 64062 T: 816.296.3412

BROADCAST KSHB NBC 41 Justin Unell 4720 Oak Street Kansas City, Mo. T: 816.932.0716 F: 816.932.4145 www.nbcactionnews.com Metro Sports Shawn Beldin 6550 Winchester Ave. Kansas City, Mo. 64133 T: 816.358.5367 F: 816.358.5479 www.kcmetrosports.com

getting to park from DOWNTOWN KANSAS CITY Take US-169 North to MO-9 and exit toward Riverside/Parkville. Continue on MO-9 past Park’s front entrance to the intersection of 6th and East. Turn right to enter Park University’s campus. getting to park from JOHNSON COUNTY, KAN. Take I-635 North to MO-9 and exit toward Riverside/Parkville. Continue on MO-9 past Park’s front entrance to the intersection of 6th and East. Turn right to enter Park University’s campus.

KMBC ABC 9 John Crumley 6455 Winchester Ave. Kansas City, Mo. 64133 T: 816.221.9999 F: 816.421.4163 www.kmbc.com WDAF FOX 4 Al Wallace 3030 Summit Kansas City, Mo. 64108 T: (816) 753-4567 F: (816) 561-4181 www.wdaftv4.com Sports Radio 810 WHB Todd Leabo Union Broadcasting, Inc. 6721 W. 121st Street Overland Park, Kan. 66209 T: 913.344.1500 F: 913-469-8488 www.810whb.com 610 Sports Radio Ryan Maguire 7000 Squibb Mission, Kan. 66222 T: 913.744.3600 www.61sports.net

SportsRadioKC.com Matt Fulks 14221 Metcalf Ave. Suite 128 Overland Park, KS 66223 T: 913.871.9466 mfulks@sportsradiokc.com

Park student-athletes and coaches are available for interviews upon request. To arrange an interview, please contact the Park University sports information department at (816) 584-6490. Requests for interviews will be granted in consideration of academic and practice schedules. Coaches and players are normally available for post-game interviews approximately 10 minutes after each contest. For post-game interviews with opponents, please contact the media relations contact representing the visiting team, if available. Additionally, all interviews for Park athletics staff members not affiliated with a single sport should be addressed to the sports information director.

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getting to park from KCI AIRPORT Take I-29 South to the MO-45/NW 64th Street/Tom Watson Parkway Exit. Turn right and travel two miles to MO-9. Turn left and follow to the intersection of 6th and East. Make a left to enter Park University’s campus.

2009-10 park university pirate club

Derrick Akers Monica Akers Emily Calder Clarinda Creighton Jerod Dahlgren Johnny Davis Michael Droge Molly Droge Betty Dusing Charlotte English Claude English Connie Espinoza-Springfield Dennis Fayard Johnnie Fields Michael Fitzmorris Bob Frankenfeld Karen Frankenfeld

Jennifer Ganaway John Greenlee, Sr. Mark Griggs Lenin Guerra Elvin Hatamzade Harold Henderson Diane Jayne Rosalee Justus Benny Lee Robert Lee, II Liberty Banking Center Sidny Lurten Douglas Martinson Laurie McCormack Virginia McCoy Joe Meriweather Thomas Mooney

Stacy Olczyk Michael Oyster LeeAnn Parsons Patriots Bank Thomas Peterman Ryan Rink Michelle Rodriguez Kenneth Smith Susan Smith William Stewart Anto Vincetic Mishca Waliczek Margaret Waters Dorla Watkins Steve Wilson Richard Wolf, Jr.


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1

Darian Sandford

2

Philip Garrison

3

8

Gabe Perez

9

Bryan Coggins

10

Severino Alvarez

11

Parker Jones

4

5

Cullen Baxter

7

Chad Gordon

Jimmy Smelcer

12

Ryan Rush

15

Ricky Alfonso

Sam Tracy

16

Joseph Kassanavoid

17

Ricardo Torres

18

Michael Barbosa

19

Matt Lackner

20

Scott Tatro

21

Jeff Miser

22

James Parsons

24

Michael Onwumere

27

Cody Spaulding

29

Derek McGowan

32

Ryan Woolam

33

Corey Stafford

34

Erik Goodline

35

Travis Reuter

42

Trevor Pearson

44

Mike Elliott


2010 Park Baseball Schedule Date Feb. 15 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Mar. 2 Mar. 5 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 8 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 20 Mar. 21 Mar. 23 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 30 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 6 Apr. 11 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 20 Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 30 May 1 May 7-9 May 18-20 May 28 - June 4

Opponent Oklahoma Wesleyan University Evangel University University of Saint Mary Baker University Baker University Central Methodist University Texas College Texas College Texas Wesleyan University Dallas Christian College University of Sioux Falls University of Sioux Falls William Woods University * William Woods University * Ottawa University Harris-Stowe State University * Harris-Stowe State University * William Jewell College % Williams Baptist College * Williams Baptist College * Central Christian College University of Saint Mary Missouri Baptist University * Missouri Baptist University * Ottawa University McKendree University * McKendree University * Hannibal-LaGrange College * Hannibal-LaGrange College * AMC Tournament ! Avista-NAIA Opening Round Avista-NAIA World Series

Games 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 1/9 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 1/9 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 1/9 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 2/7 inn. 1/9 inn. 1/9 inn. 1/9 inn.

Location Bartlesville, Okla. Springfield, Mo. Leavenworth, Kan. Baldwin City, Kan. Comfort Field Comfort Field Tyler, Texas Tyler, Texas Fort Worth, Texas Dallas, Texas Comfort Field Comfort Field Comfort Field Comfort Field Ottawa, Kan. Comfort Field Comfort Field Liberty, Mo. Walnut Ridge, Ark. Walnut Ridge, Ark. Comfort Field Comfort Field St. Louis, Mo. St. Louis, Mo. Comfort Field Comfort Field Comfort Field Hannibal, Mo. Hannibal, Mo. Hannibal, Mo. Campus Sites Lewiston, Idaho

Home games in Gold played at Comfort Field. All Dates and Times Subject to Change. * - American Midwest Conference Game % - Townsend Trophy Rivalry ! - American Midwest Conference Tournament (Hannibal, Mo.) $ - Avista-NAIA World Series Opening Round (Played at Campus Sites)

Time Noon Noon 1 p.m. Noon Noon 1 p.m. Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 2 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. Noon TBA TBA TBA


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