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Cowboy Diamond

Leftfield pavillion

MCNEESE STATE BASEBALL FACILITIES

Indoor Batting Cages Locker Room

Lounge downstairs

Lounge upstairs


McNeese State Cowboys | 2011 COACH: Terry Burrows (McNeese ‘03, 65-99) is in his fourth year as the Cowboy head coach...he’s a former McNeese MVP and was the Southland Conference player of the year in 1990... his assistants are Bubbs Merrill (Arkansas ‘06), Clay Van Hook (Texas ‘08) and Sam Merrill (McNeese ‘09) KEY RETURNEES: Lee Orr (OF, All-SLC, .286, 17 HR, 56 RBIs), Jace Peterson (SS, All-SLC, All-Louisiana, .353, 4 HRs, 49 RBIs, 35 SBs), Blake Ellender (CF, .300, 8 HRs, 35 RBIs, 17 2Bs), Seth Granger (LF, .267, 3 HRs, 38 RBIs, 5 3Bs), Jaden Dillon (P, 8-0, 4.61 ERA, player of week, all-Louisiana), Zach Butler (1-4, 5.82 ERA), Matt Click (P, 2-5, 6.66 ERA, 9 saves), Dustin Lloyd (P, 4-6, 5.88 ERA, all wins in SLC play) KEY NEWCOMERS: C Andrew Lalumandier (JC ball), 3B Taylor Drake (high school, all-league), John Tatum (P, JC region player of year) LETTERMEN RET/LOST: 20-11 STARTERS RET/LOST: Position 4/5, Pitchers 3/1 RECORD: 31-27, 16-17 in conference SLC TOURNAMENT: 2-2 HOME RECORD: 16-10 AWAY RECORD: 13-13 NEUTRAL RECORD: 2-4 HOME FIELD: Name: Cowboy Diamond Capacity: 2,000 Surface: Natural Grass Dimensions: 330 down the lines 400 s/a center 375 power alleys Game Attendance Record: 2,045 vs LSU (1998) ATHLETIC TRAINER: J. D. Boudreaux (McNeese ‘03) COACH BURROWS INTERVIEWS: available for phone or in person interviews from 9-11 a.m.and 1-2 p.m. daily PLAYER INTERVIEWS: available prior to start of practice or after prac-

tice; contact the SID office or baseball office BASEBALL OFFICE: 337-475-5482, 4755484; mailing address Box 92735, McNeese State, Lake Charles, LA 70609; fax 337-4575478; email tburrows@ mcneese.edu COWBOY DIAMOND: located on Common St. on west side of Cowboy Stadium PRESS BOX PHONE: (337) 475-8007 Jace Peterson SPORTS INFORMAPre-Season All-America TION: Louis Bonnette, Director; Pam LaFosse, Assistant Director; Justin Smith, student assistant; lbonnette@mcneese.edu; office phone 337-475-5207; cell 337-8027127; fax 337-475-5202; email lbonnette@mcneese.edu; web site www. mcneesesports.edu; mailing address Box 92735, McNeese State, Lake Charles, LA 70609 RADIO: Cajun 1470 AM (Richard Dow, play by play)

The 2011 McNeese State media guide was designed, written and edited by sports information director Louis Bonnette. Pictures in the guide are by Richard Martin, Gray Little, Rod Anderson, Ann Cobb, Raymond Stewart and Louis Bonnette. Cover by Nathan Fontaine. Printing courtesy Port Printing of Lake Charles.

Lee Orr Pre-Season All-Southland

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Outlook, Schedule Coaching Staff McNeese Administration The Cowboys 2010 Statistics Cowboy Diamond McNeese League Leaders Year by Year Records Year by Year Leaders, MVP Career Leaders Season Results Letter Winners Coaching Legacy Hall of Fame, Retired Numbers Athlete of the Year Sports Medicine Weight Room, Academics Jack Doland Complex Major League Cowboys

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A. 5 at Grambling A. 6 at UL Monroe A. 8 Sam Houston State A. 9 Sam Houston State A. 10 Sam Houston State A. 12 at UL Lafayette A. 15 at UT Arlington A. 16 at UT Arlington A. 17 at UT Arlington A. 19 UL Lafayette A. 21 Stephen F. Austin A. 22 Stephen F. Austin A. 23 Stephen F. Austin A. 27 UL Monroe A. 29 at Texas State A. 30 at Texas State M. 1 at Texas State M. 4 UNO M. 6 at Lamar M. 7 Lamar M. 8 Lamar M. 13 UT San Antonio M. 14 UT San Antonio M. 15 UT San Antonio M. 19 at Nicholls State M. 20 at Nicholls State M. 21 at Nicholls State M. 25-28 SLC Tournament (at San Marcos, TX) McNeese Coaching Staff

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Terry Burrows

Head Coach

Now in his fourth season as head coach at McNeese State, Terry Burrows, who played and coached at the university, has the Cowboys on an upward course. A year ago the Cowboys made a 10 game improvement and jplayed in the Southland Conference tournament, going 2-2 and making it to the semifinal round. Burrows, who had an 11 year professional career as a player, had taken over in 2008. His teams have improved each year, from 13-42 to 21-30 and to 31-27. Two of his players have been drafted - Taylor Freeman, Shon Landry. Prior to taking the McNeese head role, the 42 year old Burrows, who is a member of the McNeese State Hall of Fame, had previously served as head coach at St. Louis High in Lake Charles where he coached the team to its first district title in 10 years. Before that he had served as an assistant coach both at McNeese State and at the University of Louisiana at Monroe. At St. Louis he had seven players go on to sign college scholarships while at Louisiana-Monroe he helped develop a staff that had five pitchers selected in the major league draft. As an assistant coach at McNeese, Burrows helped a pitching staff that won a Southland Conference tournament and participated in the NCAA regional tournament. The left handed Burrows had an 11 year professional career, compiling a 4-4 won-lost record while recording two saves in the major leagues with Texas, Milwaukee and San Diego. He also played in Japan, Mexico and Venezuela. As a collegiate pitcher for the Cowboys, he was named the player of the year in the Southland Conference in 1990 when he posted a 10-3 won-lost record along with a 1.58 ERA. During a two year career at McNeese, Burrows won 15 games. He still holds the school record for most strikeouts in a nine inning game (19 vs Louisiana-Lafayette in 1990) and 15 strikeouts in a seven inning game (vs Louisiana College in 1989). Burrows was drafted by the Texas Rangers following his junior year. He holds a bachelor of science degree from McNeese and is married to the former Lynne Huddelston and the couple has a daughter Brittany and sons Nick and Elliott.

THE BURROWS RECORD Year School Record 2010 McNeese State 31-27 2009 McNeese State 21-30 2008 McNeese State 13-42 Totals 65-99 Conference Only Year School 2010 McNeese State 2009 McNeese State 2008 McNeese State Totals

Record 16-17 10-22 7-23 33-62

Birthdate: November 28, 1968 Married: to Lynne Huddelston; children Nick, Elliott, Brittany Education: McNeese State (‘03) Playing Experience: COLLEGE - two letters at McNeese; Southland Conference player of year in 1990; led league in ERA (1.58), victories (10) and strikeouts (116) in 1990; team MVP; career record of 15-6 PROFESSIONAL - drafted by Texas Rangers in 1990...played 11 seasons and had 4-4 record with two saves in majors with Texas, Milwaukee and San Diego..also played in Japan, Mexico and Venezuela COACHING EXPERIENCE - named head coach at McNeese 2008; head coach at St. Louis High (Lake Charles, LA) 2004-2007..district title in 2006 (first for school in 10 years)...seven players signed college scholarships...assistant coach at La-Monroe 2003-04...pitching coach and had five players drafted...assistant coach at McNeese 2002-03...helped pitching staff that won the conference tournament and played in the NCAA regionals. OTHER - inducted into the McNeese Hall of Fame in 2009

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Bubbs Merrill

Assistant Coach Birthdate: June 13, 1982 Single Education: Arkansas ‘06 Playing Experience: Millard North High School (four letters, all-state) Texarkana CC (all-conference, all-region, .424 batting average) Nebraska (.241) Arkansas (.273, SEC champs, College World Series) Coaching Experience: McNeese (third season) Arkansas (graduate assistant, volunteer assistant) Bubbs Merrill is in his third season as an assistant coach on the Terry Burrows staff. He will continue to work with the hitters, the outfielders and the catchers. He also serves as the team’s recruiting coordinator. Three years ago he helped Cowboy catcher Taylor Freeman win the school’s triple crown and earn all-conference honors , two years ago McNeese was one of the top hitting teams in

the nation, posting a school record .316 batting average and last year he helped Jace Peterson become one of the nation’s top hitters. The McNeese assistant coach is a native of Omaha, Neb. and spent two seasons on the staff of the University of Arkansas before joining the Cowboys. His playing career began at Millard North High School in Omaha and he was a standout there, earning four letters along with all-state recognition. Bubbs started his collegiate career at Texarkana Community College and after batting .424 as a sophomore and earning all-conference and all-region honors, he received a scholarship to Nebraska. Merrill played one season at Nebraska, batting .241, and then transferred to Arkansas. At Arkansas he was part of the ‘04 SEC Championship team that earned a berth to the College World Series. He batted .273 in his only season with the Razorbacks and hit a home run in a NCAA Regional game against Wichita State. Following his senior year with the Razorbacks, he served the squad as a graduate assistant coach and volunteer coach, assisting with the team’s hitters and coaching the catchers. 4

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Clay Van Hook

Assistant Coach Birthdate: January 1, 1985 Married: wife is Selina Education: Texas ‘08 Playing Experience: Brenham HS (four letters baseball, all state; three letters football, QB, state championship game Navarro JC (all-star game) Texas (three letters; 2B, SS, second team all-Big 12) Coaching Experience: McNeese (second season) Texas (student assistant coach)

After joining the staff last year, Clay Van Hook made a big presence as an assistant coach. A native of Brenham, TX he will continue to work with the infielders, help with the hitting and serve as coach at third base. He also plays a big part during the recruiting season. Van Hook joined the McNeese staff after having served a season as a student assistant coach at the University of Texas, from which he received his degree. He had a top flight collegiate playing career, having been a three year letterman at Texas. He played both second base and shortstop and earned second team all-Big 12 honors in 2005. Prior to his career at Texas, Van Hook also played one season of ball at Navarro Junior College, being named to participate in the Texas-New Mexico all-star game. As a high school athlete he was a two sport standout, an infielder in baseball and a quarterback in football at Brenham High School. During his prep baseball career when he earned four letters, he also received all-state recognition. As a three year letterman in football, he led his team to the state Class AAAA championship game.


Sam Merrill

Volunteer Coach Birthdate: October 25, 1986 Single Education: McNeese ‘10 Playing Experience: Millard North (Omaha, NE)...all-state, led team to 35-0 record...also football letters as safety and running back Paris Junior College McNeese State (two letters, starter in the outfield....306 career batting average...led team with 65 hits in 2009 Coaching Experience: McNeese (second season)

Now in his second season with the Cowboys, Sam Merrill will continue to work with the outfielders and be positioned in the first base coaching box when the team is at bat. A native of Omaha, NE, Merrill is the younger brother of Cowboy assistant coach Bubbs Merrill. During a two year career with the Cowboys, Merrill batted .306 and committed only one error in 259 fielding chances in the outfield. He led the team in base hits in 2009 with 65. In his first year with the Cowboys he ranked as the 52nd hardest player in the nation to strike out. Prior to coming to McNeese, Merrill played two years of junior college ball at Paris Junior College and led his high school team (Millard North High in Omaha) to a 35-0 record and a state title. Merrill earned his degree from McNeese in 2010 and is presently pursuing a master degree.

Support Staff

Amy Dougay Administrative Assistant

J. D. Boudreaux Athletic Trainer

Evan Kingsley Manager

Ryan Ivey Associate Athletic Dir.

Josh Jorgesen Events Coordinator

Nathan Fontaine Ticket Coordinator

VOICES OF THE COWBOYS (left to right) Gordon Fontenot, Bruce Merchant, Richard Dow 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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MCNEESE STATE UNIVERSITY Dr. Philip C. Williams University President

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Dr. Philip C. Williams is president of McNeese State University and is in his first year as such. He is the sixth president of the university and is a native of North Carolina and a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He earned a law degree at the Columbia University School of Law and a Ph.D in Health Policy and Administration from North Carolina. Dr. Williams served as president of the University of Montevallo (AL) prior to joining McNeese State. He and his wife Sandra have a son, Grant, who is a student at McNeese State. .......... The University has provided, for over a half century, service to its community and state and to the students who seek to secure their future through higher education. McNeese opened its doors in 1939 as Lake Charles Junior College and as a division of the Louisiana State University system. Name changes later were made to John McNeese Junior College (1940) and to McNeese State (1950) when the university separated from LSU. In 1970 the school obtained its present name of McNeese State University. The university presently has an enrollment of 8,941 and has over 300 fulltime faculty members, half of whom possess the doctoral degree. The university is located on 580 acres in south Lake Charles. McNeese was named after John McNeese, a pioneer Southwest Louisiana educator who served as the first superintendent of education in Calcasieu Parish. He was also a cattle rancher and was renowned for making the first cattle drive across the Sabine River, thus the school’s nickname of Cowboys. • established in 1939, McNeese State has an enrollment of 8,471. The university is located in Lake Charles, a city with a population of 80,000. The city is located in the Southwest corner of the state, 30 miles north of the Gulf of Mexico and 30 miles east of the Texas-Louisiana border. • McNeese’s schools of study are the Arts, Sciences, Engineering/Technology, Nursing, Education, Business and the Graduate School. The school produces more teachers annually than any other university in the state.

Tommy McClelland Director of Athletics

Tommy McClelland is the seventh athletic director in McNeese State’s 701year history and he has “made a difference” in his four years. The Basile native and Northwestern State graduate (under graduate and graduate degrees), has formulated many plans that have brought McNeese athletics to communities in Southeast Texas and Southwest Louisiana. In the short time he has served as the athletic director, more than $2.5 million in renovation and construction has been applied to the facilities with the turfing of Cowboy Stadium field and the completion of the Hodges Street field house. The renovation of the baseball facilities - field, stands, dressing rooms, fieldhouse - was also completed and construction will soon be complete on the new $8 million Jack Doland fieldhouse. In the summer of 2008, McClelland was named as one of Southwest Louisiana’s “top 10 under 40” business leaders by the local magazine the Times of Lake Charles. A football and track letterman during his collegiate days at Northwestern State, McClelland is married to the former Jessica Stokes of Garrison, TX and they have a son, Lawson.


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2011 ROSTER No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 43

Name Pos. B/T Josh LeBert 2B/OF R/R Trey McGee LHP/OF L/L Nick Eubanks Inf R/R Jace Peterson SS L/R Renny Weber Inf/C L/R Tyler Park 2B R/R Chris Johnson LHP L/L Connor Lloyd SS/2B R/R Daniel Zaunbrecher 1B R/R Trey Rickrode SS/2B R/R Matt Click P R/R Phil Parcell P L/L Shea Daly C R/R Ryan Sampere P R/R Seth Granger OF L/R Trey Brown P R/R Matt Henry C R/R Lee Orr OF R/R Dustin Lloyd P R/R Tyler McDonald RHP R/R Jordan LeGros P R/R Blake Ellender OF R/R Matt Williams OF L/L Zach Butler P R/R Ross Rowland LHP L/L Taylor Drake 3B R/R Jaden Dillon P R/R Kyler Crenshaw 1B/OF L/R Tyler Parke RHP R/R Jonathan Conrad P R/R Andrew Lalumandier C R/R John Tatum RHP RR Taylor Ducoff P R/R Coby Miller RHP R/R Ty Griffen RHP R/R Tyler Erickson LHP L/L Adam Duhon P R/R

Coaches: 38 Terry Burrows – Head Coach 6 Bubbs Merrill – Assistant Coach 19 Clay Van Hook - Assistant Coach 10 Sam Merrill - Volunteer Coach

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Ht. 5-10 6-2 6-0 6-1 5-7 6-0 6-0 5-6 6-0 5-7 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-2 6-1 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-3 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-3 6-7 6-1 5-11 6-2 6-0 6-3 6-4 6-4 6-0 6-1 6-2 6-2 6-0

Wt. 180 160 198 190 190 180 185 150 195 160 180 160 190 200 200 205 180 205 170 180 205 190 200 200 205 195 170 201 185 195 220 225 190 210 190 165 180

Cl.-Exp. Jr-2L So-Trf Jr-2L Jr-2L Jr-Trf Jr-1L So-Trf Fr-HS So-1L Fr-HS Sr-3L Sr-1L So-Trf Jr-1L Jr-1L Jr-2L So-1L Jr-2L Jr-1L Fr-HS Sr-2L Sr-1L Fr-HS Sr-1L Fr-HS Fr-HS Jr-2L Jr-Trf Jr-Trf Sr-3L Jr-Trf Jr-Trf So-1L Jr-Trf Fr-HS Fr-HS So-1L

Hometown (Last School) Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS) Bossier City, LA (Centenary College) DeQuincy, LA (DeQuincy HS) Moss Bluff, LA (Hamilton Christian) Norco, LA (Bossier Parish JC) Huntsville, TX (Cisco JC) Highland Village, TX (Galveston JC) Marshall, TX (Harleton HS) Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS) Slidell, LA (Northshore HS) Austin, TX (McCullum HS) Kingfisher, OK (Eastern Oklahoma State) New Iberia, LA (LSU-Eunice) Nederland, TX (Galveston College) Iowa, LA (LSU-Eunice JC) Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS) Fort Smith, ARK (Southside HS) Louise, TX (El Campo HS) Friendswood, TX (Galveston College) Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS) Lafayette, LA (Bossier Parish CC) Sulphur, LA (Northeast Texas CC) Houston, TX (Cy-Woods HS) Sugarland, TX (Temple JC) Cameron, LA (South Cameron HS) Stillwell, KS (Blue Valley HS) Bridge City, TX (Bridge City HS) Brenham, TX (Angelina JC) Brookings, OR (Central Arizona JC) Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS) McKinney, TX (Paris JC) Lufkin, TX (Angelina JC) Kingwood, TX (St. Pius HS) Sulphur, LA (Galveston College) Lake Charles, LA (St. Louis HS) Lumberton, TX (Lumberton HS) Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS)

Pronunciation Guide 1 Josh LeBert 11 Daniel Zaunbrecher 16 Ryan Sampere 17 Seth Granger 25 Jordan LeGros 28 Zach Butler 33 Tyler Parke 35 Andrew Lalumandier 37 Taylor Ducoff

luh-bert zaun-breaker sam-perry seth grawn-jay luh-grow zack park luh-la-mander do-cough


THE COWBOYS JACE PETERSON

SHORTSTOP

L/R, 6-1, 190, Jr, 2L, Moss Bluff, LA (Hamilton Christian HS)

• pre-season all-American • returning first team all-conference; all-Louisiana • two-time team batting champion Returing as the team’s starting shortstop and one of the top players in the Southland Conference...can do it all and do it right....good power at the plate, excellent speed and great with the glove....expected to be picked in the major league draft this year....also a standout on the football field for Cowboys as a defensive back 2010: first team all-Southland and all-Louisiana...led team and ranked in the top 15 in the SLC with a .353 batting average...hit .356 in SLC games only....led league in stolen bases with 35...also in runs scored with 68.....had a 21 game hitting streak at one time...four for six with three RBIs, three runs scored and two doubles vs TAMCorpus, GWR...GWH in 11-10 win over TAM-Corpus... 2009:...hit .366 overall and .346 in league games only...second on team in stolen bases with 13...ended season on eight game hitting streak...4/5 vs Texas Southern...3/5 vs UTSA...3/5 vs UTA... .447 on-base pct....took over starting role at second base with injury to Shon Landry.. Other....birthdate 5/9/90....parents are Scott and Shawn Peterson....honor student in Health and Human Performance major....three sport standout at Hamilton Christian High in Lake Charles...all-state in football, basketball and baseball....prep baseball MVP for Southwest Louisiana..twice named top prep defensive football player for SW La...

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McNeese Statistics Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 31-17 58-58 89-75

AB 71 232 303

R 14 68 82

H 26 82 108

BI 9 49 58

2B 3 14 17

3B 1 3 4

HR 0 4 4

AVG .366 .353 .356

SB 13 35 48

LEE ORR

PO-A-E-PCT. 28- 33-4- .938 107-160-13-.954 135-193-17- 951

OUTFIELD

R/R, 6-3, 205,Jr, 2L, Louise, TX (El Campo HS)

• has hit 32 career home runs • Texas Collegiate League player of year (summer ‘10) • all-conference One of the top power hitters in the nation, he will have a crack at the team’s career home run record (43...he has 32)...good power and speed...expected to be drafted (drafted last year by Cincinnati in 40th round)...named player of the year in the summer Texas Collegiate League ..... 2010: led SLC with 17 home runs...third in stolen bases with 23...hit .286 and had 56 RBIS...all-conference selection....tied school record with three doubles in one game (vs Lamar)....also had five RBIs...two home runs twice...16 multi-RBI games...13 multi-hit games.... 2009: ....15 home runs and 57 RBIs (both highs on the team)...batted .301...had a team high .628 slugging percentage...stole 18 bases which was second high in conference...hit nine home runs in conference games...started 51 games,..tied school record with two triples in one game and five stolen bases in another..named to freshman All-America teams by Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America.....all-SLC (third team)...13 multi-hit games... five hits vs Northwestern State (5 at bats) and four against UL-Monroe (4 at bats) ...17 multi-RBI games....seven RBIs against Northwestern State...two home runs in three games... Other: prepped at El Campo HS ...four sport standout...all-state in football (wide receiver/ defensive back) and all-district in baseball (infielder) and basketball (forward, MVP)...hit 17 career home runs...birthdate 10/23/88....parents are John and Mary Orr...brother Will played golf at UT Tyler..father played football at Sul Ross...honor student in athletic training McNeese Statistics Year G/GS AB ‘09 51-51 196 ‘10 58-57 224 Totals 109-108 420

R 52 52 104

H 59 64 123

BI 57 56 113

2B 11 14 25

3B 4 2 6

HR 15 17 32

AVG .301 .286 .293

SB 18 23 41

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THE COWBOYS JADEN DILLON

PITCHER

R/R, 5-11, 170, Jr, 2L, Bridge City, TX (Bridge City HS)

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• undefeated last year with 8-0 record • pre-season all-conference • SLC and Louisiana Player of the Week Will continue in a starting role for the Cowboys this year..coming off an undefeated season...moved into starting role last year and became one of the top three 2010: posted 8-0 record overall and a 6-0 mark in league play...hurled second most innings on team (82)...lowest opponent batting average on team against him (.258)......eight starts and one complete game...one save...had a 10 inning, 4-3 win over then No. 17 ranked SE Louisiana..gave up only four hits and two earned runs.....SLC and Louisiana pitcher of week for that effort...seven innings of scoreless ball against Texas State 2009: in first season made 11 appearances and had two starts...mostly used in relief....0-2 record with 7.94 ERA.....struckout 23 batters in 22.2 innings...made four appearances in league play only and struckout five in 3.1 innings....went five innings against Houston and gave up six hits while striking out five...pitched 4.2 innings against Lamar and gave up three hits....losses came against Houston and UL-Monroe.... Other: prepped at Bridge City (TX) High and played baseball for former Cowboy standout Billy Bryant...all-district honors in both baseball (OF/P) and basketball (guard)...senior baseball season had a 6-1 record and batted .365....birthdate 1/9/90...parents are Jimmy and Renee Dillon... Health Promotion McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘09 11 0 2 ‘10 20 8 0 Totals 31 8 2

GS 2 8 10

GC 0 1 1

SV 0 1 1

IP 22.2 82.0 104.2

H 30 77 107

R 31 47 78

ER 20 42 62

BB 23 34 57

SO 23 43 66

BLAKE ELLENDER

ERA 7.94 4.61 5.35

OUTFIELD

R/R, 6-1, 190, Sr, 1L, Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS, Northeast Texas CC)

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• third on team in home runs last year with eight • team leader with 17 doubles Will mark second year as starter in the outfield....fifth on team in batting last year.... 2010: batted .300 with eight home runs (third high on squad)...also third best in slugging pct. with a .498 mark....led team with 17 doubles and ranked in top 10 in conference...also hit three triples...stole six bases...committed only three errors in 144 chances...belted two home runs, drove in four runs in 19-12 win over Louisiana Tech...five hits in six at bats against Texas Southern....21 multi hit games Other: birthdate 9/22/88...... played two seasons at Northeast Texas CC and stole 52 bases...drove in 45 runs and hit three home runs....at Sulphur High he earned all-state honors as a centerfielder and had a .500 batting average with six home runs and 35 RBIs his senior season...played on state runnerup teams in both baseball and football (wide receiver)....General Studies parents are David and Tracy Ellender McNeese Statistics Year G/GS AB ‘10 55-53 237

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R 51

H 71

BI 35

2B 17

3B 3

HR 8

AVG .300

SB 6

PO- A-E-Pct. 138-3-3-.979


THE COWBOYS SETH GRANGER

OUTFIELD

L/R, 6-1, 200, Jr, 1L, Iowa, LA (Iowa HS, LSU-Eunice JC)

• led team in triples last year • shifted from DH to starting role in outfield Used mainly a designated hitter last year and will move into a starting role in the outfield this season..expected to help with power at the plate 2010: appeared in 56 games and started 55...posted a .267 batting average with three home runs...led team and ranked among the conference leaders with five triples....also hit nine doubles...had 58 hits and 38 RBIs...four RBIs in win over Valparaiso...four hits in win over Central Arkansas...four hits vs Nicholls....11 multi-hit games. Other:....played one year at LSU-Eunice, batting .325 with seven home runs and 48 RBIs...also stole 16 bases...started 49 games and posted 1.000 fielding average with no errors in 69 chances...played centerfield at Iowa HS...batted .510 with four homers and 47 RBIs senior season...all-district...all-state linebacker (twice) for football team...four year letterman in both sports...birthdate 10/13/89...parents are Johnny and Tracy Granger...dad played football at ULLafayette...uncle Joey Granger played football at McNeese....General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G/GS AB ‘10 56-55 217

R 27

H 58

BI 38

2B 9

3B 5

HR 3

AVG .267

SB 4

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DUSTIN LLOYD

PITCHER R/R, 6-3, 170, Jr, 1L, Friendswood, TX (Friendswood HS, Galveston College) • in starting rotation for second time • throws fast ball in the low 90s • ranked among conference leaders in strikeouts in 2010 Heads into season in the starting rotation and is back as the top strikeout astist on the squad....can toss the fast ball in the high 80s and low 90s.. 2010: posted a 4-6 record with a 5.88 ERA.....made 16 appearances and started a team high 14 games...had two complete games (Sam Houston State and Lamar) ...hurled nine innings of one run ball against SFA and had a no decision....struckout 84 batters in a team high 90.1 innings....won four of his last six starts....all four victories came in conference play...victories came over C. Arkansas, Sam Houston State, UT Arlington and Lamar.... Other:....prepped at Friendswood (TX) High School and earned all-district and all-Greater Houston area honors...birthdate 4/3/89...parents are Keith and Debra Lloyd.......uncle Ron Roznvosky played baseball at Texas....General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘10 16 4 6

GS 14

GC 2

SV IP 0 90.1

H 112

R 65

ER 59

BB 30

SO 84

22

ERA 5.88

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THE COWBOYS Josh LeBert

Second Base/Outfield

R/R, 5-10, 180, Jr, 2L, Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS)

1

• made four starts last season • no errors in 22 chances

He’s probably going to see action both in the infield and the outfield...has played both during his career 2010: batted .273 with nine hits in 33 trips to the plate...home run and three hits in win over Texas Southern....also scored four times in that game 2009:saw action in 16 games and started four....batted .316 with six hits in 19 trips to the plate...went three for six with a RBI against Ark-Little Rock and was two for four with a RBI against Texas Southern...had three stolen bases (in three attempts).... Other: prepped at Barbe High where he earned all-state, all-district and all-SW Louisiana honors..batted .438 in senior year ...had 53 hits and scored 53 runs...also football and track letterman...birthdate 4/4/90...parents are Jim and Terry LeBert...uncle is James Gallier, a former McNeese all-conference first baseman...graduated in top 10 percent of his high school class...honor student at McNeese majoring in Health and Human Performance (Exercise Science)...posted a 4.00 GPA last fall semester McNeese Statistics Year 2009 2010 Totals

G/S 16/4 21/4 37/8

AB 19 33 52

R 5 10 15

H 6 9 15

BI 3 4 7

2B 0 1 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1

AVG .316 .273 .288

SB 3 1 4

PO-A-E-PCT. 16-1-1-.944 14-8-0-1.00 30-9-1-.975

Trey McGee

Pitcher/Outfield

L/L, 6-2, 160, Soph, Trf, Bossier City, LA (Haughton HS, Centenary)

• played at Centenary last season • expected to see action on the mound in long relief

2

He’s a versatile performer who could see action in his first year with the Cowboys on the mound and in the outfield...played both during his time with Centenary....hurled 11.3 innings, posted a 1-0 record and a 3.18 ERA....at the plate he batted .269 with four stolen bases. OTHER: prepped at Haughton High School where he earned letters in baseball and football (wide receiver and safety)....all-state and district MVP in baseball, batting .425, hitting three home runs and stealing 19 bases his senior year...also went 5-1 on the mound with a 3.32 ERA in 31.2 innings....in football he earned academic all-state honors.....birthdate 6/16/91...parents are Buck and Tina McGee....member of National Honor society....voted Mr. HHS...president of FCA chapter...Business Management major

Chris Johnson L/L, 6-0, 1854, Soph, Trf, Highland Village, TX (Marcus HS, Galveston College)

• played at Galveston College last year • will be in relief this season

Pitcher

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Expected to be used in both long and short relief this season...competed for Galveston College last year as a pitcher...good control of fastball and curve PRE-MCNEESE: played at Galveston College last season....played prep ball at Marcus High School as a pitcher...highlight of career came in final year when he pitched in regional finals against El Paso.....also played first base.....was a strong safety on the football team OTHER: birthdate 6/15/91....parents are Tommy and Melinda Johnson....younger brother is Matthew....father played baseball at Eastfield College......Business Management major

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THE COWBOYS Renny Weber

Infield/Catcher

5

L/R, 5-7, 190, Jr, Trf, Norco, LA (Destrehan HS, Bossier Parish CC)

• record setting season at Bossier Parish CC last year • over .400 career batting average at BPCC

He brings a consistent bat to the plate and could be used in a designated hitter role this season...transfer from Bossier Parish Community College where he played two seasons PRE-MCNEESE: played four different positions during two seasons at Bossier Parish CC (third base, shortstop, second base and catcher)....posted a .446 batting average his second season there for a school record...hit .408 his rookie year...named to an all-America squad (third team)..also earned all-conference honors and was an academic all-American......prepped at Destrehan High School where he was a three year letterman...all-state, all-district, all-metro....his .543 batting average and 40 RBI total as a senior ranked among the highest in school history...played for Marty Luquet OTHER: birthdate 8/18/89....parents are Stephen and Becky Weber.....cousin (Rustin Rebowe) and grandfather (Stan Weber) played college baseball....General Studies....honor student

Tyler Park

Second Base

R/R, 6-0, 180, Jr, Sqd, Huntsville, TX (Huntsville HS)

• coming back from shoulder injury • played prep ball for former Cowboy standout Shelby Shaw • played in junior college all star game

7

Heads into season as the starter at second base...coming back from injury (shoulder)...played in five games last year with two hits and an RBI....he brings a strong glove to the infield 2010: saw action in only five games last year, starting three...two hits in 12 trips to plate..one RBI PRE-MCNEESE:...batted .365 for Cisco Junior College, getting 42 hits in 115 trips to the plate...also hit four home runs, six doubles and three triples...drove in 37 runs....had 12 multi-hit games with a high of four hits in the season opener....played shortstop and helped team to a 44-15 record and second place in the conference....played two seasons at Cisco and played in conference all-star game...batted .380 first year....at Huntsville High he was named his team MVP and earned two all-district honors.... OTHER: birthdate 6/20/88....parents are Curtis and Kari Park.....General Studies

Nick Eubanks

First Base

R/R, 6-0, 198, Jr, 2L, DeQuincy, LA (DeQuincy HS)

• sat out last season following shoulder surgery • slated for starting time at first base

3

Shoulder surgery put him on the bench last year...the year before he played first base and also saw some DH action... 2009: started 38 games....batted .268 with four home runs and 34 RBIs...led team in put outs with 323...made only two errors in 346 chances...hit all four home runs in conference games and batted .293...had 15 multi-hit games...wound up season on a seven game hitting streak... 2008: as a freshman he played third and hit a home run in his first collegiate game... wound up with seven homers...hit .281..batted .311 in league play... Other: prepped at DeQuincy High where he earned all-state honors...hit 42 career home runs and batted .500...SW La. MVP...lettered in football as punter, safety and quarterback....birthdate 8/11/88...parents are Walter and Tanya Eubanks...General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G/GS AB ‘09 42/38 153 ‘08 53/52 199 Totals 95-90 352

R 29 27 56

H 41 56 97

BI 34 30 64

2B 9 9 18

3B 0 2 2

HR 4 7 11

AVG .268 .281 .276

SB PO-A- E- Pct. 1 323-21- 2- .994 2 56-110-19-.897 3 379-131-21-960 2010 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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THE COWBOYS Connor Lloyd

Shortstop/Second Base

R/R, 5-6, 150, Fr, HS, Marshall, TX (Harleton HS)

9

• four sport letterman in high school • district MVP in football and baseball

Comes in with outstanding high school credentials....could see some action in several spots in the infield PRE-MCNEESE: was a standout four sport letterman (baseball, football, track, basketball) at Harleton High School...pitcher and shortstop in baseball and named to all-state team as well as district MVP... batted .505 his senior year and hit .581 as a junior...three of his four years he batted over .500...helped lead team to four district titles and into regional semifinals...all-district in football as wide receiver, safety, kicker and kick returner...district champion pole vaulter...point guard in basketball... Other: birthdate 2/18/92...parents are Jackie and Charla Lloyd....father played college baseball...honor roll in Health and Human Performance (Physical Education)

Daniel Zaunbrecher

First Base

11

R/R, 6-0, 195, So, 1L, Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS)

• action in 16 games last season • played on two state championship teams at Barbe

Slated for playing time at first base after seeing action in 16 games and starting four last season... 2010: batted .182 with a pair of doubles and four RBIs...handled 53 chances without an error...one hit and two RBIs vs UL Monroe... Pre-McNeese: came from strong prep baseball program at Barbe High where he earned three letters, twice was named to the all-district team and served as the team captain....helped team win two state titles...expected to compete for playing time at first base....attended LSU but was not a member of the baseball team....during his senior year at Barbe he posted a .340 batting average and belted eight home runs...hit .319 with three home runs and 40 RBIs as a junior....earned academic all-state honors in high school..... Other: birthdate 10/25/89....President’s honor list..........parents are Danny and Lily Zaunbrecher.....Biological Science major McNeese Statistics Year G/GS AB R H ‘10 16/4 22 4 4

BI 2B 4 2

3B 0

HR 0

AVG .182

SB 0

PO-A-E-Pct. 49-4-0-1.000

Phillip Parcell

Pitcher

L/L, 6-0, 160, Sr, 1L, Kingfisher, OK (Kingfisher HS, E. Oklahoma JC)

14

• only returning lefthanded pitcher on team • won three games last year Expected to see starting action as well as relief work...had a good first season last year with three victories in 17 appearances 2010: went 3-1 with a 5.72 ERA....had three starts and won two of those...other win came in relief...pitched six innings of four hit ball for win over Texas Southern and then went 5.2 innings and gave up three hits and two runs in another showing against Texas Southern....relief win came over Southeastern Louisiana in 1.1 innings at SLC tournament Pre-McNeese: ..played at Eastern Oklahoma Junior College and started 11 of the 15 games he appeared in....posted a 4-7 record and a 7.35 ERA....struckout 36 batters in 60 innings and walked 28.......was a two sport standout at Kingfisher (OK) High School...three year letterman as a quarterback in high school and earned all-city honors....pitched and played the outfield in baseball... four letters and named to the all-city team..... Other: birthdate 7/9/88....parents are Chris and Bobbi Parcell....honor student...General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G W ‘10 17 3

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L 1

GS GC 3 0

SV IP 0 50.1

H R 62 35

ER 32

BB 15

SO 10

ERA 5.72


THE COWBOYS Matt Click

Pitcher

R/R, 6-3, 180, Sr, 3L, Austin, TX (McCullum HS)

13

• tied school record with nine saves last year • appeared in team high 26 games Heads into year as one of the top reliefers in the conference...nine saves last year and ranked No. 2 in the SLC 2010: turned from starter to reliefer.... saved nine games....had four saves in the last seven games of the season...had a save in the SLC tournament (vs SE Louisiana) ...posted a 2-5 record and a 6.66 ERA...hurled 51.1 innings 2009: 2-4 with both wins in conference games...46 strikeouts (team leader)...69 innings 2008: no decisions in 19 appearances...hurled only complete game of year, 3-1 loss to Nicholls Other: all-district at McCallum High...21-3 won-lost record and 2.14 ERA..also played shortstop and batted .389...led team to two league titles...birthdate 9/24/88...parents are LeRoy and Anne Click...older sister Amber played volleyball at McNeese...Accounting McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘10 26 2 5 ‘09 14 2 4 ‘08 19 0 0 Totals 59 4 9

GS 4 12 1 17

GC 0 1 0 1

SV 9 0 0 9

IP 51.1 69.0 23.2 144.0

H 77 91 47 215

R 41 62 40 143

Trey Rickrode

ER 38 56 38 132

BB 19 26 18 63

SO 48 46 17 111

ERA 6.66 7.30 14.45 8.24

Shortstop/Second Base

R/R, 5-6, 160, Fr, HS, Slidell, LA (Northshore HS)

• played on state championship team in 2009

12

Expected to challenge for playing time at second base this season.... PRE-MCNEESE: standout for Northshore High School...last year batted .343 with 35 hits in 102 at bats...scored 37 runs..had one home run and 18 RBIs...tied for team lead with seven stolen bases...team posted a 21-11 record...as a junior he helped team win the state title...team was 34-2...he batted .382 and had 17 RBIs and six stolen bases...also saw some action on the mound, appearing in seven games and pitching 5.1 innings, striking out six. Other: birthdate 4/22/92....parents are Ric and Melissa Rickrode....Business major

Shea Daly R/R, 6-0, 190, Soph, Trf, New Iberia, LA (Catholic HS, LSU-Eunice JC)

• played on national championship team

Catcher

15

Will see action behind the plate for the Cowboys...coming from one of the most successful junior college programs in the nation Pre-McNeese: played on the national champion LSU-Eunice junior college baseball team last year... batted .256 with three home runs and 14 RBIs...committed only three errors in 122 chances...helped team to a 31-3 overall record...was a four year letterman at Catholic High School of New Iberia... played catcher all four seasons 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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THE COWBOYS Ryan Sampere

Pitcher

R/R, 6-2, 200, Jr, 1L, Nederland, TX (Nederland HS, Galveston College)

16

• won two games last year, appearing in 14 games • could be one of the top reliefers on team

Posted an undefeated record last year, appearing in 14 games as a reliefer...had one of the better strikeout ratios on the team 2010: went 2-0 with a 5.24 ERA...victories came in relief over UNO and TAM-Corpus....struckout 20 batters in 22 innings... Pre-McNeese: ...one year of junior college ball at Galveston College where he was in the starting rotation.....prepped at Nederland, TX were he was an two-time all-district pitcher and the football quarterback, leading his team to back to back district titles... Other: birthdate 3/4/90....parents are Brian and Paige Sampere....Business Management major...honor student...posted perfect 4.00 GPA last semester McNeese Statistics Year ‘109

G 14

W 2

L 0

GS 0

GC SV 0 0

IP 22.1

H 28

R 13

ER BB 13 7

SO ERA 20 5.24

Trey Brown

Pitcher

R/R, 6-2, 205, Jr, 2L, Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS)

18

• spot starter and reliefer • 14 appearances a year ago

Has two years of experience and will see more action as a spot starter and relifer....has pitched in 23 games in two seasons 2010: 14 appearances and two starts...hurled 25.1 innings and had a 0-1 record... 2009: appeared in nine games and started one...had 0-1 mark...struckout five batters in eight innings... Pre-McNeese: split his prep career between DeQuincy High (first two years) and Barbe High....went 7-3 with 50 strikeouts in 52 innings in senior year at Barbe...hurled no-hitter against Carencro....prep record of 30-8...was undefeated (8-0) his junior year...played on state championship team in 2008...all-district and all-SW Louisiana... academic all-state..... Other: birthdate 1/12/90...parents are Bill Jr. and Janice Brown...father and mother graduated from McNeese....majoring in plant process technology... McNeese Statistics Year G ‘09 9 ‘10 14 Totals 23

W 0 0 0

L 1 1 2

GS 1 2 3

GC 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 8 25.1 33.1

H 13 33 46

R 13 29 42

ER 12 25 37

BB 9 12 21

SO 5 15 20

Matt Henry

ERA 13.50 8.88 9.99

Catcher

R/R, 5-10, 180, So, 1L, Fort Smith, AR (Southside HS)

20

• started three games as a rookie last year • strong arm behind the plate

2010: got into seven games and started three...batted .231 with three hits incuding a double...no errors in 23 chances Other: prepped at Southside High in Arkansas ...posted a .333 batting average in final season....all-conference....three year baseball letterman and twice lettered in tennis... birthdate 11/27/90.....parents are Jim and Cathy Henry.....honor roll student in General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G AB ‘10 7 13 16

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R 3

H 3

RBI 0

2B 3B 1 0

HR 0

AVG .231

SB 0

PO-A-E-Pct. 22-1-0-1.000


THE COWBOYS Jordan LeGros

Pitcher

R/R, 6-0, 205, Jr, 1L, Lafayette, LA (Comeaux HS, Bossier Parish CC)

• coming back from Tommy John surgery • missed all of last season He’s come back strong after undergoing Tommy John surgery....could be one of the team’s better short reliefers 2010: out for year with shoulder surgery 2009: appeared in 20 games, second most on the team, as a reliefer....posted a 3-2 won-lost record and had a 7.89 ERA....2-2 in conference games only and made 14 appearances....led the team with four saves....struckout 38 batters in 29.2 innings, the best strikeout ratio on the team...victories came over UL-Monroe, UT-Arlington and Stephen F. Austin (all in a relief role)... PRE-MCNEESE: played junior college ball at Bossier Parish where he was 2-1 with a 2.70 ERA his final year...hurled 50 innings and struckout 48 batters..prepped at Comeaux High and earned all-state honors....played third base and pitched... OTHER: birthdate 2/22/889...parents are Brian and Cindy LeGros.....General Studies.. McNeese Statistics Year G W ‘09 20 3

L 2

GS 2

GC SV 0 4

IP 29.2

H 35

R 28

ER 26

BB 17

SO 40

ERA 7.89

Tyler McDonald

Pitcher

• earned academic all-state honors

24

R/R, 6-0, 180, Fr, HS, Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS)

25

Being looked at getting in some long relief action as a rookie this season Pre-McNeese: four letters at Sulphur High where he pitched and also played third base...helped team to a 19-14 record his senior year Other: birthdate 4/30/91....National Honor Society....won Sulphur Lions Club award...named to the academic all-state baseball team....parents are Jim and Bonnie McDonald....cousin Phil Fontenot played for the Cowboys in 1993....Chemical Engineering major....named to the President’s honor list in the fall

Matt Williams

Outfield

• was a Cum Laude graduate

27

L/L, 6-1, 200, Fr, HS, Cypress, TX (Cypress-Woods HS)

Could get in some action in the outfield and also as the team’s designated hitter this season... Pre-McNeese: earned all-district honors as a centerfielder....helped team get to the statre playoffs three years running...senior year he batted .352 with nine home runs and 32 RBIs...team won the bidistrict title....was selected for the Team Texas-Heartland baseball classic Other: birthdate 8/3/92...was a cum laude graduate at Cypress-Woods... parents are Russell and Michelle Williams....honor roll student in Business Management

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Zach Butler

Pitcher

R/R, 6-3, 200, Sr, 1L, Sugarland, TX (Dulles HS, Temple JC)

28

• expected to be team’s Friday starter • complete game win last year Good fast ball and changeup and breaking ball....being counted on for starting duty...could be the Friday starter... 2010: came back from surgery and made 20 appearances, posting a 1-4 record with 5.82 ERA...pitched complete game in win over A&M-Corpus...pitched 55.2 innings...struckout 29 Pre-McNeese: went 5-2 at Temple with a 4.91 ERA....hurled 51.1 innings and struckout 58 batters....only walked five batters...prepped at Dulles High and named to all-district team....pitched and played third base...hit .390 with a home run and posted a 6-2 won-loss record, striking out 76 batters and walking only 16.....team MVP...also named best all-around athlete.. Other: .birthdate 7/28/89....parents are Brian and Cara Butler...mother played golf at Texas A&M...father played football at Trinity Valley Junior College...General Studies McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘10 20 1 4

GS 8

GC 1

SV 0

IP H 55.2 63

R 37

ER 36

BB 29

Ross Rowland L/L, 6-7, 205, Fr, HS, Cameron, LA (South Cameron HS)

• named to the Southwest Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame

SO 29

ERA 5.83

Pitcher

29

A tall lefthander who could get in some spot duty for the team this season...was a three sport letterman at South Cameron High where he was named all-district in both basketball and baseball...quarterback for the football team....he’s the tallest of the Cowboys... Other: a standout student...salutatorian of his class...National Honor Society...District rally in Spanish...birthdate 7/9/91...parents are Thomas and Katherine Rowland...General Studies

Taylor Drake R/R, 6-1, 195, Fr, HS, Stillwell, KS (Blue Valley HS)

• a rookie who could take a starting role • two time prep all-state

Third Base

30

He’s an athletic third baseman, a position he played three years in high school... good field and good hit Pre-McNeese: two time all-state and led team to two state titles...also all-conference and all-metro...holds his high school’s single season record for doubles and hits... batted .360 with 22 RBIs...named to several national prep school baseball lists... Other: birthdate 12/2/91...parents are Rick and Julie Drake...sister played tennis at Missouri and Northern Illinois..father played baseball at Baker...honor roll student in Pharmacy 18

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THE COWBOYS Jonathan Conrad

Pitcher

R/R, 6-3, 195, Sr, 3L, Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS)

• coming back from surgery • team captain

34

Coming back from shoulder surgery and could work back into the starting rotation.... pitched in four games last year but then got a medical redshirt...good fastball, curve and changeup 2010: made five appearances and started four games...3-1 record with 3.65 ERA...24.2 innings and 14 strikeouts...wins over Valparaiso, Lamar and Northwestern State... 2009: pitched a team high 71 innings and won three games (won his first two starts).. victories came over Houston Baptist (7 innings, 3 hit shutout ball) , Louisiana Tech and Nicholls State....started 10 games and appeared in 14...one save (against Lamar)... posted a 7.10 ERA... 2008: had a 2.25 ERA in conference games only in ‘08...hurled 62 innings that year with 11 starts... OTHER: prepped at Sulphur High...posted 14-2 record as a senior...had a 1.26 ERA... all-state, all-district and all-SW Louisiana honors....birthdate 6/6/88....parents are Steve and Karen Conrad....has seven siblings...honor student majoring in Accounting and Finance...has been named to President’s honor list McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘10 5 3 1 ‘09 14 3 6 ‘08 15 1 6 ‘07 14 1 4 Totals 44 8 17

GS 4 10 11 4 29

GC 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 1 1 1 3

IP 24.2 71 62 34 191.2

H 20 92 89 40 241

R 13 57 70 36 176

ER 10 56 55 28 149

BB 8 27 30 19 84

SO 14 32 34 13 93

ERA 3.65 7.10 7.98 7.41 7.01

Kyler Crenshaw

First Base/Outfield

L/R, 6-2, 201, Jr, Trf, Brenham, TX (Brenham HS, Angelina JC) • could also see action as the designated hitter

32

PRE-MCNEESE: earned junior college honors at Angelina where he batted .353 with five home runs and 20 RBIs...played in Texas-New Mexico all-star game....team went 40-14..... prepped at Brenham High were he batted .427 with 13 doubles, three homers and 46 RBIs senior year..also quarterback in football...all-state two years...named to All-Brazos Valley team and to all-Greater Houston team....OTHER: birthdate11/7/89...academic all-state...parents are Kip and Kim Crenshaw...honor roll student in General Studies

Tyler Parke R/R, 6-0, 185, Jr, Trf, Brookings, OR (Brookings Harbor HS, C. Arizona JC) • expected to see action as a short reliefer

Pitcher

33

PRE-MCNEESE: was one of the main relief pitchers for Central Arizona JC last year...2-0 record with three saves...allowed only eight earned runs over 30 innings...struckout 32 batters, gave up only seven walks and posted a 2.35 ERA...helped team to the region title...played in the ACCAC all-star showcase game....at Brookings High, earned all-state honors and was allconference...also played football (safety) and member of wrestling team OTHER: birthdate 11/30/89....parents are Myron and Patty Parke....General Studies 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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Andrew Lalumandier

Catcher

• will contend for starting role • played two years of junior college ball

35

R/R, 6-4, 220, Jr, Trf, McKinney, TX (McKinney HS, Paris JC)

Will be in the running for starting role at catcher...brings two seasons of junior college experience to the position. Pre-McNeese: two seasons as catcher at Paris Junior College....prepped at McKinney High where he earned all-district and all-area honors...also basketball letter and was all-district as a guard...led team to district title...played on three straight district champs in baseball

Other: birthdate 1/10/90...parents are Sam and Debbie Lalumandier....Criminal Justice major

John Tatum

Pitcher

• will pitch in a short relief role • good fastball and off speed pitches

36

R/R, 6-4, 225, Jr, Trf, Lufkin, TX (Lufkin HS, Angelina Junior College)

Could be in for a closer role on the mound...bringing in two year’s junior college experience.. also played in the field.. Pre-McNeese: two seasons of ball at Angelina Junior College where...prepped at Lufkin (TX) High School where he earned all-district honors...arm trouble prevented him from pitching as a senior but he batted .300 with eight home runs and 40 RBIs...had a sub 2.00 ERA as a junior...played third base, first base and pitched

Other: birthdate 1/16/90....parents are John and Penny Tatum....General Studies

Taylor Ducoff

Pitcher

37

R/R, 6-0, 190, So, 1L, Kingwood, TX (St. Puis HS)

• expected to be used in relief and starting roles

Will probably see action both as a mid-week starter and as a reliefer 2010: made 10 appearances and started five games...posted a 3-2 recod with an 11.95 ERA.... pitched 20.1 innings..struckout 15...wins came over Prairie View, ULMonroe and UL Lafayette... Other: ...won 30 games at St. Puis High...led team to the state championship...all-state and all-district honors three years running....member of national honor society...named to Dean’s list four years....birthdate 7/15/91....parents are Scott and Laura Ducoff....father played football at Stephen F. Austin University....Business Finance major...President’s Honor List McNeese Statistics Year G W L ‘10 10 3 2

GS GC 5 0

SV IP 0 20.1

H 34

R 28

ER 27

BB SO 12 14

ERA 11.95

Coby Miller R/R, 6-1, 210, Jr, Trf, Sulphur, LA (Sulphur HS, Galveston College)

• probably be used in long relief • three sport letterman in high school

Pitcher

40

Played at Galveston College after prep career at Sulphur High Pre-McNeese: had his time on the mound for Galveston College after a career at Sulphur High....was a three sport letter winner at Sulphur...pitcher and first baseman in baseball, quarterback in football and forward in basketball Other: birthdate 10/24/89....parents are Richard Miller and Lori Hogan....Sports Management major....honor roll student 20

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Ty Griffen

Pitcher

41

R/R, 6-2, 190, Fr, HS, Lake Charles, LA (St. Louis HS)

• could also see some fielding and batting action

He’s a two position performer who will probably concentrate on mound duties PRE-MCNEESE: prepped at St. Louis High where he was a standout both in the field and on the mound...earned four letters in baseball and was selected to the all-district team four years in a row..played third base and pitched...also played football as a defensive end and earned all-district honors. OTHER: birthdate11/21/91...father (Todd, baseball) and mother (Cathy, basketball) were athletes at McNeese...brother Thad was on the team at UL Lafayette...Basic Studies

Tyler Erickson

Pitcher

L/L, 6-2, 165, Fr, HS, Lumberton, TX (Lumberton HS)

42

• played infield and also pitched at Lumberton High

Another rookie who will get in some pitching action this season, probably in relief PRE-MCNEESE: earned four letters and was named to the all-district team three years in a row as both a pitcher and a first baseman...named to the Taso all-star squad.... OTHER: birthdate 3/25/92....parents are Steve and Veronica Erickson....Communications major

Adam Duhon

Pitcher

43

R/R, 6-0, 180, So, 1L, Lake Charles, LA (Barbe HS)

• expected to see more mound action this year

Relief work will be his calling this season.... 2010: made three appearances and hurled 3.1 innings....struckout four batters PRE-MCNEESE: undefeated as a prep pitcher in senior year at Barbe High..went 8-0... played on state champions teams in 2006 and 2008...earned academic all-state honors OTHER: birthdate 4/1/90....Magna Cum Laude graduate...paraents are Danny and Addie Duhon...honor roll student in Mechanical Engineering McNeese Statistics Year G W L

GS GC

SV IP

H

R

ER

BB SO

ERA

‘10

0

0

3

3

3

0

8.10

3

0

0

0

3.1

4

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2010 Statistics

2010 McNeese State Baseball Game Results for McNeese State (as of Jun 01, 2010) (All games) Date

Feb 19, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 Feb 21, 2010 Feb 24, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 28, 2010 Mar 04, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 10, 2010 * Mar 12, 2010 * Mar 13, 2010 * Mar 14, 2010 * Mar 19, 2010 * Mar 21, 2010 * Mar 21, 2010 Mar 23, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 Mar 30, 2010 * Apr 01, 2010 * Apr 02, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 Apr 06, 2010 Apr 07, 2010 * 04/09/2010 * 04/10/2010 * 04/11/2010 Apr 14, 2010 * Apr 16, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 18, 2010 Apr 20, 2010 * Apr 23, 2010 * Apr 24, 2010 * Apr 25, 2010 Apr 28, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 01, 2010 May 05, 2010 * May 07, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 09, 2010 * May 15, 2010 * May 15, 2010 * May 16, 2010 May 18, 2010 * May 20, 2010 * May 21, 2010 * May 22, 2010 May 26, 2010 May 27, 2010 May 28, 2010 May 28, 2010

Opponent

VALPARAISO VALPARAISO VALPARAISO at #1 LSU at Louisiana Tech-1 at Louisiana Tech-2 at Louisiana Tech vs Dallas Baptist vs Penn State at Lamar NEW ORLEANS at Northwestern State at Northwestern State at Northwestern State SOUTHEASTERN LA SOUTHEASTERN LA SOUTHEASTERN LA ARKANSAS ARKANSAS TEXAS A&M-CC TEXAS A&M-CC TEXAS A&M-CC ULM at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Central Arkansas at Texas Southern PRAIRIE VIEW at Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State at Sam Houston State TEXAS SOUTHERN UT-ARLINGTON UT-ARLINGTON UT-ARLINGTON at Louisiana at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin at Stephen F. Austin at New Orleans LAMAR at Lamar-1 at Lamar-2 at ULM TEXAS STATE TEXAS STATE TEXAS STATE at UTSA-1 at UTSA-2 at UTSA LOUISIANA NICHOLLS STATE NICHOLLS STATE NICHOLLS STATE vs Southeastern La. vs Lamar vs Southeastern La. vs Lamar

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Score

Inns

Overall

Conference

7-6 8-2 12-0 1-2 19-12 7-8 5-8 1-2 6-12 12-9 12-11 2-9 10-7 6-16 5-6 2-9 4-3 2-3 6-7 11-10 13-12 12-2 13-1 12-8 12-5 7-6 15-3 13-4 14-1 1-7 3-6 12-2 9-4 3-13 3-9 2-5 1-2 6-10 15-7 14-13 7-3 6-3 5-3 16-8 1-13 5-2 3-6 10-11 10-11 6-7 5-4 3-15 14-13 7-10 8-7 7-10 5-4 3-9

9 9 7 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 9 (10) 9 9 (10) 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 (12) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 9 (10) 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9

1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 3-1-0 4-1-0 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-4-0 4-5-0 5-5-0 6-5-0 6-6-0 7-6-0 7-7-0 7-8-0 7-9-0 8-9-0 8-10-0 8-11-0 9-11-0 10-11-0 11-11-0 12-11-0 13-11-0 14-11-0 15-11-0 16-11-0 17-11-0 18-11-0 18-12-0 18-13-0 19-13-0 20-13-0 20-14-0 20-15-0 20-16-0 20-17-0 20-18-0 21-18-0 22-18-0 23-18-0 24-18-0 25-18-0 26-18-0 26-19-0 27-19-0 27-20-0 27-21-0 27-22-0 27-23-0 28-23-0 28-24-0 29-24-0 29-25-0 30-25-0 30-26-0 31-26-0 31-27-0

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

Pitcher of record

Dillon, J. (W 1-0) Davis, T. (W 1-0) Conrad, J. (W 1-0) Butler, Z. (L 0-1) Dillon, J. (W 2-0) Lloyd, D. (L 0-1) Conrad, J. (L 1-1) Lloyd, D. (L) Davis, T. (L 1-1) Conrad, J. (W 2-0) Sampere, R. (W 1-0) Lloyd, D. (L 0-1) Conrad, J. (W 3-1) Davis, T. (L 1-2) Lloyd, D. (L 0-4) Butler, Z. (L 0-2) Dillon, J. (W 3-0) Click, M. (L 0-1) Ducoff, T. (L 0-1) Sampere, R. (W 2-0) Click, M. (W 1-1) Butler, Z. (W 1-2) Davis, T. (W 2-2) Lloyd, D. (W 1-4) Dillon, J. (W 4-0) Click, M. (W 2-1) Parcell, P. (W 1-0) Ducoff, T. (W 1-1) Lloyd, D. (W 2-4) Davis, T. (L 2-3) Butler, Z. (L 1-3) Parcell, P. (W 2-0) Lloyd, D. (W 3-4) Click, M. (L 2-2) Davis, T. (L 2-4) Brown, T. (L 0-1) Click, M. (L 2-3) Parcell, P. (L 2-1) Dillon, J. (W 5-0) Olson, R. (W 1-0) Lloyd, D. (W 4-4) Dillon, J. (W 6-0) Davis, T. (W 3-4) Ducoff, T. (W 2-1) Lloyd, D. (L 4-5) Dillon, J. (W 7-0) Davis, T. (L 3-5) Click, M. (L 2-4) Click, M. (L 2-5) Davis, T. (L 3-6) Ducoff, T. (W 3-1) Lloyd, D. (L 4-6) Dillon, J. (W 8-0) Olson, R. (L 1-1) Davis, T. (W 4-6) Butler, Z. (L) Parcell, P. (W 3-1) Ducoff, T. (L 3-2)

Attend

Time

752 602 502 9801 1172 885 100 118 674 658 473 589 478 802 0 352 792 822 342 498 462 514 417 275 302 250 503 536 478 513 376 626 873 542 1938 186 365 214 227 608 712 479 638 532 351 190 190 162 754 504 513 613 343 0 0 0

2:59 2:45 1:45 2:30 3:25 3:15 2:47 2:44 2:30 2:58 3:28 2:51 3:29 2:53 2:35 2:28 2:47 2:50 3:13 3:27 3:25 2:12 2:43 3:18 3:26 2:50 2:35 2:35 2:00 2:05 2:29 2:27 2:50 2:49 2:35 2:55 3:14 2:39 3:05 3:20 2:34 2:33 3:01 3:33 1:53 2:33 2:26 3:12 4:00 2:33 2:30 2:38 3:31 2:55 2:49 2:56 2 hr

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Cowboy Diamond

Fans come out to see the Cowboys play under the lights and the largest crowds have been at night. The diamond was originially constructed in 1965 and was renovated when lights were added 13 years ago. Since then a new seated area has been constructed along with new dugouts and a pavilion has been added down the leftfield line. The stadium seats 2,000. The field is natural turf and the dimensions of the field are 330 down the lines, 375 to the power alleys and 400 to straight away center. (Cowboy Diamond’s largest crowds) 1. vs LSU May 2, 2000 2. vs LSU March 25, 1998 3. vs LSU April 21, 1993 4. vs UL Lafayette April 9, 2002 5. vs LSU March 21, 1990 6. vs UL Lafayette March 21, 1995

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The Southland Conference McNeese State is the longest standing member of the Southland Conference, the university having joined the league in 1972, nine years after it was founded. In the 39 years that the Cowboys have been members they have won three league titles (1988, 2000, 2006), two conference tournament crowns (2003, 1993) and have finished second three times, placing in the upper division a total of 17 times. The Cowboys have produced four Players of the Year, seven hitters of the year, five pitchers of the year, three newcomers of the year and three coaches of the year. SLC Player of the Year 1994 - Deron Hofstetter 1990 - Terry Burrows 1989 - Jeff Gremillion 1988 - Chip Stratton SLC Coach of the Year 2006 - Chad Clement 2000 - Mike Bianco 1988 - Tony Robichaux 1979 - Johnny Suydam SLC Pitcher of the Year 2006 - Danny Davis 2000 - Chris Howay 1995 - Jon Saylor 1990 - Terry Burrows SLC Hitter of the Year 2000 - Chris Williamson 1999 - Ben Broussard 1998 - Ben Broussard 1994 - Deron Hofstetter 1989 - Jeff Gremillion 1977 - Russell Conner 1973 - Paul Young SLC Newcomer of the Year 1996 - Mike Trahan 1994 - Jason LeCronier 1988 - Steve Boulet SLC Rookie of the Year 2005 - Bryan Cartie 2002 - Dooley Prince SLC Batting Leader 2001 - .415, Kevin Mitchell 1999 - .427, Ben Broussard 1994 - .403, Deron Hofstetter 1990 - .350, Brian Vidrine 1989 - .391, Jeff Gremillion 1988 - .391, Chip Stratton 1982 - .372, Roger Hickernell

SLC Home Run Leader 2010 - 17, Lee Orr 2001 - 19, Kevin Mitchell 1999 - 27, Ben Broussard 1995 - 15, Jason LeCronier 1994 - 16, Jason LeCronier 1991 - 12, Kurt Heble 1990 - 9, Lance Smith 1989 - 13, Jeff Gremillion 1988 - 17, Chip Stratton 1987 - 14, Kevin Newkirk SLC RBI Leader 2002 - 71, Tommy Eubanks 2000 - 70, Chris Williamson 1997 - 77, Ben Broussard 1994 - 67, Jason LeCronier 1993 - 55, Grier Jones 1989 - 50, Jeff Gremillion 1988 - 58, Chip Stratton SLC Triples Leader 2004 - 6, Chris Fontenot 2000 - 5, Chris Williamson 1998 - 9, Chris Schmitz 1997 - 8, Chris Schmitz 1996 - *12, Brig Taylor 1988 - 5, Jason Morvant 1983 - 5, Carl Grayson * - also led nation SLC Doubles Leader 2005 - 23, Bryan Cartie 1994 - 21, Jason LeCronier SLC Hits Leader 1994 - 81, Deron Hofstetter SLC Runs Scored Leader 2010 - 68, Jace Peterson 1999 - 74, Ben Broussard SLC Stolen Base Leader 2010 - 35, Jace Peterson 2006 - 24, Shon Landry 1991 - 28, Jason Morvant 1990 - 35, Jason Alleman SLC On-Base Leader 2006 - .489, Bryan Cartie SLC ERA Leader 2006 - 2.43, Danny Davis 1990 - 2.92, Terry Burrows SLC Pitching Victories Leader 1993 - 10, Greg Garner 1990 - 10, Terry Burrows 1988 - 9, Mark Bowling SLC Strikeout Leader 1990 - 116, Terry Burrows 1979 - 82, Ray Fontenot

THE COWBOYS HAVE ALSO LED THE SLC IN TEAM CATEGORIES - in the ‘90s McNeese led the SLC in pitching four times and in batting three times. SLC Team titles 2006: .395, On-base pct.; 142, Stolen Bases; 287, Walks 2000: .305, Hitting 1995: .312, Hitting; 3.08, Pitching 1994; .311, Hitting; 2.75, Pitching; .974, Fielding 1991: 3.00, Pitching 1990: 2.92, Pitching 1989: .314, Hitting; .958, Fielding 1981: 4.18, Pitching; .963, Fielding 1979: .287, Hitting; .958, Fielding

1993 - *Ryan Robertson, Clint Gould, Trent Bourque, Deron Hofstetter, Chris Mayfield, Greg Garner * - tournament MVP

THE COWBOYS HAVE TWO SLC TOURNAMENT TITLES TO THEIR CREDIT Since the conference went to a post season tournament in 1993, McNeese has two titles having won the crown in 2003 and in 1993 McNeese in SLC Tournament 2007: Lamar 12, McNeese 2 SFA 11, McNeese 3 2006: NW State 9. McNeese 1 UTA 5, McNeese 1 2003: McNeese 6, Lamar 4 McNeese 6, NW State 1 McNeese 12, UTA 3 UTA 12, McNeese 7 McNeese 14, UTA 0 2002: McNeese 7, La-Monroe 6 Lamar 4, McNeese 3 NW State 9, McNeese 2 2000: NW State 6, McNeese 4 S. Hou. 4, McNeese 3 (11) 1998: Nicholls 12, McNeese 9 S. Hou. 10, McNeese 5 1995: NE La. 4, McNeese 0 McNeese 7, NW St. 3 McNeese 4, UTA 2 NE La. 10, McNeese 5 1994: McNeese 9, NW St. 3 UTSA 10, McNeese 5 NW St. 6, McNeese 3 1993: McNeese 4, NW St. 2 McNeese 11, S. Hou. 1 McNeese 3, S. Hou. 2

Terry Burrows SLC Player of Year in 1990

McNeese SLC All-Tournament selections 2003 - *Rusty Begnaud, Tim Lemke, Dooley Prince, Lance Dawkins 2002 - Tommy Eubanks 2000 - Nolan Parker 1998 - Chris Schmitz 1995 - Danny Ardoin, Brett Elam, Curt Lowry, Russel Reeder 1994 - Damon Rapp, Jason LeCronier

Chip Stratton SLC Player of Year in 1988

Deron Hofstetter SLC Player of Year in 1994

Jeff Gremillion SLC Player of Year in 1989 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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Season by Season Year 2010 2009 2008 2007

Record 31-27 21-30 13-4 21-35

Conf 16-17 10-22 7-23 17-12 22-8

Conf/Finish SLC/6th SLC/10th SLC/10th SLC/5th Overall/ 2nd In SLC East SLC/1st

Coach Terry Burrows Terry Burrows Terry Burrows Chad Clement/ Chris Fackler Chad Clement

2006

35-20

2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995

23-31 24-29 31-30 30-28 29-25 39-20 31-25 30-26 19-32-1 23-31 41-16

12-15 11-16 12-15 15-12 12-15 20-7 12-15 13-10 11-19 10-20 17-6

SLC/7th SLC/7th SLC/6th SLC/5th SLC/7th SLC/1st SLC/8th SLC/3rd SLC/5th SLC/6th SLC / 2nd

Chad Clement Chad Clement Todd Butler Todd Butler Todd Butler Mike Bianco Mike Bianco Mike Bianco Jim Ricklefsen Jim Ricklefsen Jim Ricklefsen

1994

41-17

13-9

SLC / 4th

Tony Robichaux

All-Conference (first team only); All-American Jace Peterson (SS) Taylor Freeman (C), Shon Landry (SS), Lee Orr (OF, freshman all-American) Charlie Kingrey (OF), Bryan Cartie (3B) +Danny Davis (P), Charlie Kingrey (OF), Bryan Cartie (3B); Shon Landry (freshman all-American) Jacob Marceaux (P), @Bryan Cartie and Taylor Faul (freshman All-American) #(Rusty Begnaud - P) Ran Prince (C), @(Dooley Prince - OF) Kevin Mitchell (1B), ^Chris Williamson (1B), Stuart Landreneau (2b), +Chris Howay (P), Kevin Mitchell (DH) ^Ben Broussard (1B) ^Ben Broussard (1B), Tyson Switzenberg (2B), Chris Schmitz (OF) Mike Trahan (2B) +Jon Saylor (P), Danny Ardoin (C), Brett Elam (SS),Jason LeCronier (OF), Curt Lowry (OF), Ryan Robertson (DH) *^Deron Hofstetter (OF), Jason LeCronier (OF), Ryan Robertson (C), Clint Gould (1B), Trent Bourque (SS) Clint Gould (1B) Brad Holland (2B), Jason Morvant (3B) *Terry Burrows (P), Brian Vidrine (OF), Lance Smith (C) *^Jeff Gremillion (OF), Charles Phillips (2B) *Chip Stratton (1B), Charles Phillips (SS), Steve Boulet (OF),Mark Bowling (P) Charles Phillips (SS), Chris Fackler (3B) Mark Chapman (3B) Terry Bond (OF) David Perez (OF) Carl Grayson (OF), Roger Hickernell (SS) Kim Bryant (C), James Gallier (1B) Shanie Dugas (SS) Shanie Dugas (SS), Ray Fontenot (P), James Gallier (1B),Jim Young (OF) ^Russell Conner (OF), Keith Guthrie (1B) Nathan Fontenot (OF), Bill Simon (3B) Phillip Smith (1B), Neal Spencer (OF) Bill Simon (3B), ^Paul Young (OF) Neal Spencer (OF), Dick Morris (1B), Tom Crawford (SS) Tom Crawford (SS), Allan Ladd (P), Dick Morris (1B) Coco Rossitto (OF), Cecil Heard (3B) Gerald Andrus (OF) Bobby Barnes (P), Phil Culotta (2B), Jeep Colburn (Util.) Greg Dupin (Util.) Kirby Fontenot (Util.) Jim Blake (Util.), Ken Rabalais (Util.) Bob Gilmore (C), Ted Vallery (OF) Charles Stevenson (Inf.), Joe Kazmar (Inf), Don Barnett (OF), Jim Bischoff (P) Charles Stevenson (Inf.) *Amos Ivey (OF), Frank Glenn (OF) Amos Ivey (OF), Kenneth King (OF) James Moss (OF), Glen Luker (C), Charles Decker (P) *Charles Decker (P), Buck Fulco (SS), James Moss (OF), Glen Luker (C) Buck Fulco (SS) Buck Fulco (SS)

1993 38-23 14-10 SLC / 4th Tony Robichaux 1992 30-22 9-12 SLC / 4th Tony Robichaux 1991 34-18 4-11 SLC / 4th Tony Robichaux 1990 35-20 10-7 SLC / 3rd Tony Robichaux 1989 35-18 10-7 SLC / 3rd Tony Robichaux 1988 31-31 13-7 SLC / 1st Tony Robichaux 1987 19-28 7-9 SLC / 2nd Nolan Viator 1986 28-24 9-4 SLC / 3rd Triny Rivera 1985 21-24-1 7-6 SLC / 3rd Triny Rivera 1984 16-30 8-16 SLC / 4th Triny Rivera 1983 22-36 8-8 SLC / 3rd Triny Rivera 1982 28-26 11-5 SLC / 4th Triny Rivera 1981 26-31-1 1-15 SLC / 6th Triny Rivera 1980 21-20 7-8 SLC / 4th Johnny Suydam 1979 34-16 12-8 SLC / 3rd Johnny Suydam 1978 16-31 2-18 SLC / 6th Johnny Suydam 1977 19-26 8-7 SLC / 2nd Hubert Boales 1976 26-19-2 7-8 SLC / 3rd Hubert Boales 1975 16-26 5-10 SLC / 5th Hubert Boales 1974 21-24 10-5 SLC / 4th Hubert Boales 1973 15-16 5-7 SLC / 6th Hubert Boales 1972 22-15 Independent Hubert Boales 1971 20-18-1 11-11 GSC / 4th Hubert Boales 1970 19-17 14-10 GSC / 4th Hubert Boales 1969 19-16 14-10 GSC / 3rd Hubert Boales 1968 13-20-1 9-12-1 GSC / 4th Hubert Boales 1967 14-13-1 11-10-1 GSC / 3rd Desmond Jones 1966 5-21 5-17 GSC / 7th Desmond Jones 1965 7-23 4-16 GSC / 6th Ted Chapman 1964 8-18 4-12 GSC / 6th Ted Chapman 1963 9-17 8-12 GSC / 4th Ted Chapman 1962 14-14 10-9 GSC / 4th Ralph O. Ward 1961 21-12 12-7 GSC / 3rd Reed Stephens 1960 15-14 6-9 GSC / 5th Reed Stephens 1959 11-18 4-11 GSC / 6th Reed Stephens 1958 11-10 6-9 GSC / 6th Reed Stephens 1957 9-13 5-8 GSC / 4th Reed Stephens 1956 11-5 9-3 GSC / 1st Reed Stephens 1955 6-12 4-8 GSC / 6th Kenneth Bahnsen 1954 7-11 4-7 GSC / 5th Cliff Johnson 1953 1-13 9-9 GSC / 6th Cliff Johnson * - player of year + - pitcher of year ^-hitter of the year @freshman of the year

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McNeese Records BATTING At Bat Game: 10, Dick Morris vs ULL, 1971; 10, Jimmy Davis vs ULL, 1971 Season: 241, Tyson Switzenberg 1998 Career: 771, Ran Prince 2000-2003 Runs Scored Game: 5, Deron Hofstetter vs Baylor, 1994 Season: 74, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: 163, Stuart Landreneau 1997-2000 Hits Game: 6, Ran Prince vs Arkansas, 2002 Season: 90, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: 244, Charlie Kingrey 2004-2007 RBIs Game: 8, Ryan Robertson vs SFAustin 1994; 8, Kevin Mitchell vs SE Louisiana 2001 Season: 91, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: 174, Ben Broussard 1996-99 Home Runs Game: 3, Charles Wimberly vs Centenary 1968; 3, James Gallier vs Lamar, 1982; 3 Jeff Gremillion vs Stephen F. Austin 1989; 3, Ryan Robertson vs SF Austin 1994; 3, Ben Broussard vs Baylor 1999; 3, Steven Irvine vs Louisiana Tech 2010 Season: *27, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: 43, Ben Broussard 1996-99 Doubles Game: 3, by several Season: 23, Bryan Cartie, 2005 Career: 60, Bryan Cartie 2005-2007 Triples Game: 2, Lee Orr vs La Tech, 2009; 2, Kurt Heble vs Cameron State 1991; 2, Brandon Orlando vs Texas Southern 1995; 2 Brig Taylor vs Loyola 1996; 2, Dooley Prince vs SE Louisiana 2002 Season: *12, Brig Taylor 1996 Career: 17, Chris Schmitz 1997-98 Base on Balls Game: 4, Bryan Cartie vs LeMoyne 2007; 4, Clint Gould vs UT San Antonio, 1993 Season: 62, Clint Gould, 1993 Hit by Pitch Game: 3, Therrance Chretien vs UT San Antonio 1999; 3, Doug Cormier vs UT San Antonio 1999; 3, Dooley Prince vs UT Pan American and vs Arkansas , 2002; Season: 20, Dooley Prince 2002 Career: 32, Dooley Prince 2002-2003 Stolen Bases Game: 5, Lee Orr vs C. Arkansas 2009; 5, Deron Hofstetter vs UT San Antonio, 1993; 5, Ran Prince vs Nicholls State 2003 Season: 35, Jace Peterson, 2010; 35, Jason Alleman 1990 Career: 69, Jason Morvant 1988-91; 69, Ran Prince 2000-2003 Grand Slam Home Runs Game: 1, Bryn Thompson vs Central Arkansas, 4/2/2010; 1, (Ryan Brauninger vs Lamar 2008; Mace Hebert vs La-Monroe 2008; Brad Becker vs La-Monroe 2007; Charlie Kingrey vs UT Arlington 2006; Taylor Faul vs Prairie View, 2005; Dustin Smith vs South Alabama, 2004; Dooley Prince vs

Ben Broussard vs Louisiana Tech (twice), Indiana State, SE Louisiana, 1999; Stuart Landreneau vs Texas State, 1999; David Waggoner, 1998; Shane Heinen 1998; Doug Cormier 1998; Mike Trahan twice in 1996; Brig Taylor 1996; Shane Heinen 1996; David Ackal 1995; Rico Gholsten vs Sothern 1991; Rico Gholsten vs Lamar 1991; Scott Hiers vs Texas Wesleyan 1991; Charlie Phillips vs SFA 1990; Tyler Todd vs SE Louisiana 1990; Kip Manuel twice in 1989; Paul Welsh 1989; Paul Welsh 1988; Chip Stratton 1988; Randy Habetz 1988; David Hartman vs UTA 1983; Mike Prouse vs UNO 1983; Keith Woods vs Houston 1978; Russell Conner 1977; Russell Conner 1977; Keith Guthrie vs NW State 1976; Charlie Powell vs USL 1972; Howard Schmitt 1960) Season: *4, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: 4, Ben Broussard Inside the park Home Run Dustin Smith vs UT Arlington, 2004 Batting Average Season: 431, Amos Ivey 1959 Career: .369, Amos Ivey 1958-60 Slugging Pct. Season: .915, Ben Broussard 1999 Career: .722, Ben Broussard 1996-99 Total Bases Game: 14, Kevin Mitchell vs SE Louisiana 2001 Season: 193, Ben Broussard 1999 Hitting Streak 24, Joe Hulett 2007 Home Runs in a Single Inning 2, Shane Heinen vs Southwest Texas 1999 Put outs Game: 23, Kevin Mitchell vs SE Louisiana 2001 Season: 460, Jeremy Troutman, 1997 Assists Game:10, Brian Bernhardt vs Arkansas State 2003 Season: 157, Brian Bernhardt 2003 PITCHING Appearances Season: 31, Chad Clement, 1995 Career: *101, Danny Davis 2004-2007 Complete Games Season: 11, Ray Fontenot 1978 Career: *29, Ray Fontenot 1976-79 Innings Pitched Game: 17, Allan Ladd vs USL 1971 Season: 125.2, Chris Howay 2000 Career: 347.2,Chris Denton 2003-2007 Strikeouts Seven Inning Game: 15, Ray Fontenot vs La. College 1979; 15, Terry Burrows vs La. College 1989 Nine Inning Game: 19, Terry Burrows vs USL 1990 Season: 116, Terry Burrows 1990 Career: 299, Jared Gothreaux 1999-2002 No-Hit Games Season: Chris Howay vs Sam Houston 2001; Chuck Richardson vs Wisconsin-Stevens Point 1973; Kenny LeBleu vs La Tech 1971; Bobby Barnes vs ULL 1967

Shutouts Season: 3, several Career: *9, Ray Fontenot 1976-79 Victories Season: 11, Chris Howay 2000 Career: 28, Jared Gothreaux 1999-2002 Lowest ERA Season: 1.02, Ray Fontenot 1976 Career: 2.00, Roy Armstrong 1968-69 Consecutive Scoreless Innings Season: 23, Terry Burrows 1989 Saves Season: 9, Matt Click, 2010; 9, Jon Saylor 1994 Career: 17, Chad Clement 1992-95 TEAM Runs Inning: 12 vs Southwest Texas 1999 Game: 25 vs Southwest Texas 1999 Season: 462 (1998) Hits Game: 26 vs Delaware State 2003 Season: 620 (2002) Stolen Bases Game: 9 vs New York Tech, 1993; 9 vs Prairie View, 1993 Season: 154 (1993) Home Runs Inning: 3, vs Southwest Texas 1999 Game: 8 vs Louisiana Tech, 2010 Season: 81, 1999 Double Plays Game: 5 vs USL, 1995; 5 vs Nicholls St., 2005 Season: 58 (1993) Consecutive Wins Season: 11 in 1988 and 1989 Consecutive Conference Wins Season: 12 in 2006 Batting Average Season: .316 (2009) Doubles Game: 8 vs Arkansas (2002); 8 vs Delaware State (2003) Season: 120 (1994) Triples: Game: *5 vs Southern 1991 Season: 31 (2004) Triple Play Game: 1 vs Northwestern University, 2001; 1 vs Louisiana Tech 2004 (Walt Nolen - P - to Shawn Yarbrough - SS - , Owen Clanton - 1B); 1 vs Texas State (May 8, 2010) - Steve Irvine to Matt Fonrtenot to Bryn Thompson Pitching Shutouts Season: 7 (1979) Hit by Pitch Game: 9 vs Prairie View, 2010 Games Won Season: 41 in 1994; 41 in 1995 SLC Games Won Season: 22 by the 2006 team Longest Game 23 innings: 1971, USL 6, McNeese 5 * - also a conference record

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Year by Year Leaders BATTING AVERAGE ‘10: .353, Jace Peterson ‘09: .366, Jace Peterson ‘08: .372, Taylor Freeman ‘07: .360, Charlie Kingrey ‘06: .339, Bryan Cartie ‘05: .348, Bryan Cartie ‘04: .328 Charlie Kingrey ‘03: .340, Dooley Prince ‘02: .360, Ran Prince ‘01: .415, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: .386, Chris Williamson ‘99: .438, Ben Broussard ‘98: .385, Ben Broussard ‘97: .322, Tyson Switzenberg ‘96: .344, Mike Trahan ‘95: .366, Curt Lowry ‘94: .403, Deron Hofstetter ‘93: .341, Deron Hofstetter ‘92: .315, Rico Gholston ‘91: .357, Bubba Thurman ‘90: .350, Brian Vidrine ‘89: .390, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: .391, Steve Boulet ‘87: .397, Chip Stratton ‘86: .335, Kenny Miller ‘85: .337, Terry Bond ‘84: .315, Billy Bryant ‘83: .326, David Perez ‘82: .372, Roger Hickernell ‘81: .358, Roger Hickernell ‘80: .327, Shanie Dugas ‘79: .372, Jim Young ‘78: .324, David Ortego ‘77: .358, Russell Conner ‘76: .303, Rodney Paulette ‘75: .366, Bill Simon ‘74: .326, Neal Spencer ‘73: .354, Paul Young ‘72: .357, Dick Morris ‘71: .314, Neal Spencer ‘70: .301, Jimmy Davis ‘69: .333, Coco Rossitto ‘68: .311, Gerald Andrus ‘67: .288, Phil Cullota ‘66: .289, Glen Montreuil ‘65: .272, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: .315, Jim Blake ‘63: .277, Ted Vallery ‘62: .349, Ted Vallery ‘61: .388, Don Barnett ‘60: .310, Clive Gustine ‘59: .431, Amos Ivey ‘58: .407, Amos Ivey ‘57: .304, James Moss ‘56: .350, James Moss ‘55: .254, Jerry Hamilton ‘54: .282, Ted Chapman ‘53: .255, Ted Chapman HOME RUNS ‘10: 17, Lee Orr ‘09: 15, Lee Orr ‘08: 8, Taylor Freeman ‘07: 15, Charlie Kingrey ‘06: 9, Charlie Kingrey ‘05: 6, Taylor Faul 6, Chad Carnahan ‘04: 6, Charlie Kingery ‘03: 14, Tim Lemke ‘02: 12, Tim Lemke ‘01: 19, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 13, Chris Williamson ‘99: 27, Ben Broussard ‘98: 16, Ben Broussard ‘97: 8, Mike Trahan ‘96: 10, Mike Trahan ‘95: 15, Jason LeCronier

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‘94: 16, Jason LeCronier ‘93: 10, Clint Gould ‘92: 12, Rico Gholston ‘91: 13, Kurt Heble ‘90: 9, Lance Smith ‘89: 13, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: 17, Chip Stratton ‘87: 14, Kevin Newkirk ‘86: 8, Kenny Miller ‘85: 9, several ‘84: 7, Terry Bond ‘83: 7, Todd Griffin ‘82: 7, Lud Henry ‘81: 13, Kim Bryant ‘80: 7, Kim Bryant ‘79: 11, Shanie Dugas ‘78: 5, Jim Young ‘77: 12, Russell Conner ‘76: 5, Philip Smith ‘75: 3, several ‘74: 6, Philip Smith ‘73: 3, several ‘72: 7, Tom Crawford ‘71: 5, Gary Anderson ‘70: 8, Dick Morris ‘69: 4, several ‘68: 5, Charles Wimberly ‘67: 3, several ‘66: 2, several ‘65: 3, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: 3, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 2, Ted Vallery ‘62: 5, Lenny Kahn ‘61: 5, Don Barnett ‘60: 4, Charles Stevenson ‘59: 7, Charles Stevenson ‘58: 3, Gene Gibson ‘57: 3, James Moss ‘56: 3, Robert Morris ‘55: 1, several ‘54: 3, Ted Chapman ‘53: 1, Lou Cosco RUNS BATTED IN ‘10: 64, Steven Irvine ‘09: 57, Lee Orr ‘08: 52, Taylor Freeman ‘07: 47, Charlie Kingrey ‘06: 51, Charlie Kingrey ‘05: 38, Charlie Kingrey ‘04: 34, Charlie Kingrey ‘03: 55, Tommy Eubanks ‘02: 71, Tommy Eubanks ‘01: 64, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 70, Chris Williamson ‘99: 91, Ben Broussard ‘98: 77, Ben Broussard ‘97: 38, Chris Schmitz ‘96: 53, Mike Trahan ‘95: 51, Jason LeCronier ‘94: 67, Jason LeCronier ‘93: 55, Grier Jones ‘92: 49, Rico Gholston ‘91: 44, Rico Gholston ‘90: 42, Lance Smith ‘89: 50, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: 58, Chip Stratton ‘87: 40, Chip Stratton ‘86: 37, Joe Pantoja ‘85: 37, Terry Bond ‘84: 28, Terry Bond ‘83: 33, Mark Chapman ‘82: 34, Lud Henry ‘81: 45, Kim Bryant ‘80: 32, Shanie Dugas ‘79: 40, Jim Young ‘78: 23, several ‘77: 40, Russell Conner

Taylor Freeman ‘76: 25, several ‘75: 26, Bill Simon ‘74: 31, Philip Smith ‘73: 19, Paul Young ‘72: 27, Tom Crawford ‘71: 23, Dick Morris ‘70: 23, Dick Morris ‘69: 20, Dick Morris ‘68: 23, Charles Wimberly ‘67: 12, George Colburn ‘66: 8, Tom LeBlanc ‘65: 11, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: 12, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 13, Ted Vallery ‘62: 19, Joe Kazmar ‘61: 25, Don Barnett ‘60: 18, Charles Stevenson ‘59: 29, Charles Stevenson ‘58: 21, Kenneth King ‘57: 14, James Moss ‘56: 17, James Moss ‘55: 14, Jerry Hamilton ‘54: 14, Ted Chapman ‘53: 8, several BASE HITS ‘10: 85, Steven Irvine ‘09: 62, Taylor Freeman 62, Sam Merrill ‘08: 67, Taylor Freeman ‘07: 69, Bryan Cartie ‘06: 67, Charlie Kingrey ‘05: 73, Bryan Cartie ‘04: 65, Dustin Smith ‘03: 82, Dooley Prince ‘02: 81, Ran Prince ‘01: 80, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 81, Chris Williamson ‘99: 90, Ben Broussard ‘98: 89, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 58, Mike Trahan ‘96: 62, Mike Trahan ‘95: 74, Curt Lowry ‘94: 81, Deron Hofstetter ‘93: 71, Deron Hofstetter ‘92: 53, Rico Gholston ‘91: 59, Kurt Heble ‘90: 53, Lance Smith ‘89: 66, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: 59, Chip Stratton 59, Steve Boulet ‘87: 54, Chip Stratton ‘86: 61, Kenny Miller ‘85: 52, Terry Bond ‘84: 41, several ‘83: 47, Mark Chapman

‘82: 64, Roger Hickernell ‘81: 66, Roger Hickernell ‘80: 42, Joey Armentor ‘79: 61, Jim Young ‘78: 44, Joey Armentor ‘77: 54, Russell Conner ‘76: 47, Rodney Paulette ‘75: 48, Bill Simon ‘74: 47, Neal Spencer ‘73: 35, Paul Young ‘72: 40, Dick Morris ‘71: 40, Gary Anderson ‘70: 38, Tom Crawford ‘69: 28, several ‘68: 33, Gerald Andrus ‘67: 25, George Colburn ‘66: 24, Glenn Montreuil ‘65: 23, Johnny Hunter ‘64: 18, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 19, Jim Blake ‘62: 30, Barney Bridges ‘61: 40, Don Barnett ‘60: 27, Amos Ivey ‘59: 47, Amos Ivey ‘58: 35, Amos Ivey ‘57: 21, James Moss ‘56: 21, James Moss ‘55: 18, Jerry Hamilton ‘54: 22, Ted Chapman ‘53: 13, several RUNS SCORED ‘10: 68, Jace Peterson ‘09: 52, Lee Orr ‘08: 42, Shon Landry ‘07: 43, Charlie Kingrey ‘06: 53, Bryan Cartie ‘05: 51, Bryan Cartie ‘04: 49, Brian Bernhardt ‘03: 48, Tommy Eubanks ‘02: 51, Ran Prince ‘01: 48, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 61, Chris Williamson ‘99: 74, Ben Broussard ‘98: 69, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 37, Mike Trahan ‘96: 45, Brig Taylor ‘95: 53, Curt Lowry ‘94: 52, Deron Hofstetter 52. Jason LeCronier ‘93: 52, Deron Hofstetter ‘92: 40, Chris Mayfield ‘91: 36, Kurt Heble ‘90: 35, Jason Alleman ‘89: 47, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: 43, Chip Stratton ‘87: 48, Kevin Newkirk ‘86: 45, Kenny Miller ‘85: 34, Terry Bond ‘84: 27, Jim Ricklefsen ‘83: 30, David Mees ‘82: 35, James Gallier ‘81: 34, Kim Bryant ‘80: 31, Shanie Dugas ‘79: 39, Shanie Dugas ‘78: 29, Shanie Dugas ‘77: 34, several ‘76: 27, several ‘75: 21, Tom Stelly ‘74: 25, Philip Smith ‘73: 22, Paul Young ‘72: 27, Tony Niel ‘71: 22, Dick Morris ‘70: 21, Tom Crawford ‘69: 23, Tom Crawford ‘68: 19, Paul Young ‘67: 18, George Colburn

‘66: 14, Glenn Montreuil ‘65: 13, several ‘64: 10, Tom Barousse ‘63: 10, several ‘62: 22, Bob Gilmore ‘61: 29, Don Barnett ‘60: 21, Charles Stevenson ‘59: 35, Amos Ivey ‘58: 25, Amos Ivey ‘57: 15, Gene Gibson ‘56: 20, Ronnie Dees ‘55: 11, Ted Chapman ‘54: 15, Anthony Fulco ‘53: 8, Ted Chapman DOUBLES ‘10: 17, Blake Ellender ‘09: 13, Ryan Brauninger, Taylor Freeman, Sam Merrill :08: 20, Taylor Freeman ‘07: 20, Bryan Cartie ‘06: 17, Bryan Cartie ‘05: 23, Bryan Cartie ‘04: 16, Dustin Smith 16, Brian Bernhardt ‘03: 20, Ran Prince ‘02: 20, Ran Prince ‘01: 20, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 17, Nolan Parker ‘99: 14, Ben Broussard ‘98: 17, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 16, Mark Selway ‘96: 17, Mike Trahan ‘95: 12, Jason LeCronier ‘94: 21, Jason LeCronier ‘93: 14, Grier Jones ‘92: 11, Brad Holland ‘91: 11, several ‘90: 12, Chris Fackler ‘89: 14, Charlie Phillips ‘88: 13, Steve Boulet ‘87: 13, Charlie Phillips ‘86: 11, Chip Stratton ‘85: 12, Joe Pantoja ‘84: 10, Dino Pucci ‘83: 9, David Hartman ‘82: 10, Billy Bryant ‘81: 9, Lud Henry ‘80: 12, several ‘79: 9, Shanie Dugas ‘78: 12, Rodney Caldwell ‘77: 11, Keith Woods ‘76: 11, Russell Conner ‘75: 13, Rodney Paulette ‘74: 7, Bill Simon ‘73: 8, Philip Smith ‘72: 5, Paul Young ‘71: 8, Tony Niel ‘70: 11, Tom Crawford ‘69: 8, Jimmy Davis ‘68: 8, Coco Rossitto ‘67: 6, Coco Rossitto ‘66: 4, Dickie Wicks ‘65: 4, Glen Montreuil ‘64: 4, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 4, Jerry Swinson ‘62: 7, Joe Kazmar ‘61: 6, Barney Bridges ‘60: 7, Charles Stevenson ‘59: 5, several ‘58: 2, Amos Ivey ‘57: 4, several ‘56: ‘55: 7, Anthony Fulco ‘54: 3, Ted Chapman ‘53: 4, Woody Watson


Year by Year Leaders TRIPLES ‘10 5, Seth Granger ‘09: 4 Lee Orr, Nick Eubanks ‘08: 3, several ‘07: 4, Shon Landry ‘06: 4, Shon Landry ‘05: 2, several ‘04: 6, Chris Fontenot ‘03: 4, Tommy Eubanks ‘02: 6, Dooley Prince ‘01: 4, Ran Prince ‘00: 5, Chris Williamson ‘99: 4, Ben Broussard ‘98: 9, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 8, Chris Schmitz ‘96: 12, Brig Taylor ‘95: 6, Danny Ardoin ‘94: 4, Jason LeCronier ‘93: 4, Mike Pierce ‘92: 3, Mike Angelo ‘91: 3, several ‘90: 3, Brian Vidrine ‘89: 4, Shon Shelton ‘88: 5, Jason Morvant ‘87: 2, several ‘86: 2, Kevin Newkirk ‘85: 2, Terry Bond ‘84: 3, several ‘83: 5, Carl Grayson ‘82: 6, Roger Hickernell ‘81: 5, Roger Hickernell ‘80: 2, several ‘79: 2, Jim Young ‘78: 2, Keith Woods ‘77: 2, several ‘76: 3, Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘75: 2, Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘74: 2, Tom Stelly ‘73: 2, Neal Spencer ‘72: 3, Tony Niel ‘71: 6, Neal Spencer ‘70: 2, several ‘69: 2, Paul Young ‘68: 3, Coco Rossitto ‘67: 1, several ‘66: 2, Glenn Montreuil ‘65: 2, several ‘64: 1, several ‘63: 2, several ‘62: 2, Joe Kazmar ‘61: 2, several ‘60: 1, several ‘59: 2, Amos Ivey ‘58: 2, several ‘57: none ‘56: 1, several ‘55: 1, several ‘54: 1, several ‘53: none STOLEN BASES ‘10: 35, Jace Peterson ‘09: 18, Lee Orr ‘08: 8, Mace Hebert ‘07: 24, Bryan Cartie ‘06: 24, Shon Landry ‘05: 13, Chris Fontenot ‘04: 19, Dustin Smith ‘03: 25, Dooley Prince 25, Ran Prince ‘02: 25, Ran Prince ‘01: 19, Doug Cormier ‘00: 17, Jason Keiser ‘99: 10, several ‘98: 6, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 15, Lash Chretien ‘96: 23, Jeremy Duvall ‘95: 25, Curt Lowry

‘94: 15, Curt Lowry ‘93: 26, Deron Hofstetter 26, Mike Pierce ‘92: 23, Chris Mayfield ‘91: 28, Jason Morvant ‘90: 35, Jason Alleman ‘89: 15, Seve Boulet ‘88: 13, Paul Welsh ‘87: 5, Terry Bond ‘86: 22, Kenny Miller ‘85: 11, Jim Ricklefsen ‘84: 10, Jim ricklefsen ‘83: 18, David Perez ‘82: 24, Carl Grayson ‘81: 10, Roger Hickernell ‘80: 12, Joey Armentor ‘79: 15, Joey Armentor ‘78: 15, Joey Armentor ‘77: 8, Joey Armentor ‘76: 16, Bill Simon ‘75: 10, several ‘74: 11, Neal Spencer ‘73: 4, several 72: 17, Tony Niel 71: 16, Tony Niel ‘70: 13, Eddie Price ‘69: 6, Paul Young ‘68: 10, Paul Young ‘67: 8, Phil Culotta ‘66: 4, several ‘65: 17, Johnny Hunter ‘64: 7, Johnny Hunter ‘63: 10, Johnny Hunter ‘62: 7, Dickie Carr ‘61: 9, Charles Stevenson ‘60: 11, Amos Ivey ‘59: 9, Charles Stevenson ‘58: 10, Amos Ivey ‘57: .6, Robert Morris ‘56: 11, Ronnie Dees ‘55: 7, Kenneth King ‘54: 7, Leto Comeaux

AT BATS ‘10: 243, Steven Irvine ‘09: 207, Steven Irvine ‘08: 221, Shon Landry ‘07: 201, Joe Hulett ‘06: 198, Charlie Kingrey ‘05: 210, Bryan Cartie ‘04: 219, Dustin Smith ‘03: 252, Tommy Eubanks ‘02: 248, Tommy Eubanks ‘01: 193, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 226, Stuart Landreneau ‘99: 228, Stuart Landreneau ‘98: 241, Tyson Switzenberg ‘97: 193, Mark Selway ‘96: 200, Todd Stanley ‘95: 202, Curt Lowry ‘94: 205, Jason Lecronier ‘93: 208, Deron Hofstetter ‘92: 168, Rico Gholston ‘91: 173, Kurt Heble ‘90: 173, Lance Smith ‘89: 188, Steven Boulet ‘88: 168, Jason Morvant ‘87: 158, Chris Fackler ‘86: 182, Kenny Miller ‘85: 154, Terry Bond ‘84: 145, Jim Ricklefsen, Mark Champman ‘83: 170, Billy Bryant ‘82: 172, Roger Hickernell ‘81: 185, Roger Hickernell ‘80: 149, Joey Armentor ‘79: 165, Joey Armentor ‘78: 168, Joey Armentor

‘77: 151, Russell Conner ‘76: 160, Tom Stelly ‘75: 137, Nathan Fontenot ‘74: 175, Neal Spencer ‘73: 99, Jim Young ‘72: 126, Tony Niel ‘71: 136, Gary Anderson ‘70: 128, Tom Crawford ‘69: 106, Gary Anderson ‘68: 107, Paul Young ‘67: 90, George Colburn ‘66: 83, Glenn Montreuil ‘65: 89, Johnny Hunter ‘64: 80, Johnny Hunter ‘63: 83, Jimmy Blake ‘62: 97, Dickie Carr ‘61: 106, Charles Stevenson ‘60: 100, Amos Ivey ‘59: 117, Henry Meacham ‘58: 86, Amos Ivey ‘57: ‘56: 74, Robert Morris ‘55: ‘54: 79, Leto Comeaux ‘53: 60, Leto Comeaux TOTAL BASES ‘10: 138, Steven Irvine ‘09: 123, Lee Orr ‘08: 115, Taylor Freeman ‘07: 127, Charlie Kingrey ‘06: 110, Charlie Kingrey ‘05: 104, Bryan Cartie ‘04: 99, Charlie Kinglrey ‘03: 140, Tommy Eubanks ‘02: 131, Ran Prince ‘01: 157, Kevin Mitchell ‘00: 145, Chris Williamson ‘99: 193, Ben Broussard ‘98: 163, Chris Schmitz ‘97: 101, Mike Trahan ‘96: 113, Mike Trahan ‘95: 117, Jason Lecronier ‘94: 146, Jason Lecronier ‘93: 92, Deron Hofstetter ‘92: 97, Rico Gholston ‘91: 115, Kurt Heble ‘90: 91, Lance Smith ‘89: 117, Jeff Gremillion ‘88: 123, Chip Stratton ‘87: 103, Chip Stratton ‘86: 93, Kenny Miller ‘85: 91, Terry Bond ‘84: 62, David Hartman ‘83: 70, Billy Bryant, 70 Mark Chapman ‘82: 85, Roger Hickernell ‘81: 100, Kim Bryant ‘80: 69, Shanie Dugas ‘79: 95, Shanie Dugas ‘78: 67, Keith Woods ‘77: 101, Russell Conner ‘76: 66, Rodney Paulette ‘75: 58, Bill Simon ‘74: 79, Philip Smith ‘73: 51, Jim Young ‘72: 66, Dick Morris ‘71: 61, Gary Anderson ‘70: 57, Dick Morris ‘69: 50, Coco Rossitto ‘68: 98, Gary Anderson; 98, Charles Wimberly ‘67: 37, George Colburn ‘66: 36, Glenn Montreuil ‘65: 34, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: 27, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 28, Joe Kazmar

‘62: 42, Bob Gilmore ‘61: 62, Don Barnett ‘60: 38, Charles Stevenson ‘59: 67, Amos Ivey ‘58: 45, Amos Ivey ‘57: ‘56: 33, Robert Morris ‘55: ‘54: 34, Ted Chapman ‘53: 17, Lou Cosco PITCHING RECORD ‘10: 8-0, Jaden Dillon ‘09: 4-3, Tyler Davis ‘08: 3-9, Tyler Davis ‘07: 6-6, Chris Denton ‘06: 8-0, Danny Davis 05: 6-5, Jacob Marceaux ‘04: 6-5, Rusty Begnaud ‘03: 8-4, Rusty Begnaud ‘02: 9-6, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 6-4, Jared Gothreaux ‘00: 11-2, Chris Howay ‘99: 6-1, Jason Ryan ‘98: 9-5, Butch Millet ‘97: 5-5, Jon Wente ‘96: 4-5, Jason Hubbard ‘95: 9-4, Jon Saylor ‘94: 10-3, Russel Reeder ‘93: 10-5, Greg Garner ‘92: 5-1, Hud Jackson ‘91: 7-3, Garth Buresh ‘90: 10-3, Terry Burrows ‘89: 7-1, Bubba Savell ‘88: 9-5, Mark Bowling ‘87: 4-3, Ramon O’Neill ‘86: 8-4, Scott Richard ‘85: 4-4, Jon Miller ‘84: 4-5, Joey Bourgeois ‘83: 8-2, Wayne Bennett ‘82: 7-4, Ben Berwick ‘81: 7-4, Rodney Fausett ‘80: 7-5, John Scroggins ‘79: 7-2, Ray Fontenot ‘78: 8-6, Ray Fontenot ‘77: 6-5, Ray Fontenot ‘76: 5-1, Chuck Richardson ‘75: 6-6, Mike Croker ‘74: 7-2, Mike Croker ‘73: 5-3, Jim Stanley ‘72: 8-3, Jim Stanley ‘71: 6-5, Jim Stanley ‘70: 9-5, Allan Ladd ‘69: 5-3, Kenny LeBleu ‘68: 5-3, Roy Armstrong ‘67: 6-3, Bobby Barnes ‘66: 2-3, Kenny Vidrine ‘65: 3-4, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: 4-2, Carl Lucynski ‘63: 3-4, Ken Rabalais ‘62: 3-0, Bennie Hickman ‘61: 5-2, Jim Bischoff ‘60: 7-6, Billy Johnston ‘59: 5-4, Billy Johnston ‘58: 7-4, Charles Decker ‘57: 3-7, Charles Decker ‘56: 8-2, Charles Decker ‘55: 3-5, Thomas Mixon ‘54: 5-4, Harry Wille ‘53: 1-7, M. J. Barr EARNED RUN AVERAGE ‘10: 4.61, Jaden Dillon ‘09: 5.36, Scott Holstein ‘08: 4.45, Justin LeBleu ‘07: 3.58, Chris Denton

‘06: 2.43, Danny Davis 05: 3.05, Jacob Marceaux ‘04: 4.32, Chris Denton ‘03: 3.14, Rusty Begnaud ‘02: 4.42, Seth LaStrapes ‘01: 3.15, Jarrod Portie ‘00: 3.65, Chris Howay ‘99: 4.31, Jason Ryan ‘98: 3.62, Chris Ashorn ‘97: 3.67, Pat McLendon ‘96: 5.49, John Portie ‘95: 1.97, Chad Clement ‘94: 2.81, Brian Lott ‘93: 2.15, Trey Marik ‘92: 3.15, Hud Jackson ‘91: 2.70, Garth Buresh ‘90: 1.58, Terry Burrows ‘89: 3.11, Shelby Shaw ‘88: 2.99, Dennis Slack ‘87: 3.93, Johnny Comeaux ‘86: 4.22, Jon Miller ‘85: 4.00, Jon Miller ‘84: 4.12, Johnny Comeaux ‘83: 2.17, Wayne Bennett ‘82: 3.66, Ben Berwick ‘81: 3.72, Nick Doucet ‘80: 3.72, Jon Scroggins ‘79: 2.97, Ray Fontenot ‘78: 3.69, Ray Fontenot ‘77: 3.35, Jan Peebles ‘76: 1.02, Ray Fontenot ‘75: 2.35, Mike Croker ‘74: 2.11, Mike Croker ‘73: 2.96, Martin Byrley ‘72: 1.80, Jim Stanley ‘71: 2.43, Allan Ladd ‘70: 2.25, Allan Ladd ‘69: 1.96, Roy Armstrong ‘68: 2.25, Roy Armstrong ‘67: 1.63, Bobby Barnes ‘66: 2.43, Bobby Barnes ‘65: 3.23, Kirby Fontenot ‘64: 2.53, Carl Lucynski ‘63: 3.06, Joe Kazmar ‘62: 2.84, Bennie Hickman ‘61: 2.57, Jim Bischoff ‘60: 3.59, Billy Johnston ‘59: 3.39, Billy Johnston ‘58: 3.72, Billy Johnston ‘57: 3.89, Charles Decker ‘56: 2.17, Charles Decker ‘55: 2.56, Kenneth King ‘54: 3.12, Harry Willie ‘53: 4.95, Edgar Landry

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Year by Year Leaders INNINGS PITCHED ‘10: 90.1, Dustin Lloyd ‘09: 69.0, Matt Click ‘08: 91.1, Tyler Davis ‘07: 104.2, Derek Blacksher ‘06: 98.2, Derek Blacksher ‘05: 100.1, Jacob Marceaux ‘04: 93.2, Chris Denton ‘03: 117.1, Rusty Begnaud ‘02: 97.2, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 89.1, Jared Gothreaux ‘00: 125.2, Chris Howay ‘99: 90.0, Kevin Sprague ‘98: 97.2, Kevin Sprague ‘97: 119.0, Jon Wente ‘96: 75.2, Jason Hubbard ‘95: 95.0, Jon Saylor ‘94: 104.1, Bob Howry ‘93: 96.1, Jason Gunter ‘92: 76.2, Scott Hiers ‘91: 103.0, Shelby Shaw ‘90: 96.1, Terry Burrows ‘89: 70.2, Steve Ferguson ‘88: 100.1, Mark Bowling ‘87: 55.0, Jon Miller ‘86: 76.2, Jon Miller ‘85: 63.2, Wayne Bennett ‘84: 75.0, Wayne Bennett ‘83: 86.1, Mark Prouse ‘82: 66.2, Ben Berwick ‘81: 60.1, Butch Dowies ‘80: 89.1, John Scroggins ‘79: 78.0, John Scroggins ‘78: 82.2, Ray Fontenot ‘77: 63.0, Mike Croker ‘76: 77.1, Mike Croker ‘75: 80.1, Mike Croker ‘74: 79.2, Jim Mallory ‘73: 66.0, Jim Stanley ‘72: 80.0, Bobby Broussard ‘71: 81.1, Allan Ladd ‘70: 100.0, Allan Ladd ‘69: 87.0, Roy Armstrong ‘68: 65.0, Bobby Barnes ‘67: 71.2, Bobby Barnes ‘66: 40.1, Robert Babineaux ‘65: 55.1, Ken Rabalais ‘64: 35.0, Ken Walters ‘63: 54.1, Bennie Hickman ‘62: 55.2, Jim Bischoff ‘61: 51.0, Thomas Mixon ‘60: 87.2, Billy Johnston ‘59: 84.0, Billy Johnston ‘58: 77.1, Charles Decker ‘57: 87.0, Charles Decker ‘56: 74.2, Thomas Mixon ‘55: 74.0, Harry Willie ‘54: 53.1, M. J. Barr STRIKEOUTS ‘10: 84, Dustin Lloyd ‘09: 46, Matt Click ‘08: 81, Tyler Davis ‘07: 86, Derek Blacksher ‘06: 79, Derek Blacksher 05: 105, Jacob Marceaux ‘04: 84, Chris Denton ‘03: 86, Rusty Begnaud ‘02: 90, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 80, Chris Howay ‘00: 82, Chris Howay ‘99: 76, Kevin Sprague ‘98: 96, Kevin Sprague ‘97: 88, Jim Serrano ‘96: 70, Mike McKinlay ‘95: 73, Russell Reeder ‘94: 97, Russell Reeder

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‘93: 78, Greg Garner ‘92: 49, David Marsland ‘91: 79, Shelby Shaw ‘90: 116, Terry Burrows ‘89: 61, Terry Burrows ‘88: 87, Mark Bowling ‘87: 36, Steve Ferguson ‘86: 48, Steve Ferguson ‘85: 47, Jon Miller ‘84: 46, Wayne Bennett ‘83: 52, Mike Prouse ‘82: 38, Mike Prouse ‘81: 36, Butch Dowies ‘80: 33, John Scroggins ‘79: 82, Ray Fontenot ‘78: 109, Ray Fontenot ‘77: 57, Ray Fontenot ‘76: 32, Tony Herpin ‘75: 64, Jim Mallory ‘74: 65, Jim Mallory ‘73: 43, Jim Stanley ‘72: 73, Jim Stanley ‘71: 65, Allan Ladd ‘70: 63, Allan Ladd ‘69: 80, Roy Armstrong ‘68: 51, Roy Armstrong ‘67: 68, Bobby Barnes ‘66: 27, Bobby Barnes ‘65: 29, Ken Rabalais ‘64: 23, Ken Rabalais ‘63: 29, Joe Kazmar ‘62: 54, Jim Bischoff ‘61: 51, Thomas Mixon ‘60: 64, Billy Johnston ‘59: 56, Billy Johnston ‘58: 44, Billy Johnston ‘57: 48, Charles Decker ‘56: 25, Harry Willie ‘55: 42, Thomas Mixon ‘54: 39, M. J. Barr APPEARANCES ‘10: 26, Matt Click ‘09: 22, Scott Holstein ‘08: 21, Justin LeBleu ‘07: 26, Danny Davis ‘06: 25, Danny Davis ‘05: 28, Danny Davis ‘04: 24, Jacob Marceaux ‘03: 28, Walt Nolen ‘02: 26, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 20, Jared Portie, 20 Jared Gothreaux ‘00: 21, Pat Stark ‘99: 20, several ‘98: 20, Butch Millet ‘97: 21, Jon Wente ‘96: 22, Pat McLendon; 22, Chris Buchhaus ‘95: 31, Chad Clement ‘94: 25, Chad Clement ‘93: 30, Trey Marik ‘92: 29, Hud Jackson ‘91: 19, Shelby Shaw ‘90: 20, Terry Burrows; 20, Chris Schultea; 20 Garth Buresh ‘89: 21, Shelby Shaw ‘88: 28, Dennis Slack ‘87: 18, Johnny Comeaux ‘86: 18, Scott Richard ‘85: 14, several ‘84: 17, Archie Fields ‘83: 19, Scott Wade; 19, Mark Prouse ‘82: 15, Harold East ‘81: 15, Butch Dowies

Charlie Kingrey ‘80: 15, John Scroggins ‘79: 14, John Scroggins ‘78: 16, Mark McDaniel ‘77: 17, Jan Peebles ‘76: 17, Mike Croker ‘75: 16, Mike Croker ‘74: 18, James Mallory ‘73: 12, Jim Stanley ‘72: 13, Jim Stanley ‘71: 15, Jim Stanley ‘70: 18, Allen Ladd ‘69: 13, Roy Armstrong, 13, Kenny LeBleu ‘68: 13, Roy Armstrong, 13, Tommy Olney ‘67: 11, Bobby Barnes; 11, Tommy Olney ‘66: 14, Tommy Olney ‘65: 9, several ‘64: 9, several ‘63: 12, Bennie Hickman ‘62: 12, Jim Bischoff ‘61: 11, Thomas Mixon ‘60: 16, Billy Johnston ‘59: 14, Billy Johnston ‘58: 13, Charles Decker ‘57: ‘56: 10, Charles Decker ‘55: 8, Thomas Mixon ‘54: ‘53: 13, M. J. Barr COMPLETE GAMES ‘10: 2, Dustin Lloyd ‘09: 1, Matt Click ‘08: 1, several ‘07: 3, Derek Blacksher ‘06: 3, several 05: 4, Jacob Marceaux ‘04: 3, Chris Denton ‘03: 2, several ‘02: 4, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 4, several ‘00: 10, Chris Howay ‘99: 2, Kevin Sprague ‘98: 4, Kevin Sprague ‘97: 4, several ‘96: 2, several ‘95: 8, Jon Saylor ‘94: 6, Russell Reeder ‘93: 6, several ‘92: 1, several ‘91: 6, several ‘90: 6, several ‘89: 6, Steve Ferguson

‘88: 4, Mark Bowling ‘87: 5, Steve Ferguson ‘86: 4, Scott Richard ‘85: 5, Wayne Bennett ‘84: 5, Wayne Bennett ‘83: 8, Wayne Bennett ‘82: 5, Ben Berwick ‘81: 5, Rodney Fausett ‘80: 10, John Scroggins ‘79: 9, John Scroggins ‘78: 11, Ray Fontenot ‘77: 5, several ‘76: 9, Mike Croker ‘75: 7, several ‘74: 7, Jim Mallory ‘73: 6, Jim Stanley ‘72: 9, Jim Stanley ‘71: 5, Allan Ladd ‘70: 10, Allan Ladd ‘69: 9, Roy Armstrong ‘68: 5, Dickie Wicks ‘67: 9, Bobby Barnes ‘66: 2, Bobby Barnes ‘65: 8, Ken Rabalais ‘64: 6, several ‘63: 6, Ken Rabalais ‘62: 6, Jim Bischoff ‘61: 5, several ‘60: 7, Billy Johnston ‘59: 6, Billy Johnston ‘58: 7, Charles Decker SAVES ‘10: 9, Matt Click ‘09: 4, Jordan LeGros ‘08: 4,Justin LeBleu ‘07: 4, Danny Davis ‘06: 7, Danny Davis ‘05: 3, Danny Davis; 3, Seth Lastrapes ‘04: 3, Rhett Gulledge ‘03: 4, Walt Nolen ‘02: 3, Josh Hansen; 3, Jared Gothreaux ‘01: 2, Jared Gothreaux ‘00: 2, Pat Stark ‘99: 3, Jarod Portie ‘98: 1, Chris Ashorn ‘97: 1, several ‘96: 2, several ‘95: 7, Chad Clements ‘94: 9, Jon Saylor ‘93: ‘92: 7, Hud Jackson ‘91: 1, several ‘90: 3, Chris Schultea, 3, Garth Buresh ‘89: 3, Shelby Shaw ‘88: 6, Dennis Slack ‘87: 1, several ‘86: 4, Scott Richard ‘85: 2, Mike Turano ‘84: 1, several ‘83: ‘82: 3, David Ramsey ---‘70: 2, Jim Stanley

McNeese State Most Valuable Players (Frank Landry Jr. memorial award) 2010: Steven Irvine 2009: Taylor Freeman 2008: Taylor Freeman 2007: Charlie Kingrey 2006: Charlie Kingrey 2005: Jacob Marceaux 2004: Dustin Smith 2003: Rusty Begnaud 2002: Ran Prince 2001: Kevin Mitchell 2000: Nolan Parker 1999: Ben Broussard 1998: Ben Broussard 1997: Jon Wente 1996: Mike Trahan 1995: Brett Elam 1994: Deron Hofstetter 1993: Trey Marik 1992: Hud Jackson 1991: Kurt Heble 1990: Terry Burrows 1989: Jeff Gremillion 1988: Chip Stratton 1987: Kevin Newkirk 1986: Kenny Miller 1985: Terry Bond 1984: Billy Bryant 1983: Wayne Bennett 1982: Roger Hickernell 1981: Kim Bryant 1980: Shanie Dugas 1979: Jim Young 1978: Joey Armentor 1977: Russell Conner 1976: Tom Stelly 1975: Bill Simon 1974: Neal Spencer 1973: Paul Young 1972: Dick Morris 1971: Neal Spencer 1970: Allan Ladd 1969: Coco Rossitto 1968: Gerald Andrus 1967: Bobby Barnes 1966: Bob Craft 1965: Kirby Fontenot 1964: Ken Rabalais 1963: Joe Kazmar 1962: Bob Gilmore 1961: Don Barnett 1960: Charles Stevenson 1959: Amos Ivey 1958: Kenneth King 1957: Charles Decker 1956: Charles Decker 1955: Anthony Fulco 1954: Ted Chapman


Year by Year Results 1953: 1-13 Coach: Cliff Johnson Camp Polk 5, McNeese 2 LC Air Base 7, McNeese 1 Camp Polk 7, McNeese 5 McNeese 8, LC Air Base 6 L.C. Lakers 7, McNeese 1 SE La. 9, McNeese 3 La. College 11, McNeese 5 NE La. 8, McNeese 5 NW State 7, McNeese 6 La. College 6, McNeese 5 USL 12, McNeese 3 SE La. 3, McNeese 0 NW State 12, McNeese 2 USL 20, McNeese 4 1954: 7-11 Coach: Cliff Johnson McNeese 11, Lamar 3 LC Lakers 16, McNeese 8 LC Air Base 3, McNeese 2 Louisiana Tech 8, McNeese 4 Northeast La. 6, McNeese 0 McNeese 5, SE Louisiana 4 (14) McNeese 4, NW State 3 (16) Louisiana Tech 10, McNeese 8 Northeast La. 8, McNeese 5 SW La. 7, McNeese 1 McNeese 10, Alex Air Base 10 McNeese 6, La. College 5 La. College 6, McNeese 4 SE Louisiana 14, McNeese 0 McNeese 4, Centenary 3 Centenary 14, McNeese 2 McNeese 9, SW La. 8 1955: 6-12 Coach: Kenneth Bahnsen LC Air Base 2, McNeese 1 McNeese 14, Barksdale 7 La Tech 8, McNeese 0 NE La. 10, McNeese 7 McNeese 7, LC Lakers 6 LC Lakers 1, McNeese 0 Barksdale 13, McNeese 9 McNeese 2, NW State 1 La. College 3, McNeese 2 SE La. 7, McNeese 4 LC Air Base 5, McNeese 4 USL 7, McNeese 0 La Tech 11, McNeese 3 NE La. 17, McNeese 5 McNeese 7, NW State 0 McNeese 3, La. College 0 McNeese 2, USL 1 SE La. 6, McNeese 4 1956: 11-5 GSC Champions Coach: Reed Stevens McNeese 10, Barksdale 9 Barksdale 11, McNeese 10 Ft. Polk 9, McNeese 1 La Tech 11, McNeese 7 McNeese 7, NE La. 6 McNeese 8, England AFB 0 NW State 6, McNeese 5 McNeese 18, La. College 3 McNeese 6, USL 4 McNeese 7, SE La. 3 McNeese 2, La Tech 1 NE La. 18, McNeese 6 McNeese 4, NW State 2 McNeese 8, USL 3 McNeese 7, SE La. 0 McNeese 8, La. College 3

1968: 13-20-1 Coach: Hubert Boales @ Sam Houston 8, McN 2 @ McN 3-3, Lamar 4-6 McN 13-3, Centenary 6-8 McN 2-3, Centenary 5-2 McN 5-8, NE La. 1-4 @ McN 3-0, USL 5-1 McN 0-2, La Tech 5-1 McN 2-7, Lamar 4-11 @ McN 0-2, SE La. 3-3 McN 4-0, NW State 1-0 @ McN 2-1, Lamar 3-0 @ McN 3-0, Nicholls St. 2-1 McNeese 7, Lamar 5 @ McN 3-6, NE La. 6-7 McN 4-1, USL 0-2 @ McN 3-1, La Tech 4-0 @ McN 2-0, NW State 1-3 McN 2-9, SE La. 4-4

1957: 9-13 Coach: Reed Stevens 1958: 11-10 Coach: Reed Stevens McNeese 4, Sam Houston 3 Sam Houston 9, McNeese 3 McNeese 5, SW La. 4 SW La. 5, McNeese 2 McNeese 23, Barksdale AFB 6 McNeese 19, Barksdale AFB 1 SE Louisiana 5, McNeese 2 McNeese 5, NW State 3 NW State 10, McNeese 6 Louisiana Tech 12, McNeese 2 Northeast La. 3, McNeese 2 McNeese 5, SW La. 4 McNes 6, Arkansas 6 McNeese 8, Arkansas 2 McNees 4, SE Louisiana 2 McNeese 9, NW State 3 Northeast La. 2, McNeese 1 McNeese 18, Northeast La. 9 Louisiana Tech 6, McNeese 4 Louisiana Tech 11, McNeese 6 SE Louisiana 5, McNeese 3 1959: 11-18 Coach: Reed Stevens 1960: 15-14 Coach: Reed Stevens 1961: 21-12 Coach: Reed Stevens Loyola 10, McNeese 5 Loyola 8, McNeese 4 S. Houston 6, McNeese 1 S. Houston 6, McNeese 1 McN 3-4, Nicholls St. 2-3 McN 14-12, Centenary 5-0 McN 0-9, Nicholls St. 4-0 McN 4-10, Centenary 2-4 SE La. 3-3, McN 9-9 McN 3-4, NW State 1-2 McNeese 4, La. College 3 La Tech 1-3, McN 0-2 McN 1-10, NE La. 0-3 McN 14-4, USL 1-2 McNeese 9, La. College 7 McN 7-6, SE La. 5-2 McN 9-8, NW St. 4-1 La. Tech 5-7, McN 3-0 McNeese 2, NE La. 0 McN 2-4, USL 0-6 1962: 14-14 Coach: Ralph O. Ward 1963: 9-17 Coach: Ted Chapman 1964: 8-18 Coach: Ted Chapman @ Loyola 2, McNeese 0 @ McN 6-0, Nicholls St. 4-8 McN 7-6, Centenary 4-2 McN 0-2, USL 12-6 @ McN 2-4, Centenary 3-7 @ McNeese 4, USL 1 McN 3-3, NW State 5-6 @ McN 0-0, La Tech 5-8 McN 2-3, NE La. 4-5 @ McN 3-0, NW State 1-2 @ McN 5-4, SE La. 2-3 McN 1-1, USL 2-3

Bryan Cartie McN 0-4, La Tech 9-3 McN 1-1, SE La. 5-4 1965: 7-23 Coach: Ted Chapman McN 1-0, Nicholls St. 2-4 McN 6-4, Nicholls St. 2-8 McN 2-4, USL 1-5 McN 0-8, Centenary 9-1 McN 1-7, USL 4-1 McN 3-1, La Tech 1-9 McN 5-5, NE La. 10-7 McN 5-4, SE La. 4-9 McN 1-0, NW State 2-2 McN 3-3, Centenary 6-8 McN 1-1, USL 6-2 McN 6-3, La Tech 8-4 McN 4-1, NE La. 2-10 McN 3-3, SE La. 7-4 McN 0-1, NW State 4-8 1966: 5-21-1 Coach: Desmond Jones McN 0-1, Centenary 1-10 McN 2-3, USL 6-7 McN 3-3, La Tech 7-2 McN 0-2, USL 3-4 McN 4-1, NE La. 6-13 McN 3-6, SE La. 4-5 McN 0-1, NW State 1-1 McN 2-0, Nicholls St. 1-1 McN 2-3, USL 15-5 McN 0-1, La Tech 1-3 McNeese 2, Nicholls St. 1 McN 4-1, SE La. 3-5 McN 3-1, NW State 4-8 McN 1-5, NE La. 13-10 1967: 14-13-1 Coach: Desmond Jones (A) McN 2-4, Lamar 3-2 (A) McN 1-4, Ole Miss 0-6 (A) McN 4-1, SE La. 7-3 McN 5-2, Lamar 4-8 McN 2-5, Nicholls St. 3-1 (A) McN 9-0, NE La. 8-6 McN 2-3, La Tech 1-2 McN 7-8, NW State 3-3 (A) McN 5-2, SE La. 4-2 (A) McN 1-5, Nicholls St. 3-0 (A) McN 2-4, USL 3-2 McN 4-1, NE La. 3-12 McN 4-3, USL 0-7 (A) McN 2-3, NW State 3-8

1969: 19-16 Coach: Hubert Boales @ McN 3-2, S. Houston 4-8 @ McNeese 3, S. Houston 1 McN 3-3, Centenary 5-0 McN 7-7, Lamar 13-1 @ McN 3-0, Centenary 0-6 @ McN 2-7, NE La. 9-1 McN 10-8, USL 6-2 @ McN 1-12, La Tech 2-6 McN 5-3, SE La. 4-2 @ McN 2-5, NW State 4-0 @ McN 2-5, Lamar 3-3 @ McN 0-1, Nicholls St. 2-3 McN 4-1, NE La. 2-5 @ McN 8-4, USL 6-10 McN 7-5, La Tech 3-8 @ McN 2-5, SE La. 3-4 McN 6-4, NW State 1-1 McN 0-2, Nicholls St. 5-1 1970: 19-17 Coach: Hubert Boales @ McN 2-0, Lamar 5-2 @ McN 6-1, S. Houston 8-3 @ McN 2-5, Houston Bapt. 1-1 McN 9-14, La. College 3-2 McN 2-3, Lamar 6-2 McN 3-1, La. Tech 0-0 @ McN 3-0, Nicholls St. 4-1 McN 0-5, NW State 3-0 @ McN 9-3, USL 7-2 McN 5-0, NE La. 4-8 @ McN 6-6, La Tech 2-7 @ McN 10-5, SE La. 1-6 @ McN 4-2, La. College 5-4 McN 2-5, Nicholls St. 1-1 @ McN 6-10, NW St. 1-3 McN 5-1, USL 0-3 McN 2-3, SE La. 1-4 @ McN 0-0, NE La. 4-4

La Tech 5, McNeese 0 McNeese 2, Southern 5 McNeese 6, USL 5 Parsons 3, McNeese 0 Grambling 3, McNeese 1 McN 2-4, Lamar 1-2 McN 8-2, NW St. 9-3 McNeese 4, Lamar 2 McN 5-6, USL 2-5 McN 0-3, La Tech 1-0 McN 3-1, Nicholls St. 2-0 McN 9-3, SE La. 1-2 McNeese 4, USL 2 1972: 22-15 Coach: Hubert Boales @ McN 3-2, Lamar 0-1 McN 13-4, USL 3-6 McN 5-4, Lamar 8-2 @ McN 9-2, S. Houston 4-0 @ McN 3-5, S. Houston 4-3 @ McN 2-2, Houston 4-6 @ McN 5-2, Nicholls St. 2-11 McN 6-0, La Tech 4-2 McN 8-6, NE La. 5-1 McNeese 8, NE La. 2 @ McN 0-0, USL 8-1 @ McN 5-7, SE La. 6-2 McN 4-2, Nicholls St. 1-5 @ McN 7-8, NE La. 3-6 McN 6-6, SE La. 2-0 @ McN 2-17, NW St. 7-1 @ McN 1-2, La Tech 12-7 McNeese 7, NW St. 0 (forfeit) McNeese 15, NW State 1 1973: 15-16 Coach: Hubert Boales McN 4-2, Nicholls 1-3 @ McNeese 2, NE La. 1 @ McNeese 8, S. Houston 5 @ McN 1-3, Houston 9-9 @ McN 5-10, La Tech 6-5 @ La Tech 8, McNeese 1 McN 9-12, NE La. 1-5 McN 3-3, NW State 2-0 McN 1-2, Wisconsin St. 0-3 McN 2-8, Wisconsin St. 6-6 @ McN 1-6, NW State 5-2 McN 1-3, UTA 3-2 @ McN 1-7, Lamar 6-2 @ McN 2-14, Abilene CC 4-3 @ Abilene CC 15, McN 14 @ McN 3-3, Nicholls 14-4 McN 2-1, Ark. State 5-4 McN 6, Ark. State 0

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1971: 20-18-1 Coach: Hubert Boales McNeese 5, Lamar 5 McN 8-9, Sam Houston 10-6 McN 2-8, Sam Houston 4-6 McN 2-6, Houston 4-0 McN 2-1, NE La. 3-4 McN 14-4, NW St. 8-6 McNeese 5, USL 6 (23 innings) McNeese 13, USL 10..DH McN 7-1, La Tech 11-3 McN 2-1, Nicholls St. 0-2 McN 5-0, SE La. 2-67 McNeese 6, NE La. 3 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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Year by Year Results 1974: 21-24 Coach: Hubert Boales McN 2-5, Southern 4-3 McN 2-2, Nicholls St. 3-3 McN 3-3, S. Houston 2-6 McN 0-1, S. Houston 2-7 McN 4-6, Nicholls St. 6-5 McN 1-7, S. Houston 3-12 McN 1-3, S. Houston 4-4 McN 5-8, NW State 1-2 McN 3-3, Okla. St. 7-5 McN 9-1, Southern 11-1 McN 1-8, La Tech 4-1 McNeese 2, La Tech 1 McN 7-4, Ark. St. 5-3 McNeese 10, Ark. St. 7 McN 4-5, NW state 1-8 McN 3-4, UTA 2-0 McNeese 8, UTA 2 McN 6-2, N. Mex. St. 5-3 McNeese 4, N. Mex St. 1 McN 12-8, UTEP 3-3 S. Houston 4, McNeese 2 McN 4-1, USL 3-3 McNeese 4, USL 2 McN 0-3, Houston 2-6 McN 1-6, Lamar 6-8 McNeese 3, Lamar 2 1975: 16-26 Coach: Hubert Boales McN 1-2, Nicholls St. 3-1 @ McN 2-1, S. Houston 3-5 @ McN 0-5, S. Houston 4-9 McN 3-4, NW St. 10-3 McN 3-6, S. Houston 1-17 McN 2-2, S. Houston 6-9 @ McN 3-2, Houston 4-3 McN 6-1, M. Tenn. 7-0 McN 1-3, Southern 6-1 @ McN 0-1, La Tech 6-4 @ La Tech 9, McNeese 5 McN 1-6, Wis-SP 6-5 McNeese 9, Xavier 8 McN 2-5, Houston 1-4 McN 5-1, Ark. St. 4-6 McNeese 1, Ark. St. 0 McN 5-0, UTA 2-1 McNeese 4, UTA 0 @ McN 4-3, NW State 5-4 McN 10-10, USL 12-12 USL 6, McNeese 4 McN 8-10, NE La. 7-8 McN 1-4, Lamar 5-3 Lamar 5, McNeese 3 1976: 26-19-2 Coach: Hubert Boales McN 3-8, Southern 6-7 @ McN 5-5, Nicholls St. 4-8 @ McN 3-7, UNO 2-7 @ McN 2-0, NW State 0-9 @ McN 4-1, NW St. 0-0 McN 3-5, Southern 2-5 McN 8-11, NW State 2-2 McN 2-5, Wisconsin SP 1-4 McN 4-3, Nicholls State 1-4 McN 0-9, S. Houston 5-0 McN 3-9, S. Houston 2-10 @ McN 4-2, Houston 3-4 McN 5-1, SE La. 0-5 McN 7-10, Lamar 2-6 McNeese 16, Lamar 5 @ McN 3-1, UTA 12-2 @ UTA 13, McNeese 6 McN 7-4, La College 2-1 @ McN 5-5, Ark. St. 6-1 34

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@ Ark. St. 7, McNeese 6 @ McN 4-2, Texas A&M 14-8 McN 3-15, USL 2-8 USL 12, McNeese 4 McN 4-7, La College 8-6 McN 5-0, La Tech 2-4 La Tech 3, McNeese 2 1977: 19-26 Coach: Hubert Boales (A) McN 10-2, Tex A&M 16-3 (A) McN 2-6, Tex A&M 7-7 McN 2-4, UNO 10-7 McN 9-4, Nicholls St. 7-7 McN 2-3, SE La. 3-2 McN 9-8, NW State 4-7 McN 6-3, SE La. 7-2 McN 4-14, Wisconsin SP 10-0 McN 7-7, Nicholls St. 11-12 McN 5-1, La College 3-0 McN 2-3, NE La. 6-4 McN 0-3, Houston 6-4 McN 1-3, Ark. St. 0-2 McNeese 3, Ark. St. 2 McN 7-12, NW State 6-9 McN 1-5, Lamar 4-7 McNeese 5, Lamar 2 McN 4-1, UNO 6-2 McN 4-7, UTA 3-5 McNeese 7, UTA 1 McN 7-8, USL 10-1 USL 4, McNeese 0 McN 8-5, La College 3-13 McN 2-6, La Tech 10-7 La Tech 10, McNeese 4 1978: 16-31 Coach: Johnny Suydam @ McN 5-2, Tex A&M 1-16 @ Tex A&M 13, McNeese 3 McN 5-4, Nicholls St. 15-1 @ McN 6-8, NE La. 5-7 @ McN 6-4, NE La. 0-2 @ McN 3-7, NE La. 2-0 @ McN 3-10, Houston 9-11 @ McN 2-8, NW State 7-5 McN 4-14, Wisconsin SP 1-1 McN 1-4, Nicholls St. 3-1 @ McN 0-1, UNO 3-7 McN 1-5, La Tech 7-9 McN 7-4, La Tech 17-8 McN 3-2, UNO 12-7 @ McN 4-3, UTA 5-7 @ McN 0-2, UTA 9-4 McN 1-2, Lamar 0-6 McN 0-2, Lamar 21-19 @ McN 3-2, La. College 7-6 @ McN 7-2, USL 10-7 @ McN 1-4, USL 3-8 McN 8-7, NW State 1-6 @ McN 9-1, Ark. St. 5-2 @ McN 3-6, Ark. St. 10-13 1979: 34-16 Coach: Johnny Suydam McN def. Tx South (forfeit) McN def. Tx South (forfeit) McN 4-8, NW State 3-6 McN 12-2, Nicholls St. 4-1 McN 10-1, Southern 4-4 McN 11-1, NW State 3-4 McN 14-9, La College 1-0 McN 14-8, Tx Southern 0-0 McN 11-1, SE La. 6-3 McN 8-2, NE La. 0-1 McN 5-6, La College 4-0 McN 1-2, SE La. 9-4

McN 3-3, USL 7-6 McN 5-9, NW State 6-1 McN 7-4, NE La. 3-5 McN 2-10, SE La. 5-8 McN 6-7, Nicholls St. 10-2 McN 5-3, Lamar 11-4 McN 1-4, Lamar 7-11 McN 6-7, Nicholls St. 10-2 McN 5-3, Lamar 11-4 McN 1-4, Lamar 7-11 McN 6-1, Grambling 7-0 McN 3-3, La. College 0-0 McN 5-0, USL 1-1 McN 0-2, USL 7-6 McN 2-1, NW State 0-2 McN 9-9, Grambling 4-14 McN 4-1, Lamar 7-9 McN 7-2, Lamar 10-10

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McNeese Hall of Fame McN 0-1, UNO 1-11 McN 0-8, La Tech 6-11 McN 2-8, La Tech 5-5 McN 4-5, Wis-SP 3-4 McN 6-8, UTA 5-0 McN 15-8, UTA 3-3 McN 1-1, Lamar 2-5 McN 4-1, Lamar 5-2 McN 8-8, Nicholls St. 9-7 McN 4-5, NW State 1-3 McN 4-8, USL 3-5 McN 4-11, USL 2-7 McN 5-6, Ark. St. 0-3 McN 1-8, Ark. St. 7-4 1980: 21-10 Coach: Johnny Suydam McN 5-4, Houston 6-9 McN 5-1, NW State 4-5 McN 3-0, UNO 6-8 McN 7-7, Nicholls St. 8-8 McN 2-2, NW State 6-1 McN 5-9, SE La. 4-10 McN 2-4, SE La. 1-8 McN 3-3, Lamar 10-5 McN 0-5, Lamar 4-6 McN 6-11, Army 3-3 McN 5-2, Wisconsin SP 0-1 McN 1-3, NE La. 0-6 McN 10-2, USL 7-1 McN 4-12, USL 0-8 McN 13-10, NE La. 6-5 McN 1-7, Nicholls St. 3-2 McN 1-3, Lamar 8-4 McN 5-7, Lamar 10-8 McN 7-17, NW State 3-6 McNeese 8, USL 1 McN 11-11, USL 6-4 1981: 26-31-1 Coach: Triny Rivera McN 0-2, Houston 3-9 McN 8-13, Nicholls St. 4-7 McN 7-7, Tx. Southern 0-0 (forf) McN 11-12, LeTourneau 0-4 McN 2-0, C. Missouri 6-3 McN 3-0, Tx. Southern 0-0 McNeese 7-7, La. College 1-0 McN 4-9, Missouri SL 3-1 McN 2-6, NW State 1-3 McN 6-3, NE La. 5-2 McN 2-7, St. Francis 20-8 McN 7-9, SE La. 8-13 McNeese 16, Wis. SP 15 McNeese 4, Wisconsin SP 10 McN 4-2, USL 7-7

1982: 28-26 Coach: Triny Rivera McN 1-9, Grambling 3-6 McN 4-9, SE La. 3-6 @ McN 4-1, Houston 5-10 McN 2-5, S. Houston 5-3 McN 3-1, La Tech 4-4 @ McN 7-0, Tx A&M 5-6 @ McN 3-1, Tx A&M 4-5 @ McN 5-4, Tulane 7-7 McN 5-10, NW State 4-3 @ McN 1-2, La Tech 5-3 @ McN 1-3, Lamar 5-1 @ McN 12-8, Lamar 11-9 SE Oklahoma 6, McNeese 5 @ McNeese 6, Southern 1 (n) McNeese 2, NW State 1 (n) McNeese 6, Nicholls St. 2 (n) McNeese 8, SE La. 6 McN 5-3, USL 2-4 McN 3-2, USL 2-11 McN 6-9, UNO 4-8 @ McN 1-5, Baylor 8-6 @ McN 2-7, S. Houston 1-4 McN 1-1, Lamar 4-6 McN 5-11, Lamar 12-13 @ McN 1-1, UNO 5-4 @ McNeese 2, SE La. 1 McN 6-8, Nicholls St. 3-7 McN 3-7, Southern 2-3 @ McN 1-0, USL 5-8 @ McN 4-7, USL 11-6 1983: 22-36 Coach: Triny Rivera McN 2-1, La Tech 6-4 McNeese 11, Grambling 9 McNeese 10, Nicholls 9 LSU 4, McNeese 3 McN 4-0, SFA 6-6 McN 3-6, NW State 0-4 McN 5-8, Texas A&M 8-15 Texas A&M 4, McNeese 3 McN 3-6, SFA 2-1 McN 4-5, UNO 15-8 McN 1-7, La Tech 12-3 McN 3-5, NW State 4-4 McN 1-3, Tulane 5-10 McNeese 4, SE La. 3 McNeese 3, NW State 2 McN 3-9, NE La. 0-11 McNeese 12, Nicholls 9 McN 3-7, UTA 10-2 McN 11-11, UTA 6-9 McN 8-2, Lamar 12-1 McN 0-2, Lamar 4-7 McN 1-0, USL 3-7 McN 6-2, NE La. 5-5

McN 3-3, USL 6-9 McN 6-3, Nicholls 11-14 McN 0-4, S. Houston 5-5 McN 6-6, UTA 10-5 McN 6-8, UTA 4-4 McN 8-1, Southern 5-13 McN 0-4, Lamar 5-1 McN 0-1, Lamar 4-3 McN 1-6, UNO 10-8 UTA 5, McNeese 3 1984: 16-30 Coach: Triny Rivera @ McN 12-5, NW State 6-4 @ McNeese 8, NW State 1 @ McN 6-0, Rice 8-16 @ Rice 8, McNeese 1 @ LSU 8, McNeese 6 @ McN 2-5, Tx A&M 13-15 @ McN 8-3, Tulane 19-10 @ McN 3-4, Houston 4-6 McN 0-7, Lamar 2-9 Lamar 6, McNeese 5 @ McN 1-0, USL 2-3 @ McN 1-3, NE La. 10-2 @ NE La. 4, McNeese 3 McNeese 8, LSU 4 McN 5-6, Ark. St. 1-0 McNeeSe 5, Ark. St. 2 McN 4-6, USL 3-3 @ McN 5-2, UTA 6-4 @ UTA 8, McNeese 2 USL 10, McNeese 4 @ SE La. 13, McNeese 3 McN 5-3, N. Texas 3-1 McNeese 8, N. Texas 7 NY Tech 2, McNeese 1 @ McN 0-2, LSU 2-3 @ McN 10-2, Tulane 9-20 @ McN 2-8, SE La. 5-9 McNeese 9, USL 0 (forfeit) @ McN 0-0, La Tech 5-1 @ McNeese 8, La Tech 6 1985: 21-24-1 Coach: Triny Rivera @ McNeese 4-5, Rice 10-3 @ McNeese 8-4, Rice 14-16 McN 3-4, SFA 6-2 McNeese 3-3, Grambling 2-7 McNeese 5, SE La. 1 @ McN 4-1, NW State 3-0 @ McN 14-6, SFA 2-3 @ McN 0-6, Houston 6-14 @ McN 2-1, Lamar 4-2 @ Lamar 9, McNeese 4 McN 4-7, Grambling 3-11 McN 7-5, NE La. 3-5 @ McN 14-5, Ark. St. 10-4 @ Ark. St. 5, McNeese 3 @ LSU 11, McNeese 10 McN 9-2, UTA 3-0 UTA 10, McNeese 3 McNeese 3, LSU 2 McN 10-8, Dallas Bapt 5-9 @ LSU 8, McNeese 5 @ McN 2-1, SE La. 6-9 @ Nicholls St. 3, McNeese 0 McN 11-9, Tulane 6-6 @ McN 1-8, S. Houston 7-9 @ McN 2-12, N. Texas 3-0 @ McNeese 8, N. Texas 2 @ McN 12-6, Tulane 9-10 @ LSU 6, McNeese 5


Year by Year Results 1986: 28-24 Coach: Triny Rivera McN 1-3, Rice 8-12 McNeese 7, NW St. 4 McN 13-12, PV 4-5 McN 0-3, Houston 9-13 McN 5-5, Tx A&M 3-4 McNeese 6, Tx A&M 2 McN 6-4, SFA 4-3 McN 6-0, SE La. 5-13 McN 13-10, Centenary 1-2 USL 4, McNeese 3 Nicholls St. 14, McNeese 6 McN 11-12, PV 4-6 McN 1-7, S. Houston 19-10 McN 2-2, SFA 7-0 McN 2-5, N. Texas 3-3 McNeese 11, N. Texas 6 McN 4-2, St. Francis 6-1 McN 6-6, Ark. St. 4-3 McNeese 3, Ark. St. 2 McN 1-1, UTA 2-6 UTA 3, McNeese 2 McNeese 14, USL 4 McN 10-3, Lamar 6-16 McNeese 9, Lamar 7 McN 5-7, SE La. 2-3 McN 4-10, NE La. 2-6 NE La. 8, McNeese 4 McN 4-4, La Tech 10-14 La Tech 9, McNeese 3 McNeese 11, Nicholls St. 9 McN 4-10, Tulane 9-14 McN 7-1, Tulane 19-7 1987: 19-28 Coach: Nolan Viator @ McN 6-1, Rice 7-16 @ Rice 8, McNeese 2 @ McN 4-10, S. Houston 11-9 @ McN 1-5, Tx A&M 13-6 @ Tx A&M 6, McNeese 5 McN 4-3, NE La. 9-2 McNeese 4, NE La. 3 @ McN 16-8, SFA 5-7 McN 9-3, S. Houston 4-4 @ McNeese 9, Nicholls St. 8 McN 17-1, SE La. 6-2 @ LSU 17, McNeese 7 McNeese 8, S. Alabama 5 @ Nicholls St. 7, McNeese 6 McN 1-6, Lamar 3-8 McN 2-0, Lamar 13-7 @ McN 16-8, N. Texas 11-5 @ McNeese 6, N. Texas 3 @ McN 2-1, NE La. 1-4 Southern 13, McNeese 1 @ McN 6-2, Tulane 12-11 @ McN 1-3, Tulane 2-9 @ McN 2-3, Lamar 3-5 @ McN 5-5, Lamar 9-7 @ McN 5-7, NW State 4-2 McN 5-4, N. Texas 4-2 McN 8-11, N. Texas 6-0 1988: 31-31 SLC Champions Coach: Tony Robichaux Southern 10, McNeese 5 McN 3-5, Rice 9-13 McN 19-8, SE La. 2-10 McNeese 3, Grambling 2 @ LSU 2, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 16, Spring Hill 5 @ McN 4-3, S. Alabama 11-8 McN 1-4, Rice 4-6 @ Nicholls St. 7, McNeese 4 @ USL 13, McNeese 8

@ McN 7-3, Centenary 2-1 McNeese 7, USL 3 McNeese 7, Nicholls St. 5 @ McN 3-7, SW Texas 2-6 @ McNeese 14, SW Texas 4 McNeese 16, USL 9 @ McN 4-3, SE La. 1-3 McN 5-8, S. Houston 4-13 McNeese 10, S. Houston 9 @ Miami 19, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 3, Barry U. 2 @ McN 3-1, St. Thomas 7-2 @ Fla. Int. 10, McNeese 5 McNeese 3, Tulane 1 @ McN 1-6, N. Texas 5-5 @ N. Texas 6, McNeese 5 @ USL 5, McNeese 3 @ McN 1-6, Lamar 2-4 @ Nicholls St. 6, McNeese 5 McN 5-4, UTA 0-3 UTA 6, McNeese 5 @ McN 2-4, Tulane 5-6 @ McN 1-4, NW State 9-5 @ McNeese 6, NW State 5 McNeese 6, LSU 5 McN 10-5, NE La. 12-4 McN 22-16, PV 1-6 McN 11-11, SFA 10-2 McNeese 13, SFA 5 @ *Oklahoma St. 14, McNeese 4 (n) *McNeese 11, USL 6 (n) *Loy-Marymount 12, McNeese 4 * - NCAA Midwest Regionals 1989: 35-18 Coach: Tony Robichaux McN 4-7, S. Arkansas 1-5 McNeese S. Ark. 4 @ McNeese 6, Lamar 1 McN 9-9, Tulane 4-8 McN 14-16, PV 1-2 McNeese 16, Lamar 4 @ McN 7-11, PV 2-0 @ Houston 9, McNeese 6 McN 7-12, Samford 6-2 McNeese 16, Samford 8 @ McN 11-16, La. College 6-6 @ Nicholls St. 6, McNeese 0 @ McN 4-10, S. Alabama 11-15 @ USL 8, McNeese 4 McN 2-11, E. Tx Bapt 1-1 McN 7-8, E.Tx Bapt 4-7 Nicholls St. 13, McNeese 8 McN 6-8, N. Alabama 11-3 McN 4-9, SW Tex 1-0 McNeese 14, SW Tex 8 @ McN 1-0, S. Houston 6-2 @ S. Houston 6, McNeese 4 @ McN 1-0, SE La. 3-3 McN 3-7, Centenary 7-0 @ McN 3-6, UTA 0-0 @ UTA 4, McNeese 3 McN 10-2, SE La. 2-1 McN 17-11, NW State 4-2 McNeese 11, NW State 2 @ McN 3-9, Tulane 4-4 @ McN 8-3, NE La. 5-4 @ McN 4-5, SFA 0-9 1990: 35-20 Coach: Tony Robichaux @ Rice 5, McNeese 4 @ McN 3-8, Tx Southern 6-3 @ McN 9-4, PV 3-1 @ McN 6-1, ETexBapt 1-2 McNeese 7, Houston 5 McN 10-3, HarSimmons 3-2 HarSimmons 11, McNeese 6

McNeese 12, USL 9 @ McN 0-3, NE La. 1-4 @ E La. 1, McNeese 0 @ McNeese 4, USL 2 McN 4-3, S. Houston 0-4 S. Houston 3, McNeese 1 @ McN 5-5, Lamar 4-2 @ Nicholls 2, McNeese 1 @ McN 3-1, NW State 4-2 @ NW State 4, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 8, Centenary 6 @ La Tech 5, McNeese 4 McN 3-4, SFA 2-1 SFA 4, McNeese 2

Bob Gilmore @ McNeese 4, Lamar 3 McN 11-10, Southern 2-1 McNeese 3, La Tech 2 McNeese 10, Nicholls St. 0 @ McN 1-1, SE La. 7-2 Nicholls St. 5, McNeese 0 McN 7-4, Cameron 1-3 McNeese 7, Chicago St. 2 McNeese 8, Centenary 1 McNeese 7, Lamar 2 McN 7-5, Tx Southern 2-4 LSU 13, McNeese 1 McN 4-0, NW State 0-3 NW State 7, McNeese 4 @ Grambling 9, McNeese 5 @ McN 1-0, S. Houston 3-5 @ McNeese 4, S. Houston 0 McN 10-6, SE La. 3-9 McN 4-2, NE La. 0-1 McNeese 12, NE La. 5 @ McN 4-3, UTA 5-2 @ McNeese 4, LSU 1 @ McNeese 12, Centenary 6 @ La Tech 6, McNeese 5 @ McN 3-6, Tulane 7-7 McNeese 4, USL 1 McNeese 3, Grambling 0 McN 6-2, SW Texas 4-3 McNeese 5, SW Texas 4 @ McNeese 6, PV 4 @ McN 5-4, SFA 2-1 @ SFA 9, McNeese 8 1991: 34-18 Coach: Tony Robichaux @ McNeese 10, Houston 9 @ McN 5-5, Tx Southern 3-1 @ McN 13-16, PV 4-9 @ McNeese 20, Southern 9 McN 7-8, Tx Wesleyan 3-5 McNeese 8, Tx Wesleyan 7 @ Texas 6, McNeese 4 @ McN 7-6, H-Simmons 0-7 @ McNeese 12, H-Simmons 1 McNeese 4, Southern 1 Oklahoma 6, McNeese 3 Nicholls 11, McNeese 1 McNeese 6, Oregon St. 5 McNeese 9, Cameron St. 2 McN 10-5, Tx Southern 9-6 McN 4-4, SE La. 2-3 McNeese 8, La Tech 4 McN 12-9, PV 1-0 McNeese 3, Rice 2 McNeese 10, Dartmouth 1 McN 9-10, Lamar 1-6 McN 3-3, UTA 4-4 McNeese 3, UTA 2 @ McNeese 6, LSU 4

1992: 30-22 Coach: Tony Robichaux @ McNeese 20, W. Fla. 16 @ McN 2-1, Florida 16-16 McNeese 14, Houston 9 McN 11-12, Lamar 4-4 @ SE La. 4, McNeese 1 McN 8-4, Ark. Tech 2-3 McNeese 7, Ohio State 4 McNeese 10, Creighton 8 McNeese 3, La Tech 1 @ McN 3-0, UTSA 0-6 @ McNeese 4, UTSA 1 McN 4-9, Tx Southern 3-4 @ Rice 4, McNeese 2 McN 8-5, S. Houston 9-4 McNeese 7, S. Houston 3 McN 11-2, PV 1-1 @ McN 5-1, SFA 4-8 @ SFA 10, McNeese 8 @ Houston 17, McNeese 3 McN 2-2, Nicholls St. 3-0 McNeese 3, Nicholls St. 1 @ McNeese 10, Centenary 7 @ La Tech 10, McNeese 6 @ McN 3-6, UTA 4-8 @ UTA 7, McNeese 2 @ USL 15, McNeese 8 McN 12-8, Houston Bapt 5-3 @ McNeese 12, Tulane 7 McNeese 7, Centenary 3 @ LSU 14, McNeese 2 McN 0-0, SW Texas 11-1 McNeese 4, SW Texas 4 McNeese 6, USL 4 SE La. 8, McNeese 3 @ McN 7-3, NW State 4-4 @ McNeese 7, NW State 3 McN 3-6, NE La. 7-5 NE La. 10, McNeese 3 1993: 38-23 Coach: Tony Robichaux SLC Tournament Champions McN 12-9, Hou Bapt 7-1 McNeese 4, Hou Bapt 3 McN 8-12, PV 6-2 @ McN 14-11, TxSouthern 1-2 @ Rice 11, McNeese 6 McNeese 12, Houston 4 McN 6-7, Baylor 1-10 McNeese 8, Oklahoma 3 Oklahoma 2, McNeese 1 Oklahoma 2, McNeese 1 Lamar 5, McNeese 3 McNeese 10, La Tech 1 McN 5-3, NW State 4-16 NW State 17, McNeese 3 @ SE La. 8, McNeese 5 McN 11-12, NY Tech 4-3 @ USL 9, McNeese 4 McN 2-4, SFA 1-7 McNeese 20, SFA 4 @ La Tech 7, McNeese 2

@ McN 4-4, Nicholls St. 5-2 @ Nicholls St. 7, McNeese 3 McN 5-4, Tx Southern 3-3 McNeese 12, Tulane 8 McN 6-3, UTA 5-1 UTA 8, McNeese 1 @ McN 8-4, Lamar 5-5 @ Lamar 4, McNeese 0 @ LSU 15, McNeese 11 @ McN 14-8, SW Texas 2-1 @ McNeese 11, SW Texas 8 McNeese 3, USL 2 McNeese 5, LSU 3 McN 2-10, UTSA 3-2 McNeese 12, UTSA 3 McNeese 8, SE La. 7 @ McN 1-4, S. Houston 3-1 @ S. Houston 5, McNeese 2 @ McN 1-0, NE La. 0-7 @ +McNeese 11, NE La. 0 (n) +McNeese 4, NW State 2 1993 (cont) (n) +McN 11-3, S. Houston 1-2 @ *Texas 7, McNeese 4 (n) *McNeese 16, Maine 3 (n) *Cal-Fullerton 2, McNeese 0 *-NCAA Regionals + - SLC tournament 1994: 41-17 Coach: Tony Robichaux McN 4-2, H. Baptist 3-1 McN 16-13, PV 1-0 Houston 5, McNeese 4 @ Rice 8, McNeese 3 @ McN 10-5, Tx Southern 0-4 @ Tx A&M 5, McNeese 4 @ McN 18-10, Baylor 2-3 @ McNeese 10, Baylor 1 McNeese 7, Alabama 6 McNeese 15, Tulane 4 McNeese 2, Lamar 1 @ McNeese 5, Lamar 4 @ McNeese 18, Houston 7 McNeese 1, Centenary 0 McN 1-4, S. Houston 7-1 McNeese 7, S. Houston 2 McNeese 14, USL 4 McNeese 14, La Tech 0 McN 0-7, SW Texas 1-1 McNeese 11, SW Texas 9 McNeese 4, Rice 3 Lamar 5, McNeese 3 @ McN 8-1, NW State 9-2 @ McNeese 4, NW State 2 McN 1-5, UTA 2-4 McNeese 8, UTA 2 @ McN 3-3, UNLV 2-4 @ UNLV 6, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 9, SE La. 2 @ McNeese 4, LSU 3 McNeese 9, SE La. 2 @ McN 19-1, SFA 5-2 @ SFA 2, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 7, Centenary 2 @ McNeese 10, La Tech 3 McN 2-4, NE La. 1-0 McNeese 23, NE La. 0 @ McNeese 8, Tulane 4 @ UTSA 3, McNeese 1 @ McN 3-4, Nicholls St. 4-2 @ McNeese 15, Nicholls St. 3 @ McN 2-4, Lamar 1-2 @ +McNeese 9, NW State 3 (n) +UTSA 10, McNeese 5 (n) +NW State 6, McNeese 3 + - SLC tournament 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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Year by Year Results 1995: 41-16 Coach: Jim Ricklefsen McN 3-5, H. Baptist 5-1 McNeese 2, Houston 1 McN 12-6, Loyola 0-3 McN 7-19, Tx Southern 5-1 McN 5-5, Baylor 1-6 McNeese 2, Baylor 1 McN 20-8, PV 1-1 McNeese 9, Creighton 6 McNeese 7, Oral Roberts 0 Kansas State 12, McNeese 10 Rice 5-, McNeese 2 @ McN 6-2, Houston 1-3 @ Houston 4, McNeese 1 McNeese 4, Tx Southern 0 @ McN 4-8, S. Houston 0-3 @ S. Houston 5, McNeese 4 @ McN 15-7, SW Texas 2-6 @ SW Texas 10, McNeese 3 McNeese 9, USL 5 @ Rice 5, McNeese 4 McN 4-13, NW State 7-2 McNeese 4, NW State 2 @ McN 3-2, UTA 0-3 @ UTA 9, McNeese 0 McNeese 15, Tx Southern 0 @ LSU 10, McNeese 1 McNeese 11, SE La. 2 McN 4-16, SFA 2-4 McNeese 4, SFA 1 McNeese 6, Centenary 3 @ McNeese 10, La Tech 5 @ McNeese 15, Centenary 4 @ McN 0-3, NE La. 1-1 @ McNeese 3, SE La. 1 McN 6-9, UTSA 2-5 McNeese 6, UTSA 5 McNeese 10, USL 4 McN 6-7, Nicholls St. 5-1 McNeese 8, Nicholls St. 2 @ +NE La. 4, McNeese 0 (n) +McNeese 7, NW State 3 (n) +McNeese 4, UTA 2 @ +NE La. 10, McNeese 5 +-SLC tournament 1996: 21-31 Coach: Jim Ricklefsen McN 17-4, Tx Southern 7-0 McNeese 9, Loyola 2 Houston 7, McNeese 1 La Tech 13, McNeese 4 @ Tx A&M 9, McNeese 3 @ McN 12-5, Baylor 8-8 McNeese 14, Ohio State 13 Kansas 13, McNeese 7 La Tech 10, McNeese 7 @ McN 5-2, UTSA 17-16 @ UTSA 8, McNeese 7 @ Houston 14, McNeese 7 McN 3-3, SW Texas 2-6 SW Texas 9, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 7, Rice 4 Centenary 7, McNeese 2 @ McN 4-8, S. Houston 6-2 @ S. Houston 6, McNeese 4 SE La. 8, McNeese 5 McNeese 8, Rice 6 McN 3-4, UTA 8-1 McNeese 5, UTA 1 @ LSU 16, McNeese 0 @ McN 14-8, Nicholls St. 11-6 @ McNeese 19, Nicholls St. 10 @ McNeese 9, USL 5 McN 3-7, NE La. 6-8 McNeese 8, NE La. 4 34

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McNeese 8, USL 7 @ McNeese 8, Lamar 7 @ McN 3-2, NW State 2-4 @ NW State 8, McNeese 4 La Tech 15, McNeese 1 @ McN 5-1, NE La. 11-9 @ NE La. 19, McNeese 6 @ SE La. 7, McNeese 3 McN 3-7, NW St. 7-2 NW State 11, McNeese 5 @ Centenary 9, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 6, La Tech 2 McN 13-0, Nicholls St. 14-3 Nicholls St. 7, McNeese 3 1997: 19-32-1 Coach: Jim Ricklefsen (n) McN 7, SE La. 9 (n) McN 16, Southern 0 (n) McN 6, Loyola 3 @ McN 6, Houston 10 @ McN 4, Rice 35 (n) McN 11, SW Missouri 1 (n) McN 3, Nevada 8 McN 3, Prairie View 0 McN 13, Prairie View 0 McN 1, Indiana State 7 McN 3, SW Missouri 2 McN 2, USL 4 McN 12-2, UTSA 0-11 McN 9, UTSA 15 McN 5, Houston 9 (11) @ McN 1-9, SW Texas 4-10 @ McN 2, SW Texas 6 McN 3, Lamar 3 (T) McN 0-6, S. Houston 3-5 McN 3, S. Houston 0 McN 3, La Tech 6 @ McN 2-6, UTA 3-7 (10) @ McN 6, UTA 0 McN 0-8, Nicholls 1-7 McN 7, Nicholls 11 (10) McN 4, Centenary 3 @ McN 6, LSU 9 @ McN 5-3, NE La. 12-7 @ McN 6, NE La. 15 @ McN 4, Lamar 5 McN 4, USL 9 McN 1-4, NW State 9-9 McN 5, NW State 1 @ McN 7, SE La. 9 McN 0, Rice 9 McN 3-7, NE La. 9-5 McN 2, NE La. 15 @ McN 9, La Tech 5 @ McN 2-14, NW State 3-11 @ McN 3, NW State 4 @ McN 6-8, Nicholls 5-4 @ McN 6, Nicholls 0 1998: 34-26 Coach: Mike Bianco NW State 8, McNeese 2 (n) McNeese 5, Southern 1 (n) McNeese 14, Loyola 4 (n) SE La. 10, McNeese 0 McNeese 9, Centenary 1 (n) McNeese 19, Jackson St. 4 (n) NW State 6, McNeese 5 (10) @ McNeese 9, Lamar 4 McN 11-15, Tx So 1-2 Ohio St. 12, McNeese 3 McNeese 4, Iowa St. 2 McNeese 20, Iowa St. 9 McNeese 14, La Tech 3 @ McNeese 15, Nicholls 5 @ McN 4-4, Nicholls 9-3

Chip Stratton

SLC Player of Year 1988 @ LSU 4, McNeese 3 McN 3-4, SE La. 1-7 SE La. 10, McNeese 6 McNeese 15, La College 7 McNeese 13, La Tech 3 @ McN 4-9, S. Houston 1-6 @ S. Houston 11, McNeese 5 @ La. College 4, McNeese 2 LSU 13, McNeese 5 @ NW St. 1, McNeese 0 McN 20-6, UTA 9-8 McNeese 12, UTA 9 McN 14, LSU-S 5 @ Oklahoma 9, McNeese 5 @ Oklahoma 14, McNeese 14 @ Oklahoma 12, McNeese 8 McNeese 11, Lamar 4 @ McN 7-12, NE La. 6-11 @ NE La. 14, McNeese 4 McNeese 11, USL 7 McN 7-8, NW State 10-13 @ McNeese 5, Centenary 4 @ La Tech 13, McNeese 7 McN 3-15, SW Texas 5-2 SW Texas 7, McNeese 5 @ McN 0-3, USL 9-4 @ McN 10-3, UTSA 3-12 @ McNeese 6, UTSA 5 McNeese 10, Lamar 4 Nicholls 12, McNeese 9 S. Houston 10, McNeese 5 1999:31-25 Coach: Mike Bianco @ Rice 8, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 12, Rice 4 Lamar 9, McNeese 7 (n) McNeese 8, UCLA 5 (n)McNeese 12, NW St. 11 (10) @ Rice 10, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 9, La Tech 8 McNeese 13, Ark-Little Rock 5 McNeese 3, Ark-Little Rock 2 McNeese 3, Ark-Little Rock 0 McNeese 14, La-Lafayette 8 Michigan St. 4, McNeese 3 McNeese 12, Indiana St. 8 McNeese 22, La Tech 2 @ McNeese 14, La. College 1 McNeese 8-11, Nicholls St. 4-0 Nicholls St. 11, McNeese 1 NW State 10, McNeese 2 McNeese 13, La. College 1 @ SE La. 7, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 12-6, SE La. 5-5 McNeese 22, LSU-S 1

La-Monroe 6, McNeese 5 La-Monroe 6, McNeese 2 McNeese 3, La-Monroe 1 @ Lamar 17, McNeese 5 McNeese 9, La Tech 2 @ NW State 8, McNeese 7 @ McNeese 4, NW State 1 @ NW State 7, McNeese 6 (10) @ McNeese 7, Texas 5 @ Baylor 14, McNeese 13 Sam Houston 8, McNeese 6 (11) Sam Houston 8-3, McNeese 2-1 McNeese 3-18, Tex Southern 1-1 McNeese 3, La-Lafayette 2 @ UT Arlington 11, McNeese 8 @ UT Arlington 4, McN 3 (10) @ UT Arlington 4, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 5, Lamar 4 (12) @ SW Texas 7, McNeese 6 @ SW Texas 12, McNeese 9 @ McNeese 25, SW Texas 7 @ LSU 7, McNeese 2 McNeese 4, UT San Antonio 3 McNeese 13, UT San Antonio 5 UT San Antonio 13, McNeese 9 Lamar 12, McNeese 8 Lamar 6, McNeese 1 McNeese 8, Lamar 5 Lamar 11, McNeese 3 @ NW State 14, McNeese 1 2000: 39-20 Coach: Mike Bianco SLC Champions @ McNeese 14, Tex Southern 5 McNeese 10, Mil-Wis. 4 McNeese 10, Oral Roberts 8 McNeese 12, UNO 6 @ Tulane 5, McNeese 4 McNeese 5-11, Grambling 4-3 @ Rice 6, McNeese 4 (n) McNeese 9, Lamar 7 (n) New Mexico 5, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 9, LSU 8 (11) McNeese 20-13, Prairie View 5-3 McNeese 15, Minnesota 5 McNeese 7-7, Minnesota 1-3 @ La-Lafayette 9, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 7-5, UTSA 1-3 @ UTSA 11, McNeese 3 Tulane 9, McNeese 8 McNeese 14, SW Texas 6 McNeese 7, SW Texas 1 SW Texas 11, McNeese 8 (11) McNeese 11, Tex Southern 5 McNeese 11-14, UTA 1-0 McNeese 8, UTA 4 McNeese 4, Louisiana Tech 1 @ McN 11-0, Sam Houston 4-7 @ McNeese 6, Sam Houston 3 @ McNeese 7, La. Tech 0 McNeese17, La. College 3 McNeese 11, NW State 3 McNeese 16, NW State 1 McNeese 6, NW State 4 @ Texas 4, McNeese 2 @ La-Monroe 6, McNeese 5 @ McNeese 8, La-Monroe 6 @ La-Monroe 11, McNeese 9 @ Rice 4, McNeese 1 SE La. 5, McNeese 4 McNeese 4, SE La. 3 McNeese 8, SE La. 7 @ Oklahoma 15-12, McN 5-9 @ McNeese 12, Nicholls St. 5 @ McNeese 10, Nicholls State 0 @ Nicholls State 5, McNeese 4

McNeese 6,La-Lafayette 5 @ McNeese 4-8, Lamar 2-0 @ McNeese 7, Lamar 3 (SLC Tournament) (n) NW State 6, McNeese 4 (n) S. Houston 4, McNeese 3 (11) (NCAA Tournament) @ La-Lafayette 11, McNeese 5 (n) Marist 6, McNeese 5 2001: 29-25 Coach: Todd Butler McNeese 7, Tex Southern 2 @ McNeese 4, UTPan Am 2 (10) @ McNeese 9, UT Pan Am 0 @ UT Pan Am 5, McNeese 4 McNeese 12-12, Prairie View 0-2 McNeese 9, UNO 3 @ N. Mexico St. 7-22, McN 5-3 @ N. Mexico St. 10,McNeese 9 @ LSU 7, McNeese 3 McNeese 12, Northwestern 2 McNeese 5, E. Michigan 1 McNeese 10, SW Missouri 4 @ McNeese 11, Texas 4 @ McNeese 1-11, SE La. 8-3 @ McNeese 9, SE La. 3 @ La. -Lafayette 14, McNeese 3 McNeese 7, Michigan 1 Michigan 3, McNeese 1 Michigan 6, McNeese 4 (11) @ McNeese 9, Tex Southern 5 @ McNeese 5-9, UTA 6-10 (10) @ UTA 14, McNeese 8 McNeese 8, Troy State 7 McNeese 18, Troy State 6 McNeese 20-0, S. Houston 0-11 McNeese 5, Sam Houston 2 McNeese 2, La-Monroe 1 La-Monroe 6, McNeese 4 McNeese 9, La-Monroe 3 McNeese 5, LSU-Shreveport 4 @ McN 3-3, NW State 4 (8)-1 @ NW State 3, McNeese 2 @ McN 7, Ark-Little Rock 2 @ Ark-Little Rock 8, McN 4 McNeese 4, UTSA 3 McNeese 2-9, UTSA 3-8 McNeese 5-13, Lamar 20-14 (10) Lamar 8, McNeese 5 @ UNO 10, McNeese 2 @ SW Texas 13, McNeese 3 @ SW Texas 18, McNeese 6 @ SW Texas 13, McNeese 3 McNeese 14, Nicholls State 7 McNeese 6, Nicholls State 5 (10) McNeese 9, Nicholls State 8 McNeese 14, La-Lafayette 4

Brian Vidrine


Year by Year Results 2002: 30-28 Coach: Todd Butler @ Arkansas State 13, McN 2 @ McN 3, Arkansas State 1 @ Arkansas State 7, McN 6 @ Troy State 7, McNeese 4 @ McN 18, Troy State 17 (10) McNeese 11, UT Pan American 4 McNeese 8, UT Pan American 4 McNeese 9, UT Pan Am 8 (10) Nebraska 9, McNeese 4 McNeese 9, Southern Miss 7 McNeese 10, La-Monroe 2 @ Arkansas 5, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 14, Arkansas 9 @ McNeese 4, Arkansas 1 @ Houston 7, McNeese 6 @ Nicholls State 7, McNeese 4 @ Nicholls State 4, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 17, Nicholls State 4 @ Texas 14, McNeese 0 @ Baylor 9, McNeese 4 McNeese 6, SW Texas 1 McNeese 11, SW Texas 10 McNeese 9, SW Texas 8 McNeese 5, Ark-Little Rock 1 McNeese 16, Ark-Little Rock 9 McNeese 6, Northwestern State 5 McNeese 7, Northwestern State 5 Northwestern State 10, McN 6 McNeese 7, Texas Southern 4 @ La-Lafayette 12, McNeese 9 @ Lamar 3, McNeese 2 @ Lamar 8, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 5, Lamar 1 La-Lafayette 6, McNeese 3 SE Louisiana 8, McNeese 6 (10) McNeese 10, SE Louisiana 3 McNeese 7, SE Louisiana 6 (10) @ McN 9, UT San Antonio 4 @ UT San Antonio 17, McN 13 @ McN 9, UT San Antonio 7 McNeese 11, UT Arlington 4 UT Arlington 7, McNeese 3 McNeese 5, UT Arlington 3 @ Oklahoma 7, McNeese 2 @ Oklahoma 4, McNeese 2 McNeese 9, Samford 2 McNeese 8, Samford 7 Samford 14, McNeese 10 @ La-Monroe 6, McNeese 3 @ La-Monroe 6, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 6, La-Monroe 3 @ Ole Miss 3, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 14, Sam Houston 3 @ Sam Houston 5, McN 4 (10) @ Sam Houston 14, McN 11 (n) *McN 7, La-Monroe 6 (10) @ *Lamar 4, McNeese 3 (n) * Northwestern St. 9, McN 2 * - SLC tournament 2003: 31-30 Coach: Todd Butler Southland Conference Tournament Champions McNeese 7, Delaware St. 1 McNeese 23, Delaware St. 10 McNeese 19, Delaware St. 13 McNeese 3, Grambling 0 Southern 9, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 4, Southern Miss 2 @ Southern Miss 7, McNeese 6 @ Southern Miss 8, McNeese 7 McNeese 11, Louisiana Tech 1 McNeese 16, Arkansas State 4 McNeese 8, Arkansas State 7 Arkansas State 9, McNeese 3

Georgia 8, McNeese 5 Oral Roberts 6, McNeese 5 McNeese 8, South Alabama 3 @ McNeese 9, Ole Miss 8 @ McNeese 4, Ole Miss 3 (n) McNeese 4, Wichita State 3 (n) McNeese 5, Ohio State 3 @ McNeese 4, La-Lafayette 3 McNeese 6, UTSA 5 UTSA 5, McNeese 2 McNeese 13, UTSA 2 McNeese 8, La-Lafayette 7 @ Texas State 2, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 3, Texas State 1 @ Texas State 4, McNeese 3 La-Monroe 8, McNeese 4 La-Monore 6, McNeese 4 McNeese 2, La-Monroe 1 @ UTA 6, McNeese 2 @ UTA 10, McNeese 3 @ UTA 6, McNeese 3 @ Southern 6, McNeese 1 Nicholls State 12, McNeese 8 McNeese 4, Nicholls State 2 McNeese 11, Nicholls State 2 @ Nebraska 11, McNeese 1 @ Nebraska 8, McNeese 5 @ NW State 7, McNeese 2 @ NW State 4, McNeese 3 @ NW State 4, McNeese 2 @ McNeese 3, SE Louisiana 1 @ McNeese 10, SE Louisiana 3 @ SE Louisiana 7, McNeese 6 @ Louisiana Tech 9, McNeese 8 @ Samford 4, McNeese 2 @ Samford 3, McNeese 1 Lamar 9, McNeese 2 McNeese 7, Lamar 5 Lamar 14, McNeese 2 McNeese 5, Sam Houston 1 McNeese 11, Sam Houston 10 McNeese 10, Sam Houston 9 (n) *McNeese 6, Lamar 4 (n) *McNeese 6, NW State 1 (n) *McNeese 12, UTA 3 (n) *UTA 12, McNeese 7 (n) *McNeese 14, UTA 0 @ +Rice 3, McNeese 2 (n) +Ole Miss 7, McNeese 1 * - SLC tournament + - NCAA regional tournament 2004: 24-29 Coach: Chad Clement @ La Tech 9, McNeese 7 @ McNeese 18, La Tech 4 @ La Tech 9, McNeese 3 Lehigh 11, McNeese 8 Lehigh 6, McNeese 1 Lehigh 3, McNeese 0 McNeese 6, Marist 0 McNeese 2, Marist 0 McNeese 9, Marist 3 @ Arkansas 7, McNeese 1 @ Arkansas 7, McNeese 2 McNeese 4, N. Iowa 2 McNeese 5, N. Iowa 4 N. Iowa 6, McNeese 3 McNeese 17, Grambling 0 Oklahoma St. 7, McNeese 6 McNeese 6, Indiana St. 2 S. Mississippi 6, McNeese 5 (n) Ohio State 8, McNeeSe 1 (n) McNeese 7, Winthrop @ McNeese 9, S. Alabama 7 @ McNeese 2, Nicholls St. 0 @ McNeese 4, Nicholls St. 2 @ McNeese 12, Nicholls St. 10

Hud Jackson

McNeese MVP 1992 @ McNeese 10, Grambling 5 Texas State 10, McNeese 0 Texas State 17, McNeese 4 Texas State 7, McNeese 2 NW State 11, McNeese 5 McNeese 10, NW State 4 NW State 8, McNeese 1 McNeese 12, UNO 5 @ Lamar 7, McNeese 3 @ Lamar 7, McNeese 2 @ Lamar 9, McNeese 3 McNeese 4, La-Lafayette 3 McNeese 5, SE La. 4 SE La. 5, McNeese 4 SE La. 10, McNeese 9 @ UTSA 11, McNeese 6 @ McNeese 6, UTSA 3 @ McNeese 7, UTSA 4 @ La-Lafayette 15, McNeese 6 McNeese 2, UTA 1 McNeese 9, UTA 5 McNeese 7, UTA 3 @ Rice 4, McNeese 0 @ La-Monroe 9, McNeese 4 @ La-Monroe 5, McNeese 3 @ La-Monroe 7, McNeese 6 @ Sam Houston 7, McNeese 6 @ Sam Houston 11, McNeese 7 @ McNeese 17, Sam Houston 7 2005: 23-31 Coach: Chad Clement La Tech 3, McNeese 1 La Tech 8, McNeese 4 La Tech 9, McNeese 1 Troy 9, McNeese 3 McNeese 13, Troy 5 McNeese 12, Troy 7 @ Tulane 3, McNeese 0 McNeese 9, Prairie View 2 McNeese 9, Prairie View 2 McNeese 14, Prairie View 3 @ SW Mo. 6, McNeese 1 @ Mercer 13, McNeese 9 @ McNeese 3, S. Miss 2 @ Alabama 4, McNeese 0 @ Alabama 3, McNeese 2 @ Alabama 23, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 4, La-Lafayette 3 @ McNeese 21, UNO 3 @ McNeese 14, UNO 9 @ UNO 11, McNeese 2 @ Wichita St. 13, McNeese 4 @ Wichita St. 7, McNeese 7 Sam Houston 3, McNeese 2 McNeese 10, Sam Houston 8

Sam Houston 4, McNeese 2 Lamar 6, McNeese 4 Lamar 7, McNeese 4 Lamar 11, McNeese 10 McNeese 16, Loyola 1 McNeese 4, Loyola 0 @ SE La. 10, McNeese 1 @ SE La. 11, McNeese 6 @ McNeese 9, SE La. 5 @ Dallas Bapt. 9, McNeese 8 @ Dallas Bapt. 16, McNeese 8 @ NW State 8, McNeese 4 @ NW State 12, McNeese 3 @ NW State 11, McNeese 0 McNeese 5, Nicholls St. 3 Nicholls St. 7, McNeese 4 McNeese 7, Nicholls St. 3 @ McNeese 17, UTA 5 @ McNeese 3, UTA 2 @ UTA 5, McNeese 0 La-Lafayette 6, McNeese 2 McNeese 6, La-Monroe 4 La-Monroe 5, McNeese 2 McNeese 2, La-Monroe 1 @ McNeese 7, Texas State 3 @ Texas State 5, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 7, Texas State 5 McNeese 6, UTSA 1 UTSA 4, McNeese 0 McNeese 9, UTSA 8 2006: 35-20 Coach: Chad Clement Southland Conference Champions McNeese 6, La Tech 4 McNeese 10, La Tech 5 La Tech 5, McNeese 3 @ Rice 6, McNeese 2 @ Tulane 5, McNeese 3 SE Missouri 8, McNeese 1 McNeese 7, SE Missouri 6 McNeese 10, SE Missouri 0 McNeese 3, Siena 0 McNeese 6, Siena 4 McNeese 5, Siena 1 @ La-Lafayette 3, McNeese 2 McNeese 4, Dallas Baptist 3 Dallas Baptist 11, McNeese 8 @ Sam Houston 7, McNeese 3 @ Sam Houston 7, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 8, Sam Houston 5 McNeese 5, La-Lafayette 4 McNeese 21, Prairie View 7 McNeese 12, Prairie View 3 McNeese 5, Prairie View 0 McNeese 2, Texas State 1 Texas State 5, McNeese 4 McNeese 5, Texas State 4 @ UTSA 4, McNeese 3 @ UTSA 8, McNeese 7 @ McNeese 15, UTSA 9 @ Houston 12, McNeese 8 McNeese 14, SFA 13 McNeese 4, SFA 2 Mc Neese 8, SFA 3 Houston 11, McNeese 1 McNeese 10, UTA 3 UTA 19, McNeese 5 McNeese 10, UTA 0 @ La-Lafayette 8, McNeese 4 @ McNeese 11, Nicholls St. 2 @ Nicholls St. 4, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 7, Ncholls St. 2 @ McNeese 7, Baylor 0 @ McNeese 7, La-Monroe 5 @ McNeese 9, La-Monroe 7

@ McNeese 12, La-Monroe 6 @ Tulane 11, McNeese 8 McNeese 6, SE La. 2 McNeese 5, SE La. 4 McNeese 9, SE La. 1 McNeese 12. NW State 1 McNeese 3, NW State 2 McNeese 9, NW State 6 @ McNeese 7, Lamar 5 @ McNeese 14, Lamar 3 @ Lamar 16, McNeese 3 +NW State 9, McNeese 1 +UTA 5, McNeese 1 + - SLC tournament game 2007: 21-35 Interim Coach: Chris Fackler UT-Pan Am Tournament CS-Northridge 4, McNeese 3 OSU 7, McNeese 0 @ UT-Pan Am 9, McNeese 7 @ Texas A&M 5, McNeese 2 @ LaTech 8, McNeese 2 @ LaTech 15, McNeese 13 @ LaTech 14, McNeese 5 @ Houston 12, McNeese 4 LeMoyne 3, McNeese 2 McNeese 10, LeMoyne 4 McNeese 8, LeMoyne 5 @ La-Monroe 8, McNeese 6 @ Alabama 6, McNeese 4 @ Alabama 9, McNeese 1 @ Alabama 4, McNeese 3 @ Tulane 8, McNeese 3 McNeese 11, St. John’s 4 St. John’s 11, McNeese 5 St. John’s 5, McNeese 1 @ LSU 6, McNeese 3 UTSA 3, McNeese 1 UTSA 12, McNeese 9 UTSA 16, McNeese 2 @ La-Lafayette 9, McNeese 5 La-Lafayette 9, McNeese 5 @ McNeese 7, Nicholls 5 @ McNeese 2, Nicholls 1 @ McNeese 11, Nicholls 2 McNeese 11, La-Monroe 7 McNeese 4, NW State 0 McNeese 5, NW State 4 @ SE La. 15, McNeese 3 @ McNeese 2, SE La. 1 @ McNeese 8, SE La. 3 @ McNeese 10, UTA 3 @ McNeese 3, UTA 1 @ UTA 4, McNeese 3 Sam Houston 10, McNeese 1 Sam Houston 10, McNeese 7 Sam Houston 7, McNeese 5 @ McNeese 4, TAMU-CC 3 @ McNeese 15, TAMU-CC 8 @ McNeese 10, TAMU-CC 4 Houston 5, McNeese 4 McNeese 11, Central Arkansas 2 McNeese 6, Central Arkansas 1 McNeese 7, Central Arkansas 4 @ Texas State 2, McNeese 1 @ McNeese 10, Texas State 7 @ Texas State 18, McNeese 5 @ Texas A&M 11, McNeese 6 @ Lamar 4, McNeese 2 Lamar 9, McNeese 2 McNeese 7, Lamar 4 +Lamar 12, McNeese 2 +SFA 11, McNeese 3 + - SLC tournament game

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Year by Year Results 2008: 13-42 Coach: Terry Burrows @La Tech 14, McNeese 5 @La Tech 13, McNeese 1 @La Tech 17, McNeese 0 @Texas A&M 8, McNeese 3 @Texas A&M 8, McNeese 4 McNeese 13, Houston Bapt. 8 Houston Bapt 10, McNeese 4 Houston Bapt 7, McNeese 4 @Lamar 4, McNeese 0 Lamar 6, McNeese 3 @UTA 26, McNeese 1 @Dallas Bapt. 10, McNeese 8 @McNeese 8, Oral Roberts 4 @McNeese 15, Tex Southern 7 @UTSA 13, McNeese 3 @UTSA 15, McNeese 4 @UTSA 4, McNeese 1 McNeese 6, Nicholls St.3 McNeese 4, Nicholls St. 1 McNeese 8, Nicholls St. 5 Houston 11, McNeese 1 McNeese 14, Grambling 2 SE La. 4, McNeese 2 McNeese 11, SE La. 10 SE La. 17, McNeese 11 @Tulane 10, McNeese 3 UL Monroe 9, McNeese 6 @McNeese 5, NW State 3 @NW State 5, McNeese 4 @NW State 9, McNeese 2 McNeese 9, Tex Southern 5 UL Lafayette 14, McNeese 8 UTA 7, McNeese 2 UTA 10, McNeese 8 UTA 13, McNeese 12 @UL Monroe 21, McNeese 9 @Sam Houston 2, McNeese 1 @Sam Houston 10, McNeese 2 @Sam Houston 11, McNeese 1 @Houston 7, McNeese 4 @LSU 6, McNeese 0 TAM-Corpus 3, McNeese 2 TAM-Corpus 7, McNeese 1 McNeese 10, TAM-Corpus 5 @McNeese 10, Grambling 9 @C.Ark. 10, McNeese 2 @McNeese 11, C. Ark. 9 @UL Lafayette 5, McNeese 4 Texas State 8, McNeese 2 Texas State 26, McNeese 4 Texas State 3, McNeese 1 Lamar 5, McNeese 4 @Lamar 11, McNeese 10 @Lamar 2, McNeese 1 2009: 21-30 Coach: Terry Burrows McNeese 9, H. Baptist 6 McNeese 15, H. Baptist 2 McNeese 6, H. Baptist 2 McNeese 15, Ark-LR 7 Ark-LR 10, McNeese (11) McNeese 10, La Tech 5 McNeese 16, La Tech 6 McNeese 8, La Tech 5 NW St. 8, McNeese 6 NW St. 10, McNeese 9 McNeese 15, NW St. 14 @Tulane 15, McNeese 7 McNeese 11, ULM 10 (10) @SE La. 9, McNEese 6 @SE La. 13, McNeese 3 @SE La. 7, McNeese 5 ULL 10, McNeese 2 @#5LSU 6, McNeese 3 36

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@McNeese 14, TAM-Corpus 4 @TAM-Corpus 6, McNeese 4 @McNeese 17, TAM-Corpus 7 McNeese 10, C. Ark. 5 C. Ark. 11, McNeese 7 McNeese 12, C.. Ark. 11 (11) S. Houston 7, McNeese 5 (10) S. Houston 12, McNeese 7 S. Houston 13, McNeese 11 (13) McNeese 10, Tex. Southern 9 @UTA 8, McNeese 7 (10) @UTA 18, McNeese 8 @McNeese 2, UTA 1 @McNeese 10, Lamar 7 McNeese 10, Lamar 9 SFA 6, McNeese 1 McNeese 14, SFA 6 McNeese 8, SFA 7 @ULM 8, McNeese 2 @Tex. St. 9, McNeese 4 @Tex. St. 16, McNeese 6 @Tex. St. 15, McNeese 2 @ULL 4, McNeese 1 Houston 6, McNeese 3 @Lamar 3, McNeese McNeese 8, Lamar 4 Lamar 13, McNeese 5 @Houston 12, McNeese 2 UTSA 15, McNeese 10 UTSA 20, McNeese 6 UTSA 13, McNeese 11 @McNeese 18, Nicholls 7 @Nicholls 3, McNeese 1 @ - away games 2010: 31-27 Coach: Terry Burrows McNeese 7, Valparaiso 6 McNeese 8, Valparaiso 2 McNeese 12, Valparaiso 0 @LSU 2, McNeese 1 @La Tech 19, McNeese 12 @McNeese 8, La Tech 7 (10) @McNeese 8, La Tech 5 +Dallas Baptist 2, McNeese 1 +Penn State 12, McNeese 6 +McNeese 12, Lamar 9 McNeese 12, UNO 11 @NW State 9, McNeese 2 @McNeese 10, NW State 7 @NW State 16, McNeese 6 SE La. 6, McNeese 5 SE La. 9, McNeese 2 McNeese 4, SE La. 3 (10) Arkansas 3, McNeese 2 Arkansas 7, McNeese 6 McNeese 1l, AM-Corpus 10 (10) McNeese 13, AM-Corpus 12 McNeese 12, AM-Corpus 2 McNeese 13, ULM 1 @McNeese 12, C. Ark. 8 @McNeese 12, C. Ark 5 @McNeeSe 7, C. Ark 6 @McNeese 13, Prairie View 4 @McNeese 12, Sam Houston 1 @Sam Houston 7, McNeese 1 @Sam Houston 6, MNcNeese 3 McNeese 12, Tex Southern 2 McNeese 9, UTA 4 UTA 13, McNeese 3 UTA 9, McNeese 3 @ULL 5, McNeese 2 @SFA 2, McNeese 1 (12) @SFA 10, McNeese 6 @McNeese 15, SFA 7 @McNeese 14, UNO 13 McNeese 7, Lamar 3

Jason Morvant

All-time stolen base leader @McNeese 6, Lamar 3 @McNeese 5, Lamar 3 @McNeese 16, ULM 8 Tex State 13, McNeese 1 McNeese 5, Tex State 2 Tex State 6, McNeese 3 @UTSA 11, McNeese 10 @UTSA 11, McNeese 10 (10) @ UTSA 7, McNeese 6 McNeese 5, ULL 4 McNeese 15, Nicholls 3 McNeese 14, Nicholls 13 Nicholls 10, McNeese 7 *McNeese 8, SE La. 7 *Lamar 10, McNeese 7 *McNeese 5, SE La. 4 *Lamar 9, McNeese 3 +-Lamar tournament *-SLC tournament McNeese All-time Team Batting Average and ERA Year BA ERA 2010 .304 6.52 2009 .316* 7.60 2008 .267 7.88 2007 .277 5.93 2006 .284 4.55 2005 .263 5.39 2004 .272 5.29 2003 .272 4.34 2002 .304 5.12 2001 .294 5.14 2000 .305 4.33 1999 .293 5.15 1998 .303 5.77 1997 .270 5.02 1996 .279 6.82 1995 .311 3.08 1994 .311 2.75* 1993 .282 4.09 1992 .281 5.21 1991 .272 2.99 1990 .272 2.91 1989 .314 4.24 1988 .275 5.20 1987 .267 5.34 1986 .277 5.58 1985 .265 5.46 1984 .248 5.74 1983 .257 4.36 1982 .272 4.52 1981 .283 4.67 1980 .270 5.40

1979 .287 1978 .248 1977 .264 1976 .261 1975 .246 1974 .254 1973 .267 1972 .274 1971 .263 1970 .252 1969 .246 1968 .281 1967 .231 1966 .182 1965 .189 1964 .196 1963 .201 1962 .253 1961 .271 1960 .225 1959 .271 1958 .294 1957 1956 .233 1955 1954 1953 .180 * - school record

3.52 6.72 4.81 3.51 3.75 3.60 3.91 4.25 3.41 2.79 3.38 2.89 3.61 3.99 4.40 3.38 4.27 3.60 3.36 3.79 5.23 3.72 3.88 3.47 3.02 -

ALL TIME RECORD W - 1255 L - 1295 T-8 CAREER LEADERS Home Runs 43 - Ben Broussard (‘96-99) 35 - Charlie Kingrey (2004-07) 33 - Tim Lemke (2002-03) 32 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE) 31 - Jason LeCronier (‘94-95) 30 - Chip Stratton (‘87-88) 30 - Doug Cormier (‘98-01) 27 - Stuart Landreneau (‘97-00) 27 - Kevin Mitchell (‘00-01) 25 - Shanie Dugas (‘76-79) 24 - Tommy Eubanks (2002-03) 23 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 23 - Rico Gholston (‘91-92) 22 - Terry Bond (‘84-87) 21 - Dick Morris (‘68-70) 20 - Taylor Freeman (‘08-09) 19 - Jim Young (‘76-79) 19 - Jeff Gremillion (‘88-89) 19 - Chris Schmitz (‘97-98) 19 - Steve Irvine (‘09-10) 18 - Clint Gould (‘93-94) 18 - Mike Trahan (‘96-97) 16 - Kurt Heble (‘90-91) 15 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) RBIs 174 - Ben Broussard (‘96-99) 170 - Charlie Kingrey (2004-07) 154 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 136 - Doug Cormier (‘98-01)

130 - Stuart Landreneau (‘97-00) 126 - Tommy Eubanks (2002-03) 119 - Jim Young (‘76-79) 118 - Jason LeCronier (‘94-95) 118 - Kevin Mitchell (‘00-01) 113 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE) 111 - Charlie Phillips (‘87-90) 111 - James Gallier (‘79-82) 109 - Shanie Dugas (‘76-79) 108 - Taylor Freeman (‘08-09) 107 - Lud Henry (‘79-82) 105 - Terry Bond (‘84-87) Triples 17 - Chris Schmitz (‘97-98) 12 - Brig Taylor (‘96) 12 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) 11 - Roger Hickernell (‘81-82) 11 - Chris Fontenot (2003-06) 9 - Neal Spencer (‘71-74) 9 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 9 - Dustin Smith (2001-04) Doubles 60 - Bryan Cartie (2005-07) 57 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 56 - Charlie Kingrey (2004-07) 46 - Charlie Phillips (‘87-90) 45 - Tim Lemke (2002-03) 41 - Stuart Landreneau (‘97-00) 35 - Kevin Mitchell (‘00-01) 34 - Lud Henry (‘79-82) 34 - Brian Bernhardt (2001-04) 33 - Doug Cormier (‘98-01) 33 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) 33 - Taylor Freeman (‘08-09) 32 - Mike Trahan (‘96-97) 31 - Ben Broussard (‘96-99) 31 - Clint Gould (‘93-94) 31 - Jason LeCronier (‘94-95) 30 - Chris Fontenot (2003-06) 29 - Shanie Dugas (‘76-79) 29 - Josh Fontenot (02-05) 28 - Dustin Smith (2001-04) 27 - Chris Fackler (‘87-90) 27 - Jim Young (‘76-79) 25 - Deron Hofstetter (‘92-94) 25 - Terry Bond (‘84-87) 25 - Steve Boulet (‘88-89) 25 - Ryan Robertson (‘92-95) 25 - Chris Schmitz (‘97-98) 25 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE)

Mark Bowling


Year by Year Leaders Runs Scored 163 - Stuart Landreneau (‘97-00) 161 - Doug Cormier (‘98-01) 158 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) 154 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 150 - Charlie Kingrey (2004-07) 146 - Ben Broussard (‘96-99) 140 - Bryan Cartie (2005-07) 133 - Shanie Dugas (‘76-79) 125 - Charlie Phillips (‘87-90) 121 - Jason Morvant (‘88-91) 117 - James Gallier (‘79-82) 117 - Brian Bernhardt (2001-04) .... 104 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE) Base Hits 244 - Charlie Kingrey (2004-07) 240 - Ran Prince (2000-03) l227 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) 216 - Stuart Landreneau (‘97-00) 202 - Bryan Cartie (2005-07) 194 - Ben Broussard (‘96-99) 184 - Josh Fontenot (02-05) 182 - Charlie Phillips (‘87-90) 176 - James Gallier (‘79-82) 169 - Jim Young (‘76-79) 169 - Tim Lemke (2002-03) 168 - Doug Cormier (‘98-01) 164 - Shanie Dugas (‘76-79) 162 - Deron Hofstetter (‘92-94) 162 - Terry Bond (‘84-87) 160 - Lud Henry (‘79-82) 158 - Brian Bernhardt (2001-04) 151 - Dustin Smith (2001-04) 151 - Tommy Eubanks (2002-03) 150 - Dooley Prince (2002-03) 143 - Neal Spencer (‘71-74) 143 - Chris Schmitz (‘97-98) 141 - Damon Rapp (‘92-95) 136 - Chris Fackler (‘87-90) 136 - Ryan Robertson (‘92-95) 135 - Philip Smith (‘73-75) 132 - Taylor Freeman (‘08-09) .... 123 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE) Stolen Bases 69 - Jason Morvant (‘88-91) 69 - Ran Prince (2000-03) 61 - Jason Alleman (‘88-91) 54 - Bryan Cartie (2005-07) 48 - Jace Peterson (ACTIVE) 48 - Mike Pierce (‘92-93) 48 - Chris Mayfield (‘92-93) 46 - Brian Vidrine (‘89-92) 44 - Dooley Prince (2002-03) 44 - Dustin Smith (2001-04) 43 - Joey Armentor (‘76-79) 41 - Lee Orr (ACTIVE) 40 - Carl Grayson (‘82-83) 40 - Curt Lowry (‘94-95) 40 - Shon Landry (‘06-09) Pitching Victories 28 - Jared Gothreaux (‘99-02) 25 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 22 - Chris Denton (2003-07)

22 - Mike Croker (‘74-76) 22 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) 21 - Rusty Begnaud (2002-04) 18 - Charles Decker (‘56-58) 17 - Steve Ferguson (‘86-89)

Randy Brown 1973,74 Trey Brown 2009, 10 Chris Bruchhaus 1995,96 Billy Bryant 1981,82 Kim Bryant 1979,80,81 Nick Buck 2006,07 Kyle Bull 2007, 08 Garth Buresh 1990,91 Todd Butler 1985,86 Zach Butler 2010 Terry Burrows 1989,90 Martin Byrley 1973

Complete Games 29 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 27 - Mike Croker (‘74-76) 23 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) 20 - Steve Ferguson (‘86-89) 18 - Wayne Bennett (‘84-86) Pitching Shutouts 9 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 6 - Terry Burrows (‘89-90) 5 - Chris Denton (2003-07) 5 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) 4 - John Scroggins (‘76-79) 4 - Mike Croker (‘74-76) Strikeouts 299 - Jared Gothreaux (99-02) 280 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 228 - Chris Denton (2003-07) 201 - Steve Ferguson (‘86-89) 184 - Jacob Marceaux (‘03-05) 178 - Jon Miller (‘85-88) 175 - Chad Clement (‘92-95) 172 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) Innings Pitched 347.2 - Chris Denton (2003-07) 323.1 - Jared Gothreaux (‘99-02) 297 - Rusty Begnaud (2002-04) 296 - Mike Croker (‘74-76) 282.1 - Steve Ferguson (‘86-89) 254.2 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) 252.1 - John Scroggins (‘76-79) 250.2 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 246.1 - Jon Miller (‘85-88) Pitching Appearances 101 - Danny Davis (2004-07) 97 - Chad Clement (‘92-95) 80 - Jared Gothreaux (‘99-02) 68 - Chris Denton (2003-07) 68 - John Portie (‘98-01) 63 - Steve Ferguson (‘86-89) 61 - Justin LeBleu (2005-08) 59 - Mike Croker (‘74-76) 56 - Jacob Marceaux (‘03-05) 55 - Rusty Begnaud (2002-04) 53 - Ray Fontenot (‘76-79) 53 - Jim Stanley (‘70-73) 51 - Jon Miller (‘85-88) LETTERMEN A Mike Abshire 1985,86 David Ackel 1995 Mike Adamek 1989 Chris Adcox ‘92,93,94,95 Matt Allard 1995 Jason Alleman ‘88,89,90,91 Bill Alveraz 1984 Bill Anderson 1983 Gary Anderson 1970,71 Glenn Anderson 1983,84 Jon Anderson 2003, 04 Gerald Andrus 1966,67,68

Jared Gothreaux

All-time strikeout and victory leader Mike Angelo 1992, 93 Gerald Antony 1968 Max Anthony ‘54,55,56,57 Royce Antony 1954,55 Danny Ardoin 1995 Joey Armentor ‘76,77,78,79 Roy Armstrong 1968,69 Chris Ashorn 1998,99 Benet Augustine 1981 Bennett Augustine 1959 B Greg Babineaux 1993, 94 Robert Babineaux ‘65,66,67 Travis Bailey 2008, 09 Matt Banta 2004 Bobby Barnes 1966,67,68 Don Barnett 1960,61 Roland Baras 1958 Ronnie Baron 2003, 04 Tom Barousse 1962,63,64 Clint Barr 1998,99 Dewey Barr 2002 Donny Bayus 1993 Cleve Beard 1957 Bryce Beatty 1979,80,81 Brad Becker 2007 Justin Beitzel 2008, 10 Rusty Begnaud 2002, 03, 04 Justin Beitzel 2007, 09 Wade Bennett 1983 Wayne Bennett 1984,85,86 Brian Bernhardt 2002, 03, 04 Dickie Berry 1955 Ben Berwick 1981,82 John Biagas 1984,85 Jim Bischoff 1960,61,62 Derek Blacksher 2006,07 Jim Blake 1961,62,63,64 Lin Blanchette 1978 Ross Blankenship 2004,05 Jason Bleeker 2005, 06 Richie Bolmarcich 1988 Terry Bond 1984,85,86,87 Chris Bonvillian 2002 Brad Book 1998 Derek Bordelon, 2000, 01,02, 03 Doug Boudreaux 2001 Steven Boulet 1988,89 Jim Bourne 1976 Joey Bourgeois 1983,84,86 Trent Bourque ‘90,91,93,94 Mark Bowling 1988,89 Matt Boyles 2001,02, 03, 04 Kirk Bradley 1998,99, 00 Ryan Brauninger 2007, 08, 09 Ronnie Breaux 1968 Gary Brewster 1985,86 Barney Bridges 1962 Ben Broussard 1996,97,98,99 Bobby Broussard ‘70,71,74 Jeramie Broussard 2004,06,07 Kanon Broussard 2008 Woodrow Broussard 1983

C Frank Calloura 1958,59,60 Tony Camp 1982,83 Chad Carnahan 2001,04,05 Dickie Carr 1961,62 Bryan Cartie 2005,06,07 Clint Carver 1995,96 Jesse Cassard 2001,02 Ed Cepiel 1962 Chris Chambers 1976 Roger Champagne 1985,86,87,88 Cameron Chandler 2005,06 Chris Chandler 1990 Mark Chapman 1983,84,86 Ted Chapman 1953,54,55 Chuck Charlet 1970 Ted Chmielinski 2000 Josh Cholley 2007, 08, 09, 10 Lash Chretien 1997 Therrance Chretien 1999, 01,02 Brian Cifreo 1985 Owen Clanton 2003, 04 Chad Clement ‘92,93,94,95 Matt Click 2008,09, 10 Danny Coco 1975 George Colburn 1968,69,70 Ray Cole 1966,67,68 Chris Coover 2005,06 Johnny Comeaux ‘84,85,87 Leto Comeaux 1954 Clay Condrey 1997, 98 Tony Coniglio 2008, 09 Russell Conner 1976,77 Jonathan Conrad 2007, 08, 09 Doug Cormier 1998,99,00,01 Ken Cormier 1963,64,65 Eloy Cornejo 2006 Beau Cotten 1998,99 Mitch Covington 1997, 98 Skip Crabtree 1986 Bob Craft 1963,64,65,66 Brian Cravey 1997 Tom Crawford 1970,71,72 David Crisp 1989,90 Mike Croker 1974,75,76 Phil Culotta 1965,66,68 Tony Curro 1994 D Kevin Daigle 1988,89 Glenn Dailey 1992 Randy Dale 1970 Raymond Dallas 1976 Danny Davis 2004,05,06,07 Greg Davis 1973 Jim Davis 1970,71,72,73 Ric Davis 2001,02, 03 Tyler Davis 2007, 08, 09, 10 Lance Dawkins 2003 Ben DeClouet 2000,01,02 Rey delosSantos 1984 Charles Decker 1956,57,58 Ronald Dees 1956,57 Keith Delcambre ‘76,77,78 Chris Denton 2003,04,06,07 Jaden Dillon 2009, 10 Howard Dobson 1994, 95 Troy Dodd 1985,86 John Doerfler 2003, 04 Shawn Donahue 1986,87 Ben Dooley 1973,74 Nick Doucet 1981 Butch Dowies 1979,80,81 Taylor Ducoff

Hugh Dugar 1979,80,81 Alex Dugas 2006 Shanie Dugas ‘76,77,78,79 Tyler Dugas 2003,04,06 Gene Dunn 1957,58 Greg Dupin 1966 Doyle Durr 1976 Skippy Durr 1978 Jeremy Duvall 1996 E Todd Eastin 1996, 97 Brett Elam 1994, 95 Eric Elam 2002 Scott Elkins 1973,74 Blake Ellender 2010 Eric Emfinger 2002 Sam English 2006,07 Mike Eskildsen 2001 Nick Eubanks 2008, 09 Tommy Eubanks 2002, 03 Ken Ezell 1954 F Chris Fackler 1987,88,89,90 Shane Faucheaux 1995,96 Taylor Faul 2005,06,07 Rodney Fausett 1981 Mickey Fendley 1979 Levi Ferguson 1999,01 Steve Ferguson ‘86,87,88,89 Archie Fields 1982,85 Mike Fleniken 2000,01 Rudy Flores 1982 Cas Fontenot 1981 Chris Fontenot 2003,04,05,06 Josh Fontenot 2002, 03,04,05 Kirby Fontenot ‘65,66,67,68 Matt Fontenot 2010 Mike Fontenot ‘75,76,77,78 Nathan Fontenot ‘73,74,75 Todd Fontenot 2007, 08 Steve Ferguson ‘86,87,88,89 Archie Fields 1982,85 Matt Fontenot 2009 Phillip Fontenot 1993 Todd Fontenot 2009 Ray Fontenot 1976,77,78,79 Nick Fox 1986,87 Ryan Frantz 2006,07,08, 09 Kelly Free 1992, 93 Taylor Freeman 2008, 09 Anthony Fugarino 1987,88 Buck Fulco 1954,55,56 Frank Fulco 1956 G James Gallier ‘79,80,81,82 Phil Gamble 1965 Zane Gamewell 1996, 98,99 Greg Garner 1989,90,92, 93 Josh German 2000 Rico Gholston 1991,92 Gene Gibson 1958 Mike Giggar 1962,63,64 Bob Gilmore 1960,61,62 Frank Glenn 1959 Pat Golla 1992 Jared Gothreaux 1999,00,01,02 Clint Gould 1993, 94 Joey Granger 1981,82 Seth Granger 2010 Carl Grayson 1982,83 Keith Greene 1985, 86 Kyle Griffin 1979 Jeff Gremillion 1988,89 Todd Griffin 1981,82,83 Eddie Gueits 1984,85 Dustin Guidry 2008 G (cont.) Brian Guillory 1989 Marty Guillory 1999,00 Rhett Gulledge 2003, 04 Jason Gunter 1993, 94, 95 Clive Gustin 1959, 60,61 Bobby Guthrie 1976 Keith Guthrie ‘73,74,75,76

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Lettermen H Marty Habetz 1988,89,90 Randy Habetz 1988 Jerry Hamilton 1955,56 Josh Hansen 2002, 03 Gus Harkness 1966 Brian Harris 1981,82 David Hartman ‘83,84,85,86 Hunter Hays 2006 Cecil Heard 1968,69,70 Derek Hebert 2002 Jeff Hebert 1995 Mace Hebert 2008, 09, 10 Kurt Heble 1990,91 Shane Heinen 1996, 97, 98,99 Jeff Helms 1990,91 Lud Henry 1979,81, 82 Matt Henry 2010 Roger Hickernell 1981,82 Bennie Hickman 1962,63,64 Scott Hiers 1991, 92, 93 Jimmy Hietzler 1966 Deron Hofstetter ‘92,93,94 Brad Holland 1991, 92 Jeff Holland 1994,95 Josh Hollier 2003 Scott Holstein 2008, 09 Harry Hover 1973,74,75 Cleve Howard 1955 Chris Howay 2000,01 Bob Howry 1994 Dale Hrapchak 1996, 97 Jason Hubbard 1996 David Huggins 1997 Joe Hulett 2004,05,06,07 Don Hunt 1966 Johnny Hunter 1961,63,64,65 I Steven Irvine 2009, 10 Amos Ivey 1957,58,59,60 Sam Ivey 1968 J Hud Jackson 1991,92 Jimmy Jarnigan 1974,75 Chad John 1988 Zeb Johnson 1968 Billy Johnston 1958,59,60 P.J. Johnston 2001,02 Al Jones 1966 Grier Jones 1992, 93 Kim Jones 1978 Max Jones 1954, 55 K Lenny Kahn 1958,59,61,62 Joe Kazmar 1960,61,62,63 Jason Keiser 2000,01 Johnny Kellogg 1979 Lionel Kertz 1954 Channing Kile 2007, 08 Mickey Kimball ‘60,61,62 Kenneth King ‘55,56,57,58 Charlie Kingrey 2004,05,06,07 Beau Knowles 2005,06 J.J. Korf 2000,01 Ron Kyle 1960 L Allan Ladd 1970,71 Shane Landreneau 1997,98,99,00 Kerry Landry 1979,80,81 Shon Landry 2006,07, 08, 09 Brian Larocca 1988 Seth Lastrapes 2002, 03, 04, 05 David Leatherwood 2006,07 Tommy LeBlanc 1966 Josh LeBert 2009, 10 Justin LeBleu 2005,06,07, 08 Jason LeCronier 1994,95 Bill Ledbetter 1962 Curt Leger 1985,86 Gil Leger 1990,92, 93 Kirk Leger 1976,77,78 Ryan Leger 2004,05,06

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Jeff Leggett 1979 Josh LeGros 2009 Mike LeLeaux 1979 Tim Lemke 2001,02, 03 Fred Limbocker 1963 Donald Little 1966 Dustin Lloyd 2010 David Lopez 1982 Ronaldo Lopez 1993 Brian Lott 1994 Bill Lowry 1997, 98 Curt Lowry 1994,95 Tommy Luce 2009, 10 Carl Lucynski 1963 Glen Luker 1955,56,57 Rod Lung 1987 M Doug McCullor 1965 Mark McDaniel 1976,77,78 Gayle McDonald 1963,64,65 John McDonnell 1996,97 Tommy McElduff 1992 Pat McLendon 1996,97 Laine McKeller 2001,02 Mike McKinlay 1996 Kevin McNeill 1993,94 Keith Mack 1990 Glenn Mallory 1974 Jim Mallory 1973, 74 Ferral Manuel 1988, 89 Kip Manuel, 1986,87,89 Jacob Marceaux 2003, 04, 05 Ben Marchive 1966 Trey Marik 1991,92,93 Robert Marquez 1995 Dave Marsland 1992 Craig Martel 2002, 03 Daniel Martin 2009 Chris Mayfield 1992, 93 Graham Mazur 1999 Derek Mayo 2001, 02 Henry Meachum 1958,59,60 Brent Meaux 1984 David Mees 1982,83 Gabe Memmert 1996 Chad Menard 1996, 1998 Chet Medlock 1999,00 Sam Merrill 2008, 09 Jon Miller 1985,86,87,88 Kenny Miller 1984,85,86 Butch Millet 1998,99 Nathon Milton 1998 Deron Minor 2007 Chris Mire 1993 Mike Mirelez 1959 Mac Mistric 1982,83,85 Kevin Mitchell 2000,01 Thomas Mixon 1955,56 Don Molino 1956 Cliff Moncrief 1991,92,93 David Montiel 1999,00,02 Glenn Montreuil 1965,66 Dick Morris 1968, 69, 70 Robert Morris 1956, 57 Bill Moseley 1975, 76 James Moss 1956, 57 Lavelle Morgan 2002, 03 Jason Morvant ‘88,89,90,91 Jim Muno 1983 Tommy Murphy 1978 Brandon Murray 1992, 93 Robbie Musick 1983 N Dennis Nations 1978 Jack Newark 2001 Kevin Newkirk ‘84,85,86,87 Tony Niel 1972,73 Walt Nolen 2002, 03, 04 Randy North 1987 O Ramon O’Neill 1986,87 Tommy Olney 1966,67,68 Ross Olson 2009 Josh Ophus 1996

Brandon Orlando 1995 Lee Orr 2009, 10 David Ortego 1978 Kenny Ortego 1993,95,96 Cliff Ostreicher 1965

P Joe Pantoja 1985,86 Phil Parcell 2010 Tyler Park 2010 Nolan Parker 1999,00 Keith Patnode 2008 Jan Peebles 1975,76 David Perez 1979,81,82,83 Jace Peterson 2009, 10 Cy Phillips 1984 Charles Phillips ‘87,88,89,90 Mike Pierce 1992, 93 Russell Pierce 1965 Matt Piskor 1996 Joey Poirrier 2000,01, 03, 04 Jarrod Portie 1998,99, 00,01 John Portie 1996,97,98,99 Cory Posey 1985 John Powell 1984 Eddie Price 1968,69,70 Pat Prigmore 1987 Dooley Prince 2002, 03 Ran Prince 2000,01,02 03 Ray Prince 1978 Mike Prokop 1998 Mike Prouse 1982,83 Dino Puci 1985,86 Q David Quattrone 1975 Dondi Quarles 1988 R Ken Rabalais 1962,63,64,65 David Ramsey 1982 Damon Rapp ‘92,93,94,95 D. C. Reed 1956,57,58 Grant Reed 1995, 96, 97,98 Russel Reeder 1994,95 Greg Rehkow 1991 Jay Renobato 1988,89,90 David Richard 2001 Scott Richard 1983,85,86,87 Tad Richard 1987 Paul Richard 1975 Sean Richard 1998 Steve Richard 1974 Chuck Richardson ‘73,74,75 Andy Riche’ 2007, 08, 09, 10 Arthur Richey 1984 Jim Ricklefsen 1984,85,86 John Riddile 1959,60,61 John Riggs 1981 Steve Riha 1990 Ronnie Riley 1970 Tony Ritchie 1976 Derrick Rivers 1993 Michael Robbins 2008, 09 Jackie Roberson 1975 Ryan Robertson ‘92,93,94,95 Mike Robichaux 1988 Tim Robichaux 1981 Tony Robichaux 1981,82 Neil Rogers 1958 John Ropp 2007 Coco Rossitto 1968,69,70 Kyle Roth 2008 Ed Ruiz 1954 Jason Ryan 1998,99 S Josh Salow 2000,01 Ryan Sampere 2010 Wayne Savoy 1965,66 Bubba Savell 1989,91 Jon Saylor 1994,95 Chris Schultea 1990,91 Rick Schuette 1987,88 Howard Schmitt 1959,60 Chris Schmitz 1997,98

Dustin Schroer 2004, 05 Marvin Schuh 1988 John Scroggins 1976,78,79 Colin Sell 1993 Mark Selway 1996,97 Jim Serrano 1997 James Shaw 1979 Shelby Shaw 1989,90,91 Ronald Sheehan 1959 Shon Shelton 1988,89 Rene Sierra 1986,87,88,90 Tommy Silvia 1968 Bill Simon 1973,74,75 Jon Simpson 1987,88 Dennis Slack 1988 Dallas Smith 2007, 08 Dustin Smith 2001, 02, 03, 04 Lance Smith 1989,90 Keith Smith 1992 Mike Smith 2001 Phillip Smith 1973,74,75 Ricky Soileau 1983,86,87 Neal Spencer ‘71,72,73,74 Warren Spencer 1976,77,78 Kevin Sprague 1998,99 Tim Stafford 1990 Kyle Standley 1984 Jim Stanley 1970,71,72,73 Todd Stanley 1996 Pat Stark 2000,01 Tommy Stelly 1974,75 Jerry Stephens 1955 Brad Stevens 1998 Darrel Stevens 2007 Chas. Stevenson ‘58,59,60,61 Nick Stewart 2002 Chip Stratton 1987,88 William Strong 2007 Tyler Stutes 2005,06 Johnny Suydam 1964,65 Carlton Sweeney 1960,61 Jerry Swinson 1964 Tyson Switzenberg 1997, 98 T Brig Taylor 1996 Derrick Taylor 1999 James Thibodeaux 2004, 05,06 Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘74,75 Ted Tolbert 2000 Kevin Thomas 1999 Bryn Thompson 2007, 08, 09,10 Cornell Thompson 1970,71 George Thompson 1999,00 Michael Thompson 2004, 05 John Thomson 1992 Doug Thornton 1976,78 Bubba Thurman 1991-92 Tyler Todd 1990,91 Mike Trahan 1996 Brad Trouard 1975 Jeremy Troutman 1997 Tony Trumps 1955 Mike Turano 1985,86 U Rick Underwood 1976 V Ted Vallery 1962,63 Charles Vallow 1975 Gary Vaughn 1973,74 Jordan Venable 2007, 08, 09, 10 Brian Vidrine 1989,90,91,92 Kenneth Vidrine 1965,66 Greg Vincent 1979 Jacob Vines 2003 W Kevin Wachtman 1997 Scott Wade 1982,83,84 David Waggoner 1998 Eric Walker 2000 Bill Walters 1962,63,64 Dave Washburn 1989 Tom Washburn 1988,90,91 B. J. Waszgis 1991

Rick Weber 2002, 03 Howard Wells 1954 Jerry Wells 1960,61 Paul Welsh 1987,88,89,90 Jon Wente 1997 Gary Westerlage 1982 Don Whittington 1974 Jim Whitworth 1960,61 Dickie Wicks 1967,68 Jerry Wilburn 1954 Mark Williams 1982,83 Chris Williamson 2000 Harry Willie 1954,55 Charles Wimberly 1968,69 Keith Woods 1978 Gary Wooley 1978,79,80,81 Dickie Wriborg 1970 Kyle Wright 1985 Y Shawn Yarbrough 2004 Jim Young 1976,77,78,79 Paul Young 1969,71,72,73 Z Thomas Zabasky 2005,06, 07 Daniel Zaunbrecher 2010


McNeese Coaching Legacy All-time Coaching Staffs

Head Coaches

(head coach listed first)

Terry Burrows

Chris Fackler

Chad Clement

200865-99

2007 interim 21-31

2004-2007 82-84

Todd Butler

Mike Bianco

Jim Ricklefsen

2001-2003 90-83

1998-2000 100-71

1995-1997 83-79-1

Tony Robichaux

Triny Rivera

Johnny Suydam

1988-1994 244-145

1981-1986 141-171-2

1978-1980 71-67

Hubert Boales

Desmond Jones

Ted Chapman

1968-1977 190-197-4

1966-1967 19-34-1

1963-1965 24-58

1953: Cliff Johnson 1954: Cliff Johnson 1955: Kenneth Bahnsen 1956: Reed Stephens 1957: Reed Stephens 1958: Reed Stephens 1959: Reed Stephens 1960: Reed Stephens 1961: Reed Stephens 1962: Ralph O. Ward, Ted Chapman 1963: Ted Chapman 1964: Ted Chapman 1965: Ted Chapman 1966: Desmond Jones 1967: Desmond Jones 1968: Hubert Boales 1969: Hubert Boales 1970: Hubert Boales, Johnny Suydam 1971: Hubert Boales, Slew Thomas 1972: Hubert Boales, Ronnie Dees 1973: Hubert Boales, Ronnie Dees 1974: Hubert Boales, Jerry McEachern 1975: Hubert Boales, Triny Rivera 1976: Hubert Boales, Triny Rivera 1977: Hubert Boales, Triny Rivera 1978: Johnny Suydam, Harry Hover 1979: Johnny Suydam, Harry Hover 1980: Johnny Suydam, Harry Hover 1981: Triny Rivera 1982: Triny Rivera, Bill Simon 1983: Triny Rivera, Randy Cooper, James Gallier 1984: Triny Rivera, Joe Gonzalez, David Perez, Mac Mistric 1985: Triny Rivera 1986: Triny Rivera 1987: Nolan Viator, Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen 1988: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Burke Broussard, Kip Derouen

1989: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Brian Williams 1990: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Scott Eastman, Todd Butler, Rod Lung 1991: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Scott Eastman, Todd Butler, Bob Corley 1992: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Scott Eastman, Bob Corley 1993: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Todd Butler, Brad Holland 1994: Tony Robichaux, Jim Ricklefsen, Todd Butler, Brad Holland 1995: Jim Ricklefsen, Ron Riley, Brad Holland 1996: Jim Ricklefsen, Ron Riley, Brad Holland 1997: Jim Ricklefsen, Ron Riley, Brad Holland, Trent Bourque, Chad Clement 1998: Mike Bianco, Daniel Tomlin, Jeramie Moore, Chad Clement 1999: Mike Bianco, Danilel Tomlin, Chad Clement, Clint Carver 2000: Mike Bianco, Chad Clement, Clint Carver, Butch Millet 2001: Todd Butler, Chad Clement, Shane Faucheaux, Mike Trahan 2002: Todd Butler, Chad Clement, Mike Trahan, Josh Salow, Toney Morse 2003: Todd Butler, Chad Clement, Mike Trahan, Terry Burrows 2004: Chad Clement, Mike Trahan, Daryl Byrd, Ric Davis 2005: Chad Clement, Mike Trahan, Ric Davis 2006: Chad Clement, Chris Fackler, Blair Barbier 2007: Chad Clement/Chris Fackler, Joel Bocchi 2008: Terry Burrows, Jason Gonzales, Bubbs Merrill, David Leatherwood 2009: Terry Burrows, Bubbs Merrill, Clay Van Hook 2010: Terry Burrows, Bubbs Merrill, Clay Van Hook, Sam Merrill 2011: Terry Burrows, Bubbs Merrill, Clay Van Hook, Sam Merrill

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McNeese Athlete of the Year (the Desmond Jones Trophy) The McNeese State athlete of the year award began in the 1985-86 season and is sponsored by the Desmond Jones family in memory of the McNeese Hall of Fame inductee.

Jacob Marceaux 2004-5 Athlete of the Year

2009-10 Derrick Fourroux (football) 2008-9 Kamryn Koch (soccer) 2007-8 Bryan Smith (football) 2006-7 Brad Gebauer (track) 2005-6 Michelle Rzepka (track) 2004-5 Jacob Marceaux (baseball) 2003-4 B. J. Sams (football) 2002-3 Hadley Prince (football) 2001-2 Joe Judge (football) 2000-1 Sita Waru (track) 1999-0 Sita Waru (track)

1994-5 Ronald Cherry (football) 1993-4 Terry Irving (football) 1992-3 Terry Irving (football) 1991-2 Keri Ange (track) 1990-1 Kevin Toth (track) 1989-0 Tony Citizen (football) 1988-9 Michael Cutright (basketball) 1987-8 Chip Stratton (baseball) 1986-7 Brian Cooper (track) 1985-6 Brian Cooper (track)

McNeese State Retired Numbers McNeese State has had eight numbers retired, the only one in baseball being the No. 23 that Ben Broussard wore as an allAmerican first baseman for the Cowboys from 1996 to 1999. He set numerous records for the Cowboys during his career, many of them still standing and was named the player of the year in the Southland Conference. He has also been inducted into the McNeese Hall of Fame. Two numbers have been retired in the sport of football by the university (82 worn by Charles Kuehn and 76 worn by David Poche - both all-Americans), four numbers have been retired in basketball (4 worn by Joe Dumars, 25 by Stan Kernan, 33 by Bill Reigel and 34 by Frank Glenn) and one in soccer, Kamryn Koch’s No. 22.

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SOFTBALL: 1994, 1983 VOLLEYBALL: 1997 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: 1986 MEN’S TENNIS: 1987, 1983 (Southland); 1971, 1970, 1969, 1968, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1953 (Gulf States) SOCCER: 2007

MEN’S BASEBALL: 2006, 2000, 1988 (Southland); 1956 (Gulf States) MEN’S GOLF: 1979, 1978, 1977 (Southland); 1959, 1958 (Gulf States) MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: 2000, 1998, 1989, 1978, 1976, 1975, 1973 (Southland); 1958, 1957, 1956 (Gulf States)

WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY: 1999, 1998 MEN’S OUTDOOR TRACK: 1958 (Gulf States) (67 conference and one national title)


McNeese Hall of Fame

Hubert Boales Inducted ‘05

Amos Ivey

Inducted ‘86

Ray Fontenot Inducted ‘89

Mike Croker Inducted ‘06

Bobby Barnes Inducted ‘93

The McNeese State Hall of Fame was founded in 1980 by sports information director Louis Bonnette. The Hall recognizes those who have distinguished themselves in athletics at the university. Membership in the Hall now numbers 115. Bonnette serves as chairman of the Hall of Fame committee which also includes Johnny Suydam, Ron Hayes, Pam Lafosse, Dr. Daryl Burckel, Kenneth Sweeney, Bobby Dower and Tommy McClelland. A Hall of Fame room will be located in the new Jack Doland athletic fieldhouse. Former Cowboy baseball players now in the Hall include Terry Burrows, Ben Broussard, Bobby Barnes, Mike Croker, Charles Decker, Ray Fontenot, Amos Ivey, Lenny Kahn, Charlie Stevenson and Neal Spencer. Hubert Boales is in the Hall as a former Cowboy baseball coach.

Hall of Fame Inductees Charles Allen ‘10 - football Kent Andrews ‘98 - basketball Charles Ayro ‘10 - football Bobby Barnes ‘93 - baseball/track Jerome Batiste ‘10 - basketball Billy Blakeman ‘09 - football Hubert Boales ‘05 - coach Louis Bonnette ‘02 - sports information Bud Bono ‘05 - golf Don Breaux ‘84 - football Clyde Briley ‘89 - basketball Zack Bronson ‘07 - football Jim Brown ‘91 - tennis Ben Broussard ‘07 - baseball Daryl Burckel ‘02 - football Terry Burrows ‘09 - baseball Dudley Carver ‘04 - basketball Jesse Castete ‘82 - football Vicky Chapman ‘85 - basketball Leonard Chisholm ‘07 - track Gerald Conner ‘95 - football Brian Cooper ‘99 - track Mike Croker ‘06 - baseball Wayne Cusic ‘85 - coach/administrator Charles Decker ‘84 - basketball/ baseball Jules DeRouen ‘82 - football Les DeVall ‘83 - coach Jack Doland ‘90 - coach/administrator Dr. David Drez ‘10 - sports medicine Ernie Duplechin ‘95 - coach/administrator Joe Dumars ‘94 - basketball

Richard Ellender ‘03 - football Errol Eschete ‘97 - football Doug Farr ‘06 - golf Henry Fields ‘09 - football James Files ‘92 - football Dowell Fontenot ‘80 - boxing Ray Fontenot ‘89 - baseball Billy Gabbert ‘08 - golf Keri Ange Gilroy ‘07 - track Frank Glenn ‘81 - basketball Tim Graham ‘95 - golf Ed Green ‘00 - basketball Larry Grissom ‘85 - football Evans Guidroz ‘87 - boxing Paul Guidry ‘91 - football Ellis Guillory ‘94 - coach Rusty Guilbeau ‘01 - football Rogers Hampton ‘93 - football Bob Hayes ‘00 - coach Nick Hebert ‘05 - football Craig Henry ‘98 - track Vicente Hernandez ‘04 - tennis Bob Howell ‘08 - football Terry Irving ‘09 - football Amos Ivey ‘86 - baseball Pat Jean ‘96 - basketball Desmond Jones ‘97 - football Bill Jongbloed ‘87 - track Buford Jordan ‘93 - football Kerry Joseph ‘06 - football Lenny Kahn ‘00 - football Bobby Keasler ‘06 - coach Stan Kernan ‘83 - basketball Glenn Kidder ‘86 - football Wayne Kingery ‘80 - football Charles Kuehn ‘80 - football Lester Landry ‘01 - football

Cherilyn Lantrip ‘04 - softball David Lawrence ‘99 - basketball Edmond Lawrence ‘88 - basketball Arthur Lee ‘99 - coach Darrell Lester ‘02 - football Tangela McAlister ‘06 - basketball Theron McClendon ‘98 - football Richard McNabb ‘08 - basketball Fanahan McSweeney ‘97 - track Rabbit Manuel ‘84 - boxing Carlos Medrano ‘03 - tennis Dick Miller ‘91 - basketball John Miller ‘07 - football James Moore ‘88 - football Roy Moore ‘87 - football Dicky Morgan ‘90 - track George Murphy ‘92 - basketball Carroll Neely ‘83 - football Fred Norris ‘96 - track Pat O’Brien ‘81 - golf Pat O’Callaghan ‘05 - track Carlos Perez ‘04 - tennis Phillip Perry ‘88 - boxing David Poche ‘89 - football Jim Pousson ‘08 - football Charles Powell ‘99 - football A. I. Ratcliff ‘81 - coach/administrator Henry Ray ‘90 - basketball Bill Reigel ‘80 - basketball Ann Roubique ‘01 - softball/basketball John Rudd ‘86 - basketball Curtis St. Mary ‘03 - basketball Ruble Scarborough ‘08 - basketball/track

Tom Sestak ‘83 - football Artie Shankle ‘05 - football Jimmie Shields ‘96 - basketball R. C. Slocum ‘04 - football Leonard Smith ‘96 - football Neal Spencer ‘10 - baseball Stephen Starring ‘00 - football Charlie Stevenson ‘03 - football/ baseball Don Stump ‘02- football Kenneth Sweeney ‘92 - football Johnnie Thibodeaux ‘97 - football Kevin Toth ‘03 - track Don Troutman ‘02 - basketball/ track Nolan Viator ‘98 - football Merlin Walet ‘94 - football Ralph Ward ‘82- coach Sita Waru ‘09 - track Frederico Zarazua ‘81 - tennnis

Terry Burrows Inducted ‘09

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Dowell Fontenot Sports Medicine Center

McNeese State’s Dowell “Doc” Fontenot Sports Medicine Center is an ultra-modern facility and one of the finest in the South. It is named after longtime McNeese athletic trainer Dowell Fontenot (pictured above) who was also a national champion boxer during his undergraduate days at the university and who is a member of the McNeese Hall of Fame. The center is located just south of the McNeese athletic fieldhouse. Funds for the 6,200 square foot medical center were obtained from the state, from private donations and from the McNeese PetroChem Athletic Association.

Jim Murphy Athletic Trainer

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Dr. Brett Cascio Team Physician


Charles Kuehn Weight Room

Zeb Hawkins (pictured near right) and Alan Bryant (pictured far right) serve as McNeese State’s strength and conditioning coaches. Hawkins is the head coach and is in his sixth season as such. Bryant is in his first season. Hawkins, a graduate of Northwestern State, joined the Cowboys after serving in the same capacity with the Demons. Bryant, a graduate of McNeese and a former Cowboy football player, had spent the last eight years as a football coach and strength coach at Sulphur (LA) High School. Both are in charge of the Charles Kuehn (pictured above) weight room which will be located as part of the new Jack Doland athletic facility. The new weight room will encompass 8,000 square feet and will be furnished with the newest Hammer Strength machines and weights. The facility is named in honor of McNeese State’s first football all-American who is pictured above.

Academic Services The athletic academic center provides academic, educational, career and personal support for the more than 300 student athletes at McNeese State University. The goal of the academic center is to assist in the development of every student athlete while providing he or she with the skills necessary for success both on the field and in the classroom. Student athletes have access to tutors, computers, individualized study areas and group study opportunities. Deb Kingrey (pictured at right) is the academic advisor for the athletic department. 2011 MCNEESE BASEBALL

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New Jack Doland Athletic Field House A new Jack Doland athletic fieldhouse is under construction. This will be a two story $8 million facility with new locker rooms, weight rooms, meeting rooms and offices. The building will encompass 32,000 square feet. It will also feature a seating area for football games in Cowboy Stadium.

Lake Charles and Southwest Louisiana McNeese State University is located in Lake Charles, LA, a city with a romatic past and a promising future. Situated in Southwest Louisiana and only 30 miles from the Gulf of Mexico, the area’s scenic beauty and abundant natural resources with waterways playing a predominate role - first lured settlers. Lake Charles was once a haven for pirates like Jean Lafitte who hid contraband along the labyrinth of backwater and bayous. The city’s beginning can be traced to the 1790s when the first French settlers came to carve homesteads out of the dense pine forests. Barthlemy LeBleu established the first home six miles east of Lake Charles (now known as LeBleu settlement). Charles Sallier married LeBleu’s daughter and in 1803 built the first log cabin on the shell beach of Lake Charles. The surrounding area was named after the Indian Chief “Crying Eagle” which in French became Calcasieu, that name today designating the river that runs on the edge of the city and up the middle of the parish. After the Civil War, Lake Charles became a lumber town with a healthy schooner trade, swamped with orders for lumber to help rebuild the war torn South. When lumber began to wane, the city opened a deep water port in 1923, paving the way for industrial development. Today this link to the Gulf accomodates up to 13 ships at a time. Lake Charles is a city of 80,000 diverse people but the influence of the French Acadians is seen in local cusine, language and customs. In many of the small towns and bayous near Lake Charles, Cajun Fench is still spoken. The city is a center for international commerce with its port, abundant oil and gas resources, a sprawling petro-chemical complex and an aviation facility. It has also become a favorite vacation port with riverboat casinos bordering its waters. The city is set in the midst of a sportsman paradise - fishing (saltwater and fresh), hunting (duck, geese, deer, squirrel, rabbit, turkey), shrimping and crabbing are staples. 44

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The Southland Conference

Tom Burnett Commissioner

McNeese State competes in the Southland Conference which lists 12 members for baseball. Besides the Cowboys, other members are Central Arkansas, TAM-Corpus Christi, Texas-Arlington, Northwestern State, Stephen F. Austin, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana, Texas-San Antonio, Sam Houston State, Lamar and Texas State. The Southland has been in existence since 1963 and McNeese State has been a member since 1972. McNeese is now the longest standing member of the league and during the 39 years the Cowboys have been in the conference, they have won three league titles (1988, 2000, 2006), two conference tournament crowns (1993, 2003) and have finished second three times, placing in the upper division a total of 17 times. The conference receives an automatic berth in the NCAA playoffs for its tournament champion. This year’s tournament will take place in San Marcos, TX.

LEAGUE ADDRESS 2600 Network Blvd. Suite 150 Frisco, TX 75034 (972) 422-9500 www.southland.org

.....www.mcneesesports.com The official McNeese State athletic website is: www. mcneesesports. com Go to that site for all of the up-to-date information on the Cowboys.

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Cowboys in the Major Leagues

Clay Condrey

Bob Howry

Danny Ardoin

Ray Fontenot

McNeese State has had six players compete in the Major Leagues and one - Clay Condrey - was a member of the world champion Philadelphia Phillies in 2008. Also, Jacob Marceaux was a first round draft choice of the Florida Marlins in 2005. Current Cowboy baseball coach Terry Burrows competed in the majors for the Texas Rangers, the Milwaukee Brewers and the San Diego Padres. The last two former Cowboys on a major league roster were Bob Howry and Condrey. Howry has retired while Condrey is a free agent. McNeese players drafted most recently by the pros were catcher Taylor Freeman by the New York Mets and shortstop Shon Landry by the St. Louis Cardinals.

Ben Broussard

Terry Burrows

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Player, Organization Taylor Freeman, New York Mets Shon Landry, Texas Rangers Bryan Cartie, St. Louis Charlie Kingrey, St. Louis Derek Blacksher, Florida Chris Denton, Kansas City Jacob Marceaux, Florida Rusty Begnaud, Kansas City Walt Nolen, Chicago Cubs Dustin Smith, Chicago Cubs Lavelle Morgan, San Diego Lance Dawkins, Chicago Cubs Jared Gothreaux, Houston Chris Williamson, St. Louis Ben Broussard, Cincinnati Kevin Sprague, St. Louis Graham Mazur, Chicago White Sox Clay Condrey, San Diego David Huggins, Toronto MCNEESE BASEBALL 2011

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The Frank E. Landry Jr. Baseball Complex is named after the son of the late Frank Landry who was a guiding force in lighting Cowboy Diamond and also in the construction of the baseball complex. Frank Landry Jr. was a graduate of Barbe High. He was killed in an automobile accident.

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