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Redlands Baseball 2008



Redlands Baseball 2008

SeaSon outlook Spring 2008 brings a lot of excitement to the Redlands Baseball Program. Preseason ranked 11th by the NJCAA and a slew of returners, the 2008 group of Cougars have Millington, Tennessee, and a trip to the NJCAA World Series in their sights! One thing hasn’t changed and that’s Redlands winning ways and the desire to be the best, both on the field and in the classroom. After the second straight year of winning the BiState Conference and then winning the Region II tournament, a few additions have proven to be key to pave the way to Millington. Returnees expected to contribute are second baseman Brandon Hey, shortstop Tom Dicker, third baseman Alex Aycoth, and outfielders Sean Iago, CJ Comstock, and Jake Forsythe. Catcher and First Team All-American Jack Larner will provide stability for a talented pitching staff. On the mound, sophomores Logan Davis and Ricky Cramer will anchor a very talented group of arms. Newcomers to the team, Logan Rainey, Patric Tolentino, Jarod Palmer, Ryan Fisher, and Matt Cartwright will be asked to play important roles offensively and on the mound to help us reach our goal of competing for a national title. With just the right blend of returnees and newcomers, this season will be nothing short of exciting for the Redlands baseball family. It’s a talented group of young men; 2008 looks to be fantastic year for Cougar Baseball!


Redlands Baseball 2008 Dr. larry F. Devane, President Redlands President Dr. Larry F. Devane has created a vision for Redlands that includes state of the art technology, varied course and program delivery modes, student focused facilities, numerous public and private education partnerships, and a high standard for competitive athletics. Devane was selected by the American Association of Community Colleges to the International Education Commission. The Commission will be focused on analysis of student access to U.S. Community Colleges and the role of the AACC in partnering with learning access at the associate level in countries developing community colleges. Devane continues to serve on the AACC National Homeland Security Task Force and the task force steering committee. Phi Theta Kappa (PTK), the international two-year college academic honor society, has recognized Devane for his multiple years of service to PTK’s Oklahoma/Arkansas region as a Distinguished Presidential Ambassador. Further, PTK has awarded Devane the Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction. Devane’s state and community leadership roles are varied, including serving on the Board of Directors of the El Reno Chamber of Commerce Foundation for Progress, El Reno Federal Corrections Institute Community Advisory Council, Canadian Valley Integris Hospital Board of Directors, Vice President of the Canadian County Greater Oklahoma City Metro United Way, and Coordinator of Leadership Canadian County, as well as past President of the Oklahoma Two-Year Colleges Presidents Association. Devane has served as President of RCC since 1990 and was honored in 2001 by the Redlands Board of Regents with the naming of a campus building, the “Larry F. Devane Multi-Media Lifelong Learning Center.” He recently was named as the 2005-06 El Reno Citizen of the Year. Prior to coming to RCC, Dr. Devane was President of Highland Community College in Highland, Kansas. He attended Coffeyville Community College, earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Emporia State University, and his PhD in adult and occupational education from Kansas State University in 1975. Athletic Directory (405) 262-2552 Athletic Administration Win Case, Athletic Director Peggy Ward, Administrative Asst.

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Men’s Basketball Win Case, Head Coach Tyler Brown, Assistant Coach Kenneth Gordon, Assistant Coach

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Women’s Basketball Laci Tompkins, Head Coach Rennie Nickell, Assistant Coach Jeff Tompkins, Assistant Coach Jamie Morgan, Assistant Coach

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Baseball Matt Newgent, Head Coach Jacob Johnson, Assistant Coach Joe Ferguson, Assistant Coach Jason Middleton, Assistant Coach

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Volleyball Kristin Vincent, Head Coach Cris Matochi, Assistant Coach

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Women’s Golf Gerrod Chadwell, Head Coach

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Training Room Eli Zucksworth, Head Trainer

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Redlands Baseball 2008 athletic Department Baseball achievements 3 Distinguished Academic All-Americans 6 Academic All-Americans Region II Tournament Champions 4 1st Team All-Region Player 3 2nd Team All-Region Players

nJCaa athletic association all – american Records First team Jack Larner 2006-07 Josh Fuller 1998-99 Cory Moss 1997-98 Drue James 1995-96 Scott Munson 1993-94

Second team Sammy Lee 2006-07 Ryan Haley 1995-96 Kyle Koehler 1992-93 third team Mike Hill 1999-00 Joe Smith 1994-95 Rob Fowler 1993-94

Distinguished academic all-americans Reece Dodd Brent McIntyre Shane Strasburg Doug Riddle

2007 2004 2004 1998

Dustin Yowell Stewart Reed Aaron Patton Ryan Haley

1997 1997 1996 1996

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Redlands Baseball 2008

2008 Spring Schedule Month Date February 5 7 9 12 15 16 21 23 25 March 1 3 7 8 12 16 21 22 27 29 April 3 5 10 12 15 17 20 24 26 29 May 8-11 15-17 24-31

Day Tuesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Friday Saturday Thursday Saturday Monday Saturday Monday Friday Saturday Wednesday Sunday Friday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thursday Saturday Thursday Saturday Tuesday Thu-Sun Thu-Sat Sat-Sat

Opponent St. Gregory’s St. Gregory’s Eastern CC Rose St. Frank Phillips CC Frank Phillips CC Rose St. Brown-Mackie Northeastern A&M Parkland CC OBU J.V. Hesston CC Brown-Mackie OBU J.V. Connors St. Rose St. Eastern CC NOC-Tonkawa NOC-Tonkawa Murray State Murray State Western CC Western CC Dodge City NOC-Enid NOC-Enid Carl Albert Carl Albert Rose St. Region II Tourney SW District NJCAA DII World Series

Location Redlands Shawnee, OK Redlands Redlands Borger, TX Borger, TX Redlands Redlands Miami, OK Enid, OK Redlands Hesston, KS Salina, KS Redlands Redlands Midwest City, OK Wilburton, OK Redlands Tonkawa, OK Tishomingo, OK Redlands Altus, OK Redlands Redlands Redlands Enid, OK Poteau, OK Redlands Midwest City, OK Enid, OK Region II Winner Millington, TN

Time 1:00 2:00 12:00 2:00 1:00 12:00 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 2:00 4:00 2:00 2:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 1:00 0:00 TBA TBA TBA

Games 7,7 9 7,9 9 7,7 7,7 9 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,9 9 7,9 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 7,7 9 TBA TBA TBA

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Redlands Baseball 2008 Matt newgent - Head Coach Matt Newgent begins his fifth season as head coach for the Cougar baseball team. Under Newgent’s guidance, the Cougars finished last season with a 4415 record and a #3 national ranking. For the second straight year, the Cougars won the Bi-State Conference with a 14-6 record and followed that up with three straight victories in the Region II tourney to repeat as Region II Champions. The Cougar’s season ended in Scottsdale, Arizona, with a loss to Scottsdale who went on to finish 3rd in last year’s World Series in Millington, TN. Since Coach Newgent’s arrival five years ago, the program has again regained its prominence nationally. Newgent and his staff spent the 2007 off-season continuing a renovation of the Cougar baseball facility, while recruiting quality student-athletes to ensure continued success for the program. Newgent began his collegiate athletic career at Redlands Community College as a catcher under former coach Don Brown. During that season, the Cougars went to the NJCAA World Series in Millington, Tennessee, where they finished fourth. After leaving RCC, Newgent completed his collegiate playing experience at the University of Indianapolis. His collegiate accolades include all tournament catcher honors at the NJCAA World Series, two-time member of the Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) AllConference Team and Academic All-Conference Team, NCAA North Central Region Team, and Most Valuable Player during his senior season at University of Indianapolis. Prior to coaching at RCC, Newgent served as Assistant Baseball Coach at Olney Central Community College in Olney, Illinois, where they finished with a record of 40-20 and a trip to the Region 24 Tournament. He was also the Assistant Baseball Coach at University of Indianapolis for three seasons and helped guide the team to a third place finish in the NCAA Division II World Series in 2000, and a school best 51-15 record in 2001. Newgent is a member of the American Baseball Coaches Association. He earned his Associate of Arts from Redlands Community College in 1997, his Bachelor of Arts in History in 1999, and his Master of Business Administration in 2002 from the University of Indianapolis. Coach Newgent, a native of Piedmont, now resides in Yukon with his wife, Christa.

newgent’s Stats Year 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001


School Redlands Redlands Redlands Redlands Olney Univ. of IN

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

Record 44 – 15 36 – 23 27 – 32 27 – 27 40 – 20 51 – 15 3rd

Bi-State Champs, Region II Champs Bi-State Champs, Region II Champs Runner-up Bi-State Conference 3rd Place Bi-State Conference Region 24 Tournament NCAA Div II World series

Redlands Baseball 2008 Jacob Johnson - assistant Coach Coach Johnson enters his third season as an assistant on the Redlands Baseball staff. Coach Johnson has been an influential part of the Cougar program each of the last two seasons on staff. He comes to Redlands from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford, where he spent four seasons as an assistant under Coach Charles Teasley. While at Southwestern, Johnson’s duties included handling the hitters, early in his time there, before moving into the pitching coach role his final two seasons. Also, Coach Johnson handled a large part of the recruiting and fundraising duties while at Southwestern. Johnson played his college ball at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma under Coach LJ Powell. He was a four-year letterman as an outfielder and was a big contributor to the success of the USAO Drovers baseball program in the mid-1990’s. At Redlands, Coach Johnson holds the position of Hitting Instructor and Recruiting Coordinator. He has a unique perspective and is an invaluable resource on the recruiting trail. Johnson and his wife, Amanda, reside in Edmond and have two children, Garrett and Berkley.

Jason Middleton - assistant Coach Coach Middleton enters his second season on the Redlands staff. He has brought a great deal of life to the program with his outstanding work ethic and broad baseball knowledge. He comes to Redlands from Division II powerhouse North Alabama, where he worked for Coach Mike Lane. Middleton grew up in Blue Springs, Missouri, and started his college career at Longview Community College in Kansas City. Coach Middleton also was high school teammates with St. Louis Cardinal Star Albert Pujols. At Redlands, Coach Middleton’s direct responsibilities include outfield play and assisting with the hitters. He also helps manage all aspects of the daily activities with the program. Middleton and his wife, Amy, reside in Mustang.

This is Redlands.....

Redlands is located in El Reno, Oklahoma, just 20 minutes west of Oklahoma City on I-40. Its proximity to Oklahoma City makes it both attractive and easily accessible to Dallas-Fort Worth, Amarillo, Tulsa, and Wichita. The main campus encompasses 55 acres and includes seven buildings geared toward learning for the mind and body. An additional 110 acres houses the Darlington Agriculture Education and Applied Research Center. The Redlands Royse Ranch, which serves as the headquarters of RCC bovine and equine operations, offers nearly 315 acres of ranchland. Redlands’ mission is to prepare students for the future by providing a flexible curriculum, a supportive technology structure and a professional faculty and staff. Admission and enrollment are year round. The low student/teacher ratio at Redlands allows for more personal attention and individualized instruction. In addition, tuition is among the most affordable in the region. Life outside the classroom is enhanced by a variety of activities, including clubs such as Student Senate, Aggie Club, Phi Theta Kappa, Native American Club, Student Nurses’ Association, Black Culture Organization, and Fellowship


Redlands Baseball 2008 Win Case - athletic Director Win Case begins his first year as Athletic Director for Redlands Community College He also serves as head coach for the men’s basketball program. Case brings a vast array of coaching experience to RCC, which includes stints at the community college level and NAIA levels. Prior to Redlands, Case spent two years at Eastern Oklahoma State College (EOSC) in Wilburton as Athletic Director and Head Men’s Basketball Coach. He served 13 years as Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Oklahoma City University (OCU), as well as the Assistant Dean of Students and Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach. While at OCU, Case led his team to two NAIA Division I National Championship titles, in 1993-94 and again in 1995-96. His teams also made appearances in the NAIA Division National Tournament 11 times. His teams at OCU compiled a winning record every year during his tenure. Throughout his career as a collegiate coach, Case has compiled a total record of 343-127. It was at the conclusion of the 1995-96 season, his fourth year as a head coach, he had a total record of 115-23, more than any other college coach on record through four completed seasons.

eli Zucksworth - athletic trainer First year Redlands Community College Head Athletic Trainer Eli Zucksworth is responsible for preparing athletes for both practice and games, while treating onsite injuries. Eli is a member of the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) and the Oklahoma Athletic Trainers Association. He is a 2005 graduate of Oklahoma State University where he earned his bachelor’s degree in athletic training. In 2007, he received his Master of Education degree from Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

of Christian Athletes. Redlands students also enjoy both intercollegiate athletics and intramural sports. Student activities throughout the year include the annual Cougar Bash, Spring Fling, music videos, concerts, and more. In addition to modern classrooms and media services, Redlands’ facilities include an art gallery, cultural center, conference center, seven computer labs with Internet technology, the Darlington Agriculture Education and Applied Research Center, the Redlands Royse Ranch and Equine Center, Fitness Wellness Center, swimming pool, and sauna. El Reno is home to 16,000 residents who enjoy several parks, sporting facilities, and the Main Street downtown area. Crimson Creek Golf Course and Lake El Reno are located close to campus. Off-campus housing is available in a variety of locations. El Reno provides a small town atmosphere and charm with the benefits of being close to metropolitan area.


Redlands Baseball 2008

2008 team and Roster










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Shea Brown Logan Davis Patrick Tolentino Doug Carel Jarod Palmer Brent Crain Mike Hefta Dan Smith Tom Dicker Logan Rainey Brandon Hey Austin Berg Kody Wilson Sean Iago Justin Vincent Jake Forsythe Ryan Fisher CJ Comstock Rowdy Marcum Matt Cartwright Trent Reid Jack Larner Ricky Cramer Alex Aycoth Derek Pettit


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Canyon, TX Elgin Lookeba-Sickles Tuttle Dale Lookeba-Sickles El Reno NSW, Aust. Melbourne, Aust. Lawton Edmond OKC Fletcher Newcastle Lookeba-Sickles NSW, Aust. Melbourne, Aust. Grand Prairie, TX Newcastle Bokchito Chandler Victoria, Aust. Ripley Grand Prairie, TX OKC

Canyon Elgin Lookeba-Sickles Tuttle Dale Lookeba-Sickles El Reno Lake Munmorah Diamond River Lawton MacArthur Edmond Memorial P.C. North Fletcher Newcastle Lookeba-Sickles Tamworth Glen Waverley Colleyville Heritage Newcastle Rock Creek Chandler Carrum Ripley Colleyville Heritage P.C. West

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Matt newgent - Head Coach Jacob Johnson - assistant Coach Jason Middleton - assistant Coach


Redlands Baseball 2008 Shea Brown #1

Class: SOPH Hometown: Pampa, TX Position: 2nd Base Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: Conference Champions Regional Champions “My favorite baseball memory is winning the Elite Amateur World Series in Austin with the Elk City Travelers.”

Patrick tolentino #3

Class: FRESH Hometown: Lookeka-Sickles Position: C/P Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands: 2006 Fall State Champions All-State Baseball Team “I came to Redlands to win a national championship.”

logan Davis #2

Class: SOPH Hometown: Elgin Position: Pitcher throws: R Freshman Year Highlights: Being the only team to defeat Cameron

“I came to Redlands because the coaches are great and the baseball is top notch.”

Doug Carel #4

Class: FRESH Hometown: Tuttle Position: Pitcher throws: R Before Redlands: State Championship All-State Team Junior Sunbelt Team Little All-City Team “I came to Redlands to play baseball and get an education.”

Jarod Palmer #5

Class: FRESH Hometown: Shawnee Position: Catcher Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands: All-State Team Little All-City Team All-Pott County Team “My favorite baseball memory is winning the high school state championships four years in a row.”


Redlands Baseball 2008 Brenton Crain #6

Class: FRESH Hometown: Lookeba-Sickles Position: Pitcher throws: R Before Redlands: WOBCA All-Star All-State 4yrs in a Row 2003 Fall State Champions “My favorite baseball memory is pitching in the All-State Game.”

Dan Smith #8

Class: SOPH Hometown: Lake Munmorah, Aust. Position: CF Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities:

Bi-State Conference Champions Region II All-Tournament Team

“My favorite baseball memory is attending Major League Baseball Academy in 2005 and 2006 and having MLB Hall of Famer Rod Carew as my hitting coach.”

logan Rainey #3

Michael Hefta #7

Class: RS FRESH Hometown: El Reno Position: LHP Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities: Member of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) Student Ambassador “I came to Redlands to play for a winning team and make the most out of my college experience, while staying at home.”

thomas Dicker #9

Class: SOPH Hometown: Diamond Creek, Aust. Position: Short Stop Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: Conference Championship Regional Championship “I came to Redlands to play baseball at the college level (something not offered in Australia) and to explore another part of the world.”

Brandon Hey #12

Class: RS FRESH Hometown: Lawton Position: OF Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands: 2006 All –Area 2005-2006 All-Conference

Class: SOPH Hometown: Edmond Position: 2nd Base, 3rd Base Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities: Conference Tournament Champions 5 Homeruns

“My favorite baseball memory is playing in the All-Area Game my senior year of high school.”

“My favorite baseball memory is hitting a go ahead homerun in the quarterfinals at the State tournament.”


Redlands Baseball 2008 austin Berg #14

Class: SOPH Hometown: Oklahoma City Position: CF Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: Regular Season Champions Conference Tournament Champions “I came to Redlands to win the championship.”

Sean Iago #16

Class: SOPH Hometown: Newcastle Position: CF Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities: Conference Tournament Champions Phi Theta Kappa “I came to Redlands to play for a successful baseball program and give myself an opportunity to play at the next level.”

kody Wilson #15

Class: FRESH Hometown: Cyril Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands: 2004 Fletcher High School Rookie of the Year 2005-2007 Fletcher High School Athlete of the Year “I came to Redlands because it’s close to home and I like the college.”

Justin Vincent #17

Class: FRESH Hometown: LookebaSickles Position: Pitcher throws: L Before Redlands: State Tournament Winner All-State Baseball Team All-State Basketball Team “I came to Redlands to be a Cougar.”

Jake Forsythe #18

Class: SOPH Hometown: Tanworth NSW, Australia Position: Short Stop, 2nd Base, 3rd Base, LF Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: 3 Homeruns .354 Batting Average “I came to Redlands to become a better baseball player and reach my goal of playing baseball in the USA.”


Redlands Baseball 2008 Ryan Fisher #19

Class: FRESH Hometown: Glenwaverley, Australia Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: L/L Hobbies: Football and going to the beach “My favorite baseball memory is pitching the 9th inning in the Victorian State League Grand Final on the way to a 10 to 1 win.”

Rowdy Marcum #21

Class: SOPH Hometown: Newcastle Position: Pitcher throws: R Freshman Year Highlights: Conference Tournament Win Rematch Win vs. Seminole

CJ Comstock #20

Class: SOPH Hometown: Colleyville, TX Position: Outfield Bats/throws: R/R Freshman Year Highlights: Winning the Conference Tournament

“I came to Redlands to play on scholarship with a good program that would prepare me for the next step.”

Matt Cartwright #22

Class: FRESH Hometown: Rock Creek Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: Both/L Before Redlands:

2007 Spring State Champion 2007 Oklahoma All-State Team

“I came to Redlands to get an education and “My favorite baseball memory is entering into the High School Tournament as underdogs and play for a winning program.” going on win and, in the process, earning MVP of the tournament.”

trent Reid #23

Class: FRESH Hometown: Chandler Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands: 2005 Baseball State Champions

“I came to Redlands to play baseball and continue my education.”

Jack larner #25 Class: SOPH Hometown: Carrum, Victoria

Position: Catcher, 1st Base, DH

Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: 1st Team All-Region DH 1st Team All-American DH Conference Champions

“I came to Redlands to further my chances at a professional career and get a degree.”


Redlands Baseball 2008 Ricky Cramer #27

Class: SOPH Hometown: Ripley Position: CF Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities: Winning the Conference Tournament “My favorite baseball memory is getting a scholarship to play college baseball and getting to play for a great team.”

Derek Pettit #30

Class: SOPH Hometown: Bethany Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities: Winning the Conference Championship at Hutchinson Community College

“My favorite baseball memory is playing in the state tournament in the summer of 2005 with Brassfield.”

alex aycoth #28

Class: SOPH Hometown: Colleyville, TX Position: 3rd Base Bats/throws: R/R Redlands Honors/ activities:

2007 First Team All-Conference Conference Tournament MVP .409 Batting Average

“My favorite baseball memory is playing at Ameriquest Field in Arlington, TX.”

kevon Hoffman

Class: SOPH Hometown: Weatherford Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: L/L Redlands Honors/ activities: Winning the Conference Tournament “My favorite baseball memory is making it to the state tournament my junior year of high school.”

nick Bumsey

Class: FRESH Hometown: Pawhuska Position: Shortstop, 2nd Base Bats/throws: R/R

“I came to Redlands because I liked the coaches and the school location, plus my high school coach played at Redlands.”


Redlands Baseball 2008 Choc Cartwright

Jerrod Haskell

Class: FRESH Hometown: Bokchito Position: 1st Base Bats/throws: L/R Before Redlands: Class A State Champions

“I came to Redlands to because they have a good baseball program.”

Class: FRESH Hometown: Ninnekah Position: 2nd Base Bats/throws: R/R Before Redlands:

Defensive Player of the Year MVP Ninnekah High School

“My favorite baseball memory is beating the Canadian Prospects in the Summer League Pryor baseball tournament. It was only the second time in 7 years for the Canadian Prospects to lose in the tournament.”

Beau Waltrip

Greg Howell

Class: FRESH Hometown: Clinton Position: Pitcher throws: R Before Redlands: MVP I-40 Tournament

Class: FRESH Hometown: Idabel Position: Pitcher Bats/throws: RL/R Before Redlands:

2006 All-District Rookie of the Year 2005 & 2006 All-Country 2005 All-Tournament

“I came to Redlands because the college is in a nice area. The baseball team has a winning mentality and a great coach.”

“I came to Redlands to play baseball.”

Jace Mills

Class: FRESH Hometown: Norman Position: Pitcher Hobbies: working on cars “My favorite baseball memory is pitching a full game against Edmond North, one of the top ten hitting teams in the state, and winning.” All information supplied in this publication is accurate at the time of printing, however, changes may occur and will supersede information in this publication. Redlands Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or status as a veteran, in any of its educational programs, activities, policies, practices, or procedures, including, but is not limited to, admissions, employment, eligibility for financial aid, and educational services, in accordance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Executive Order 11246 as amended, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Civil Rights Act of 1991, and other federal laws and regulations. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the College’s nondiscrimination policies and procedures for students, employees, and others: Personnel Coordinator, Redlands Community College, 1300 S. Country Club Road, El Reno, OK 73036-5304, (405) 422-1267


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