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Name of School:......................................Adrian College City, State, Zip:................................Adrian, Mich. 49221 Founded:................................................................. 1859 Enrollment:............................................................. 1,650 Nickname:.........................................................Bulldogs School Colors:....................... Black & Gold (PMS 123 C) Stadium (opened):........................... Nicolay Field (2008) Capacity:..........................................300 chair-back seats Affiliation:............................................ NCAA Division III Conference:......Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Assoc. President:...................................... Dr. Jeffrey R. Docking Vice President for Enrollment:..................... Frank Hribar Director of Athletics:............................ Michael Duffy ‘82 Head Athletic Trainer:..................................Jamie Fetter Athletic Administrative Assistant:.............DeAnne Lewin Office Phone:.......................... (517) 265-5161, ext. 4210 Athletic Administrative Assistant:...................Kim Brown Office Phone:.......................... (517) 265-5161, ext. 4213

Head Coach:.....................................Craig Rainey ‘88 Adrian Record:............... 554-374 (.597), 23rd season NCAA Record:....................................same as school Office Phone:......................................(517) 264-3977 E-Mail Address:.......................... crainey@adrian.edu Best Time to Reach Rainey:.........................Mornings

TEAM INFORMATION 2015 Overall Record:...................................33-12 (.733) 2015 Conference Record/Finish:.......................23-5/1st 2015 Postseason:........................ MIAA Champions, 3-0 .........................................NCAA Mideast Regional, 0-2 2016 Preseason D3Baseball.com Ranking:............. “rv” Letterwinners Returning/Lost:...............................24/12 Key Players Returning:.................................................... Ryan Dorow (.383 BA, 43 R, 59 H, 13 2B, 10 HR, 38 RBI) Jeff Gertley (.351 BA, 39 R, 52 H, 18 2B, 11 HR, 48 RBI) Jordan Frayer (7-2, 2.40 ERA, 71 IP, 42 K, 12 GS, 4 CG) Key Players Lost:............................................................ Eric Schmidt (9-2, 2.38 ERA, 87 IP, 67 K, 12 GS, 7 CG) Drew Shutes (.307 BA, 30 R, 42 H, 13 2B, 2 HR, 20 RBI)

HISTORY First Year of Baseball:.............................................. 1901 All-time Record:......................................879-1018 (.464) NCAA Postseason Appearances (last):............. 10 (2015) Best Finish:........................D-III World Series, 4th (2008) MIAA Championships (last):............................. 10 (2015) * MIAA Tournament Titles (last):......................... 4 (2015) MIAA Players/Pitchers of the Year:...........................10/7

Assistant Coach:..........Bob McLaughlin (2nd season) Alma Mater, Year:.............. Alderson Broaddus, 2013 E-Mail Address:................... rmclaughlin@adrian.edu Office Phone:.....................(517) 265-5161, ext. 5007 Assistant Coach:.......... Aaron Klotz ‘98 (16th season) E-Mail Address:............................ gklotz@adrian.edu Volunteer Assistant:........... Charlie Solis (2nd season) Assistant Assistant:............... Luke Harris (1st season) Baseball Athletic Trainer:........................ Jim Nicknair Alma Mater, Year:.................. Southern Maine (2011) E-Mail Address:.........................jnicknair@adrian.edu Office Phone:......................(517) 265-5161 ext. 4014

TABLE OF CONTENTS Quick Facts............................................................. 3 Nicolay Field........................................................... 4 Head Coach Craig Rainey...................................... 5 Assistant Coaches................................................... 6 2016 Rosters........................................................ 7-8 Student-Athlete Bios......................................... 9-21 2015 Final Statistics/Results............................ 22-23 History/Honors..................................................... 24 Career Records..................................................... 25 MIAA Year in Review............................................ 26 Arrington Book Store....................Inside Back Cover 2016 Schedule........................................ Back Cover

* MIAA started event in 2012

ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Sports Information Director:................... Patrick Stewart Alma Mater:..................................... Ohio University ‘89 E-Mail Address:............................ pstewart@adrian.edu Office Phone:..........................................(517) 264-3280 Cell Phone:............................. media call the SID Office Fax Number:...........................................(517) 264-3802 Athletics Website:.................. www.adrianbulldogs.com Facebook Page:..... www.facebook.com/adrianbulldogs Twitter Page:....................... twitter.com/AdrianBulldogs YouTube Channel:..................... AdrianBulldogAthletics Mailing Address:.................. 110 South Madison Street, Merillat Center Room 223, Adrian, Mich 49221 Assistant SID:...........................................Corey Graham E-Mail Address:............................ cgraham@adrian.edu Office Phone:......................... (517) 265-5161, ext. 5471 Graduate Assistant (secondary baseball):...... Nick Duffy E-Mail Address:................................nduffy@adrian.edu

CREDITS The 2016 Adrian College baseball information guide was designed, written and produced by Patrick Stewart, Sports Information Director with editorial assistance from Graduate Assistant SID Nick Duffy. Photography by Mike Dickie, Dave Pearcy and Adrian SID archives. Cover Designs by Christina Butler, Adrian College Public Releations. Printing done by Precision Business Solutions in Perrysburg, Ohio. Information included in this publication is current through March 2016.

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NICOLAY FIELD The Adrian College baseball team has the privilege of playing in one of the finest Division III facilities in the country. Nicolay Field was dedicated in 2008 and the Bulldogs just completed their seventh season at the ballpark. They also had the opportunity to host the 2009 NCAA Mideast Regional and the inaugural 2012 MIAA Tournament. Nicolay Field is named in honor of Bud and Betty Nicolay, whose generous contributions helped build the estimated $1 million project. The stadium ground-breaking ceremony took place in September 2007 and special guest speaker Ernie Harwell, Hall of Fame baseball broadcaster Bud and Betty Nicolay with the Detroit Tigers, delivered the keynote address about what a great thing was being done for future generations of baseball players at Adrian College. The Bulldogs had been playing baseball at Riverside Park in Adrian for nearly 60 years before the construction of Nicolay Field. Bud Nicolay is the retired president of Kar Nut Products Company, Inc. The company was started in the 1930’s when its founders roasted peanuts for the fans at Tiger Stadium in downtown Detroit. In 1971, Bud began his long service as a member of the Adrian College Board of Trustees, representing the Detroit Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church. In 1980, Bud was elected as a Trustee-At-Large. In 1991, Bud was awarded an honorary doctorate in recognition of his steadfast support. President Dr. Jeffrey Docking Nicolay Field has state-of-the-art amenities presents the Nicolay’s with a plaque including a field completely covered in field turf in honor of their service to Adrian by ProGrass, an inning-by-inning scoreboard, an College underground drainage system, professional baseball caliber dugouts, bullpens and batting cages. The facility also has grandstand chair-back seating on top of the dugouts for a capacity of 300, a heated press box facility for media and broadcasters, lighting for night games, locker rooms, a training room, restrooms and a concession stand. The press box is dedicated in the honor of Frank and Shirley Dick, longtime supporters of Adrian College. Nicolay Field is located on the College campus near the Multi-Sport Performance Stadium. The stadium can be accessed via Stratford Avenue off of West Maumee Street.

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HEAD COACH Craig Rainey

23rd Season Adrian College (1988) 517-264-3977 crainey@adrian.edu 10 Conf. Championships 4 Conf. Tourney Titles 10 NCAA Appearances Craig Rainey embarks on his 23rd season guiding the highly successful Adrian College baseball program, which is the 16th-winningest school this decade (163-61, .728) in the NCAA Division III ranks. The Bulldogs have strung together eight straight NCAA tournament appearances and a record of 265-100 (.726) during the last eight years. During this time, Adrian has won seven MIAA regular season titles and the first four MIAA Tournament titles. Rainey has guided the program to eight straight 30-win seasons including a school-record 37 wins in 2012. The Bulldogs have won or shared nine of the last 11 MIAA championships. Adrian finished the 2015 season with a 33-12 record and were 23-5 in the MIAA which won the MIAA regular season championship. The Bulldogs once again took home the MIAA tournament as well defeating three straight opponents on the way to clinching another berth in the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship. In 2014, Adrian finished the season with a 33-15 record and was 21-7 in the MIAA to capture the regular season crown. It would go on to win the MIAA tournament in convincing fashion, winning three straight games to clinch a berth in the NCAA tournament. In 2013, Adrian finished the season with a 32-15 record and was 20-8 in the MIAA which was good enough for a share of the regular season crown. The Bulldogs were ranked 13th nationally in the preseason D3Baseball.com poll. The team had to go on the road for the MIAA Tournament at Hope and came away with a 3-2 win in 10 innings over Trine sending them to the Central Regional in Rock

Island, Illinois. Adrian defeated Wartburg 5-4 in 12 innings in its first game before dropping the next two. Dan Heatherly was named MIAA Position Player of the Year and Heatherly along with Anthony Sergi and Sam Fischer were named AllMideast Region by D3Baseball.com. In 2012, Adrian compiled a record of 37-10 and was ranked 26th in the preseason. The Bulldogs had a strong spring trip and ascended to #11 in the polls. They finished the season ranked 12th in NCAA D-III. Adrian advanced to the NCAA Mideast Regional held at Marietta and won twice over Wooster and La Roche before bowing to the eventual national champion host Pioneers. In 2011, Adrian captured its third straight MIAA title under Rainey. The Bulldogs compiled an overall record of 31-11 and were 24-4 in conference games. The team advanced to the Mideast Regional in Marietta, Ohio, and dropped a pair of heartbreaking one-run games in the ninth inning each time. Brian Bilius was named MIAA Position Player of the Year and a Third Team All-American at third base. David Partyka was named MIAA Pitcher of the Year. Four other players were named First Team All-MIAA. Bilius and Partyka were also named AllRegion as well as Ryan Domschot. The 2008 squad, which went 36-13 overall and finished No. 6 in the national rankings, became the first MIAA team to reach NCAA D-III World Series. All told, Rainey has coached six Bulldogs who have earned nine AllAmerica citations, 17 MIAA players and pitchers of the year. He has produced 45 all-region performers and 75 All-MIAA First Team selections.

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ASSISTANT COACHES Bob McLaughlin 1st Season Assistant Coach rmclaughlin@adrian.edu 517-265-5161 x. 5007 Alderson Broaddus (2013)

Aaron Klotz 15th Season Assistant Coach Middle Infielders/Hitting gklotz@adrian.edu Adrian College (1998)

Bob McLaughlin is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Bulldogs. McLaughlin graduated from Alderson Broaddus in 2013 with a sports management degree. He played at Hudson Valley Community College in New York for one season before transferring to AB for his final three years under current head coach and former Adrian alumnus Luke Harrigan. As a Battler, he played in every game from 2011-2013, starting all but two. McLaughlin was a staple in the middle of the order, hitting .344, and accumulating double-digit doubles all three years. A versatile infielder, he spent time at shortstop, third base and first base. Upon graduation, McLaughlin played with the Taos Blizzards in the Pecos League in the summer of 2013. He also played for the Tiffin Saints a season later. McLaughlin’s duties with the Bulldogs include assisting with the hitters and infielders, as well as serving as the first base coach. Charlie Solis 2nd Season Volunteer Coach Outfielders/Hitting

Aaron Klotz enters his 15th season overall as a member of the Adrian College coaching staff, working with the infielders and hitters. A full-time coach at Adrian from 1999-2007, Klotz has moved into a part-time coaching spot. Klotz has tutored the likes of Bobby Rickstad, Todd Meyers, Alex Cowart, Brian Bilius and Kyle Strawn – who have all been named MIAA Position Players of the Year for Adrian College. Klotz started for four years at second base for Coach Rainey from 1995-98 and was first team All-MIAA his junior year. He was also voted the MIAA’s MVP in 1997. His greatest honor was in 1997 when he was named First Team All-Mideast as selected by Rawlings, the first player ever in school history to obtain this honor in baseball. Klotz, also was a four year starter on the football team during his time as well. He was named First Team All-MIAA in 1996 and 1997, while also being named 3rd Team All American by USA Football in 1997. Klotz graduated from Adrian in 1998 with a degree in health, physical education and recreation with an emphasis on teaching. He was inducted into the Adrian College Athletic Hall of Fame in 2008. Klotz is also the owner of the Adrian Dirtbags Baseball organization.

Charlie Solis has worked with Adrian High School’s baseball program as a volunteer coach for numerous years. He also has extensive experience in high level travel baseball. Coaching in the Adrian Lookouts organization for 10 years, his teams have won numerous tournament championships. He has placed players in all levels of collegiate baseball through summer leagues.

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Luke Harris 1st Season Assistant Coach Catchers

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2016 VARSITY ROSTER ## 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 40 41 42 44

Name Pos. Yr. B/T Ht. Wt. Hometown / High School Dugan Darnell IF Fr. L/R 6-2 185 Northville, Mich. / Northville Ryan Dorow SS Jr. R/R 6-0 200 South Haven, Mich. / South Haven Dakota Cararo C Jr. L/R 5-7 170 Gahanna, Ohio / Lincoln Matthew Mueller OF Fr. R/R 6-0 160 Deerfield, Mich. / Britton-Deerfield Matt Andrus 3B Sr. R/R 6-1 215 Troy, Mich. / Auburn Hills Avondale Gunnar Glodich P Sr. L/L 5-7 160 Marine City, Mich. / Marine City Frank Resto C So. R/R 5-9 184 Miami, Fla. / South Miami Parker Hasse P So. R/R 6-1 175 St. Joseph, Mich. / St. Joseph Aaron Ajrouche IF So. R/R 5-11 170 Taylor, Mich. / Taylor Kennedy Jeff Gertley OF Sr. L/L 6-0 205 Novi, Mich. / Northville Tommy Eng P Sr. R/R 6-0 190 Troy, Mich. / Athens Tyler Kyro OF So. R/R 6-0 225 Jackson, Mich. / Jackson Guy McComas P So. L/L 5-11 155 Dundee, Mich. / Dundee Josh Knorr OF Sr. R/R 5-10 180 Adrian, Mich. / Blissfield Zach Leach P/OF So. L/R 6-0 200 Richmond, Mich. / Richmond Brian Guck 3B So. R/R 6-3 195 Cincinnati, Ohio / Elder Korey Mazur C Fr. R/R 6-0 215 Macomb, Mich. / Chippewa Valley Brian Killinger INF Jr. R/R 5-9 210 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Northview Ian Mikowski OF Jr. L/R 5-11 165 Grand Rapids, Mich. / Northview Zach Dunn P Jr. R/R 6-2 190 Jackson, Mich. / East Jackson Zach Coffield C Jr. L/R 5-10 160 Bowling Green, Ohio / Eastwood Jimmy Howell 1B Fr. L/R 6-3 195 Allen Park / Allen Park Collin Parcher 1B Sr. R/R 6-2 245 Napoleon, Ohio / Napoleon Shane Healy P Jr. L/L 6-1 190 Chesterfield, Mich. / L’Anse Creuse North Miccoy Drzewiecki 1B Jr. R/R 6-5 220 Toledo, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales Jason Croci OF Fr. R/R 5-10 170 Geneva, Ill. / Geneva Scott Suminski P So. R/R 5-9 180 Fraser, Mich. / De La Salle Collegiate Cole Knaup P Sr. R/R 6-2 190 Brooklyn, Mich. / Columbia Central Tyler Gnodtke P So. R/R 6-5 220 Three Oaks, Mich. / Bridgman Tommy Parsons P So. R/R 6-5 185 New Albany, Ohio / New Albany Collin Korte P So. R/L 6-1 195 Bowling Green, Ohio / Toledo St. John’s Jesuit Jordan Torrento IF Fr. L/R 5-11 160 Warren, Mich. / Cousino Jordan Frayer P Sr. R/R 6-3 240 Romulus, Mich. / Huron Ryan Rea P So. R/L 6-0 190 Clarkston, Mich. / Clarkston Alex Zaciewski 1B Fr. R/R 6-2 210 Blissfield, Mich. / Blissfield Kyle Shepherd P Jr. R/R 6-4 206 Eaton, Ohio / Eaton

Class Breakdown Seniors (8): Andrus, Eng, Frayer, Gertley, Glodich, Knaup, Knorr, Parcher Juniors (9): Cararo, Coffield, Dorow, Drzewieki, Dunn, Healy, Killinger, Mikowski, Shepherd Sophomores (12): Ajrouche, Gnodtke, Guck, Hasse, Korte, Kyro, Leach, McComas, Parsons, Rea, Resto, Sminski Freshmen (7): Croci, Darnell, Howell, Mazur, Mueller, Torrento, Zaciewski

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2016 JUNIOR VARSITY ROSTER Name Cody Alexander Brandon Baldus Nick Bell Mark Cash Collin Dembeck Spencer Durham Jordon Ham Jason Hickey Jacob Keefer Dillon Kelley Cody Lewis Justin McMann Brandon Milligan Max Miniat Miles Molnar Grant Ortbring Preston Perry Peter Romsek Justin Salvano Brandon Smeltzer Erich Stephenson Trevor Stevens David Steward Jared Stoll Kyle Stratton Dylan Williams Will Young Zack Zschering

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B/T Ht. R/R 6-1 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-1 R/L 6-0 R/R 6-4 R/R 6-0 R/R 5-10 L/R 6-0 R/R 6-4 R/R 6-5 R/R 5-7 L/R 6-1 R/R 5-9 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-1 R/R 5-10 R/R 5-10 R/R 6-1 R/R 5-8 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-1 R/R 6-4 L/L 6-0 R/R 6-0 R/R 6-4 R/L 6-0

Wt. 170 255 185 220 200 184 170 180 180 214 180 210 145 168 220 225 180 180 190 175 155 175 195 180 170 205 205 160

Hometown / High School Linden, Mich. / Lake Fenton Saline, Mich. / Saline Farmington Hills, Mich. / Harrison Belleville, Mich. / New Boston Huron Brighton, Mich. / Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard Pioneer, Ohio / Montpelier Niles, Mich. / Niles Grand Rapids, Mich. / Grand Rapids West Catholic Saline / Saline Petoskey, Mich. / Petoskey High School Holland, Ohio / Toledo St. Francis DeSales Grosse Point, Mich. / Grosse Point South Plymouth, Ind. / Plymouth Allegan / Allegan New Boston, Mich. / Huron Chelsea, Mich. / Chelsea Geneva, Ill. / Geneva Community Haslett, Mich. / Haslett St. Joseph, Mich. / Lake Michigan Catholic Westland, Mich. / John Glenn South Lyon, Mich. / South Lyon Davison, Mich. / Davison Clarkston, Mich. / Clarkston North Adams, Mich. / Hillsdale West Bloomfield, Mich. / Birmingham Groves Dundee, Mich. / Dundee Shelby Twp., Mich. / Utica Grosse Point, Mich. / De La Salle

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PLAYER BIOS Matt Andrus Third Base Senior - 6-1, 215 Bats: R, Throws: R Troy, Mich. Auburn Hills Avondale HS

5 2015 (Jr.): Appeared in 32 games while making 25 starts…against Alma on April 12, had three hits, one of which was a double, on his way to batting in three runs and scoring one run himself…ended the season with a .929 fielding percentage…had 16 hits, including three doubles, one triple, and one home run… finished the season with a .208 batting average. 2014 (So.): Appeared in 10 games...collected two hits in 12 at-bats (.167)...scored two runs and had one RBI...hit by pitch twice and collected six infield assists...recorded his RBI versus Moravian on Mar. 3. 2013 (Fr.): Did not see varsity game action. Personal: Majoring in sport management with a minor in marketing...born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan on March 25, 1994...son of Gene and Kathy Andrus...prepped at Auburn Hills Avondale High School graduating in 2012...played varsity baseball for four years... played one year of varsity hockey...won a district championship in baseball twice...won a league baseball title as a senior...named AllDistrict and All-Conference in 2011 and 2012... member of the school’s honor roll...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings...favorite athletes are Miguel Cabrera and David Wright...favorite TV shows are SportsNation and Intentional Talk...favorite movies are Moneyball and 42.

Tommy Eng Pitcher Junior - 6-0, 190 Bats: R, Throws: R Troy, Mich. Athens HS

11 2015 (Jr.): Started six games with 10 total appearances on his way to a 2-1 record for the season…recorded a complete game win against Albion College on March 22, allowing only three hits and one earned run…recorded 25 strikeouts and a 2.57 ERA overall…recorded a .196 batting average for the season…had 11 hits and 10 runners batted in…had the fifth lowest opponent batting average (.210) for a season in school history. 2014 (So.): Emerged as one of the best allaround players on the team...collected 16 hits in 44 at-bats (.364) ranking second on the team with a minimum of 25 at-bats...made 11 starts as designated hitter and twice at third base... scored 11 runs and drove in nine runs...collected two doubles, two triples and 11 walks...sported a .509 on-base percentage ranking first on the team...batted .407 (11-for-27) against righties... made 15 appearances in relief on the mound ranking tied for first on the team and tied for sixth in the MIAA...threw 18.2 innings with a 2-3 record...posted a 3.38 earned run average with five saves and 18 strikeouts...ranked second in the MIAA and 48th in NCAA Division III in saves...had the best strikeout ratio on the club (8.68 k/9)...tossed 2.2 scoreless innings of no-hit ball with three strikeouts in MIAA Tournament against Calvin on May 8...made six straight appearances without giving up a run between Mar. 19 and Apr. 13...struck out three in two innings against Wis.-Whitewater in the NCAA regional on May 16. 2013 (Fr.): Made 17 appearances on the mound all in relief…ranked second on the team and tied for third in the MIAA in appearances…posted a 3.24 earned run average in 16.2 innings of work…allowed 19 hits and six earned runs with five walks and 13 strikeouts…went 1.2 innings and struck out two versus Concordia Chicago on May 16 in the NCAA Regional…struck out three in one inning against Siena Heights on Apr. 26…fanned three batters in 1.1 innings at Albion in game two on Apr. 6…did not walk a batter over his final five appearances. Personal: Majoring in sport management with a minor in communications...born in Troy, Michigan on September 21, 1994...son of Doug

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PLAYER BIOS and Marlene Eng...prepped at Troy Athens High School graduating in 2012...named First Team All-State as a senior...favorite sports team is the New York Yankees...favorite athletes are Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera...favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother...favorite movie is Field of Dreams.

Jordan Frayer Pitcher Senior - 6-3, 240 Bats: R, Throws: R New Boston, Mich. Huron HS

40 2015 (Jr.): Was named to D3Baseball.com’s Third Team All-Mideast Region…named First Team All-MIAA…Started 12 games with a 7-2 record…recorded an overall 2.40 ERA and a 1.97 ERA in conference…gave up 59 hits, only 13 of which were extra base hits, and 17 walks… had the ninth best single season opponent batting average (.221) in school history. 2014 (So.): Appeared in eight games and made two starts...went five innings allowing six hits with one earned run, a walk and four strikeouts against Siena Heights on Mar. 19 in a no-decision...tossed eight innings allowing nine hits with two earned runs, no walks and two strikeouts in a win over Concordia-Chicago on May 16 in the NCAA Regional...threw a total of 21.1 innings with a 1-1 record and teamleading 1.69 earned run average...totaled five walks and 12 punchouts. 2013 (Fr.): Did not see varsity game action. Personal: Majoring in sports management... born in Detroit, Michigan on June 5, 1994...son of Jerry and April Frayer...brother Jeremy plays football at Adrian College...chose AC because of great facilities and academics...career goal is to work for a minor league baseball team... prepped at Romulus High School for two years and then finished last two years at New Boston Huron High School graduating in 2012... earned letters in baseball and basketball since sophomore year...named First Team All-League in baseball in 2012...named Second Team All-League in basketball in 2012...member of the honor roll...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Red Wings... favorite athletes are Miguel Cabrera and Justin Verlander...favorite TV shows are Criminal Minds and Duck Dynasty...favorite movies are Shooter and Ted.

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Jeff Gertley Outfield Senior - 6-1, 205 Bats: L, Throws: L Northville, Mich. Northville HS

10 2015 (Jr.): Received All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team, American Baseball Coaches’ Association AllRegion Second Team and D3Baseball.com AllMideast Region Third Team accolades...belted 11 home runs to pace the Bulldogs and rank 12th in NCAA Division III...also led the MIAA in that category as well with 48 runs batted in and 107 total bases...placed on the NCAA Mideast Regional All-Tournament Team after hitting two home runs. 2014 (So.): Played in 24 games and made nine starts (6 OF, 3 DH)...collected 13 hits in 44 at-bats (.295)...scored 13 runs and drove in four runs...recorded three doubles and one homer...drew six walks and reached base by hit pitch once...tallied 16 putouts and one assist in the field...sported a .392 on-base and .432 slugging percentage...named MIAA AllAcademic...scored three times and collected two hits against Calvin on May 3 in game one of doubleheader...went 3-for-5 with a double and run scored against Heidelberg in the NCAA Regional on May 14...hit homer against Calvin in MIAA Tournament on May 9. 2013 (Fr.): Played in 16 games during his first season with the Bulldogs and made 11 starts in the outfield…batted .333 with 11 hits in 33 at-bats…scored four runs and collected six RBI with a double and six walks…had four sacrifice bunts and one sacrifice fly…recorded nine putouts in the outfield…posted a .425 on-base percentage and .364 slugging percentage… went 2-for-4 with a RBI at Hope in game two on Apr. 3…went 2-for-3 with a walk and two stolen bases at Albion in game two on Apr. 6…had a six-game hitting streak from Apr. 12 through Apr. 28 which included a 6-for-16 (.375) stretch. Personal: Majoring in accounting with a minor in economics...born in Northville, Michigan on May 20, 1994...son of Jeff and Jean Gertley... prepped at Northville High School graduating in 2012...named First Team All-Area in football twice...named All-State honorable mention in football as a senior...named All-Conference twice in baseball and Second Team All-State as a senior...named All-Area in basketball twice...named KLAA scholar athlete from 2010-

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PLAYER BIOS 12...member of the National Honor Society... favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions...favorite athlete is Mike Trout... favorite TV shows are The Blacklist and CSI Miami...favorite movie is Fast Five...favorite book is Lone Survivor...favorite musician is Florida Georgia Line.

Gunnar Glodich Pitcher Senior - 5-7, 160 Bats: L, Throws: L East China, Mich. Marine City HS

32 2015 (Jr.): Accumulated a .294 batting average over 23 at bats…had a .455 on base percentage…scored eight runs and recorded 2 runs batted in. 2014 (So.): Appeared in two games in relief... pitched 3.1 innings allowing five hits with three earned runs, two walks and two strikeouts... entered the game twice as a pinch runner. 2013 (Fr.): Did not see varsity game action. Personal: Majoring in physics with a minor in math...born in Mount Clemens, Michigan on July 27, 1994...son of Ron and Kathy Glodich... sister Gabbi is on the acrobatics and tumbling team at Adrian College...prepped at Marine City High School graduating in 2012...lettered for four years in baseball, three in football and one in basketball...baseball team had most wins in a season in 2012...state runner-up in football in 2012...named Second Team All-League and Academic All-State in football in 2012...named First Team All-League and Academic All-State in baseball in 2012...finished second in his class with a 3.98 grade point average...member of the National Honor Society...favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers...favorite athlete is Don Kelly...favorite TV show is How I Met Your Mother...favorite movie is Hoosiers...favorite book is Hunger Games.

Cole Knaup Pitcher Senior - 6-2, 190 Bats: R, Throws: R Brooklyn, Mich. Columbia Central HS

34 2015 (Jr.): Made five appearances while starting two games…recorded six strikeouts… accumulated a 5.40 ERA overall. Prior to AC: Played for two seasons at Jackson College...team made back-toback regional appearances...named to the NJCAA All-Freshman Team in 2013...made 10 appearances with a 2-4 record in 42.2 innings... struck out 17 batters...batted .308 (16-for-52) with nine runs, three homers and 15 RBI... made 11 appearances as a sophomore with a 3-4 record in 52.1 innings...posted a 3.44 earned run average with 34 strikeouts...batted .273 (27-for-99) with 13 runs, two doubles and a triple...drove in 22 runs and posted a .357 on-base percentage. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice...born in Brooklyn, Michigan on December 2, 1993... son of Kurt and Nancy Knaup...career goal is to become a Michigan State Trooper...prepped at Columbia Central High School graduating in 2012...earned letters in baseball and football for the Golden Eagles...baseball team went 31-7 in 2012...named Jackson County Player of the Year and Second Team All-State as a senior...ranks second in state history for base hits in a season (79)...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers, Houston Astros and Detroit Lions...favorite athletes are Nolan Ryan, Jeremy Bonderman and John Wall...favorite TV shows are Family Guy and The Walking Dead... favorite movies are Step Brothers and For Love of the Game...favorite musicians are Eminem, Kid Cudi and The Wknd.

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PLAYER BIOS Josh Knorr Outfield Senior - 5-10, 180 Bats: R, Throws: R Adrian, Mich. Blissfield HS

16 2015 (Jr.): Appeared in all but one of the Bulldogs games (44 appearances)…had 30 hits with 11 doubles…recorded 32 runs and 6 runners batted in…ended the season with a .238 batting average and a .358 on base percentage. Prior to AC: Played for two seasons at Jackson College...batted .397 (31-for-78) with 24 runs, six doubles, nine RBI and four walks as a freshman...batted .234 (25-for-107) with 21 runs, three doubles, 11 RBI and 14 walks as a sophomore. Personal: Majoring in physical education... born in Adrian, Michigan on August 11, 1994... son of Gary and Regina Knorr...career goal is to become a coach...prepped at Blissfield High School graduating in 2012...earned letters in baseball and football...coached by Larry Tuttle in baseball...reached state finals in baseball as a freshman...named All-State in baseball for three years...named All-County in football in 2010...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers, Detroit Lions and Detroit Pistons... favorite athletes are Miguel Cabrera, Mike Trout and Derrick Rose...favorite TV shows are SportsCenter and Family Guy...favorite movies are The Wolf of Wall Street and Field of Dreams...favorite writer is Mitch Albom... favorite musicians are Jay-Z, Eminem and Kendrick Lamar.

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Collin Parcher First Base Senior - 6-2, 245 Bats: R, Throws: R Napoleon, Ohio Napoleon HS

29 2015 (Jr.): Appeared in 44 games while making 40 starts…against Alma on April 12, he scored two runs and had two hits that batted in five runs…accumulated 33 hits, including 11 doubles and three homeruns…finished the season with a .288 batting average in conference play and a .248 overall. Prior to AC: Played for two seasons at Ohio Dominican University in Columbus...played in 47 games as a freshman batting .323 (51for-158)...tallied seven doubles, one home run, 31 RBI, 24 runs, 17 walks and a .405 onbase percentage...played in 10 games as a sophomore batting .238 (5-for-21)...sported a .370 on-base percentage with five RBI and four runs scored...qualified for the GLIAC Tournament for first time in school history in 2013. Personal: Majoring in business administration with a minor in sports management...born in Napoleon, Ohio on April 16, 1993...son of Pat and Sheila Parcher...prepped at Napoleon High School graduating in 2012...Two-time AllGBC selection...named to All-Northwest Ohio District team twice...helped American Legion team win state title and finish as runner-up in region...participated in All-Ohio Mizuno Senior Showcase in 2012...also lettered in hockey... favorite sports teams are the Washington Nationals and Pittsburgh Penguins...favorite athletes are Alexander Ovechkin, Marc Krauss and Marcus Stroman...favorite TV shows are Two and a Half Men and Sons of Anarchy... favorite movies are Lone Survivor and American Sniper.

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PLAYER BIOS Dakota Cararo Catcher Junior - 5-7, 170 Bats: L, Throws: R Gahanna, Ohio Lincoln HS

39 2015 (So.): Appeared in 30 games while making 19 starts behind the plate…against Berry on March 6, he had two hits, one of which was a home run, and batted in two runs as the Bulldogs went on to win 5-4…had 14 hits with four going for extra bases…ended the season with a .233 batting average. 2014 (Fr.): Appeared in eight games including seven starts...collected 11 hits in 25 at-bats (.440) with three runs, two doubles and six RBI...had one sacrifice fly and bunt...recorded 33 putouts and six assists behind the dish... sported a .423 on-base and .520 slugging percentages...batted 4-for-11 in the NCAA Regional with two runs and three RBI...finished the season with five multi-hit games. Personal: Majoring in accounting...born in Gahanna, Ohio on October 21, 1994...son of Mark and Kelly Cararo...father played baseball at Ohio Dominican...prepped at Gahanna Lincoln High School graduating in 2013...fouryear letterwinner in baseball...won two district championships, a regional championship and advanced to state final four...named First Team All-Conference three times...member of school’s honor roll...favorite sports team is the Ohio State Buckeyes...favorite athlete is Nick Swisher...favorite TV show is The Big Bang Theory...favorite movie is Saving Private Ryan... favorite musicians are Florida Georgia Line.

Zach Coffield Catcher Junior - 5-10, 160 Bats: L, Throws: R Bowling Green, Ohio Eastwood HS

23 Prior to AC: Played for one season at Tiffin University…during 15 games he batted .217 in 46 at bats, scoring five and batting in nine runs…played one season at Owens Community College…named a captain and earned Toledo Blade Spotlight Athlete of the Week (2015)…in 40 games he batted .230 in 122 at bats, scored 19 times and batted in 13 runs. Personal: Majoring in sports management… born in Bowling Green, Ohio on December 1, 1994…son of Bob and Paula Coffield… graduated from Eastwood High School in 2013…four time letterwinner in baseball and three time letterwinner in football…AllNorthern Buckeye Conference at catcher (2010-13)…Three time All-Press Alan Miller Jewelers at catcher…All-District team (2012, 2013)…previously attended Tiffin University (2013-14) and Owens Community College (2014-15)…favorite athlete is Brian Williams… favorite movie is True Grit…favorite musician is Frankie Ballard.

Miccoy Drzewiecki First Base Junior - 6-5, 220 Bats: R, Throws: R Toledo, Ohio St. Francis HS

31 2015 (So.): Named Second Team All-MIAA… Appeared in 40 games while starting 33…in the series against Alma he hit .643 with nine hits and six runs batted in earning him Position Player of the Week in the MIAA…ended the season with 40 hits and 24 RBI…accumulated the second best batting average on the team with .364…finished the season with a .408 on base percentage. 2014 (Fr.): Appeared in two games...recorded one official at-bat at Transylvania on Mar. 9... drew a walk in one plate appearance against Calvin on May 3 in game one of doubleheader... registered three putouts. Personal: Majoring in criminal justice with

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PLAYER BIOS a minor in marketing...born in Toledo, Ohio on July 13, 1995...son of Jay and Karen Drzewiecki...uncle Kevin Balogh was a pitcher for the Atlanta Braves from 1977-80...prepped at Toledo St. Francis de Sales High School graduating in 2013...played three years of varsity baseball...team went 33-3 as a senior and won 28 straight games winning district championship...named Second Team AllDistrict in 2012...selected Second Team AllTRAC and All-District in 2013...favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers...favorite athletes are Miguel Cabrera and Bryce Harper...favorite TV show is The Walking Dead...favorite movie is Friday Night Lights...favorite book is Harry Potter.

Ryan Dorow Shortstop Junior - 6-0, 200 Bats: R, Throws: R South Haven, Mich. South Haven HS

2 2015 (So.): Repeated on the All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team...a first-team all-region pick both by the American Baseball Coaches’ Association and D3baseball.com...batted .383 with 59 hits in 154 at-bats and scored 38 runs, collecting 13 doubles, two triples and 10 home runs...had a .464 on-base percentage and .688 slugging while recording 38 runs batted in...led the MIAA in games played (45), plate appearances (183), runs and assists (127)...ranked second in the conference in home runs, hits, total bases (106) and at-bats...third with 38 runs batted in and .688 slugging percentage...17th in NCAA Division III for home runs...opened season with a nine-game hitting streak (14-for-34, .412)... had three home runs and seven RBI during that stretch...had 20 multiple-hit games, including seven-straight from April 12-21...rapped seven extra-base hits--four homers--with seven RBI during that span...posted five 3-RBI contests... batted .404 and slugged .697 with four home runs and 22 RBI in MIAA games only...had a .521 on-base percentage and batted .443 in 18 home games.

batted .500 (10-for-20) in the NCAA Midwest Regional and named to the All-Tournament Team...finished the season with a .392 batting average (67-for-171) including 21 doubles, a triple and five home runs...drove in 40 runs and posted a .459 on-base percentage...ranks first in a season at Adrian College in doubles, third in assists (129), tied for third in hits, tied for fifth in total bases (105) and tied for 10th in RBI... led the team in batting average, doubles, total bases, hits and assists (129)...hit .422 (27-for64) against lefties...ranked fourth in the MIAA in batting average, first in hits, fourth in runs scored, third in RBI, first in doubles and first in total bases...ranked 13th in NCAA Division III in doubles and 38th in total bases...had six three-hit games during the season...sported a .459 on-base and .614 slugging percentage... named MIAA Position Player of the Week twice. Personal: Majoring in sports management with a minor in business administration... born in South Haven, Michigan on August 21, 1995...son of Jon and Jennifer Dorow...father attended Adrian College and played baseball... chose AC because of small school feel and great baseball program...career goal is to become an athletic director...graduated from South Haven High School in 2013...lettered in varsity basketball for three years, baseball for four years and soccer for two years...named All-State in baseball as a senior and was named All-Region and All-Conference since sophomore season...member of the honor roll...favorite sports teams are the Boston Red Sox and Wisconsin Badgers...favorite athlete is Nomar Garciaparra...favorite TV show is Breaking Bad...favorite movie is Remember the Titans...favorite musician is Dave Matthews Band.

2014 (Fr.): Named Third Team All-American and National Freshman of the Year by D3Baseball. com...became only freshman in school history named an All-American...named First Team All-Mideast Region by D3Baseball.com and ABCA...named Mideast Region Freshman of the Year by D3Baseball.com...became first freshman to be named MIAA Position Player of the Year...selected as First Team All-MIAA...

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PLAYER BIOS Zach Dunn Pitcher Junior - 6-2, 190 Bats: R, Throws: R Jackson, Mich. East Jackson HS

22 2015 (So.): Made eight appearances with 10.2 innings pitched…pitched the final inning against Alma College on April 12, allowing only one hit and no runs…recorded nine strikeouts and a 2.53 ERA over the course of the season. 2014 (Fr.): Did not see varsity game action. Personal: Majoring in environmental science with a minor in criminal justice...born in Jackson, Michigan on September 30, 1995...son of Jeff and Cindy Dunn...career goal is to become a DNR Officer or Game Warden...prepped at East Jackson High School graduating in 2013...earned varsity letters in baseball and basketball...posted a 25-6 record in 2010-11 on the diamond and 22-13 record in 2011-12... won a conference and district championship during those years...set a season record with 115 strikeouts on the mound as a senior... named All-Conference three times and AllRegion twice...selected Second Team All-State as a junior...favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers...favorite athlete is Justin Verlander... favorite TV shows are Duck Dynasty and Impractical Jokers...favorite movies are Step Brothers and Grown Ups...favorite musician is Luke Bryan.

Shane Healy Pitcher Junior - 6-1, 190 Bats: L, Throws: L Chesterfield, Mich. L’Anse Creuse North HS

30 2015 (So.): Started one game and made six appearances…had four strikeouts against 11 batters faced in MIAA play…accumulated a 2.70 ERA overall. 2014 (Fr.): Appeared in three games and made two starts...tossed five innings of three-hit ball with one earned run and three strikeouts against Heidelberg on Mar. 18 in a no-decision...threw 2.2 innings and allowed four earned runs with a walk and strikeout at Earlham on Mar. 26 in a no-decision...totaled

8.2 innings on the season. Personal: Majoring in business management... born in Detroit, Michigan on October 29, 1995...son of Tom and Jeanne Healy... prepped at L’Anse Creuse North High School graduating in 2013...earned varsity letters twice in baseball...posted a 26-7 record as a junior and 19-10 record as a senior under coach Jeffrey Dropps...named First Team AllDistrict and Second Team All-County in 2012... selected First Team All-District and All-County in 2013...member of the honor roll...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions...favorite athletes are Miguel Cabrera and Henrik Zetterberg...favorite TV shows are Breaking Bad and Burn Notice...favorite movies are The Sandlot and Happy Gilmore...favorite musicians are Kanye West and Jon Bellion.

Brian Killinger Infield Junior - 5-9, 210 Bats: R, Throws: R Grand Rapids, Mich. Northview HS

20 2015 (So.): Appeared in seven games…scored four runs as a pinch runner for the Bulldogs… scored the game winning run against Calvin on May 5, after pinch running for a player at first. 2014 (Fr.): Did not see varsity game action. Personal: Majoring in athletic training...born in Grand Rapids, Michigan on June 5, 1995... son of Joseph Killinger and Kim Mikowski... father played baseball and football at Adrian College...step brother Ian also plays for the Bulldog baseball team...prepped at Grand Rapids Northview High School graduating in 2013...played four years of varsity baseball for the Wildcats...lettered in football for three years...named the school’s athlete of the year in 2013...set single season batting average record (.535) as a senior...named All-Conference twice and All-District three times...named AllConference three times and All-Region twice in football...set school single season and career records for tackles...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Illinois Fighting Illini... favorite TV shows are Ridiculousness, Criminal Minds and NCIS...favorite movies are Warrior and 42...favorite musicians are Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney and Keith Urban.

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PLAYER BIOS Ian Mikowski Outfield Junior - 5-10, 160 Bats: L, Throws: R Grand Rapids, Mich. Northview HS

Kyle Shepherd Pitcher Junior - 6-4, 206 Bats: L, Throws: R Eaton, Ohio Eaton HS

21 2015 (So.): Appeared in 25 games, making seven starts…against Berry on March 6, recorded a run and two hits as the Went on to win 5-4…finished the season with a .200 batting average. 2014 (Fr.): Played in 21 games and made three starts (1 OF, 2 DH)...collected four hits in 15 atbats (.267) with a .368 on-base percentage... scored nine runs and drove in three runs... had one sacrifice fly and bunt...went 2-for-3 with a run and RBI against Albion on Mar. 21 in game one of a doubleheader...reached base three times with a single and two walks against Heidelberg on Mar. 18. Personal: Majoring in sports management with a minor in economics...born in Fremont, Michigan on March 23, 1995...son of Mike and Sandy Mikowski...prepped at Grand Rapids Northview High School graduating in 2013... played varsity baseball for three years for coach Jason Denton...played varsity football for two years...played varsity soccer for four years... won 2010 state championship on the pitch... named Honorable Mention All-State in soccer as a senior...named All-Conference three times in baseball...named All-Region twice on the diamond...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Chicago Cubs...favorite athlete is Mike Trout.

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44 Prior to AC: Played one season for Mount Saint Joseph University…played one season for Sinclair Community College…All-Academic team (2015). Personal: Majoring in exercise science…born in Eaton, Ohio on December 11, 1994…son of Keith and Terri Shepherd…graduated from Eaton High School in 2013…earned letters in football and baseball…favorite athlete is Pete Rose…favorite TV show is It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia…favorite movie is Major League.

Aaron Ajrouche Infield Sophomore - 5-11, 170 Bats: R, Throws: R Taylor, Mich. Taylor Kennedy HS

9 2015 (Fr.): Did not see varsity action. Personal: Majoring in exercise science and minoring in sports management…born in Detroit, Michigan on May 23, 1996…son of Mike and Tracy Ajrouche…graduated from John F. Kennedy High School in 2014…also attended Summit Academy High School (2010-11) and Riverview Community High School (2011-2013)…four time letter winner for baseball…News Herald Honorable Mention (2014)…favorite movies are Moneyball and The Great Gatsby…favorite authors are F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Shakespeare…favorite food is pizza.

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PLAYER BIOS Tyler Gnodtke Pitcher Sophomore - 6-5, 220 Bats: R, Throws: R Three Oaks, Mich. Bridgman HS

35 2015 (Fr.): Made seven appearances with nine innings pitched on his way to two wins… Allowed no runs and only 2 hits against Alma College on April 12…recorded a 4.00 ERA for the season…allowed 13 hits only one of which was an extra base hit. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Three Oaks, Michigan on July 5, 1995...son of Al and Chris Gnodtke...prepped at Bridgman High School graduating in 2014...finished as state runner-up in baseball in 2011...made it to the state semifinal in 2014...named First Team AllDistrict as a pitcher four times...named First Team All-Conference three times...named First Team All-Region and Second Team All-State as a senior...member of school’s honor roll... favorite sports teams are the Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bulls and Washington Redskins... favorite athletes are Michael Jordan and Justin Verlander...favorite TV shows are East Bound and Down, Family Guy and Duck Dynasty... favorite movies are American Sniper and Moneyball...favorite musicians are Kenny Chesney and Easton Corbin.

Brian Guck Third Base Sophomore - 6-3, 195 Bats: R, Throws: R Cincinnati, Ohio Elder HS

18 2015 (Fr.): Appeared in 12 games with five starts…against Birmingham Southern, he had one double that batted in two of the Bulldogs three runs on the day…ended the season with a .167 batting average. Personal: Majoring in accounting with a minor in sports management...born in Cincinnati, Ohio on March 8, 1996...son of Joe and Denise Guck...prepped at Cincinnati Elder High School graduating in 2014...earned four letters in baseball and two in football for the Panthers... named First Team All-GCL and Honorable Mention All-City in 2014...participated in Ohio Mizuno Senior All-Star Series...member of school’s honor roll every semester...member of National Honor Society...favorite sports teams are the Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals...favorite athlete is Johnny Bench... favorite TV show is Criminal Minds...favorite movies are Lawless and Shooter...favorite book in Moneyball...favorite musicians are Florida Georgia Line.

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PLAYER BIOS Collin Korte Pitcher Sophomore - 6-1, 195 Bats: R, Throws: L Bowling Green, Ohio Toledo St. John’s HS

Tyler Kyro Outfield Sophomore - 6-0, 225 Bats: R, Throws: R Jackson, Mich. Jackson HS

37 2015 (Fr.): Started two games and made 19 appearances on his way to a 4-1 record…had five innings of relief, giving up only one hit and one walk with three strikeouts in the MIAA opener against Albion College on March 21… accumulated a 1.01 ERA in conference play and a 3.15 ERA overall…had 35 strikeouts and five saves. Personal: Majoring in marketing...born in Toledo, Ohio on May 31, 1995...son of Mike and Carol Korte...prepped at Toledo St. John’s Jesuit High School graduating in 2014...earned two varsity letters in baseball and football... named All-Conference Honorable Mention in football in 2012...named Second Team AllConference in baseball in 2013...named First Team All-District in 2014...member of the Spanish Club and Latin Club...favorite sports team is the Detroit Lions...favorite athlete is Muhammad Ali...favorite TV show is East Bound and Down...favorite movie is Catch Me If You Can...favorite book is Moneyball... favorite musicians are Jackson 5.

14 2015 (Fr.): Made three appearances for the Bulldogs. Personal: Majoring in speech pathology... born in Adrian, Michigan on September 21, 1995...son of Derek and Lisa Kyro...prepped at Jackson High School graduating in 2014... earned letters in baseball and soccer...coached by Jonathan Hastings in baseball...named All-Conference for three years in soccer... named 2013 Jackson Citizen Patriot Player of the Year...named All-Area for three years in soccer...named Second Team All-State by the MHSBCA as a senior in baseball...named Jackson Citizen Patriot Player of the Year on the diamond...named First Team All-Region and All-District in 2014...career leader at JHS with .415 batting average, 179 hits, 131 RBI, 12 triples and 119 stolen bases...member of school’s honor roll all four years...favorite sports teams are the Detroit Tigers and Michigan Wolverines...favorite athletes are Ndamukong Suh and Victor Martinez...favorite TV show is Family Guy...favorite movie is Anchorman 2... favorite musician is Big Sean.

Guy McComas Pitcher Sophomore - 5-11, 155 Bats: L, Throws: L Dundee, Mich. Dundee HS

15 2015 (Fr.): Did not see varsity action. Personal: Majoring in business management… born in Ann Arbor, Michigan on January 19, 1996…son of Patricia Vallade and Guy McComas…graduated from Dundee High School in 2014…lettered in baseball…AllConference team (2013, 2014)…All-Region team (2013, 2014)…favorite athlete is Ronda Rousey…favorite TV show is Criminal Minds… favorite author is Edgar Allen Poe.

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PLAYER BIOS Zach Leach Pitcher/Outfield Sophomore - 6-0, 200 Bats: L, Throws: R Richmond, Mich. Richmond HS

17 2015 (Fr.): Appeared in 21 games during his first year…batted .317 with 13 hits on 46 atbats…had two doubles and one triple on the year…batted in seven runs during the season while scoring seven times himself…recorded a .364 on base percentage and a .415 slugging percentage on the season…also made one appearance as a pitcher for one inning allowing one hit and zero earned runs. Personal: Majoring in psychology with a minor in criminal justice...born in Richmond, Michigan on July 22, 1996...son of Greg and Stacey Leach...prepped at Richmond High School graduating in 2014...played for coach Scott Evans...won four district titles, two regional titles and were runner-up in the state twice... named BWAC Most Valuable Player and First Team All-State...selected as Macomb County Division 2-4 Player of the Year...earned AllDistrict and All-Region accolades...holds school records for most strikeouts (84) on the mound...also holds school records for highest slugging percentage (.795), batting average (.551), runs (54), hits (70), total bases (101), onbase percentage (.597) and RBI (46)...member of school’s honor roll all four years...favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers...favorite athlete is Miguel Cabrera...favorite TV show is Breaking Bad...favorite movie is American Sniper...favorite musicians are Eric Church and Florida Georgia Line.

Tommy Parsons Pitcher Sophomore - 6-5, 185 Bats: R, Throws: R New Albany, Ohio New Albany HS

36 2015 (Fr.): Started nine games with 12 total appearances on his way to an 8-1 record for the season…went six innings giving up zero earned runs on eight hits on his way to recording a win against Calvin College in the MIAA Tournament Championship Game… recorded a 3.10 ERA and had 28 strikeouts on the season. Personal: Majoring in business...born in Columbus, Ohio on September 1, 1995...son of Robert Parsons...prepped at New Albany High School graduating in 2014...played varsity baseball for coach Justin Grieger...named Second Team All-League in 2013...named First Team All-League and Second Team All-District in 2014...won Bob Talpas Scholarship award for leadership...favorite sports teams are the Ohio State Buckeyes and New York Yankees... favorite athlete is Derek Jeter...favorite TV show is Family Guy...favorite movie is The Sandlot... favorite musical group is Coldplay.

Ryan Rea Pitcher Sophomore - 6-0, 190 Bats: R, Throws: L Clarkston, Mich. Clarkston HS

41 2015 (Fr.): Had one-inning of work and gave up three hits and two runs. Personal: Majoring in sports management with a minor in public relations...born in Clarkston, Michigan on June 27, 1996...son of Chad and Susan Rea...career goal is to become a high school athletic director...prepped at Clarkston High School graduating in 2014...named First Team All-OAA for three years...named AllOakland County for three years...named AllRegion as a senior...member of school’s honor roll...favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers... favorite athlete is Russell Wilson...favorite TV show is The League...favorite movie is Fast and Furious franchise...favorite musical group is Florida Georgia Line.

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PLAYER BIOS Frank Resto Catcher Sophomore - 5-9, 184 Bats: R, Throws: R Miami, Fla. South Miami HS

Scott Suminski Pitcher Sophomore - 5-9, 180 Bats: R, Throws: R Fraser, Mich. De La Salle Collegiate

20 2015 (Fr.): Appeared in 25 games while making 20 starts behind the plate…against Calvin on May 2, he had two doubles on the day batting in two runs and scoring twice himself as the Bulldogs went on to win 13-2…had 16 hits and batted in nine runs…ended the season with a .291 batting average. Personal: Majoring in communications with a minor in Spanish...born in Rio Piedra, Puerto Rico on June 18, 1996...son of Francisco and Lourdes Resto...prepped at Coral Gables High School for two years before finishing up at South Miami Senior High School graduating in 2014...played varsity baseball from 2011-14... won a district twice and was 2012 regional semifinalists...named team’s Most Valuable Player in 2013...favorite sports teams are the Miami Marlins, Miami Dolphins and Miami Heat...favorite athletes are Dwayne Wade, Yadier Molina and Ivan Rodriguez...favorite TV shows are SportsCenter, 30 for 30 and E:60... favorite movies are I Am Legend, The Breakfast Club and The Butterfly Effect...favorite book is The Great Gatsby...favorite musicians are The Script, Maroon 5 and Drake.

33 2015 (Fr.): Did not see varsity action. Personal: Majoring in elementary education and minoring in math…born in Fraser, Michigan on June 7, 1996…son of Thomas and Jill Suminski…graduated from Warren De La Salle High School in 2014…earned letters in baseball and football…All-County team for baseball (2014)…All-League team for baseball (2014)…voted Most Improved Player by baseball teammates and coaches…member of National Honor Society…made Dean’s and Principal’s lists…favorite author is S. E. Hinton…favorite books are The Outsiders and The Givers…favorite musician is Wiz Khalifa.

Jason Croci Outfield Freshman - 5-10, 170 Bats: R, Throws: R Geneva, Ill. Geneva HS

32 Personal: Majoring in athletic training…born in Hinsdale, Illinois on April 5, 1997…son of Jeff and Karen Croci…graduated from Geneva High School in 2015…earned letters in baseball and football…first team All-Conference (2014)… All Area Honorable Mention (2014, 2015)… Academic All-Conference (2013, 2014, 2015)… favorite TV show is Pardon the Interruption… favorite movie is 21 Jump Street…favorite book is Beyond Belief.

Dugan Darnell Infield Freshman - 6-2, 185 Bats: L, Throws: R Northville, Mich. Northville HS

1 Personal: Majoring in marketing and minoring in sports management…born in Chicago, Illinois on June 26, 1997…son of Dan and Mary Lou Darnell…graduated from Northville High School in 2015…lettered in baseball…

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PLAYER BIOS All-Conference team (2015)…All-District team (2015)…first team All-Area (2015)…team Offensive MVP (2015)…in senior season he batted .396 with an on-base percentage of .602…favorite athlete is Derek Jeter…favorite movie is Anchorman…favorite food is chicken noodle soup.

Jimmy Howell First Base Freshman - 6-3, 195 Bats: L, Throws: R Allen Park, Mich. Allen Park HS

26 Personal: Majoring in biology…born in Allen Park, Michigan on May 14, 1997…son of Stew and Debbie Howell…graduated from Allen Park High School in 2015…lettered in baseball… All-League team (2013, 2014, 2015)…school All-Academic team (2012-15)…league AllAcademic team (2013, 2014, 2015)…favorite TV show is Trailer Park Boys…favorite athletes are Danny DeKeyser and Yasiel Puig…favorite musicians are Kenny Chesney and Fetty Wap.

Korey Mazur Catcher Freshman - 6-0, 215 Bats: R, Throws: R Macomb, Mich. Chippewa Valley HS

19 Personal: Majoring in geology…born in Macomb, Michigan on March 29, 1997…son of Thomas and Lana Mazur…graduated from Chippewa Valley High School in 2015…earned letters in baseball and hockey…All-Honors team (2014)…four time Honor Roll student… favorite sports teams are Detroit Tigers and Detroit Redwings…favorite author is Dr. Seuss…favorite food is pancakes.

Matthew Mueller Outfield Freshman - 6-0, 160 Bats: R, Throws: R Deerfield, Mich. Britton-Deerfield HS

4 Personal: Majoring in teacher education and minoring in health…born in Tecumseh, Michigan on May 23, 1997…son of Jim and Darlene Mueller…graduated from BrittonDeerfield High School in 2015…earned letters in baseball, football, and basketball…AllDistrict team for baseball (2014)…All-League team for football (2015)…All-State team for baseball (2015)…broke record for most stolen bases in a season with 59 in 2015…four time Honor Roll member…favorite athletes are Ian Kinsler and Christian McCaffrey…favorite movies are American Sniper and Southpaw… favorite author is Suzanne Collins.

Alex Zaciewski First Base Freshman - 6-2, 210 Bats: R, Throws: R Blissfield, Mich. Blissfield HS

42 Personal: Majoring in physics and minoring in mathematics…born in Blissfield, Michigan on September 4, 1997…son of Paul and Wendy Zaciewski…graduated from Blissfield High School in 2015…lettered in baseball all four years…All-State team (2014, 2015)…favorite TV show is Workaholics…favorite author is John Steinbeck…favorite sports team is the Detroit Tigers.

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2015 STATISTICS

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2015 RESULTS

* MIAA game II May 6-8, MIAA Tournament II May 13-14, NCAA Mideast Regional Championship noted in (parentheses)

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HISTORY/HONORS Adrian All-Americans Bobby Rickstad (ABCA Third Team, 2008) Alex Cowart (ABCA First Team and D3Baseball.com Second Team 2009 / ABCA and D3Baseball.com Second Team 2010) Ryan Domschot (D3Baseball.com First Team 2009) Brian Bilius (D3Baseball.com Third Team 2011) Kyle Strawn (D3Baseball.com Honorable Mention 2012) Ryan Dorow (D3Baseball.com and ABCA Third Team and D3Baseball. com Rookie of the Year 2014) Todd Meyers (ABCA National Gold Glove Award, SS, 2009) Bulldogs in the NCAA Championship 2005=Terre Haute, Ind. (1-2) 2006=Terre Haute, Ind. (1-2) 2008=Terre Haute, Ind. (3-1) WS Finals in Appleton, Wis. (2-2) 2009=Adrian, Mich. (2-2) 2010=Marietta, Ohio (1-2) 2011= Marietta, Ohio (0-2) 2012= Marietta, Ohio (2-2) 2013= Rock Island, Ill. (1-2) 2014= Whitewater, Wis. (3-2) 2015= Washington, Pa. (0-2) Totals= 10 appearances (17-21) Adrian MIAA Players/Pitchers of the Year 1993=Keith Bozyk, p 1997=Aaron Klotz, 2b 2006=Jeff Nokovich, p, and (co) Tony Vennekotter, ss 2008=Bobby Rickstad, dh/ut 2009=Todd Meyers, ss, and Alex Cowart, of; and Ryan Domschot, p 2010=Alex Cowart, of, and Josh Lancaster, p 2011=Brian Bilius, 3b, and David Partyka, p 2012=Kyle Strawn, of 2013=Dan Heatherly, Adrian, dh/ut 2014=Ryan Dorow, ss, and Holden Branch, p 2015=Eric Schmidt, p MIAA Championships 1993=Adrian, Albion (10-5) 2005=Adrian (16-5) 2006=Adrian, Hope (21-7) 2009=Adrian (25-3) 2010=Adrian (23-5) 2011=Adrian (24-4) 2012=Adrian (24-4) 2013=Adrian, Hope (20-8) 2014=Adrian (21-7) 2015=Adrian (23-5)

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Walks

Complete Games

1. .420 - Alex Cowart (235-560) - 2007-10 2. .385 - Dan Slagle (184-478) - 1997-2000 3. .373 - Dave Slagle (84-225) - 1998-99 4. .371 - Brian Bilius (205-553) - 2008-11 5. .369 - Paul Young (111-301) - 1999-2000 1. .678 - Dan Slagle (478 AB) - 1997-2000 2. .670 - Alex Cowart (560 AB) - 2007-10 3. .579 - Mitch Stefanski (378 AB) - 2011-14 4. .571 - Sam Fischer (524 AB) - 2011-14 5. 2w/.551 - recently: Paul Young (301AB)-1999-2000 1. 164 - Alex Cowart - 2007-10 2. 162 - Todd Meyers - 2006-09 3. 145 - Brian Bilius - 2008-11 4. 140 - Sam Fischer - 2011-14 5. Two w/130 - recently: Nate Sarkissian - 2008-11 1. 235 - Alex Cowart - 2007-10 2. 205 - Brian Bilius - 2008-11 3. 202 - Todd Meyers - 2006-09 4. 191 - Tony Vennekotter - 2003-06 5. 184 - Dan Slagle - 1997-2000 1. 25 - Dan Slagle - 1997-2000 2. 19 - Alex Cowart - 2007-10 3. 18 - Tim Gates - 2002-05 4. 17 - Sam Fischer - 2011-14 5. 15 - Ryan Dorow - 2014-present 1. 156 - Alex Cowart - 2007-10 2. 150 - Dan Slagle - 1997-2000 3. 122 - Jake Cappelletty - 2008-11 4. 120 - Nate Sarkissian - 2008-11 5. 119 - Todd Meyers - 2006-09 1. 106 - Dan Slagle - 1997-2000 2. 86 - Sam Fischer - 2011-14 3. 77 - Zebb Schroder - 1998-01 4. 72 - Jason McCree - 1992-95 5. 68 - Tony Vennekotter - 2003-06

On-Base Average (min. 200 AB)

1. .497 - Dan Slagle (478 AB) - 1997-2000 2. .494 - Alex Cowart (560 AB) - 2007-10 3. .463 - Mitch Stefanski (378 AB) - 2011-14 4. .462 - Dave Slagle (225 AB) - 1998-99 5. .455 - Andrew DeLuca (435 AB) - 2010-13

Stolen Bases

1. 57 - Alex Cowart (57-61) - 2007-10 2. 39 - Todd Meyers (39-53) - 2006-09 3. 36 - Mike Valasek (36-41) - 2001-03 4. 35 - Ryan Sulek (35-42) - 2004-07 5. 34 - Sam Fischer (34-44) - 2011-14

Games Played

1. 173 - Todd Meyers - 2006-09 2.168 - Alex Cowart - 2007-10 3. 166 - Steve Vanderheyden - 2007-10 4. 164 - Brian Bilius - 2008-11 (tie) 164 - Jake Cappelletty - 2008-11

1. 2.37 - Brent Greenwood (182 IP) - 2011-14 2. 2.51 - Holden Branch (129.1 IP) - 2011-14 3. 2.62 - Jeff Nokovich (178.2 IP) - 2003-06 4. 2.78 - David Partyka (129.1 IP) - 2009-11 5. 2.79 - Eric Schmidt (261.2 IP) - 2012-15 1. 30 - Eric Schmidt (30-5) - 2012-15 2. 27 - Craig Reynolds (27-13) - 2003-06 3. 25 - Ryan Domschot (25-9) - 2008-11 4. 23 - Bobby Rickstad (23-6) - 2005-08 (tie) 23 - Rylie Robinson (23-7) - 2011-14 1. 43 - Craig Reynolds - 2003-06 2. 41 - Eric Schmidt - 2012-15 3. 36 - Ryan Domschot - 2008-11 4. 35 - Rylie Robinson - 2011-14 5. 33 - Bobby Wrozek - 2000-04 1. 297.2 - Craig Reynolds - 2003-06 2. 270.2 - Keith Bozyk - 1991-95 3. 261.2 - Eric Schmidt - 2012-15 4. 247.1 - Ryan Domschot - 2008-11 5. 242.2 - Rylie Robinson - 2011-14 1. 53 - Craig Reynolds - 2003-06 2. 49 - Ryan Domschot - 2008-11 3. 47 - Nick VanDike - 2005-06,’08-09 (tie) 47 - Bobby Rickstad - 2005-08 5. 46 - Jason Quaine - 2001-03 1. 277 - Ryan Domschot - 2008-11 2. 214 - Craig Reynolds - 2003-06 3. 196 - Jeff Nokovich - 2003-06 4. 194 - Keith Bozyk - 1991-95 5. 171 - Eric Schmidt - 2012-15 1. 23 - Keith Bozyk - 1991-95 2. 22 - Craig Reynolds - 2003-06 3. 16 - Jeff Nokovich - 2003-06 4. 15 - Ryan Domschot - 2008-11 (tie) 15 - Rylie Robinson - 2011-14 (tie) 15 - Bobby Rickstad - 2005-08

Fewest Walks per 9 Innings (min. 120 IP) 1. 0.78 - Alex Webster (196.2 IP) - 2007-09 2. 1.78 - Brent Greenwood (182 IP) - 2011-14 3. 1.89 - Eric Schmidt (123.1 IP) - 2012-15 4. 2.30 - David Partyka (129.1 IP) - 2009-11 5. 2.35 - Jason Fryman (153.0 IP) - 2009-12

Most Saves

1. 9 - Lucas Willitzer - 2011-13 2. 8 - Keith Bozyk - 1991-95 3. 7 - Chris Dubbs - 1995-97 4. 6 - Tommy Eng - 2013-15 (tie) - Jason Quaine - 2001-03 (tie) - Nick VanDike - 2005-06, ‘08-09

Lowest Opp. Batting Average (min. 120 IP) 1. .210 - Jeff Nokovich (178.2 IP) - 2003-04, ‘06 2. .222 - Holden Branch (129.1 IP) - 2011-14 3. .241 - Ryan Domschot (247.1 IP) - 2008-11 (tie) .241 - Jason Fryman (153.0 IP) - 2009-12

2014 NCAA Midwest Regional Finalist - 2016 Baseball Guide

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MIAA YEAR IN REVIEW Final 2015 Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Standings Conference

School Adrian * ! $ Calvin * Hope * Kalamazoo * Trine Albion Alma Olivet

W-L Pct. RF RA 23-5 0.821 155 75 17-11 0.607 176 148 15-13 0.536 151 104 15-13 0.536 146 119 13-15 0.464 110 146 12-16 0.429 134 180 11-17 0.393 105 139 6-22 0.214 88 154

Overall

W-L Pct. 33-12 0.733 22-21 0.512 23-19 0.548 20-22 0.476 18-22 0.450 19-21 0.475 20-20 0.500 7-33 0.175

RF RA 241 161 260 239 263 185 230 191 181 224 203 268 170 180 132 257

* MIAA Tournament participant / ! MIAA Champion $ NCAA Division III Baseball Championship Mideast Regional qualifier

2015 All-MIAA Awards Most Valuable Position Player: Michael Fischbach, Albion Most Valuable Pitcher: Eric Schmidt, Adrian First Team All-MIAA C – Kyle Auernhamer, Trine* (senior from Vassar/Vassar HS) 1B – Colton Wolfe, Calvin* (sophomore from Eaton Rapids/Eaton Rapids HS) 2B – Devin Schaefers, Hope* (senior from Lake Forest, Calif./El Toro HS) SS – Ryan Dorow, Adrian** (sophomore from South Haven/South Haven HS) 3B – Jack Clark, Kalamazoo* (sophomore from Ann Arbor/Skyline HS) OF – Michael Fischbach, Albion** (junior from Valencia, Calif./Valencia HS) OF – Jeff Gertley, Adrian* (junior from Northville/Northville HS) OF – Grant VanPutten, Calvin*** (senior from Holland/Holland Christian HS) UT – Peter Cupery, Calvin* (senior from Holland/Holland Christian HS) P – Jordan Frayer, Adrian* (junior from New Boston/Huron HS) P – Nate Schepers, Calvin* (senior from Holland/Holland Christian HS) P – Eric Schmidt, Adrian* (senior from Blissfield/Blissfield HS) *- denotes number of years All-MIAA First Team Second Team All-MIAA C – Doug Walters, Alma (junior from Brighton/Brighton HS) 1B – Jordan Baer, Trine (senior from Fort Wayne, Ind./Leo HS) 2B – Ben Wohl, Calvin (senior from Canton/Plymouth HS) SS – Brady VanderWeele, Hope (junior from Kalamazoo/Parchment HS) 3B – Patrick Avila, Calvin (sophomore from Lakewood, Calif./Valley Christian HS) OF – Ian Kobernick, Kalamazoo (sophomore from Huntington Woods/Berkley HS) OF – Ryan Konkle, Hope (junior from Marshall/Marshall HS) OF – Drew Thompson, Olivet (senior from Canton/Salem HS)}|

UT – Miccoy Drzewiecki, Adrian (sophomore from Toledo, Ohio/St. Francis de Sales HS)

P – Jake Chipka, Hope (junior from Toledo, Ohio/Anthony Wayne HS) P – Andy Farrell, Trine (sophomore from Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio/St. Vincent-St. Mary’s HS) P – Ryan Orr, Kalamazoo (freshman from DeWitt/Bath HS)

2015 Postseason Results MIAA Tournament (May 6-8) #1 at Adrian 3, #4 Kalamazoo 2 (1st Rd.) #3 Hope 7, at #2 Calvin 6 (1st Rd.) #1 at Adrian 6, #3 Hope 5 #2 Calvin 6, #4 Kalamazoo 2 (elimination game) * #2 Calvin 10, #3 Hope 3 (elimination game) * #1 at Adrian 11, #2 Calvin 4 (championship)

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NCAA Division III Mideast Regional (May 13-14) Shenandoah (Va.) 5, Adrian 1 ! at Washington & Jefferson 9, Adrian 3 ! * Denotes game played at Adrian College ! Denotes games played in Washington, Pa.

4-time Defending MIAA Champs - 7 Straight MIAA Regular Season Titles


2016 SCHEDULE MAR 2 MAR 5

AT MILLSAPS COLLEGE VS BLACKBURN

6:00 PM 3:00 PM

@ MILLSAPS COLLEGE--JACKSON, MISS.

MAR 6

VS BLACKBURN

3:00 PM

@ MILLSAPS COLLEGE--JACKSON, MISS.

MAR 11

VS BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN

3:00 PM

@ PIEDMONT COLLEGE SPRING CLASSIC

MAR 12

AT PIEDMONT

12:00 PM

@PIEDMONT COLLEGE SPRING CLASSIC

VS MARIETTA

3:00 PM

@ PIEDMONT COLLEGE SPRING CLASSIC

MAR 19

VS. CAPITAL

3:00 PM

@ AT FRANKLIN (IND.) COLLEGE

MAR 20

AT FRANKLIN

3:00 PM

@ AT FRANKLIN (IND.) COLLEGE

MAR 23 MAR 25 MAR 26 MAR 30 APRIL 2 APRIL 3 APRIL 5 APRIL 8 APRIL 9 APRIL 12 APRIL16 APRIL 17 APRIL 23 APRIL 24 APRIL 29 APRIL 30 MAY 6 MAY 7 MAY 11 MAY 12 MAY 13 MAY 18

AT OTTERBEIN AT OLIVET * DH VS OLIVET * DH VS HEIDELBERG VS KALAMAZOO * AT KALAMAZOO * VS BALDWIN WALLACE VS CALVIN * DH AT CALVIN * DH AT SIENA HEIGHTS AT ALMA * DH VS ALMA * DH AT ALBION * DH VS ALBION * DH VS TRINE * DH AT TRINE * DH VS HOPE * DH AT HOPE * DH MIAA TOURNAMENT MIAA TOURNAMENT MIAA TOURNAMENT NCAA REGIONALS

* CONFERENCE GAME

4:00 PM 2:00 / 4:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 4:00 PM 2:00 / 4:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 5:00 PM 2:00 / 4:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 2:00 / 4:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM 2:00 / 4:30 PM 1:00 / 3:30 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA

2016 Baseball Media Guide  

Media guide for the Adrian College baseball team for the 2016 Spring Season

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