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2017 RUTGERS BASEBALL 2017 SCHEDULE

February (7) Fri. 17....... at Miami.............................. 7 p.m. Sat. 18....... at Miami.............................. 7 p.m. Sun. 19...... at Miami.............................. 1 p.m. Fri. 24....... at Virginia............................ 3 p.m. Sat. 25....... at Virginia............................ 1 p.m. Sun. 26...... at Virginia............................ 1 p.m. Tue. 28...... Wagner............................... 3 p.m. March (19) Fri. 3......... at Old Dominion.................. 3 p.m. Sat. 4......... at Old Dominion.................. 2 p.m. Sun. 5........ at Old Dominion.................. 1 p.m. Wed. 8...... at Iona................................. 3 p.m. Fri. 10....... at North Florida.................. 4 p.m. Sat. 11....... at North Florida.................. 1 p.m. Sat. 11....... at North Florida.................. 4 p.m. Sun. 12...... at North Florida.................. 1 p.m. Tue. 14...... at Florida Atlantic........... 6:30 p.m. Fri. 17....... at Florida Gulf Coast...... 6:30 p.m. Sat. 18....... at Florida Gulf Coast........... 2 p.m. Sun. 19...... at Florida Gulf Coast........... 1 p.m. Wed. 22.... Rider................................... 3 p.m. Fri. 24....... at USC Upstate.................... 6 p.m. Sat. 25....... at USC Upstate.................... 2 p.m. Sun. 26...... at USC Upstate.................... 1 p.m. Tue. 28...... at Monmouth...................... 3 p.m. Wed. 29.... Monmouth.......................... 3 p.m. Fri. 31....... Maryland*.......................... 3 p.m. April (20) Sat. 1......... Maryland*.......................... 2 p.m. Sun. 2........ Maryland*.......................... 1 p.m. Wed. 5...... at Villanova......................... 3 p.m. Fri. 7......... at Minnesota*..................... 4 p.m. Sat. 8......... at Minnesota*..................... 3 p.m. Sun. 9........ at Minnesota*..................... 2 p.m. Tue. 11...... at Lafayette.................... 3:35 p.m. Fri. 14....... Purdue*.............................. 3 p.m. Sat. 15....... Purdue*.............................. 1 p.m. Sun. 16...... Purdue*.............................. 1 p.m. Tue. 18...... Seton Hall............................ 3 p.m. Wed. 19.... at Seton Hall........................ 4 p.m. Fri. 21....... at Iowa*.............................. 7 p.m. Sat. 22....... at Iowa*.............................. 3 p.m. Sun. 23...... at Iowa*.............................. 2 p.m. Tue. 25...... Villanova........................ 3:30 p.m. Wed. 26.... Columbia........................ 3:30 p.m. Fri. 28....... Michigan*........................... 3 p.m. Sat. 29....... Michigan*........................... 1 p.m. Sun. 30...... Michigan*........................... 1 p.m. May (10) Tue. 2........ Wagner............................... 1 p.m. Fri. 5......... at Nebraska*.................. 7:30 p.m. Sat. 6......... at Nebraska*....................... 3 p.m. Sun. 7........ at Nebraska*....................... 1 p.m. Fri. 12....... Illinois*................................ 3 p.m. Sat. 13....... Illinois*.................................... TBA Sun. 14...... Illinois*.................................... TBA Thu. 18..... at Northwestern*............... 1 p.m. Fri. 19....... at Northwestern*............... 1 p.m. Sat. 20....... at Northwestern*............... 1 p.m. 24-28........ Big Ten Championships#......... TBA * - Big Ten # - Bloomington, Ind.

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Quick Facts................................................... 2 2017 Roster.................................................. 3 All-Americans............................................ 4-9 Rutgers Hall of Fame............................. 10-13 1950 College World Series......................... 14 Rutgers in the Pros..................................... 15 Letterwinners........................................ 16-20 Ron Kish Award.......................................... 20 All-Conference........................................... 21 Conference Tournaments..................... 22-23 Conference History ................................... 23 Series Records............................................ 24 NCAA Tournament..................................... 24 Results Since 1946................................ 25-33 Yearly Records....................................... 34-35 Coaches...................................................... 35 Series Results........................................ 36-45 Hitting Records...................................... 46-48 Pitching Records................................... 49-50 Team Records........................................ 50-53 Individual Leaders by Season............... 54-61

Head Coach................................... Joe Litterio .......................... Fourth season, sixth on staff Alma Mater................................. Rutgers, ‘94 Record at Rutgers.............................. 76-84-1 Career Record............ 316-454-1 (15 seasons) Assistant Coach............................... Tim Reilly ..................... Fourth season, seventh on staff Alma Mater.................................. Rutgers ‘09 Assistant Coach (Pitching)........Casey Gaynor .................................................... Fifth season Alma Mater.................................. Rutgers ‘10 Volunteer Assistant Coach....... Lou Clemente ................................................... Third season Alma Mater.................................. Rutgers ‘14 Director of Baseball Operations... Glen Gardner .................................................... 27th season Alma Mater.................................. Rutgers ‘88

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2015 Record.......................................... 27-28 2015 Big Ten Record............ 9-15 (11th place) Letterwinners Returning/Lost................ 22/8 Starters Returning (Position/Pitchers)..... 6/3 Starters Lost (Position/Pitchers)............... 3/1 Newcomers...................................................7

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Year of Baseball..... 1870 (141st Season) All-Time Record...........1,805-1,550-26 (.538) College World Series.............................. 1950 NCAA Tournament Appearances (Last)... 15 (2007) Conference Regular Season Titles (Last)... 14 (2007) Conference Championships (Last).... 9 (2007)

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FACT BOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS

CREDITS

The 2017 Rutgers baseball fact book was published by the Office of Athletic Communications. Editor: Jimmy Gill Design and Layout: Andrew Kulihin, Jen Sisco Photos: Ben Solomon, Steve Hockstein, Jim O’Connor, Alex Goodlett


2017 ROSTER # 1 2 4 5 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 37 40 44 45 47 48

Name Jawuan Harris Kevin Welsh Milo Freeman Mike Carter Anthony Greco Nick Matera Christian Campbell Jordan Matthews Colin Bohnert Kyle Muller Eric Reardon Kyle Walker Chris Folinusz Ryan Fleming Carmen Sclafani Mike Martinez Anthony Santoro Kyle Gerace Serafino Brito Gaby Rosa AJ Gallagher Tommy Genuario Tyler McNamara Luke Bowerbank Kyle Driscoll Tom Marcinczyk Dante Scafidi Tevin Murray John O’Reilly Kevin Romero Joe Neglia Max Herrmann James Torres Ryan Wares Jake Yanez

Pos. Yr. OF So. INF Fr. INF Jr. OF/INF Sr. INF Fr. C So. INF/RHP Sr. LHP R-So. RHP Sr. RHP Fr. LHP/INF Fr. INF Jr. C/INF R-Jr. LHP Sr. INF So. OF/LHP So. C R-So. RHP Fr. RHP So. INF/RHP Sr. C R-Jr. OF R-Fr. C So. OF So. RHP R-Sr. OF Sr. LHP So. LHP Fr. RHP Jr. RHP So. RHP Fr. LHP R-Sr. RHP R-So. RHP R-So. LHP R-Jr.

Ht. 5-9 5-9 6-1 5-10 5-8 6-2 6-2 6-0 6-2 6-3 6-5 5-10 6-4 6-0 5-11 5-9 6-0 6-1 6-0 5-10 6-1 6-2 6-1 5-8 6-7 5-9 6-1 6-6 6-5 5-10 6-2 6-3 5-10 6-0 6-0

Wt. 195 160 215 185 160 205 195 200 200 190 215 195 225 215 200 175 200 180 200 185 215 195 220 170 245 195 200 215 205 205 230 215 175 170 155

B/T Hometown/High School (College) R/R Pembroke Pines, Fla./St. Thomas Aquinas R/R Columbus, N.J./Northern Burlington Regional R/R Millburn, N.J./Millburn L/L Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield R/R Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y./Chaminade R/R Roxbury, N.J./Roxbury R/R Sayreville, N.J./Sayreville War Memorial L/L Teaneck, N.J./Teaneck R/R West Caldwell, N.J./James Caldwell R/R Hamilton, N.J./Steinert L/L North Brunswick, N.J./North Brunswick Township L/R Piscataway, N.J./Pingry R/R Cranford, N.J./Cranford L/L Churchville, Pa./Council Rock South R/R Toms River, N.J./Brick L/L West New York, N.J./Bergen Catholic R/R Manalapan, N.J./St. John Vianney R/R Linwood, N.J./Mainland Regional R/R Oakland, N.J./Indian Hills R/R Perth Amboy, N.J./Perth Amboy R/R Wyckoff, N.J./Bergen Catholic (Rockland CC) R/R Saddle Brook, N.J./St. Mary R/R East Brunswick, N.J./East Brunswick L/L Bernardsville, N.J./Bernards R/R Toms River, N.J./Toms River South L/L Middlesex, N.J./Middlesex S/L Washington Township, N.J./Gloucester Catholic L/L Ringtown, Pa./North Schuylkill R/R Northvale, N.J./Northern Valley Regional at Old Tappan R/R Garfield, N.J./Don Bosco Prep R/R Harrington Park, N.J./St. Joseph Regional Montvale L/L Rutherford, N.J./Montclair Kimberley Acad. (Rhode Island) R/R Bloomfield, N.J./Bloomfield R/R Howell, N.J./Howell L/L Freehold, N.J./Freehold Borough (NJIT)

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ALL-AMERICANS 28 PLAYERS • 54 HONORS (Listed in alphabetical order) Doug Alongi Pat Biserta Bobby Brownlie Mike Carter Jake Daubert Darren Fenster Jeff Frazier Todd Frazier Glen Gardner Tyler Gebler Pete Hall Mike Higgins Patrick Kivlehan Jim Kohl Joe Lynch Scott Madison Jaren Matthews Billy McCarthy James Monahan Adam Neubart Steve Nyisztor Mike O’Brien Harding Peterson Walter Porter Gaby Rosa Jeff Torborg Ray Van Cleef Pete Zoccolillo

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1993.............................................. ABCA Third Team 2010.............................................. ABCA Third Team 2000............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 2000..................... Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2000............................. Baseball America Freshman 2014............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 1998............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 1999.............................. Rawlings/ABCA Third Team 2000 ............................... Rawlings/ABCA First Team 2000................................. Sporting News First Team 2000..................... Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2000........................ Baseball America Second Team 2000......................... Baseball Weekly Second Team 2000............................................ NCBWA First Team 2002............ Baseball America Freshman First Team 2004..................... Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2004...................................USA Today Second Team 2004.............................................. ABCA Third Team 2005............ Baseball America Freshman First Team 2005............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 2007.............................Baseball America First Team 2007.......................... Collegiate Baseball First Team 2007............................................ NCBWA First Team 2007....................................... Rivals.com First Team 2007.......... Baseball America Preseason Third Team 2007......................... NCBWA Preseason Third Team 2007....... Collegiate Baseball Preseason Third Team 1986................... ABCA/Baseball America Freshman 1987.........................Collegiate Baseball Third Team 2010...........................Collegiate Baseball Freshman 1961.........................................AACBC Second Team 1962.........................................AACBC Second Team 1993.............................................. ABCA Third Team 2012........................... Baseball America Third Team 1990.............................................. ABCA Third Team 1986.............................................. ABCA Third Team 1996.............................................. ABCA Third Team 2008....... Baseball America Freshman Second Team 2008...........................Collegiate Baseball Freshman 2001....................................... NCBWA Second Team 2001..................... Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2001.............................................. ABCA Third Team 1952............................................. AACBC First Team 1996.............................................Mizuno Freshman 2010...........................Collegiate Baseball Freshman 1997............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 1950............................................. AACBC First Team 1953............................................ AACBC Third Team 2014............................. Louisville Slugger Freshman 1963............................................. AACBC First Team 1951............................................. AACBC First Team 1998.......................................... NCBWA Third Team 1999.......................................... NCBWA Third Team 1999........................... Rawlings/ABCA Second Team

DOUG ALONGI

1993 ABCA Third Team

Alongi was one of two All-Americans on the 1993 squad, which was one of Rutgers’ finest. He helped lead RU to a school record in wins (38) at the time while finishing with a .371 batting average, nine home runs, 39 stolen bases and 143 total bases. He set RU single-season records at the time with his stolen bases (39) and total bases (143). His nine homers placed him 10th on the all-time single-season list that year. Alongi also recorded 18 doubles and six triples, ranking him fourth and second on those single-season lists, respectively, when he achieved the feats. Alongi made just one error in right field and led all RU outfielders with 14 assists. Alongi also claimed Atlantic 10 Player of the Year honors as well as ECAC and NJCBA recognition.

PAT BISERTA

2010 ABCA Third Team

Biserta, a First Team All-BIG EAST selection, hit .368 with 17 doubles and 18 home runs during his junior season in 2010. He was selected by the St. Louis Cardinals in the 24th round of the 2010 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft and signed with the club over the summer. The outfielder ranked fourth in the BIG EAST in slugging percentage (.688), fifth in home runs and total bases (161). Biserta tied for sixth on the school’s career home runs list with 25 in his first three seasons “On the Banks.” His 86 hits tied for ninth on the Rutgers single-season hits chart. Biserta’s 161 total bases were second-best in a season in school history, while his .688 slugging percentage was fifth-best. He was named the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) Division I Player of the Year in 2010. The Scarlet Knight opened the season splitting time as RU’s designated hitter and left fielder and took over the reins full time in left field early in the 2010 campaign. He started all 56 games for RU with three outfield assists as a junior. Biserta was honored as the Pro-Line Athletic National Hitter of the Week by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) as a junior after hitting .550 (11-for-20) with three home runs, three doubles and a triple to drive in 13 runs and score nine in four victories in a week’s span. He owned a .337 career batting average (160for-475) with 37 doubles, three triples and 25 home runs in his three seasons as a Scarlet Knight. He has driven in 99 career runs and scored 89 in three seasons.


ALL-AMERICANS BOBBY BROWNLIE

2000 Louisville Slugger Freshman 2000 Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2000 Baseball America Freshman One of college baseball’s biggest surprises in 2000, Bobby Brownlie arrived on the scene and emerged as one of the top young players in the nation. In 2000, Brownlie posted a 10-1 record, including a perfect 7-0 mark in the BIG EAST. He fired eight complete games and posted an ERA of just 2.55, fourth-best among all freshmen in the country. He was on the mound when Rutgers clinched the 2000 BIG EAST Regular Season Championship, outdueling Notre Dame’s Aaron Heilman for the crown. He then collected two wins in the BIG EAST Tournament, including a 1-0, complete-game shutout of Seton Hall in the title contest. He closed his season with a 4-3 win over Army in the opening round of the NCAA Championship, running his win streak to 10 games and tying the single-season win mark at Rutgers. His 89 strikeouts established a new school record, and he allowed just a .247 opponent batting average.

MIKE CARTER

2014 Louisville Slugger Freshman Mike Carter was a third-team all conference selection and started 52 games in centerfield for the Scarlet Knights as a rookie. He helped pace the Scarlet Knights’ offensive efforts with a team-leading 67 hits, the fourth most by a Rutgers freshman since 2000. Carter batted .318 from the leadoff spot, including .355 in league games, making him a vital piece on offense. Carter played tremendously in centerfield, making only one error in 152 chances. He was named to the 2014 Lousiville Slugger Freshman All-American Team at the end of the season. Carter was also named the Division 1 Rookie of the Year by the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association.

JAKE DAUBERT

1998 Louisville Slugger Freshman Jake Daubert enjoyed a fine offensive season in 1998, batting .368 in his inaugural college season. In addition, he set or tied eight Rutgers records, the most impressive being the single-season RBI mark, which he eclipsed by knocking in 64 runs. Daubert was named Rutgers’ first BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and, at the end of the season, was named to the Louisville Slugger/TPX Freshman All-America squad.

DARREN FENSTER

1999 Rawlings/ABCA Third Team 2000 NCBWA First Team 2000 Sporting News First Team 2000 Rawlings/ABCA first Team 2000 Baseball America Second Team 2000 Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2000 Baseball Weekly Second Team Now an assistant coach with the Boston Red Sox organization, Fenster recently served as an assistant coach with Rutgers. He was a two-time All-American, becoming the first RU player to achieve First Team honors in 2000 since Jeff Torborg in 1963. Fenster led Rutgers in hitting for the second-straight season in 2000, posting a .433 average, which included a new school-record 101 hits in a season. Along the way, Fenster also set the school mark for career hits with 315, becoming the first RU player to reach the 300-hit mark. In addition to his 101 hits and .433 average, Fenster scored 59 runs, drove in 55, collected 23 doubles and hit a career-high four home runs. He also led the team with 182 assists at shortstop, committing just 10 errors. In 1999, Fenster, known initially for his defensive work at shortstop, enjoyed a breakthrough offensive season, leading the team in batting with a .424 average, including a .505 mark in conference action. Batting in the second spot in the order, Fenster provided stability to the Rutgers offense, which ended the season ranked seventh in the nation in team batting average. Fenster’s .424 mark was the sixth-best single-season mark in Rutgers history at the time and his .505 BIG EAST average was the best in 12 seasons. A model of consistency, Fenster hit safely in 50 of 56 starts, collecting 37 multiple hit games. He also continued to play flawlessly in the field, stabilizing the defense from his shortstop position for the third year in a row.

JEFF FRAZIER

2002 Baseball America Freshman 2004 Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2004 USA Today Second Team 2004 ABCA Third Team The 2001 Star Ledger (N.J.) High School Player of the Year, Frazier’s adjustment to the college game came quickly. He was the first true freshman since Darren Fenster in 1997 to start the season opener and proceeded to start all 57 games in left field for the Scarlet Knights. After an 0-for-3 effort in the season opener, Frazier was 7-for-14 over his next three games and was hitting as high as .424 through the first 17 games of the season. After dipping to a season-low .353 on April 14, Frazier went on a seven-game tear from April 17 through April 26, raising his average to .392. He was 15-for-24 (.625) with seven home runs, 14 runs scored and 22 RBI during that span. In 2004, he hit a team-best .382 overall and .365 in BIG EAST play. He was among the league leaders in several offensive categories, including average (2nd), home runs (13, 2nd) and RBI (59, 3rd). He also led the league in hits with 79 and finished tied for third in doubles (16). Frazier was also third in slugging percentage (.657). He led the Scarlet Knights in batting average, at bats (207), runs (59), doubles, total bases (136), slugging percentage, hits, sacrifice flies (4), RBIs and home runs, tying the single-season record he set in 2002. His single-season and career home run totals now ranks fifth in RU history.

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ALL-AMERICANS TODD FRAZIER

2005 Baseball America Freshman 2005 Louisville Slugger Freshman 2007 NCBWA Preseason Third Team 2007 Baseball America Preseason Third Team 2007 Collegiate Baseball Preseason Third Team

2007 Baseball America First Team 2007 NCBWA First Team 2007 Collegiate Baseball First Team 2007 Rivals First Team

Frazier, the younger brother of Rutgers All-American Jeff Frazier, was selected by the Cincinnati Reds with the 34th overall pick in the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft in 2007. He was named a consensus First Team All-American by Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, National Collegiate Baseball Writers and Rivals.com. Frazier was also the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association of America District II Player of the Year. Frazier, also a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace National Player of the Year Award, was one of nine District Players of the Year from around the nation. The shortstop painted himself throughout the Rutgers record book, finishing in the top-six in every single-season offensive category as a junior in 2007, excluding triples. Frazier broke the Rutgers single-season record for home runs (22), home runs by a leadoff hitter (22), runs scored (87), walks (62), doubles (24) and total bases (187) in 2007. He also finished second in slugging percentage (.757), second in at-bats (247), tied for third in runs batted in (65), fifth in hits (93), and tied for sixth in stolen bases (25). Frazier also placed himself on several Rutgers career record charts in just three seasons. He is the Scarlet Knights’ all-time leader in home runs (42) and runs scored (210), second in walks (138) and total bases (434), third in hits (241), slugging percentage (.625) and stolen bases (65), and fifth in runs batted in (152). Frazier, who played with the USA Baseball National Team in the summer of 2006 and starred on the Toms River East American Team that won the 1998 Little League World Series title, was named the unanimous BIG EAST Player of the Year in 2007. He finished the season ranked among the BIG EAST leaders in virtually every offensive category and was fourth in the nation in home runs (22), fourth in runs per game (1.38), eighth in walks per game (0.98) and 11th in home runs per game (0.35).

TYLER GEBLER

2010 Louisville Slugger Freshman Gebler broke the Rutgers single-season school record for saves with 12 in his first season “On the Banks.” He left second on the school’s career saves chart with 16. The closer posted a 1.74 earned run average and struck out 18 in 36.0 innings spanning a team-high 28 appearances. Gebler’s ERA in league contests was 1.80. The freshman did not surrender an earned run in 23 of his 28 appearances, including shutout performances in his first five appearances that included shutout innings against No. 4 Georgia Tech and No. 12 Miami. The freshman also posted shutout performances in his final six appearances of the season. Gebler appeared at least once in every series in his rookie season. He posted his first collegiate save to seal RU’s first win of the season against Purdue. Against FAU, he came in with a 2-0 lead and the bases loaded in the eighth and induced a fly out to get out of the jam and retired the side in order in the ninth to earn the save and help snap a 12-game losing streak to FAU. In an 8-7 win at Georgetown, he came in during the eighth inning and with the tying run on third with two outs and induced an inning-ending fly out and worked a 1-2-3 ninth for the save. In a 7-5 win at Georgetown, and came in midway through the eighth with the tying run at the plate and just one out and induced a ground ball to the shortstop with the bases loaded to get a fielder’s choice for the out and an inning-ending fly out to get out of the jam. He posted a scoreless ninth for the save. The freshman held Notre Dame hitless in 3.1 innings of shutout relief to help RU earn a come-from-behind win in the series finale. He picked up his 10th and 11th saves against eventual BIG EAST Champion St. John’s in the final regular-season series and notched his 12th save against Connecticut to preserve a one-run lead in the BIG EAST Championship.

PETE HALL

1961 AACBC Second Team 1962 AACBC Second Team

GLEN GARDNER

1986 ABCA/Baseball America Freshman 1987 Collegiate Baseball Third Team Gardner, who is in his 26th year on the RU staff, was one of the most outstanding outfielders in Rutgers history and one of a select group of Scarlet Knights to be chosen as two-time All-Americans. A 1986 Baseball America Freshman All-American, Gardner was second on the team in hitting that year with a .398 batting average while leading RU in hits (70), RBI (45), home runs (6), total bases (102), slugging percentage (.580) and on-base percentage (.470). In 1987, Gardner followed his impressive debut by collecting Collegiate Baseball All-America honors. Gardner led the team in hitting at .368 despite missing 13 games with a hand injury. He finished second on the team in HRs (8) and RBI (45). Gardner also earned his second-consecutive Atlantic 10 and NJ honors as well as being named to the NCAA East Region first-team.

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while starting in every game.

Hall is another Scarlet Knight to garner multiple All-America honors. In 1961, the third baseman from Bound Brook led the Scarlet Knights in hitting at .397, runs (21), hits (31), RBI (30) doubles (6), home runs (4), and made just five errors


ALL-AMERICANS MIKE HIGGINS

JOE LYNCH

1993 ABCA Third Team

The Scarlet Knights’ catcher battled Doug Alongi in almost every offensive category while captaining Rutgers during the 1993 season. He was second in hitting with a .370 average, drove in 56 runs, then a school record, tied Alongi for team honors with nine HRs and led the Scarlet Knights in doubles (20). His 39 walks and 20 doubles were both second on the all-time season record at that time.

PATRICK KIVLEHAN

2012 Baseball America Third Team

Winning the first league triple crown in BIG EAST history (.402, 10, 36), Kivlehan had one memorable season for the Rutgers baseball team. He played on the football team for four seasons prior to walking-on in the spring and becoming the most feared hitter in the conference. Kivlehan became the third player from RU to earn BIG EAST Player of the Year after hitting .392 with 14 home runs and 50 RBIs in his first season playing the sport since high school. “Patrick winning BIG EAST Player of the Year is just an amazing accomplishment as far as I’m concerned,” Fred Hill said. “Not having played baseball in four years and to do the things he did is a testament to his hard work. He was also a lifesaver for our team because one of our better players, Russ Hopkins, was injured the day before practice started and he picked up right where Russ left off. He’s got to be very proud of himself, the coaches certainly are proud of his accomplishment.” The third baseman took home four weekly league honors during the course of the season, including the BIG EAST Player of the Week on March 26 after collecting seven hits and reaching base safely in 12-of15 plate appearances against Seton Hall in the first conference series. During the season, Kivlehan recorded 24 multiple-hit games, including three contests with four knocks. He concluded the season having reached base safely in the last 27 games, adding 14 games with at least two RBIs. Additionally, he stole 24 bases in 28 attempts and was drafted in the fourth round by the Seattle Mariners.

JIM KOHL

1990 ABCA Third Team Relief ace extraordinaire, Jim Kohl was one of the keys to Rutgers’ run in the East Region, where it finished one game shy of the College World Series. Kohl finished with a perfect 8-0 record and three saves while appearing in 22 games and starting just two. Even more impressive may be his team low 1.85 ERA or the fact that he walked just eight batters in 39.0 innings. In the 1990 tournament, where Rutgers went 4-2, he recorded 8.2 innings of scoreless relief.

1986 ABCA Third Team

All East honors.

As a designated hitter, Lynch was third on the Scarlet Knights with a .364 average. He also smacked three HRs and drove in 30 runs. A captain in 1986, Lynch had 55 hits with 11 doubles and two triples. His .470 on base percentage tied for team honors as well. Lynch also collected All-District II, Atlantic 10 and

SCOTT MADISON

1996 ABCA Third Team

After missing all of 1995 due to elbow surgery, Madison returned to the mound and made an impact by beating some of America’s top teams on his way to an 8-3 record and a 2.33 ERA which was ranked 15th in the country. Madison earned first team All-BIG EAST honors and was the most dominant pitcher in the conference from the beginning of the season to the end. He finished 1996 with eight complete games and a school-record four shutouts. His 92.2 innings was the second-highest total in school history. Madison finished his career with a .722 (175) winning percentage which ranked eighth all time when he graduated. He owned the Rutgers record for shutouts in a season with four in 1996 at the time of his graduation and currently ranks second.

JAREN MATTHEWS

2008 Baseball America Second Team Freshman

2008 Collegiate Baseball Freshman

Jaren Matthews earned a pair of Freshman All-American honors in 2008. The rookie slugger, who was also named a Third Team All-BIG EAST selection by the league’s coaches, was one of two Scarlet Knights to start all 53 games in 2008. The freshman finished the season with a team-best 10 home runs and 54 RBI. He hit .294 overall with a team-best 63 hits, including 11 doubles and two triples. He also earned 21 walks and was successful in eight of his nine stolen base attempts. Matthews’ RBI total tied for seventh-most in the BIG EAST, while his home run total was tied for ninth-most in the conference through the regular season. During regular season league play, the Scarlet Knight tied for the BIG EAST lead with 30 RBI. He tied for second in the league with seven home runs and ranked 11th with a .570 slugging percentage during conference action. Matthews was second on the team in hitting with a .328 batting average, with six home runs, 28 RBI and 41 runs scored to earn All-BIG EAST Third Team honors for the second-straight season as a sophomore in 2009. Matthews hit .305 with 17 doubles and seven home runs as a junior in 2010.

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ALL-AMERICANS BILLY MCCARTHY

2001 NCBWA Second Team 2001 Collegiate Baseball Second Team 2001 ABCA Thrd Team Billy McCarthy, from Washington Township, N.J., transferred to Rutgers in 2000 after two highly-successful seasons at Radford University. The move “back home” proved to be a beneficial decision for both RU and McCarthy. The junior right fielder batted a team-high .421 (20th best in the country) and added seven home runs, 21 doubles, 56 runs, 11 stolen bases and a team-high 65 RBI while playing exceptional defense and providing an all-out hustling style of play. His .421 average led the BIG EAST Conference. A First Team All-BIG EAST pick, McCarthy earned All-Tournament honors after an outstanding showing in the NCAA Regional in Lincoln, NE. At season’s end, he was selected in the sixth round by the Atlanta Braves (195th overall) and signed a contract to play professionally for several years before retiring after the 2007 season.

JAMES MONAHAN

1952 AACBC First Team

The Scarlet Knights’ left fielder led the team with a .400 batting average, 26 hits and 17 stolen bases. He was second on the team in home runs with 2 and RBI with 18. Appearing in all 17 games, he made just three errors. He was also a member of the 1950 College World Series team.

STEVE NYISZTOR

2010 Louisville Slugger Freshman RU’s starting second baseman in 2010, Nyisztor appeared in all 56 games and started all but one contest. He led the Scarlet Knights with a .410 batting average, earning Second Team All-BIG EAST honors in his rookie season. His 94 hits tied for fourth-best on the Rutgers single-season hits chart. He drove in 51 runs and scored 52 from the No. 3 spot in the lineup. The freshman collected 24 extra-base hits, including 17 doubles, three triples and four home runs. He stole 11 bases on the year. The middle infielder was excellent defensively with just three errors in 278 chances. He helped turn 45 double plays and committed only three errors. Nyisztor, who was also named the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association Division I Rookie of the Year, led the BIG EAST with a .434 batting average in league games. He ranked fourth overall in the league in hitting and first among freshmen at the conclusion of the regular season. The true freshman owned a 26-game hitting streak during the regular season and hit safely in 36 of his last 38 contests. He collected a season-high five hits twice in his rookie season at FIU (5-for-7) in March and in the BIG EAST Tournament against Connecticut (5-for-6). The first-year Scarlet Knight recorded 27 multi-hit games and drove in three or more runs in a contest on seven different occasions.

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MIKE O’BRIEN

1997 Louisville Slugger Freshman A designated hitter/first baseman, Mike O’Brien was named to the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America team, as announced by Collegiate Baseball. O’Brien appeared in 38 games for the Scarlet Knights, starting 31. He batted .302 with 11 doubles, six home runs and 36 RBIs. His six home runs were the most by an RU freshman since Angel Echevarria hit nine in 1990. He hit a robust .348 against the BIG EAST and was named to the BIG EAST All-Rookie team.

HARDING PETERSON

1950 AACBC First-Team

Catcher Harding Peterson was the lone All-America choice from RU’s 1950 College World Series team. Known for his defensive ability, he made just two errors behind the dish in 27 games. He hit a respectable .276 while driving in 23 runs which tied for second on the team. His grandson, Sean Peterson, was a relief pitcher with the Scarlet Knights in 2009 and 2010.

WALTER (WALLY) PORTER

1953 AACBC Third Team

Catcher Wally Porter was selected to the All-East (NCAA District 2) first team and chosen by the American Association of College Baseball Coaches on its All-America Third Team following his junior season. He was chosen primarily for his defensive capabilities. No bases were stolen against Porter in the 1953 season. At the end of the 1954 academic year, Porter received the Donald Leslie Coursen Award as the school’s most outstanding senior athlete.


ALL-AMERICANS GABY ROSA

2014 Louisville Slugger Freshman Rosa stepped into the Scarlet Knights’ rotation in 2014 and proved to be one of the most productive pitchers on the staff. He appeared in 15 games while starting 11 and compiled a 6-3 record. The six wins were the most by a Rutgers freshman since 2006. Rosa posted a 2.91 earned run average and struck out 30 batters. Rosa led the American Athletic Conference in fly outs forced per game with 15.01. He was named to the 2014 Lousiville Slugger Freshman All-American Team at the end of the season. Rosa was also named the American Athletic Conferences Co-Rookie of the Year at the conference tournament.

JEFF TORBORG

PETE ZOCCOLILLO

1998 NCBWA Third-Team 1999 NCBWA Third-Team 1999 Rawlings/ABCA Second-Team Zoccolillo, one of three players to earn All-America honors in two-consecutive seasons, was named to the 1998 NCBWA Third Team, 1999 NCBWA Third Team and Rawlings/ABCA Second Team during his final two seasons. In 1998, Zoccolillo was the team’s top offensive threat, slugging a club record 12 home runs while knocking in 59 runs and batting .387. He followed up his outstanding 1998 season with a record-breaking 1999, setting 10 school records and two BIG EAST marks while leading Rutgers to back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances. He left the Rutgers baseball program as the all-time leader in eight offensive categories and the single-season leader in two others.

1963 AACBC First Team

A 1963 All-America choice, he set the school record for batting average (.537). His slugging percentage that year (1.032) is also a single-season standard. He led the 1963 Scarlet Knight team with 21 RBIs and six home runs. In his three-year career, Torborg batted .390 and set the career slugging percentage mark at .684. In his career, the Scarlet Knights were 40-13-1. Torborg went on to manage in the major leagues and is still found in the Rutgers record book today.

RAY VAN CLEEF

1951 AACBC First Team

Centerfielder Ray Van Cleef was chosen by the American Association of College Baseball Coaches following his senior season where he batted .378, scored 22 runs and smacked two triples - all teamhighs. He made just one error in center while playing in all 23 games. In 1950, Van Cleef paced the Scarlet Knights with a lofty .404 average, 44 hits, 15 extra-base hits, 35 runs and 18 stolen bases. He was a first-team District II choice and the MVP of National Baseball Tournament.

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RUTGERS HALL OF FAME JEFF TORBORG (1961-63)

GLEN GARDNER (1986-88)

Jeff Torborg was a 1963 All-American and set the school record for season batting average (.537) that year, which was the national leading average for 100 at bats and under. His .537 average was the highest ever recorded up to that time and since then, only a handful of college players have hit for a better average. His slugging percentage that year (1.032) is also a single-season standard. In 1963, he led the team with 21 RBI and six home runs. A draft choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, he played 10 seasons in the majors, seven with the Dodgers and three with the California Angels. He caught three no-hitters, a perfect game with Sandy Koufax and another no-hitter with Bill Singer of the Dodgers and Nolan Ryan of the Angels; and was the backstop in Don Drysdale’s record fifth straight shutout in 1968. He was a successful manager with the Chicago White Sox, the Cleveland Indians, the New York Mets, the Montreal Expos and the Florida Marlins, winning the Baseball Writer’s Association, Associated Press, United Press International and The Sporting News Manager of the Year award. He led the Marlins to the 2003 World Series title. In his three-year career from 1961-63, the Westfield, N.J. native batted .390. His number (#10) was retired in 1992. He is second in RU career slugging percentage with a mark of .684. During his career, the Knights were 15-4-1, 14-4 and 11-5 for a three-year mark of 40-13-1 (.741 winning percentage).

Gardner, one of the most prolific hitters in Rutgers baseball history, was elected after a stellar three-year career (1986-88), which saw him earn two All-America awards as well as collect a host of offensive records. Gardner, one of New Jersey’s top all-time athletes, came to Rutgers from Immaculata High School, where he was a First Team All-State choice in both football and baseball. Following his freshman season, Gardner was named Freshman All-America by Baseball America. He was drafted after his sophomore season by the San Diego Padres in the 13th round of the Major League Baseball Amateur draft. He chose to stay at Rutgers for his junior season and that year set nine single-season offensive records and earned All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball. He was a threetime Atlantic 10 choice and a three-time New Jersey College Baseball Association honoree. Following his junior season, Gardner was drafted by the Atlanta Braves and he began a professional career in that organization. He ended his career as the Rutgers all-time leader in six offensive categories and ranked in the top 10 in four others.

CLASS OF 1994

PETE HALL (1960-62) CLASS OF 1995

Hall is one of a select group of Scarlet Knights to twice earn All-American honors (1961 and 1962) in baseball. During his three letter-winning years (1960-62), the Scarlet Knights were 40-14-1. The former third baseman still holds eighth place on the career batting average chart (.384) and fourth place on the career slugging average chart (.612) in the Scarlet Knight record book. Hall was a 1961 draft pick of the New York Yankees. He was the Upstream Award winner in 1962. In 1961, he led the team in hitting (.397), runs (21), hits (31), RBI (30) and made just five errors while starting every game.

RAY VAN CLEEF (1949-51) CLASS OF 1996

Van Cleef was a two-time All-American, garnering first-team accolades from the American Association of College Baseball Coaches in 1950 and 1951. In the process, he became the first Eastern player to repeat as an All-American. A veteran of two NCAA Tournaments, he was the starting centerfielder on the 1950 Rutgers team which advanced to the College World Series. He batted .458 (11-24) in the series en route to MVP honors, while leading the Knights to a co-runner-up finish. Van Cleef batted .404 that season, his junior year, and followed it up with a .378 mark in 1951. He currently ranks third in career batting average at Rutgers. He set the Rutgers single season record for triples with seven in 1950 (mark is now second) and stands third in career triples with 13. Van Cleef is fifth in career slugging percentage with a .606 mark. The Knights were 50-21-2 his three varsity years. He also won three letters in basketball and one in soccer.

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CLASS OF 1997

HARDING PETERSON (1948-50) CLASS OF 1997

Peterson, the backstop for the 1950 Rutgers College World Series team, was a second-team All-America selection by the American Baseball Coaches Association and a first-team District II choice that year, as well. Known for his defensive ability, Peterson made just two errors in 27 games in 1950 while hitting .276 (27-98), with 21 runs, 23 RBIs (second on team), four doubles and two triples. His best season as a collegian was in 1948, when he hit for a .312 average (10-32) with seven RBIs and three doubles. In his three varsity seasons, Peterson led his teams to a combined 57-16-2 record, highlighted by a third-place finish in the 1950 College World Series. Following his career at Rutgers, Peterson signed as free agent with Pittsburgh Pirates in 1950 but had his career interrupted by Korean War service. Following the war, Peterson played four years with Pirates until a broken arm in a home plate collision hastened his retirement. A well-respected baseball man, Peterson spent over 30 years with the Pirates, including stints as a player (4 years), manager (9 years), farm director and scouting director. He was named VP for player personnel in 1976 and named executive VP in 1979 and is possibly best known for the trade of C Manny Sanguillen to the Oakland A’s for manager Chuck Tanner in 1976. His dealings helped bring the Pirates their World Series Championship in 1979. Peterson also spent two years with the Yankees and was a Co-General Manager in 1990 and two more years with San Diego as a scout.


RUTGERS HALL OF FAME ERIC YOUNG (1987-89)

JIM MONAHAN (1950-52)

Eric Young was a two-sport standout (football, baseball) at Rutgers, earning three letters in baseball (1987-89). Young batted over .300 in each of his three seasons, including a career-high .337 as a senior in 1989. During his career on the diamond, Young was a two-time Atlantic-10 All-Conference selection and led Rutgers to an Atlantic-10 Championship and NCAA berth in 1988. Young graduated from Rutgers as the career runs, triples and stolen base leader, setting a then single-season mark with 28 thefts in 1989. At the conclusion of his Rutgers career, Young was the recipient of the Coursen Award in 1989 and was selected by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1989 amateur draft. Young made his major league debut with the Colorado Rockies in 1993 and was selected to the 1995 All-Star game. A nine-year major league veteran with a .283 career average, Young played his last season with the San Diego Padres and the Texas Rangers in 2006. Since retiring as a player, Young has remained a part of the game as a lead analyst for ESPN’s Baseball Tonight, beginning with the 2007 season.

Jim Monahan was a key member of the 1950 Rutgers baseball team which advanced to the College World Series for the first and only time in school history. Monahan was among the offensive leaders in five categories in 1950, while his best season came in 1952. That year, Monahan earned First Team All-East and First Team All-America honors after hitting .400 with a team-high 17 stolen bases and 18 RBI, second-best on the team. Rutgers enjoyed a 41-19-1 record during his four seasons, including a 17-4-1 mark during that memorable 1950 campaign.

CLASS OF 1999

DARRIN WINSTON (1985-88) CLASS OF 2000

Darrin Winston received his nod in 2000. Winston was a four-year letterwinner at Rutgers from 1985-88, and concluded his career as one of Rutgers’ all-time winningest pitchers. A left-hander, Winston was a three-time team MVP, and led the Scarlet Knights to two berths in the NCAA Tournament, as well as the 1988 Atlantic 10 Championship. He was an all-region selection in 1988 after posting a 10-4 record with a 3.74 ERA, and was the MVP of the A-10 Tournament that year. At the time of his induction, Winston was the Rutgers leader in several statistical categories, including career wins (26), career innings pitched (278), career strikeouts (176), career complete-games (8), and single-season wins (10). Originally from Woodbridge, N.J., Winston was drafted by the Montreal Expos and later pitched in the major leagues for the Philadelphia Phillies. Winston passed away unexpectedly on August 15, 2008.

CLASS OF 2002

PETE ZOCCOLILLO (1996-99) CLASS OF 2004

In 2004, Pete Zoccolillo was enshrined in the Olympic Sports Hall of Fame. Zoccolillo held 10 career and single-season records when he left Rutgers, including career hits, RBI, home runs and total bases. A fouryear starter, he earned All-BIG EAST honors each year and was a twotime All-American, leading Rutgers to the 1998 BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament championship and NCAA Tournament berths in 1998 and 1999. As a senior in 1999, he set the school and BIG EAST single-season record with 72 RBI, while hitting .418. Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 1999, he made his Major League debut with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2003 and was a AAA All-Star in 2004 as a member of the Oklahoma City Red Hawks. He later signed free agent contracts with the St. Louis Cardinals and Colorado Rockies. He played for the Cardinals’ AAA affiliate Memphis Redbirds in 2005, hitting .261 with nine home runs and 34 RBI in 79 games. In 2006, he played for the Italian National team in the World Baseball Classic before retiring from professional baseball.

MATT BOLGER, HEAD COACH (1961-83) CLASS OF 2001

Matt Bolger spent 22 years as the head coach at Rutgers, compiling a record of 288-245-7 during his career. A 2001 Olympic Sports Hall of Fame Inductee, Bolger led Rutgers to three NCAA Tournaments in a five-year span from 1966-1970, and posted his best season in 1961, when the Scarlet Knights finished with a 15-4-1 record. A two-time Coach of the Year honoree by the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association, Bolger mentored several major league draft picks, including former first-round pick Jeff Torborg. A past President of the American Association of College Baseball Coaches, Bolger is a member of the AACBC Hall of Fame, as well as the Newark Hall of Fame and the St. Benedict’s Prep Hall of Fame. Bolger, who coached at Rutgers from 1961 through 1983, was the school’s all-time winningest coach in any sport at the time of his retirement.

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RUTGERS HALL OF FAME DARREN FENSTER (1997-00) CLASS OF 2007

A two-time All-American shortstop at Rutgers from (1997-2000), Fenster played six years professionally in the Kansas City Royals’ organization. The program leader in several offensive categories including career hits (315), single-season hits (101) and career doubles (65), Fenster was a four-year starter at shortstop. He is a part of three BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament championships, winning the 1998 and 2000 titles as a player and achieving the feat again in 2007 as a member of the staff. Fenster is also a part of four appearances in the NCAA Tournament, including three as a player. As a senior in 2000, Fenster was a consensus First-Team All-American, hitting .433 while playing near-flawless defense. That season, Rutgers posted its first-ever 40-win season, was ranked as high as No. 12 nationally and served as the top seed and host of the NCAA Regional at Upper Montclair, N.J. The 2000 BIG EAST Player of the Year, NCBWA District II Player of the Year, and captain and MVP of a team that would feature three future Major Leaguers, he was also one of 10 finalists for the prestigious Dick Howser Trophy, presented annually to the nation’s top collegiate player. He was also a three-time All-BIG EAST selection. Drafted in the 12th round by the Kansas City Royals following his All-American season in 2000, Fenster advanced to the AA level in the Royals system and was a Carolina League All-Star in both 2002 and 2004, as a member of the Wilmington Blue Rocks. Following a breakout season in 2004 where he hit a career-best .302 between A-Wilmington and AA-Wichita, Fenster was a non-roster invitee to the Royals spring training camp in 2005, where he suffered a career-ending ACL injury while playing third base in a spring training game with the Major League club. He re-joined the Rutgers program in April of 2006, serving as the Director of Baseball Operations for three seasons before being elevated to an assistant coach position prior to the 2009 season.

BOBBY BROWNLIE (2000-02) CLASS OF 2013

A consensus All-American during his career at Rutgers from 2000-02, Brownlie was one of the top pitchers to ever wear a Scarlet Knight uniform. He is painted throughout the RU record books, having owned the school record for career strikeouts (235), career shutouts (7), single-season wins (10 in 2000), single-season complete games (8 in 2000) and single-season shutouts (4 in 2000). Brownlie finished his RU career ranked second in career complete games (20) and third in career wins (22), single-season starts (15 in 2000), single-season innings pitched (102.1 in 2000) and career innings pitched (265.1). In Brownlie’s three years at Rutgers, the Scarlet Knights posted a 116-57-1 record, advancing to the NCAA Championships twice and capturing the BIG EAST regular season and tournament titles in 2000. The right-handed pitcher posted a 22-10 record on the mound. Brownlie joined the Scarlet Knights in the fall of 1999 from nearby Edison High School, where he was a First Team All-State selection and NJ Pitcher of the Year as a senior. After being selected by the Colorado Rockies in the 26th round of the 1999 draft, Brownlie opted for Rutgers and earned BIG EAST Rookie of the Year and Third Team All-America honors after posting a 10-1 record as a freshman in 2000. As the team’s top starter, Brownlie was the MVP of the 2000 BIG EAST Tournament, hurling a nine-inning shutout to propel Rutgers to a 1-0 win over Seton Hall in the championship game. He posted a perfect 7-0 mark in BIG EAST play as a freshman en route to All-American accolades by Baseball America, Louisville Slugger and Collegiate Baseball. Brownlie fired eight complete games and recorded an earned run average of 2.55 during his first season “On the Banks” – the

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fourth-lowest among all freshmen in the nation. He was on the mound when Rutgers clinched the 2000 BIG EAST Regular season title. Prior to the 2002 season, Brownlie was featured on the cover of the Baseball America’s college preview issue and named the Louisville Slugger Preseason Player of the Year. Brownlie was selected by the Chicago Cubs with the 21st overall pick of the 2002 Major League Baseball Draft and decided to forego his final season of eligibility to begin his professional career. He spent seven seasons in Major League Baseball as a member of the Chicago Cubs, Cleveland Indians, Washington Nationals and Atlanta Braves organizations, reaching the AAA level with the Cubs, Nationals and Braves. He was a AA All-Star selection with the Washington Nationals in 2008.

CHARLES B. GARRETT, SR. (1928-1930) CLASS OF 2014

The late Charles Bert Garrett Sr. was a pitcher on the Rutgers baseball team from 1928-1930. Garrett ranks sixth on the all-time Rutgers list for strikeouts with 166. He also ranks third amongst Scarlet Knight pitchers for career complete games with 17, and is tied for fourth all-time for single season complete games with seven pitched in 1928, when Garrett ran the table to a 9-0 undefeated season, including a victory over Holy Cross, the top team in the nation. Garrett is tied for fourth in both single-season wins (nine) and single-season strikeouts (73) during his 1928 campaign. He held seven single season or career records for over 55 years, and is still in the top 10 in those categories 84 years later. Although Baseball did not name All-Americans when Garrett played, he was part of the “best battery in the U.S.,” which would have earned All-America recognition today. Garrett played football for two seasons before dedicating himself to baseball, and he joins his brother Alfred T. Garrett as only the second pair of known siblings in the Rutgers Athletics Hall of Fame.


RUTGERS HALL OF FAME FRED HILL, HEAD COACH (1984-2014) CLASS OF 2015

A member of the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Hall of Fame, Fred Hill earned 1,089 career victories at the collegiate level over 37 years, including 941 in 30 seasons leading the Scarlet Knights. Hill retired from Rutgers ranked 32nd in college baseball history in wins, having earned his 1,000th career victory April 17, 2010 against USF in front of a record crowd of 1,124 fans at Bainton Field. Overall, Hill led RU to 11 NCAA Regional appearances, 12 regular season conference championships and eight conference tournament titles during his tenure in Piscataway. Rebuilding the team into a northeast baseball power, he won eight straight Atlantic 10 regular season titles starting in 1986 to advance RU to the NCAA Tournament five times in that stretch. Hill continued that success after the program moved to the Big East and became the second-winningest coach in conference history, with 267 victories in the league over 19 seasons. His first championship in the Big East came in 1998 as he earned Coach of the Year honors and won both the regular season and tournament title. That started a stretch of five NCAA berths in six years that included hosting an NCAA Regional in 2000, a rarity for a northeast school. The 2007 team was among the best for Hill, as it tied the school record with 42 wins and won both the Big East regular season and tournament titles. Named ABCA East Region Coach of the Year, the Scarlet Knights earned the No. 2 seed in the Charlottesville Regional. A school-record six players off that team were selected in the ensuing MLB Draft. During his career, Hill sent over 70 players to professional baseball - with Todd Frazier and David DeJesus both currently in the major leagues - and developed 20 All-America selections. His No. 24 was retired at Bainton Field May 10, 2014 after officially retiring in February of that season.

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1950 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES

Standing (L-R): Ted McDonough, Charlie Ruddock, Jim Clark, Allen Willenbrock, George Ruddy, Tom Foster, Hardy Peterson, Hal Tindall, George Kaye, Bob Suba, Tex Maskelevich, Herm Hering, George Case Squatting (L-R): Don Biehn, Jim Monahan, Dudley Eppel, Julie Lebott, Ray Van Cleef, Alan Stull, Steve Kalapos

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RUTGERS 1950 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES GAME-BY-GAME RECAP

he Scarlet Knights opened play on Thursday, June 15 in the opening game of the tournament against defending national champion Texas (22-5)... Texas took a 2-0 lead in the second on Frank Womack’s two-run homer, and Murray Wall pitched six shutout innings before giving up a run in the seventh... Trailing 2-1, Rutgers rallied to take the lead in the eighth, scoring three runs off Wall on three walks, two singles and an error... Wall walked home a run, and Rutgers first baseman Bob Suba stole home for another... Suba finished the game with three stolen bases, as Rutgers set a College World Series record with a total of seven for the game... Herman Hering steadied after giving up the early home run, and although he walked seven and struck out only one, he also allowed only three hits in going the distance for the win... Ray Van Cleef paced the attack, going three for four, as Rutgers won, 4-2.

Saturday, June 17, Rutgers faced Wisconsin in a second-round winner’s bracket matchup before only 955 fans in steady drizzle... Tom Forster pitched a complete-game six-hitter, and Van Cleef went four-for-five with a double and a run scored to pace the Scarlet 5-3 win, and a 2-and-0 record in the tournament.. On Monday, June 19, Rutgers met Washington State in the winner’s bracket final... The game was a terrific pitcher’s duel between Al Willenbrock for Rutgers and Rod Keogh for the Cougars... Willenbrock gave up an early home run to Ted Tappe of the Cougars, but the Scarlet tied it in the fourth on a triple by Jim Monahan and an infield out... That would prove to be the only hit off Keogh, but he walked eight and was frequently in trouble... In the seventh, Rutgers loaded the bases, with Willenbrock up... without warning, (Rutgers later said it was not a called play), the runner on third tried to steal home and was tagged out... As he broke, the runner on second started toward third, then hesitated, and was eventually run down and tagged out to complete an unusual double play, killing the potential rally... In the top of the ninth, Washington State loaded the

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bases with no outs... Don Paul grounded sharply to third baseman Steve Kalapos, who threw home for the force there... catcher Hardy Peterson then threw to first to double Paul, and Suba, the first baseman, then spotted Gordon Brunswick, the runner at second, trying to make a surprise dash to home... Suba threw back to Peterson, who tagged Brunswick to complete the triple play... It was the second of three triple plays in the CWS... In the top of the 10th, Washington State finally broke through on an outfield error, hit batter and a two-run double by Terry Carroll to take a 3-1 lead, and Keogh completed his one hitter by retiring the side in the bottom of the 10th... Washington State improved to 3-0, and Rutgers fell to 2-1... Van Cleef, after going seven-for-nine in the first two games was held to 0-for-5... On Wednesday, June 21, Rutgers came back from its one-hit outing to blow out Wisconsin 16-2...The Scarlet collected 11 hits, including two apiece by four different players, and the Badgers unraveled, committing seven errors... (Van Cleef was 1-for-6)... Herman Hering turned in his second complete game win of the tournament, scattering eight hits, and also contributed a triple and a single to the 11-hit attack... Wisconsin was eliminated at 2-2, and Rutgers joined Texas and Washington State at 3-1 (Texas had beaten the Cougars, 12-1, on Tuesday). Washington State drew the bye into the championship game, and Rutgers faced Texas for the second time, on Thursday, June 22.. The Scarlet went with second-round winner Tom Foster, but Texas knocked him out early, scoring three in the second, and five in the fourth on their way to a 15-9 win... Charlie Gorin went the distance for Texas, despite allowing 12 hits and nine runs, as the Longhorns out-hit Rutgers, 15-12...Texas went on to win the title over Washington State the next night, 3-0, while Rutgers finished third at 3-2... finishing the season at 17-4-1...Van Cleef was 2-for-4 in the final game to finish the CWS at .417 on 10-for-24, and was named the Most Outstanding Player.


RUTGERS IN THE PROS Year 1950 1956 1961 1963 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1977 1980 1984 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Player Drafted/Signed By Harding Peterson Pittsburgh Pirates John Brugler New York Giants Pete Hall New York Yankees Jim Wakeling Cincinnati Reds Jeff Torborg Los Angeles Dodgers Bud White (Rd 1, #8) Baltimore Orioles Bob Dickman (Rd 12, #223) Houston Astros Robert Kenney (Rd 38, #708) San Francisco Giants Edgar Ott (Rd 49, #884) Los Angeles Dodgers Robert Young (Rd 33, #768) Cincinnati Reds Doug Brittelle (Rd 2, #43) Detroit Tigers Mickey White (Rd 25, #578) Philadelphia Phillies Karl Anderson (Rd 3, #78) Seattle Mariners Gary Marinowski (Rd 24, #609) Houston Astros Mark German (Rd 22, #552) Cincinnati Reds Bob MacDonald (Rd 19, #491) Toronto Blue Jays Sam Ferretti (Rd 26, #671) Cleveland Indians Scott Trochim (Rd 53, #1202) Cincinnati Reds Gary Resetar (Rd 17, #441) Minnesota Twins Darrin Winston (Rd 18, #446) Montreal Expos Paul Johnson (Rd 21, #546) New York Mets Glen Gardner (Rd 59, #1360) Atlanta Braves Kevin Kerekes Pittsburgh Pirates Lee DeLoach (Rd 13, #344) Los Angeles Dodgers Kevin Conover (Rd 25, #641) Chicago White Sox Eric Young (Rd 43, #1123) Los Angeles Dodgers Ted Ciesla (Rd 13, #355) Montreal Expos Darrin Kotch (Rd 27, #725) Montreal Expos Bob Fazekas (Rd 38, #1001) Detroit Tigers Sean Ryan (Rd 38, #1002) Philadelphia Phillies Jason Imperial (Rd 38, #988) Milwaukee Brewers Jim Kohl (Rd 46, #1188) Minnesota Twins Angel Echevarria (Rd 17, #487) Colorado Rockies Mike Higgins (Rd 22, #632) Colorado Rockies Doug Alongi (Rd 33, #922) Chicago Cubs Phil Schneider (Rd 49, #1365) Colorado Rockies Chris Cochrane (Rd 14, #373) Oakland A’s Bill Malloy (Rd 6, #162) San Francisco Giants Scott Madison (Rd 12, #364) Tampa Bay Devil Rays Rich Saitta (Rd 30, #898) Los Angeles Dodgers Juan Pacheco (Rd 22, #675) Baltimore Orioles Mike Mundy (Rd 24, #720) Colorado Rockies Dave Marciniak (Rd 28, #829) Minnesota Twins Adam Neubart (Rd 43, #1300) Arizona Diamondbacks Chris Dorsett Chicago Cubs Keith Connolly San Francisco Giants Pete Zoccolillo (Rd 23, #710) Chicago Cubs David DeJesus (Rd 4, #104) Kansas City Royals Darren Fenster (Rd 12, #344) Kansas City Royals Jake Daubert (Rd 15, #446) Seattle Mariners Joe B. Cirone (Rd 30, #900) Oakland Athletics Mike O’Brien Detroit Tigers

Year 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2010 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

Player Drafted/Signed By Billy McCarthy (Rd 6, #195) Atlanta Braves Buddy Gallagher (Rd 18, #544) Colorado Rockies Eric Brown Chicago Cubs Bobby Brownlie (Rd 1, #21) Chicago Cubs Val Majewski (Rd 3, #76) Baltimore Orioles Jason Bergmann (Rd 11, #317) Montreal Expos Tim Sweeney (Rd 20, #587) Montreal Expos Tom Crohan Florida Marlins Tom Wheeler St. Paul Saints Ryan Molchan Johnstown Johnnies Vinny Esposito (Rd 22, #650) Toronto Blue Jays Daniel McKenna (Rd 27, #789) Milwaukee Brewers Alberto Vasquez NJ Jackals/St. Paul Saints Jeff Frazier (Rd 3, #73) Detroit Tigers Jack Egbert (Rd 13, #389) Chicago White Sox Nick Cerulo (Rd 26, #775) St. Louis Cardinals Graig Badger Toronto Blue Jays Shaun Parker New York Yankees Johnny Defendis (Rd 20, #880) Chicago Cubs Jeff Grose Kalamazoo Kings Todd Frazier (Rd 1, #34) Cincinnati Reds Ryan Hill (Rd 15, #477) San Diego Padres Dave Williams (Rd 15, #484) New York Yankees Frank Meade (Rd 24, #739) Cincinnati Reds Mike Bionde (Rd 36, #1081) Kansas City Royals Tom Edwards (Rd 28, #836) Baltimore Orioles Vic Cegles Washington Nationals Pat Biserta (Rd 24, #739) St. Louis Cardinals Jaren Matthews (Rd 32, #967) Cincinnati Reds Jayson Hernandez (Rd 41, #1253) Boston Red Sox Casey Gaynor Cleveland Indians Patrick Kivlehan (Rd 4, #131) Seattle Mariners Ryan Fasano Milwaukee Brewers Michael Lang Arizona Diamondbacks Rob Smorol Boston Red Sox Charlie Law Rockland Boulders Nathaniel Roe Rockland Boulders Brian O’Grady (Rd 8, #245) Cincinnati Reds Steve Nyisztor Arizona Diamondbacks Mark McCoy (Rd 29, #879) Kansas City Royals Vinny Zarrillo Somerset Patriots Howie Brey (Rd 31, #937) Houston Astros R.J. Devish Eastside Diamond Hoppers

- indicates reached Major League Baseball during career

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LETTERWINNERS -A-

Abbatello, Vincent, 1951 Acampora, Bobby, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Acken, R.G., 1913, 14 Ackerman, Matt , 2012 Ackerman, Roger, 1958 Adrain, Robert, 1971, 72 Albanese, Alan P., 1979 Albe, Paul M., 1972 Albert, John, 1975, 76, 77 Alongi, Douglas, 1991, 92, 93 Ammerman, Lee, 1958 Amrhein, John G., 1968, 69 Anderson, David, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Anderson, D.J., 2008, 09, 10, 11 Anderson, Jeff, 2015 Anderson, Karl A., 1975, 76, 77 Anderson, Wiliam A., 1967 Andrea, M.T., 1909, 10, 11 Anger, Scott, 1978, 79 Angyal, Joe, 1944 Antalek, Michael P., 1970, 71 Apgar, Edward G., 1952 Applegate, Robert, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Aquino, Sal, 1994, 95, 96 Armour, Leslie, 1959 Armstrong, Robert, 1931, 32 Arthur, John S., 1953 Astley, Frederick B., 1931 Atchison, Sean, 2001, 02, 03 Atwood, Donner, 1944 Ayers, Seth, 1994 Azarita, Frank, 1958

-B-

Badger, Graig, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Baehr, George A., 1932, 33 Baio, Salvatore, 2005 Baione, Joseph, 2005, 06 Baker, A.K., 1980 Baker, C.N., 1917, 18, 19, 20 Baker, J.L., 1907 Baker, James C., 1967, 68 Balducc, Joseph, 1986 Ballou, Robert, 1944 Baltz, Robert E., 1965 Barbarisi, Louis, 1989 Barckley, Mike, 1989, 92, 93 Barnewell Jr., John J., 1942 Basarab, Michael, 1957, 58, 59 Batchelder, W.W., 1983, 84, 85 Bauer, David, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Baxter, Bob, 1995, 96, 97 Baxter, Kevin, 2014, 15, 16 Bayard, Greg, 2009 Bayles, T. Bevier, 1932 Beard, Ryan, 2008, 09 Beard, Willie, 2009, 10, 11, 12 Becker, N.G., 1916 Bedford, E., 1987 Beekman, John H., 1923, 24, 25 Beirne, Alice M., 1981, 82 Belding, Edward R., 1963, 64 Belko, Ed, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Bell, John, 1999, 2000 Bell, W.J., 1911 Bender, David T., 1923 Bender, Cuno, 1935, 36, 37

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Benjamin, Robert F., 1974 Benson, C.B., 1987 Benzoni, Edward W., 1923 Berg, H.C., 1915, 16, 17 Bergamesca, Ronald, 1954, 55, 56 Bergman, Howard, 1989 Bergmann, Jason, 2000, 01, 02 Beringhouse, Benjamin, 1921, 22 Berkowitz, Robert G., 1974, 76 Betteridge, Dan, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Bevan, Clement, 1946 Biehn, Donald L., 1950 Bilgrav, Robert P., 1943 Bills, Scott A., 1978, 79, 80 Bionde, Mike, 2003, 04, 06, 07 Bischoff, Joe, 1994 Biserta, Pat, 2008, 09, 10 Bishop, Joseph, 1989, 90 Bishop, John, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Blake, Richard, 1959, 60 Blight, Joseph, 1941, 42 Bliss, LeRoy B., 1928 Bliss, Louis G., 1927, 29 Blum, Kevin, 2016 Bobrowski, Charles, 1937, 38 Boettcher, Richard C., 1927, 28, 29 Bogus, David, 1990 Bohnert, Colin, 2014, 15, 16 Boller, E.O., 1911, 12 Bolsterle, G.S., 1907 Bomersbach, Peter, 1988, 89 Boocock, W.H., 1983, 84, 85, 87 Boris, Paul S., 1975, 76, 77 Bowen, W.C., 1909, 10, 11 Bowerbank, Luke, 2016 Bowman Harry B., 1923, 24, 25 Box, Merle, 1946, 47, 48 Boydell, Craig, 1964 Boykin, Brandon, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Bradley, Kyle, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Bradley, Ryan, 2005, 06 Brady, Alfred, 1944 Brangenburg Jr., John, 1953, 55 Brassem, Dan, 1996, 97, 98 Breckley, Joseph, 1918 Brehne, Lawrence, 1949 Brenhiser, Craig, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Brett, P.M., 1989, 90, 91 Brey, Howie, 2013, 14, 15, 16 Bright, Robert, 1957 Brignola, Marc A., 1979, 80 Brito, Serafino, 2016 Brittelle, Douglas J., 1967, 68, 69 Brock, Frank A., 1939, 40, 41 Brodie, William T., 1943 Brower, Herbert G., 1920 Brown, Charles L., 1964 Brown, Eric, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Brown, F.S., 1903, 04 Browning, D.B., 1914, 15, 16 Browning, H., 1976, 77 Brownlie, Bobby, 2000, 01, 02 Bruce, M.L., 1983, 84 Brucker, John, 2013 Brudnick, James H., 1968, 69 Brugler, John P., 1955, 56 Brumaghim, LeRoy, 1972, 73 Brumskill, Eric, 1984

Brunelle, Robert, 1964, 65 Bukovinsky, John M., 1968, 69,70 Burke, David J., 1932, 33, 34 Burkholder, Scott, 1997, 98 Burns, Frank, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Burrows, W.F., 1899 Butcher, Howard E., 1923, 24, 25 Byrd, Arnold, 1959, 60, 61 Byrnes, Brian M., 1970, 71, 72

-C-

Caffrey, Dave, 2002, 04 Calabrese, Michael, 1959, 60, 61 Calisit, Louis, 1944 Callahan, Donny, 2004, 05, 06, 07, 08 Calts, Richard, 1934 Campbell, Christian, 2014, 15, 16 Campbell, Peter, 1939, 40 Campbell, Sean, 2009, 10, 11 Cann, James, 1989, 90, 91 Cantini, Ernest C., 1923, 24, 25 Canuso, Rich, 2001, 02, 03, 04, 05 Capasso, Michael A., 1981, 82 Carlson, George, 1958, 59, 60 Carter, Mike, 2014, 15, 16 Casaleggio, Eugene, 1986, 87, 89 Cathers, Carl R., 1951, 52 Cavano, Herbert E., 1972, 73, 74 Cavicchia, Joseph J., 1970 Cegles, Vic, 2004, 05, 06, 07, 08 Cerefice, Donald N., 1963, 64, 65 Cerone, James D., 1951, 52, 53 Cerulo, Nick, 2001, 02, 03, 04 Chamberlain, William I., 1981, 82 Chamberlain, J.C., 1980, 81, 82 Chapman, Fred W., 1946, 47 Chatten, Frank L., 1926 Checchetto, Chris, 1994, 95, 97 Cherrie, Stanley F., 1963 Cherry, Deron, 1980 Cherry, Duane, 1980 Chingery, George, 1957 Chizmadia, Albert, 1933, 35 Chmielewski, Jerry, 1988 Ciccone Jr., Nicholas, 1974 Ciemniecki, Brian, 1998, 99, 2000 Ciesla, Ted, 1988, 89, 90 Cirone, Joe B., 1997, 99, 2000 Clark, Eversden L. (Mgr), 1925 Clark, James S., 1950, 51 Clawson, Robert P., 1961, 62, 63 Clemente, Lou, 2013, 14 Clements, Thomas E., 1927 Clemens, Thomas, 1871 Clifford, Roderick, 1974 Cobb, Ralph S., 1951, 52 Cochrane, Chris, 1992, 93, 94 Coe, Grover, 1938, 39 Columpar, Charles P., 1960, 61, 62 Compton, Oliver, 1939, 1941 Compton, Oliver K., 1970 Conger, F.W., 1899, 1901, 02 Conners, Harold R., 1942, 43 Connolly, Keith, 1994, 95, 97, 98 Conover, H.H., 1899, 1900 Conover, Kevin, 1987, 88, 89 Conover, Kirk W., 1975, 76 Conrad, John, 1990

Contant, John M., 1926 Compton, Oliver, 1939 Cook, R., 1876, 77, 78, 79 Cooke, Leonard, 1939, 40 Cooper, H.C., 1908, 09 Corbin, R.B., 1895, 97 Cordero, Rick, 1986 Corneille, James E., 1966, 67 Cornish, G.D., 1893 Corsi, Rob, 2011, 12, 13 Cortazzo, Steven, 1957, 58, 59 Cosenzo, Vincent, 2013 Costello Ross, 2012, 13 Cox, F., 1894, 96 Cramer, W., 1879 Crohan, Tom, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Crowell, Whiney (Mgr), 1949 Cuny, Robert D., 1967, 68, 69 Curley, Lee W., 1961, 62 Czarnota, Steven W., 1971, 72, 73

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Dammeyer, Chris, 1947, 48, 49, 50 Dangler, Weston L., 1942 Dangremond, 1902 Danylchuk, Michael F., 1970, 71 Danell, Keith, 1974, 75, 76, 77 Daubert, Jake, 1998, 99, 2000 Davidowitz, Steve L., 1962 Day, Osborne, 1940, 41, 42 D’Annunzio, Joe, 2011, 12, 14, 15 D’Emperio, Joseph, 1944 DeBaum, R.W., 1910, 11 Debes, Mark, 1976 DeChristofano, OJ, 2003, 04, 05, 06, 07 Decker, F., 1898 Deddy, Joseph E., 1971, 72 DeFebbo, Donald A. (Mgr), 1956 DeFendis, Johnny, 2003, 04, 05 DeFosse, Mike, 1993, 94 DeJesus, David, 1998, 99, 2000 Delaney, Kevin, 2014 Delehanty, Brian, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Dell, Curtis, 1944 Della Rosa, Michael R., 1967 Deller, George L., 1968, 69, 70 Demarest, W.H., 1880, 81 DeMarrais, Doug, 2015 Demett Jr., J., 1891 DeMott, H., 1891, 93, 94 DeMucchio, Michael J., 1927, 28, 29 Denardo, Jack D., 1951 Dengler, Andrew, 1992, 93, 94 Dengler, Merritt, 1939 Denise, Dred., 1878 Denn, Alan J., 1921, 24, 26 Dennis, C.E., 1910, 11, 12, 13 DePolo, Steven, 1991, 92, 93 Derham, Gregory W., 1970, 71 Deshler, George R., 1891, 92 Deshler, C., 1882, 84 Deshler, D., 1882 Deutsch, Adam, 1991, 92 Devine, Frank, 1943, 46 Devish, R.J., 2013, 14, 15, 16 DeWitt, John, 1883, 84, 85, 87, 90 DeWitt, T.F., 1882 Dial, Erik, 2003, 04


LETTERWINNERS DiChiara, Vincent, 1994 Dickman, Robert J., 1965, 66 Dinger, Carl W., 1943, 44 Donahue, L.A., 1881, 82, 84 Dondero, Francis, 1944 Donnelly, Brian, 1992, 93 Donofrio, Douglas, 1984, 85 Donovan, John J., 1966 Dorin, Elliot, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Dornan, Robert E., 1921, 22 Dorsett, Chris, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Dotto, Eugene, 1931 Douglas, Patrick, 1982, 84 Downey, Jason, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09 Downs, Philip, 1944 Dreswick, Stanly, 1938 Driscoll, Kyle, 2014, 15, 16 Drucker, Harold I. (Mgr), 1943 Duffy, Paul J., 1920, 21, 22 Dugan, E.F., 1901, 02 Duncan, Rodney, 1971, 72, 73 Dunlop, Archie W., 1932, 33 Dunphy, Jim, 1988 Durand, Edwin M., 1917, 20, 21, 22 Durand Jr., F., 1915, 16, 17 Durand, James B., 1920 Dwulet, Leon J., 1939, 40, 41 Dyrek, Stanley, 1976 Dzierzgowski, Scott, 1991

Feliz, Luis, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Fendrihc, C.N., 1934 Fenster, Darren, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Fenn, William B., 1973, 74 Ferretti, Sam, 1985, 86, 87 Fisher, D.J., 1906, 07, 08 Fisher, Rob. F., 1873, 74, 75, 76, 77 Fisher, W.A., 1900, 01, 02, 03 Fitz-Gerald, A.B., 1897 Fleming, Craig, 1993, 94, 95 Fleming, Ryan, 2014, 15, 16 Flitcraft, Mildreth M., 1942 Fynn, Joseph J., 1974, 75 Flynn, William E., 1921 Folinusz, Chris, 2014, 15 Food, G.B., 1903, 04, 05 Foster, Thomas M., 1950, 51, 52 Fox, Adin B., 1926, 27, 28 Francis, E.A., 1891 Frank, Leonard, 1933, 35 Frazier, Jeff, 2002, 03, 04 Frazier, Todd, 2005, 06, 07 Freeman, Robert, 1940 Freeman, Milo, 2015, 16 Freeman, William, 1938, 40 French, W. Edward, 1920 Frey, Gene B., 1963, 64, 65 Frezza, Joseph C., 1968, 69, 70 Fuller, P.J., 1871, 72

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Eastman, William P., 1953, 54, 55 Eaton, Bill, E., 1962, 63, 64 Echevarria, Angel, 1990, 91, 92 Edgar, D.R., 1900, 01, 02, 03 Edwards, Tom, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Egbert, Jack, 2002, 03, 04 Egge, Barry S., 1977, 78, 79, 80 Egge, Gary, 1964, 65, 66 Eiker, Kenneth, 1956 Eisenmann, Samuel B., 1926, 28 Elefante, Gray, 1982, 83, 84 Ellis, John M., 1923 Elmendorf, T.L., 1915 Elsing, Jerry, 2010, 11, 12, 13 Elssesser, Alfred M., 1923, 24 Elting, H., 1885, 87, 88, 89, 90 Engle, William J. (Mgr), 1953 Enyard, I.N., 1893, 94, 95 Eppel, Duley A., 1950 Esposito, Joe, 2011 Esposito, Vinny, 2000, 02, 03

-F-

Fallon, Edward, 1946 Farley, P.J., 1916 Farley, Robert, 1958 Fasano, Ryan, 2011, 12 Faussett, W.W., 1907 Favatella, Nick, 2011, 12, 13, 14 Fay, Robert C. (Mgr), 1961, 62, 64 Fazekas, David, 1993, 94, 95 Fazekas, Roebrt, 1987, 89, 90 Fazekas, Robert E., 1960, 61 Federico, Richard, 1978, 79, 80, 81 Feeney, Sean, 2014 Feigus, Jay, 1984, 85 Feldman, Joseph, 1952, 53, 54, 55

Gaeta, Nick, 2009 Gallagher, Buddy, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Gallucci, Paul, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Gandolfo, John P., 1979, 80, 81, 82 Gargan, Thomas, 1919 Gardner, Glen, 1986, 87, 88 Garlick, Brett, 2007, 08 Garrett, C. Bertram, 1928, 29, 30 Garrick, Daniel E., 1965, 66 Gatyas, William, 1954, 55, 56 Gauthier, Paul, 1982, 83 Gaynor, Casey, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Gaynor, Colin, 2003, 04, 05 Gebler, Tyler, 2010, 11, 12, 13 Gelman, George, 1944 Geltner, 1885 George, W.R., 1878 Geraghty, Gary, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Gerckens, John, 1989, 90, 91 Germann, Mark, 1981, 82, 83, 84 Giallella, Brian, 1993, 94 Gianinni, Matt, 2006, 07, 08, 10 Gillam, L.G., 1914, 15 Gillmore, E.D., 1871 Girard, Roland T., 1936 Gladding, A.L., 1909, 10, 11, 12 Glenn, Jeffrey M., 1976 Glowacki, Alfred, 1946 Gluck, Noel, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Goin, Jon, 1958, 59 Going, Frank, 1954, 55, 56, 57 Goldberger, Robert S., 1944 Goldfisher, Jerome D. (Mgr), 1951 Gordinier, Karl D., 1927 Gorman, John R., 1978, 79, 80 Gossard, Jon, 2005, 06, 07, 08 Gould, Robert A. (Mgr), 1943

Gotthardt, Raymond C., 1932 Gowen, I.W., 1878, 79 Gravatt, Richard A., 1951 Gray, Henry O., 1925 Gray, W.G., 1917 Greco, Mike, 1986, 87, 88, 89 Green, C.W., 1907, 08, 09, 10 Green, H.E., 1903, 04, 06 Greenstein, Josh, 2003 Griffiths, Edward, 1959, 60, 61 Grose, Jeff, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Grossman, Jack, 1930, 31 Grossman, Morris, 1934, 36 Grover, Jason, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Grundhauser, Ed, 1981, 82, 83 Grundhauser, Tony, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Gruninger, Frederick E., 1952, 53 Grusky, Gerald, 1956 Gsell, Donald A., 1952 Gussis, Christopher, 51, 52, 53 Gwinn, Vinton, 1954, 55, 56

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Haas, Bruce, 1969 Haberman, Michael, 1987, 88, 89 Haines, Clifford C., 1960 Halasnix, Stephen, 1984 Hall, J. Newton, 1933, 34 Hall, Peter W., 1960, 61, 62 Harker, M.L., 1915 Harkins, J.A., 1881, 82 Harris, Jawuan, 2016 Harrison, C.W., 1885 Hart, F.M., 1898, 99, 1900, 01 Hart, Michael J., 1968 Harter, A. Glenn, 1933 Hasty, Sam, 2011, 12, 13 Haver, Richard Y., 1950, 51 Hawken, Brett, 1996, 97, 98, 99 Hayes, Robert L., 1979 Hazel, Homer H., 1924, 25 Healing, Steve, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Heenan, Francis, 1932, 34 Heider, C., 1906 Heir, Donald (Mgr), 1948, 49 Helman, Jeffrey, 1975, 76, 77, 78 Helman, Michael D., 1975, 76, 77 Hemerda Jr., Louis, 1934, 35 Henderson, Richard A., 1965, 66 Henderson, Robert, 1959 Hendricks, Carlos, 1979 Hendricks, Darryl, 1981, 82, 83 Hendrickson, Hendrick A., 1873 Hepburn, Joseph H., 1934 Hering, Dale, 2008 Herma, Edward, 1932, 33 Hermann, Jim, 2000 Hernandez, Eric, 1999 Hernandez, Jayson, 2008, 09, 10 Herrero, Jose, 1984 Herring, Herman H., 1947, 49, 50 Herrman, Jim, 1999 Herrmann, Max, 2014, 15, 16 Heyer, G.K., 1899, 1900, 01, 02 Hibbs, M. Gregg, 1926, 27, 28 Higgins, Joseph T., 1967, 68, 69 Higgins, Mike, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Hill, Dennis, 2006, 07, 08, 09, 10

Hill, Ryan, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Hirschhorn, Lloyd E., 1932, 34 Hitchner, A.E., 1901, 02, 03, 04 Hobbs, Kevin, 1985 Hoehler, David, 1989, 90, 91 Hoermann, Bill, 2010, 11, 12, 13 Hoffer, Robert, 1957, 58 Hogan, R.J., 1887, 88, 89, 90, 91 Hogan, J.S., 1887, 88, 89, 90, 91 Holford, Ronald H., 1953, 54 Holt, Steve, 2004, 05, 06, 08 Hommann Jr., C.C., 1908, 09, 10 Homyak, James C., 1972, 73, 74, 75 Hooey, Steven, 1985, 86 Hook, Steve, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Hopkins, Russ, 2009, 10, 11, 12 Hopwood, William, 1957, 58 Horn, J.K., 1880, 81, 82 Horn, Roland W., 1953 Hornaday, David, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Horta, Lance, 1997, 98, 99 Horton, Lester, 1930 Horvath, Joseph, 1941, 42 Horvath, Ronald, 1988 Houghtaling, E.H., 1903 Hover, Michael F., 1976, 77, 78 Hovey, H.F., 1907, 08 Howard, Clarence, 1929, 30 Howell, H.J., 1900, 01, 03 Howlett, N.O., 1912, 13, 15 Hruby, Charles, 1914, 15 Hughes, Everett (Mgr), 1950, 52 Hughes, Mark, 1990, 91 Hughes, W.R., 1906, 07 Hutchinson, Travis G., 1963, 64

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Ianiero, Joey, 2008, 09 Imperial, Jason, 1991 Ingersoll, C.E., 1984, 85, 87 Ioviero, Neil, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Irwin, Joseph C., 1929

-J-

Jackson, George, 1946 Jackson, James H., 1968, 69, 70 James, Kevin, 1991, 93, 94, 95 Janin, Franklin H., 1930, 32 Jansen, Jim, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Jarred, William, 1878 Jaworoski, Jason, 1996, 97, 98 Jenkins, P.T., 1875 Jennings, James H., 1972, 73 Jennings, John, 2013, 14, 15, 16 Jennings, H.L., 1913, 14, 15 Jewett, E.W., 1879 Jimenez, Jarred, 2007, 08, 09, 10 Johnson, Alex, 1872, 73, 74 Johnson, Bruce, 1953, 54 Johnson, Charles A., 1923, 24, 25 Johnson, Frank L., 1921, 22 Johnson, Julian, 2007 Johnson, Paul, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Jones, Robert A., 1943 Jose, Frank, 1939, 40, 41

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Kalapos, Steve, 1947, 48, 49, 50 Kalb, Aaron, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Kalinger, Roger P., 1963, 64, 65 Kapp, Ryan, 2009, 10 Kassan, Scott, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Kauffman, Sean, 1984, 85, 86 Kaye, George M., 1950 Kehoe, Thomas J., 1963 Keller, Matt, 1996, 97, 98 Kelly, E. Shawn, 1980, 81 Kelly, F.R., 1918 Kelly, Joseph H., 1921, 22 Kelly, Sean, 2014 Kennedy, Rich, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Kenny, Robert D., 1965, 66, 67 Kerekes, Kevin, 1987, 88 Kienzle, Raymond A., 1949 Kimble, John Kenneth, 1924, 25, 26 King, Bryan D. (Mgr), 1943 Kingsley, Tom, 1983, 84 Kingston, David H., 1943 Kip, Walter, 1871, 72, 73, 74 Kirkpatrick, J.B., 1897, 98, 99, 1900 Kivlehan, Patrick, 2012 Klein, Paul I. (Mgr), 1969 Kleinbaum, Jeff. P., 1973, 74, 75, 76 Klug, Harold, 1959, 60, 61 Kmiec, Scott, 1992, 93, 94 Kohl, Jim, 1988, 89, 90, 91 Koperwhats, Robert J., 1951, 52, 53 Korneski, Donald, 1958, 59 Kosup, Albert J., 1974, 77, 78 Kotch, Darrin, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Kramer, C. Russell (Mgr), 1931 Krauss, William R., 1952, 53, 54 Krentar, Edward C., 1923, 24, 25 Krilla, Dennis W., 1972, 73 Kuch, Frank D., 1963 Kuhn, Werner, 1940, 41, 42 Kulinski, Andrew, 1982, 84 Kurtz, Neil, 1986

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Lacey, Gerald, 1954, 55, 56 Lacity, Paul V., 1952, 53, 54, 55 Ladomirak, Jean (Mgr), 1978, 79, 80 Lake, Robert L., 1955, 56, 57 Lampariello, Mark, 2005, 06 Lamson, Robert N., 1976 Lang, Michael, 2008, 09, 10, 11 Lanin, Matt, 2000 Lansing, H.M., 1880, 81 Lasky, Charlie, 2011, 12, 13, 14 Laster, Sidney E. (Mgr), 1943 Laub, Jason, 1995, 96 Lauffer, Robert G., 1942 Laurans, Raymond, 1936 Law, Charlie, 2009, 10, 12, 13 Lawes, C.O., 1917 Lawlor, James M., 1978, 79, 80, 81 Lazarczyk, Robert J., 1978 Leboff, Jules, 1949, 50 Lee, Thomas W., 1967, 68, 69 Leeds, A.G., 1911, 12, 13, 14 Lengyel, Dan, 1985, 86 Leon, Benjamin S., 1919, 20, 21, 22 Leonard, Frank, 1935

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Leonard, Robert E., 1955, 56, 57 Lepine, Austin, 1935, 36, 37 Lerche, Corey, 2013 Lesser, Albert (Mgr), 1927 Letson, C.T., 1895 Levine, Gary F., 1967, 68, 69 Levis, Richard (Mgr), 1928 Liddy, Jack E., 1931, 32, 33 Lillis, Chris, 2003, 04, 05, 06, 07 Lillis, Kevin, 2006, 07, 08, 09, 10 Lillis, Ryan, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Lillis, J.T., 1871, 72 Lilton, E., 1887 Lipman, Steve E., 1967, 68, 69 Linder, Robert (Mgr), 1955 Lins, Leroy, 1935, 36, 37 Lisojo, Juan, 2010, 11,12 Litterio, Joseph, 1991, 92, 93 Livingston, James, 1964, 65 Livingston, Mike, 2006, 08 LoBrace, Bart, 1976 Locane, Chris, 1990 Lockett, S.H., 1890 Lockwood, H., 1888 Long, Corey, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Lord, John W., 1927 Losee, Harvey, 1887, 89 Ludlam, M.C., 1887, 88, 89, 90 Ludlow, G.S., 1893 Ludlow, C.B., 1883 Lynch, Joseph, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Lyons, J.D., 1915, 16, 17, 18

-M-

MacCloskey, Edmond, 1971, 73, 74 MacDonald, Rob, 1984, 85, 86, 87 MacDonald, Robert E., 1970, 71, 72 Macfarlan, Donald, 1942, 43 MacInnis, Gordon, 1939, 40 MacLean, Lance, 1974, 75, 77 MacMichael, Joseph, 1955, 56, 57 Madison, Scott, 1993, 94, 95, 96 Madormo, James P., 1976, 77 Magee, Granville, 1936, 37 Mahon, S.C., 1888, 89, 90, 91 Majewski, Val, 2000, 01, 02 Makoski, William J., 1943, 46 Malafronte, Tom, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Malandruccolo, 2006, 07 Malinoski, Gary S., 1978, 79, 80 Mallen, Al, 1992 Mallery, Addison, 1923 Malloy, William, 1995, 96 Maloney, Francis L., 1922 Malouf, Peter G., 1960, 61, 62 Malvin, S.S., 1902 Manf, L.E., 1924 Mann, O.D., 1898, 99, 1900, 01 Mantz, K. Alan, 1965, 66, 67 Marchese, Jay, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Marcinczyk, Tom, 2014, 15, 16 Marciniak, Dave, 1996, 97, 98 Marciniak, Jeff, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Marcus, Paul, 1974 Markantes, Thomas, 1936 Marrone, Michael J., 1967 Martin, G.W., 1911 Martinez, Mike, 2016

Martino, Joseph, 1991, 92, 93 Maskalevich, John T., 1949, 50 Mason, D.T., 1902, 03, 04, 05 Masno, C.M., 1895, 96, 97 Mastrolia, Ronald, 1954, 55 Mastropaolo, Donald, 1965, 66, 67 Matarante, Richard, 1981, 82, 83 Matarante, Steve, 1983, 84 Matera, Nick, 2016 Mathis, Aaron L., 1955 Matthews, Jaren, 2008, 09, 10 Maull, Ronald L., 1970, 71 Maurer, Mark K., 1949 Mayers, Brendan, 2012 Maynard, O.L., 1875 Mazzilli, Vincent, 1993, 94 McAlindin, Chris, 1989, 90, 91 McAllister, Claude, 1964, 66 McCanna, Arthur G., 1943 McCarthy, Billy, 2001 McComb, Brian, 1990 McCoy, Dan, 1992, 93, 94 McCoy, Mark, 2015 McCue, Jon, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09 McCue, Slater, 2011, 12, 13, 14 McDonough, Charles, 1950, 51, 52 McDowell, James, 1989, 90 McGlennon, William, 1939, 40 McKenzie, Donald, 1944 McNamara, Tyler, 2016 McNeil, W.N., 1907 McSherry, Donald, 1983, 84, 95 Meade, Frank, 2005, 06, 07 Meeker, James R., 1978 Meiner, Douglas, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Mejia, Al, 1983 Melillo, Jeff, 2010, 11, 12, 13 Mendoza, Dennis, 1969, 70, 71 Mendoza, George, 1990 Merkel, Evelyn A. (Mgr), 1977 Mettler, L.H., 1891, 92 Meyer, J.G., 1881, 83, 84 Meyer, John H., 1963 Meyerkopf, Matt, 2008 Michaels, Stephen, 1990, 91, 92 Micucci, Ronald, 1988 Miles, Bertram P., 1955, 57 Miller, Caryle Edgar, 1936, 37, 38 Miller, Howard P., 1939, 41 Miller, Jeff, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Miller, Jeff, 2003, 04 Miller, Joe, 1990 Miller, Robert C. (Mgr), 1968 Miller, Robert W., 1968, 69, 70 Miller, S., 1879 Milliken, M.G., 1911, 12, 13 Mink, John, 1964 Mintz, Robert D., 1974, 75 Miscik, Joe, 1987, 88 Moccio, William P., 1979 Mohn, O.L.F., 1891, 92, 93, 94, 96, 97 Molchan, Ryan, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Molve, 1903 Monahan, James E., 1950, 51, 52 Moon, R.F., 1902, 04 Mooney, John W., 1969, 70, 71 Moore, Clarence, 1883 Moore, A.C., 1883, 84, 85

Moran, Chris, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Morehouse, Fred T., 1981 Morehosue, Rick, 1983 Morelli, Raymond, 1978, 79 Morris, J.A., 1880, 81, 82 Morrison, Mahlon G., 1951, 53 Morton, Norman L., 1943, 47, 48 Moskowitz, Lee, 2002, 03 Mullen, John, 1938, 39 Mumma, Raymond E., 1942, 43 Mundy, Michael, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Murphy, Billy, 2008, 09, 10 Muschiatti, Lawrence, 1958 Mutch, W.E., 1919, 20

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Nedvins, Ernest J., 1942, 43 Neill, Robert E., 1967 Neislon, R.H., 1902, 03 Nelson, Gordon L., 1948 Nelson, W.E., 1904, 06, 07 Neubart, Adam, 1996, 97, 98 Neuberger, Albert, 1964 Newson, William A., 1928, 29, 30 Nicholas, Alfred E., 1955, 56, 57 Noden, John, 1946 Normane, Steve, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Norton, Joseph, 1985 Norton, Robert C., 1963, 64, 65 Nothnagle, Bill P., 1962 Nutt, Robert, 1906 Nyisztor, Steve, 2010, 11

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O’Brien, Mike, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 O’Brien, Martin, 1986, 87, 88, 89 O’Connell, Mort L., 1931 O’Connor, George, 1946, 47 O’Donnell, Scott J., 1979 O’Grady, Brian, 2011, 12, 13, 14 O’Leary, Pat, 2012, 13 O’Neill, Dan, 2011, 12 O’Reilly, John, 2015, 16 O’Rourke, Edward F., 1947 Odachowski, Anthony, 1981 Ogden, Alan D., 1943 Ohlen, E.A., 1882 Ohlen, S.H., 1881, 82 Oldt, Robert J., 1972, 73 Olsen, Justin, 2010 Olson, Walter, 1954, 55, 56 O’Neill, Dan, 2010 Oram, K.S., 1896, 97, 98 Osborne, Robert, 1987, 88 Ott, Edgar A., 1966, 67, 68 Ozoroski, Mark, 1986, 87, 89

-P-

Pall, Thomas A., 1974, 75 Palomba, R., 1935 Palombit, Joseph, 1982, 83, 84 Parak, John, 1985 Parker, Shaun, 2003, 04 Parrish, Michael, 1986, 87 Parrott, R.B., 1893. 94, 95, 96, 97 Pascale, Anthony J., 1966, 67 Patterson, Matt, 2004, 05, 06, 07, 08 Patton, Douglas, 1960, 61


LETTERWINNERS Pavlosky, Gary E., 1973, 74, 75 Pearse, E.J., 1902, 03, 04, 05 Pecora, Michael J., 1928, 29, 30 Pellowski, Michael J., 1969, 70 Penbera Jr., Joseph J., 1967, 68 Pennella, Rocco D., 1961, 62, 63 Pennington, Frank, 1935, 36, 37 Pepe, Pat, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Perkins, James, 1940, 41 Perkowski, TJ, 2014, 15, 16 Perrine, Dan, 2009, 10, 11, 12 Perry, Ronald, 1976, 77, 78 Pesin, Arthur D. (Mgr), 1950 Peterson, C. Donald, 1963 Peterson, Harding W., 1948, 49, 50 Peterson, Sean, 2009, 10 Pfaffhausen, E. Charles, 1925 Pfeiffer, Fran, 1956 Phillips, Charles, 1954, 55, 56 Phillips, Tom, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Piccirillo, John J., 1972, 73 Pierce, Jeff, 1998, 99, 2000, 02 Pierson, Kyle, 1995 Pietrucha, Robert J., 1961, 64 Piez, C.W., 1909 Pimentel, Evan, 2010, 11, 12 Pitt, Thomas A., 1966 Platt, Alfred W., 1921, 22, 23, 24 Plummer Jr., L.P., 1905 Poole, C.S., 1893, 94, 95, 96 Popowski, Mike, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Porcino, Martin P., 1974, 75 Porter, Walter T., 1952, 53, 54 Potter, Ellis F., 1873, 74, 75, 76, 77 Potzer, Emil, 1941, 43 Powell, David R., 1971, 72, 73 Powell, J.K., 1914 Powre, Brian, 1990 Prentiss, A.A., 1910, 11 Prentiss, R., 1878 Preziosi, Tom, 2004 Price, William H., 1873, 74, 75 Pringle, Wallace, 1935, 36, 37 Prusinsky, Robert, 1993, 94, 95, 97 Pustay, Matt, 2003, 04, 05, 06

-Q-

Querns, Tim, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Quick, Jacob, 1958, 59, 60 Quinn, John, 1985

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Raab, George R., 1924, 25, 26 Rabinovitz, Issac G., 1927 Ralpalje, E.H., 1897, 98, 99, 1900 Rannells, John, 1939, 40 Ranney, P., 1885 Reagan, Brian, 1994 Redrup, Steve, 1984, 85 Reed, I.L., 1895 Rehfeldt, George T., 1953 Reilly, Robert A. (Mgr), 1963 Reilly, Tim, 2006, 07, 08, 09 Reinheimer, W.F., 1904, 07 Reisfield, Donald, 1944 Remsen, Frank W., 1891, 92 Remsen, F., 1893 Resetar, Gary, 1986, 87, 88

Resnick, Irving, 1933 Reuter, John, 1986 Ricciardi, Mike, 1992 Rice, A.M., 1918, 19 Rice, Loyce, 1988, 89 Rice, R.C., 1906 Richard, Aaron, 2003 Richters, J.C., 1898, 99, 1900, 01 Riddell, Ian, 2014 Rieley, Emory C. (Mgr), 1929 Riggio, Bill, 1999, 2000 Riggs, A.R., 1898 Riker Jr., J.R., 1916 Rinehart, Norman, 1947, 48 Rini, Chris, 2004 Ritter, R.F., 1906 Roberts, J.M., 1891 Roberts, John C., 1957 Roberts, Kenneth J., 1976, 77 Robertson, Larry L., 1970 Robeson, Paul, L., 1916, 18, 19 Robinson, G.H., 1911, 13 Robinson, W., 1909 Rodriguez, Cory, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Roe, Nathaniel, 2010, 11, 13 Rogers, Don (Mgr), 1954 Rogers, F.V., 1883, 84 Rogoff, Joseph, 1944 Roman, Michael, 1984 Romero, Kevin, 2016 Rooney, Thomas F., 1934, 35, 36 Rosa, Gaby, 2014, 15, 16 Rosario, Jamel, 2001, 02, 03 Rosen, Stanley, 1927, 28, 29 Rosencrantz, W.B., 1893 Ross, Clarence A., 1920, 21 Ross, Edwin F., 1872, 73, 74 Rossi, Angelo J., 1970, 71, 72 Roth, Tim, 1990, 91, 92 Rottger, A.H., 1891, 92 Rowe, A.C., 1916 Rowland, J.E., 1907 Rubenstein, Alan D., 1947, 48, 49 Ruddock, Charles E., 1950 Ruddy, George W., 1950 Rugen, W.H., 1906, 07 Ruggiero, Bill D., 1962, 63 Rule, George B., 1918, 19 Runyon, E., 1879 Runyon Jr., C., 1892, 93, 94, 95 Russell, William C., 1960, 61, 62 Russo, Robert A., 1973 Ryan, Robert W., 1969, 70, 71 Ryan, Sean, 1988, 89, 90

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Saba, John C., 1948, 49, 50 Sacco, Alfred, 1982 Saitta, Rich 1994, 95, 96 Sandorff, Alfred J. (Mgr), 1926 Sangemino, Vincent, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09 Sangster Jr., G.M., 1908, 09, 10, 11 Santiago, David, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Santoro, Steven H., 1972, 73, 74, 75 Saraceno, Robert, 1985 Sarles, E.H., 1898, 99 Scafidi, Dante, 2016 Schack, Jarrett, 2011,12

Schank, Harold, 1938, 39, 40 Schapley, Thomas, 1979, 80, 81, 82 Schaub, Louis, 1954, 56 Schenck, C., 76, 77, 78, 79, 80 Schenck, H.W., 1911, 12, 13 Schenck, L.W., 1914 Schleiffer, Norman, 1980, 81 Shcmidt, William, 1915 Schneider, John, 1996, 97 Schneider, Phil, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Schorr, Robert, 1946 Schwendel, Paul, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Sclafani, Carmen, 2016 Scoville, Barry, 1997 Scudder, W., 1876, 77 Scudder, H.J., 1887 Scudder, J., 1894, 95, 96, 97 Scudder, C.J., 1889 Scudder, M.T., 1880, 82 Sedicino, Sam, 1941, 42 Seel, Mike, 1992, 93, 94, 96 Segoine, H.R., 1906, 08 Seiler, R.G., 1913, 16 Senko, Stephen, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Shachnow, Leonard, 1938 Shade, Leon, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Shaffery, John, 1984, 85 Shallorose, Walter, 1946 Shaw, Ralph, 1937, 38, 39 Shebel, Robert, 1974 Sheppard, Edward, 1954 Sherman, Allen, 1954 Sherwin, Lester H. (Mgr), 1930 Shewchuck, Robert P., 1976 Shovel, Edwin, 1952 Shutte, Robert C., 1970, 71, 72 Shuttle, Reed, 2013, 14, 15, 16 Simmons, E.B., 1910 Simpkins, Hilyard S., 1937 Simpson, Scott, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Sivess, Andrew, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Skapinetz, Brett, 1991, 92 Skimmer, A.P., 1916 Slaiciunus, Matt, 1999 Slade, F.P., 1871, 72 Smith, A.E., 1903 Smith, C., 1880, 81 Smith, Mike, 2000 Smith, Norbert, 1957, 58, 59 Smith, R.O., 1899, 1900, 01, 02 Smorol, Rob, 2010, 11, 12, 13 Snovel, Edwin, 1954, 55 Snyder, L.V., 1876, 77 Soriano, Paul, 1975, 76, 77 Sosnowski, Robert, 1977 Sowick, Fred A., 1947 Speedy, Kent, 1994, 95, 96 Speedy, Todd, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Speranza, William J., 1960, 61, 62 Spielmann, Ken, 1946, 47, 48, 49 Spicer, Sean, 2005, 06, 07 Spinella, Matt, 1999 Springer, Robert, 1988 Stager, Walter E., 1930, 31 Stang, Michael J., 1966, 67 Stanzel Jr., Rudolph, 1951, 52, 53 Staples, Parker, 1938 Starace, Edward J., 1965, 66

Starr, George, 1981, 82 Stavrakis, Nick, 2005, 06, 07 Steadman, Richard, 1936, 37 Steedle, E.W., 1912, 13 Stegen, Brian, 1994, 95, 96, 98 Steinke, R.F., 1908 Stephans, Mike, 1996 Stevens, G.H., 1871 Stillman, C.F., 1872 Stinson, P., 1916 Stohrer, Robert, 1964 Stone, Brian, 1993 Stout, J.C., 1888, 89 Strang, C.H., 1888, 89, 90,91 Strapp, Francis, 1935, 36 Strickland, R., 1883, 84 Strickland, W.P.C., 1896, 97, 98 Stringfellow, Allen E., 1943 Strohmayer, Al, 1956 Stull, Alan S., 1950, 51 Stupienski, Duane, 1982, 83, 84, 85 Stupienski, Ray, 1980, 81, 82, 83 Suba, Robert S., 1947, 48, 49, 50 Summerill, John M., 1921 Surdez, Richard J., 1966, 67, 68 Suseck, Chris, 2015, 16 Sutton, Leonard, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Sweeney, Pat, 2011, 12, 13, 14 Sweeney, Thomas D., 1972, 73, 74 Sweeney, Tim, 2000, 01, 02 Swiderski, Steve, 1984 Sykes, Charles, 1919

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Taliaferro, Leland L., 1918, 19, 20 Talman, M.P., 1913 Tarcher, Leonard, 1932, 33 Taylor, A., 1905 Taylor, Harold C. (Mgr), 1920 Taylor, James A. (Mgr), 1944 Tedesco, Frank E., 1948 Tennebruso, Jerry, 1992 Terebetski, Bob, 1999, 2000 Terhune, J., 1879 Terrill, C. Hoyt, 1926 Thompson, C.T., 1908 Thompson, Joe H., 1962 Thompson, Roy, 1930, 33 Thorne, David, 1964, 65 Thorp, W.L., 1902, 03 Tietz, Matt, 2013 Tighe, Gerald R., 1976, 77, 78, 79 Tilton, Henry, 1938, 39 Tindall, Harold A., 1950, 51, 52 Tootleman, Paul, 1957, 58, 59 Torborg, Jeffrey A., 1961, 62, 63 Torres, James, 2016 Travers, M.S., 1910, 11 Trechock, Walter, 1947, 48 Triandifilou, Angelo, 1940, 42 Triola, Victor J., 1927 Trochim, Scott, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Troiano, Peter J., 1927, 28, 29 Truex, Arnold T., 1934, 35 Trump, Ted, 2000 Tullman, Don A., 1972 Tumolo, Joseph F., 1967, 68 Twing, W.D., 1912, 13, 14

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Ulrich, Ken, 1999, 2000

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Valis, Lawrence H., 1951, 52, 53 VanArsdale, R., 1892, 94 VanCleef, Raymond, 1949, 50, 51 VanDyck, W.V.B., 1892, 93, 94, 95, 96 VanderHorn, Aaron, 1982, 83, 84, 85 VanEtten, A., 1871, 72 VanGoor, Robert E. (Mgr), 1948 VanNess, L.M., 1909, 10, 11 VanNest, S., 1880 VanOlden, Glen, 1982, 83 VanOrden, F., 1892, 93 VanOrden, P., 1893 VanOrden, Ralph P.S., 1919, 20 VanSant, F.R., 1904, 07 VanSlyke, W.C., 1893, 94 Varey, Alexander, 1958, 59 Vasquez, Alberto, 2000, 01, 02, 03 Vazquez, Andres, 2011, 12 Varju, Joseph, 1939, 41 Venerus, John, 1946 Vigh, William J., 1943, 47, 48 Voorhees, Nat., 1878 Voorhees, J.B., 1895, 96 Voorhees, H.R., 1898 Voorhees, Ralph, 1946, 47 Vredenburgh Jr., LeRue, 1872, 73

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Wade, Thomas K., 1923, 24, 25 Wade, Timothy F., 1971, 72, 73 Waggoner, E., 1888 Wahl, Harry L., 1946 Wakeling, James T., 1960, 61, 62 Waleck, Joe, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Wales Jr., G.F., 1914 Walker, Kyle, 2015, 16 Walker, Stewart Newton, 1928, 30 Wallace, James, 1939, 40, 41 Wallace, Keith, 2013 Wallace, W.H., 1907, 1909 Waller, Donovan, 2014 Walsh, Barry, 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Walsh, Daniel P., 1965, 66, 67 Wares, Ryan, 2015 Wargo, Tony, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09 Waring, James H., 1951, 52 Waterfield, John R., 1915, 16, 17, 20 Weaver, E.S., 1902, 03, 04, 05 Weber, Richard, 1947, 48, 49 Webster, Bruce, 1957, 58 Webster, E., 1888 Wecker, Arthur, 1938 Weiner, Charles, 1943 Weiss, R. (Mgr), 1946 Weller, W.C., 1916, 17, 18 Welling, E.L., 1888, 89, 90, 91 Wheeler, Tom, 1999, 2000, 01, 02 Wheelock, Robert S., 1920, 21 Whitacre, William, 1956, 57, 58 White, Harold P., 1931, 33 White, Harold S., 1965, 66 White, John, 1977, 78 White, Michael J., 1970, 71

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Whitehead, Wil, 1873, 74, 75, 76, 77 Whitehill, J.S., 1917, 19 Whitman, Sidney, 1964 Wiggins, Walter E., 1931, 32, 33 Wilber, C.P., 1905 Wilber, F.E., 1905 Wilkins, C.D., 1918 Wilkins, Scott, 1987, 88, 89, 90 Wilkerson, Michael A., 1981, 82, 83 Willenbrock, Allen W., 1950, 51 Williams, Brian, 1999 Williams, Calvin J., 1979 Williams, David, 2003, 04, 05, 06, 07 Williams Jr., John E., 1952, 53 Williams, Joseph R., 1976, 78 Williams, Shawn, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Williams, Steve E., 1972, 73 Williams, Todd, 1998 Wilson, Jim, 1998, 99, 2000, 01 Wilson, Robert P., 1971, 72, 73 Winchock, Mike, 1990, 91, 92, 93 Windows, Bob, 1992, 93, 94, 95 Winne, George, 1933 Winner, John O., 1921 Winston, Darren, 1985, 86, 87, 88 Winters, Brian, 1999, 2001, 02 Wirth, J., 1897, 98, 99, 1900 Wittpenn, J.N., 1916, 18 Wojciak, William J., 1973, 74 Wolff, Carl L., 1924, 25, 26 Wolff, William, 1958, 59, 60 Wolser, H., 1896, 97 Wolski, Matt, 1999, 2000, 01, 03 Wolven, Barry D., 1962, 63, 64 Woodhull, Tim, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Woods Jr., George N., 1952 Wurst, Rich, 1997

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Yakopec, David, 2015 Yates, J., 1894 Yates, Keith, 1944 Young, Eric, 1987, 88, 89 Young, Jon, 2012, 13, 14, 15 Youpa, Donald G., 1957

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Zabriskie, D.D., 1879 Zagunis, Mark C., 1978, 79, 80, 81 Zaleski, Henry G., 1976 Zalutko, Thomas, 1981 Zarrillo, Vinny, 2012, 13, 14, 15 Zavala, Michael, 2011, 12, 14 Zavala, Steve, 2009, 11, 12, 13 Zelenky, John, 1983 Zimmerman, David, 1968 Zingaro, Angelo E., 1976, 77, 78 Zoccolillo, Pete, 1996, 97, 98, 99

THE RON KISH ACADEMIC AWARD

The Ron Kish Academic Award, which honors the Rutgers baseball player with the top grade point average on the team, is presented annually. 1990........................................................................................ Tim Roth 1991 ............................................................................... Adam Deutsch 1992 ........................................................................................ Tim Roth 1993 ..................................................................................Steve DePolo 1994 .................................................................................... Scott Kmick 1995 .................................................................................. Chris Dorsett 1996 ..................................................................................... Corey Long 1997 ............................................................................ Scott Burkholder ............................................................................................. Corey Long .......................................................................................... Chris Dorsett 1998.................................................................................. Chris Dorsett ............................................................................................Lance Horta 1999 ....................................................................................Lance Horta 2000............................................................................... Darren Fenster 2001 ................................................................................. Brian Winters 2002 ................................................................................. Brian Winters 2003 .................................................................................. Graig Badger 2004...............................................................................Cory Rodriguez .............................................................................................Nick Cerulo 2005.................................................................................... Sean Spicer 2006.................................................................................... Sean Spicer 2007.............................................................................. Donny Callahan 2008.............................................................................. Donny Callahan 2009..................................................................................... Jeff Melillo 2010 ............................................................................... Sean Campbell 2011..................................................................................... Jeff Melillo 2012..................................................................................... Jeff Melillo 2013..................................................................................... Jeff Melillo ............................................................................................ Rob Smorol 2014................................................................................. Nick Favatella 2015...............................................................................Max Herrmann 2016...............................................................................Max Herrmann


ALL-CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR (4)

Fred Hill: 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998

PLAYER OF THE YEAR (4) Doug Alongi: 1993 Darren Fenster: 2000 Todd Frazier: 2007 Patrick Kivlehan: 2012

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR (3) Jake Daubert: 1998 Bobby Brownlie: 2000 Gaby Rosa: 2014

BIG TEN CONFERENCE

2016 2015

Second Team: R.J. Devish C Third Team: Howie Brey P All-Freshman Team: Jawuan Harris, OF Third Team: Tom Marcinczyk, OF

2014

First Team: Nick Favatella 2B Third Team: Howie Brey P, Mike Carter OF, Brian O’Grady 1B, Pat Sweeney SS, Vinny Zarrillo OF

2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999

Second Team: Jeff Melillo C, Nick Favatella 2B Third Team: Steve Zavala OF First Team: Patrick Kivlehan 3B, Jeff Melillo C Third Team: Brian O’Grady OF, Rob Smorol P Second Team: Michael Lang First Team: Pat Biserta Second Team: Steve Nyisztor Third Team: Jaren Matthews Third Team: Jaren Matthews First Team: Todd Frazier SS, Dave Williams OF, Jon Gossard DH Second Team: Steve Healing P, Ryan Hill OF Third Team: Tom Edwards 1B First Team: Todd Frazier SS Second Team: Jeff Grose OF, Frank Meade C Third Team: Tim Querns 3B Second Team: Johnny Defendis OF, Colin Gaynor DH, Cory Rodriguez, 2B Third Team: Todd Frazier SS, Jeff Grose, OF First Team: Jeff Frazier OF Third Team: Graig Badger 2B, Jack Egbert P First Team: Jeff Frazier OF, Matt Wolski DH Second Team: Jack Egbert P Third Team: Steve Normane 1B Second Team: Bobby Brownlie P, Val Majewski OF Third Team: Tom Wheeler P First Team: Val Majewski 1B, Billy McCarthy OF, Bobby Brownlie P Second Team: Matt Wolski 2B First Team: Darren Fenster SS, Bobby Brownlie P, David DeJesus OF, Joe B. Cirone OF, Jake Daubert 3B, Mike Popowski DH All-Rookie Team: Bobby Brownlie P, Val Majewski 1B/OF First Team: Pete Zoccolillo OF Second Team: Darren Fenster SS, David DeJesus OF,

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

BIG EAST CONFERENCE

1998 1997 1996

Jimmy Wilson P All-Rookie Team: Jimmy Wilson First Team: Pete Zoccolillo 1B, Dave Marciniak 2B, Adam Neubart OF Second Team: Mike Mundy RHP All-Rookie Team: Jake Daubert, David DeJesus First Team: Pete Zoccolillo 1B Second Team: Mike Mundy RHP All-Rookie Team: Darren Fenster, Mike O’Brien, Barry Walsh First Team: Scott Madison LHP

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE

1995 Second Team: Brian Giallella 2B 1994 First Team: Kevin James C, Brian Giallella 2B Second Team: Scott Kassan 1B 1993 First Team: Mike Higgins C, Bob Windows SS, Doug Alongi OF Second Team: Mike Barckley RHP 1992 First Team: Angel Echevarria OF Doug Alongi DH Second Team: Mike Higgins C, Joe Litterio 2B, Mike Winchock 3B 1991 First Team: Doug Alongi DH Second Team: Angel Echevarria OF 1990 First Team: Ted Ciesla SS, Angel Echevarria OF Second Team: Dave Hornaday LHP, Chris McAlindin 2B #1989 Sean Ryan 1B, Mark Ozoroski SS, Eric Young OF #1988 Darrin Winston P, Paul Johnson 1B, Glen Gardner OF #1987 Darrin Winston P, Scott Trochim 3B, Glen Gardner OF #1986 Glen Gardner OF, Joe Lynch DH # Only one team selected

OVERALL ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS 97

BY POSITION C: 7 1B: 11 2B: 11 SS: 9 3B: 5 OF: 29 P: 18 DH: 7

BY TEAM First: 47 Second: 30 Third: 20 Rookie/Freshman: 13

BY CONFERENCE Big Ten: 3 American: 6 Big East: 58 Atlantic 10: 30

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CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS Year Opponent....................................................................Record 1979 Atlantic 10 Tournament (Hershey, Pa.) Penn State 4, Rutgers 3........................................................ 0-1 West Virginia 13, Rutgers 10................................................ 0-2 1980 Atlantic 10 Finalist (Washington, D.C.) Rutgers 5, West Virginia 1.................................................... 1-2 Rutgers 11, Duquesne 1....................................................... 2-2 Massachusetts 17, Rutgers 6................................................ 2-3 Rutgers 17, George Washington 13...................................... 3-3 Massachusetts 12, Rutgers 0................................................ 3-4 1981 Atlantic 10 Champions (Fairfax, Va.) Rutgers 25, West Virginia 13................................................ 4-4 Rutgers 7, West Virginia 5.................................................... 5-4 1982 Atlantic 10 Finalist (Piscataway, N.J.) West Virginia 8, Rutgers 2.................................................... 5-5 Rutgers 6, West Virginia 5.................................................... 6-5 West Virginia 7, Rutgers 5.................................................... 6-6 1986 Atlantic 10 Champions (Piscataway, N.J.) Most Outstanding Player: Sam Ferretti Rutgers 4, George Washington 1.......................................... 7-6 Rutgers 8, West Virginia 3.................................................... 8-6 West Virginia 9, Rutgers 4.................................................... 8-7 Rutgers 10, West Virginia 3.................................................. 9-7 1987 Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.) Rutgers 8, Penn State 1...................................................... 10-7 West Virginia 2, Rutgers 0.................................................. 10-8 Massachusetts 8, Rutgers 3............................................... 10-9 1988 Atlantic 10 Champions (Boyertown, Pa.) Most Outstanding Pitcher: Darrin Winston Rutgers 13, George Washington 2...................................... 11-9 Rutgers 10, Massachusetts 1.............................................. 12-9 Massachusetts 8, Rutgers 4.............................................. 12-10 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 5.............................................. 13-10 1989 Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.) Rutgers 6, Penn State 1.................................................... 14-10 Temple 9, Rutgers 7.......................................................... 14-11 George Washington 6, Rutgers 3...................................... 14-12 1990 Atlantic 10 Champions (Boyertown, Pa.) Most Outstanding Pitcher: Darrin Kotch Rutgers 2, West Virginia 1................................................ 15-12 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 7 (14)....................................... 16-12 West Virginia 11, Rutgers 2.............................................. 16-13 Rutgers 6, West Virginia 4................................................ 17-13 1991 Atlantic 10 Champions (Boyertown, Pa.) Most Outstanding Player: Jason Imperial Most Outstanding Pitcher: Dave Hoehler Rutgers 4, George Washington 2...................................... 18-13 Massachusetts 11, Rutgers 6............................................ 18-14 Rutgers 12, Penn State 6.................................................. 19-14 Rutgers 5, Massachusetts 4.............................................. 20-14 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 3.............................................. 21-14 1992 Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.) West Virginia 6, Rutgers 4................................................ 21-15 Massachusetts 9, Rutgers 8.............................................. 21-16 1993 Atlantic 10 Champions (Boyertown, Pa.) Most Outstanding Player: Doug Alongi Rutgers 4, George Washington 2...................................... 22-16 Rutgers 5, Temple 2.......................................................... 23-16 Rutgers 7, West Virginia 6................................................ 24-16 1994 Atlantic 10 Tournament (Boyertown, Pa.)

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Year Opponent....................................................................Record West Virginia 12, Rutgers 1.............................................. 24-17 Massachusetts 9, Rutgers 3.............................................. 24-18 1995 Atlantic 10 Finalist (Boyertown, Pa.) Massachusetts 10, Rutgers 9............................................ 24-19 Rutgers 9, George Washington 4...................................... 25-19 Rutgers 16, St. Bonaventure 12........................................ 26-19 Massachusetts 10, Rutgers 3............................................ 26-20 1996 Big East Tournament (Norwich, Conn.) Providence 4, Rutgers 1.................................................... 26-21 West Virginia 5, Rutgers 0................................................ 26-22 1997 Big East Tournament (Norwich, Conn.) St. John’s 3, Rutgers 0....................................................... 26-23 Villanova 12, Rutgers 5..................................................... 26-24 1998 Big East Champions (Norwich, Conn.) Jack Kaiser Award: Dave Marciniak Rutgers 9, Seton Hall 7 (17).............................................. 27-24 Providence 3, Rutgers 2.................................................... 27-25 Rutgers 14, St. John’s 10................................................... 28-25 Rutgers 7, Notre Dame 6.................................................. 29-25 Rutgers 12, Notre Dame 0................................................ 30-25 1999 Big East Semifinalists (Trenton, N.J.) Rutgers 13, St. John’s 9..................................................... 31-25 Rutgers 11, Providence 4.................................................. 32-25 Providence 9, Rutgers 2.................................................... 32-26 St. John’s 6, Rutgers 4....................................................... 32-27 2000 Big East Champions (Bridgewater, N.J.) Jack Kaiser Award: Bobby Brownlie Rutgers 11, Pittsburgh 3................................................... 33-27 Rutgers 8, Connecticut 7.................................................. 34-27 Rutgers 6, Seton Hall 2..................................................... 35-27 Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 3..................................................... 35-28 Rutgers 1, Seton Hall 0..................................................... 36-28 2001 Big East Tournament (Bridgewater, N.J.) Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 2..................................................... 36-29 Notre Dame 6, Rutgers 2.................................................. 36-30 2002 Big East Finalists (Bridgewater, N.J.) Notre Dame 8, Rutgers 3.................................................. 36-31 Rutgers 4, Boston College 2.............................................. 37-31 Rutgers 6, Virginia Tech 2................................................. 38-31 Rutgers 4, Notre Dame 3.................................................. 39-31 Notre Dame 3, Rutgers 2 (10)........................................... 39-32 2003 Big East Finalists (Bridgewater, N.J.) Rutgers 6, West Virginia 0................................................ 40-32 Notre Dame 9, Rutgers 3.................................................. 40-33 Rutgers 8, West Virginia 7................................................ 41-33 Rutgers 15, Notre Dame 11.............................................. 42-33 Notre Dame 11, Rutgers 3................................................ 42-34 2006 Big East Semifinalists (Clearwater, Fla.) Louisville 9, Rutgers 8....................................................... 42-35 Rutgers 13, Cincinnati 7.................................................... 43-35 Rutgers 9, Connecticut 5.................................................. 44-35 Louisville 13, Rutgers 3..................................................... 44-36 2007 Big East Champions (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Jack Kaiser Award: Todd Frazier Rutgers 13, Notre Dame 2................................................ 45-36 Louisville 8, Rutgers 1....................................................... 45-37 Rutgers 11, Villanova 0..................................................... 46-37 Rutgers 12, Louisville 10................................................... 47-37 Rutgers 3, Louisville 1....................................................... 48-37


CONFERENCE TOURNAMENTS Year Opponent....................................................................Record Rutgers 7, Connecticut 6.................................................. 49-37 2010 Big East Semifinalists (Clearwater, Fla.) All-Tournament: Steve Nyisztor Rutgers 9, Pittsburgh 5..................................................... 50-37 Rutgers 6, Connecticut 5.................................................. 51-37 Connecticut 11, Rutgers 10 (10 innings)........................... 51-38 Connecticut 7, Rutgers 4.................................................. 51-39 2012 Big East Tournament (Clearwater, Fla.) Seton Hall 6, Rutgers 1..................................................... 51-40 Notre Dame 9, Rutgers 0.................................................. 51-41 2013 Big East Semifinalists (Clearwater, Fla.) All-Tournament: Brian O’Grady USF 5, Rutgers 2............................................................... 51-42 Rutgers 9, Louisville 1....................................................... 52-42 Rutgers 2, USF 1............................................................... 53-42 Connecticut 2, Rutgers 1.................................................. 53-43 2014 American Athletic Conference Pool Play (Clearwater, Fla.) All-Tournament: Vinny Zarrillo Rutgers 10, USF 0............................................................. 54-43 Memphis 5, Rutgers 1...................................................... 54-44 Louisville 9, Rutgers 3....................................................... 54-45

TOURNAMENT HISTORY 28 Tournament Appearances 9 Championships 54-45 Record

ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 14 Appearances 6 Championships 26-20 Record

BIG EAST CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 13 Appearances 3 Championships 27-23 Record

REGULAR SEASON CONFERENCE HISTORY (SINCE 1981)

League Year Eastern 8 1981 Eastern 8 1982 Atlantic 10 1983 Atlantic 10 1984 Atlantic 10 1985 Atlantic 10 1986 Atlantic 10 1987 Atlantic 10 1988 Atlantic 10 1989 Atlantic 10 1990 Atlantic 10 1991 Atlantic 10 1992 Atlantic 10 1993 Atlantic 10 1994 Atlantic 10 1995 Big East 1996 Big East 1997 Big East 1998 Big East 1999 Big East 2000 Big East 2001 Big East 2002 Big East 2003 Big East 2004 Big East 2005 Big East 2006 Big East 2007 Big East 2008 Big East 2009 Big East 2010 Big East 2011 Big East 2012 Big East 2013 American 2014 Big Ten 2015 Big Ten 2016

Record 5-3 5-3 5-7 4-7 6-6 9-2 11-4-1 14-2 14-2 14-2 11-5 14-2 14-6 15-4 13-11 15-7 13-11 17-3 19-7 18-5 18-8 15-11 19-6 13-11 12-12 13-14 20-7 11-16 8-19 15-12 11-16 16-11 14-10 14-9 7-17 9-15

Place 1-East 1-East T2-East 4-East 3-East 1-East 1-East 1-East 1-East 1-East 1-East 1-East 1 3 4 2-National T2-National 1 2 1 2 T3 1 5 5 T6 T1 T9 11 6 10 T5 5 T3 11 11

AMERICAN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 1 Appearance 1-2 Record

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SERIES RECORDS/NCAA TOURNAMENT Adelphi 3-2 UAB 0-1 American 1-0 American Legion 1-0 Amherst 1-1-1 Arkansas State 1-2 Army 21-9 Auburn 1-1 Ball State 0-1 Boston College 16-8 Bowdoin 1-0 Bowling Green 1-0 Brown 1-0 Bucknell 16-3 Buffalo 1-0 BYU 1-0 Cal-Berkeley 0-1 Canisuis 1-0 CCNY 3-0 Central Connecticut 2-0 Central Florida 4-11 Central Michigan 0-2 Chicago 1-0 Cincinnati 19-6 Clemson 1-1 Colby 0-1 Colgate 21-7-1 Columbia 45-23 Connecticut 33-31 Cornell 1-0 Creighton 0-2 CW Post 5-0-1 Dartmouth 2-3 Delaware 31-27 Delaware St. 1-0 Drexel 1-0 Duquesne 6-0 East Carolina 0-4 Eckerd 0-1 Fairfield 1-0 Fairleigh Dickinson 26-8 Florida Atlantic 8-22 Florida Gulf Coast 3-1 FIU 15-35 Florida Memorial 4-1 Florida State 0-1 Fordham 30-12-3 Fort Monmouth 1-0 Franklin & Marshall 0-1 George Mason 2-2 Georgetown 45-8 George Washington 10-8 Georgia 1-1 Georgia Southern 1-1 Georgia Tech 11-47 Gettysburg 1-0 Glassboro 2-0 Harvard 3-0 Hartford 2-1 Hofstra 8-6 Houston 1-2 Howard 2-0 Illinois 0-4 Illinois State 1-0 Illinois-Chicago 1-0 Indiana 2-4 Indiana State 0-1 Iona 27-5 Iowa 4-5 Jacksonville 3-0 James Madison 1-2 Johns Hopkins 3-0 Kansas 0-1 Kansas State 1-0 Kentucky 1-2 Kilmer 1-0 Lafayette 69-29-1 Lambuth 1-2

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La Salle 1-0 Lehigh 61-15 Liberty 2-3 Lipsomb 1-0 Long Island 6-6 Louisville 9-21 Maguire Air Force 3-0 Maine 5-6-1 Manhattan 0-1 Marist 1-0 Maryland 7-6-1 Massachusetts 33-28 MIT 0-1 Memphis 2-4 Miami 10-52 Miami (OH) 0-1 Michigan 3-3 Michigan State 1-7 Middle Tennesee State 0-1 Minnesota 5-4 Monmouth 27-9 Monmouth CC 1-1 Montclair State 8-8 Morristown 1-0 Muhlenberg 2-0 Murray State 8-8 Navy 3-5 Nebraska 1-5 Newark Bears 3-1 New Hampshire 5-0 NJIT 6-0 NYU 10-7 New York Tech 5-5 North Carolina 3-11 Northwestern 2-4 UNC-Charlotte 1-0 North Carolina State 4-5 North Dakota 1-0 Northeastern 3-0 Northwestern 2-4 Northern Iowa 1-0 Notre Dame 20-34 Oklahoma 1-3 Oklahoma State 0-2 Old Dominion 34-23 Ohio State 2-5 Oregon State 0-2 Pace 11-4 Panzer 2-1 Pennsylvania 7-4 Penn State 31-37 Pittsburgh 28-18 Princeton 59-37-3 Providence 7-8 Purdue 3-2 Rhode Island 42-11 Rice 0-1 Richmond 2-0 Rider 41-26 Rollins 0-2 Rutgers Camden 1-0 Rutgers Newark 2-0 St. Bonaventure 7-2 St. Francis (NY) 9-2 St. John’s 34-50 St. Joseph’s 38-10 St. Leo 0-2 St. Peter’s 22-2 St. Thomas 6-2 Seton Hall 53-57-1 South Alabama 0-1 South Florida 14-13 Southern Illinois 7-11 Stanford 0-1 Stetson 1-2 Stevens 2-0 Syracuse 4-3 Tampa 1-1

Temple 43-23-1 Texas 1-1 Texas A&M 1-2 Texas Tech 0-1 Trenton State (TCNJ) 2-1 Trinity 1-0 Tufts 1-0 Tulane 4-11 Upsala 8-3 Vanderbilt 0-1-1 Villanova 39-38 Virginia 5-1 Virginia Common. 8-7 Virginia Tech 8-5 Wagner 21-4-2 Washington & Lee 0-0-1 Washington State 0-2 Wesleyan 1-0 West Virginia 38-22 William & Mary 13-6 William Patterson 4-3-1 Wisconsin 2-0

RUTGERS IN NCAA TOURNAMENT (16-30)

1950 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES, OMAHA, NEB. Rutgers 4, Texas 2 ............................................................................... 1-0 Rutgers 5, Wisconsin 3........................................................................ 2-0 Washington St. 3, Rutgers 1................................................................ 2-1 Rutgers 16, Wisconsin 2...................................................................... 3-1 Texas 15, Rutgers 9.............................................................................. 3-2 1966 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP, PRINCETON, N.J. St. John’s 9, Rutgers 4.......................................................................... 3-3 Rutgers 3, Colgate 2............................................................................. 4-3 Lafayette 4, Rutgers 3.......................................................................... 4-4 1968 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP, PRINCETON, N.J. St. John’s 12, Rutgers 0........................................................................ 4-5 NYU 5, Rutgers 0.................................................................................. 4-6 1970 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP, PRINCETON, N.J. Seton Hall 3, Rutgers 0........................................................................ 4-7 Penn State 5, Rutgers 1....................................................................... 4-8 1986 NORTHEAST REGIONAL, ORONO, MAINE Maine 5, Rutgers 1.............................................................................. 4-9 Rider 9, Rutgers 4.............................................................................. 4-10 1988 NORTHEAST REGIONAL, NEW BRITAIN, CONN. Kentucky 6, Rutgers 2........................................................................ 4-11 Rutgers 6, Clemson 1......................................................................... 5-11 Stanford 8, Rutgers 1......................................................................... 5-12 1990 NCAA EAST REGIONAL, WATERBURY, CONN. North Carolina 3, Rutgers 2............................................................... 5-13 Rutgers 15, Connecticut 5................................................................. 6-13 Rutgers 5, Maine 4............................................................................ 7-13 Rutgers 9, North Carolina 4............................................................... 8-13 Rutgers 4, Georgia 3.......................................................................... 9-13 Georgia 20, Rutgers 9........................................................................ 9-14 1991 CENTRAL REGIONAL, AUSTIN, TEXAS Oklahoma St. 9, Rutgers 4................................................................. 9-15 UAB 10, Rutgers 9.............................................................................. 9-16 1993 MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL, KNOXVILLE, TENN. Clemson 7, Rutgers 3......................................................................... 9-17 Rutgers 5, UNC-Charlotte 1............................................................. 10-17 Kansas 9, Rutgers 2.......................................................................... 10-18 1998 SOUTH REGIONAL, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Rutgers 17, Auburn 15..................................................................... 11-18 Oklahoma 9, Rutgers 7.................................................................... 11-19 Auburn 7, Rutgers 4......................................................................... 11-20 1999 REGIONAL, LUBBOCK, TEXAS Texas Tech 5, Rutgers 2.................................................................... 11-21 Rice 6, Rutgers 1.............................................................................. 11-22 2000 REGIONAL, UPPER MONTCLAIR, N.J. Rutgers 4, Army 3............................................................................ 12-22 North Carolina 9, Rutgers 3............................................................. 12-23 Penn State 6, Rutgers 5................................................................... 12-24 2001 REGIONAL, LINCOLN, NEB. Rutgers 4, BYU 3.............................................................................. 13-24 Nebraska 5, Rutgers 4...................................................................... 13-25 Rutgers 6, No. Iowa 5...................................................................... 14-25 Nebraska 14, Rutgers 10.................................................................. 14-26 2003 REGIONAL, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. South Alabama 14, Rutgers 1.......................................................... 14-27 Rutgers 9, Jacksonville 5.................................................................. 15-27 Florida State 17, Rutgers 6.............................................................. 15-28 2007 REGIONAL, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA. Oregon State 5, Rutgers 1................................................................ 15-29 Rutgers 11, Lafayette 10.................................................................. 16-29 Oregon State 5, Rutgers 2................................................................ 16-30


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1946 CHARLES WARD -- 9-5 4/6 CONNECTICUT L 12-10 4/10 COLUMBIA W 18-8 4/13 COLGATE W 9-7 4/17 PRINCETON W 14-8 4/20 SETON HALL L 19-18 4/24 at Drexel W 20-7 5/1 PANZER L 12-4 5/8 at Stevens W 4-2 5/11 at Lehigh W 10-4 5/15 CAMP KILMER W 11-4 5/20 at Lafayette W 4-1 5/22 LEHIGH L 4-3 5/25 at Princeton W 7-3 6/8 Boston College L 11-6 1947 CHARLES WARD -- 10-4 3/29 at Maryland W 3/31 at Columbia L 4/3 TRINITY W 4/7 FORDHAM L 4/11 NWK BEARS W 4/12 PANZER W 4/23 at Lehigh W 4/26 RUTGERS NWK W 4/30 at Princeton L 5/10 at Lafayette L 5/17 LEHIGH W 5/19 at Morristown W 5/23 at Amer. Leg. W 5/24 LAFAYETTE W

4-0 7-6 6-1 6-5 7-4 7-6 5-3 17-2 3-1 3-2 10-1 5-1 12-5 7-2

1948 CHARLES WARD -- 21-3 3/31 SYRACUSE L 7-2 4/3 WESLEYAN W 13-3 4/7 COLUMBIA W 4-2 4/9 at Army W 9-6 4/10 PANZER W 17-16 4/16 COLGATE W 9-2 4/17 MARYLAND W 12-7 4/20 at Stevens W 9-0 4/21 at Lehigh W 3-2 4/24 PRINCETON W 8-0 4/28 at New York W 9-5 4/29 at Fort Monmouth W 5-3 5/1 SETON HALL L 2-0 5/8 LAFAYETTE W 7-6 5/11 at Princeton W 5-3 5/12 TEMPLE W 6-5 5/15 LEHIGH W 2-1 5/17 at Navy W 2-0 5/19 VILLANOVA W 5-1 5/21 NEWARK COL. W 5-0 5/22 at Lafayette W 7-0 6/8 MARYLAND W 8-1 6/9 Navy (NCAA) L 3-2 6/12 HARVARD W 4-1 1949 CHARLES WARD -- 18-9-1 3/28 at Virginia W 3/29 at Virginia W 3/30 at William & Mary W 4/1 at Maryland T 4/2 at GW L 4/4 at Navy L 4/9 FORDHAM W 4/12 at Temple W 4/15 CONNECTICUT W 4/16 Army W 4/19 NEWARK BEARS L 4/20 at Villanova W 4/26 PENN STATE W 4/27 at Seton Hall L 4/30 LAFAYETTE W 5/3 at Syracuse W 5/4 at Colgate W 5/11 at Columbia W 5/13 GEORGETOWN L

6-4 11-5 9-2 2-2 11-8 6-4 9-6 11-6 5-2 7-6 10-1 5-1 6-2 11-4 16-3 15-8 11-2 4-1 6-0

5/14 at Lafayette 5/18 LEHIGH 5/21 PRINCETON 5/28 at Princeton 6/6 St. John’s (NCAA) 6/7 Seton Hall (NCAA) 6/7 Penn State (NCAA) 6/10 at Lafayette 6/11 VIRGINIA

W W W L L W L W L

5-1 7-0 3-0 5-3 14-8 7-5 7-4 4-1 4-1

1950 GEORGE M. CASE -- 20-6-1 3/27 at Maryland W 10-0 3/28 at Maryland L 10-7 3/29 at Virginia W 3-2 3/31 at Washington & Lee T 6-6 4/1 at GW W 4-3 4/8 NAVY W 11-5 4/10 at Georgetown W 4-3 4/12 COLUMBIA W 11-4 4/15 at Penn State W 6-3 4/19 LEHIGH W 15-0 4/21 COLGATE L 7-6 4/22 PRINCETON W 12-5 4/29 at Lafayette W 14-12 5/4 at Fordham W 10-2 5/6 AMHERST W 12-0 5/8 TEMPLE W 11-5 5/10 VILLANOVA W 12-2 5/17 at Lehigh W 17-4 5/20 LAFAYETTE W 9-8 5/27 at Princeton L 3-2 6/5 SETON HALL L 13-3 6/10 VIRGINIA W 10-8 6/15 vs. Texas (CWS) W 4-2 6/17 vs. Wisconsin (CWS) W 5-3 6/19 vs. Washington St. (CWS) L 3-1 6/21 vs. Wisconsin (CWS) W 16-2 6/22 vs. Texas (CWS) L 15-9 District II Champs NCAA World Series Third Place 1951 GEORGE M. CASE -- 15-8 3/26 at Johns Hopkins W 13-1 3/27 at Maryland L 7-6 3/28 at GW W 4-2 3/29 at Georgetown L 3-2 4/4 at Navy W 6-5 4/7 MARYLAND W 10-6 4/14 C.C.N.Y. W 7-4 4/17 at Villanova W 17-3 4/18 at Columbia W 3-1 4/21 LAFAYETTE W 8-5 4/27 PENN STATE L 2-1 4/28 at Lehigh L 14-4 4/30 ST. JOHN’S L 9-4 5/1 PRINCETON L 4-3 5/4 at Newark Col. W 16-0 5/5 SO. JERSEY-RU W 3-2 5/8 at Seton Hall L 8-4 5/12 DELAWARE W 4-3 5/14 at Army W 4-3 5/16 LEHIGH W 19-1 5/19 at Lafayette W 8-3 6/6 at Princeton L 2-1 6/9 FORDHAM W 8-4 1952 GEORGE M. CASE -- 9-7-1 3/27 at Maryland L 8-1 3/28 at Maryland L 6-5 3/29 at Navy L 8-4 4/2 VILLANOVA L 3-1 4/10 PRINCETON W 6-1 4/12 C.C.N.Y. W 8-6 4/19 GEORGETOWN W 5-2 4/22 at Army W 11-4 4/30 COLUMBIA L 11-8 5/2 at Penn State L 11-5 5/3 at Lafayette L 8-2

5/10 5/14 5/16 5/17 5/31 6/7

at Delaware at Lehigh COLGATE LAFAYETTE at Princeton FORDHAM

W W W W W T

8-6 2-0 12-3 7-3 7-2 9-9

1953 GEORGE M. CASE -- 9-5 4/1 at Maryland L 5-3 4/2 at Johns Hopkins W 5-3 4/3 at American Univ. W 15-1 4/8 TEMPLE W 6-0 4/11 at Columbia L 6-3 4/15 at Army W 3-1 4/22 at Villanova L 2-0 4/25 at Lehigh W 4-2 4/28 at Princeton L 3-0 5/9 at Fordham W 3-1 5/13 LEHIGH W 7-2 5/16 LAFAYETTE L 4-0 5/20 DELAWARE W 10-0 5/23 at Colgate W 11-0 1954 GEORGE M. CASE -- 9-11 4/2 at Johns Hopkins W 10-3 4/7 TUFTS W 6-3 4/10 COLUMBIA L 1-0 4/13 at Navy L 8-7 4/14 at Penn W 9-7 4/21 ST. JOHN’S L 7-4 4/23 COLGATE L 3-2 4/24 LEHIGH W 6-2 5/1 at Lafayette L 9-1 5/5 at Penn State L 1-0 5/12 at Delaware L 7-6 5/15 FORDHAM W 16-7 5/19 at Lehigh W 1-0 5/22 LAFAYETTE L 6-4 5/29 at Princeton L 2-0 6/5 CONNECTICUT W 4-2 1955 GEORGE M. CASE -- 9-11 4/5 PENN L 3-1 4/6 PRINCETON W 13-4 4/7 at Columbia W 5-3 4/9 TEMPLE W 4-1 4/9 TEMPLE L 3-0 4/15 PENN STATE W 4-1 4/16 at Fordham L 3-2 4/20 LAFAYETTE L 2-0 4/23 LEHIGH W 3-2 4/23 LEHIGH W 2-0 4/27 at Princeton L 5-4 4/30 at Lafayette L 4-3 5/4 NEWARK RU W 18-1 5/7 DELAWARE L 4-0 5/7 DELAWARE W 2-1 5/11 McGUIRE AF W 6-0 5/12 at Villanova L 9-4 5/18 at Lehigh L 10-5 5/20 at Syracuse L 7-1 5/21 at Colgate L 9-4 1956 4/2 4/3 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/27 4/28 5/5 5/8 5/10

GEORGE M. CASE -- 10-8-1 U. OF MAINE T at Penn W PRINCETON W at Temple W COLUMBIA L COLUMBIA W COLGATE L at Lehigh W N.Y.U. L SYRACUSE W at Lafayette L at Penn State L at Delaware L at Princeton L

4-4 8-6 3-2 7-6 5-2 6-3 8-5 3-0 10-0 7-1 10-5 7-2 1-0 4-3

5/12 FORDHAM 5/12 FORDHAM 5/16 LAFAYETTE 5/19 LEHIGH 5/19 LEHIGH

W W L W W

2-0 4-3 21-8 5-0 5-4

1957 GEORGE M. CASE -- 6-10 4/3 TEMPLE W 6-5 4/9 PRINCETON W 11-8 4/12 Army L 4-2 4/13 VILLANOVA L 16-3 4/20 LEHIGH W 6-1 4/24 PENN W 8-4 4/27 at Lafayette L 11-1 5/1 at Princeton L 9-1 5/3 PENN STATE L 9-7 5/4 at NYU L 12-6 5/7 DELAWARE L 8-1 5/8 at Columbia L 13-8 5/15 LAFAYETTE W 5-4 5/17 at FORDHAM L 16-3 5/18 at Lehigh W 5-3 6/1 St. John’s L 5-0 1958 GEORGE M. CASE -- 8-9 3/29 COLBY L 4/1 C.C.N.Y. W 4/2 at Pennsylvania L 4/3 MAINE W 4/9 PRINCETON L 4/10 at St. John’s W 4/15 COLUMBIA W 4/16 at Army L 4/19 at Lehigh L 4/26 at Lafayette L 4/30 Muhlenberg W 5/2 at NYU L 5/10 at Delaware L 5/12 at Princeton L 5/14 LAFAYETTE W 5/16 COLGATE W 5/17 LEHIGH W

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

1959 GEORGE M. CASE -- 12-5 3/26 BOWDOIN W 10-0 3/31 M.I.T. L 2-1 4/4 at Pennsylvania W 7-5 4/8 PRINCETON W 5-3 4/15 at Army W 6-3 4/17 FORDHAM W 6-5 4/18 LEHIGH W 5-2 4/22 at Temple L 7-1 4/25 LAFAYETTE W 11-10 4/30 NYU W 6-1 5/2 ST. JOHN’S L 3-1 5/6 at Lafayette W 6-1 5/8 at Princeton L 6-5 5/9 DELAWARE L 3-2 5/12 VILLANOVA W 7-6 5/16 at Lehigh W 7-3 6/6 HOFSTRA W 4-3 1960 GEORGE M. CASE -- 11-6 4/1 MAINE W 3-2 4/6 PRINCETON L 7-5 4/9 PENN L 10-4 4/13 at Wagner W 17-12 4/15 COLGATE W 7-0 4/16 at Lehigh L 1-0 4/20 HOWARD` .W 14-2 4/23 TEMPLE L 6-5 4/26 COLUMBIA W 6-4 4/28 at NYU L 13-12 4/30 PENN STATE W 4-3 5/3 at Princeton W 3-1 5/4 at Columbia W 18-4 5/7 LAFAYETTE W 8-4 5/14 LEHIGH W 25-13

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 5/19 at Fordham L 9-5 5/21 at Delaware W 8-4 1961 MATT BOLGER -- 15-4-1 4/5 ST. JOHN’S W 6-3 4/7 PRINCETON T 10-10 4/12 WAGNER W 10-5 4/15 at Lehigh W 11-4 4/19 VILLANOVA W 2-0 4/20 at Pennsylvania W 11-6 4/22 at Colgate L 8-5 4/27 RIDER W 3-0 4/28 at Hofstra W 13-8 5/1 at Columbia L 4-1 5/3 at Penn State L 15-2 5/5 at Temple W 10-8 5/6 SETON HALL W 5-3 5/8 NYU W 5-0 5/11 at Lafayette W 11-5 5/13 LEHIGH W 5-2 5/17 LAFAYETTE W 3-1 5/19 at Princeton L 4-2 5/20 DELAWARE W 12-2 5/20 DELAWARE W 3-0

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1962 MATT BOLGER -- 14-4 3/30 at Virginia W 4/4 at Villanova W 4/11 at Army W 4/14 LEHIGH W 4/17 at Princeton L 4/19 at Gettysburg W 4/21 COLGATE W 4/24 at Rider W 4/26 at Muhlenberg W 4/28 BUCKNELL W 5/1 at Columbia W 5/4 PRINCETON W 5/9 LAFAYETTE L 5/11 COLUMBIA W 5/12 at Lehigh W 5/14 PENN W 5/15 at Lafayette L 5/19 at Delaware L

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

1963 MATT BOLGER -- 11-5 4/4 VILLANOVA W 4/6 at Seton Hall L 4/11 GLASSBORO W 4/13 at Lehigh W 4/16 PRINCETON W 4/18 ST. JOHN’S L 4/20 at Penn State W 4/23 RIDER L 4/25 at Hofstra W 4/27 at Bucknell L 5/1 COLGATE W 5/3 at Princeton W 5/4 TRENTON ST. W 5/8 at Army W 5/15 LEHIGH L 5/17 LAFAYETTE W

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

1964 MATT BOLGER -- 9-11 4/1 COLGATE W 4/4 BROWN W 4/9 SETON HALL L 4/11 LEHIGH W 4/16 at St. John’s L 4/18 PENN STATE L 4/18 PENN STATE L 4/24 RIDER L 4/25 BUCKNELL W 4/27 at Princeton W 5/2 at Colgate L 5/4 HOFSTRA L 5/6 at Army L 5/7 LAFAYETTE W

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

5/9 5/11 5/13 5/15 5/16 5/16

GLASSBORO TRENTON ST. at Lehigh at Lafayette at Delaware at Delaware

W L W W L L

5-3 3-2 5-0 7-3 6-5 8-0

1965 MATT BOLGER -- 11-10 4/6 COLUMBIA L 4/9 NEW HAMP. W 4/10 at Lehigh W 4/15 COLGATE W 4/17 LAFAYETTE W 4/20 PRINCETON L 4/23 at Bucknell L 4/24 at Penn State W 4/24 at Penn State W 4/28 at Army W 4/30 at Long Island W 5/4 at Columbia W 5/5 at Lafayette L 5/8 at Trenton St. W 5/10 at Seton Hall L 5/12 LEHIGH W 5/15 VILLANOVA L 5/17 ST. JOHN’S L 5/18 RIDER L 5/19 at Princeton L 5/20 at Hofstra L

2-1 4-1 3-2 4-0 2-0 2-1 3-2 3-2 3-2 75 6-5 11-3 8-2 6-2 9-3 4-0 6-3 11-8 7-6 4-2 4-3

1966 MATT BOLGER -- 12-8-1 4/6 at Columbia W 4/8 NEW HAMP. W 4/9 SETON HALL L 4/11 at Fordham W 4/12 at St. John’s L 4/14 LEHIGH W 4/16 LAFAYETTE L 4/19 at Princeton W 4/23 PENN STATE L 4/23 PENN STATE W 4/26 HOFSTRA W 4/29 at Cornell W 4/30 at Colgate T 5/2 COLUMBIA L 5/3 at Lafayette L 5/5 LONG ISLAND W 5/7 at Delaware W 5/10 PRINCETON W vs. St. John’s (NCAA) L vs. Colgate (NCAA) W vs. Lafayette (NCAA) L

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

1967 MATT BOLGER -- 13-5 3/31 NEW  HAMP. W 6-1 4/1 BUCKNELL W 9-0 4/5 at Columbia W 7-5 4/8 LAFAYETTE L 9-1 4/10 at Seton Hall W 9-5 4/12 ST. JOHN’S W 7-6 4/14 at Lehigh W 7-3 4/15 SYRACUSE L 6-0 4/15 SYRACUSE W 5-4 4/18 PRINCETON W 5-0 4/20 at Army W 6-4 4/22 PENN STATE L 10-2 4/22 PENN STATE L 4-2 4/29 VILLANOVA L 4-3 5/2 at Lafayette W 12-5 5/4 LEHIGH W 5-1 5/6 at Colgate W 2-0 5/9 at Princeton W 1-0 1968 MATT BOLGER -- 15-7-1 3/20 ST. PETERS W 3/29 FDU W 4/2 at Army L 4/4 COLUMBIA W

15-6 2-0 6-2 6-3

4/6 at Lafayette 4/10 NEW HAMP. 4/12 LEHIGH 4/13 COLGATE 4/15 at Fordham 4/16 at Princeton 4/18 at Delaware 4/20 PENN STATE 4/20 PENN STATE 4/22 HOFSTRA 4/25 SETON HALL 4/26 at St. John’s 4/29 at Rider 4/30 LAFAYETTE 5/2 at Lehigh 5/4 at Villanova 5/7 PRINCETON 5/31 St. John’s (NCAA) 6/1 NYU (NCAA)

L W W W T W W L W W W W L W W L W L L

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

1969 MATT BOLGER -- 13-17-1 3/21 Kentucky L 5-1 3/21 Georgia Southern W 8-5 3/22 Kentucky W 3-2 3/22 Georgia Southern L 5-2 3/25 Rollins L 4-2 3/26 Northwestern W 3-2 3/27 Amherst L 5-3 3/27 Amherst T 3-3 3/28 Rollins L 5-0 3/29 Northwestern L 6-5 4/1 DARTMOUTH L 7-2 4/3 at Army W 11-5 4/5 LAFAYETTE W 3-2 4/7 ST. JOHN’S L 5-4 4/9 NEW HAMP. W 3-0 4/11 at Lehigh W 5-2 4/13 at Seton Hall W 5-3 4/15 PRINCETON W 6-4 4/21 at Hofstra L 3-1 4/24 SETON HALL L 9-8 4/26 at Colgate L 8-0 4/26 at Colgate W 7-0 4/28 RIDER L 5-4 4/30 at Lafayette L 7-3 5/1 LEHIGH L 7-3 5/3 DELAWARE W 3-0 5/7 FORDHAM W 3-0 5/8 at Columbia L 7-4 5/10 N.Y.U. L 8-4 5/11 at FDU W 3-1 5/13 at Princeton L 3-0 1970 MATT BOLGER -- 15-8 4/6 at Delaware L 5-2 4/7 COLUMBIA W 10-5 4/10 SETON HALL L 8-2 4/12 at Fordham W 9-0 4/13 LEHIGH W 4-3 4/18 at Penn State W 9-4 4/18 at Penn State L 6-2 4/22 HOFSTRA L 7-6 4/25 COLGATE W 3-0 4/25 COLGATE W 7-3 4/26 at Seton Hall L 1-0 4/29 at Lehigh W 9-6 5/1 at St. John’s W 4-2 5/2 at Villanova L 6-2 5/4 at Rider W 7-3 5/6 at Lafayette W 7-4 5/7 FDU W 9-1 5/9 NYU W 5-2 5/9 NYU W 9-4 5/11 at Princeton W 6-2 5/12 PRINCETON W 2-1 vs. Seton Hall (NCAA) L 3-0 vs. Penn State (NCAA) L 5-1

1971 MATT BOLGER -- 12-10 3/30 DARTMOUTH W 4-1 4/1 at Army L 4-1 4/2 SETON HALL W 8-5 4/3 MAINE L 6-4 4/3 MAINE L 7-5 4/6 DELAWARE L 7-1 4/8 at FDU W 8-4 4/10 FORDHAM W 6-5 4/13 PRINCETON L 6-2 4/15 at Lehigh W 2-1 4/17 PENN STATE W 3-2 4/17 PENN STATE L 1-0 4/18 at Seton Hall L 7-2 4/20 at Lafayette W 5-1 4/23 at Syracuse W 8-2 4/27 ST. JOHN’S L 8-4 4/29 RIDER L 12-5 5/1 N.Y.U. W 14-13 5/1 N.Y.U. W 8-4 5/4 at Columbia W 13-5 5/5 LAFAYETTE L 11-3 5/11 at Princeton W 11-2 1972 MATT BOLGER -- 9-11 3/28 DARTMOUTH L 9-5 3/29 at Delaware L 5-0 3/30 SETON HALL W 10-6 4/3 FDU W 3-2 4/6 at Army W 2-1 4/10 LEHIGH W 9-7 4/12 PRINCETON W 8-6 4/15 at Penn State L 1-0 4/15 at Penn State L 6-2 4/18 LAFAYETTE L 2-0 4/20 at Villanova L 6-4 4/25 at Lehigh L 8-0 4/27 at Rider L 7-0 4/29 N.Y.U. L 8-2 4/29 N.Y.U. W 10-9 4/30 at St. John’s L 4-0 5/2 COLUMBIA L 7-0 5/5 HOFSTRA W 9-4 5/6 BUCKNELL W 10-3 5/6 BUCKNELL W 5-4 1973 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/27 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/3 4/7 4/7 4/9 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/19 4/21 4/21 4/24 4/30 5/2 5/5 5/7 5/8

MATT BOLGER -- 13-18 at Murray State L at Murray State W at Murray State W at Murray State L at Memphis State L at Memphis State L at Louisville L at Louisville W DARTMOUTH L SETON HALL W CONNECTICUT L CONNECTICUT L DELAWARE L FORDHAM L FORDHAM W at Lehigh L at Princeton W at FDU L PENN STATE W PENN STATE L at Seton Hall W LAFAYETTE W ST. JOHN’S L COLGATE W COLGATE W LEHIGH L at Columbia W at Lafayette L VILLANOVA W RIDER L PRINCETON L

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


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1974 MATT BOLGER -- 15-17 3/16 at Murray State L 11-2 3/17 at Murray State W 5-1 3/17 at Murray State L 11-0 3/18 Illinois, Chicago W 7-5 3/18 at Arkansas State W 5-2 3/19 at Arkansas State L 6-4 3/19 at Arkansas State L 14-3 3/20 at Lambuth L 9-8 3/26 DARTMOUTH W 10-4 4/28 SETON HALL L 12-6 4/1 COLUMBIA L 16-1 4/3 at Army L 2-1 4/6 LEHIGH W 5-2 4/7 at Fordham W 10-5 4/7 at Fordham L 8-5 4/8 LEHIGH W 4-2 4/12 at Bucknell W 8-5 4/13 at Penn State W 1-0 4/13 at Penn State W 8-3 4/16 at Lafayette W 3-2 4/18 at St. John’s L 7-6 4/20 COLGATE W 7-0 4/20 COLGATE W 5-1 4/21 at Seton Hall L 1-0 4/23 at Lehigh L 6-5 4/24 at Princeton L 8-7 4/27 N.Y.U. W 7-5 4/30 at Rider L 19-14 5/2 LAFAYETTE L 6-1 5/4 at Villanova L 9-5 5/5 FDU L 6-5 5/6 HOFSTRA W 12-7 1975 MATT BOLGER -- 14-13-1 3/21 at Murray State L 15-0 3/22 at Univ. of Chicago W 7-3 3/23 at Murray State L 12-2 3/24 at Vanderbilt T 7-7 3/25 at Lambuth L 4-3 3/26 at Lambuth W 11-2 3/27 North Dakota W 14-4 3/27 at Murray State L 21-10 3/31 F&M L 11-2 4/1 SETON HALL L 20-1 4/2 at Columbia L 11-10 4/5 FORDHAM W 8-0 4/7 at Lehigh W 13-5 4/8 at Princeton W 5-4 4/10 DELAWARE L 2-0 4/12 PENN STATE L 4-2 4/12 PENN STATE W 4-2 4/17 ST. JOHN’S L 11-0 4/22 LEHIGH W 4-3 4/23 PRINCETON W 9-0 4/27 LONG ISLAND W 7-3 4/27 LONG ISLAND W 3-1 4/30 at FDU W 8-7 5/3 VILLANOVA L 7-2 5/7 RIDER W 7-0 5/9 LAFAYETTE L 10-2 5/10 at Seton Hall L 10-5 5/12 at Army W 2-0 1976 MATT BOLGER -- 14-8 3/27 NORTHEASTERN W 1-0 3/30 COLUMBIA L 5-3 4/4 at Seton Hall L 12-10 4/7 PRINCETON W 13-7 4/9 at Bucknell W 5-3 4/10 at Penn State L 7-4 4/10 at Penn State L 8-7 4/13 LAFAYETTE W 12-8 4/14 at St. John’s L 9-8 4/16 MONMOUTH C.C. W 8-3 4/20 at Lehigh W 6-5

4/21 4/24 4/28 4/30 5/4 5/8 5/15 5/21 5/22

at Princeton at Fordham at Lafayette FDU ARMY SETON HALL FAIRFIELD St. John’s (ECAC) Princeton (ECAC)

L W W W W W W L L

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

1977 MATT BOLGER -- 8-10-1 3/30 LAFAYETTE W 6-1 3/31 at Wagner T 12-12 4/3 SETON HALL L 11-1 4/6 at Princeton L 12-0 4/8 BUCKNELL W 10-1 4/9 PENN STATE L 3-1 4/9 PENN STATE L 9-3 4/11 at Columbia W 7-6 4/13 ST. JOHN’S L 14-3 4/14 at Army W 7-3 4/16 VILLANOVA L 11-7 4/17 at Delaware W 3-2 4/17 at Delaware W 7-4 4/20 LEHIGH W 7-6 4/22 at Monmouth CC L 7-5 4/27 at Lafayette W 7-6 4/29 at FDU L 5-3 5/1 at Temple L 23-5 5/5 PRINCETON L 1-0 1978 MATT BOLGER -- 17-10 3/28 NORTHEASTERN W 5-0 3/29 NORTHEASTERN W 6-5 3/31 LONG ISLAND L 5-2 4/1 UPSALA W 5-2 4/2 at Seton Hall L 3-1 4/4 at Rider W 7-4 4/5 PRINCETON W 17-4 4/8 at Penn State L 6-2 4/8 at Penn State L 3-2 4/9 at Bucknell W 10-2 4/10 LAFAYETTE L 6-2 4/12 at St. John’s W 8-6 4/13 ARMY W 9-4 4/16 DELAWARE W 7-4 4/16 DELAWARE L 11-7 4/17 COLUMBIA W 9-1 4/18 at Lehigh L 4-1 4/21 HOWARD W 7-3 4/22 IONA W 15-4 4/25 TEMPLE L 4-2 4/26 at Lafayette W 5-4 4/28 at FDU L 4-3 4/29 VILLANOVA L 8-7 5/1 at Princeton W 6-1 5/3 LEHIGH W 6-1 5/6 at Fordham W 7-4 5/7 SETON HALL W 2-1 1979 MATT BOLGER -- 5-17 3/27 at Columbia L 3/28 LAFAYETTE W 3/31 at Long Island L 4/1 SETON HALL L 4/6 BUCKNELL W 4/7 PENN STATE L 4/7 PENN STATE L 4/10 at Princeton L 4/11 ST. JOHN’S L 4/12 at Army L 4/16 at Penn L 4/17 LEHIGH W 4/18 MONTCLAIR L 4/20 Penn State (E.A.A) L 4/20 West Virginia (E.A.A.) L 4/24 at Temple L 4/25 at Lafayette L

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

4/29 4/30 5/2 5/5 5/6

RIDER PRINCETON at Lehigh FORDHAM at Seton Hall

L W L W L

1980 MATT BOLGER -- 11-12 3/26 LONG ISLAND W 4/2 PRINCETON L 4/3 at St. John’s L 4/7 LAFAYETTE W 4/10 ARMY L 4/11 SETON HALL L 4/12 IONA L 4/12 IONA W 4/15 LEHIGH W 4/17 at Lafayette 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/21 at Wagner 4/22 TEMPLE 4/23 COLUMBIA 4/24 at Montclair 4/26 VILLANOVA 4/30 at Lehigh 5/3 at Fordham 5/4 at Seton Hall

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

3-2 3-2 5-0 26-6 6-1 4-3 5-3 8-2 5-1 5-4 12-2 5-4 8-1 6-5 9-8

14-6 12-5 22-3 5-4 5-4 6-5 18-0 3-0

1981 MATT BOLGER -- 16-13-1 3/21 at Murray State L 12-4 3/21 at Murray State W 6-4 3/22 at Murray State W 9-6 3/23 at Murray State W 19-3 3/24 at Murray State W 5-3 3/25 at Murray State W 12-3 3/27 CONNECTICUT W 6-1 3/28 at Lehigh L 7-6 3/31 RIDER L 1-0 4/1 at Princeton T 4-4 4/2 BUCKNELL W 17-11 4/3 ST. JOHN’S L 10-0 4/4 PENN STATE W 6-5 4/4 PENN STATE W 8-0 4/6 at Long Island L 19-6 4/7 LAFAYETTE W 9-2 4/8 at Rhode Island W 7-1 4/8 at Rhode Island W 4-2 4/11 UPSALA L 9-3 4/13 at Pennsylvania W 8-2 4/15 ST. PETER’S W 11-8 4/16 at Lafayette W 10-8 4/18 UMASS L 3-1 4/18 UMASS L 13-5 4/20 WAGNER W 20-4 4/21 at Temple L 14-6 4/22 at Adelphi L 7-6 4/24 FDU W 17-9 4/25 at UMass W 8-4 4/25 at UMass W 5-3 4/27 PRINCETON W 7-5 4/28 at Delaware L 10-6 4/29 RHODE ISLAND L 9-8 4/29 RHODE ISLAND W 8-4 5/2 FORDHAM L 11-2 5/3 at Seton Hall L 17-11 1982 MATT BOLGER -- 14-9 3/29 COLUMBIA W 6-5 3/30 at Rider W 8-2 4/1 ST. JOHN’S W 9-3 4/2 at Bucknell W 10-6 4/5 LONG ISLAND L 20-3 4/14 at St. Peter’s W 3-1 4/17 at UMass L 5-3

4/17 at UMass 4/18 at Rhode Island 4/18 at Rhode Island 4/19 at Wagner 4/20 TEMPLE 4/21 ADELPHI 4/22 MONTCLAIR 4/24 UMASS 4/24 UMASS 4/27 LAFAYETTE 4/29 at William Paterson 5/1 RHODE ISLAND 5/1 RHODE ISLAND 5/2 SETON HALL 5/3 at FDU 5/5 at Fordham 5/8 West Virginia (E.A.A.) 5/8 West Virginia (E.A.A.) 5/9 West Virginia (E.A.A.)

L 4-1 L 5-1 W 4-0 L 1-0 L 12-9 W 23-14 W 6-5 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 5-2 L 7-1 W 9-8 W 5-0 L 7-6 L 12-1 W 8-6 L 8-2 W 6-5 L 7-5

1983 MATT BOLGER -- 13-22 3/18 Tampa L 7-2 3/19 St. Leo L 5-4 3/20 St. Leo L 6-2 3/21 Tampa W 10-8 3/22 Eckerd L 7-5 3/23 USF L 12-11 3/24 USF L 4-0 3/24 USF L 19-3 3/29 Bucknell L 18-6 4/2 Temple L 4-2 4/2 Temple W 1-0 4/4 LONG ISLAND L 8-5 4/5 Montclair L 5-2 4/6 Princeton L 7-6 4/7 Upsala W 7-3 4/13 St. Peter’s W 3-0 4/14 St. John’s L 9-1 4/15 Seton Hall L 8-1 4/1 Wagner W 9-8 4/18 Rhode Island L 7-1 4/18 Rhode Island L 4-1 4/2 St. Joseph’s W 4-2 4/22 St. Joseph’s L 8-0 4/23 Penn State W 9-3 4/23 Penn State W 4-1 4/26 Lafayette W 12-8 4/27 Delaware L 12-2 4/29 Lehigh W 14-3 4/30 Temple L 10-3 4/30 Temple L 9-0 5/1 Rhode Island W 5-3 5/1 Rhode Island W 8-1 5/4 St. Joseph’s L 2-1 5/4 St. Joseph’s W 12-4 5/5 Rider L 12-9 1984 FRED HILL -- 13-21 3/16 Southern Illinois L 9-6 3/17 Miami L 11-4 3/18 Florida Memorial W 26-8 3/20 Florida Memorial L 7-6 3/21 Florida Memorial W 14-2 3/22 FIU L 13-1 3/27 COLUMBIA L 8-4 3/29 Fordham L 9-2 4/2 LONG ISLAND W 11-9 4/7 TEMPLE L 3-2 4/7 TEMPLE L 5-3 4/8 TEMPLE L 14-8 4/10 Lehigh L 12-1 4/11 St. Peter’s W 12-2 4/13 SETON HALL L 5-1 4/14 Rhode Island L 10-2 4/14 Rhode Island W 9-0 4/19 St. Joseph’s L 13-1 4/21 St. Joseph’s L 8-1 4/21 St. Joseph’s W 11-4

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/24 Montclair 4/24 William Paterson 4/25 Delaware 4/27 LEHIGH 4/28 UMASS 4/28 UMASS 4/29 UMASS 4/30 FDU 5/2 LAFAYETTE 5/3 RIDER 5/8 Upsala 5/9 Princeton 5/9 Princeton

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

6-1 8-2 10-2 9-7 13-4 3-0 6-5 13-4 15-5 5-1 4-3 4-0 7-3

1985 FRED HILL -- 25-15 3/15 Southern Illinois L 15-7 3/16 Florida Memorial W 22-1 3/17 Miami L 9-3 3/19 Michigan State W 8-6 3/19 FIU W 6-4 3/20 St. Thomas W 8-2 3/21 FIU L 8-3 3/22 FIU L 2-0 3/23 Florida Atlantic L 14-3 3/26 MONMOUTH W 25-7 3/27 UPSALA W 8-7 3/28 FORDHAM W 11-4 3/29 BUCKNELL W 20-5 3/30 PENN STATE L 16-5 3/30 PENN STATE W 8-7 4/1 Long Island L 10-5 4/3 New York Tech L 9-6 4/4 WAGNER W 11-6 4/5 Temple L 15-3 4/6 Temple W 4-2 4/6 Temple L 5-4 4/9 LEHIGH W 8-6 4/10 ST. PETER’S W 13-1 4/11 Columbia W 23-13 4/13 RHODE ISLAND W 5-3 4/13 RHODE ISLAND W 12-3 4/14 RHODE ISLAND L 8-4 4/17 Adelphi W 4-2 4/18 St. John’s L 5-4 4/20 ST. JOSEPH’S L 6-5 4/20 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5-2 4/21 ST. JOSEPH’S W 8-7 4/21 Florida Memorial W 6-4 4/22 Princeton W 9-4 4/23 MONTCLAIR W 3-1 4/24 WILLIAM PATERSON L 5-4 4/27 UMass W 7-2 4/27 UMass L 9-6 4/28 UMass L 10-8 4/29 FDU W 13-2 5/1 Lafayette W 16-4 1986 FRED HILL -- 28-18 2/28 North Carolina L 6-0 3/1 North Carolina L 6-5 3/2 North Carolina L 12-0 3/14 Southern Illinois L 17-13 3/15 Creighton L 14-1 3/16 St. Thomas L 7-6 3/19 Maine L 14-10 3/20 FIU L 10-4 3/21 FIU W 11-9 3/25 ST. FRANCIS (NY) W 16-7 3/26 Upsala W 14-8 3/27 Monmouth W 16-8 3/28 Bucknell W 11-9 3/29 Penn State W 5-4 3/29 Penn State W 3-2 4/2 NEW YORK TECH W 10-5 4/3 Wagner W 10-4 4/5 TEMPLE W 8-1 4/5 TEMPLE W 5-2 4/8 Lehigh W 7-3

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4/9 COLUMBIA 4/10 PACE 4/12 Rhode Island 4/12 Rhode Island 4/13 Rhode Island 4/15 RIDER 4/19 St. Joseph’s 4/19 St. Joseph’s 4/20 St. Joseph’s 4/22 Montclair 4/24 Delaware 4/25 FDU 4/26 UMASS 4/26 UMASS 4/19 UMASS 4/29 Rider 4/30 LAFAYETTE 5/1 C.W. POST 5/6 Iona 5/8 PRINCETON 5/9 GW 5/10 West Virginia 5/10 West Virginia 5/11 West Virginia 5/16 Maine(NCAA) 5/17 Rider(NCAA)

W 6-4 L 11-10 L 2-0 W 7-4 W 14-3 L 6-2 W 4-2 W 8-1 W 15-6 L 4-0 W 9-3 L 15-10 L 4-3 W 15-1 W 6-1 W 5-1 W 13-11 W 9-7 L 23-10 W 4-3 W 4-1 W 8-3 L 9-4 W 10-3 L 5-1 L 9-4

1987 FRED HILL -- 36-14-1 2/28 William & Mary W 3/6 North Carolina L 3/7 North Carolina L 3/8 North Carolina L 3/13 Southern Illinois W 3/14 La Salle W 3/15 St. Thomas W 3/16 Maine W 3/17 Miami W 3/18 Sothern Illinois L 3/20 Maine L 3/20 FIU L 3/21 FIU W 3/24 St. Francis (NY) W 3/25 UPSALA W 3/26 MONMOUTH W 3/27 BUCKNELL W 3/28 PENN STATE W 3/28 PENN STATE W 4/1 New York Tech L 4/2 WAGNER W 4/3 SETON HALL L 4/5 Temple W 4/6 Temple T 4/8 COLUMBIA W 4/9 Pace W 4/11 RHODE ISLAND W 4/11 RHODE ISLAND W 4/12 RHODE ISLAND L 4/12 RHODE ISLAND W 4/14 Rider W 4/15 Adelphi W 4/21 MONTCLAIR W 4/22 WILLIAM PATERSON W 4/23 DELAWARE W 4/25 UMass L 4/25 UMass W 4/26 UMass L 4/26 UMass L 4/29 Lafayette W 4/30 Temple W 4/30 Temple W 5/1 C.W. Post W 5/2 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5/2 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5/3 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5/3 ST. JOSEPH’S W 5/6 Princeton W 5/8 Penn State W 5/9 West Virginia L

5-4 13-1 8-2 10-9 8-1 27-1 15-3 6-4 12-7 3-2 4-0 3-2 2-1 10-2 9-1 14-6 16-5 5-3 7-2 7-5 10-1 14-4 5-4 2-2 10-4 6-3 16-1 14-4 5-3 7-2 6-4 11-9 4-3 10-2 8-2 6-4 2-0 4-2 12-4 17-8 3-2 11-6 10-4 3-1 10-2 3-0 14-3 7-2 8-1 2-0

5/9

Massachusetts

L

8-3

1988 FRED HILL -- 38-21-1 3/4 Georgia Tech W 10-7 3/5 Georgia Tech L 12-4 3/6 Georgia Tech W 9-7 3/11 North Carolina W 5-1 3/12 North Carolina L 7-5 3/13 North Carolina W 8-3 3/17 Southern Illinois W 7-6 3/17 Maine L 3-0 3/18 FIU L 7-1 3/20 St. Thomas W 13-5 3/21 Air Force W 13-3 3/22 Miami L 4-2 3/23 Miami L 8-2 3/24 FIU L 11-10 3/25 St. Thomas (FL) L 6-4 3/26 Air Force W 10-7 3/29 ST. JOHN’S W 11-6 3/30 NEW YORK TECH L 6-5 3/31 Wagner T 3-3 4/1 TEMPLE W 3-2 4/1 TEMPLE L 5-2 4/2 TEMPLE W 7-5 4/2 TEMPLE W 4-3 4/5 Lehigh W 12-3 4/9 Rhode Island W 1-0 4/9 Rhode Island L 3-0 4/10 Rhode Island W 4-3 4/10 Rhode Island W 12-5 4/12 RIDER L 2-1 4/13 ADELPHI L 6-5 4/14 Seton Hall L 9-7 4/16 St. Joseph’s W 9-0 4/16 St. Joseph’s W 3-1 4/17 St. Joseph’s W 8-3 4/17 St. Joseph’s W 7-4 4/19 MONTCLAIR W 11-6 4/20 William Paterson W 12-7 4/21 Delaware L 7-6 4/22 FDU W 13-7 4/23 UMASS W 4-3 4/23 UMASS W 4-0 4/24 UMASS W 7-6 4/24 UMASS W 8-5 4/26 Rider L 10-5 4/27 LAFAYETTE W 7-6 4/29 C.W. POST W 14-11 4/30 FORDHAM L 2-0 4/30 FORDHAM L 5-2 5/1 UPSALA W 13-10 5/2 Iona W 5-4 5/3 Columbia W 5-0 5/4 PRINCETON W 8-0 5/8 Monmouth W 4-3 5/13 GW W 13-2 5/14 UMASS W 10-1 5/14 UMASS L 8-4 5/15 UMASS W 8-5 5/19 Kentucky (NCAA) L 6-2 5/20 Clemson (NCAA) W 6-1 5/21 Stanford (NCAA) L 8-1 1989 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/11 3/11 3/12 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/21 3/22 3/23

FRED HILL -- 34-19 Georgia Tech W Georgia Tech L Georgia Tech L NC State L NC State L NC State L Southern Illinois W Southern Illinois L St. Thomas W Illinois L St. Thomas W Michigan State L FIU L

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

3/24 Miami 3/28 Monmouth 3/29 New York Tech 4/1 Temple 4/1 Temple 4/2 Temple 4/7 LEHIGH 4/8 RHODE ISLAND 4/8 RHODE ISLAND 4/9 RHODE ISLAND 4/9 RHODE ISLAND 4/11 Rider 4/12 Seton Hall 4/13 SETON HALL 4/15 St. Joseph’s 4/15 St. Joseph’s 4/18 Montclair 4/19 WILLIAM PATERSON 4/20 DELAWARE 4/22 UMass 4/22 UMass 4/23 UMass 4/23 UMass 4/25 Fordham 4/26 Lafayette 4/27 RIDER 4/28 C.W. Post 4/29 St. Joseph’s 4/29 St. Joseph’s 4/30 UPSALA 5/1 IONA 5/3 Princeton 5/4 St. John’s 5/7 MONMOUTH 5/12 Penn State 5/13 Temple 5/13 GW

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

1990 FRED HILL -- 37-19 3/2 Georgia Tech L 3-1 3/3 Georgia Tech L 2-1 3/4 Georgia Tech L 12-2 3/9 VCU W 7-3 3/10 VCU W 4-2 3/11 VCU W 9-6 3/16 Southern Illinois L 9-2 3/16 Miami L 6-2 3/17 Miami L 6-3 3/18 FIU W 8-7 3/20 St. Thomas W 11-3 3/21 FIU L 22-10 3/21 FIU L 8-3 3/22 Washington State L 16-3 3/24 Florida Atlantic W 7-6 3/27 MONMOUTH L 14-2 3/28 NEW YORK TECH L 2-0 3/29 SETON HALL W 4-3 4/5 PACE W 17-5 4/7 Rhode Island L 3-2 4/7 Rhode Island W 9-4 4/8 Rhode Island W 5-4 4/8 Rhode Island W 10-0 4/10 RIDER W 1-0 4/13 St. Joseph’s W 5-1 4/13 St. Joseph’s W 8-3 4/14 St. Joseph’s W 8-5 4/14 St. Joseph’s W 4-0 4/18 William Paterson W 10-8 4/19 DELAWARE W 13-8 4/20 LEHIGH W 15-0 4/21 Massachusetts W 12-5 4/21 Massachusetts W 10-2 4/22 Massachusetts W 2-1 4/22 Massachusetts L 6-5 4/23 MONTCLAIR W 7-6 4/24 FORDHAM L 9-5 4/26 RIDER W 15-7 4/27 C.W. POST W 16-2


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/29 UPSALA 5/1 COLUMBIA 5/2 PRINCETON 5/4 Temple 5/4 Temple 5/5 Temple 5/5 Temple 5/11 West Virginia 5/12 Massachusetts 5/13 West Virginia 5/13 West Virginia 5/18 UNC (NCAA) 5/19 Connecticut (NCAA) 5/20 Maine (NCAA) 5/20 UNC (NCAA) 5/21 Georgia (NCAA) 5/21 Georgia (NCAA)

W 11-0 L 8-7 L 8-4 W 10-3 W 8-2 W 4-1 W 8-2 W 2-1 W 8-7 L 11-2 W 6-4 L 3-2 W 15-5 W 5-4 W 9-7 W 4-3 L 20-9

1991 FRED HILL -- 33-24-2 3/1 North Carolina L 5-4 3/2 North Carolina L 11-3 3/8 Georgia Tech W 13-7 3/9 Georgia Tech L 13-1 3/10 Georgia Tech L 11-2 3/15 Southern Illinois W 5 -2 3/16 Southern Illinois W 12-7 3/17 FIU W 11-4 3/18 Minnesota L 36-7 3/19 FIU L 4-3 3/19 FIU L 7-1 3/20 Army L 6-5 3/21 Minnesota L 8-7 3/22 Miami L 5-2 3/23 Miami L 20-4 3/26 MONMOUTH W 12-4 3/27 New York Tech L 4-3 4/2 ST. JOHN’S W 11-9 4/3 Villanova W 8-5 4/4 St. John’s W 6-5 4/6 ST. JOSEPH’S W 9-5 4/6 ST. JOSEPH’S W 3-2 4/7 ST. JOSEPH’S W 4-3 4/7 ST. JOSEPH’S L 3-2 4/9 Rider L 8-7 4/10 FDU W 12-11 4/11 SETON HALL W 19-18 4/13 Temple W 9-1 4/13 Temple L 5-4 4/14 Temple L 4-3 4/14 Temple W 2-1 4/16 Montclair W 6-2 4/17 WILLIAM PATERSON T 12-12 4/19 ST. FRANCIS (NY) L 6-5 4/20 UMass L 5-1 4/20 UMass L 3-0 4/23 FORDHAM W 5-4 4/24 Lafayette W 4-3 4/26 C.W. Post T 5-5 4/27 RHODE ISLAND W 6-5 4/27 RHODE ISLAND W 11-5 4/28 RHODE ISLAND W 11-5 4/28 RHODE ISLAND W 5-4 4/29 IONA W 4-3 4/30 COLUMBIA W 12-3 5/3 Pace W 21-7 5/4 UMass W 2-1 5/4 UMass W 7-2 5/5 UPSALA W 9-2 5/10 GW W 4-2 5/10 UMass L 11-6 5/11 Penn State W 12-6 5/11 UMass W 5-4 5/12 UMass W 8-3 5/14 Princeton W 6-5 5/15 PRINCETON L 6-2 5/15 PRINCETON L 8-2 5/19 Ok. State (NCAA) L 9-4 5/20 UAB (NCAA) L 10-9

1992 FRED HILL -- 32-17 2/28 Georgia Tech L 11-1 2/29 Georgia Tech L 15-3 3/1 Georgia Tech L 8-1 3/6 VCU L 4-2 3/14 Army W 7-5 3/15 Army W 3-2 3/16 Southern Illinois L 10-8 3/17 Miami L 10-0 3/18 Southern Illinois L 14-13 3/19 Miami L 14-7 3/20 FIU W 5-2 3/21 FIU L 8-6 3/28 Rhode Island W 10-2 3/28 Rhode Island W 12-2 3/29 Rhode Island W 21-10 3/29 Rhode Island W 9-6 3/31 St. John’s L 16-8 4/1 VILLANOVA L 5-2 4/2 ST. JOHN’S W 10-8 4/4 St. Francis (NY) W 5-1 4/4 St. Francis (NY) W 6-0 4/5 St. Francis (NY) W 10-4 4/7 RIDER W 11-1 4/8 FDU W 14-1 4/9 Seton Hall W 9-6 4/11 St. Joseph’s W 3-1 4/11 St. Joseph’s W 2-0 4/12 St. Joseph’s W 5-4 4/12 St. Joseph’s W 6-3 4/14 MONTCLAIR W 16-10 4/16 Monmouth W 9-8 4/21 Rider W 5-1 4/23 LAFAYETTE W 15-10 4/25 UMASS W 8-2 4/25 UMASS W 5-4 4/26 UMASS L 16-5 4/26 UMASS L 4-1 4/27 St. Peter’s L 4-2 4/28 COLUMBIA W 9-5 4/29 PRINCETON W 7-5 5/1 PACE L 6-3 5/2 TEMPLE W 6-1 5/2 TEMPLE W 12-2 5/3 TEMPLE W 6-3 5/3 TEMPLE W 20-2 5/4 SETON HALL W 9-2 5/5 Iona W 16-1 5/8 West Virginia L 6-4 5/9 UMass L 9-8 1993 FRED HILL -- 38-17 2/19 at Tulane L 9-3 2/20 at Tulane W 7-4 2/21 at Tulane W 12-2 3/5 at VCU W 6-2 3/6 at VCU W 13-6 3/7 at VCU L 7-4 3/14 at Florida Atlantic L 8-4 3/15 Southern Illinois L 5-1 3/16 at Miami L 11-3 3/17 Maine W 17-3 3/18 Southern Illinois W 11-8 3/19 at FIU W 2-0 3/20 at FIU W 5-4 3/23 at Monmouth W 5-4 3/28 RHODE ISLAND L 4-3 3/28 RHODE ISLAND W 4-0 3/31 at Villanova L 6-5 4/3 ST. Bonaventure L 2-1 4/3 ST. Bonaventure W 13-9 4/4 ST. Bonaventure W 6-5 4/6 at Rider L 11-5 4/7 FDU W 8-2 4/9 at UMass W 8-6 4/9 at UMass W 12-3 4/10 at UMass W 10-6

4/13 MONTCLAIR 4/14 at Delaware 4/15 at St. Peter’s 4/17 at Temple 4/17 at Temple 4/18 at Temple 4/20 RIDER 4/21 at New York Tech 4/22 ST. JOSEPH’S 4/22 ST. JOSEPH’S 4/23 ST. JOSEPH’S 4/27 COLUMBIA 4/28 at Princeton 4/29 at Pace 5/1 at GW 5/1 at GW 5/2 at GW 5/3 at Seton Hall 5/4 IONA 5/6 at Lafayette 5/8 at West Virginia 5/8 at West Virginia 5/9 at West Virginia 5/11 at Rider 5/14 GW 5/15 Temple 5/16 West Virginia 5/27 Clemson (NCAA) 5/28 UNC Charlotte (NCAA) 5/29 Kansas (NCAA)

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

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

1994 FRED HILL -- 28-19 2/25 at UCF W 7-1 2/26 at UCF L 2-0 2/27 at UCF L 6-1 3/5 at Georgia Tech W 2-1 3/5 at Georgia Tech L 17-7 3/6 at Georgia Tech L 13-2 3/11 at Florida Atlantic W 12-5 3/12 Southern Illinois L 8-5 3/13 Southern Illinois W 8-3 3/15 at Miami L 14-5 3/16 at Miami L 7-6 3/25 Lafayette W 12-8 3/26 UMass L 3-2 3/26 UMass W 8-7 3/30 Villanova L 5-2 3/31 Monmouth W 6-0 4/2 at St. Bonaventure W 1-0 4/2 at St. Bonaventure W 9-6 4/5 Rider W 9-6 4/8 St. Francis W 11-10 4/9 GW L 3-1 4/9 GW W 3-0 4/10 GW W 12-4 4/14 St. Peter’s W 23-10 4/17 at Rhode Island W 8-1 4/17 at Rhode Island W 7-3 4/18 at Rhode Island W 9-4 4/19 at Rider L 1-10 4/20 St. Joseph’s W 12-4 4/20 St. Joseph’s L 7-5 4/21 Delaware L 8-5 4/23 at Duquesne W 9-2 4/23 at Duquesne W 5-4 4/24 at Duquesne W 18-5 4/26 at Columbia W 8-5 4/27 at St. Joseph’s L 8-14 4/28 Pace L 8-5 4/29 Seton Hall L 10-1 4/30 Temple W 6-1 4/30 Temple W 4-3 5/1 Temple W 11-5 5/3 at Iona W 10-9 5/7 Princeton W 4-3 5/11 Montclair L 14-8 5/13 West Virginia L 12-1 5/14 UMass L 9-3

5/17

New York Tech

W

5-2

1995 FRED HILL -- 28-29 2/24 at VCU W 8-2 2/25 at VCU L 8-4 2/26 at VCU L 2-1 3/3 at Tulane L 4-3 3/4 at Tulane L 7-2 3/5 at Tulane W 11-8 3/10 at Miami L 12-5 3/11 at Miami L 8-0 3/12 at Miami L 11-4 3/13 vs. Southern Illinois L 13-9 3/14 FIU L 4-2 3/15 FIU L 8-2 3/16 vs. Providence L 13-1 3/18 Duquesne W 9-7 3/18 Duquesne W 6-5 3/19 Duquesne W 3-1 3/22 Seton Hall L 15-4 3/23 at Lafayette W 9-0 3/25 St. Bonaventure W 6-5 3/25 St. Bonaventure W 12-8 3/26 St. Bonaventure L 13-6 3/28 at St. John’s W 3-0 3/29 at Monmouth W 12-11 3/30 St. John’s W 6-1 4/1 Central Conn. W 8-6 4/1 Central Conn. W 5-3 4/4 at Rider L 16-5 4/5 St. Joseph’s W 10-5 4/5 St. Joseph’s L 13-5 4/6 at St. Francis L 6-2 4/8 at West Virginia L 6-2 4/8 at West Virginia W 8-0 4/9 at West Virginia L 9-7 4/11 at Montclair W 8-5 4/13 at St. Joseph’s L 5-1 4/14 at Temple W 5-4 4/14 at Temple W 9-3 4/15 at Temple W 18-3 4/18 Rider W 15-1 4/19 at Princeton W 14-2 4/20 at Delaware L 10-1 4/22 at UMass L 14-2 4/22 at UMass L 4-2 4/23 at UMass L 10-3 4/25 Columbia W 12-8 4/26 at Villanova L 21-3 4/28 Iona W 11-9 4/29 Rhode Island W 6-2 4/29 Rhode Island W 8-1 4/30 Rhode Island W 13-3 5/6 at GW L 9-4 5/6 at GW L 9-7 5/7 at GW L 26-8 5/12 vs. UMass L 10-9 5/13 vs. GW W 9-4 5/13 vs. St. Bonaventure W 16-12 5/14 vs. UMass L 10-3 1996 2/24 2/25 2/26 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/8 3/9 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/23 3/23

FRED HILL -- 32-21-1 at VCU L at VCU L at VCU W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech W at Miami W at Miami L at FIU W at FIU L vs. George Mason L at UCF W at UCF L at UCF L at Connecticut W at Connecticut L

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

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 3/24 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/31 4/1 4/2 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/9 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/14 5/15

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at St. John’s at St. John’s St. Peter’s Monmouth New York Tech at Princeton Princeton at Rider at Pittsburgh at West Virginia at West Virginia at FDU at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Notre Dame Seton Hall Villanova Villanova Villanova at Columbia Seton Hall Seton Hall Pace at Iona Boston College Boston College Providence Providence Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Delaware James Madison James Madison James Madison vs. Providence vs. West Virginia

W L W W W W W W W W L W W L W T W W L W W W W W W L L W W W W W L W L L L

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

1997 FRED HILL -- 28-24 2/28 at Old Dominion L 3/1 at Old Dominion W 3/2 at Old Dominion W 3/7 at Tulane L 3/8 at Tulane L 3/9 at Tulane L 3/12 at Lafayette W 3/15 at FIU L 3/15 at FIU L 3/16 at Florida Atlantic L 3/17 at Florida Atlantic L 3/18 at Central Florida L 3/19 at Central Florida L 3/20 at Central Florida W 3/22 at Georgetown L 3/22 at Georgetown L 3/23 at Georgetown W 3/27 at Providence W 3/27 at Providence W 3/29 at Boston College W 3/29 at Boston College W 4/3 at Monmouth W 4/5 West Virginia W 4/5 West Virginia L 4/6 Pittsburgh W 4/6 Pittsburgh L 4/9 at Seton Hall W 4/10 FDU W 4/13 Notre Dame L 4/13 Notre Dame W 4/13 Notre Dame L 4/15 Rider W 4/16 Seton Hall W 4/21 at Rider W 4/22 Columbia L 4/23 at Seton Hall W 4/24 at Pace W 4/26 St. John’s L 4/26 St. John’s W

6-3 21-9 21-17 15-5 7-1 7-1 12-1 4-3 7-3 13-5 6-5 15-13 13-6 7-4 5-4 4-3 12-4 9-4 9-3 3-0 10-7 13-1 8-0 8-6 6-5 6-4 16-4 8-7 3-2 15-14 6-5 13-8 12-3 10-7 8-2 6-3 19-5 12-2, 12-11

4/27 Connecticut 4/27 Connecticut 4/30 at Delaware 5/1 St. Francis (NY) 5/2 Iona 5/3 at Villanova 5/4 at Villanova 5/4 at Villanova 5/5 at Princeton 5/10 Army 5/10 Army 5/13 vs. St. John’s 5/14 vs. Villanova

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

1998 FRED HILL -- 33-16 2/17 at Old Dominion L 10-9 2/17 at Old Dominion L 9-5 2/18 at Old Dominion W 13-11 3/6 at Minnesota L 9-8 3/7 vs. Connecticut W 15-9 3/8 vs. California L 11-5 3/13 at Miami L 9-4 3/14 at Miami L 10-2 3/15 at Miami L 16-8 3/16 at FIU L 16-8 3/17 at Florida Atlantic W 5-1 3/18 at Florida Atlantic W 4-1 3/24 Lafayette W 24-5 3/25 St. Peter’s W 15-7 3/26 at Rider L 8-4 3/28 Pittsburgh W 4-1 3/28 Pittsburgh W 12-2 3/29 Pittsburgh W 9-6 4/2 Monmouth W 15-10 4/4 at Villanova W 6-5 4/4 at Villanova W 19-5 4/5 at Villanova L 11-8 4/11 Boston College W 4-3 4/11 Boston College W 4-3 4/14 Rider W 11-1 4/15 Seton Hall W 9-8 4/18 at Connecticut L 9-6 4/18 at Connecticut W 13-8 4/19 at Connecticut L 7-3 4/21 at Columbia W 16-5 4/25 at Providence W 10-5 4/25 at Providence W 17-13 4/26 at Providence L 5-4 4/28 at Iona W 22-4 4/29 at Seton Hall W 14-4 5/2 Georgetown W 7-5 5/2 Georgetown W 8-2 5/3 Georgetown W 7-2 5/13 Seton Hall W 9-6 5/14 Providence L 3-2 5/15 St. John’s W 14-10 5/15 Notre Dame W 7-6 5/16 Notre Dame W 12-0 5/21 vs. Auburn (NCAA) W 17-15 5/22 vs. Oklahoma (NCAA) L 9-7 5/23 vs. Auburn (NCAA) L 7-4 1999 FRED HILL -- 37-21 2/26 at Old Dominion L 2/27 at Old Dominion L 2/28 at Old Dominion L 3/5 at Georgia Tech L 3/6 at Georgia Tech L 3/7 at Georgia Tech L 3/12 vs. Bucknell W 3/13 vs. Bowling Green W 3/14 vs. Iowa W 3/15 vs. Liberty L 3/16 at Florida Atlantic L 3/17 vs. Purdue L 3/18 vs. Iowa L 3/19 vs. Rhode Island W 3/20 vs. Marist W

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

3/23 vs. St. Peter’s 3/24 at Monmouth 3/27 Boston College 3/27 Boston College 3/28 Notre Dame 3/28 Notre Dame 3/30 at Princeton 4/1 at West Virginia 4/1 at West Virginia 4/3 at St. John’s 4/3 at St. John’s 4/7 Seton Hall 4/8 FDU 4/10 Connecticut 4/10 Connecticut 4/11 Connecticut 4/13 at Rider 4/14 at Seton Hall 4/15 at Pace 4/17 Villanova 4/17 Villanova 4/18 Villanova 4/21 Seton Hall 4/22 Delaware 4/24 Providence 4/24 Providence 4/25 Providence 4/27 Iona 4/29 St. Francis 5/1 at Georgetown 5/1 at Georgetown 5/2 at Georgetown 5/3 Columbia 5/9 Rider 5/15 at Pittsburgh 5/15 at Pittsburgh 5/16 at Pittsburgh 5/20 vs. St. John’s 5/21 vs. Providence 5/22 vs. Providence 5/22 vs. St. John’s 5/28 vs. TX Tech (NCAA) 5/29 vs. Rice (NCAA)

W 16-4 W 5-1 W 10-2 W 4-1 L 10-1 W 17-1 W 18-5 W 21-5 W 4-3 L 10-0 W 9-8 W 9-7 W 15-6 W 11-2 L 19-11 W 9-6 W 7-3 W 17-10 W 17-11 W 13-0 W 11-9 W 9-3 W 17-10 W 8-7 L 9-6 W 15-14 L 11-4 W 4-3 W 13-3 W 14-5 W 17-2 W 15-2 W 5-3 W 6-4 L 7-5 W 6-4 W 14-8 W 13-9 W 11-4 L 9-2 L 6-4 L 5-2 L 6-1

2000 FRED HILL -- 40-18 2/18 at NC State L 9-8 2/19 at NC State W 7-3 2/20 at NC State L 5-4 2/25 at Old Dominion W 2-1 2/26 at Old Dominion W 9-1 2/27 at Old Dominion W 17-11 3/3 at Tulane L 9-8 3/4 at Tulane L 7-4 3/5 at Tulane L 3-0 3/10 at Miami L 6-5 3/11 at Miami W 11-6 3/12 at Miami L 5-3 3/13 vs. Wagner W 10-4 3/14 at Florida Atlantic L 5-4 3/15 vs. FIU L 2-1 3/16 vs. Miami (OH) L 6-4 3/18 Georgetown W 14-0 3/18 Georgetown W 4-3 3/19 Georgetown W 6-0 3/22 Monmouth W 12-2 3/23 at Rider W 6-0 3/25 at Boston College W 7-1 3/25 at Boston College W 10-2 3/26 at Boston College W 17-12 3/28 St. Peter’s W 17-6 3/29 Princeton W 19-4 4/1 West Virginia W 4-0 4/1 West Virginia W 1-0 4/2 West Virginia W 10-2 4/6 at FDU W 17-3 4/8 at Connecticut W 15-7 4/8 at Connecticut W 10-6 4/10 at Connecticut L 2-0

4/12 at Rider 4/13 Pace 4/15 St. John’s 4/15 St. John’s 4/16 St. John’s 4/18 at Columbia 4/20 Pittsburgh 4/20 Pittsburgh 4/25 at Iona 4/29 at Seton Hall 4/29 at Seton Hall 4/30 at Seton Hall 5/2 at Delaware 5/3 Lafayette 5/13 at Notre Dame 5/13 at Notre Dame 5/14 at Notre Dame 5/17 vs. Pittsburgh 5/18 vs. Connecticut 5/19 vs. Seton Hall 5/20 vs. Seton Hall 5/21 vs. Seton Hall 5/26 vs. Army (NCAA) 5/27 vs. UNC (NCAA) 5/28 vs. Penn St. (NCAA)

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

4-3 10-1 9-3 9-7 7-5 12-4 7-0 12-2 9-0 5-1 7-5 7-5 11-4 16-5 16-6 4-3 9-6 11-3 8-7 6-2 4-3 1-0 4-3 9-3 6-5

2001 FRED HILL -- 42-17 2/16 at Old Dominion W 5-4 2/17 at Old Dominion W 6-2 2/18 at Old Dominion W 5-3 2/19 at NC State W 5-2 2/20 at NC State W 8-2 2/21 at NC State W 8-7 3/2 at Georgia Tech L 2-1 3/3 at Georgia Tech W 10-9 3/4 at Georgia Tech L 13-1 3/9 at Miami W 6-4 3/10 at Miami L 13-2 3/11 at Miami W 9-6 3/12 vs. Illinois St. W 10-1 3/13 at Florida Atlantic L 5-4 3/14 at FIU L 3-0 3/18 at West Virginia W 7-6 3/19 at West Virginia W 2-0 3/19 at West Virginia W 2-1 3/23 Seton Hall L 8-5 3/23 Seton Hall W 7-3 3/25 at Connecticut L 3-1 3/26 at Connecticut L 7-4 3/27 St. Francis W 9-2 3/28 at Princeton W 3-1 3/29 at St. Peter’s W 6-0 3/31 at Georgetown W 3-1 3/31 at Georgetown W 6-2 4/1 at Georgetown W 17-5 4/3 at Rider W 11-1 4/4 at Monmouth W 8-5 4/5 FDU W 15-3 4/7 Notre Dame L 10-2 4/7 Notre Dame L 8-2 4/8 Notre Dame L 5-4 4/11 Rider W 3-0 4/12 Villanova W 9-1 4/12 Villanova W 11-2 4/13 Virginia Tech W 11-3 4/13 Virginia Tech L 14-7 4/14 Wagner W 10-1 4/18 Columbia W 20-2 4/21 Boston College W 5-2 4/21 Boston College L 4-2 4/22 Boston College W 4-2 4/24 Iona W 12-11 4/28 at Pittsburgh W 4-0 4/28 at Pittsburgh L 8-0 4/29 at Pittsburgh W 6-0 5/1 Delaware W 5-2 5/2 at Lafayette W 11-8 5/12 St. John’s W 2-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 5/12 5/13 5/17 5/18 5/25 5/26 5/26 5/27

St. John’s St. John’s Seton Hall Notre Dame BYU (NCAA) Nebraska (NCAA) No. Iowa (NCAA) Nebraska (NCAA)

W W L L W L W L

18-9 6-5 4-2 6-2 4-3 5-4 6-5 14-10

2002 FRED HILL -- 35-22 2/22 at William & Mary W 5-1 2/23 at William & Mary L 10-7 2/24 at William & Mary W 5-4 3/1 at Old Dominion W 7-4 3/2 at Old Dominion W 7-3 3/2 at Old Dominion W 3-2 3/8 at Tulane L 4-2 3/9 at Tulane L 6-4 3/10 at Tulane W 5-3 3/15 at Miami W 4-3 3/16 at Miami L 8-3 3/17 at Miami W 9-5 3/18 at FIU L 8-6 3/19 at Florida Atlantic L 6-5 3/20 Kansas State W 5-4 3/24 at Boston College L 8-2 3/24 at Boston College L 8-4 3/25 at Boston College L 9-6 3/28 at Virginia Tech L 2-1 3/28 at Virginia Tech L 17-8 3/30 Villanova W 2-1 3/30 Villanova W 7-2 4/2 at Rider W 7-3 4/6 Georgetown W 1-0 4/6 Georgetown W 11-3 4/7 Georgetown W 3-0 4/9 Princeton L 8-1 4/10 Rider L 4-3 4/12 at Seton Hall L 1-0 4/13 at Seton Hall W 3-2 4/14 Connecticut W 6-1 4/14 Connecticut W 5-2 4/17 at Columbia W 21-11 4/18 Monmouth L 7-3 4/20 Pittsburgh W 9-1 4/20 Pittsburgh W 13-2 4/21 Pittsburgh L 2-1 4/23 at Iona W 16-9 4/26 at Pace W 21-2 4/27 WVU W 6-2 4/27 WVU W 7-2 4/28 WVU W 5-4 4/30 at Delaware W 12-8 5/1 Lafayette W 5-4 5/4 Notre Dame L 6-5 5/4 Notre Dame L 7-2 5/5 Notre Dame W 11-0 5/7 Fairleigh Dickinson W 14-4 5/17 St. Peter’s W 7-2 5/18 St. John’s L 6-1 5/19 St. John’s L 3-1 5/19 St. John’s W 11-10 5/23 vs. Notre Dame L 8-3 5/24 vs. Boston College W 4-2 5/24 vs. Virginia Tech W 6-2 5/25 vs. Notre Dame W 4-3 5/25 vs. Notre Dame L 3-2 2003 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/14

FRED HILL -- 37-22 at Old Dominion L at Old Dominion L at Vanderbilt L at Middle TN State L at Lipscomb W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Miami L

5-1 5-2 3-2 7-6 6-1 11-6 6-5 7-5 15-5

3/16 at Miami 3/18 at FIU 3/19 at Florida Atlantic 3/21 vs. Harvard 3/22 vs. Harvard 3/26 at FDU 3/31 at WVU 3/31 at WVU 4/2 at Monmouth 4/4 at Pittsburgh 4/4 at Pittsburgh 4/6 at Georgetown 4/6 at Georgetown 4/13 Seton Hall 4/13 Seton Hall 4/14 Seton Hall 4/16 Columbia 4/17 St. John’s 4/17 St. John’s 4/19 Boston College 4/19 Boston College 4/22 Iona 4/24 Pace 4/27 Virginia Tech 4/27 Virginia Tech 4/28 Virginia Tech 4/29 Wagner 4/30 at Lafayette 5/1 at Wagner 5/3 at Connecticut 5/3 at Connecticut 5/4 at Connecticut 5/6 at Princeton 5/7 St. Peter’s 5/10 Notre Dame 5/10 Notre Dame 5/11 Notre Dame 5/15 Delaware 5/16 at Villanova 5/16 at Villanova 5/17 at Villanova 5/18 Rider 5/22 VTech 5/23 Notre Dame 5/23 West Virginia 5/24 Notre Dame 5/24 Notre Dame 5/30 S. Alabama (NCAA) 5/31 Jacksonville (NCAA) 5/31 Florida State (NCAA) 2004 2/20 2/21 2/22 2/27 2/28 2/29 3/5 3/6 3/7 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/20 3/24 3/27 3/27 3/28 3/30 4/3 4/3 4/4 4/6 4/8

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

FRED HILL -- 30-23 at William & Mary W at William & Mary L at William & Mary L at Old Dominion W at Old Dominion W at Old Dominion L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech W at Georgia Tech L at Miami L at Miami L at Miami L at FIU L at Florida Atlantic L at FIU W vs. Ohio State L at FDU W at Seton Hall W at Seton Hall L at Seton Hall L Rider W West Virginia W West Virginia W West Virginia W Monmouth W Pittsburgh W

18-12 11-4 13-11 2-1 10-4 8-4 6-5 7-5 13-6 12-2 10-5 6-5 13-10 12-11 4-3 6-4 27-0 4-1 5-4 12-11 7-1 6-4 8-4 6-4 5-0 4-0

4/8 Pittsburgh 4/9 Georgetown 4/9 Georgetown 4/15 Princeton 4/17 Connecticut 4/17 Connecticut 4/18 Connecticut 4/20 at Iona 4/25 at St. John’s 4/25 at St. John’s 4/27 at Columbia 4/29 Monmouth 5/1 at Virginia Tech 5/1 at Virginia Tech 5/2 at Virginia Tech 5/4 Lafayette 5/5 Wagner 5/8 Pace 5/9 Pace 5/13 at Delaware 5/15 at Notre Dame 5/15 at Notre Dame 5/16 at Notre Dame 5/18 at Rider 5/21 Villanova 5/22 Villanova 5/23 Villanova

W 8-5 W 2-0 W 11-1 W 15-6 W 5-1 W 5-3 W 6-0 W 21-5 L 10-4 L 4-1 W 15-9 W 4-0 L 5-3 W 11-10 W 10-3 W 1-0 W 13-2 W 6-0 L 4-0 W 16-5 L 1-0 L 7-1 L 5-3 W 9-8 L 8-7 L 2-1 L 7-6

2005 FRED HILL -- 32-21 2/18 at William & Mary W 11-5 2/19 at William & Mary W 6-3 2/20 at William & Mary W 4-1 2/25 at Georgia Tech L 11-6 2/26 at Georgia Tech W 10-9 3/4 at Old Dominion W 11-2 3/6 at Old Dominion L 13-8 3/6 at Old Dominion L 12-5 3/11 at FIU L 9-7 3/12 at FIU W 14-10 3/13 at FIU L 9-0 3/15 at Florida Atlantic L 10-6 3/16 at Miami L 13-2 3/18 at Minnesota W 13-2 3/19 at Minnesota W 6-2 3/20 at Minnesota W 7-6 3/24 at Villanova W 4-3 3/24 at Villanova L 3-1 3/26 at Pittsburgh W 5-3 3/26 at Pittsburgh W 7-1 3/30 at Princeton L 3-2 3/31 Rider W 11-2 4/4 Notre Dame W 5-3 4/4 Notre Dame W 11-10 4/6 at Monmouth W 9-8 4/9 at West Virginia W 11-3 4/9 at West Virginia L 12-3 4/10 at West Virginia L 6-4 4/13 Columbia W 9-2 4/14 at Rider L 7-6 4/16 Boston College L 6-4 4/16 Boston College L 15-0 4/17 Boston College W 11-8 4/20 Iona W 6-4 4/23 Connecticut W 3-2 4/23 Connecticut L 7-6 4/24 Connecticut L 18-6 4/27 at Lafayette W 17-1 5/1 at St. John’s W 10-8 5/1 at St. John’s L 4-2 5/2 at St. John’s L 11-1 5/3 FDU W 14-7 5/4 Wagner W 13-3 5/11 Delaware W 14-4 5/12 Monmouth W 21-2 5/15 at Georgetown W 8-7 5/15 at Georgetown L 2-1 5/16 at Georgetown W 5-2 5/18 Fordham W 11-9

5/19 5/21 5/21 5/22

St. Peter’s Seton Hall Seton Hall Seton Hall

W W L L

13-2 8-4 10-4 8-1

2006 FRED HILL -- 29-28-1 2/17 at William & Mary W 10-6 2/19 at William & Mary W 9-6 2/24 at Old Dominion W 9-5 2/25 at Old Dominion L 11-7 2/26 at Old Dominion L 12-3 3/3 at Georgia Tech L 25-8 3/4 at Georgia Tech L 12-2 3/5 at Georgia Tech L 11-4 3/10 at FIU L 7-3 3/11 at FIU L 16-7 3/12 at FIU L 12-9 3/14 at Florida Atlantic L 6-4 3/17 at Liberty W 7-2 3/18 at Liberty L 5-3 3/19 at Liberty W 7-6 3/22 St. Peter’s W 14-9 3/24 at Louisville L 2-0 3/25 at Louisville L 3-1 3/26 at Louisville L 6-1 3/28 Rider W 5-3 3/29 Princeton T 3-3 3/31 Villanova W 1-0 4/1 Villanova L 8-6 4/2 Villanova W 5-3 4/4 Wagner W 6-5 4/7 West Virginia W 10-6 4/9 West Virginia W 8-1 4/9 West Virginia W 3-2 4/11 at Columbia W 17-4 4/13 at Cincinnati L 6-5 4/14 at Cincinnati W 9-6 4/15 at Cincinnati W 19-3 4/19 at Iona W 9-1 4/21 at Notre Dame L 11-5 4/22 at Notre Dame L 15-3 4/23 at Notre Dame L 14-12 4/25 at Seton Hall W 9-5 4/26 Lafayette W 8-2 4/28 St. John’s L 7-6 4/29 St. John’s L 11-2 4/30 St. John’s W 4-2 5/3 FDU W 9-3 5/3 FDU L 7-5 5/6 Pittsburgh L 12-11 5/6 Pittsburgh W 15-9 5/7 Pittsburgh W 10-5 5/11 Monmouth W 4-3 5/12 at Georgetown W 9-5 5/13 at Georgetown W 12-7 5/14 at Georgetown W 13-1 5/16 at Delaware L 4-3 5/18 at Connecticut L 11-7 5/19 at Connecticut L 7-4 5/20 at Connecticut L 10-1 5/23 vs. Louisville L 9-8 5/24 vs. Cincinnati W 13-7 5/25 vs. Connecticut W 9-5 5/26 vs. Louisville L 13-3 2007 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/23 2/24 2/25 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/9 3/10 3/11

FRED HILL -- 42-21 at William & Mary L at William & Mary W at William & Mary W at Old Dominion W at Old Dominion W at Old Dominion L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech W at FIU W at FIU L at FIU L

9-1 15-8 9-8 9-5 8-4 2-0 18-12 10-8 9-5 12-5 4-2 7-6

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 3/13 at Florida Atlantic 3/14 at Miami 3/16 at UCF 3/17 at UCF 3/18 at UCF 3/24 Georgetown 3/24 Georgetown 3/25 Georgetown 3/27 at Rider 3/28 at Princeton 3/30 at St. John’s 3/31 at St. John’s 4/1 at St. John’s 4/3 Wagner 4/5 Connecticut 4/6 Connecticut 4/7 Connecticut 4/11 at Delaware 4/13 Seton Hall 4/14 Seton Hall 4/14 Seton Hall 4/18 Iona 4/20 at USF 4/21 at USF 4/22 at USF 4/28 Notre Dame 4/28 Notre Dame 4/29 Notre Dame 5/2 FDU 5/3 Lafayette 5/5 Cincinnati 5/5 Cincinnati 5/6 Cincinnati 5/9 Monmouth 5/11 at Pittsburgh 5/12 at Pittsburgh 5/13 at Pittsburgh 5/15 Delaware 5/17 at Villanova 5/18 at Villanova 5/19 at Villanova 5/23 vs. Notre Dame 5/24 vs. Louisville 5/25 vs. Villanova 5/26 vs. Louisville 5/26 vs. Louisville 5/27 vs. Connecticut 6/1 vs. Oregon St. (NCAA) 6/2 vs. Lafayette (NCAA) 6/4 vs. Oregon St. (NCAA)

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

2008 FRED HILL -- 23-29-1 2/24 at Old Dominion W 7-1 2/24 at Old Dominion L 8-5 2/29 at Georgia Tech W 10-6 3/1 at Georgia Tech L 4-3 3/2 at Georgia Tech L 6-0 3/5 Temple L 9-5 3/7 at Texas A&M W 10-8 3/8 at Texas A&M L 2-1 3/9 at Texas A&M L 12-3 3/12 NJIT W 16-3 3/15 Iowa W 8-6 3/15 Iowa L 9-2 3/16 Iowa L 16-14 3/18 at Florida Atlantic L 10-1 3/20 St. John’s L 12-5 3/21 St. John’s L 2-0 3/22 St. John’s L 12-9 3/25 Rider W 4-3 3/26 Princeton L 1-0 3/28 West Virginia W 8-4 3/29 West Virginia W 8-2 3/30 West Virginia L 8-7 4/2 at Monmouth L 6-5 4/4 at Notre Dame L 7-5 4/5 at Notre Dame L 11-2 4/6 at Notre Dame L 11-2

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4/8 at Columbia 4/9 Delaware 4/11 at Georgetown 4/12 at Georgetown 4/13 at Georgetown 4/15 Fordham 4/16 Iona 4/18 USF 4/19 USF 4/20 USF 4/22 Wagner 4/23 Lafayette 4/25 at Seton Hall 4/26 at Seton Hall 4/27 at Seton Hall 4/29 at Delaware 4/30 Monmouth 5/3 at Cincinnati 5/3 at Cincinnati 5/4 at Cincinnati 5/10 Villanova 5/10 Villanova 5/11 Villanova 5/16 at Louisville 5/16 at Louisville 5/17 at Louisville

W 5-4 L 5-3 W 22-10 W 5-3 W 9-8 T 8-8 W 16-7 L 7-5 L 6-4 W 5-4 W 7-3 W 10-9 W 7-3 L 4-0 W 6-3 W 5-4 L 4-2 L 11-10 W 13-9 L 7-3 W 5-4 L 7-4 L 2-1 L 3-1 L 4-3 W 13-5

2009 FRED HILL -- 22-31 2/20 at Miami L 6-1 2/21 at Miami L 4-2 2/21 at Miami W 5-4 2/22 at Miami L 18-9 2/28 at Georgia Tech L 6-4 2/28 at Georgia Tech L 13-4 3/6 at Old Dominion W 10-9 3/7 at Old Dominion W 13-8 3/8 at Old Dominion W 4-3 3/10 at Temple W 11-8 3/11 NJIT W 11-1 3/13 vs. Penn State L 12-8 3/14 vs. Penn State W 6-5 3/14 vs. Penn State W 5-2 3/15 vs. Penn State L 7-3 3/17 at Florida Atlantic L 12-11 3/20 at USF L 6-3 3/21 at USF L 15-7 3/22 at USF L 10-5 3/24 at Princeton W 10-7 3/25 at Rider L 13-5 3/27 Cincinnati L 6-3 3/28 Cincinnati W 2-0 3/28 Cincinnati W 7-4 3/31 at Wagner W 5-1 4/4 at St. John’s L 11-10 4/4 at St. John’s L 16-8 4/5 at St. John’s L 15-5 4/7 Columbia L 9-1 4/9 Connecticut L 10-5 4/10 Connecticut W 5-2 4/10 Connecticut L 15-4 4/14 at Fordham W 7-2 4/15 Iona W 14-2 4/17 Louisville L 6-1 4/18 Louisville L 7-4 4/19 Louisville L 4-3 4/22 at Lafayette W 14-7 4/25 at Pittsburgh W 14-10 4/25 at Pittsburgh L 8-6 4/26 at Pittsburgh L 12-8 4/28 Delaware L 12-5 4/29 Monmouth L 6-4 5/1 at West Virginia L 13-1 5/2 at West Virginia W 12-7 5/3 at West Virginia L 9-3 5/6 FDU W 10-2 5/9 Seton Hall W 3-1 5/9 Seton Hall L 3-2 5/10 Seton Hall L 14-10

5/14 Georgetown 5/15 Georgetown 5/16 Georgetown

W 7-2 L 5-2 W 5-3

2010 FRED HILL -- 30-26 2/19 at Miami L 12-1 2/20 at Miami L 10-8 2/21 at Miami L 9-7 2/26 vs. Iowa L 6-3 2/27 vs. Northwestern L 7-5 2/28 vs. Purdue W 6-5 3/5 at Georgia Tech L 5-0 3/6 at Georgia Tech L 19-5 3/7 at Georgia Tech L 9-4 3/10 NJIT W 10-1 3/13 at FIU W 20-11 3/13 at FIU W 11-8 3/14 at FIU W 15-11 3/16 at Florida Atlantic L 12-3 3/17 at Florida Atlantic W 2-0 3/19 at Old Dominion L 3-1 3/20 at Old Dominion W 14-11 3/21 at Old Dominion W 8-7 3/24 Rider W 12-8 3/26 at Georgetown W 8-7 3/27 at Georgetown W 7-5 3/28 at Georgetown W 5-3 4/1 Pittsburgh W 9-8 4/2 Pittsburgh W 6-1 4/3 Pittsburgh L 6-5 4/6 Princeton W 10-2 4/7 at Columbia L 12-11 4/9 at Notre Dame L 9-8 4/10 at Notre Dame W 25-5 4/11 at Notre Dame W 8-6 4/13 Fordham W 7-3 4/16 USF W 8-7 4/17 USF W 6-1 4/18 USF W 13-1 4/23 at Connecticut L 7-2 4/24 at Connecticut L 6-3 4/24 at Connecticut L 8-7 4/28 at Monmouth L 2-1 4/30 at Louisville L 5-3 4/30 at Louisville L 9-4 5/1 at Louisville L 24-6 5/5 Temple W 10-5 5/7 Villanova L 7-3 5/8 Villanova W 8-4 5/9 Villanova L 7-5 5/14 at Seton Hall W 15-3 5/15 at Seton Hall W 11-1 5/16 at Seton Hall L 5-4 5/19 FDU W 8-2 5/20 St. John’s W 2-1 5/21 St. John’s L 9-7 5/22 St. John’s W 3-1 5/26 vs. Pittsburgh W 9-5 5/27 vs. Connecticut W 6-5 5/29 vs. Connecticut L 11-10 5/29 vs. Connecticut L 7-4 2011 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/26 3/4 3/4 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16

FRED HILL -- 20-30 at Miami L at Miami W at Miami L vs Michigan W vs Michigan W vs Michigan W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L NJIT W vs Liberty L at East Carolina L vs Monmouth L at Old Dominion W at Old Dominion W

2-1 6-5 5-3 8-2 9-4 5-2 10-0 9-5 14-3 13-3 5-2 5-0 3-2 7-3 14-8

3/18 at East Carolina 3/19 at East Carolina 3/20 at East Carolina 3/25 Louisville 3/26 Louisville 3/27 Louisville 3/30 Wagner 4/2 Seton Hall 4/2 Seton Hall 4/3 Seton Hall 4/5 Princeton 4/6 Columbia 4/8 at USF 4/9 at USF 4/10 at USF 4/15 Cincinnati 4/16 Cincinnati 4/17 Cincinnati 4/21 at Pittsburgh 4/21 at Pittsburgh 4/23 at Pittsburgh 4/26 at Delaware 4/29 Connecticut 4/30 Connecticut 5/1 Connecticut 5/3 Temple 5/7 Notre Dame 5/7 Notre Dame 5/8 Notre Dame 5/13 at Villanova 5/14 at Villanova 5/15 at Villanova 5/19 at West Virginia 5/20 at West Virginia 5/21 at West Virginia

L 3-2 L 6-3 L 6-0 L 11-2 L 9-2 W 4-2 L 11-5 W 4-1 L 3-2 W 9-5 L 11-8 W 5-4 L 2-1 W 11-6 L 7-3 W 3-2 W 17-2 L 7-6 L 4-0 L 3-0 L 8-3 L 14-12 W 8-3 L 8-2 L 6-2 W 2-1 L 3-0 L 5-4 W 3-2 W 8-2 L 5-4 L 5-4 W 6-4 W 7-5 L 14-5

2012 FRED HILL -- 31-25 2/17 at Miami L 6-2 2/18 at Miami L 4-1 2/19 at Miami L 9-7 2/24 at Old Dominion W 8-6 2/25 at Old Dominion W 11-8 2/26 at Old Dominion W 5-1 3/2 at Georgia Tech L 16-2 3/3 at Georgia Tech L 9-4 3/4 at Georgia Tech L 6-3 3/9 at Florida Atlantic L 5-2 3/10 at Florida Atlantic W 6-3 3/11 at Florida Atlantic W 10-4 3/13 at FL Gulf Coast W 12-8 3/14 at FL Gulf Coast W 7-2 3/16 at Stetson L 3-0 3/17 at Stetson L 4-3 3/18 at Stetson W 7-0 3/21 Rider W 5-0 3/23 at Seton Hall L 3-0 3/23 at Seton Hall W 10-2 3/24 at Seton Hall W 9-6 3/28 Wagner W 13-8 3/30 at Georgetown L 13-1 3/31 at Georgetown L 13-12 4/1 at Georgetown W 9-4 4/3 Princeton W 12-11 4/4 at Columbia L 7-6 4/5 St. John’s L 5-3 4/6 St. John’s W 6-2 4/7 St. John’s L 17-10 4/10 Fordham W 15-4 4/13 West Virginia W 3-2 4/14 West Virginia W 8-4 4/15 West Virginia W 3-1 4/17 at Monmouth W 8-1 4/18 Lafayette W 8-3 4/20 at Connecticut L 9-8 4/20 at Connecticut L 9-8 4/21 at Connecticut W 15-0 4/24 Delaware W 6-4 4/27 at Cincinnati W 3-1


YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4/28 at Cincinnati 4/29 at Cincinnati 5/1 Hofstra 5/5 Pittsburgh 5/5 Pittsburgh 5/6 Pittsburgh 5/11 at Notre Dame 5/12 at Notre Dame 5/13 at Notre Dame 5/16 Iona 5/17 Villanova 5/18 Villanova 5/19 Villanova 5/23 vs. Seton Hall 5/24 vs. Notre Dame

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

2013 FRED HILL -- 28-30 2/16 at Miami L 5-4 2/16 at Miami L 4-1 2/17 at Miami L 7-0 2/22 at Old Dominion W 3-0 2/24 at Old Dominion L 4-3 2/24 at Old Dominion W 17-7 3/1 at Georgia Tech L 13-1 3/2 at Georgia Tech L 11-2 3/3 at Georgia Tech L 12-0 3/8 at William & Mary L 4-3 3/9 at William & Mary W 5-3 3/10 at William & Mary L 4-3 3/15 at Richmond W 5-4 3/16 at Richmond W 9-8 3/19 at VCU L 4-3 3/20 at VCU W 9-6 3/22 at Louisville W 6-2 3/23 at Louisville L 4-0 3/23 at Louisville W 7-3 3/26 at Rider L 9-3 3/28 at Villanova W 6-0 3/29 at Villanova W 2-0 3/30 at Villanova W 9-4 4/2 Columbia W 15-6 4/3 Iona W 6-3 4/5 Seton Hall L 15-1 4/6 Seton Hall W 7-5 4/7 Seton Hall L 5-3 4/9 at Fordham L 15-14 4/13 Cincinnati W 6-1 4/13 Cincinnati L 3-2 4/14 Cincinnati W 7-2 4/16 at Lafayette W 14-8 4/17 Monmouth W 7-6 4/20 at Pittsburgh L 14-5 4/20 at Pittsburgh L 9-4 4/21 at Pittsburgh L 6-3 4/23 at Delaware W 4-2 4/24 Wagner W 9-5 4/26 vs. Oklahoma State L 4-1 4/27 at Creighton L 3-2 4/28 vs. Nebraska L 3-1 4/30 at Hofstra L 10-9 5/1 Delaware L 4-2 5/3 Connecticut L 3-1 5/4 Connecticut W 9-4 5/5 Connecticut W 4-2 5/7 St. Peter’s L 10-4 5/11 Georgetown W 17-3 5/11 Georgetown W 7-1 5/12 Georgetown W 13-11 5/16 at USF L 11-4 5/17 at USF L 6-5 5/18 at USF W 10-6 5/22 vs. USF L 5-2 5/23 vs. Louisville W 9-1 5/24 vs. USF W 2-1 5/25 vs. Connecticut L 2-1 2014

FRED HILL (0-4), JOE LITTERIO (30-21) -- 30-25

2/14 at FIU 2/15 at FIU 2/15 at FIU 2/16 at FIU 2/22 at Jacksonville 2/22 at Jacksonville 3/1 at Old Dominion 3/1 at Old Dominion 3/2 at Old Dominion 3/7 at Oklahoma 3/7 at Oklahoma 3/9 at Oklahoma 3/11 Hofstra 3/14 vs. Buffalo 3/15 vs. Lafayette 3/16 at VCU 3/19 at Virginia Tech 3/21 at Louisville 3/22 at Louisville 3/23 at Louisville 3/28 at Connecticut 3/29 at Connecticut 4/1 Iona 4/2 at Iona 4/5 Houston 4/5 Houston 4/6 Houston 4/8 Fordham (Lakewood) 4/9 Columbia 4/11 Hartford 4/12 Hartford 4/13 Hartford 4/16 Lafayette 4/17 Cincinnati 4/18 Cincinnati 4/19 Cincinnati 4/22 Rider 4/23 at Wagner 4/25 at UCF 4/26 at UCF 4/27 at UCF 5/1 Iona 5/2 Temple 5/3 Temple 5/4 Temple 5/6 St. Peter’s 5/9 USF 5/10 USF 5/11 USF 5/15 at Memphis 5/16 at Memphis 5/17 at Memphis 5/21 vs. USF 5/23 vs. Memphis 5/24 vs. Louisville

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

2015 JOE LITTERIO -- 19-35-1 2/13 at Miami L 2/14 at Miami L 2/14 at Miami L 2/15 at Miami L 2/27 at Old Dominion (MB) L 2/28 at Old Dominion (MB) L 3/1 at Old Dominion (MB) W 3/6 at Florida Atlantic L 3/7 at Florida Atlantic L 3/8 at Florida Atlantic L 3/11 IONA W 3/14 vs. Central Michigan L 3/14 vs. Central Michigan L 3/15 at Indiana State L 3/16 vs. Canisius W 3/18 at Ball State L 3/20 at Purdue L 3/21 at Purdue W 3/22 at Purdue W 3/24 NJIT W 3/25 RIDER W

5-2 9-5 9-3 25-4 3-0 3-2 13-9 18-5 10-3 12-4 12-3 3-1 9-2 14-4 12-8 6-2 9-5 4-1 5-2 5-3 9-3

3/27 3/28 3/29 3/31 4/1 4/4 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/8 4/10 4/11 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/26 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/5 5/9 5/9 5/10 5/14 5/15 5/16

OHIO STATE OHIO STATE OHIO STATE MANHATTAN MONMOUTH MINNESOTA MINNESOTA MINNESOTA WAGNER at Fordham at Indiana at Indiana at Indiana at Lafayette COLUMBIA MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE MICHIGAN STATE WAGNER SAINT PETER’S at Seton Hall SETON HALL vs. Seton Hall at Villanova at Penn State at Penn State at Penn State SAINT PETER’S at Illinois at Illinois at Illinois IOWA IOWA IOWA

L W L L L W L W L W L L L T W L L L W W W W L L L L L W L L L W L W

13-4 4-2 1-0 2-0 6-4 13-6 11-9 6-5 11-4 10-4 4-3 6-0 5-4 3-3 7-4 10-4 15-7 6-2 7-1 5-0 3-2 4-2 15-6 7-2 8-1 12-10 8-5 7-6 5-4 6-2 28-13 5-3 10-3 3-2

2016 2/19 2/20 2/21 2/27 2/27 2/28 3/2 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/9 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/19 3/23 3/26 3/26 3/27 3/29 3/30 4/1 4/2 4/2 4/6 4/8 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/29

JOE LITTERIO -- 27-28 at Miami L at Miami L at Miami L at George Mason W at George Mason L at George Mason W LAFAYETTE W at Old Dominion L at Old Dominion L at Old Dominion W IONA W at Florida Atlantic L at Florida Atlantic W at Florida Atlantic L at Florida Gulf Coast L at Florida Gulf Coast W at Navy L vs. NJIT W at Rider L at Michigan State L at Michigan State L at Michigan State L MONMOUTH W at Monmouth L INDIANA W INDIANA W INDIANA L FORDHAM W SAINT JOSEPH’S W at Saint Joseph’s W at Seton Hall L SETON HALL W at Ohio State W at Ohio State L at Ohio State L DELAWARE STATE W at Wagner W PENN STATE W PENN STATE W PENN STATE L VILLANOVA W NEBRASKA W

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

4/30 4/30 5/3 5/6 5/7 5/8 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/17 5/19 5/20 5/21

NEBRASKA NEBRASKA SAINT PETER’S at Michigan at Michigan at Michigan at Maryland at Maryland at Maryland SAINT PETER’S NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN

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

8-1 8-4 10-1 14-1 13-1 12-5 5-4 7-5 6-0 12-3 5-1 12-10 10-7

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YEARLY RECORDS YEAR 1870 1871 1872 1873 1874 1875 1876 1877 1878 1879 1880 1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928

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NAME OF COACH WINS LOSSES NO COACH 1 2 NO COACH 1 0 NO COACH 1 0 NO COACH 2 0 NO COACH 5 1 NO COACH 1 0 NO COACH 2 1 NO COACH 3 1 -- NO COACH 0 2 NO COACH 2 1 NO COACH 3 5 NO COACH 11 9 -- 0 0 NO COACH 6 6 NO COACH 4 4 -- NO COACH 5 2 NO COACH 3 4 NO COACH 4 4 NO COACH 4 6 NO COACH 3 4 NO COACH 0 7 NO COACH 1 3 NO COACH 6 4 NO COACH 5 10 NO COACH 2 9 NO COACH 1 2 NO COACH 4 7 NO COACH 2 7 NO COACH 3 8 NO COACH 2 8 NO COACH 2 13 NO COACH 2 9 NO COACH 3 5 NO COACH 3 7 NO COACH 5 6 F.H. GORTON 3 8 FRANK COX 4 10 FRANK COX 8 6 FRANK COX 6 11 FRANK COX 0 8 WALTER S. BRODIE 13 7 WALTER S. BRODIE 7 6 WALTER S. BRODIE 5 7 WALTER S. BRODIE 7 6 CHAS PIEZ 2 7 CHAS PIEZ 4 4 FRANK COX 4 2 FRANK COX 5 7 FRANK COX 5 9 FRANK COX 5 9 FRANK COX 6 8 FRANK COX 5 9 FRANK COX 4 8 FRANK COX 4 9 F. JACKLITSCH 4 15 F. JACKLITSCH 7 4 F. JACKLITSCH 9 5

TIES 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

YEAR 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987

NAME OF COACH WINS LOSSES F. JACKLITSCH 9 4 F. JACKLITSCH 7 7 F. JACKLITSCH 7 7 J. WILDER TASKER 3 10 J. WILDER TASKER 6 7 J. WILDER TASKER 6 10 J. WILDER TASKER 7 6 J. WILDER TASKER 8 8 J. WILDER TASKER 5 12 CHARLES WARD 7 9 CHARLES WARD 3 13 CHARLES WARD 8 8 CHARLES WARD 12 7 CHARLES WARD 6 5 CHARLES WARD 5 4 CHARLES WARD 5 9 -- CHARLES WARD 9 5 CHARLES WARD 10 4 CHARLES WARD 21 3 CHARLES WARD 18 9 GEORGE M. CASE 20 6 GEORGE M. CASE 15 8 GEORGE M. CASE 9 7 GEORGE M. CASE 9 5 GEORGE M. CASE 9 11 GEORGE M. CASE 9 11 GEORGE M. CASE 10 8 GEORGE M. CASE 6 10 GEORGE M. CASE 8 9 GEORGE M. CASE 12 5 GEORGE M. CASE 11 6 MATT BOLGER 15 4 MATT BOLGER 14 4 MATT BOLGER 11 5 MATT BOLGER 9 11 MATT BOLGER 11 10 MATT BOLGER 12 8 MATT BOLGER 13 5 MATT BOLGER 15 7 MATT BOLGER 13 17 MATT BOLGER 15 8 MATT BOLGER 12 10 MATT BOLGER 9 11 MATT BOLGER 13 18 MATT BOLGER 15 17 MATT BOLGER 14 13 MATT BOLGER 14 8 MATT BOLGER 8 10 MATT BOLGER 17 10 MATT BOLGER 5 17 MATT BOLGER 11 12 MATT BOLGER 16 13 MATT BOLGER 14 9 MATT BOLGER 13 22 FRED HILL 13 21 FRED HILL 25 15 FRED HILL 28 18 FRED HILL 36 14

TIES 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1


YEARLY RECORDS/COACHES YEAR NAME OF COACH 1988 FRED HILL 1989 FRED HILL 1990 FRED HILL 1991 FRED HILL 1992 FRED HILL 1993 FRED HILL 1994 FRED HILL 1995 FRED HILL 1996 FRED HILL 1997 FRED HILL 1998 FRED HILL 1999 FRED HILL 2000 FRED HILL 2001 FRED HILL 2002 FRED HILL 2003 FRED HILL 2004 FRED HILL 2005 FRED HILL 2006 FRED HILL 2007 FRED HILL 2008 FRED HILL 2009 FRED HILL 2010 FRED HILL 2011 FRED HILL 2012 FRED HILL 2013 FRED HILL 2014 FRED HILL/JOE LITTERIO 2015 JOE LITTERIO 2016 JOE LITTERIO TOTALS

WINS 38 34 37 33 32 38 28 28 32 28 33 37 40 42 35 37 30 32 29 42 23 22 30 20 31 28 30 19 27 1,805

LOSSES 21 19 19 24 17 17 19 29 21 24 16 21 18 17 22 22 23 21 28 21 29 31 26 30 25 30 25 35 28 1,550

TIES 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 26

COACH No Coach Frank Gordon Frank Cox Walter Brodie Chaz Piez Frank Cox Fred Jacklitsch J Tasker Charles Ward George M. Case Matt Bolger Fred Hill Joe Litterio

YEARS 1870-1906 1907 1908-1911 1912-1915 1916-1917 1918-1925 1926-1931 1932-1937 1938-1949 1950-1960 1961-1983 1984-2014 2014-Present

RECORD 100-155-1 3-8-0 18-35-0 32-26-0 6-11-0 38-61-2 43-42-0 35-53-2 103-77-2 118-86-3 294-251-7 941-662-7 76-84-1

WINNING % .393 .272 .386 .552 .353 .380 .506 .400 .571 .577 .539 .587 .475

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SERIES RESULTS SINCE 1946 Adelphi (3-2) 4/22/81 L 7-6 4/21/82 W 23-14 4/17/85 W 4-2 4/15/87 W 11-9 4/13/88 L 6-5 Alabama-Birmingham (0-1) 5/20/91 L

10-9

American (1-0) 4/3/53 W 15-1 American Legion (1-0) 5/23/47 W

12-5

Amherst (1-1-1) 5/6/50 W 12-0 3/27/69 L 5-3 3/27/69 T 3-3 Arkansas State (1-2) 3/18/74 W 3/19/74 L 3/19/74 L

5-2 6-4 14-3

Army (21-9) 4/9/48 W 9-6 4/16/49 W 7-6 5/14/51 W 4-3 4/22/52 W 11-4 4/15/53 W 3-1 4/12/57 L 4-2 4/16/58 L 6-1 4/15/59 W 6-3 4/11/62 W 14-3 5/8/63 W 12-7 5/6/64 L 4-0 4/28/65 W 7-5 4/20/67 W 6-4 4/2/68 L 6-2 4/3/69 W 11-5 4/1/71 L 4-1 4/6/72 W 2-1 4/3/74 L 2-1 5/12/75 W 2-0 5/4/76 W 13-12 4/14/77 W 7-3 4/13/78 W 9-4 4/12/79 L 8-6 4/10/80 L 5-4 3/20/91 L 6-5 3/14/92 W 7-5 3/15/92 W 3-2 5/10/97 W 16-7 5/10/97 W 9-0 5/26/00 W 4-3 (NCAA) Auburn (1-1) 5/21/98 W 17-15 (NCAA) 5/23/98 L 7-4

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Ball State (0-1) 3/18/15 L

6-2

Boston College (16-8) 6/8/46 L 4/27/96 W 4/27/96 L 3/29/97 W 3/29/97 W 4/11/98 W 4/11/98 W 3/27/99 W 3/27/99 W 3/25/00 W

11-6 11-7 10-8 3-0 10-7 4-3 4-3 10-2 4-1 7-1

3/25/00 W 10-2 3/26/00 W 17-12 4/21/01 W 5-2 4/21/01 L 4-2 4/22/01 W 4-2 3/24/02 L 8-2 3/24/02 L 8-4 3/25/02 L 9-6 5/24/02 W 4-2 4/19/03 W 4-2 4/19/03 W 7-3 4/16/05 L 6-4 4/16/05 L 15-0 4/17/05 W 11-8 Bowdoin (1-0) 3/26/59 W 10-0 Bowling Green (1-0) 3/13/99 W

7-2

Brown (1-0) 4/4/64

5-2

W

Bucknell (16-3) 4/28/62 W 4/27/63 L 4/25/64 W 4/23/65 L 4/1/67 W 5/6/72 W 5/6/72 W 4/12/74 W 4/9/76 W 4/8/77 W 4/9/78 W 4/6/79 W 4/2/81 W 4/2/82 W 3/29/83 L 3/29/85 W 3/28/86 W 3/27/87 W 3/12/99 W Buffalo (1-0) 3/14/14 W BYU (1-0) 5/25/01

W

10-4 7-6 3-2 3-2 9-0 10-3 5-4 8-5 5-3 10-1 10-2 7-4 17-11 10-6 18-6 20-5 11-9 16-5 16-1 6-3

4-3 (NCAA)

California (0-1) 3/8/98 L 11-5 Canisius (1-0) 3/16/15 W

12-8

CCNY (3-0) 4/14/51 W 4/12/52 W 4/1/58 W

7-4 8-6 8-2

Central Connecticut State (2-0) 4/1/95 W 4/1/95 W

8-6 5-3

Central Florida (4-11) 2/25/94 W 7-1 2/26/94 L 2-0 2/27/94 L 6-1 3/15/96 W 1-0 3/16/96 L 11-2 3/17/96 L 6-2 3/18/97 L 15-13 3/19/97 L 13-6 3/20/97 W 7-4 3/16/07 L 10-8 3/17/07 W 4-3

3/18/07 L 4/25/14 L 4/26/14 L 4/27/14 L

4-0 3-1 4-3 10-3

Central Michigan (0-2) 3/14/15 L 3/14/15 L

3-1 9-2

Chicago (1-0) 3/22/75 W

7-3

Cincinnati (19-6) 4/13/06 L 4/14/06 W 4/15/06 W 5/24/06 W 5/5/07 W 5/5/07 W 5/6/07 W 5/3/08 L 5/3/08 W 5/4/08 L 3/27/09 L 3/28/09 W 3/28/09 W 4/15/11 W 4/16/11 W 4/17/11 L 4/27/12 W 4/28/12 W 4/29/12 W 4/13/13 W 4/13/13 L 4/14/13 W 4/17/14 W 4/18/14 W 4/19/14 W Clemson (1-1) 5/20/88 5/27/93

W L

6-5 9-6 19-3 13-7 16-6 7-3 8-3 11-10 13-9 7-3 6-3 2-0 7-4 3-2 17-2 7-6 3-1 13-3 5-2 6-1 3-2 7-2 5-4 3-1 4-1

6-1 (NCAA) 7-3 (NCAA)

Colby (0-1) 3/29/58 L

5-1

Colgate (21-7-1) 4/13/46 W 18-8 4/16/48 W 9-2 5/4/49 W 11-2 4/21/50 L 7-6 5/16/52 W 12-3 5/23/53 W 11-0 4/23/54 L 3-2 5/21/55 L 9-4 4/20/56 L 8-5 5/16/58 W 4-3 4/15/60 W 7-0 4/22/61 L 8-5 4/21/62 W 12-3 5/1/63 W 8-6 4/1/64 W 10-2 5/2/64 L 3-1 4/15/65 W 4-0 4/30/66 T 5-5 1966 W 3-2 5/6/67 W 2-0 4/13/68 W 8-7 4/26/69 L 8-0 4/26/69 W 7-0 4/25/70 W 3-0 4/25/70 W 7-3 4/21/73 W 3-1 4/21/73 W 5-4 4/20/74 W 7-0 4/20/74 W 5-1 Columbia (45-23)

4/10/46 W 3/31/47 L 4/7/48 W 5/11/49 W 4/12/50 W 4/18/51 W 4/30/52 L 4/11/53 L 4/10/54 L 4/7/55 W 4/14/56 L 4/14/56 W 5/8/57 L 4/15/58 W 4/26/60 W 5/4/60 W 5/1/61 L 5/1/62 W 5/11/62 W 4/6/65 L 5/4/65 W 4/6/66 W 5/2/66 L 4/5/67 W 4/4/68 W 5/8/69 L 4/7/70 W 5/4/71 W 5/2/72 L 4/30/73 W 4/1/74 L 4/2/75 L 3/30/76 L 4/11/77 W 4/17/78 W 3/27/79 L 4/23/80 W 3/29/82 W 3/27/84 L 4/11/85 W 4/9/86 W 4/8/87 W 5/3/88 W 5/1/90 L 4/30/91 W 4/28/92 W 4/27/93 W 4/26/94 W 4/25/95 W 4/23/96 W 4/22/97 L 4/21/98 W 5/3/99 W 4/18/00 W 4/18/01 W 4/17/02 W 4/16/03 L 4/27/04 W 4/13/05 W 4/11/06 W 4/8/08 W 4/7/09 L 4/7/10 L 4/6/11 W 4/4/12 L 4/2/13 W 4/9/14 L 4/15/15 W

18-8 7-6 4-2 4-1 11-4 3-1 11-8 6-3 1-0 5-3 5-2 6-3 13-8 5-3 6-4 18-4 4-1 8-7 7-2 2-1 11-3 6-1 4-3 7-5 6-3 7-4 10-5 13-5 7-0 3-2 16-1 11-10 5-3 7-6 9-1 7-2 22-3 6-5 8-4 23-13 6-4 10-4 5-0 8-7 12-3 9-5 6-4 8-5 12-8 15-6 8-2 16-5 5-3 12-4 20-2 21-11 11-1 15-9 9-2 17-4 5-4 9-1 12-11 5-4 7-6 15-6 13-2 7-4

Connecticut (33-31) 4/6/46 L 12-10 4/15/49 W 5-2 6/5/54 W 4-2 3/31/73 L 4-1 3/31/73 L 2-1 3/27/81 W 6-1 5/19/90 W 15-5 (NCAA) 3/23/96 W 3-0


SERIES RESULTS 3/23/96 L 4/27/97 W 4/27/97 L 3/7/98 W 4/18/98 L 4/18/98 W 4/19/98 L 4/10/99 W 4/10/99 L 4/11/99 W 4/8/00 W 4/8/00 W 4/10/00 L 5/18/00 W 3/25/01 L 3/26/01 L 4/14/02 W 4/14/02 W 5/3/03 W 5/3/03 L 5/4/03 W 4/17/04 W 4/17/04 W 4/18/04 W 4/23/05 W 4/23/05 L 4/24/05 L 5/18/06 L 5/19/06 L 5/20/06 L 5/25/06 W 4/5/07 W 4/6/07 W 4/7/07 W 5/27/07 W 4/9/09 L 4/10/09 W 4/10/09 L 4/23/10 L 4/24/10 L 4/24/10 L 5/27/10 W 5/29/10 L 5/29/10 L 4/29/11 W 4/30/11 L 5/1/11 L 4/20/12 L 4/20/12 L 4/21/12 W 5/3/13 L 5/4/13 W 5/5/13 W 5/25/13 L 3/28/14 W 3/29/14 L

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

Delaware (31-27) 5/12/51 W 5/10/52 W 5/20/53 W 5/12/54 L 5/7/55 L 5/7/55 W 5/8/56 L 5/7/57 L 5/10/58 L 5/9/59 L 5/21/60 W 5/20/61 W 5/20/61 W 5/19/62 L 5/16/64 L 5/16/64 L 5/7/66 W 4/18/68 W 5/3/69 W 4/6/70 L 4/6/71 L 3/29/72 L 4/3/73 L 4/10/75 L 4/17/77 W 4/17/77 W 4/16/78 W 4/16/78 L 4/28/81 L 4/27/83 L 4/25/84 W 4/24/86 W 4/23/87 W 4/21/88 L 4/20/89 W 4/19/90 W 4/14/93 W 4/21/94 L 4/20/95 L 5/9/96 W 4/30/97 W 4/22/99 W 5/2/00 W 5/1/01 W 4/30/02 W 5/15/03 L 5/13/04 W 5/11/05 W 5/16/06 L 4/11/07 L 5/15/07 W 4/9/08 L 4/29/08 W 4/28/09 L 4/26/11 L 4/24/12 W 4/23/13 W 5/1/13 L

4-3 8-6 10-0 7-6 4-0 2-1 1-0 8-1 9-0 3-2 8-4 12-2 3-0 2-1 6-5 8-0 13-0 9-4 3-0 5-2 7-1 5-0 10-5 2-0 3-2 7-4 7-4 11-7 10-6 12-2 10-2 9-3 8-21 7-6 6-1 13-8 5-2 8-5 10-1 2-1 15-7 8-7 11-4 5-2 12-8 3-2 16-5 14-4 4-3 13-9 8-5 5-3 5-4 12-5 14-12 6-4 4-2 4-2

Cornell (1-0) 4/29/66 W

3-0

Creighton (0-2) 3/15/86 L 4/27/13 L

14-1 3-2

Delaware State (1-0) 4/19/16 W

12-8

C.W. Post (5-0-1) 5/1/86 W 9-7 5/1/87 W 10-4 4/29/88 W 14-11 4/28/89 W 6-4 4/27/90 W 16-2 4/26/91 T 5-5

Drexel (1-0) 4/24/46 W

20-7

Duquesne (6-0) 4/23/94 W 4/23/94 W 4/24/94 W 3/18/95 W 3/18/95 W 3/19/95 W

9-2 5-4 18-5 9-7 6-5 3-1

East Carolina (0-4) 3/12/11 L 3/18/11 L

5-0 3-2

Dartmouth (2-3) 4/1/69 L 7-2 3/30/71 W 4-1 3/28/72 L 9-5 3/27/73 L 11-8 3/26/74 W 10-4

3/19/11 L 3/20/11 L

6-3 6-0

Eckerd (0-1) 3/22/83 L

7-5

Fairfield (1-0) 5/15/76 W

6-5

Fairleigh Dickinson (26-8) 3/29/68 W 5/11/69 W 5/7/70 W 4/8/71 W 4/3/72 W 4/12/73 L 5/5/74 L 4/30/75 W 4/30/76 W 4/29/77 L 4/28/78 L 4/24/81 W 5/3/82 L 4/30/84 L 4/29/85 W 4/25/86 L 4/22/88 W 4/10/91 W 4/8/92 W 4/7/93 W 4/11/96 W 4/10/97 W 4/8/99 W 4/6/00 W 4/5/01 W 5/7/02 W 3/26/03 W 3/24/04 W 5/3/05 W 5/3/06 W 5/3/06 L 5/2/07 W 5/6/09 W 5/19/10 W

2-0 3-1 9-1 8-4 3-2 7-4 6-5 8-7 4-3 5-3 4-3 17-9 12-1 13-4 13-2 15-10 13-7 12-11 14-1 8-2 16-2 8-7 15-6 17-3 15-3 14-4 3-1 27-0 14-7 9-3 7-5 11-2 10-2 8-2

Florida Atlantic (8-22) 3/23/85 L 3/24/90 W 3/14/93 L 3/11/94 W 3/16/97 L 3/17/97 L 3/17/98 W 3/18/98 W 3/16/99 L 3/14/00 L 3/13/01 L 3/19/02 L 3/19/03 L 3/17/04 L 3/15/05 L 3/14/06 L 3/13/07 L 3/18/08 L 3/17/09 L 3/16/10 L 3/17/10 W 3/9/12 L 3/10/12 W 3/11/12 W 3/6/15 L 3/7/15 L 3/8/15 L 3/11/16 L 3/12/16 W 3/13/16 L

14-3 7-6 8-4 12-5 13-5 6-5 5-1 4-1 5-3 5-4 5-4 6-5 9-8 12-11 10-6 6-4 9-4 10-1 12-11 12-3 2-0 5-2 6-3 10-4 18-5 10-3 12-4 9-8 5-4 3-2

Florida Gulf Coast (3-1)

3/13/12 W 3/14/12 W 3/15/16 L 3/16/16 W

12-8 7-2 9-6 9-2

Florida International (15-35) 3/22/84 L 3/19/85 W 3/21/85 L 3/22/85 L 3/20/86 L 3/21/86 W 3/20/87 L 3/21/87 W 3/18/88 L 3/24/88 L 3/23/89 L 3/18/90 W 3/21/90 L 3/21/90 L 3/17/91 W 3/19/91 L 3/19/91 L 3/20/92 W 3/21/92 L 3/19/93 W 3/20/93 W 3/14/95 L 3/15/95 L 3/12/96 W 3/13/96 L 3/15/97 L 3/15/97 L 3/16/98 L 3/15/00 L 3/14/01 L 3/18/02 L 3/18/03 L 3/16/04 L 3/18/04 W 3/11/05 L 3/12/05 W 3/13/05 L 3/10/06 L 3/11/06 L 3/12/06 L 3/9/07 W 3/10/07 L 3/11/07 L 3/13/10 W 3/13/10 W 3/14/10 W 2/14/14 L 2/15/14 L 2/15/14 L 2/16/14 L

13-1 6-4 8-3 2-0 10-4 11-9 3-2 2-1 7-1 11-10 8-1 8-7 22-10 8-3 11-4 4-3 7-1 5-2 8-6 2-0 5-4 4-2 8-2 3-1 5-1 4-3 7-3 16-8 2-1 3-0 8-6 12-10 13-10 4-3 9-7 14-10 9-0 7-3 16-7 12-9 12-5 4-2 7-6 20-11 11-8 15-11 7-6 13-1 5-0 5-4

Florida Memorial (4-1) 3/18/84 W 3/20/84 L 3/21/84 W 3/16/85 W 4/21/85 W

26-8 7-6 14-2 22-1 6-4

Florida State (0-1) 5/31/03

L

17-6 (NCAA)

Fordham (30-12-3) 4/7/47 L 6-5 4/9/49 W 9-6 5/4/50 W 10-2 6/9/51 W 8-4 6/7/52 T 9-9 5/9/53 W 3-1 5/15/54 W 16-7 4/16/55 L 3-2 5/12/56 W 2-0 5/12/56 W 4-3

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SERIES RESULTS 5/17/57 L 4/17/59 W 5/19/60 L 4/11/66 W 4/15/68 T 5/7/69 W 4/12/70 W 4/10/71 W 4/7/73 L 4/7/73 W 4/7/74 W 4/7/74 L 4/5/75 W 4/24/76 W 5/6/78 W 5/5/79 W 5/3/80 W 5/2/81 L 5/5/82 W 3/29/84 L 3/28/85 W 4/30/88 L 4/30/88 L 4/25/89 W 4/24/90 L 4/23/91 W 5/18/05 W 4/15/08 T 4/14/09 W 4/13/10 W 4/10/12 W 4/9/13 L 4/8/14 W 4/8/15 W 4/6/16 W

38

16-3 6-5 9-5 6-4 3-3 3-0 9-0 6-5 9-6 3-2 10-5 8-5 8-0 6-5 7-4 26-6 18-0 11-2 8-6 9-2 11-4 2-0 5-2 6-0 9-5 5-4 11-9 8-8 7-2 7-3 15-4 15-14 13-3 10-4 5-0

Fort Monmouth (1-0) 4/29/48 W

5-3

Franklin & Marshall (0-1) 3/31/75 L

11-2

Georgetown (45-8) 5/13/49 L 4/10/50 W 3/29/51 L 4/19/52 W 5/4/96 W 5/4/96 W 5/5/96 W 3/22/97 L 3/22/97 L 3/23/97 W 5/2/98 W 5/2/98 W 5/3/98 W 5/1/99 W 5/1/99 W 5/2/99 W 3/18/00 W 3/18/00 W 3/19/00 W 3/31/01 W 3/31/01 W 4/1/01 W 4/6/02 W 4/6/02 W 4/7/02 W 4/6/03 W 4/6/03 W 4/9/04 W 4/9/04 W 5/15/05 W 5/15/05 L 5/16/05 W 5/12/06 W 5/13/06 W 5/14/06 W

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

3/24/07 W 3/24/07 W 3/25/07 W 4/11/08 W 4/12/08 W 4/13/08 W 5/14/09 W 5/15/09 L 5/16/09 W 3/26/10 W 3/27/10 W 3/28/10 W 3/30/12 L 3/31/12 L 4/1/12 W 5/11/13 W 5/11/13 W 5/12/13 W

4-3 6-0 5-4 22-10 5-3 9-8 7-2 5-2 5-3 8-7 7-5 5-3 13-1 13-12 9-4 17-3 7-1 13-11

Georgia Tech (11-47) 3/4/88 W 3/5/88 L 3/6/88 W 3/3/89 W 3/4/89 L 3/5/89 L 3/2/90 L 3/3/90 L 3/4/90 L 3/8/91 W 3/9/91 L 3/10/91 L 2/28/92 L 2/29/92 L 3/1/92 L 3/5/94 W 3/5/94 L 3/6/94 L 3/1/96 L 3/2/96 L 3/3/96 W 3/5/99 L 3/6/99 L 3/7/99 L 3/2/01 L 3/3/01 W 3/4/01 L 3/7/03 L 3/8/03 L 3/9/03 L 3/5/04 L 3/6/04 W 3/7/04 L 2/25/05 L 2/26/05 W 3/3/06 L 3/4/06 L 3/5/06 L 3/2/07 L 3/3/07 L 3/4/07 W 2/29/08 W 3/1/08 L 3/2/08 L 2/28/09 L 2/28/09 L 3/5/10 L 3/6/10 L 3/7/10 L 3/4/11 L 3/4/11 L 3/6/11 L 3/2/12 L 3/3/12 L 3/4/12 L 3/1/13 L 3/2/13 L 3/3/13 L

10-7 12-4 9-7 9-3 14-4 4-3 3-1 2-1 12-2 13-7 13-1 11-2 11-1 15-3 8-1 2-1 17-7 13-2 9-1 6-3 5-4 12-3 19-5 6-2 2-1 10-9 13-1 11-6 6-5 7-5 6-5 7-5 13-6 11-6 10-9 25-8 12-2 11-4 18-12 10-8 9-5 10-6 4-3 6-0 6-4 13-4 5-0 19-5 9-4 10-0 9-5 14-3 16-2 9-4 6-3 13-1 11-2 12-0

George Mason (2-2) 3/14/96 L 2/27/16 W 2/27/16 L 2/28/16 W

5-4 11-5 6-5 8-6

George Washington (10-8) 4/2/49 L 4/1/50 W 3/28/51 W 5/9/86 W 5/13/88 W 5/13/89 L 5/10/91 W 5/1/93 L 5/1/93 L 5/2/93 W 5/14/93 W 4/9/94 L 4/9/94 W 4/10/94 W 5/6/95 L 5/6/95 L 5/7/95 L 5/13/95 W

11-8 4-3 4-2 4-1 13-2 6-3 4-2 8-4 9-8 9-3 4-2 3-1 3-0 12-4 9-4 9-7 26-8 9-4

Georgia (1-1) 5/21/90 5/21/90

W L

4-3 (NCAA) 20-9 (NCAA)

Georgia Southern (1-1) 3/21/69 W 3/22/69 L

8-5 5-2

Gettysburg (1-0) 4/19/62 W

8-4

Glassboro (2-0) 4/11/63 W 15-4 5/9/64 W 5-3 Hartford (2-1) 4/11/14 W 4/12/14 W 4/13/14 L

4-3 4-1 11-8

Harvard (3-0) 6/12/48 W 3/21/03 W 3/22/03 W

4-1 10-2 15-6

Hofstra (8-6) 6/6/59 W 4/28/61 W 4/25/63 W 5/4/64 L 5/20/65 L 4/26/66 W 4/22/68 W 4/21/69 L 4/22/70 L 5/5/72 W 5/6/74 W 5/1/12 L 4/30/13 L 3/11/14 W

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

Houston (1-2) 4/5/14 W 4/5/14 L 4/6/14 L

7-3 9-1 2-1

Howard (2-0) 4/20/60 W 4/21/78 W

14-2 7-3

Illinois (0-4)

3/20/89 L 4-0 5/9/15 L 5-4 5/9/15 L 6-2 5/10/15 L 28-13 Illinois State (1-0) 3/12/01 W

10-1

Illinois-Chicago (1-0) 3/18/74 W

7-5

Indiana (2-4) 4/10/15 L 4/11/15 L 4/12/15 L 4/1/16 W 4/2/16 W 4/2/16 L

4-3 6-0 5-4 7-1 3-2 9-2

Indiana State (0-1) 3/15/15 L

14-4

Iona (27-5) 4/22/78 W 4/12/80 L 4/12/80 W 5/6/86 L 5/2/88 W 5/1/89 L 4/29/91 W 5/5/92 W 5/4/93 W 5/3/94 W 4/28/95 W 4/26/96 W 5/2/97 W 4/28/98 W 4/27/99 W 4/25/00 W 4/24/01 W 4/23/02 W 4/22/03 W 4/20/04 W 4/20/05 W 4/19/06 W 4/18/07 W 4/16/08 W 4/15/09 W 5/16/12 L 4/3/13 W 4/1/14 W 4/2/14 L 5/1/14 W 3/11/15 W 3/9/16 W

15-4 5-4 8-1 23-10 5-4 4-0 4-3 16-1 7-2 10-9 11-9 12-4 4-3 22-4 4-3 9-0 12-11 16-9 11-2 21-5 6-4 9-1 10-3 16-7 14-2 5-4 6-3 7-5 6-4 10-5 12-3 13-8

Iowa (4-5) 3/14/99 W 10-1 3/18/99 L 15-6 3/15/08 W 8-6 3/15/08 L 9-2 3/16/08 L 16-14 2/26/10 L 6-3 5/14/15 W 5-3 5/15/15 L 10-3 5/16/15 W 3-2 Jacksonville (3-0) 5/31/03 W 9-5 (NCAA) 2/22/14 W 6-2 2/22/14 W 10-2 James Madison (1-2) 5/10/96 L 5/10/96 W 5/11/96 L Johns Hopkins (3-0)

1-0 4-2 7-6


SERIES RESULTS 3/26/51 W 13-1 4/2/53 W 5-3 4/2/54 W 10-3 Kansas (0-1) 5/29/93 L

9-2

Kansas State (1-0) 3/20/02 W

5-4

Kentucky (1-2) 3/21/69 L 5-1 3/22/69 W 3-2 5/19/88 L 6-2 (NCAA) Kilmer (1-0) 5/15/46 W

11-4

Lafayette (69-29-1) 5/20/46 W 4-1 5/10/47 L 3-2 5/24/47 W 7-2 5/8/48 W 7-6 5/22/48 W 7-0 4/30/49 W 16-3 5/14/49 W 5-1 6/10/49 W 4-1 4/29/50 W 14-12 5/20/50 W 9-8 4/21/51 W 8-5 5/19/51 W 8-3 5/3/52 L 8-2 5/17/52 W 7-3 5/16/53 L 4-0 5/1/54 L 9-1 5/22/54 L 6-4 4/20/55 L 2-0 4/30/55 L 4-3 4/28/56 L 10-5 5/16/56 L 21-8 4/27/57 L 11-1 5/15/57 W 5-4 4/26/58 L 7-0 5/14/58 W 9-8 4/25/59 W 11-10 5/6/59 W 6-1 5/7/60 W 8-4 5/11/61 W 11-5 5/17/61 W 3-1 5/9/62 L 14-8 5/15/62 L 9-8 5/17/63 W 4-1 5/7/64 W 9-2 5/15/64 W 7-3 4/17/65 W 2-0 5/5/65 L 8-2 4/16/66 L 11-1 5/3/66 L 3-1 1966 L 4-3 (NCAA) 4/8/67 L 9-1 5/2/67 W 12-5 4/6/68 L 3-2 4/30/68 W 4-2 4/5/69 W 3-2 4/30/69 L 7-3 5/6/70 W 7-4 4/20/71 W 5-1 5/5/71 L 11-3 4/18/72 L 2-0 4/17/73 W 3-2 5/2/73 L 5-1 4/16/74 W 3-2 5/2/74 L 6-1 5/9/75 L 10-2 4/13/76 W 12-8 4/28/76 W 7-3 3/30/77 W 6-1 4/27/77 W 7-6

4/10/78 L 6-2 4/26/78 W 5-4 3/28/79 W 8-0 4/25/79 L 10-8 4/7/80 W 5-1 4/17/80 L 9-8 4/7/81 W 9-2 4/16/81 W 10-8 4/27/82 W 5-2 4/26/83 W 12-8 5/2/84 W 15-5 5/1/85 W 16-4 4/30/86 W 13-11 4/29/87 W 17-8 4/27/88 W 7-6 4/26/89 W 18-4 4/24/91 W 4-3 4/23/92 W 15-10 5/6/93 L 8-6 3/25/94 W 12-8 3/23/95 W 9-0 3/12/97 W 12-1 3/24/98 W 24-5 5/3/00 W 16-5 5/2/01 W 11-8 5/1/02 W 5-4 4/30/03 W 10-7 5/4/04 W 1-0 4/27/05 W 17-1 4/26/06 W 8-2 5/3/07 W 6-1 6/2/07 W 11-10 (NCAA) 4/23/08 W 10-9 4/22/09 W 14-7 4/18/12 W 8-3 4/16/13 W 14-8 3/15/14 W 5-1 4/16/14 W 7-1 4/14/15 T 3-3 3/2/16 W 11-3 Lambuth (1-2) 3/20/74 L 3/25/75 L 3/26/75 W

9-8 4-3 11-2

La Salle (1-0) 3/14/87 W

27-1

Lehigh (61-15) 5/11/46 W 5/22/46 L 4/23/47 W 5/17/47 W 4/21/48 W 5/15/48 W 5/18/49 W 4/19/50 W 5/17/50 W 4/28/51 L 5/16/51 W 5/14/52 W 4/25/53 W 5/13/53 W 4/24/54 W 5/19/54 W 4/23/55 W 4/23/55 W 5/18/55 L 4/21/56 W 5/19/56 W 5/19/56 W 4/20/57 W 5/18/57 W 4/19/58 L 5/17/58 W 4/18/59 W 5/16/59 W

10-4 4-3 5-3 10-1 3-2 2-1 7-0 15-0 17-4 14-4 19-1 2-0 4-2 7-2 6-2 1-0 3-2 2-0 10-5 3-0 5-0 5-4 6-1 5-3 6-2 2-0 5-2 7-3

4/16/60 L 5/14/60 W 4/15/61 W 5/13/61 W 4/14/62 W 5/12/62 W 4/13/63 W 5/15/63 L 4/11/64 W 5/13/64 W 4/10/65 W 5/12/65 W 4/14/66 W 4/14/67 W 5/4/67 W 4/12/68 W 5/2/68 W 4/11/69 W 5/1/69 L 4/13/70 W 4/29/70 W 4/15/71 W 4/10/72 W 4/25/72 L 4/9/73 L 4/24/73 L 4/6/74 W 4/8/74 W 4/23/74 L 4/7/75 W 4/22/75 W 4/20/76 W 4/20/77 W 4/18/78 L 5/3/78 W 4/17/79 W 5/2/79 L 4/15/80 W 4/30/80 W 3/28/81 L 4/29/83 W 4/10/84 L 4/27/84 W 4/9/85 W 4/8/86 W 4/5/88 W 4/7/89 W 4/20/90 W

1-0 25-13 11-4 5-2 11-2 4-2 6-5 9-7 3-2 5-0 3-2 4-0 7-3 7-3 5-1 6-5 10-2 5-2 7-3 4-3 9-6 2-1 9-7 8-0 5-3 13-12 5-2 4-2 6-5 13-5 4-3 6-5 7-6 4-1 6-1 8-3 5-0 6-5 6-5 7-6 14-3 12-1 9-7 8-6 7-3 12-3 8-2 15-0

Liberty (2-3) 3/15/99 L 4-3 3/17/06 W 7-2 3/18/06 L 5-3 3/19/06 W 7-6 3/11/11 L 5-2 Lipscomb (1-0) 3/2/03 W

6-1

Long Island (6-6) 4/30/65 W 5/5/66 W 4/27/75 W 4/27/75 W 3/31/78 L 3/31/79 L 3/26/80 W 4/6/81 L 4/5/82 L 4/4/83 L 4/2/84 W 4/1/85 L

6-5 7-3 7-3 3-1 5-2 10-3 4-3 19-6 20-3 8-5 11-9 10-5

Louisville (9-21) 3/23/73 L 3/24/73 W 3/24/06 L

3-2 15-3 2-0

3/25/06 L 3/26/06 L 5/23/06 L 5/26/06 L 5/24/07 L 5/26/07 W 5/26/07 W 5/16/08 L 5/16/08 L 5/17/08 W 4/17/09 L 4/18/09 L 4/19/09 L 4/30/10 L 4/30/10 L 5/1/10 L 3/25/11 L 3/26/11 L 3/27/11 W 3/22/13 W 3/23/13 L 3/23/13 W 5/23/13 W 3/21/14 L 3/22/14 L 3/23/14 W 5/24/14 L

3-1 6-1 9-8 13-3 8-1 12-10 3-1 3-1 4-3 13-5 6-1 7-4 4-3 5-3 9-4 24-6 11-2 9-2 4-2 6-2 4-0 7-3 9-1 6-1 9-8 11-2 9-3

Maine (5-6-1) 4/2/56 T 4-4 4/3/58 W 6-2 4/1/60 W 3-2 4/3/71 L 6-4 4/3/71 L 7-5 3/19/86 L 14-10 5/16/86 L 5-1 (NCAA) 3/16/87 W 6-4 3/20/87 L 4-0 3/17/88 L 3-0 5/20/90 W 5-4 (NCAA) 3/17/93 W 17-3 Manhattan (0-1) 3/31/15 L

2-0

Maryland (7-6-1) 3/29/47 W 4/17/48 W 6/8/48 W 4/1/49 T 3/27/50 W 3/28/50 L 3/27/51 L 4/7/51 W 3/27/52 L 3/28/52 L 4/1/53 L 5/13/16 W 5/14/16 W 5/15/16 L

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

Maguire Air Force (3-0) 5/11/55 W 3/21/88 W 3/26/88 W

6-0 13-3 10-7

Marist (1-0) 3/20/99 W

6-4

Massachusetts (33-28) 4/18/81 L 4/18/81 L 4/25/81 W 4/25/81 W 4/17/82 L 4/17/82 L 4/24/82 W 4/24/82 W

3-1 13-5 8-4 5-3 5-3 4-1 6-2 3-2

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SERIES RESULTS 4/28/84 W 4/28/84 L 4/29/84 W 4/27/85 W 4/27/85 L 4/28/85 L 4/26/86 L 4/26/86 W 4/27/86 W 4/25/87 L 4/25/87 W 4/26/87 L 4/26/87 L 5/9/87 L 4/23/88 W 4/23/88 W 4/24/88 W 4/24/88 W 5/14/88 W 5/14/88 L 5/15/88 W 4/22/89 L 4/22/89 W 4/23/89 W 4/23/89 W 4/21/90 W 4/21/90 W 4/22/90 W 4/22/90 L 5/12/90 W 4/20/91 L 4/20/91 L 5/4/91 W 5/4/91 W 5/10/91 L 5/11/91 W 5/12/91 W 4/25/92 W 4/25/92 W 4/26/92 L 4/26/92 L 5/9/92 L 4/9/93 W 4/9/93 W 4/10/93 W 3/26/94 L 3/26/94 W 5/14/94 L 4/22/95 L 4/22/95 L 4/23/95 L 5/12/95 L 5/14/95 L Massachusetts Institute of Technology (0-1) 3/31/59 L

40

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

2-1

Memphis (Memphis State) (2-4) 3/21/73 L 3/22/73 L 5/15/14 L 5/16/14 W 5/17/14 W 5/23/14 L

6-4 5-3 8-3 7-0 7-5 5-1

Miami (10-52) 3/17/84 L 3/17/85 L 3/17/87 W 3/22/88 L 3/23/88 L 3/24/89 L 3/16/90 L 3/17/90 L 3/22/91 L 3/23/91 L 3/17/92 L

11-4 9-3 12-7 4-2 8-2 16-8 6-2 6-3 5-2 20-4 10-0

3/19/92 L 3/16/93 L 3/15/94 L 3/16/94 L 3/10/95 L 3/11/95 L 3/12/95 L 3/8/96 W 3/9/96 L 3/13/98 L 3/14/98 L 3/15/98 L 3/10/00 L 3/11/00 W 3/12/00 L 3/9/01 W 3/10/01 L 3/11/01 W 3/15/02 W 3/16/02 L 3/17/02 W 3/14/03 L 3/16/03 W 3/12/04 L 3/13/04 L 3/14/04 L 3/16/05 L 3/14/07 L 2/20/09 L 2/21/09 L 2/21/09 W 2/22/09 L 2/19/10 L 2/20/10 L 2/21/10 L 2/18/11 L 2/19/11 W 2/20/11 L 2/17/12 L 2/18/12 L 2/19/12 L 2/16/13 L 2/16/13 L 2/17/13 L 2/13/15 L 2/14/15 L 2/14/15 L 2/15/15 L 2/19/16 L 2/20/16 L 2/21/16 L

14-7 11-3 14-5 7-6 12-5 8-0 11-4 5-4 12-3 9-4 10-2 16-8 6-5 11-6 5-3 6-4 13-2 9-6 4-3 8-3 9-5 15-5 8-7 12-2 10-5 6-5 13-2 4-1 6-1 4-2 5-4 18-9 12-1 10-8 9-7 2-1 6-5 5-3 6-2 4-1 9-7 5-4 4-1 7-0 5-2 9-5 9-3 25-4 4-1 2-0 8-1

Miami (Ohio) (0-1) 3/16/00 L

6-4

Michigan (3-3) 2/25/11 W 8-2 2/26/11 W 9-4 2/26/11 W 5-2 5/6/16 L 14-1 5/7/16 L 13-1 5/8/16 L 12-5 Michigan State (1-7) 3/19/85 W 3/22/89 L 4/17/15 L 4/18/15 L 4/19/15 L 3/26/16 L 3/26/16 L 3/27/16 L

8-6 9-8 10-4 15-7 6-2 5-2 5-4 6-5

3/21/91 L 8-7 3/6/98 L 9-8 3/18/05 W 13-2 3/19/05 W 6-2 3/20/05 W 7-6 4/4/15 W 13-6 4/4/15 L 11-9 4/5/15 W 6-5 Monmouth (27-9) 3/26/85 W 3/27/86 W 3/26/87 W 5/8/88 W 3/28/89 W 5/7/89 W 3/27/90 L 3/26/91 W 4/16/92 W 3/23/93 W 3/31/94 W 3/29/95 W 3/27/96 W 4/3/97 W 4/2/98 W 3/24/99 W 3/22/00 W 4/4/01 W 4/18/02 L 4/2/03 W 4/6/04 W 4/29/04 W 4/6/05 W 5/12/05 W 5/11/06 W 5/9/07 W 4/2/08 L 4/30/08 L 4/29/09 L 4/28/10 L 3/13/11 L 4/17/12 W 4/17/13 W 4/1/15 L 3/29/16 W 3/20/16 L Monmouth CC (1-1) 4/16/76 W 4/22/77 L Montclair State (8-8) 4/18/79 L 4/24/80 L 4/22/82 W 4/5/83 L 4/24/84 L 4/23/85 W 4/22/86 L 4/21/87 W 4/19/88 W 4/18/89 L 4/23/90 W 4/16/91 W 4/14/92 W 4/13/93 L 5/11/94 L 4/11/95 W

25-7 16-8 14-6 4-3 3-1 7-1 14-2 12-4 9-8 5-4 6-0 12-11 14-1 13-1 15-10 5-1 12-2 8-5 7-3 8-2 5-0 4-0 9-8 21-2 4-3 8-0 6-5 4-2 6-4 2-1 3-2 8-1 7-6 6-4 20-4 12-2 8-3 7-5 12-8 5-4 6-5 5-2 6-1 3-1 4-0 4-3 11-6 7-4 7-6 6-2 16-10 6-5 14-8 8-5

Morristown (1-0) 5/19/47 W

5-1 11-4 5-1 4-2

Middle Tennessee State (0-1) 3/1/03 L

7-6

Muhlenberg (2-0) 4/30/58 W 4/26/62 W

Minnesota (5-4) 3/18/91 L

36-7

Murray State (8-8) 3/18/73 L

3/18/73 W 5-3 3/19/73 W 7-4 3/19/73 L 4-3 3/16/74 L 11-2 3/17/74 W 5-1 3/17/74 L 11-0 3/21/75 L 15-0 3/23/75 L 12-2 3/27/75 L 21-10 3/21/81 L 12-4 3/21/81 W 6-4 3/22/81 W 9-6 3/23/81 W 19-3 3/24/81 W 5-3 3/25/81 W 12-3 Navy (3-5) 5/17/48 W 2-0 6/9/48 L 3-2 (NCAA) 4/4/49 L 6-4 4/8/50 W 11-5 4/4/51 W 6-5 3/29/52 L 8-4 4/13/54 L 8-7 3/18/16 L 3-2 Nebraska (1-5) 5/26/01 L 5-4 (NCAA) 5/27/01 L 14-10 (NCAA) 4/28/13 L 3-1 4/29/16 W 3-2 4/30/16 L 8-1 4/30/16 L 8-4 New Hampshire (5-0) 4/9/65 W 4-1 4/8/66 W 9-5 3/31/67 W 6-1 4/10/68 W 11-8 4/9/69 W 3-0 New York Tech (5-5) 4/3/85 L 9-6 4/2/86 W 10-5 4/1/87 L 7-5 3/30/88 L 6-5 3/29/89 W 4-3 3/28/90 L 2-0 3/27/91 L 4-3 4/21/93 W 9-4 5/17/94 W 5-2 3/28/96 W 11-0 New York University (10-7) 4/28/48 W 9-5 5/2/58 L 5-3 4/23/56 L 10-0 5/4/57 L 12-6 5/2/68 L 5-3 4/30/59 W 6-1 4/28/60 L 13-12 5/8/61 W 5-0 6/1/68 L 5-0 (NCAA) 5/10/69 L 8-4 5/9/70 W 5-2 5/9/70 W 9-4 5/1/71 W 14-13 5/1/71 W 8-4 4/29/72 L 8-2 4/29/72 W 10-9 4/27/74 W 7-5 Newark Bears/Newark College (3-1) 4/11/47 W 7-4 5/21/48 W 5-0 4/19/49 L 10-1 5/4/51 W 16-0


SERIES RESULTS NJIT (6-0) 3/12/08 W 3/11/09 W 3/10/10 W 3/9/11 W 3/24/15 W 3/19/16 W

16-3 11-1 10-1 13-3 5-3 10-3

North Carolina (3-11) 2/28/86 L 6-0 3/1/86 L 6-5 3/2/86 L 12-0 3/6/87 L 13-1 3/7/87 L 8-2 3/8/87 L 10-9 3/11/88 W 5-1 3/12/88 L 7-5 3/13/88 W 8-3 5/18/90 L 3-2 (NCAA) 5/20/90 W 9-7 (NCAA) 3/1/91 L 5-4 3/2/91 L 11-3 5/27/00 L 9-3 (NCAA) North Carolina-Charlotte (1-0) 5/28/93 W 5-1 (NCAA) North Carolina State (4-5) 3/11/89 L 3/11/89 L 3/12/89 L 2/18/00 L 2/19/00 W 2/20/00 L 2/19/01 W 2/20/01 W 2/21/01 W

6-2 6-4 8-7 9-8 7-3 5-4 5-2 8-2 8-7

North Dakota (1-0) 3/27/75 W

14-4

Northeastern (3-0) 3/27/76 W 3/28/78 W 3/29/78 W

1-0 5-0 6-5

Northwestern (2-4) 3/26/69 W 3-2 3/29/69 L 6-5 2/27/10 L 7-5 5/19/16 L 5-1 5/20/16 L 12-10 5/12/16 W 10-7 Northern Iowa (1-0) 5/26/01 W

6-5 (NCAA)

Notre Dame (20-34) 4/13/96 W 4/13/96 L 4/14/96 W 4/13/97 L 4/13/97 W 4/14/97 L 5/15/98 W 5/16/98 W 3/28/99 L 3/28/99 W 5/13/00 W 5/13/00 L 5/14/00 L 4/7/01 L 4/7/01 L 4/8/01 L 5/18/01 L 5/4/02 L 5/4/02 L 5/5/02 W

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

5/23/02 L 5/25/02 W 5/25/02 L 5/10/03 L 5/10/03 W 5/11/03 W 5/23/03 L 5/24/03 W 5/24/03 L 5/15/04 L 5/15/04 L 5/16/04 L 4/4/05 W 4/4/05 W 4/21/06 L 4/22/06 L 4/23/06 L 4/28/07 L 4/28/07 W 4/29/07 L 5/23/07 W 4/4/08 L 4/5/08 L 4/6/08 L 4/9/10 L 4/10/10 W 4/11/10 W 5/7/11 L 5/7/11 L 5/8/11 W 5/11/12 L 5/12/12 W 5/13/12 L 5/24/12 L

8-3 5-4 3-2 2-0 10-2 5-3 9-3 15-11 11-3 1-0 7-1 5-3 5-3 11-10 11-5 15-3 14-12 15-3 7-0 6-4 13-2 7-5 11-2 11-2 9-8 25-5 8-6 3-0 5-4 3-2 5-2 11-6 2-1 9-0

Oklahoma (1-3) 5/22/98 L 9-7 (NCAA) 3/7/14 L 16-11 3/7/14 L 7-5 3/9/14 W 8-6 Oklahoma State (0-2) 5/19/91 L 9-4 (NCAA) 4/26/13 L 4-1 Old Dominion (34-23) 2/28/97 L 3/1/97 W 3/2/97 W 2/17/98 L 2/17/98 L 2/18/98 W 2/26/99 L 2/27/99 L 2/28/99 L 2/25/00 W 2/26/00 W 2/27/00 W 2/16/01 W 2/17/01 W 2/18/01 W 3/1/02 W 3/2/02 W 3/2/02 W 2/21/03 L 2/22/03 L 2/27/04 W 2/28/04 W 2/29/04 L 3/4/05 W 3/6/05 L 3/6/05 L 2/24/06 W 2/25/06 L 2/26/06 L 2/23/07 W 2/24/07 W 2/25/07 L

6-3 21-9 21-17 10-9 9-5 13-11 11-3 4-1 8-3 2-1 9-1 17-11 5-4 6-2 5-3 7-4 7-3 3-2 5-1 5-2 2-1 10-4 8-4 11-2 13-8 12-5 9-5 11-7 12-3 9-5 8-4 2-0

2/24/08 W 2/24/08 L 3/6/09 W 3/7/09 W 3/8/09 W 3/19/10 L 3/20/10 W 3/21/10 W 3/15/11 W 3/16/11 W 2/24/12 W 2/25/12 W 2/26/12 W 2/22/13 W 2/24/13 L 2/24/13 W 3/1/14 W 3/1/14 L 3/2/14 L 2/27/15 L 2/28/15 L 3/1/15 W 3/5/16 L 3/5/16 L 3/6/16 W

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

Ohio State (1-3) 3/20/04 L 3/27/15 L 3/28/15 W 3/29/15 L 4/15/16 W 4/16/16 L 4/17/16 L

6-4 13-4 4-2 1-0 7-4 11-3 2-1

Oregon State (0-2) 6/1/07 6/4/07

L L

5-1 (NCAA) 5-2 (NCAA)

Pace (11-4) 4/10/86 L 4/9/87 W 4/5/90 W 5/3/91 W 5/1/92 L 4/29/93 W 4/28/94 L 4/25/96 W 4/24/97 W 4/15/99 W 4/13/00 W 4/26/02 W 4/24/03 W 5/8/04 W 5/9/04 L

11-10 6-3 17-5 21-7 6-3 17-5 8-5 10-8 19-5 17-11 10-1 21-2 18-3 6-0 4-0

Panzer (2-1) 5/1/46 L 12-4 4/12/47 W 7-6 4/10/48 W 17-16 Penn (7-4) 4/14/54 W 9-7 4/5/55 L 3-1 4/3/56 W 8-6 4/24/57 W 8-4 4/2/58 L 7-6 4/4/59 W 7-5 4/9/60 L 10-4 4/20/61 W 11-6 5/14/62 W 8-4 4/16/79 L 13-6 4/13/81 W 8-2 Penn State (31-37) 4/26/49 W 6-2 6/7/49 L 7-4 (NCAA) 4/15/50 W 6-3

4/27/51 L 2-1 5/2/52 L 11-5 5/5/54 L 1-0 4/15/55 W 4-1 5/5/56 L 7-2 5/3/57 L 9-7 4/30/60 W 4-3 5/3/61 L 15-2 4/20/63 W 5-4 4/18/64 L 5-4 4/18/64 L 3-0 4/24/65 W 3-2 4/24/65 W 3-2 4/23/66 L 6-1 4/23/66 W 4-1 4/22/67 L 10-2 4/22/67 L 4-2 4/20/68 L 4-3 4/20/68 W 4-2 4/18/70 W 9-4 4/18/70 L 6-2 1970 L 5-1 (NCAA) 4/17/71 W 3-2 4/17/71 L 1-0 4/15/72 L 1-0 4/15/72 L 6-2 4/14/73 W 4-3 4/14/73 L 9-0 4/13/74 W 1-0 4/13/74 W 8-3 4/12/75 L 4-2 4/12/75 W 4-2 4/10/76 L 7-4 4/10/76 L 8-7 4/9/77 L 3-1 4/9/77 L 9-3 4/8/78 L 6-2 4/8/78 L 3-2 4/7/79 L 7-4 4/7/79 L 14-4 4/20/79 L 4-3 4/4/81 W 6-5 4/4/81 W 8-0 4/23/83 W 9-3 4/23/83 W 4-1 3/30/85 L 16-5 3/30/85 W 8-7 3/29/86 W 5-4 3/29/86 W 3-2 3/28/87 W 5-3 3/28/87 W 7-2 5/8/87 W 8-1 5/12/89 W 6-1 5/11/91 W 12-6 5/28/00 L 6-5 (NCAA) 3/13/09 L 12-8 3/14/09 W 6-5 3/14/09 W 5-2 3/15/09 L 7-3 5/1/15 L 8-1 5/2/15 L 12-10 5/3/15 L 8-5 4/22/16 W 5-0 4/23/16 W 6-4 4/24/16 L 7-5 Pittsburgh (28-18) 4/4/96 W 8-6 4/6/97 W 6-5 4/6/97 L 6-4 3/28/98 W 4-1 3/28/98 W 12-2 3/29/98 W 9-6 5/15/99 L 7-5 5/15/99 W 6-4 5/16/99 W 14-8 4/20/00 W 7-0 4/20/00 W 12-2

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5/17/00 W 4/28/01 W 4/28/01 L 4/29/01 W 4/20/02 W 4/20/02 W 4/21/02 L 4/4/03 L 4/4/03 W 4/8/04 W 4/8/04 W 3/26/05 W 3/26/05 W 5/6/06 L 5/6/06 W 5/7/06 W 5/11/07 W 5/12/07 W 5/13/07 L 4/25/09 W 4/25/09 L 4/26/09 L 4/1/10 W 4/2/10 W 4/3/10 L 5/26/10 W 4/21/11 L 4/21/11 L 4/23/11 L 5/5/12 W 5/5/12 L 5/6/12 L 4/20/13 L 4/20/13 L 4/21/13 L

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

Princeton (59-37-3) 4/17/46 W 5/25/46 W 4/30/47 L 4/24/48 W 5/11/48 W 5/21/49 W 5/28/49 L 4/22/50 W 5/27/50 L 5/1/51 L 6/6/51 L 4/10/52 W 5/31/52 W 4/28/53 L 5/29/54 L 4/6/55 W 4/27/55 L 4/10/56 W 5/10/56 L 4/9/57 W 5/1/57 L 4/9/58 L 5/12/58 L 4/8/59 W 5/8/59 L 4/6/60 L 5/3/60 W 4/7/61 T 5/19/61 L 4/17/62 L 5/4/62 W 4/16/63 W 5/3/63 W 4/27/64 W 4/20/65 L 5/19/65 L 4/19/66 W 5/10/66 W 4/18/67 W 5/9/67 W 4/16/68 W

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

5/7/68 W 10-2 4/15/69 W 6-4 5/13/69 L 3-0 5/11/70 W 6-2 5/12/70 W 2-1 4/13/71 L 6-2 5/11/71 W 11-2 4/12/72 W 8-6 4/11/73 W 7-4 5/8/73 L 5-2 4/24/74 L 8-7 4/8/75 W 5-4 4/23/75 W 9-0 4/7/76 W 13-7 4/21/76 L 11-3 5/22/76 L 5-3 4/6/77 L 12-0 5/5/77 L 1-0 4/5/78 W 17-4 5/1/78 W 6-1 4/10/79 L 4-3 4/30/79 W 3-2 4/2/80 L 5-3 4/1/81 T 4-4 4/27/81 W 7-5 4/6/83 L 7-6 5/9/84 W 4-0 5/9/84 W 7-3 4/22/85 W 9-4 5/8/86 W 4-3 5/6/87 W 7-2 5/4/88 W 8-0 5/3/89 L 7-2 5/2/90 L 8-4 5/14/91 W 6-5 5/15/91 L 6-2 5/15/91 L 8-2 4/29/92 W 7-5 4/28/93 W 3-2 5/7/94 W 4-3 4/19/95 W 14-2 3/31/96 W 9-3 4/1/96 W 3-2 5/5/97 W 7-5 3/30/99 W 18-5 3/29/00 W 19-4 3/28/01 W 3-1 4/9/02 L 8-1 5/6/03 W 20-0 4/15/04 W 15-6 3/30/05 L 3-2 3/29/06 T 3-3 3/28/07 W 12-4 3/26/08 L 1-0 3/24/09 W 10-7 4/6/10 W 10-2 4/5/11 L 11-8 4/3/12 W 12-11 Providence (7-8) 3/16/95 L 13-1 4/28/96 L 8-6 4/28/96 W 11-7 5/14/96 L 4-1 3/27/97 W 9-4 3/27/97 W 9-3 4/25/98 W 10-5 4/25/98 W 17-13 4/26/98 L 5-4 5/14/98 L 3-2 4/24/99 L 9-6 4/24/99 W 15-14 4/25/99 L 11-4 5/21/99 W 11-4 5/22/99 L 9-2 Purdue (3-2)

3/17/99 L 2/28/10 W 3/20/15 (First B1G) L 3/21/15 W 3/22/15 W

15-9 6-5 9-5 4-1 5-2

Rhode Island (42-11) 4/8/81 W 4/8/81 W 4/29/81 L 4/29/81 W 4/18/82 L 4/18/82 W 5/1/82 W 5/1/82 W 4/18/83 L 4/18/83 L 5/1/83 W 5/1/83 W 4/14/84 L 4/14/84 W 4/13/85 W 4/13/85 W 4/14/85 L 4/12/86 L 4/12/86 W 4/13/86 W 4/11/87 W 4/11/87 W 4/12/87 L 4/12/87 W 4/9/88 W 4/9/88 L 4/10/88 W 4/10/88 W 4/8/89 W 4/8/89 W 4/9/89 W 4/9/89 W 4/7/90 L 4/7/90 W 4/8/90 W 4/8/90 W 4/27/91 W 4/27/91 W 4/28/91 W 4/28/91 W 3/28/92 W 3/28/92 W 3/29/92 W 3/29/92 W 3/28/93 L 3/28/93 W 4/17/94 W 4/17/94 W 4/18/94 W 4/29/95 W 4/29/95 W 4/30/95 W 3/19/99 W

7-1 4-2 9-8 8-4 5-1 4-0 9-8 5-0 7-1 4-1 5-3 8-1 10-2 9-0 5-3 12-3 8-4 2-0 7-4 14-3 16-1 14-4 5-3 7-2 1-0 3-0 4-3 12-5 4-2 3-1 5-1 11-0 3-2 9-4 5-4 10-0 6-5 11-5 11-5 5-4 10-2 12-2 21-10 9-6 4-3 4-0 8-1 7-3 9-4 6-2 8-1 13-3 2-1

Rice (0-1) 5/29/99

L

6-1 (NCAA)

Richmond (2-0) 3/15/13 W 3/16/13 W

5-4 9-8

Rider (41-26) 4/27/61 W 3-0 4/24/62 W 7-6 4/23/63 L 8-1 4/24/64 L 6-3 5/18/65 L 7-6 4/29/68 L 7-6 4/28/69 L 5-4 5/4/70 W 7-3 4/29/71 L 12-5

4/27/72 L 7-0 5/7/73 L 9-5 4/30/74 L 19-14 5/7/75 W 7-0 4/4/78 W 7-4 4/29/79 L 3-2 3/31/81 L 1-0 3/30/82 W 8-2 5/5/83 L 12-9 5/3/84 W 5-1 4/15/86 L 6-2 4/29/86 W 5-1 5/17/86 L 9-4 (NCAA) 4/14/87 W 6-4 4/12/88 L 2-1 4/26/88 L 10-5 4/11/89 W 5-2 4/27/89 W 14-9 4/10/90 W 1-0 4/26/90 W 15-7 4/9/91 L 8-7 4/7/92 W 11-1 4/21/92 W 5-1 4/6/93 L 11-5 4/20/93 W 8-2 5/11/93 W 5-4 4/5/94 W 9-6 4/19/94 L 10-1 4/4/95 L 16-5 4/18/95 W 15-1 4/2/96 W 5-3 4/15/97 W 13-8 4/21/97 W 10-7 3/26/98 L 8-4 4/14/98 W 11-1 4/13/99 W 7-3 5/9/99 W 6-4 3/23/00 W 6-0 4/12/00 W 4-3 4/3/01 W 11-1 4/11/01 W 3-0 4/2/02 W 7-3 4/10/02 L 4-3 5/18/03 W 5-4 3/30/04 W 7-1 5/18/04 W 9-8 3/31/05 W 11-2 4/14/05 L 7-6 3/28/06 W 5-3 3/27/07 W 15-6 3/25/08 W 4-3 3/25/09 L 13-5 3/24/10 W 12-8 3/21/12 W 5-0 3/26/13 L 9-3 4/22/14 W 6-4 3/25/15 W 9-3 3/23/16 L 3-2 Rollins (0-2) 3/25/69 L 3/28/69 L

4-2 5-0

Rutgers Camden (1-0) 5/5/51 W

3-2

Rutgers Newark (2-0) 4/26/47 W 17-2 5/4/55 W 18-1 St. Bonaventure (7-2) 4/3/93 L 2-1 4/3/93 W 13-9 4/4/93 W 6-5 4/2/94 W 1-0 4/2/94 W 9-6 3/25/95 W 6-5 3/25/95 W 12-8


SERIES RESULTS 3/26/95 L 13-6 5/13/95 W 16-12 St. Francis (NY) (9-2) 3/25/86 W 3/24/87 W 4/19/91 L 4/4/92 W 4/4/92 W 4/5/92 W 4/8/94 W 4/6/95 L 5/1/97 W 4/29/99 W 3/27/01 W

16-7 10-2 6-5 5-1 6-0 10-4 11-10 6-2 6-2 13-3 9-2

St. John’s (34-50) 6/6/49 L 14-8 (NCAA) 4/30/51 L 9-4 4/21/54 L 7-4 6/1/57 L 5-0 4/10/58 W 4-3 5/2/59 L 3-1 4/5/61 W 6-3 4/18/63 L 10-3 4/16/64 L 7-0 5/17/65 L 11-8 4/12/66 L 2-1 1966 L 9-4 (NCAA) 4/12/67 W 7-6 4/26/68 W 3-1 5/31/68 L 12-0 (NCAA) 4/7/69 L 5-4 5/1/70 W 4-2 4/27/71 L 8-4 4/30/72 L 4-0 4/19/73 L 13-3 4/18/74 L 7-6 4/17/75 L 11-0 4/14/76 L 9-8 5/21/76 L 1-0 4/13/77 L 14-3 4/12/78 W 8-6 4/11/79 L 5-4 4/3/80 L 8-2 4/3/81 L 10-0 4/1/82 W 9-3 4/14/83 L 9-1 4/18/85 L 5-4 3/29/88 W 11-6 5/4/89 W 1-0 4/2/91 W 11-9 4/4/91 W 6-5 3/31/92 L 16-8 4/2/92 W 10-8 3/28/95 W 3-0 3/30/95 W 6-1 3/24/96 W 10-5 3/25/96 L 9-5 4/26/97 L 12-2 4/26/97 W 12-11 5/13/97 L 3-0 5/15/98 W 14-10 4/3/99 L 10-0 4/3/99 W 9-8 5/20/99 W 13-9 5/22/99 L 6-4 4/15/00 W 9-3 4/15/00 W 9-7 4/16/00 W 7-5 5/12/01 W 2-1 5/12/01 W 18-9 5/13/01 W 6-5 5/18/02 L 6-1 5/19/02 L 3-1 5/19/02 W 11-10 4/17/03 W 7-6 4/17/03 W 9-7

4/25/04 L 4/25/04 L 5/1/05 W 5/1/05 L 5/2/05 L 4/28/06 L 4/29/06 L 4/30/06 W 3/30/07 L 3/31/07 L 4/1/07 W 3/20/08 L 3/21/08 L 3/22/08 L 4/4/09 L 4/4/09 L 4/5/09 L 5/20/10 W 5/21/10 L 5/22/10 W 4/5/12 L 4/6/12 W 4/7/12 L

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

St. Joseph’s (38-10) 4/22/83 W 4/22/83 L 5/4/83 L 5/4/83 W 4/19/84 L 4/21/84 L 4/21/84 W 4/20/85 L 4/20/85 W 4/21/85 W 4/19/86 W 4/19/86 W 4/20/86 W 5/2/87 W 5/2/87 W 5/3/87 W 5/3/87 W 4/16/88 W 4/16/88 W 4/17/88 W 4/17/88 W 4/15/89 W 4/15/89 W 4/29/89 W 4/29/89 W 4/13/90 W 4/13/90 W 4/14/90 W 4/14/90 W 4/6/91 W 4/6/91 W 4/7/91 W 4/7/91 L 4/11/92 W 4/11/92 W 4/12/92 W 4/12/92 W 4/22/93 W 4/22/93 W 4/23/93 W 4/20/94 W 4/20/94 L 4/27/94 L 4/5/95 W 4/5/95 L 4/13/95 L 4/8/16 W 4/10/16 W

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

St. Leo (0-2) 3/19/83 L 3/20/83 L

5-4 6-2

St. Peter’s (22-2) 3/20/68 W 4/15/81 W 4/14/82 W 4/13/83 W 4/11/84 W 4/10/85 W 4/27/92 L 4/15/93 W 4/14/94 W 3/26/96 W 3/25/98 W 3/23/99 W 3/28/00 W 3/29/01 W 5/17/02 W 5/7/03 W 5/19/05 W 3/22/06 W 5/7/13 L 5/6/14 W 4/22/15 W 5/5/15 W 5/3/16 W 5/17/16 W

15-6 11-8 3-1 3-0 12-2 13-1 4-2 8-3 23-10 13-4 15-7 16-4 17-6 6-0 7-2 8-3 13-2 14-9 10-4 7-5 5-0 7-6 10-1 12-3

St. Thomas (6-2) 3/20/85 W 3/16/86 L 3/15/87 W 3/20/88 W 3/25/88 L 3/19/89 W 3/21/89 W 3/20/90 W

8-2 7-6 15-3 13-5 6-4 10-2 10-4 11-3

Seton Hall (53-57-1) 4/20/46 L 19-18 5/1/48 L 2-0 4/27/49 L 11-4 6/7/49 W 7-5 (NCAA) 6/5/50 L 13-3 5/8/51 L 8-4 5/6/61 W 5-3 4/6/63 L 3-0 4/9/64 L 6-5 5/10/65 L 9-3 4/9/66 L 4-3 4/10/67 W 9-5 4/25/68 W 9-0 4/13/69 W 5-3 4/24/69 L 9-8 4/10/70 L 8-2 4/26/70 L 1-0 1970 L 3-0 4/2/71 W 8-5 4/18/71 L 7-2 3/30/72 W 10-6 3/29/73 W 7-6 4/15/73 W 4-3 3/28/74 L 12-6 4/21/74 L 1-0 4/1/75 L 20-1 5/10/75 L 10-5 4/4/76 L 12-10 5/8/76 W 4-2 4/3/77 L 11-1 4/2/78 L 3-1 5/7/78 W 2-1 4/1/79 L 4-0 5/6/79 L 6-1 4/11/80 L 12-2 5/4/80 L 3-0 5/3/81 L 17-11 5/2/82 L 7-6 4/15/83 L 8-1 4/13/84 L 5-1 4/3/87 L 14-4

4/14/88 L 4/12/89 W 4/13/89 L 3/29/90 W 4/11/91 W 4/9/92 W 5/4/92 W 5/3/93 W 4/29/94 L 3/22/95 L 4/18/96 T 4/24/96 W 4/24/96 W 4/9/97 W 4/16/97 W 4/23/97 W 4/15/98 W 4/29/98 W 5/13/98 W 4/7/99 W 4/14/99 W 4/21/99 W 4/29/00 W 4/29/00 L 4/30/00 L 5/19/00 W 5/20/00 L 5/21/00 W 3/23/01 L 3/23/01 W 5/17/01 L 4/12/02 L 4/13/02 W 4/13/03 W 4/13/03 L 4/14/03 W 3/27/04 W 3/27/04 L 3/28/04 L 5/21/05 W 5/21/05 L 5/22/05 L 4/25/06 W 4/13/07 W 4/14/07 W 4/14/07 L 4/25/08 W 4/26/08 L 4/27/08 W 5/9/09 W 5/9/09 L 5/10/09 L 5/14/10 W 5/15/10 W 5/16/10 L 4/2/11 W 4/2/11 L 4/3/11 W 3/23/12 L 3/23/12 W 3/24/12 W 5/23/12 L 4/5/13 L 4/6/13 W 4/7/13 L 4/24/15 W 4/25/15 W 4/26/15 L 4/12/16 L 4/13/16 W Stanford (0-1) 5/21/88

L

9-7 8-2 5-4 4-3 19-18 9-6 9-2 17-7 10-1 15-4 8-8 2-1 12-4 16-4 12-3 6-3 9-8 14-4 9-6 9-7 17-10 17-10 5-1 7-5 7-5 6-2 4-3 1-0 8-5 7-3 4-2 1-0 3-2 5-1 2-1 10-4 4-1 5-4 12-11 8-4 10-4 8-1 9-5 13-9 4-2 2-1 7-3 4-0 6-3 3-1 3-2 14-10 15-3 11-1 5-4 4-1 3-2 9-5 3-0 10-2 9-6 6-1 15-1 7-5 5-3 3-2 4-2 15-6 7-6 3-2

8-1 (NCAA)

Stetson (1-2) 3/16/12 L 3/17/12 L 3/18/12 W

3-0 4-3 7-0

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SERIES RESULTS Stevens (2-0) 5/8/46 W 4/20/48 W South Alabama (0-1) 5/30/03 L

4-2 9-0

14-1 (NCAA)

South Florida (14-13) 3/23/83 L 3/24/83 L 3/24/83 L 4/20/07 W 4/21/07 W 4/22/07 W 4/18/08 L 4/19/08 L 4/20/08 W 3/20/09 L 3/21/09 L 3/22/09 L 4/16/10 W 4/17/10 W 4/18/10 W 4/8/11 L 4/9/11 W 4/10/11 L 5/16/13 L 5/17/13 L 5/18/13 W 5/22/13 L 5/24/13 W 5/9/14 W 5/10/14 W 5/11/14 W 5/21/14 W

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

Southern Illinois (7-11) 3/16/84 L 9-6 3/15/85 L 15-7 3/14/86 L 17-13 3/13/87 W 8-1 3/18/87 L 3-2 3/17/88 W 7-6 3/17/89 W 11-6 3/18/89 L 5-4 3/16/90 L 9-2 3/15/91 W 5-2 3/16/91 W 12-7 3/16/92 L 10-8 3/18/92 L 14-13 3/15/93 L 5-1 3/18/93 W 11-8 3/12/94 L 8-5 3/13/94 W 8-3 3/13/95 L 13-9 Syracuse (4-3) 3/31/48 L 7-2 5/3/49 W 15-8 5/20/55 L 7-1 4/27/56 W 7-1 4/15/67 L 6-0 4/15/67 W 5-4 4/23/71 W 8-2 Tampa (1-1) 3/18/83 L 3/21/83 W

7-2 10-8

Temple (43-23-1) 46-23-1 5/12/48 W 6-5 4/12/49 W 11-6 5/8/50 W 11-5 4/8/53 W 6-0 4/9/55 W 4-1 4/9/55 L 3-0

44

4/12/56 W 4/3/57 W 4/22/59 L 4/23/60 L 5/5/61 W 5/1/77 L 4/25/78 L 4/24/79 L 4/22/80 L 4/21/81 L 4/20/82 L 4/2/83 L 4/2/83 W 4/30/83 L 4/30/83 L 4/7/84 L 4/7/84 L 4/8/84 L 4/5/85 L 4/6/85 W 4/6/85 L 4/5/86 W 4/5/86 W 4/5/87 W 4/6/87 T 4/30/87 W 4/30/87 W 4/1/88 W 4/1/88 L 4/2/88 W 4/2/88 W 4/1/89 L 4/1/89 W 4/2/89 W 5/13/89 L 5/4/90 W 5/4/90 W 5/5/90 W 5/5/90 W 4/13/91 W 4/13/91 L 4/14/91 L 4/14/91 W 5/2/92 W 5/2/92 W 5/3/92 W 5/3/92 W 4/17/93 W 4/17/93 W 4/18/93 W 5/15/93 W 4/30/94 W 4/30/94 W 5/1/94 W 4/14/95 W 4/14/95 W 4/15/95 W 3/5/08 L 3/10/09 W 5/5/10 W 5/3/11 W 5/2/14 W 5/3/14 W 5/4/14 W Texas (1-1) 6/15/50 6/22/50

W L

7-6 6-5 7-1 6-5 10-8 23-5 4-2 9-6 12-5 14-6 12-9 4-2 1-0 10-3 9-0 3-2 5-3 14-8 15-3 4-2 5-4 8-1 5-2 5-4 2-2 3-2 11-6 3-2 5-2 7-5 4-3 2-1 13-5 5-0 9-7 10-3 8-2 4-1 8-2 9-1 5-4 4-3 2-1 6-1 12-2 6-3 20-2 15-0 5-3 8-0 5-2 6-1 4-3 11-5 5-4 9-3 18-3 9-5 11-8 10-5 2-1 5-4 4-3 9-6

4-2 (CWS) 15-9 (CWS)

Texas A&M (1-2) 3/7/08 W 10-8 3/8/08 L 2-1 3/9/08 L 12-3 Texas Tech (0-1) 5/28/99 L The College of New Jersey (as Trenton

5-2

State) (2-1) 5/4/63 W 16-5 5/11/64 L 3-2 5/8/65 W 6-2 Trinity (1-0) 4/3/47 W

6-1

Tufts (1-0) 4/7/54 W

6-3

Tulane (4-11) 2/19/93 L 9-3 2/20/93 W 7-4 2/21/93 W 12-2 3/3/95 L 4-3 3/4/95 L 7-2 3/5/95 W 11-8 3/7/97 L 15-5 3/8/97 L 7-1 3/9/97 L 7-1 3/3/00 L 9-8 3/4/00 L 7-4 3/5/00 L 3-0 3/8/02 L 4-2 3/9/02 L 6-4 3/10/02 W 5-3 Upsala (8-3) 4/1/78 W 5-2 4/11/81 L 9-3 4/7/83 W 7-3 5/8/84 L 4-3 3/27/85 W 8-7 3/26/86 W 14-8 3/25/87 W 9-1 5/1/88 W 13-10 4/30/89 L 4-0 4/29/90 W 11-0 5/5/91 W 9-2 Vanderbilt (0-1-1) 3/24/75 T 2/28/03 L

7-7 3-2

Villanova (39-38) 5/19/48 W 4/20/49 W 5/10/50 W 4/17/51 W 4/2/52 L 4/22/53 L 5/12/55 L 4/13/57 L 5/12/59 W 4/19/61 W 4/4/62 W 4/4/63 W 5/15/65 L 4/29/67 L 5/4/68 L 5/2/70 L 4/20/72 L 5/5/73 W 5/4/74 L 5/3/75 L 4/16/77 L 4/29/78 L 4/26/80 L 4/3/91 W 4/1/92 L 3/31/93 L 3/30/94 L 4/26/95 L 4/20/96 W 4/20/96 W 4/21/96 L 5/3/97 L

5-1 5-1 12-2 17-3 3-1 2-0 9-4 16-3 7-6 2-0 6-3 17-6 6-3 4-3 3-1 6-2 6-4 6-5 9-5 7-2 11-7 8-7 5-4 8-5 5-2 6-5 5-2 21-3 3-0 5-2 9-3 8-5

5/4/97 L 5/4/97 L 5/14/97 L 4/4/98 W 4/4/98 W 4/5/98 L 4/17/99 W 4/17/99 W 4/18/99 W 4/12/01 W 4/12/01 W 3/30/02 W 3/30/02 W 5/16/03 W 5/16/03 W 5/17/03 L 5/21/04 L 5/22/04 L 5/23/04 L 3/24/05 W 3/24/05 L 3/31/06 W 4/1/06 L 4/2/06 W 5/17/07 W 5/18/07 L 5/19/07 W 5/25/07 W 5/10/08 W 5/10/08 L 5/11/08 L 5/7/10 L 5/8/10 W 5/9/10 L 5/13/11 W 5/14/11 L 5/15/11 L 5/17/12 W 5/18/12 W 5/19/12 W 3/28/13 W 3/29/13 W 3/30/13 W 4/29/15 L 4/27/16 W

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

Virginia (5-1) 3/28/49 W 3/29/49 W 6/11/49 L 3/29/50 W 6/10/50 W 3/30/62 W

6-4 11-5 4-1 3-2 10-8 10-2

Virginia Commonwealth (8-7) 3/9/90 W 7-3 3/10/90 W 4-2 3/11/90 W 9-6 3/6/92 L 4-2 3/5/93 W 6-2 3/6/93 W 13-6 3/7/93 L 7-4 2/24/95 W 8-2 2/25/95 L 8-4 2/26/95 L 2-1 2/24/96 L 6-2 2/25/96 L 5-4 2/26/96 W 8-3 3/19/13 L 4-3 3/20/13 W 9-6 3/16/14 L 7-6 Virginia Tech (8-5) 4/13/01 W 4/13/01 L 3/28/02 L 3/28/02 L 5/24/02 W

11-3 14-7 2-1 17-8 6-2


SERIES RESULTS 4/27/03 W 4/27/03 W 4/28/03 W 5/22/03 W 5/1/04 L 5/1/04 W 5/2/04 W 3/19/14 L

10-2 6-2 10-5 6-0 5-3 11-10 10-3 6-3

Wagner (21-4-2) 4/13/60 W 4/12/61 W 3/31/77 T 4/21/80 W 4/20/81 W 4/19/82 L 4/1?/83 W 4/4/85 W 4/3/86 W 4/2/87 W 3/31/88 T 3/13/00 W 4/14/01 W 4/29/03 W 5/1/03 W 5/5/04 W 5/4/05 W 4/4/06 W 4/3/07 W 4/22/08 W 3/31/09 W 3/30/11 L 3/28/12 W 4/24/13 W 4/23/14 L 4/7/15 L 4/21/15 W 4/20/16 W

17-12 10-5 12-12 14-6 20-4 1-0 9-8 11-6 10-4 10-1 3-3 10-4 10-1 13-0 13-1 13-2 13-3 6-5 6-0 7-3 5-1 11-5 13-8 9-5 10-7 11-4 7-1 8-0

Washington State (0-2) 6/20/50 L 3-1 (CWS) 3/22/90 L 16-3 Washington & Lee (0-0-1) 3/31/50 T

6-6

Wesleyan (1-0) 4/3/48 W 13-3 West Virginia (38-22) 4/20/79 L 5/8/82 L 5/8/82 W 5/9/82 L 5/10/86 W 5/10/86 L 5/11/86 W 5/9/87 L 5/11/90 W 5/13/90 L 5/13/90 W 5/8/92 L 5/8/93 L 5/8/93 W 5/9/93 L 5/16/93 W 5/13/94 L 4/8/95 L 4/8/95 W 4/9/95 L 4/6/96 W 4/6/96 L 5/15/96 L 4/5/97 W 4/5/97 L 4/1/99 W 4/1/99 W 4/1/00 W

10-1 8-2 6-5 7-5 8-3 9-4 10-3 2-0 2-1 11-2 6-4 6-4 7-5 7-3 8-6 7-6 12-1 6-2 8-0 9-7 4-1 3-2 5-0 8-0 8-6 21-5 4-3 4-0

4/1/00 W 4/2/00 W 3/18/01 W 3/19/01 W 3/19/01 W 4/27/02 W 4/27/02 W 4/28/02 W 3/31/03 L 3/31/03 W 5/23/03 W 4/3/04 W 4/3/04 W 4/4/04 W 4/9/05 W 4/9/05 L 4/10/05 L 4/7/06 W 4/9/06 W 4/9/06 W 3/28/08 W 3/29/08 W 3/30/08 L 5/1/09 L 5/2/09 W 5/3/09 L 5/19/11 W 5/20/11 W 5/21/11 L 4/13/12 W 4/14/12 W 4/15/12 W

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

William & Mary (13-6) 3/30/49 W 2/28/87 W 2/22/02 W 2/23/02 L 2/24/02 W 2/20/04 W 2/21/04 L 2/22/04 L 2/18/05 W 2/19/05 W 2/20/05 W 2/17/06 W 2/19/06 W 2/16/07 L 2/17/07 W 2/18/07 W 3/8/13 L 3/9/13 W 3/10/13 L

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

William Paterson (4-3-1) 4/29/82 L 7-1 4/24/84 L 8-2 4/24/85 L 5-4 4/22/87 W 10-2 4/20/88 W 12-7 4/19/89 W 6-2 4/18/90 W 10-8 4/17/91 T 12-12 Wisconsin (2-0) 6/17/50 6/21/50

W W

5-3 (CWS) 16-2 (CWS)

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Single Season At Bats 1. 257 Mike Bionde................. 2007 2. 247 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 3. 238 Tom Edwards................ 2007 4. 237 Ryan Hill....................... 2007 237 Glen Gardner................ 1988 6. 235 Jeff Grose..................... 2006 7. 234 Nick Favatella............... 2013 234 Pat Biserta.................... 2010 9. 233 Darren Fenster............. 2000 233 David DeJesus............... 1999 Career At Bats 1. 818 Darren Fenster........1997-00 2. 806 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 3. 771 Brian O’Grady..........2011-14 4. 758 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 5. 746 Vinny Zarrillo...........2012-15 6. 724 Bob Windows..........1992-95 7. 714 Jeff Grose................2003-06 8. 694 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 9. 678 Michael Lang...........2008-11 10. 659 Luis Feliz..................2006-09

Single Season Hits 1. 101 Darren Fenster............. 2000 2. 97 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 3. 95 Darren Fenster............. 1999 4. 94 Steve Nyisztor............... 2010 94 David Williams.............. 2007 6. 93 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 7. 91 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 8. 87 David DeJesus............... 1999 9. 86 Pat Biserta.................... 2010 86 Doug Alongi.................. 1993

Single Season Runs 1. 87 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 2. 85 David DeJesus............... 1999 3. 66 David DeJesus............... 2000 4. 65 Michael Lang................ 2010 5. 64 Darren Fenster............. 1999 64 Adam Neubart.............. 1998 7. 63 Val Majewski................ 2001 63 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 9. 62 Todd Frazier.................. 2006 62 Doug Alongi.................. 1993

Single Season Average 1. .537 Jeff Torborg.................. 1963 2. .471 Ed Griffiths................... 1960 3. .446 Mark Zagunis................ 1981 4. .434 Rick Matarante............. 1982 .434 Tom Sweeney............... 1974 6. .433 Darren Fenster............. 2000 7. .425 Jamie Brudnick............. 1968 8. .424 Darren Fenster............. 1999 9. .421 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 10. .418 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999

Career Runs 1. 210 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 2. 203 David DeJesus..........1998-00 3. 200 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 4. 198 Darren Fenster........1997-00 5. 177 Bob Windows..........1992-95 6. 176 Michael Lang...........2008-11 7. 170 Graig Badger............2001-04 8. 161 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 9. 160 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04 10. 155 Jeff Grose................2003-06

Career Average 1. .425 Rick Matarante........1981-83 2. .421 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 3. .404 Ray Van Cleef...........1949-51 4. .392 Patrick Kivlehan............ 2012 5. .390 Joe B. Cirone............1999-00 .390 Jeff Torborg.............1961-63 .390 Ed Griffiths..............1959-61 8. .385 Darren Fenster........1997-00 9. .384 Steve Nyisztor..........2010-11 .384 Peter Hall.................1960-62

Career Hits 1. 315 Darren Fenster........1997-00 2. 285 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 3. 250 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 4. 241 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 5. 229 Michael Lang...........2008-11 229 Jeff Grose................2003-06 7. 227 Vinny Zarrillo...........2012-15 227 Brian O’Grady..........2011-14 9. 226 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 10. 220 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04

Single Season Doubles 1. 24 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 24 Val Majewski................ 2001 24 Dave Marciniak............. 1998 4. 23 Darren Fenster............. 2000 5. 22 Jake Daubert................ 1999 22 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 22 Glen Gardner................ 1988 8. 21 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 21 David DeJesus............... 2000 10. 20 Dave Marciniak............. 1997 20 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1997 20 Brian Giallella............... 1995 20 Mike Higgins................. 1993 Career Doubles 1. 65 Darren Fenster........1997-00 2. 61 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 3. 59 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 4. 55 David DeJesus..........1998-00 5. 51 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 51 Dave Marciniak........1996-98 7. 48 Michael Lang...........2008-11 48 Mike O’Brien...........1997-00 9. 47 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 10. 46 Brian O’Grady..........2011-14 46 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04 Single Season Triples 1. 11 Adam Neubart.............. 1997 2. 9 Joe D’Annunzio............. 2015 3. 7 Eric Young..................... 1988 7 Eric Young..................... 1987 7 Ray Van Cleef................ 1950 6. 6 Tom Marcinczyk........... 2016 6 Michael Lang................ 2011 6 Jarred Jimenez.............. 2008 6 David DeJesus............... 1999 6 Doug Alongi.................. 1993 6 Jason Imperial.............. 1991 6 Jim Wakeling................ 1961


HITTING RECORDS Career Triples 1. 18 Adam Neubart.........1996-98 2. 17 Eric Young................1987-89 3. 16 Joe D’Annunzio........2012-15 4. 13 Tom Marcinczyk......2014-16 13 Michael Lang...........2008-11 13 Nick Cerulo..............2001-04 13 David DeJesus..........1998-00 13 Ray Van Cleef...........1949-51 8. 12 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 9. 11 Johnny Defendis......2003-05 11 Glen Gardner...........1986-88 Single Season Home Runs 1. 22 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 2. 18 Pat Biserta.................... 2010 3. 14 Patrick Kivlehan............ 2012 14 Frank Meade................ 2006 5. 13 Jeff Frazier.................... 2004 13 Jeff Frazier.................... 2002 7. 12 Michael Lang................ 2010 12 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 12 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1998 12 Angel Echevarria........... 1991 Career Home Runs 1. 42 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 2. 34 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04 3. 32 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 4. 31 Angel Echevarria......1990-92 5. 27 Mike O’Brien...........1998-00 6. 25 Pat Biserta...............2008-10 25 Frank Meade...........2005-07 25 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 9. 24 Mark Zagunis...........1978-81 10. 23 Michael Lang...........2008-11 23 Jaren Matthews.......2008-10 23 Ryan Hill..................2005-07 23 Glen Gardner...........1986-88

Single Season RBI 1. 72 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 2. 68 Jake Daubert................ 1999 3. 65 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 65 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 5. 64 Jake Daubert................ 1998 6. 59 Ryan Hill....................... 2007 59 Jeff Frazier.................... 2004 59 Jake Daubert................ 2000 59 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1998 10. 58 Kevin James.................. 1994 Career RBI 1. 191 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 191 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 3. 184 Darren Fenster........1997-00 4. 167 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04 5. 152 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 6. 145 Angel Echevarria......1990-92 7. 141 Gary Resetar............1986-88 8. 136 Mike O’Brien...........1997-00 9. 135 Ryan Hill..................2005-07 10. 134 Paul Johnson...........1985-88 Single Season Walks 1. 62 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 2. 56 Graig Badger................. 2003 3. 54 Ryan Hill....................... 2007 4. 44 Graig Badger................. 2004 5. 42 Todd Frazier.................. 2006 42 Vinny Esposito.............. 2003 42 Dave Marciniak............. 1996 8. 41 R.J. Devish.................... 2016 41 Tom Edwards................ 2008 41 Eric Young..................... 1988

Career Walks 1. 143 Graig Badger............2001-04 2. 138 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 3. 117 Ryan Hill..................2005-07 117 Scott Trochim..........1984-87 5. 116 Brian Giallella..........1992-95 6. 115 Jeff Grose................2003-06 7. 110 Eric Young................1987-89 8. 109 Mike Higgins............1990-93 9. 105 Brian O’Grady..........2011-14 10. 101 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 101 Darren Fenster........1997-00 101 Sean Ryan................1988-90 101 Joe Lynch.................1984-87 Single Season Slugging Pct. 1. 1.032 Jeff Torborg.................. 1963 2. .757 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 3. .743 Mark Zagunis................ 1981 4. .711 Kevin James.................. 1994 5. .693 Patrick Kivlehan............ 2012 6. .688 Pat Biserta.................... 2010 7. .685 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 8. .676 Dave Marciniak............. 1998 9. .668 Jake Daubert................ 1998 10. .658 Glen Gardner................ 1987 Career Slugging Pct. 1. .693 Patrick Kivlehan............ 2012 2. .684 Jeff Torborg.............1961-63 3. .634 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 4. .625 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 5. .612 Pete Hall..................1960-62 6. .606 Ray Van Cleef...........1949-51 7. .602 Jason Imperial.............. 1991 8. .596 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 .596 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 10. .595 Glen Gardner...........1986-88

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HITTING RECORDS Single Season Stolen Bases 1. 41 Graig Badger................. 2003 2. 39 Doug Alongi.................. 1993 3. 37 Jawuan Harris............... 2016 4. 28 Eric Young..................... 1989 5. 26 Graig Badger................. 2004 26 Eric Young..................... 1988 7. 25 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 25 Doug Alongi.................. 1992 9. 24 R.J. Devish.................... 2016 24 Patrick Kivlehan............ 2012 24 Jeff Helman.................. 1976 24 Mike Helma.................. 1976 24 Dennis Mendoza.......... 1971 Career Stolen Bases 1. 85 Doug Alongi.............1991-93 2. 83 Graig Badger............2002-04 3. 67 Mike Helman...........1974-78 4. 65 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 5. 64 Eric Young................1987-89 6. 58 Dennis Mendoza.....1969-71 7. 57 Graig Badger............2001-04 8. 55 Jeff Helman.............1975-78 9. 51 Brian Ciemniecki.....1998-01 10. 50 David DeJesus..........1998-00 Single Season Total Bases 1. 187 Todd Frazier.................. 2007 2. 161 Pat Biserta.................... 2010 3. 159 Pete Zoccolillo.............. 1999 4. 143 David DeJesus............... 1999 143 Doug Alongi.................. 1993 6. 139 Val Majeski................... 2001 7. 138 Val Majewski................ 2002 138 Darren Fenster............. 2000 9. 137 Billy McCarthy.............. 2001 10. 136 Todd Frazier.................. 2006 136 Jeff Frazier.................... 2004

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Career Total Bases 1. 440 Pete Zoccolillo.........1996-99 2. 434 Todd Frazier.............2005-07 3. 419 Darren Fenster........1997-00 4. 377 Jake Daubert...........1998-00 5. 372 Michael Lang...........2008-11 6. 370 Jeff Frazier...............2002-04 7. 360 Nick Favatella..........2011-14 8. 336 Glen Gardner...........1986-88 9. 329 Angel Echevarria......1990-92 10. 326 Mike O’Brien...........1997-00


PITCHING RECORDS Single Season Games 1. 31 Matt Patterson............. 2008 2. 29 Kevin Lillis..................... 2008 29 Sean Atchison............... 2003 4. 28 Tyler Gebler.................. 2010 28 Ryan Beard................... 2009 6. 27 Rob Smorol................... 2010 27 Ryan Molchan.............. 2002 27 Brian Stegen................. 1995 9. 26 Nathaniel Roe............... 2010 26 Eric Brown.................... 2000

Single Season Innings 1. 108.2 Steve Healing................ 2007 2. 107.2 Dick Webber................. 1949 3. 103.1 Tyler Gebler.................. 2011 4. 102.1 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000 5. 100.1 Howie Brey................... 2016 6. 98.1 Dave Hoehler................ 1991 7. 97.1 Casey Gaynor............... 2010 8. 97.0 Ryan Fasano................. 2012 97.0 Casey Gaynor............... 2007 10. 95.2 Mike Barckley............... 1988

Career Games 1. 89 Kevin Lillis................2007-10 2. 82 Chris Lillis.................2003-07 3. 80 Eric Brown...............1998-01 4. 77 Matt Pustay.............2003-06 5. 74 Jeff Miller................1995-98 6. 73 Barry Walsh.............1997-00 7. 72 Tyler Gebler.............2010-13 8. 71 Rob Smorol..............2010-13 71 Jim Kohl...................1988-91 10. 69 Ryan Molchan.........1999-02

Career Innings 1. 317.0 Casey Gaynor..........2007-10 2. 313.0 Rob Smorol..............2010-13 3. 307.2 Tyler Gebler.............2010-13 4. 291.1 Howie Brey..............2013-16 5. 278.0 Darrin Winston........1985-88 6. 271.0 Tom Wheeler...........1999-00 7. 265.1 Bobby Brownlie.......2000-02 8. 250.1 Noel Gluck...............1985-88 9. 235.1 Bob MacDonald.......1984-87 10. 233.2 Matt Giannini..........2006-08

Single Season Starts 1. 17 Steve Healing................ 2007 2. 16 Matt Giannini............... 2007 3. 15 Charlie Law................... 2013 15 Rob Smorol................... 2013 15 Rob Smorol................... 2012 15 Casey Gaynor............... 2010 15 Casey Gaynor............... 2007 15 Jack Egbert................... 2003 15 Shaun Parker................ 2003 15 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000

Single Season Wins 1. 10 Steve Healing................ 2007 10 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000 10 Darrin Winston............. 1988 4. 9 Brian Delehanty............ 1999 9 Tom Wheeler................ 2002 9 Dick Weber................... 1949 9 Bert Garrett.................. 1928 8. 8 Rob Smorol................... 2012 8 Casey Gaynor............... 2010 8 Jack Egbert................... 2003 8 Eric Brown.................... 1999 8 Jim Wilson.................... 1999 8 Scott Madison.............. 1996 8 Jim Kohl........................ 1991 8 Jim Kohl........................ 1990 8 Tom Foster.................... 1950 8 Herm Herring............... 1950

Career Starts 1. 52 Casey Gaynor..........2007-10 2. 44 Rob Smorol..............2010-13 3. 40 Matt Giannini..........2006-10 4. 38 Howie Brey..............2013-16 38 Tom Wheeler...........1999-02 38 Neil Ioviero..............1991-94 38 Noel Gluck...............1985-88 38 Darrin Winston........1985-88 9. 37 Tyler Gebler.............2010-13 10. 36 Jack Egbert..............2002-04 36 Bob MacDonald.......1984-87

Career Wins 1. 26 Darrin Winston........1985-88 2. 25 Tom Wheeler...........1999-02 3. 22 Rob Smorol..............2010-13 22 Bobby Brownlie.......2000-02 5. 21 Noel Gluck...............1985-88 6. 20 Bob MacDonald.......1984-87 7. 19 Jim Kohl...................1988-91 8. 18 Howie Brey..............2013-16 18 Jack Egbert..............2002-04 18 Mike Barckley.... 1989, 92-93 18 Phil Schneider... 1990-91, 93 18 Rob Fazekas....... 1987, 89-90 Single Season ERA 1. 0.69 Rob Kenney.................. 1967 2. 0.90 Jim Lawler.................... 1980 3. 1.26 Gerald Lacey................. 1955 4. 1.29 Barry Wolven................ 1962 5. 1.37 Ed Ott........................... 1966 6. 1.44 Gene Frey..................... 1965 7. 1.48 Norm Morton............... 1948 8. 1.56 Paul Tootleman............ 1958 9. 1.60 Mike Barckley............... 1989 10. 1.66 Harold White................ 1965 Career ERA 1. 1.58 Norm Morton.... 1943, 47-48 2. 1.73 Marty O’Brien.........1986-89 3. 2.03 Rob Kenney.............1965-67 4. 2.10 Gene Frey................1963-65 5. 2.19 Harold White...........1965-66 6. 2.21 Barry Eggie..............1964-66 7. 2.35 Ken Eiker...................... 1956 8. 2.48 Wally Olsen.............1955-56 9. 2.52 Ron Maul.................1970-71 10. 2.55 John Bukovinsky......1968-70 Single Season Strikeouts 1. 89 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000 2. 86 Bobby Brownlie............ 2001 3. 84 Howie Brey................... 2016 4. 82 Charlie Law................... 2013 5. 73 Darrin Kotch................. 1990 73 Darrin Winston............. 1988 73 Bert Garrett.................. 1928 8. 72 Matt Giannini............... 2007 72 Jack Egbert................... 2003 10. 70 Jim Wilson.................... 1999

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PITCHING RECORDS Career Strikeouts 1. 235 Bobby Brownlie.......2000-02 2. 227 Casey Gaynor..........2007-10 3. 206 Howie Brey..............2013-16 206 Rob Smorol..............2010-13 4. 183 Tom Wheeler...........1999-02 5. 175 Darrin Winston........1985-88 6. 169 Jim Jackson..............1967-70 7. 166 Bert Garrett.............1928-30 8. 163 Jack Egbert..............2002-04 9. 161 Tyler Gebler.............2010-13 10. 151 Noel Gluck...............1985-88 Single Season Complete Games 1. 8 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000 8 Scott Madison.............. 1996 8 Darrin Winston............. 1988 4. 7 Bobby Brownlie............ 2001 7 Mike Barckley............... 1993 7 Darrin Winston............. 1986 7 Herb Cavano................. 1974 7 Bert Garrett.................. 1928 9. 6 Brian Delehanty............ 1999 6 Mike Mundy................. 1997 Career Complete Games 1. 22 Darrin Winston........1985-88 2. 20 Bobby Brownlie.......2000-02 3. 17 Bert Garrett.............1928-30 4. 16 Mike Barckley.... 1989, 92-93 5. 13 Bob MacDonald.......1984-87 6. 12 Noel Gluck...............1985-88 7. 11 Karl Anderson..........1975-77 11 Herb Cavano............1972-74 9. 10 Jack Egbert..............2002-04 10 Ed Ott......................1966-68

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Single Season Shutouts 1. 4 Scott Madison.............. 1996 4 Bobby Brownlie............ 2000 3. 3 Darrin Winston............. 1988 4. 2 Steve Healing................ 2007 2 Jack Egbert................... 2004 2 Bobby Brownlie............ 2001 2 Tom Phillips.................. 1995 2 Chris Cochrane............. 1994 2 Mike Barckley............... 1993 2 Neil Ioviero................... 1992 2 Mike Barckley............... 1989 2 Dave Bauer................... 1988 2 Bert Garrett.................. 1930 Career Shutouts 1. 7 Bobby Brownlie.......2000-02 4 Scott Madison.........1993-96 4 Mike Barckley.... 1989, 92-93 4 Darrin Winston........1985-88 5. 3 Jack Egbert..............2002-04 3 Neil Ioviero..............1991-94 3 Bert Garrett.............1928-30 8. 2 Howie Brey..............2013-16 2 Steve Healing...........2004-07 2 Mike Mundy............1995-98 2 Tom Phillips.............1995-97 2 Dave Bauer..............1985-88 2 John Gorman...........1977-80 Single Season Saves 1. 12 Tyler Gebler.................. 2010 2. 9 Jon Young..................... 2014 9 Ryan Molchan.............. 2002 9 Brian Stegen................. 1995 5. 8 Ryan Beard................... 2009 8 Eric Brown.................... 2001 8 Eric Brown.................... 2000 8 Jim Kohl........................ 1991 9. 6 Rob Corsi...................... 2012 6 Jeff Miller..................... 1998 6 Scott Simpson............... 1993

Career Saves 1. 18 Eric Brown...........1998-2001 2. 16 Tyler Gebler.............2010-13 3. 14 Jeff Miller................1995-98 4. 13 Chris Lillis.................2003-07 5. 12 Jim Kohl...................1988-91 6. 11 Jon Young................2012-15 11 Ryan Beard..............2008-09 11 Marty O’Brien.........1986-89 9. 10 Ryan Molchan.........1999-02 10. 9 Max Herrmann........2014-16 9 Barry Walsh.............1997-99 9 Brian Stegen............1994-98 No-Hitters - Gary Malikoski vs. Northeastern (March 28, 1978) - Mike Basarab vs. Lehigh (April 20, 1957) - Dick Weber vs. Lehigh (May 18, 1949) - Michael DeMucchio (1929)


TEAM RECORDS HITTING

Hits 1. 707...................................... 1999 2. 701...................................... 2000 3. 681...................................... 2007 4. 615...................................... 1998 5. 611...................................... 2010 6. 606...................................... 2001 7. 600...................................... 2003 8. 579...................................... 1991 9. 573...................................... 2004 10. 572...................................... 2006 572...................................... 2005

Home Runs 1. 71........................................ 2010 2. 63........................................ 2007 3. 58........................................ 1998 4. 52........................................ 2006 5. 51........................................ 1987 6. 48........................................ 1999 7. 47........................................ 2005 47........................................ 2004 9. 44........................................ 1988 10. 43........................................ 2002 43........................................ 1993

At Bats 1. 2,185................................... 2007 2. 2,060................................... 1999 3. 2,035................................... 2000 4. 1,988................................... 2001 5. 1,981................................... 2010 6. 1,978................................... 2013 1,978................................... 2006 8. 1,956................................... 2003 9. 1,939................................... 1988 10. 1,934................................... 2012

Triples 1. 27........................................ 2003 27........................................ 1997 3. 25........................................ 1950 4. 24........................................ 2014 5. 22........................................ 1998 6. 21........................................ 1987 7. 20........................................ 1981 8. 18........................................ 2015 18........................................ 1985 10. 17........................................ 2010 17........................................ 2004 17........................................ 1990 17........................................ 1988

Total Bases 1. 1,018................................... 1999 2. 1,009................................... 2007 3. 980...................................... 2010 4. 976...................................... 2000 5. 966...................................... 1998 6. 854...................................... 2006 854...................................... 2005 854...................................... 2003 854...................................... 1988 10. 845...................................... 2004

Batting Average 1. .344..................................... 2000 2. .343..................................... 1999 3. .339..................................... 1998 4. .326..................................... 1986 5. .320..................................... 1985 6. .315..................................... 2004 .315..................................... 1987 8. .313..................................... 2005 .313..................................... 1997 10. .312..................................... 2007

Runs 1. 483...................................... 1999 2. 474...................................... 2007 3. 458...................................... 1998 4. 453...................................... 2000 5. 422...................................... 2003 6. 406...................................... 1997 7. 402...................................... 2010 8. 401...................................... 2006 9. 388...................................... 1988 10. 383...................................... 2005 Doubles 1. 142...................................... 2000 2. 141...................................... 1999 3. 133...................................... 1998 4. 128...................................... 1997 5. 122...................................... 2010 6. 121...................................... 2007 121...................................... 1988 8. 113...................................... 2001 9. 111...................................... 2005 10. 110...................................... 2009

RBI 1. 436...................................... 1999 2. 425...................................... 2007 3. 414...................................... 1998 4. 402...................................... 2000 5. 377...................................... 2003 6. 363...................................... 1997 7. 358...................................... 2010 8. 354...................................... 2006 9. 346...................................... 2004 10. 345...................................... 2005 345...................................... 2001

Walks 1. 318...................................... 1990 2. 312...................................... 2007 3. 294...................................... 1988 4. 291...................................... 1987 5. 279...................................... 1995 6. 269...................................... 2006 7. 266...................................... 1992 8. 261...................................... 1991 9. 257...................................... 1997 10. 252...................................... 2005 252...................................... 1996

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TEAM RECORDS Stolen Bases 1. 121...................................... 2016 2. 106...................................... 1991 3. 94........................................ 1993 4. 90........................................ 2003 5. 86........................................ 2010 6. 83........................................ 1989 7. 80........................................ 1994 8. 79........................................ 1992 9. 75........................................ 1998 75........................................ 1950

PITCHING

ERA 1. 3.03..................................... 1987 2. 3.29..................................... 1978 3. 3.35..................................... 1989 4. 3.50..................................... 2000 5. 3.53..................................... 1996 6. 3.56..................................... 1973 7. 3.82..................................... 2001 8. 3.89..................................... 1976 9. 3.96..................................... 1993 10. 3.98..................................... 2002 Wins 1. 42........................................ 2007 42........................................ 2001 3. 40........................................ 2000 4. 38........................................ 1993 38........................................ 1988 6. 37........................................ 2003 37........................................ 1999 37........................................ 1990 9. 36........................................ 1987 10. 35........................................ 2002

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Complete Games 1. 21........................................ 1989 2. 19........................................ 1988 3. 17........................................ 1992 17........................................ 1986 5. 16........................................ 2000 6. 15........................................ 1993 15........................................ 1990 8. 14........................................ 1987 9. 13........................................ 2001 13........................................ 1999 13........................................ 1996 Shutouts 1. 8.......................................... 2004 8.......................................... 2000 3. 6.......................................... 2001 6.......................................... 1990 5. 5.......................................... 2007 5.......................................... 2003 5.......................................... 1988 8. 4.......................................... 2012 4.......................................... 1996 4.......................................... 1993 4.......................................... 1989 4.......................................... 1975 Saves 1. 17........................................ 2014 2. 15........................................ 2013 3. 14........................................ 2010 14........................................ 1987 5. 13........................................ 2007 13........................................ 2002 7. 12........................................ 2004 8. 11........................................ 2000 9. 10........................................ 2016 10........................................ 2009 10........................................ 2003 10........................................ 2001 10........................................ 1999 10........................................ 1996 10........................................ 1995 10........................................ 1991

Innings Pitched 1. 558.2................................... 2007 2. 508.2................................... 2001 3. 507.2................................... 2013 4. 504.1................................... 2003 5. 499.0................................... 2006 6. 495.2................................... 2012 7. 493.0................................... 1988 8. 492.0................................... 1999 9. 491.2................................... 2000 10. 490.0................................... 2010 Hits 1. 178...................................... 1978 2. 197...................................... 1977 3. 205...................................... 1979 4. 209...................................... 1980 5. 248...................................... 1976 6. 255...................................... 1974 7. 258...................................... 1982 8. 266...................................... 1975 9. 290...................................... 1984 10. 342...................................... 1985 Runs 1. 124...................................... 1976 2. 135...................................... 1980 3. 143...................................... 1977 4. 145...................................... 1979 5. 157...................................... 1978 6. 159...................................... 1982 7. 164...................................... 1973 8. 186...................................... 1975 9. 199...................................... 1974 10. 209...................................... 1987 Earned Runs 1. 81........................................ 1976 2. 84........................................ 1978 3. 93........................................ 1979 4. 96........................................ 1973 5. 98........................................ 1980 6. 123...................................... 1974 7. 126...................................... 1975 8. 129...................................... 1982 9. 136...................................... 1977 10. 138...................................... 1987


TEAM RECORDS Walks 1. 82........................................ 1979 2. 92........................................ 1980 3. 94........................................ 1978 4. 108...................................... 1976 5. 123...................................... 1977 6. 129...................................... 1982 7. 137...................................... 1973 8. 155...................................... 2011 9. 157...................................... 1974 10. 162...................................... 2012 Strikeouts 1. 398...................................... 2001 2. 382...................................... 2007 3. 369...................................... 2016 4. 366...................................... 2003 5. 360...................................... 2000 6. 359...................................... 2002 7. 342...................................... 2013 8. 327...................................... 2012 9. 335...................................... 1999 10. 321...................................... 1996

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS BY SEASON AVERAGE 2016 R.J. Devish .375 2015 Tom Marcinczyk .325 2014 Pat Sweeney .331 2013 Zarrillo/S. Zavala .330 2012 Patrick Kivlehan .392 2011 Michael Lang .344 2010 Steve Nyisztor .410 2009 Michael Lang .343 2008 Luis Feliz .328 2007 Dave Williams .412 2006 Todd Frazier .366 2005 Johnny Defendis .370 2004 Jeff Frazier .382 2003 Matt Wolski .391 2002 Leon Shade .387 2001 Billy McCarthy .421 2000 Darren Fenster .433 1999 Darren Fenster .424 1998 Todd Speedy .545 1997 Peter Zoccolillo .396 1996 Adam Neubart .335 1995 Brian Giallella .337 1994 Kevin James .416 1993 Doug Alongi .371 1992 Doug Meiner .353 1991 Jason Imperial .368 1990 Ted Ciesla .377 1989 Sean Ryan .349 1988 Gary Resetar .367 1987 Glen Gardner .386 1986 Gary Resetar .404 1985 Tony Grundhauser .383 1984 Don McSherry .397 1983 Don McSherry .321 1982 Rick Matarante .425 1981 Mark Zagunis .446 1980 Elliot Dorin .338 1979 Mark Zagunis .303

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RUNS R.J. Devish 56 Joe D’Annunzio 39 Nick Favatella 43 Nick Favatella 41 Nick Favatella 54 Michael Lang 39 Michael Lang 65 Michael Lang 58 Dan Betteridge 41 Todd Frazier 87 Todd Frazier 62 Todd Frazier 61 Jeff Frazier 59 Graig Badger 61 Val Majewski 48 Val Majewski 63 David DeJesus 66 David DeJesus 85 Adam Neubart 64 Peter Zoccolillo 58 Adam Neubart 46 Brian Giallella 43 Bob Windows 51 Doug Alongi 62 Alongi/Marchese 43 Angel Echevarria 51 Ted Ciesla 39 Eric Young 60 Eric Young 53 Scott Trochim 45 Scott Trochim 50 Tony Grundhauser 50 Don McSherry 34 Rick Matarante 24 Elliot Dorin 25 Mark Zagunis 42 Elliot Dorin 23 Barry Eggie 18

HITS R.J. Devish 63 Tom Marcinczyk 66 Mike Carter 67 Nick Favatella 74 Favatella/Kivlehan 74 Michael Lang 66 Steve Nyisztor 94 Michael Lang 71 Jaren Matthews 63 Dave Williams 94 Todd Fraizer 83 Johnny Defendis 81 Jeff Frazier 79 Matt Wolski 75 Val Majewski 80 Billy McCarthy 91 Darren Fenster 101 Peter Zoccolillo 97 Marciniak/Zoccolillo 77 David Marciniak 77 Neubart/Saitta 62 Brian Giallella 65 Kevin James 62 Doug Alongi 86 Jay Marchese 61 Angel Echevarria 80 Ted Ciesla 75 Sean Ryan 66 Gary Resetar 76 Three 56 Glen Gardner 70 Paul Schwendel 52 Don McSherry 50 Gary Elefante 37 Chris Morgan 33 Mark Zagunis 66 Mark Zagunis 31 Mark Zagunis 27


HITTERS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

RBI Tom Marcinczyk 47 Tom Marcinczyk 36 Vinny Zarrillo 43 Charlie Law 47 Patrick Kivlehan 50 D.J. Anderson 25 Pat Biserta 56 Jarred Jimenez 39 Jaren Matthews 54 Todd Frazier 65 Ryan Hill 53 Johnny Defendis 49 Jeff Frazier 59 Jeff Frazier 54 Jeff Frazier 54 Billy McCarthy 65 Jake Daubert 59 Peter Zoccolillo 72 Jake Daubert 64 David Marciniak 52 Rich Saitta 35 Rich Saitta 39 Kevin James 58 Mike Higgins 56 Angel Echevarria 50 Angel Echevarria 54 Ted Ciesla 48 Mark Ozoroski 38 Gary Resetar 48 Joe Lynch 48 Glen Gardner 45 Paul Schwendel 45 Don McSherry 27 Gary Elefante 29 Chris Morgan 30 Mark Zagunis 54 Mark Zagunis 22 Mark Zagunis 28

HOME RUNS Marcinczyk/Martinez 4 Tom Marcinczyk 7 Brian O’Grady 5 Jeff Melillo 6 Patrick Kivlehan 14 Lang/Hopkins 2 Pat Biserta 18 Michael Lang 8 Jaren Matthews 10 Todd Frazier 22 Frank Meade 14 Frazier/Hook 9 Jeff Frazier 13 Frazier/Normane 8 Jeff Frazier 13 Val Majewski 8 Joe Cirone 8 Peter Zoccolillo 12 Peter Zoccolillo 12 Jaworoski/Zoccolillo 7 Brian Stegen 5 Scott Kassan 9 Kevin James 10 D. Alongi/M. Higgins 9 Angel Echevarria 10 Angel Echevarria 12 Angel Echevarria 9 Sean Ryan 5 Glen Gardner 9 Scott Trochim 10 Glen Gardner 6 Paul Schwendel 6 McSherry/Roman 4 Mark Germann 3 Ray Stupienski 3 Mark Zagunis 11 Dorin/Schleiffer 3 Mark Zagunis 6

TOTAL BASES Tom Marcinczyk 91 Tom Marcinczyk 103 Brian O’Grady 104 Nick Favatella 105 Patrick Kivlehan 131 Michael Lang 94 Pat Biserta 161 Michael Lang 116 Jaren Matthews 108 Todd Frazier 187 Todd Frazier 136 Defendis/Frazier 111 Jeff Frazier 136 Steve Normane 111 Val Mejewski 138 Val Mejewski 139 Darren Fenster 138 Peter Zoccolillo 159 David Marciniak 84 Keith Connolly 88 Adam Neubart 93 Brian Giallella 102 Kevin James 106 Doug Alongi 143 Jay Marchese 105 Angel Echevarria 132 Ted Ciesla 106 Sean Ryan 102 Glen Gardner 134 Glen Gardner 100 Glen Gardner 102 Paul Schwendel 88 Don McSherry 72 Gary Elefante 54 Chris Morgan 51 Mark Zagunis 110 Elliot Dorin 41 Mark Zagunis 51

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AT BATS Tom Marcinczyk 204 Vinny Zarrillo 221 Mike Carter 211 Nick Favatella 234 Brian O’Grady 224 D.J. Anderson 200 Pat Biserta 234 Dan Betteridge 215 Jaren Matthews 214 Mike Bionde 257 Jeff Grose 235 Todd Frazier 220 Jeff Frazier 207 Graig Badger 214 Val Majewski 220 Brian Ciemniecki 230 Darren Fenster 233 David DeJesus 233 Peter Zoccolillo 199 David Marciniak 210 Rich Saitta 212 Rich Saitta 200 Giallella/Windows 177 Doug Alongi 232 Jay Marchese 176 Angel Echevarria 224 Ted Ciesla 199 Sean Ryan 189 Glen Gardner 237 Joe Lynch 172 Sam Ferretti 191 Paul Schwendel 147 Tony Gaundhauser 131 Gary Elefante 124 Tom Schapley 94 Mark Zagunis 148 Mark Zagunis 96 Mark Zagunis 89

STOLEN BASES Jawuan Harris 37 R.J. Devish 13 Vinny Zarrillo 14 Zarrillo/Favatella 12 Patrick Kivlehan 24 Michael Lang 7 Jaren Matthews 16 Luis Feliz 11 Feliz/Garlick 10 Todd Frazier 25 Todd Frazier 21 Todd Frazier 19 Graig Badger 26 Graig Badger 41 Graig Badger 12 Billy McCarthy 11 David DeJesus 18 Brian Cienmiecki 21 Adam Neubart 20 Shawn Williams 14 Adam Neubart 16 Bob Windows 19 Dengler/Windows 18 Doug Alongi 39 Doug Alongi 25 Chris McAlindin 16 Chris McAlindin 7 Eric Young 35 Eric Young 26 Kerekes/Young 10 Scott Trochim 10 Tony Grundhauser 18 Don McSherry 9 Darryl Hendricks 7 Rick Matarante 17 Elliot Dorin 18 Barry Eggie 10 Barry Eggie 11

DOUBLES Tom Marcinczyk 12 Chris Suseck 14 Nick Favatella 16 Brian O’Grady 16 Brian O’Grady 13 Michael Lang 10 Michael Lang 18 Pat Biserta 18 Luis Feliz 15 Todd Frazier 24 Jeff Grose 15 Colin Gaynor 16 Jeff Frazier 16 Jeff Frazier 19 Majewski/ Sweeney 15 Val Majewski 24 Darren Fenster 23 Marciniak/Zoccolillo 22 David Marciniak 24 Marciniak/Zoccolillo 20 Adam Neubart 16 Brian Giallella 20 Brian Giallella 15 Mike Higgins 20 Jay Marchese 17 Angel Echevarria 14 Ted Ciesla 18 Sean Ryan 19 Glen Gardner 22 Joe Lynch 13 Ferretti/Trochim 13 Tony Grundhauser 15 Tony Grundhauser 7 Darryl Hendricks 9 Chris Morgan 7 Tom Schapley 11 Barry Eggie 4 Rich Federico 4


HITTERS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979

TRIPLES Tom Marcinczyk 6 Joe D’Annunzio 9 Brian O’Grady 5 Favatella/Zarrillo 5 Brian O’Grady 4 Michael Lang 6 Michael Lang 4 Jarred Jimenez 3 Jarred Jimenez 6 Jon Gossard 3 Todd Frazier 3 Johnny Defendis 4 Nick Cerulo 5 Defendis/Grose 5 Val Majewski 5 Ciemniecki/Majewski 3 David DeJesus 3 David DeJesus 6 Four Players 4 Adam Neubart 11 Sal Aquino 4 Brian Giallella 4 Brian Giallella 4 Doug Alongi 6 Doug Alongi 3 Jason Imperial 6 Cann/Meiner 5 Eric Young 5 Eric Young 7 Eric Young 7 Sam Ferretti 4 Three with 3 Elefante/Schwendel 3 Gary Elefante 3 Moran/Stupienski 3 Moran/Schapley 4 Norm Schleiffer 3 B. Eggie/M. Zagunis 2

WALKS R.J. Devish 41 Tom Marcinczyk 25 Vinny Zarrillo 32 Steve Zavala 36 Brian O’Grady 32 Michael Lang 21 Jaren Matthews 30 Jaren Matthews 30 Tom Edwards 41 Todd Frazier 62 Todd Frazier 42 Colin Gaynor 40 Graig Badger 44 Graig Badger 56 Graig Badger 37 Brian Ciemniecki 31 Jake Daubert 31 DeJesus/O’Brien 29 Darren Fenster 27 Peter Zoccolillo 33 Dave Marciniak 42 Brian Giallella 38 Kevin James 33 Mike Higgins 39 Angel Echevarria 31 Jason Imperial 28 Sean Ryan 40 Eric Young 39 Eric Young 41 Scott Trochim 39 Scott Trochim 37 Joe Lynch 33 Tony Grundhauser 31 Mark Germann 24 Elliot Dorin 26 Elliot Dorin 38 Barry Eggie 26 Barry Eggie 19

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS BY SEASON GAMES 2016 Max Herrmann 20 2015 Jon Young 23 2014 Max Herrmann 22 2013 Brey/Roe 24 2012 Willie Beard 24 2011 Rob Corsi 23 2010 Tyler Gebler 28 2009 Ryan Beard 28 2008 Matt Paterson 31 2007 Jason Downey 25 2006 Chris Lillis 25 2005 Matt Pustay 25 2004 Matt Pustay 23 2003 Sean Atchison 29 2002 Ryan Molchan 27 2001 Ryan Molchan 24 2000 Eric Brown 26 1999 Santiago/Walsh 22 1998 Jeff Miller 20 1997 Jeff Miller 22 1996 Jeff Miller 23 1995 Brian Stegen 27 1994 Dan McCoy 19 1993 Scott Simpson 22 1992 Albie Mallen 20 1991 Jim Kohl 28 1990 Rob Fazekas 15 1989 Marty O’Brien 14 1988 Marty O’Brien 19 1987 Bob MacDonald 13 1986 O’Brien/Winston 14 1985 Shaffery/Vanderhorn 13 1984 Tom Kingsley 10 1983 Tom Kingsley 14 1982 Bob Applegate 11 1981 John Gandolfo 16 1979 John Gorman 10

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STARTS Howie Brey 14 Howie Brey 13 Brey/Rosa 11 Smorol/Law 15 Rob Smorol 15 Gebler/Smorol 14 Casey Gaynor 15 Casey Gaynor 13 Matt Giannini 13 Steve Healing 17 Matt Pustay 13 Aaron Kalb 12 Jack Egbert 14 Egbert/Parker 15 Wheeler/Crohan 13 Tom Crohan 13 Bobby Brownlie 15 Brian Delehanty 14 Mike Mundy 13 Connolly/Mundy 12 Scott Madison 13 Philips/Kennedy 10 Chris Cochrane 10 Mike Barckley 13 Mike Barckley 10 Phil Schneider 13 Rob Fazekas 13 Kevin Conover 10 Darrin Winston 14 MacDonald/Winston 10 Gluck/Winston 11 Gluck/MacDonald 9 Tom Kingsley 9 Aaron Vanderhorn 8 Bob Applegate 8 Jim Lawlor 10 John Gorman 7

WINS Howie Brey 6 John O’Reilly 4 Brey/Rosa 6 Charlie Law 6 Rob Smorol 8 Tyler Gebler 5 Casey Gaynor 8 Tony Wargo 6 Kevin Lillis 4 Steve Healing 10 Sean Spicer 7 Jansen/Kalb 5 Jack Egbert 7 Jack Egbert 8 Tom Wheeler 9 Four Players 6 Bobby Brownlie 10 Brian Delehanty 9 Brian Stegan 7 Connolly/Mundy 5 Scott Madison 8 Rich Kennedy 6 Cochrane/Prusiensky 6 Barckley/Cochrane 7 Neil Loviero 6 Jim Kohl 8 Darrin Kotch 8 Mike Barckley 6 Darrin Winston 10 Darrin Winston 7 Darrin Winston 7 Noel Gluck 6 Bob MacDonald 5 Glen VanOlden 3 Applegate/Gandolfo 4 Gandolfo/Lawlor 5 John Gorman 3


PITCHERS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1979

LOSSES Serafino Brito 6 Mark McCoy 8 Kevin Baxter 8 Rob Smorol 7 Ryan Fasano 5 Roe/Smorol 7 Dennis Hill 6 Casey Gaynor 9 Matt Giannini 5 Matt Giannini 5 Holt/Giannini/Pustay 5 DeChristofano/Pustay 5 Erik Dial 5 Jack Egbert 5 Bobby Brownlie 6 Buddy Gallagher 4 Eric Brown 4 Jeff Pierce 6 Brian Delehanty 4 Mike Mundy 5 Stegen/Kennedy 4 Rich Kennedy 6 Chris Cochrane 4 Chris Cochrane 4 Mike Barckley 4 Jim Kohl 7 Rob Fazekas 7 Kevin Conover 5 Darrin Winston 4 Bob MacDonald 3 Gluck/Winston 4 Aaron Vanderhorn 5 Bob MacDonald 5 Kingsley/Vanderhorn 3 John Gandolfo 3 Bob Applegate 5 John Gorman 3

SAVES Max Herrmann 5 Young/O’Reilly 2 Jon Young 9 Rob Corsi 6 Dan O’Neill 4 Jerry Elsing 5 Tyler Gebler 12 Ryan Beard 8 Beard/Downey 3 Chris Lillis 5 Chris Lillis 3 Tim Woodhull 3 Tom Malafronte 5 Chris Lillis 5 Ryan Molchan 9 Eric Brown 8 Eric Brown 8 Barry Walsh 5 Jeff Miller 6 Jeff Miller 5 Mike Mundy 5 Brian Stegen 9 Madison/McCoy 3 Scott Simpson 6 Albie Mallen 3 Jim Kohl 8 Jim Kohl 3 Marty O’Brien 2 Marty O’Brien 8 Bob MacDonald 2 Marty O’Brien 2 Matt Shaffery 4 Steve Redrup 1 Tom Kingsley 3 John Gandolfo 1 John Gandolfo 4 --

COMPLETE GAMES Howie Brey 4 Howie Brey 1 Howie Brey 3 Tyler Gebler 2 Ryan Fasano 3 Tyler Gebler 3 Hill 2 Casey Gaynor 1 Matt Giannini 2 Steve Healing 3 Four Players 1 Aaron Kalb 2 Jack Egbert 5 Jack Egbert 5 Bobby Brownlie 5 Bobby Brownlie 7 Bobby Brownlie 8 Brian Delehanty 6 Mike Mundy 3 Mike Mundy 6 Scott Madison 8 Kennedy/T.Philips 4 Chris Cochrane 5 Mike Barckley 7 Barckley/Loviero 5 Hoehler/Loviero 4 Darrin Kotch 5 Barckley/Kotch 4 Darrin Winston 8 Darrin Winston 5 Darrin Winston 7 Gluck/Vanderhorn 2 Bob MacDonald 5 Kingsley/Vanderhorn 2 Bob Applegate 3 Bob Applegate 4 John Gorman 2

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INDIVIDUAL LEADERS BY SEASON INNINGS 2016 Howie Brey 100.1 2015 Howie Brey 80.2 2014 Howie Brey 76.1 2013 Charlie Law 91.2 2012 Ryan Fasano 97.0 2011 Tyler Gebler 103.1 2010 Casey Gaynor 97.1 2009 Casey Gaynor 76.0 2008 Matt Giannini 79.1 2007 Steve Healing 108.2 2006 Sean Spicer 90.1 2005 Aaron Kalb 65.1 2004 Jack Egbert 87.2 2003 Jack Egbert 86.2 2002 Tom Wheeler 90.0 2001 Bobby Brownlie 84.0 2000 Bobby Brownlie 102.1 1999 Delehanty/Wilson 93.2 1998 Mike Mundy 83.2 1997 Mike Mundy 75.7 1996 Scott Madison 92.2 1995 Tom Philips 71.1 1994 Chris Cochrane 69.1 1993 Mike Barckley 90.1 1992 Mike Barckley 68.1 1991 Dave Hoehler 98.1 1990 Rob Fazekas 85.2 1989 Kevin Conover 66.2 1988 Darrin Winston 95.2 1987 Bob MacDonald 69.2 1986 Darrin Winston 78.3 1985 Noel Gluck 56.2 1984 Bob MacDonald 52.0 1983 Tom Kingsley 49.1 1982 Bob Applegate 54.3 1981 Jim Lawlor 64.0 1979 John Gorman 51.2

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STRIKEOUTS Howie Brey 84 Howie Brey 56 Kyle Driscoll 58 Charlie Law 82 Ryan Fasano 59 Rob Smorol 66 Casey Gaynor 60 Casey Gaynor 59 Downey/Giannini 46 Matt Giannini 72 Matt Giannini 55 Aaron Kalb 43 Jack Egbert 65 Jack Egbert 72 Tom Wheeler 67 Bobby Brownlie 86 Bobby Brownlie 89 James Wilson 70 Mike Mundy 63 Keith Connolly 49 Scott Madison 49 Rich Kennedy 37 Bob Prusiensky 44 Mike Barckley 50 Neil Loviero 42 Dave Hoehler 51 Darrin Kotch 73 Kevin Conover 56 Darrin Winston 73 Darrin Winston 49 Noel Gluck 44 Gluck/MacDonald 33 Bob MacDonald 28 Tom Kingsley 33 Bob Applegate 41 Bob Applegate 41 John Gorman 40


PITCHERS 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1979

ERA Howie Brey 3.50 John O’Reilly 4.35 Howie Brey 2.36 Rob Smorol 3.63 Ryan Fasano 3.34 Tyler Gebler 3.22 Casey Gaynor 5.09 Casey Gaynor 5.57 Matt Giannini 5.79 Steve Healing 3.73 Tony Wargo 3.14 Jim Jansen 3.96 O.J. DeChristofano 2.32 Sean Atchison 1.99 Ryan Molchan 1.93 Sean Atchison 1.17 Ken Ulrich 1.69 Brian Winters 1.50 Dan Brassem 1.77 Jeff Miller 3.10 Brian Stegen 2.28 Tom Philips 3.41 Bob Prusiensky 3.04 Mike Barckley 2.89 Mike Barckley 3.03 Jim Kohl 3.75 Darrin Kotch 3.99 Mike Barckley 1.60 Dave Bauer 2.50 Darrin Winston 1.82 Darrin Winston 4.60 Noel Gluck 4.13 Bob MacDonald 4.15 Aaron Vanderhorn 4.21 John Gandolfo 2.87 Jim Lawlor 3.93 John Gorman 2.96

SHUTOUTS Howie Brey 1 -Howie Brey 1 Tyler Gebler 1 Fasano/Smorol 1 -- -- -- -- Steve Healing 2 Steve Holt 1 -- Jack Egbert 2 Egbert/Parker 1 Bobby Brownlie 1 Bobby Brownlie 2 Bobby Brownlie 4 James Wilson 1 Mike Mundy 2 Mike Mundy 1 Scott Madison 4 Tom Philips 2 Chris Cochrane 2 Mike Barckley 2 Neil Loviero 2 -- -- Mike Barckley 2 Darrin Winston 3 Fazekas/Winston 1 -- -- Kulinski/MacDonald 1 Aaron Vanderhorn 1 -- -- John Gorman 1

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