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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Table of Contents ................................................................................................1

RUTGERS UNIVERSITY ........................................................................46

COACHING STAFF ..................................................................................11

Rutgers All-Americans ..................................................................................61

HISTORY AND TRADITION ..................................................................60

Media Information............................................................................................10 Head Coach Fred Hill......................................................................................12

1950 College World Series Team ..........................................................64

Coach Hill Year-by-Year ................................................................................13

Rutgers in the Hall of Fame ........................................................................65

Asst. Coach Darren Fenster ......................................................................17

Rutgers in the Pros ........................................................................................67

Asst. Coach Jay Blackwell............................................................................18

Conference History..........................................................................................70

Asst. Coach Rick Freeman ..........................................................................19

All-Time Coaches Records/NCAA Tournament ..............................71 RECORDS AND RESULTS ....................................................................72

Dir. of Operations Glen Gardner ..............................................................20

Support Staff ......................................................................................................21

Individual Batting Records............................................................................73

2010 OUTLOOK ......................................................................................22

Individual Pitching Records..........................................................................75

2010 Season Preview ..................................................................................23

Team Records ..................................................................................................78

SCARLET KNIGHTS ................................................................................26

All-Time Letterwinners ..................................................................................79

2010 Roster ......................................................................................................27

Year-by-Year Results ......................................................................................82

Player Bios ..........................................................................................................28

Scarlet R Club ....................................................................................................86

SEASON REVIEW ....................................................................................41

Bainton Field - Field of Dreams..................................................................87

2009 Season Review ....................................................................................42

The BIG EAST Conference ............................................................................88

2009 Season Stats ........................................................................................44

2010 BIG EAST Composite Schedule....................................................89

2009 BIG EAST Review ................................................................................45

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A LEGACY OF SUCCESS 1988 ATLANTIC 10 CHAMPIONS

Rutgers baseball is about winning and a commitment to playing the game the right way. Players who come through the program get a chance to grow on and off the field and are in a great position to play at the next level. In the last 12 years, more than 40 players have gone onto the professional ranks, including five players drafted in the top six rounds. The 2000 team, which won the BIG EAST regular season and tournament championship, featured 18 players who have played professionally at some level in the United States and two others who have played professionally overseas. The 2007 squad tied the school record for victories with 42 and established a new school mark for home runs with 63. Their run production of 474 and their RBI total of 425 were both second-most all-time. Scouts took notice with a record six Scarlet Knights selected in the 2007 MLB Draft. The pipeline to the pros continues each season with Scarlet Knights represented in the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft.

Driven by a knowledgeable coaching staff committed to fundamentals and carried out by determined student-athletes, the baseball program has risen to among the nation’s best, debunking the theory that northern schools can’t compete nationally. While practicing in cold temperatures and hitting indoors might not be the ideal conditions for preparation, especially when teams like Miami, Georgia Tech and Florida Atlantic are on the early portion of the schedule, it toughens the team and provides greater resolve heading into the season. Over the past few years, Rutgers has shown that it can win in the BIG EAST (2003 Regular Season Champions and 2007 BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament Champions), compete with the nation’s top teams (with several wins against top 25 teams) and is deserving of NCAA tournament consideration (six bids in the last 12 seasons).

1998 BIG EAST CHAMPIONS REGULAR-SEASON AND TOURNAMENT

The heart and soul of the team is its players - a tight-knit group of Jersey kids who play their hearts out each and every game and play the game the right way. • When Fred Hill took over the Rutgers baseball program in 1984, the Scarlet Knights were coming off a 13-22 record in 1983 and had not advanced to the postseason since the 1970 season. Just two years later, Hill led Rutgers to the 1986 Atlantic 10 Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Rutgers would win the next eight regular season titles and, starting in 1986, four of the next six tournament championships. • In 1987, Rutgers posted its first-ever 30-win season, capturing 36 victories, while in 1988, the team eclipsed that mark with 38 wins, including its first NCAA Tournament victory (6-1 vs. Clemson) under Hill. • In 1990, Rutgers posted a 37-19 mark, won the first of back-to-back Atlantic-10 Tournament titles, and came within one win of the College World Series by advancing to the final of the 1990 Northeast Regional in Waterbury, Conn. After losing the opening game, 3-2, to North Carolina, the Scarlet Knights rattled off three-consecutive wins to advance to the finals vs. undefeated Georgia. Needing two wins to knock off the Bulldogs, Rutgers won the first, 4-3, before falling in the final, 20-9. Georgia would not lose another game on its way to the 1990 National Championship.

2007 BIG EAST CHAMPIONS REGULAR-SEASON AND TOURNAMENT

• Despite leaving the Atlantic 10 following the 1995 season, Rutgers still ranks among the all-time leaders in the conference in regular-season titles (first with 10), tournament titles (first with 6) and tournament wins (third with 26).

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A LEGACY OF SUCCESS • In 1996, Rutgers moved to the BIG EAST Conference and, just two years later, captured both the regular season (17-3) and tournament titles. Rutgers has repeated the feat twice more, in 2000, winning the regular season (18-5) and tournament crowns and in 2007 with a school-record 20-7 league mark and tournament title. The Scarlet Knights also captured the 2003 Regular Season Championship. RU is one of only three teams to win both the outright regular season and league tournament in the same season. • From 1996 to 2001, Rutgers finished either first or second in the BIG EAST regular season standings and finished no lower than fourth in each of its first six seasons. In 2002, RU finished fourth in the regular season, but advanced to the BIG EAST Championship game for the third time in seven seasons. • Following its fourth-place finish in 2002, Rutgers captured the 2003 BIG EAST Regular Season Championship (its third since 1998), despite having 16 newcomers and just one senior pitcher on its roster. • Rutgers has appeared in six of the last 12 NCAA Tournaments, serving as the No. 1 seed and host for the 2000 Regional at Upper Montclair and the No. 2 seed at the 2001 Regional in Lincoln, Neb., and the No. 2 seed in the 2007 Charlottesville Regional, featuring No. 3 seed Oregon State, the eventual National Champion. In 2001, Rutgers advanced to the regional final, before the College World Series-bound Cornhuskers rallied for a 14-10 victory in the last inning. In 2003, RU traveled to Tallahassee, Fla. and went 1-2 in the NCAA tournament, beating Jacksonville, 8-5, in the second round before losing to top-ranked Florida State, 17-7. In 2007, Rutgers took down Lafayette but was defeated twice by scores of 5-1 and 5-2 by eventual National Champion Oregon State. • In 26 seasons under Hill, Rutgers has enjoyed 22 winning campaigns and 17 seasons of 30 or more wins - including nine of the last 12 years dating back to the 1998 BIG EAST Championship season. Three times since 2000 - 2000, 2001 and 2007 - the Scarlet Knights eclipsed the 40-win mark, including a program-best 42-17 record in 2001 and a school-record tying win total of 42-21 in 2007. • Rutgers has been ranked nationally at some point during eight of the last 12 seasons, including a high point of 14th (Baseball America) in 2000. Rutgers was ranked as high as 25th nationally in 2003 and 23rd in 2002. It was ranked 29th by Collegiate Baseball in 2004. In 2007, Rutgers finished 30th nationally in the final Collegiate Baseball National poll and was ranked as high as 23rd in the Baseball America poll at the end of the regular season. RU was ranked in three of Collegiate Baseball’s weekly polls in 2007. • Rutgers has had at least one All-American in 11 of the last 14 seasons, including two in 1999 and 2000. In 2000, shortstop Darren Fenster was the first Scarlet Knight to be named a First Team All-American since Jeff Torborg in 1963, and was one of 10 finalists for the Dick Howser Trophy, given annually to college baseball’s top performer. In 2002, Rutgers’ Bobby Brownlie was named one of five finalists for the Golden Spikes award, given each year to the top amateur baseball player in the nation. In 2004, OF Jeff Frazier earned several All-America awards and was a finalist for the Dick Howser Trophy as well. Frazier’s younger brother, Todd, was named a Freshman All-American in 2005 and garnered consensus First Team All-America laurels in 2007. He was also a semifinalist for the Brooks Wallace College Player of the Year Award as well as a National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association District Player of the Year. • Bobby Brownlie represented the Scarlet Knights on Team USA in the summer of 2001 and established himself as the team’s top hurler. He posted a 7-0 mark, including a 0.84 ERA, and allowed just 32 hits (30 singles) in 53.2 innings. He was also named the Louisville Slugger Preseason National Player of the Year in 2001. Todd Frazier represented Rutgers on the 2006 USA Baseball squad, guiding the team to the International University Sports Federation (FISU) World Championship Gold Medal in Havana, Cuba. Frazier, who started 22 of the National Team’s 28 games, played primarily right field, finishing with a .241 batting average (19-for79), 11 RBI and 17 runs scored, including a double, triple and four home runs. • Rutgers’ success is well-chronicled in the summer months as well. RU has sent at least one player to the Cape Cod League in each of the last nine seasons, including Cape All-Stars David DeJesus (Chatham, 1999), Bobby Brownlie (Falmouth, 2000), Val Majewski (Falmouth, 2001), Jeff Frazier (Chatham, 2003), Todd Frazier (Chatham 2005) and then trend continued this past summer with Casey Gaynor (Orleans). In 2004, Johnny Defendis and Jeff Grose played with Chatham and Todd Frazier was named one of the Top 20 prospects on the Cape in 2005, playing for the A’s.

Head Coach Fred Hill was presented with a ceremonial baseball in recognition of his 900th career victory from Rutgers University President Richard L. McCormick at a home game in 2007.

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A PIPELINE TO THE PROS

• Rutgers has seen 62 players either drafted or signed by professional teams in Major League Baseball under Hill’s tenure, with a handful signed by independent clubs. In the last 12 years, more than 40 players have left Rutgers to play professionally. • There are currently three former Scarlet Knights - David DeJesus (Royals), Jason Bergmann (Nationals) and Jack Egbert (New York Mets) - on major league 40-man rosters. In all, nine players have reached “The Show” after playing for Hill, including Eric Young (Rangers and Padres), Val Majewski (Orioles), Darrin Winston (Phillies), Bob McDonald (Yankees, Mets, Blue Jays, Tigers), Angel Echevarria (Rockies, Brewers, Cubs), Pete Zoccolillo (Brewers) and Jack Egbert (Chicago White Sox). • Eric Young, who also played football at Rutgers, broke into the majors in 1992 and was a starting second baseman for 11-straight seasons. He earned a spot on the 1995 NL All-Star team and hit over .300 twice in his career. He stole 30 or more bases in nine straight seasons and had a .286 career batting average. Echevarria made his MLB debut in 1996 and spent the 2002 season with the Chicago Cubs, where he hit .306 in 98 at-bats. His best season was 1999, when he played in 102 games and hit .288 with 11 home runs for the Colorado Rockies. • In 2004, DeJesus emerged as the Kansas City Royals’ starting centerfielder. Last season, DeJesus’ .281 batting average was third best on the Royals. He played in 144 games with 157 hits, including 28 doubles, nine triples and a career-best 13 home runs. He was third on the Royals roster in walks (51), RBI (71) and runs scored (74). His 2000 teammate, Bergmann, made his Major League debut during the 2005 pennant race with the Washington Nationals and appeared in a career-best 56 games last season, moving into a reliever role with the club. Pitcher Jack Egbert made his Major League debut with the Chicago White Sox, working two games in “The Show” last season. He was picked up by the New York Mets in the fall. OUTFIELDERS (15): Glen Gardner 1988 Kevin Kerekes 1988 Angel Echevarria 1992 Doug Alongi 1993 Adam Neubart 1998

Atlanta Braves Pittsburgh Pirates Colorado Rockies Chicago Cubs Arizona Diamondbacks

SHORTSTOPS (5): Sam Ferretti 1987 Ted Ciesla 1990 Darren Fenster 2000 Tim Sweeney 2002 Todd Frazier 2007 THIRD BASEMEN (6): Mark German 1984 Scott Trochim 1987 Jason Imperial 1991 Jake Daubert 2000 Vinny Esposito 2003 Tom Edwards 2008

Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Mariners Toronto Blue Jays Baltimore Orioles

Pete Zoccolillo David DeJesus Joe B. Cirone Billy McCarthy Val Majewski Jeff Frazier

1999 2000 2000 2001 2002 2004

Nick Cerulo Johnny Defendis Dave Williams Ryan Hill

SECOND BASEMEN (6): Eric Young 1989 Rich Saitta 1996 Dave Marciniak 1998 Graig Badger 2004 Mike Bionde 2007 Vic Cegles 2008

Cleveland Indians Montreal Expos Kansas City Royals Montreal Expos Cincinnati Reds

LEFT HANDED PITCHERS (9): Bob McDonald 1987 Toronto Blue Jays Darrin Winston 1988 Montreal Expos Kevin Conover 1989 Chicago White Sox Darrin Kotch 1990 Montreal Expos Phil Schneider 1993 Colorado Rockies Scott Madison 1996 Tampa Bay Devil Rays Buddy Gallagher 2001 Colorado Rockies Tom Crohan 2002 Florida Marlins Shaun Parker 2004 New York Yankees

CATCHERS (4): Gary Resetar Mike Higgins Chris Dorsett Frank Meade

Chicago Cubs Kansas City Royals Oakland A's Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles Detroit Tigers

1988 1993 1998 2007

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2004 2005 2007 2007

Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers Minnesota Twins Toronto Blue Jays Kansas City Royals Washington Nationals

RIGHT HANDED PITCHERS (10): Bob Fazekas 1990 Detroit Tigers Jim Kohl 1991 Minnesota Twins Chris Cochrane 1994 Oakland A's Bill Malloy 1996 San Francisco Giants Mike Mundy 1998 Colorado Rockies Keith Connolly 1998 San Francisco Giants Eric Brown 2001 Chicago Cubs Bobby Brownlie 2002 Chicago Cubs Jason Bergmann 2002 Montreal Expos Jack Egbert 2004 Chicago White Sox

Minnesota Twins Colorado Rockies Chicago Cubs Cincinnati Reds

Kansas City Royals Chicago Cubs New York Yankees San Diego Padres

FIRST BASEMEN (3): Paul Johnson 1988 New York Mets Sean Ryan 1990 Philadelphia Phillies Mike O'Brien 2000 Detroit Tigers


HOMEGROWN SUCCESS “NEW JERSEY’S TEAM” • The Rutgers University baseball team features a winning team year in and year out by obtaining the best talent from New Jersey. • This season, Rutgers is once again “New Jersey’s Team” as the entire make-up of its 34-man roster is from the Garden State. • Coach Hill feels that there is a tremendous amount of talent in New Jersey and by obtaining the best players from the state, Rutgers will be able to compete with the rest of the nation. New Jersey-driven teams have enjoyed tremendous success over the years, dating back to the first stars of Rutgers, such as Joe Lynch, Darrin Winston, Noel Gluck and Glen Gardner. That tradition has continued with players like Bobby Brownlie, David DeJesus, Pete Zocollilo, Jack Egbert, Val Majewski and Jeff and Todd Frazier. • Around the state of New Jersey, there has been a sense of hometown pride as many of the best New Jersey players turn down out-of-state scholarships to stay at home to attend Rutgers. The State University of New Jersey has attracted the state’s top players, including 1999 Star Ledger Pitcher of the Year Bobby Brownlie, 2001 Player of the Year Jeff Frazier, 2004 Player of the Year Todd Frazier and 2006 Pitcher of the Year Casey Gaynor. The Scarlet Knights’ 2010 incoming freshman class is comprised of Star Ledger First Team All-State selection Steve Nyisztor. • The New Jersey-based Rutgers coaching staff thoroughly surveys the state for the top talent in each county. Its ability to attend high school and American Legion games, coupled with a focused approach to recruiting, enables the staff to uncover “hidden gems” - players who often go unnoticed by other schools but flourish at Rutgers. A perfect example of this is former standout Val Majewski, who attended Rutgers on an academic scholarship and, three years later, was drafted in the third round by the Baltimore Orioles, making his Major League debut in August of 2004. • Former RU All-American Billy McCarthy, who enjoyed an extended professional career in the Atlanta Braves and Kansas City Royals organizations, went away to play collegiately in Virginia, but could not resist the temptation to come home and play for Rutgers. In one season at Rutgers, McCarthy earned All-America honors and was a sixth-round draft pick. He was named the Braves’ Minor League Player of the Year in his first season in the minors. The trend continued in 2008 as New Jersey scholastic standout catcher Jayson Hernandez of Belmar returned to his home state, transferring to Rutgers after one season at Winthrop University.

Sophomore Charlie Law was honored as the 2008 South Jersey Player of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Sophmore Steven Zavala was named the 2008 Daily Record Player of the Year.

• RU’s 2004 squad had two walk-ons, Graig Badger and Nick Cerulo, who played their way into the starting lineup and excelled for the Scarlet Knights. At the conclusion of their collegiate careers, both Badger and Cerulo moved onto professional baseball - a testament not only to their hard work, but to Coach Hill’s ability to develop players of all caliber in his system.

Senior Casey Gaynor was named the state’s 2006 Pitcher of the Year by the Star Ledger.

“As the State University of New Jersey, it is our goal to provide a quality education and athletic opportunity to in-state players. Our philosophy has always been to recruit in-state and develop our team in that manner. It is a philosophy that has worked for over 26 years.” - Fred Hill

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BAINTON FIELD AT THE FREDERICK E. GRUNINGER CLASS OF ‘53 BASEBALL COMPLEX

The Rutgers baseball program debuted a new field in 2007. Thanks to the $1.25 million donation - the single largest onetime cash gift by a living donor to Rutgers Athletics at the time Ron and Pat Bainton gave to the program to use on a brand new state-of-the-art FieldTurf playing surface. FieldTurf, a synthetic surface used in professional and collegiate baseball, football and soccer stadiums across the country, allows the Scarlet Knights to practice on the field year-round without the worries of a frozen surface during the winter months. Dugouts and seating for 1,500 accentuate the field. The generous donation also provides for continued enhancements to the complex in the future. A new outfield wall was constructed prior to the 2009 season complete with new padding for the outfield fence. On March, 24, 2007, Rutgers christened its brand new field with a doubleheader sweep of Georgetown. Ron Bainton was on hand for the first game and threw out the ceremonial first pitch with Senior Associate Athletic Director Jason Kroll (left), Head Coach Fred Hill, and Rutgers University President Dr. Richard L. McCormick (right) on hand to view the festivities at the new Bainton Field. The Scarlet Knights’ home is directly behind the Louis Brown Athletic Center. The on-field facilities include a practice diamond and three full length batting cages as well as five practice pitching mounds.

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THE FACILITIES RU baseball also features indoor practice facilities that include three 70-foot batting cages and pitching mounds. The Louis Brown Athletic Center, aka the RAC, is also home to a 3,500 square foot weight room in which the baseball team trains with strength and conditioning coach Mike Johansen. This facility features state-of-the-art equipment that includes free weights, cardiovascular and rehabilitation machines. Also conveniently located inside the RAC is a state-of-the-art training facility where, under the direction of athletic trainer Rob Piacentini, the team can rehabilitate with the latest technology at its finger tips for a quick return to the field. In addition, the RAC is home to the team’s clubhouse which serves as the team’s home away from home. The clubhouse features couches, televisions and an entertainment center as well as a full-time equipment staff that maintains the players' uniforms and equipment to help keep the team properly outfitted. The team locker room was recently renovated with new carpet, furniture and oak lockers for each player. The baseball team also utilizes a 120-yard indoor facility known as “The Bubble”. “The Bubble” includes a full-length football field, made out of the same FieldTurf surface as Bainton Field, with 100-foot high ceilings that allow for game-like simulation. The bubble is a vital component of the preseason practice schedule when weather prohibits outdoor activity.

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SCHEDULE • Rutgers boasts one of the most challenging schedules on the East Coast if not the country each year. In 2010, the Scarlet Knights will be on the road for 20 of their first 22 contests. RU opens the season with nationally-ranked Miami and travels to Georgia Tech two weeks later with a trio of Big Ten standouts sandwiched in between in Iowa, Northwestern and Purdue. The Scarlet Knights will also test themselves against Florida Atlantic and Florida International early in the schedule before heading into the always-challenging BIG EAST Conference slate. This schedule gives the players on the team not only the opportunity to play against some of the best players in the country but also the chance to be seen by professional scouts. • Rutgers will visit nine states in 2010, including Florida on three separate trips. • Rutgers’ home schedule features key BIG EAST series with Pittsburgh, USF, Villanova and St. John’s. • The 2010 BIG EAST Conference Baseball Championship will be held at Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla. The five-day tournament will be May 26-30 with the top eight teams in the regular season competing. Bright House Networks Field is the spring training site for the Philadelphia Phillies, and it has housed the Phillies' Florida State League affiliate Clearwater Threshers.

FAN SUPPORT • No matter where the Scarlet Knights go or who they play, a strong support group is sure to follow. Rutgers benefits from excellent fan support - at home and on the road - which takes the home field advantage away outside New Jersey and reinforces it at Bainton Field. • The family and friends of Rutgers players travel in packs to support the Scarlet Knights on their trips to Virginia, Atlanta and Florida. The Spring Break trip is always well attended and provides great competition for the Scarlet Knights and a nice vacation for family and friends. • The berm beyond the left field fence has become a haven for fans, who gather to cheer on the Scarlet Knights and have a bit of fun with the opposing outfielders as well. The stands behind home plate are overflowing on warm, spring days when Rutgers is in town. Former players - young and old - return to Bainton Field to support the current players. • Youth teams and leagues are also a constant presence at home games. The players always make time to talk with younger players and sign autographs. • Rutgers attracts some of the biggest crowds to see college baseball in the area, including crowds of more than 1,000 attending several games during the Notre Dame series in 2007.

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SUCCESS AT RUTGERS

The 2007 team was honored at the Rutgers – South Florida football game, televised on ESPN. The team posed with Mets All-Star David Wright.

Success breads success and at Rutgers, the tradition of winning is usually followed at season’s end with team and individual recognition. After picking up All-BIG EAST honors and Freshman AllAmerica laurels by Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball during his rookie campaign in 2008, Jaren Matthews became a two-time all-league pick last season, continuing a tradition of Scarlet Knights on honors lists. The 2007 squad enjoyed a historic year as the Scarlet Knights tied the school record with 42 victories en route to winning both the BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament Championships. Shortly after a year that saw the baseball team reach the NCAA Tournament for the sixth time in 10 years, the Rutgers University Board of Governors honored the Scarlet Knights with a resolution in their honor for a tremendous 2007 campaign. Rutgers took home separate trophies for the conference regular season and tournament titles. In the fall, each member of the team received a championship ring to commemorate their title run during an on-field ceremony at halftime of the Rutgers-South Florida football game where New York Mets All-Star third baseman David Wright joined the Scarlet Knights in a celebratory photo with their rings. Coach Hill with 2007 NJCBA Player of the Year Todd Frazier.

Head coach Fred Hill was voted the 2007 Division I Coach of the Year in the East Region by his peers at the American Baseball Coaches Association for the second time in his career. The BIG EAST Conference each year recognizes several Scarlet Knights on its All-Conference teams, highlighted by six in 2007, including BIG EAST Player of the Year selection Todd Frazier. Professional Scouts always notice the Scarlet Knights as well with seven players selected in the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft the last three years. Hill’s long-term success has rubbed off on his former players as Hill disciple Neil Ioviero (1991-94) was honored as the Collegiate Baseball Coach of the Year at the New Jersey Sports Writers Association banquet in January of 2008 after leading Kean University to the Division III National Championship in 2007. With Hill in attendance, Ioviero thanked his mentor and spoke about the veteran coach’s influence on him during his acceptance speech.

Coach Hill with former Scarlet Knight and 2007 New Jersey Sports Writers Association and Division III National Coach of the Year Neil Ioviero.

In 2009, eight Scarlet Knights were voted to the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) All-State teams, including Ryan Beard, Michael Lang, Dan Betteridge, Jaren Matthews, Jarred Jimenez, Pat Biserta, Casey Gaynor and Steve Zavala.

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MEDIA INFORMATION Asbury Park Press Jack Genung Sports Editor 3601 Highway 66 Neptune, NJ 07754 (732) 643-4077 sports@app.com

2010 QUICK FACTS

LOCATION: ..........................................................................................................Piscataway, N.J. ENROLLMENT: ....................................................................................................................35,585 FOUNDED: ................................................................................................................................1766 PRESIDENT: ..................................................................................Dr. Richard L. McCormick ATHLETIC DIRECTOR: ............................................................................................Tim Pernetti AFFILIATION: ..................................................................................NCAA Division I, BIG EAST NICKNAME: ..........................................................................................................Scarlet Knights COLOR: ....................................................................................................................................Scarlet HOME FIELD: ................................Bainton Field at Class of 1953 Baseball Complex DIMENSIONS: ........................................LF- 330, LC- 385, CF- 410, RC- 370, RF-320 PLAYING SURFACE/CAPACITY: ............................................................Field Turf/1500 2009 OVERALL RECORD: ..............................................................................................22-31 ................................................................Home: 9-12 Away: 11-17 Neutral: 2-2 2009 BIG EAST RECORD: ..................................................................................................8-19 HEAD COACH: ..................................................................................Fred Hill (Upsala, 1957) OVERALL RECORD/YEARS: ........................................................980-638-9 (33 years) RECORD AT RU/YEARS: ................................................................832-532-7 (26 years) ASSISTANT COACHES: ....................................................Darren Fenster, Jay Blackwell DIRECTOR OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS:......................................................Glen Gardner LETTERWINNERS RETURNING/LOST: ..................................................................22/10 POSITION STARTERS RETURNING/LOST: ..................................................................7/1 PITCHERS RETURNING/LOST:........................................................................................11/4

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Campus Media The Daily Targum Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, NJ 08903 (732) 932-7051 WRSU-FM Rutgers Student Center New Brunswick, NJ 08903 (732) 932-7800 RUTV Network Department of University Relations 98 Davidson Road Piscataway, NJ 08854 (732) 445-3710 Baseball America P.O. Box 2089 Durham, NC 27702 (919) 682-9635 Collegiate Baseball Newspaper P.O. Box 50566 Tuscon, AZ 85703 (520) 623-4530

Trenton Times Jim Gauger Sports Editor 500 Perry Street Trenton, NJ 08605 (609) 989-5744 sports@njtimes.com

The Scarlet Knight baseball team receives some of the top media coverage in the Northeast. They are consistently featured in many of the state’s newspapers. In addition, WRSU, Rutgers’ student radio station, broadcasts a good portion of the regular-season games and covers all of the Scarlet Knights’ postseason contests. New in 2010, Knightvision Broadband will broadcast games with streaming video on a tape delay bases through the Rutgers Official Athletic website on a game-by-game basis and follow all the games with Gametracker at www.scarletknights.com.

The 2010 Rutgers Baseball Media Guide is a product by the Rutgers Division of Intercollegiate Athletics. Writing, layout, and design by the Office of Athletic Communications. Editor: Doug Drabik Editorial Assistance: Jason Baum, Hasim Phillips, Dan Betteridge Layout & Design: Kevin Revoir If you plan to cover a game, or would like to request an interview, please contact Photography: Patti Banks, Joseph DeChristofano, Doug Drabik, Tom Ciszek, Larry Levanti, Doug Drabik in the Athletic Communications Office. Please try to give as much Pat McBride, Chris Schubert and Dan Levy. advance notice so that a convenient time can be arranged for the player and coaches Special thanks to each MLB team for photography assistance.

Media Services, Game Coverage and Interview Requests The Athletic Communications Office will provide NCAA box scores, scoring summaries and statistics after each game. All information will also be posted on Rutgers’ Athletics website, www.scarletknights.com

and the member of the media for interviews.

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HILL HIGHLIGHTS

FRED HILL

• Hill is entering his 34th year as a collegiate head coach and his 27th season with the Scarlet Knights as the 16th winningest active head coach in the nation and the most wins of any current BIG EAST coach. • He owns an 832-532-7 record at Rutgers and a 980-638-9 record as a collegiate head coach. • He has averaged 32.1 wins per season at Rutgers. He is the first coach in BIG EAST history to win both the regular season and tournament championship in the same season (1998, 2000, 2007), despite only joining the conference in 1996. • Rutgers has been ranked nationally for at least one week in eight of the last 12 seasons, including a high mark of 14th during the 2000 season. • As a member of the Atlantic 10 from 1984 through 1996, he guided his team to eight-straight A-10 regular season championships and five tournament championships. • Not only do Hill's teams win titles, they also win in regular season play; he has just four losing seasons in 33 years of collegiate coaching. • Hill's teams have advanced to the NCAA Tournament in six of the last 12 years, winning the BIG EAST Regular Season and Conference Championships in 1998, 2000 and 2007 as well as the Regular Season crown in 2003. • In addition to putting winning teams on the field, Hill has developed some of the top players in the country, sending 23 players onto professional baseball in the last eight years and 36 in the last 11 seasons. In 2002 - two of his players, Bobby Brownlie and Val Majewksi - were among the top 100 players selected. In 2004, Rutgers had five more players sign professional contracts, including third-round draft pick Jeff Frazier (Detroit Tigers). In 2007, Rutgers had a record six players drafted, including first-round selection Todd Frazier (Cincinnati Reds). Two former players under Hill - David DeJesus (Kansas City Royals) and Jason Bergmann (Washington Nationals) - were regulars at the Major League level last season and a third - Jack Egbert (New York Mets) - made his MLB debut with the White Sox in 2009. • From his 2000 squad, which won the BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament Championship and served as the host of the NCAA Regional at Upper Montclair, 18 players went on to play professionally, including three Major Leaguers and a first-round draft choice. • Hill began his collegiate career at Montclair State University where, in 1977, he was named head baseball and football coach. In his career with Montclair State, he developed the baseball team into a Division III national power, winning 62 percent of his games and earning a trip to the Division III World Series (Hill was named Division III National Coach of the Year in 1983). His number 24 jersey was retired by the program in February 2010.

HEAD COACH 27TH SEASON A coaching icon to baseball enthusiasts in the region, Fred Hill is in his 27th season at the helm of the Rutgers baseball program. After inheriting the program back in 1984, the baseball mentor has brought the Scarlet Knights to an elite status that includes 11 NCAA Tournament appearances, 12 regular season conference championships, eight conference tournament titles and more than 800 victories. Hill’s players learn the game and progress under the veteran coach’s tutelage. They develop into superior athletes on the diamond, as evidenced by the more than 60 players Hill has seen go on to play professional baseball under his guidance. Beginning his 34th season in collegiate coaching, Hill remains as focused, committed and enthusiastic as he was back in 1984. That year, he accepted the challenge of coaching a team that was coming off a 13-22 record in 1983 and had not appeared in the NCAA Tournament in 14 years and proceeded to build Rutgers baseball into what it is today. Hill enters 2010 as one of the top 20 winningest active coaches in the nation and sits just 20 victories shy of the prestigious 1,000-win mark.

Molding a young team, Hill’s 2009 squad produced 22 victories and presented a promise of success in 2010 as the veteran mentor inches ever closer to that benchmark win total with nearly his full team back this spring. After capturing the league regular-season and tournament titles in 2007, Hill’s 2008 squad was presented the challenge of replacing six of its eight position starters. Hill’s team rose to the challenge, however with 23 victories while continuing its ever-growing representation of Scarlet Knights in Major League Baseball when two members– Tom Edwards and Vic Cegles – signing professional contracts in the summer following the 2008 campaign.

Hill, the 2007 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year, led the Scarlet Knights to both the BIG EAST Regular-Season and Tournament Championship – the third time in 10 years he has guided his club to both titles in the same season. Hill’s 2007 squad tied the school record for wins in a season with 42 and earned a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Charlottesville Regional – the 13th NCAA Tournament berth in his amazing coaching career.

After enduring a losing season as the first-year coach in 1984 (13-21), Hill began to reestablish the Scarlet Knights as a northeast baseball power with a 25-15 mark in 1985, which preceded a 28-18 mark in 1986 and the first of eight-straight Atlantic 10 regular season championships. That season, Rutgers also captured its first Atlantic 10 tournament title and returned to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 1970, one of 11 appearances under Hill. A 36-14-1 record in 1987, which set a school record for wins and winning percentage (.716) at the time, was the first of seven-straight 30-win seasons for the Scarlet Knights - a stretch that lasted until 1993 and completed the run of eightstraight league titles. In 1990, when RU posted a 37-19 mark and won the fourth of its seven-straight league titles, the team came within one win of advancing to the College World Series, falling to eventual National Champion Georgia in the tournament final in Waterbury, Conn.

THE HILL FILE

• 16th active winningest head coach in Division I • 45th winningest head coach all-time in Division I • 2007 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year • 2000 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year • 1998 BIG EAST Coach of the Year • 1990 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year • 1991, '92, '93 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year • 1983 District III Coach of the Year • Eight Atlantic 10 Regular Season Championships • Five Atlantic 10 Tournament Championships • Four BIG EAST Regular Season Championships • Three BIG EAST Tournament Championships • School Record 42 wins in 2001 and 2007 • 14 NCAA Tournament Bids (11 with Rutgers) • 1983 Division III World Series • Four NJAC Championships • Three Division III NCAA Tournament appearances

A move to the BIG EAST Conference in 1996 had little impact on the Scarlet Knights, as the winning continued. Following back-to-back tournament appearances in 1996 and 1997, Rutgers captured both the regular season and tournament championship in 1998, posting a 33-16 mark along the way and advancing to the NCAA Regional at Tallahassee, Fla. The Scarlet Knights scrapped their way out of the losers' bracket during the conference tournament and beat Notre Dame twice in as many days, including a 12-0 championship game win, to clinch the title.

The following season, Rutgers finished 37-21, second in the BIG EAST, and took another step in the national picture with the program's first-ever at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament (the six previous trips came from an automatic berth associated with winning the league championship). RU was sent to Lubbock, Tex. to compete in the NCAA Regional with Texas Tech, Wisconsin-Milwaukee and No. 1 Rice. The 2000 season featured another step in the building of the program, as RU once again

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HILL YEAR-BY-YEAR AT MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY 1977 17-12-0 .587 1978 21-12-0 .636 NJAC Champion NCAA 1979 17-15-0 .531 1980 19-14-0 .576 NJAC Champion 1981 18-10-0 .643 1982 25-14-1 .638 NCAA 1983 31-14-1 .685 NCAA World Series TOTAL 148-91-2 .618 AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY 1984 13-21-0 .382 1985 25-15-0 .625 1986 28-18-0 .609 A-10 RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1987 36-14-1 .716 A-10 RS Champ. 1988 38-21-1 .642 A-10 RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1989 34-19-0 .642 A-10 RS Champ. 1990 37-19-0 .660 A-10 RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1991 33-24-2 .576 A-10 RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1992 32-17-0 .653 A-10 RS 1993 38-17-0 .691 A-10 RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1994 28-19-0 .596 1995 28-29-0 .491 1996 32-21-1 .602 1997 28-24-0 .538 1998 33-16-0 .673 BE RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 1999 37-21-0 .657 NCAA 2000 40-18-0 .690 BE RS/Tour. Champ. NCAA 2001 42-17-0 .712 NCAA 2002 35-22-0 .614 2003 37-22-0 .627 BE RS Champ. NCAA 2004 30-23-0 .567 2005 32-21-0 .604 2006 29-28-1 .509 2007 42-21-0 .667 BE RS/Tour. Champ NCAA 2008 23-29-1 .443 2009 22-31-0 .415 TOTAL 832-532-7 .609 OVERALL 980-638-9 .605

captured the BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament championships, posting its first 40-win season (40-18) along the way. In the BIG EAST Championship title game, thenfreshman Bobby Brownlie, working on three days rest, led RU to a 1-0 win with a complete-game shutout of in-state rival Seton Hall. Ranked as high as No. 14 nationally during the course of the season, Rutgers was selected to host an NCAA Regional at Yogi Berra Stadium in Upper Montclair, N.J., joined by UNC, Penn State and Army.

The 2001 team set the school win mark once again, finishing the year 42-17, with a second-place finish in the BIG EAST. Another at-large NCAA Tournament berth, the program's fourth-straight trip, sent the team to Lincoln, Neb., where RU came within one win of moving onto the Super Regional round. A 35-22 mark and a trip to the BIG EAST Tournament finals was not good enough in 2002, but RU returned to the NCAA Tournament in 2003 after winning the BIG EAST Regular Season Championship and advancing to the BIG EAST Championship game for the second-straight season. Hill’s teams won over 90 games from 2004 through 2006, reaching the semifinals of the 2006 BIG EAST Championship.

A long-time high school coach in New Jersey, Hill began his collegiate coaching career in 1977 at Montclair State University, serving as the head baseball and football coach for the Red Hawks. In seven seasons at Montclair State, Hill posted a 148-91-2 mark, leading his team to two NJAC Championships and three NCAA tournament appearances, including the Division III World Series in 1983. (The following season, Hill's first at Rutgers, Montclair State won the national championship with many of his players still in the program.) Just as successful on the gridiron, Hill led the MSU football program to a 55-13-4 record in seven seasons, including five NJAC titles. His team lost just one league contest in a five-year span from 1978 through 1982. A true representation of his successful contribution to the Montclair State program, the school’s athletic department retired his No. 24 jersey this past February – only the third number retired in school history. As a collegiate star at Upsala, Hill earned 11 varsity letters. Four letters came in baseball, where he led the team in batting twice. Four more came in football, where he led the team in rushing four times and was named the football team's Most Valuable Back three times. Three more letters came in basketball, where he was voted Most Improved Player his senior year. Chosen as a Small College All-American following his final football season, Hill was honored by his alma mater in 1992 as a distinguished alumnus who has achieved excellence in his chosen profession. Following his outstanding collegiate career, Hill moved onto a professional career in the Washington Senators organization before beginning his storied coaching career. He began his coaching career as freshman baseball coach at Upsala while also playing semi-pro baseball for the East Orange Soverals. His next move was to Clifford Scott High School, where he was an assistant baseball coach for five years and head coach for another six. During those six years, Hill led the Scotties to a 94-58 record, two state sectional championships, and also served time as an assistant football coach. He moved on to coach the Pequannock High School football team for four years and then returned to Upsala as an assistant baseball coach for three more seasons. Hill lives in Verona, N.J. with his wife of more than 52 years, Evelyn. They are the proud parents of six children: Nancy, Fred, Linda, Jim, Tracey, and Karen. They also have eight grandchildren: Jessica, Danielle, Brian, James, Natalie, Nicholas, Alexandra and Giselle. A coaching-rich family, Fred's brother Brian is currently an assistant coach for the NBA’s Detroit Pistons, and his son, Fred, is in his fourth season as the head coach of the Rutgers men's basketball team.

Coach Hill with Rutgers University President Richard McCormick

Coach Hill with his brother Brian (left), an assistant coach for the NBA’s Detroit Pistons, and son Fred, the head men’s basketball coach at Rutgers.

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HILL VS. THE OPPOSITION Adelphia (2-1) Year W/L Score Record 4/17/85 W 4-2 1-0 4/15/87 W 11-9 2-0 4/13/88 L 6-5 2-1 Air Force (2-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/21/88 W 13-3 1-0 3/26/88 W 10-7 2-0 Alabama Birmingham (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/20/91 L 10-9 0-1

Army (5-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/20/91 L 6-5 0-1 3/14/92 W 7-5 1-1 3/15/92 W 3-2 2-1 5/10/97 W 16-7 3-1 5/10/97 W 9-0 4-1 5/26/00 W 4-3 5-1 Auburn (1-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/21/98 W 17-15 1-0 5/23/98 L 7-4 1-1 Boston College (16-7) Year W/L Score Record 4/27/96 W 11-7 1-0 4/27/96 L 10-8 1-1 3/29/97 W 3-0 2-1 3/29/97 W 10-7 3-1 4/11/98 W 4-3 4-1 4/11/98 W 4-3 5-1 3/27/99 W 10-2 6-1 3/27/99 W 4-1 7-1 3/25/00 W 7-1 8-1 3/25/00 W 10-2 9-1 3/26/00 W 17-12 10-1 4/21/01 W 5-2 11-1 4/21/01 L 4-2 11-2 4/22/01 W 4-2 12-2 3/24/02 L 8-2 12-3 3/25/02 L 8-4 12-4 3/26/02 L 9-6 12-5 5/24/02 W 4-2 13-5 4/19/03 W 4-2 14-5 4/19/03 W 7-3 15-5 4/16/05 L 6-4 15-6 4/16/05 L 15-0 15-7 4/17/05 W 11-8 16-7 Bowling Green (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/13/99 W 7-2 1-0 Bucknell (4-0) Year W/L 3/29/85 W 3/28/86 W 3/27/87 W 3/12/99 W

Score Record 20-5 1-0 11-8 2-0 16-5 3-0 16-1 4-0

BYU (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 5/25/01 W 4-3 1-0 Cal-Berkeley (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/8/98 L 11-5 0-1

Central Conn. (2-0) Year W/L Score Record 4/1/95 W 8-6 1-0 4/1/95 W 5-3 2-0 Central Florida (4-8) Year W/L Score Record 2/25/94 W 7-1 1-0 2/26/94 L 2-0 1-1 2/27/94 L 6-1 1-2 3/15/96 W 1-0 2-2 3/16/96 L 11-2 2-3 3/17/96 L 6-2 2-4 3/18/97 L 15-13 2-5 3/19/97 L 13-6 2-6 3/20/97 W 7-4 3-6 3/16/07 L 10-8 3-7 3/17/07 W 4-3 4-7 3/18/07 L 4-0 4-8 Charlotte(1-0) Year W/L Score Record 5/28/93 W 5-1 1-0

Clemson (1-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/20/88 W 6-1 1-0 5/27/93 L 7-3 1-1

Columbia (20-5) Year W/L Score Record 3/27/84 L 8-4 0-1 4/11/85 W 23-13 1-1 4/9/86 W 6-4 2-1 4/8/87 W 10-4 3-1 5/3/88 W 5-0 4-1 5/1/90 L 8-7 4-2 4/30/91 W 12-3 5-2 4/28/92 W 9-5 6-2 4/27/93 W 6-4 7-2 4/26/94 W 8-5 8-2 4/25/95 W 12-8 9-2 4/23/96 W 15-6 10-2 4/22/97 L 8-2 10-3 4/25/98 W 16-5 11-3 5/3/99 W 5-3 12-3 4/18/00 W 12-4 13-3 4/18/01 W 20-2 14-3 4/17/02 W 21-22 15-3 4/16/03 L 11-1 15-4 4/27/04 W 15-9 16-4 4/13/05 W 9-2 17-4 4/11/06 W 17-4 18-4 4/10/07 W 21-6 19-4 4/8/08 W 5-4 20-4 4/7/09 L 1-9 20-5 Creighton (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/15/86 L 14-1 0-1 C.W. Post (5-0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/1/86 W 9-7 1-0 5/1/87 W 10-4 2-0 4/29/88 W 14-11 3-0 4/28/89 W 6-4 4-0 4/27/90 W 16-2 5-0 4/26/91 T 5-5 5-0-1 Delaware (16-8) Year W/L Score Record 4/25/84 W 10-2 1-0 4/24/86 W 9-3 2-0 4/23/87 W 8-2 3-0 4/21/88 L 7-6 3-1 4/20/89 W 6-1 4-1 4/19/90 W 13-8 5-1 4/14/93 W 5-2 6-1 4/21/94 L 8-5 6-2 4/20/95 L 10-1 6-3 5/9/96 W 2-1 7-3 4/30/97 W 15-7 8-3 4/22/99 W 8-7 9-3 5/2/00 W 11-4 10-3 5/1/01 W 5-2 11-3 4/30/02 W 12-8 12-3 5/15/03 L 3-2 12-4 5/13/04 W 16-5 13-4 5/11/05 W 14-4 14-4 5/16/06 L 4-3 14-5 4/11/07 L 13-9 14-6 5/1/07 W 8-5 15-6 4/9/08 L 5-3 15-7 4/29/08 W 5-4 16-7 4/28/09 L 5-12 16-8 Duquesne (6-0) Year W/L Score Record 4/23/94 W 9-2 1-0 4/23/94 W 5-4 2-0 4/24/94 W 18-5 3-0 3/18/95 W 9-7 4-0 3/18/95 W 6-5 5-0 3/19/95 W 3-1 6-0 FDU (18-3) Year W/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 5/6/08 W 5/6/09 W

Score Record 13-4 0-1 13-2 1-1 15-10 1-2 13-7 2-2 12-11 3-2 14-1 4-2 8-2 5-2 16-2 6-2 8-7 7-2 15-6 8-2 17-3 9-2 15-3 10-2 14-4 11-2 3-1 12-2 27-0 13-2 14-7 14-2 9-3 15-2 5-7 15-3 11-2 16-3 10-2 17-3 10-2 18-3

Florida Atlantic (5-14) Year W/L Score Record

3/23/85 3/24/90 3/14/93 3/11/94 3/16/97 3/17/97 3/17/98 3/18/98 3/16/99 3/14/00 3/13/01 3/19/02 3/19/03 3/17/04 3/15/05 3/14/06 3/15/07 3/18/08 3/17/09

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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 4-6 9-4 10-1 11-12

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

4/9/94 4/9/94 4/10/94 5/6/95 5/6/95 5/7/95 5/13/95

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3-1 3-0 12-4 9-4 9-7 26-8 9-4

5-4 6-4 7-4 7-5 7-6 7-7 8-7

Georgia (1-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/21/90 W 4-3 1-0 5/21/90 L 20-9 1-1

Georgia Tech (11-35) Year W/L Score Record 3/4/88 W 10-7 1-0 3/5/88 L 12-4 1-1 3/6/88 W 9-7 2-1 3/3/89 W 9-3 3-1 3/4/89 L 14-4 3-2 3/5/89 L 4-3 3-3 3/2/90 L 3-1 3-4 3/3/90 L 2-1 3-5 3/4/90 L 12-2 3-6 3/8/91 W 13-7 4-6 3/9/91 L 13-1 4-7 3/10/91 L 11-2 4-8 2/28/92 L 11-1 4-9 2/29/92 L 15-3 4-10 3/1/92 L 8-1 4-11 3/5/94 W 2-1 5-11 3/5/94 L 17-7 5-12 3/6/94 L 13-2 5-13 3/1/96 L 9-1 5-14 3/2/96 L 6-3 5-15 3/3/96 W 5-4 6-15 3/5/99 L 126-16 3/6/99 L 19-5 6-17 3/7/99 L 6-2 6-18 3/2/01 L 2-1 6-19 3/3/01 W 10-9 7-19 3/4/01 L 13-1 7-20 3/7/03 L 11-6 7-21 3/8/03 L 6-5 7-22 3/9/03 L 7-5 7-23 3/5/04 L 6-5 7-24 3/6/04 W 7-5 8-24 3/7/04 L 13-6 8-25 2/25/05 L 11-6 8-26 2/26/05 W 10-9 9-26 3/3/06 L 8-25 9-27 3/4/06 L 2-12 9-28 3/5/06 L 4-11 9-29 3/2/07 L 18-12 9-30 3/3/07 L 10-8 9-31 3/4/07 W 9-5 10-31 2/29/08 W 10-6 11-31 3/1/08 L 4-3 11-32 3/2/08 L 6-0 11-33 2/28/09 L 4-6 11-34 2/29/09 L 4-13 11-35

Florida International (11-30) Year W/L Score Record 3/22/84 L 13-1 0-1 3/19/85 W 6-4 1-1 3/21/85 L 8-2 1-2 3/22/85 L 2-0 1-3 3/20/86 L 10-4 1-4 3/21/86 W 11-9 2-4 3/20/87 L 3-2 2-5 3/21/87 W 2-1 3-5 3/18/88 L 7-1 3-6 3/24/88 L 11-10 3-7 3/23/89 L 8-1 3-8 3/18/90 W 8-7 4-8 3/21/90 L 22-10 4-9 3/21/90 L 8-3 4-10 3/17/91 W 11-4 5-10 3/19/91 L 4-3 5-11 3/19/91 L 7-1 5-12 3/20/92 W 5-2 6-12 3/21/92 L 6-8 6-13 3/19/93 W 5-4 7-13 3/20/93 W 5-4 8-13 3/14/95 L 4-2 8-14 3/15/95 L 8-2 8-15 3/15/97 L 4-3 8-16 3/15/97 L 7-3 8-17 3/16/98 L 16-8 8-18 3/15/00 L 2-1 8-19 5/14/01 L 3-0 8-20 3/18/02 L 8-6 8-21 3/18/03 L 12-10 8-22 3/16/04 L 13-10 8-23 3/18/04 W 4-3 9-23 3/11/05 L 9-7 9-24 3/12/05 W 14-10 10-24 3/13/05 L 9-0 10-25 3/10/06 L 3-7 10-26 3/11/06 L 7-16 10-27 3/12/06 L 9-12 10-28 3/9/07 W 12-5 11-28 3/10/07 L 4-2 11-29 3/11/07 L 7-6 11-30

Harvard (2-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/21/03 W 10-2 1-0 3/22/03 W 15-6 2-0

Florida Memorial (3-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/18/84 W 26-8 1-0 3/20/84 L 7-6 1-1 3/21/84 W 14-2 2-1 3/16/85 W 22-1 3-1

Iona (20-2) Year W/L 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 4/26/00 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

Florida State (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 2003 L 17-7 0-1

Fordham (5-5-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/29/84 L 9-2 0-1 5/2/84 L 11-2 0-2 3/28/85 W 11-4 1-2 4/30/88 L 2-0 1-3 4/30/88 L 5-2 1-4 4/25/89 W 6-0 2-4 4/24/90 L 9-5 2-5 4/23/91 W 5-4 3-5 5/18/05 W 11-9 4-5 4/15/08 T 8-8 4-5-1 4/14/09 W 7-2 5-5-1 George Mason (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/14/96 L 5-4 0-1

George Washington (8-7) Year W/L Score Record 5/9/86 W 4-1 1-0 5/13/88 W 13-2 2-0 5/13/89 L 6-3 2-1 5/10/91 W 4-2 3-1 5/1/93 L 8-4 3-2 5/1/93 L 9-8 3-3 5/2/93 W 9-3 4-3 5/14/93 W 4-2 5-3

Score Record 23-10 0-1 5-4 1-1 4-0 1-2 5-4 2-2 16-1 3-2 7-2 4-2 10-9 5-2 11-9 6-2 12-4 7-2 4-3 8-2 22-4 9-2 4-3 10-2 9-0 11-2 12-11 12-2 16-9 13-2 11-2 14-2 21-5 15-2 6-4 16-2 9-1 17-2 10-3 18-2 16-7 19-2 14-2 20-2

Illinois State (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/12/01 W 10-1 1-0

Iowa (2-3) Year W/L Score Record 3/14/99 W 10-1 1-0 3/18/99 L 15-6 1-1 3/15/08 W 8-6 2-1 3/16/08 L 9-2 2-2

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16-14

2-3

Jacksonville (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 5/31/03 W 8-5 1-0

James Madison (1-2) Year W/L Score Record 5/10/96 L 1-0 0-1 5/10/96 W 4-2 1-1 5/11/96 L 7-6 1-2 Kansas (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/29/93 L 8-2 0-1 Kansas State (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/20/03 W 5-4 1-0

Kentucky (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 5/19/88 L 6-2 0-1

Lafayette (23-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/2/84 W 15-5 1-0 5/1/85 W 16-4 2-0 4/30/86 W 13-11 3-0 4/29/87 W 17-8 4-0 4/27/88 W 7-6 5-0 4/26/89 W 14-9 6-0 4/24/91 W 4-3 7-0 4/23/92 W 15-10 8-0 5/6/93 L 8-6 8-1 3/25/94 W 12-8 9-1 3/23/95 W 9-0 10-1 3/12/97 W 12-1 11-1 3/24/98 W 24-5 12-1 5/3/00 W 16-5 13-1 5/2/01 W 11-8 14-1 5/1/02 W 5-4 15-1 4/30/03 W 10-7 16-1 5/14/04 W 1-0 17-1 5/27/05 W 17-1 18-1 4/26/06 W 8-2 19-1 5/3/07 W 6-1 20-1 6/2/07 W 11-10 21-1 4/23/08 W 10-9 22-1 4/22/09 W 14-7 23-1 LaSalle (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/14/87 W 27-1 1-0 Lehigh (6-1) Year W/L 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

Score Record 12-1 0-1 9-7 1-1 8-6 2-1 7-3 3-1 12-3 4-1 8-2 5-1 15-0 6-1

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

Long Island Univ. (1-1) Year W/L Score Record 4/2/84 W 11-9 1-0 4/1/85 L 10-5 1-1 Maine (3-4) Year W/L 3/19/86 L 5/16/86 L 3/17/87 W 3/20/87 L 3/17/88 L 5/20/90 W 3/17/93 W

Score Record 14-10 0-1 5-1 0-2 12-7 1-2 4-0 1-3 3-0 1-4 5-4 2-4 17-3 3-4

Marist (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/20/99 W 6-4 1-0

Massachusetts (27-24) Year W/L Score Record 4/28/84 W 13-4 1-0 4/28/84 L 3-0 1-1 4/29/84 W 6-5 2-1 4/27/85 W 7-2 3-1 4/27/85 L 9-6 3-2

4/28/85 4/26/85 4/26/86 4/26/86 4/27/86 4/25/87 4/25/87 4/26/87 4/26/87 5/9/87 4/23/88 4/23/88 4/24/88 4/24/88 5/14/88 5/14/88 5/15/88 4/22/89 4/22/89 4/23/89 4/23/89 4/21/90 4/21/90 4/22/90 4/22/90 5/12/90 4/20/91 4/20/91 5/4/91 5/2/91 5/10/91 4/25/92 4/25/92 4/26/92 4/26/92 5/9/92 4/9/93 4/9/93 4/10/93 3/26/94 3/26/94 5/14/94 4/22/95 4/22/95 4/23/95 5/12/95

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

Miami (9-33) Year W/L 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 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 2/22/09 W 2/23/09 L

10-8 4-3 4-3 15-1 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 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

3-3 3-4 3-5 4-5 5-5 5-6 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-9 7-9 8-9 9-9 10-9 11-9 11-10 12-10 12-11 13-11 14-11 15-11 16-11 17-11 18-11 18-12 19-12 19-13 19-14 20-14 21-14 21-15 22-15 23-15 23-16 23-17 23-18 24-18 25-18 26-18 26-19 27-19 27-20 27-21 27-22 27-23 27-24

Score Record 11-4 0-1 9-3 0-2 6-4 1-2 4-2 1-3 8-2 1-4 16-8 1-5 6-2 1-6 6-3 1-7 5-2 1-8 20-4 1-9 10-0 1-10 11-3 1-11 14-5 1-12 7-6 1-13 12-5 1-14 8-0 1-15 11-4 1-16 5-4 2-16 12-3 2-17 9-4 2-18 10-2 2-19 18-6 2-20 6-5 2-21 11-6 3-21 5-3 3-22 6-4 4-22 13-2 4-23 9-6 5-23 5-3 6-23 8-3 6-24 9-5 7-24 15-5 7-25 8-7 8-25 12-2 8-26 10-5 8-27 6-5 8-28 13-2 8-29 4-1 8-30 1-6 8-31 2-4 8-32 5-4 9-32 9-18 9-33

Michigan St. (1-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/19/85 W 8-6 1-0 3/22/89 L 9-8 1-1 Middle Tennessee State (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/1/03 L 7-6 0-1 Minnesota (3-3) Year W/L Score Record


4/1/96 5/5/97 5/1/99 3/29/00 3/28/01 4/9/02 5/6/03 4/15/04 3/30/05 3/29/06 3/28/07 3/26/08 3/24/09

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

3-2 7-5 14-3 17-6 3-1 8-1 20-0 15-6 3-2 3-3 12-4 1-0 10-7

13-4 14-4 15-4 16-4 17-4 17-5 18-5 19-5 19-6 19-6-1 20-6-1 20-7-1 21-7-1

Providence (7-6) Year W/L Score Record 4/28/96 L 8-6 0-1 4/28/96 W 11-7 1-1 5/14/96 L 4-1 1-2 3/27/97 W 9-4 2-2 3/27/97 W 9-3 3-2 4/25/98 W 10-5 4-2 4/25/98 W 17-3 5-2 4/26/98 L 5-4 5-3 4/24/99 L 9-6 5-4 424/99 W 15-4 6-4 4/25/99 L 11-4 6-5 5/21/99 W 11-4 7-5 5/22/99 L 9-2 7-6 Purdue (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/17/99 L 15-9 0-1 3/18/91 3/21/91 3/6/98 3/18/05 3/19/05 3/20/05

L L L W W W

36-7 8-7 9-8 13-2 6-2 7-6

0-1 0-2 0-3 1-3 2-3 3-3

Mommouth (24-5) Year W/L Score Record 3/26/85 W 25-7 1-0 3/27/86 W 16-8 2-0 3/26/87 W 14-6 3-0 5/8/88 W 4-3 4-0 3/28/89 W 3-1 5-0 5/7/89 W 7-1 6-0 3/27/90 L 14-2 6-1 3/26/91 W 12-4 7-1 4/16/92 W 9-8 8-1 3/23/93 W 5-4 9-1 3/31/94 W 6-0 10-1 3/29/95 W 12-11 11-1 3/27/96 W 14-1 12-1 4/3/97 W 13-1 13-1 4/2/98 W 15-10 14-1 3/24/99 W 5-1 15-1 3/22/00 W 12-2 16-1 4/4/01 W 8-5 17-1 4/18/02 L 7-3 17-2 4/2/03 W 8-2 18-2 4/6/04 W 5-0 19-2 4/29/04 W 4-0 20-2 4/6/05 W 9-8 21-2 5/12/05 W 21-2 22-2 5/11/06 W 4-3 23-2 5/8/07 W 8-0 24-2 4/2/08 L 6-5 24-3 4/30/08 L 4-2 24-4 4/29/09 L 4-6 24-5 Montclair St. (7-3) Year W/L Score Record 4/24/84 L 6-1 0-1 4/23/85 W 3-1 1-1 4/21/87 W 4-3 2-1 4/19/88 W 11-6 3-1 4/23/90 W 7-6 4-1 4/16/91 W 6-2 5-1 4/14/92 W 16-10 6-1 4/13/93 L 6-5 6-2 5/11/94 L 14-8 6-3 4/11/95 W 8-5 7-3 Nebraska (0-2) Year W/L Score Record 5/26/01 L 5-4 0-1 5/27/01 L 14-0 0-2 New York Tech (5-5) Year W/L Score Record 4/3/85 L 9-6 0-1 4/2/86 W 10-5 1-1 4/1/87 L 7-5 1-2 3/30/88 L 6-5 1-3 3/29/89 W 4-3 2-3 3/28/90 L 2-0 2-4 3/27/91 L 4-3 2-5 4/21/93 W 9-4 3-5 5/17/94 W 5-2 4-5 3/28/96 W 11-0 5-5

NJIT (2-0) Year W/L Score Record 3/12/08 W 16-3 1-0 3/11/09 W 11-1 2-0 North Carolina (3-11) Year W/L Score Record 2/28/86 L 2-0 0-1 3/1/86 L 3-5 0-2 3/2/86 L 12-0 0-3 3/6/87 L 13-1 0-4 3/7/87 L 8-2 0-5 3/8/87 L 10-9 0-6 3/11/88 W 5-1 1-6 3/12/88 L 7-5 1-7 3/13/88 W 8-3 2-7 5/18/90 L 3-2 2-8 5/20/90 W 9-7 3-8 3/1/91 L 5-4 3-9 3/2/91 L 11-3 3-10 5/27/00 L 9-3 3-11 North Carolina State (4-5) Year W/L Score Record 3/11/89 L 4-3 0-1 3/11/89 L 6-2 0-2 3/12/89 L 6-4 0-3 2/18/00 L 9-8 0-4 2/19/00 W 7-3 1-4 2/20/00 L 5-4 1-5 2/23/01 W 4-2 2-5 2/24/01 W 8-2 3-5 2/25/01 W 8-7 4-5

Northern Iowa (1-0) Year W/L Score Record 5/26/01 W 6-5 1-0 Oklahoma (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/22/98 L 9-7 0-1 Oklahoma St. (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/19/91 L 9-4 0-1

Old Dominion (22-15) Year W/L Score Record 2/28/97 L 6-3 0-1 3/1/97 W 21-9 1-1 3/2/97 W 21-17 2-1 3/27/98 L 10-9 2-2 3/28/98 L 9-5 2-3 3/1/98 W 13-11 3-3 2/26/99 L 11-3 3-4 2/27/99 L 4-1 3-5 2/28/99 L 8-3 3-6 2/25/00 W 2-1 4-6 2/26/00 W 9-1 5-6 2/27/00 W 17-11 6-6 2/16/01 W 5-3 7-6 2/17/01 W 6-2 8-6 2/18/01 W 5-3 9-6 2/1/02 W 7-4 10-6 2/2/02 W 7-3 11-6 2/3/02 W 3-2 12-6 2/21/03 L 3-1 12-7 2/22/03 L 5-2 12-8 2/27/04 W 2-1 13-8 2/28/04 W 10-4 14-8 2/29/04 L 8-4 14-9

3/4/05 3/6/05 3/6/05 2/24/06 2/25/06 2/26/06 2/23/07 2/24/07 2/25/07 2/24/08 2/24/08 3/6/09 3/7/09 3/8/09

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

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

Rice (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/29/99 L6-1 0-1

15-9 15-10 15-11 16-11 16-12 16-13 17-13 18-13 18-14 19-14 19-15 20-15 21-15 22-15

Rider (31-12) Year W/L 5/3/84 W 4/15/86 L 4/29/86 W 5/17/86 L 4/14/87 W 4/12/88 L 4/26/88 L 4/11/89 W 4/27/89 W 4/10/90 W 4/26/90 W 4/9/91 L 4/7/92 W 4/21/92 W 4/6/93 L 4/20/93 W 5/11/93 W 4/5/94 W 4/19/94 L 4/4/95 L 4/8/95 W 4/2/96 W 4/15/97 W 4/21/97 W 3/26/98 L 4/14/98 W 4/13/99 W 5/9/99 W 3/23/00 W 4/12/00 w 4/3/01 W 4/11/01 W 4/2/02 W 4/10/02 L 5/18/03 W 3/30/04 W 5/18/04 W 3/31/05 W 4/14/05 L 3/28/06 W 3/27/07 W 3/25/08 W 3/25/09 L

Oregon State (0-2) Year W/L Score Record 6/1/07 L 5-1 0-1 6/4/07 L 5-2 0-2 Pace (11-3) Year W/L Score Record 4/9/87 W 6-3 1-0 4/5/90 W 17-5 2-0 5/3/91 W 21-7 3-0 5/1/92 L 6-3 3-1 4/29/93 W 17-5 4-1 4/28/94 L 8-5 4-2 4/25/96 W 10-8 5-2 4/24/97 W 19-5 6-2 4/15/99 W 17-11 7-2 4/13/00 W 10-1 8-2 4/26/02 W 21-2 9-2 4/24/03 W 18-3 10-2 5/8/04 W 6-0 11-2 5/9/04 L 4-0 11-3 Penn St. (10-4) Year W/L 3/30/85 L 3/30/85 W 3/29/86 W 3/29/86 W 3/28/87 W 3/28/87 W 5/8/87 W 5/12/89 W 5/11/91 W 5/27/00 L 3/13/09 L 3/14/09 W 3/14/09 W 3/15/09 L

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

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

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

Rhode Island (33-7) Year W/L Score Record 4/14/84 L 10-2 0-1 4/14/84 W 9-0 1-1 4/13/85 W 5-3 2-1 4/13/85 W 12-3 3-1 4/14/85 L 8-4 3-2 4/12/86 L 2-0 3-3 4/12/86 W 7-4 4-3 4/13/86 W 14-3 5-3 4/11/87 W 16-1 6-3 4/11/87 W 14-4 7-3 4/12/87 L 5-3 7-4 4/12/87 W 7-2 8-4 4/9/88 W 1-0 9-4 4/9/88 L 3-0 9-5 4/10/88 W 4-3 10-5 4/10/88 W 12-5 11-5 4/8/89 W 4-2 12-5 4/8/89 W 3-1 13-5 4/9/89 W 5-1 14-5 4/9/89 W 11-0 15-5

Princeton (21-7-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/9/84 W 4-0 1-0 5/9/84 W 7-3 2-0 4/22/85 W 9-4 3-0 5/8/86 W 4-3 4-0 5/6/87 W 7-2 5-0 5/4/88 W 8-0 6-0 5/3/89 L 7-2 6-1 5/2/90 L 8-4 6-2 5/14/91 W 6-5 7-2 5/15/91 L 6-2 7-3 5/15/91 L 8-2 7-4 4/29/92 W 7-5 8-4 4/28/93 W 3-2 9-4 5/7/94 W 3-2 10-4 4/19/95 W 14-2 11-4 3/31/95 W 9-3 12-4

15

4/7/90 4/7/90 4/8/90 4/8/90 4/27/91 4/27/91 4/28/91 4/28/91 3/28/92 3/28/92 3/29/92 3/29/92 3/28/93 3/28/93 4/17/94 4/17/94 4/18/94 4/29/95 4/29/95 4/30/95

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

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

15-6 16-6 17-6 18-6 19-6 20-6 21-6 22-6 23-6 24-6 25-6 26-6 26-7 27-7 28-7 29-7 30-7 31-7 32-7 33-7

St. Bonaventure (7-2) Year W/L Score Record 4/3/93 L 2-1 0-1 4/3/93 W 13-9 1-1 4/4/93 W 6-5 2-1 4/2/94 W 1-0 3-1 4/2/94 W 9-6 4-1 3/25/95 W 6-5 5-1 3/25/95 W 12-8 6-1 3/26/95 L 13-6 6-2 5/13/95 W 16-12 7-2

St. Francis(N.Y.) (10-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/25/86 W 16-7 1-0 3/24/87 W 10-2 2-0 4/19/91 L 6-5 2-1 4/4/92 W 5-1 3-1 4/4/92 W 6-0 4-1 4/5/92 W 10-4 5-1 4/8/94 W 11-10 6-1 5/1/97 W 6-2 7-1 4/13/98 W 7-4 8-1 4/29/99 W 13-3 9-1 3/27/01 W 9-2 10-1 St. Joseph's (33-9) Year W/L Score Record 4/19/84 L 13-1 0-1 4/21/84 L 8-1 0-2 4/21/84 W 11-4 1-2 4/20/85 L 6-5 1-3 4/20/85 W 5-2 2-3 4/21/85 W 8-7 3-3 4/19/86 W 4-2 4-3 4/19/86 W 8-1 5-3 4/20/86 W 15-6 6-3 5/2/87 W 3-1 7-3 5/2/87 W 10-2 8-3 5/3/87 W 3-0 9-3 5/3/87 W 14-3 10-3 4/16/88 W 9-0 11-3 4/16/88 W 3-1 12-3 4/17/88 W 8-3 13-3 4/17/88 W 7-4 14-3 4/15/89 W 5-2 15-3 4/15/89 W 2-1 16-3 4/29/89 W 10-2 17-3 4/29/89 W 5-1 18-3 4/13/90 W 6-5 19-3 4/13/90 W 8-1 20-3 4/14/90 W 8-0 21-3 4/14/90 W 5-4 22-3 4/6/91 W 9-5 23-3 4/6/91 W 3-2 24-3 4/7/91 W 4-3 25-3 4/7/91 L 3-2 25-4 4/11/92 W 3-1 26-4 4/11/92 W 2-0 27-4 4/12/92 W 5-4 28-4 4/12/92 W 6-3 29-4 4/22/93 W 2-1 30-4 4/22/93 W 6-2 31-4 4/23/93 W 3-2 32-4 4/20/94 W 12-4 33-4 4/20/94 L 7-5 33-5 4/27/94 L 14-8 33-6 4/5/95 L 10-5 33-7 4/5/95 L 13-5 33-8 4/13/95 L 5-1 33-9 St. Peter's (13-1) Year W/L Score Record 4/11/84 W 12-2 1-0 4/10/85 W 13-1 2-0 4/27/92 L 4-2 2-1 4/15/93 W 8-3 3-1 4/14/94 W 23-10 4-1 3/26/96 W 13-4 5-1 3/25/98 W 15-7 6-1 3/23/99 W 16-4 7-1 3/31/00 W 19-4 8-1 3/29/01 W 6-0 9-1 5/15/02 W 7-2 10-1 5/7/03 W 8-3 11-1

5/19/05 W 3/22/06 W

13-2 14-9

12-1 13-1

St.Thomas-Villa (FL) (6-2) Year W/L Score Result 3/20/85 W 8-2 1-0 3/16/86 L 7-6 1-1 3/15/87 W 15-3 2-1 3/20/88 W 13-5 3-1 3/25/88 L 6-4 3-2 3/19/89 W 10-2 4-2 3/21/89 W 10-4 5-2 3/20/90 W 11-3 6-2 South Alabama (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 2003 L 14-1 0-1 Southern Illinois (5-9) Year W/L Score Record 3/16/84 L 9-6 0-1 3/15/85 L 15-7 0-2 3/18/87 L 3-2 0-3 3/17/89 W 11-6 1-3 3/18/89 L 5-4 1-4 3/16/90 L 9-2 1-5 3/15/91 W 5-2 2-5 3/16/91 W 12-7 3-5 3/16/92 L 10-8 3-6 3/18/92 L 14-13 3-7 3/15/93 L 5-1 3-8 3/18/93 W 11-8 4-8 3/12/94 L 8-5 4-9 3/13/94 W 8-3 5-9 Stanford (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/21/88 L 8-1 0-1 Temple (31-11) Year W/L 4/7/84 L 4/7/84 L 4/8/84 L 4/5/85 L 4/6/85 W 4/7/85 L 4/5/86 W 4/5/86 W 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

Score 3-2 5-3 14-8 15-3 4-2 5-4 8-1 5-2 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

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

Texas A&M (1-2) Year W/L Score Record 3/7/08 W 10-8 1-0 3/8/08 L 2-1 1-1 3/9/08 L 12-3 1-2 Texas Tech (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 5/28/99 L 5-2 0-1 Tulane (4-11) Year W/L 2/19/93 L 2/20/93 W 2/21/93 W 3/3/95 L 3/4/95 L 3/5/95 W 3/7/97 L 3/8/97 L

Score Record 9-3 0-1 7-4 1-1 12-2 2-1 4-3 2-2 7-2 2-3 11-8 3-3 15-5 3-4 7-1 3-5


3/9/97 3/3/00 3/4/00 3/5/00 3/8/02 3/9/02 3/10/02

L L L L L L W

Upsala (6-2) Year W/L 5/8/84 L 3/27/85 W 3/26/86 W 3/25/ 87 W 5/1/88 W 4/30/89 L 4/29/90 W 5/5/91 W

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

3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11 4-11

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

Vanderbilt (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 2/28/03 L 3-2 0-1

VCU (7-6) Year W/L Score Record 3/9/90 W 7-3 1-0 3/10/90 W 4-2 2-0 3/11/90 W 9-6 3-0 3/6/92 L 4-2 3-1 3/5/93 W 6-2 4-1 3/6/93 W 13-6 5-1 3/7/93 L 7-4 5-2 2/24/95 W 8-2 6-2 2/25/95 L 8-4 6-3 2/26/95 L 2-1 6-4 2/24/96 L 6-2 6-5 2/25/96 L 5-4 6-6 2/26/96 W 8-3 7-6 Virginia Tech (8-4) 4/13/01 W 11-3 4/13/01 L 14-7 3/28/02 L 2-1 3/28/02 L 17-8 4/27/03 W 10-2 4/27/03 W 6-2 4/28/03 W 10-5 5/22/03 W 6-0 5/1/04 L 5-3 5/1/04 W 11-10 5/2/04 W 10-3 Wagner (13-0-1) Year W/L Score 4/4/85 W 11-6 4/3/86 W 10-4 4/2/87 W 10-1 3/31/88 T 3-3 3/13/00 W 10-4 4/14/01 W 10-1 4/29/03 W 13-0 5/1/03 W 13-1 5/5/04 W 13-2 5/4/05 W 13-3 4/4/06 W 6-5 4/3/07 W 6-0 4/22/08 W 7-3 3/31/09 W 5-1

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

Washington St. (0-1) Year W/L Score Record 3/22/90 L 16-3 0-1 William & Mary (11-4) Year W/L Score Record 2/28/87 W 5-4 1-0 2/22/02 W 5-1 2-0 2/23/02 L 10-7 2-1 2/24/02 W 5-4 3-1 2/20/04 W 18-12 4-1 2/21/04 L 11-4 4-2 2/22/04 L 13-11 4-3 2/18/05 W 11-5 5-3 2/19/05 W 6-3 6-3 2/20/05 W 4-1 7-3 2/17/06 W 10-6 8-3 2/19/06 W 9-6 9-3 2/16/07 L 9-1 9-4 2/17/07 W 15-8 10-4 2/18/07 W 9-8 11-4 William Patterson (4-2-1) Year W/L Score Record 4/24/84 L 8-2 0-1 4/24/85 L 5-4 0-2 4/22/87 W 10-2 1-2 4/20/88 W 12-7 2-2 4/19/89 W 6-2 3-2 4/18/90 W 10-8 4-2 4/17/91 T 12-12 4-2-1

BIG EAST SCHOOLS Cincinnati (9-4) Year W/L Score Record 4/13/06 L 5-6 0-1 4/14/06 W 9-6 1-1 4/15/06 W 19-3 2-1 5/24/06 W 13-7 3-1

5/5/07 5/5/07 5/6/07 5/3/08 5/3/08 5/4/08 3/27/09 3/28/09 3/28/09

W W W L W L L W W

16-6 7-3 8-3 11-10 13-9 7-3 3-6 2-0 7-4

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

5/17/08 4/17/09 4/18/09 4/19/09

W L L L

13-5 1-6 4-7 3-4

3-8 3-9 3-10 3-11

Connecticut (24-15) Year W/L Score Record 3/23/96 W 3-0 1-0 3/23/96 L 3-2 1-1 4/27/97 W 10-7 2-1 4/27/97 L 9-5 2-2 3/7/98 W 15-9 3-2 4/18/98 W 9-6 4-2 4/18/98 W 13-8 5-2 4//19/98 L 7-3 5-3 4/10/99 W 11-2 6-3 4/10/99 L 19-11 6-4 4/11/99 W 9-6 7-4 4/8/00 W 15-7 8-4 4/8/00 W 10-6 9-4 4/10/00 L 2-0 9-5 5/18/00 W 8-7 10-5 3/25/01 L 3-1 10-6 3/25/01 W 7-4 11-6 4/14/02 W 6-1 12-6 4/14/02 W 5-2 13-6 5/3/03 W 5-3 14-6 5/3/03 L 10-7 14-7 5/4/03 W 7-5 15-7 4/17/04 W 5-1 16-7 4/17/04 W 5-3 17-7 4/18/04 W 6-0 17-8 4/23/05 W 3-2 18-8 4/23/05 L 7-6 18-9 4/24/05 L 18-6 18-10 5/18/06 L 17-11 18-11 5/19/06 L 4-7 18-12 5/20/06 L 1-10 18-13 5/25/06 W 9-5 19-13 4/5/07 W 9-4 20-13 4/6/07 W 14-5 21-13 4/7/07 W 12-10 22-13 5/26/07 W 7-6 23-13 4/9/09 L 5-10 23-14 4/10/09 W 5-2 24-14 4/10/09 W 4-15 24-15

Notre Dame (16-28) Year W/L Score Record 4/13/96 W 4-2 1-0 4/13/96 L 5-3 1-1 4/14/96 W 10-7 2-1 4/13/97 L 3-2 2-2 4/13/97 W 15-14 3-2 4/14/97 L 6-5 3-3 5/15/98 W 7-6 4-3 5/15/98 W 12-0 5-3 3/28/99 L 10-1 5-4 3/28/99 W 17-1 6-4 5/13/00 W 16-6 7-4 5/13/00 L 4-3 7-5 5/14/00 L 10-6 7-6 4/7/01 L 10-2 7-7 4/7/01 L 8-2 7-8 4/8/01 L 5-4 7-9 5/18/01 L 6-2 7-10 5/4/02 L 6-5 7-11 5/4/02 L 7-2 7-12 5/5/02 W 11-0 8-12 5/23/02 L 8-3 8-13 5/25/02 W 4-3 9-13 5/25/02 L 3-2 9-14 5/10/03 L 2-0 9-15 5/10/03 W 10-2 10-15 5/11/03 W 5-3 11-15 5/23/03 L 9-3 11-16 5/24/03 W 15-11 12-16 5/24/03 L 11-3 12-17 5/15/04 L 1-0 12-18 5/15/04 L 7-1 12-19 5/16/04 L 5-3 12-20 4/4/05 W 5-3 13-20 4/4/05 W 11-10 14-20 4/21/06 L 5-11 14-21 4/22/06 L 3-15 14-22 4/23/06 L 12-14 14-23 4/28/07 L 15-3 14-24 4/28/07 W 7-0 15-24 4/29/07 L 6-4 15-25 5/22/07 W 13-2 16-25 4/4/08 L 7-5 16-26 4/5/08 L 11-2 16-27 4/6/08 L 11-2 16-28

Louisville (3-11) Year W/L 3/24/06 L 3/25/06 L 3/26/06 L 5/23/06 L 5/26/06 L 5/23/07 L 5/25/07 W 5/25/07 W 5/16/08 L 5/16/08 L

St. John's (24-23) Year W/L Score Record 4/18/85 L 5-4 0-1 3/29/88 W 11-6 1-1 5/4/89 W 1-0 2-1 4/2/91 W 11-9 3-1 4/4/91 W 6-5 4-1 3/31/92 L 16-8 4-2 4/2/92 W 10-8 5-2 3/28/95 W 3-0 6-2 3/30/95 W 6-1 7-2 3/24/96 W 10-5 8-2 3/25/96 L 9-5 8-3 4/26/97 L 12-2 8-4 4/26/97 W 12-11 9-4 5/13/97 L 3-0 9-5 5/15/98 W 14-10 10-5 4/3/99 L 10-0 10-6 4/3/99 W 9-8 11-6

Georgetown (36-4) Year W/L Score Record 5/4/96 W 4-1 1-0 5/4/96 W 5-4 2-0 5/5/96 W 6-3 3-0 3/22/97 L 5-4 3-1 3/22/97 L 4-3 3-2 3/23/97 W 12-4 4-2 5/2/98 W 7-5 5-2 5/2/98 W 8-2 6-2 5/3/98 W 7-2 7-2 5/1/99 W 14-5 8-2 5/1/99 W 17-2 9-2 5/2/99 W 15-2 10-2 3/19/00 W 14-0 11-2 3/19/00 W 4-3 12-2 3/20/00 W 6-0 13-2 3/31/01 W 3-1 14-2 3/31/01 W 6-2 15-2 4/1/01 W 17-5 16-2 4/6/02 W 1-0 17-2 4/6/02 W 11-3 18-2 4/7/02 W 3-0 19-2 4/6/03 W 7-3 20-2 4/6/03 W 12-7 21-2 4/9/04 W 2-0 22-2 4/10/04 W 11-1 23-2 5/15/05 W 8-7 24-2 5/15/05 L 2-1 24-3 5/16/05 W 5-2 25-3 5/12/06 W 9-5 26-3 5/13/06 W 12-7 27-3 5/24/06 W 13-1 28-3 3/24/07 W 4-3 29-3 3/24/07 W 6-0 30-3 3/25/07 W 5-4 31-3 4/11/08 W 22-10 32-3 4/12/08 W 5-3 33-3 4/13/08 W 9-8 34-3 5/14/09 W 7-2 35-3 5/15/09 L 2-5 35-4 5/16/09 W 5-3 36-4 Score Record 0-2 0-1 1-3 0-2 1-6 0-3 8-9 0-4 3-13 0-5 8-1 0-6 12-10 1-6 3-1 2-6 3-1 2-7 4-3 2-8

5/20/99 5/22/99 4/15/00 4/15/00 4/16/00 5/12/01 5/12/01 5/13/01 5/18/02 5/19/02 5/19/02 4/17/03 4/17/03 4/25/04 4/25/04 5/1/05 5/1/05 5/2/05 4/28/06 4/29/06 4/30/06 3/30/07 3/31/07 4/1/07 3/20/08 3/21/08 3/22/08 4/4/09 4/4/09 4/5/09

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

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

12-6 12-7 13-7 14-7 15-7 16-7 17-7 18-7 18-8 18-9 19-9 20-9 21-9 21-10 21-11 22-11 22-12 22-13 22-14 22-15 23-15 23-16 23-17 24-17 24-18 24-19 24-20 24-21 24-22 24-23

Seton Hall (31-22-1) Year W/L Score Record 4/13/84 L 5-1 0-1 4/3/87 L 14-4 0-2 4/14/88 L 9-7 0-3 4/12/89 W 8-2 1-3 4/13/89 L 5-4 1-4 3/29/90 W 4-3 2-4 4/11/91 W 12-11 3-4 4/9/92 W 9-6 4-4 5/4/92 W 9-2 5-4 5/3/93 W 17-7 6-4 4/24/94 L 10-1 6-5 3/22/95 L 15-4 6-6 4/18/96 T 8-8 6-6-1 4/24/96 W 2-1 7-6-1 4/24/96 W 12-4 8-6-1 4/9/97 W 16-4 9-6-1 4/16/97 W 12-3 10-6-1 4/23/97 W 6-3 11-6-1 4/15/98 W 9-8 12-6-1 4/29/98 W 14-4 13-6-1 5/13/98 W 9-6 14-6-1 4/7/99 W 9-7 15-6-1 4/14/99 L 10-5 15-7-1 4/21/99 W 17-10 16-7-1 4/29/00 W 5-1 17-7-1 4/29/00 L 7-5 17-8-1 4/30/00 L 7-5 17-9-1 5/19/00 W 6-2 18-9-1 5/20/00 L 4-3 18-10-1 5/21/00 W 1-0 19-10-1 3/23/01 L 8-5 19-11-1 3/23/01 W 7-3 20-11-1 5/17/01 L 4-2 20-12-1 4/12/02 L 1-0 20-13-1 4/12/02 W 3-2 21-13-1 4/13/03 W 5-1 22-13-1 4/13/03 L 2-1 22-14-1 4/14/03 W 10-4 23-14-1 3/27/04 W 4-1 24-14-1 3/27/04 L 5-4 24-15-1 3/28/04 L 12-1124-16-1 3/21/05 W 8-4 25-16-1 3/21/05 L 10-4 25-17-1 3/22/05 L 8-1 25-18-1 4/25/06 W 9-5 26-18-1 4/13/07 W 13-9 27-18-1 4/14/07 W 4-2 28-18-1 4/14/07 L 2-1 28-19-1 4/25/08 W 7-3 29-19-1 4/26/08 L 4-0 29-20-1 4/27/08 W 6-3 30-20-1 5/9/09 W 3-1 31-20-1 5/9/09 L 2-3 31-21-1 5/10/09 L 10-1431-221

Pittsburgh (24-9) Year W/L Score Record 4/4/96 W 8-6 1-0 4/6/97 W 6-5 2-0 4/6/97 L 6-4 2-1 4/28/98 W 4-1 3-1 4/28/98 W 12-2 4-1 4/29/98 W 9-6 5-1 5/15/99 L 7-5 5-2 5/15/99 W 6-4 6-2 5/16/99 W 14-8 7-2 4/20/00 W 7-0 8-2 4/20/00 W 12-2 9-2 5/17/00 W 11-3 10-2 4/28/01 W 4-0 11-2 4/28/01 L 2-0 11-3 4/29/01 W 6-0 12-3 4/20/02 W 9-1 13-3 4/20/02 W 13-2 14-3 4/21/02 L 2-1 14-4 4/4/03 L 5-4 14-5 4/4/03 W 7-5 15-5 4/8/04 W 4-0 16-5 4/8/04 W 8-5 17-5 3/26/05 W 5-3 18-5 3/26/05 W 7-1 19-5 5/6/06 L 11-12 19-6 5/6/06 W 15-9 20-6 5/7/06 W 10-5 21-6 5/11/07 W 10-9 22-6 5/12/07 W 5-2 23-6 5/13/07 L 10-9 23-7 4/25/09 W 14-10 24-7 4/25/09 L 6-8 24-8 4/26/09 L 8-12 24-9

USF (4-5) Year W/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

Score Record 5-2 1-0 7-5 2-0 10-5 3-0 7-5 3-1 6-4 3-2 5-4 4-2 3-6 4-3 7-15 4-4 5-10 4-5

Villanova (21-19) Year W/L Score Record 4/3/91 W 8-5 1-0 4/1/92 L 5-2 1-1 3/31/93 L 6-5 1-2 3/30/94 L 5-2 1-3

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4/26/95 4/20/96 4/20/96 4/21/96 5/3/97 5/4/97 5/4/97 5/14/97 4/4/98 4/4/98 4/5/98 4/17/99 4/17/99 4/18/99 4/12/01 4/12/01 3/30/02 3/30/02 5/16/03 5/16/03 5/17/03 5/21/04 5/22/04 5/23/04 3/24/05 3/24/05 3/31/06 4/1/06 4/2/06 5/17/07 5/18/07 5/19/07 5/24/07 5/10/08 5/10/08 5/11/08

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

21-3 3-0 5-2 9-3 8-5 7-6 8-6 12-5 6-5 19-5 11-8 13-0 11-9 9-3 9-1 14-0 2-1 7-2 5-0 9-0 6-2 8-7 2-1 7-6 4-3 3-1 1-0 6-8 5-3 8-2 5-4 12-6 11-0 5-4 7-4 2-1

1-4 2-4 3-4 3-5 3-6 3-7 3-8 3-9 4-9 5-9 5-10 6-10 7-10 8-10 9-10 10-10 11-10 12-10 13-10 14-10 14-11 14-12 14-13 14-14 15-14 15-15 16-15 16-16 17-16 18-16 18-17 19-17 20-17 21-17 21-18 21-19

West Virginia (32-18) Year W/L Score Record 5/10/86 W 8-3 1-0 5/10/86 L 9-4 1-1 5/11/86 W 10-3 2-1 5/9/87 L 2-0 2-2 5/11/90 W 2-1 3-2 5/13/90 L 11-2 3-3 5/13/90 W 6-4 4-3 5/8/92 L 6-4 4-4 5/8/93 L 7-5 4-5 5/8/93 W 7-3 5-5 5/9/93 L 8-6 5-6 5/16/93 W 7-6 6-6

5/13/94 L 12-1 6-7 4/8/95 L 6-2 6-8 4/8/95 W 8-0 7-8 4/9/95 L 9-7 7-9 4/6/96 W 4-1 8-9 4/6/96 L 3-2 8-10 5/15/96 L 5-0 8-11 4/5/97 W 8-0 9-11 4/5/97 L 8-6 9-12 4/1/99 W 21-5 10-12 4/1/99 W 4-3 11-12 4/1/00 W 4-0 12-12 4/1/00 W 1-0 13-12 4/2/00 W 10-2 14-12 3/18/01 W 7-6 15-12 3/19/01 W 2-0 16-12 3/19/01 W 2-1 17-12 4/27/02 W 6-2 18-12 4/27/02 W 7-2 19-12 4/28/02 W 5-4 20-12 3/31/03 L 12-9 20-13 3/31/03 W 12-4 21-13 5/23/03 W 8-7 22-13 4/3/04 W 6-4 23-13 4/3/04 W 8-4 24-13 4/4/04 W 6-4 25-13 4/9/05 W 11-3 26-13 4/9/05 L 12-3 26-14 4/10/05 L 6-4 26-15 4/7/06 W 10-6 27-15 4/9/06 W 8-1 28-15 4/9/06 W 3-2 29-15 3/28/08 W 8-4 30-15 3/29/08 W 8-2 31-15 3/30/08 L 8-7 31-16 5/1/09 L 1-13 31-17 5/2/09 W 12-7 32-17 5/3/09 L 3-9 32-18 italics = games played in A-10


THE FENSTER FILE

DARREN FENSTER

COACHING EXPERIENCE 2006-2008: Director of Baseball Operations, Rutgers 2007: Assistant Coach, St. Cloud Riverbats (Northwoods Summer League) 2008: Assistant Coach, Orleands Cardinals (Cape Cod Summer League) 2009-present: Assistant Coach, Rutgers PLAYING EXPERIENCE Minors: Spokane Indians (A) 2000, Burlington Bees (A) 2001, Wilmington Blue Rocks (A+) 2002-03, Wichita Wranglers (AA) 2002-04, Kansas City Royals non-roster invitee (MLB) 2005 College: Rutgers 1997-2000 Accolades: Two-time All-American, 2000 BIG EAST Player of the Year, 2000 finalist for the Dick Howser Trophy presented to the National Player of the Year, school leader in career hits, single-season hits and career doubles, two-time Carolina League All-Star in the minors in 2002 and 2004. 2008 Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame inductee.

ASSISTANT COACH FIFTH SEASON One of the top players in Rutgers history, Darren Fenster begins his fifth season as a member of Coach Hill’s staff and second as an assistant coach with the Scarlet Knights. After serving three seasons as the Director of Baseball Operations at Rutgers, Fenster was promoted to an assistant coach in September of 2008. A two-time All-American shortstop at Rutgers who played six years professionally in the Kansas City Royals' organization, Fenster brings a wealth of knowledge to the Scarlet Knights’ bench.

PERSONAL Full Name: Darren Jeffrey Fenster Born: 9/1178 Familiy: Mother, Susan. Father, Al. Brothers Jay and David.

Fenster serves as Rutgers’ hitting and outfield mentor along with his duties as the third base coach. He oversees the program’s recruiting operations and has continued the long tradition of keeping the top scholastic talent from New Jersey home to play for the State University of New Jersey.

"Darren is a great addition to the coaching staff at Rutgers. As a former player who has had success at the highest levels, he knows just what it takes to be a successful player, and he teaches just that. The knowledge that he passes on to us as players is stuff that he knows will help us be prepared in any situation brought up in the game." - Former All-BIG EAST Player Tom Edwards, a 2008 draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles

Prior to his appointment as a coach on the Rutgers staff, Fenster spent two summers coaching in NCAA-sanctioned summer leagues in the prestigious Cape Cod and Northwoods Baseball Leagues. In just a short term in the coaching profession, Fenster has produced results. He served as the hitting and third base coach, while running the offense for the Orleans Cardinals (now the Firebirds) in Orleans, Mass. during the 2008 Cape Cod summer league. He guided the squad to a league-best 25-17-2 regular-season record, earning the Eastern Division crown. In 2007, Fenster led the St. Cloud River Bats in St. Cloud, Minn. to the Northwoods League Championship as the team’s infield and first base coach. In just four years in the coaching ranks, Fenster has already seen 33 of his former players drafted or signed by Major League clubs, including two first round picks, shortstop Todd Frazier in 2007 and Sacramento State outfielder Tim Wheeler in 2009 (whom he coached in both Orleans and St. Cloud), as well as eight others selected in the first ten rounds.

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. Dating back to the start of his time at Rutgers in 1997, Fenster would play alongside 71 teammates who would reach the Major Leagues, including DeJesus, the Royals outfielder, 2009 Cy Young Award winner Zack Greinke, Orioles third baseman Garrett Atkins and Reds ace Aaron Harang. In addition, during his career, he would also play against such current Big League stars Chase Utley, Grady Sizemore, Brad Lidge, Jeff Francoeur, Ian Kinsler and Felix Hernandez, among others.

Fenster, who joined the Rutgers staff in April of 2006, offers head coach Fred Hill an experienced resource to help evaluate and teach current players all aspects of the game. He also provides pitching coach Rick Freeman with scouting reports of the opposing teams, and administers the Knights Baseball Camps in both the summer and winter.

A 2000 graduate of Rutgers with a degree in communications, Fenster was the recipient of the David Coursen Award, given annually to the graduating male athlete for “character, courage, prowess, and loyalty to both your team and our University”, and the Sonny Werblin Award, given to an individual who has brought national recognition to the University through athletic achievement. A four-time BIG EAST academic honoree, he was enshrined into the Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame in 2008. A 1996 graduate of Middletown High School South, Fenster was inducted into the school's Athletic Hall of Fame in 2007. He currently resides in Neptune.

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 for Rutgers (1997-2000). 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. A native of Middletown, N.J., Fenster is also a part of four appearances in the NCAA Tournament, including three as a player.

Then..... Now

Fenster was a two-time All-American with the Scarlet Knights during the 1999 and 2000 seasons. He was the 2000 BIG EAST Player of the Year. Since rejoining the Scarlet Knights as a member of the staff in 2006, Fenster has already helped guide RU to the 2007 BIG EAST Regular-Season and Tournament titles.

As a senior in 2000, Fenster was a consensus First-Team All-American, hitting .433 en route to BIG EAST Player of the Year and NCBWA District II Player of the Year honors. That season, Rutgers posted its first-ever 40-win season, was ranked as high as No. 14 nationally and served as the top seed and host of the NCAA Regional in Upper Montclair, N.J. He was captain and MVP of a team that would feature three future Major Leaguers (David DeJesus, Jason Bergmann, Val Majewski) and a first-round draft choice (Bobby Brownlie). Fenster 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

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THE BLACKWELL FILE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1996-97: Assistant Coach, Bloomfield College 1998: Assistant Coach, Rutgers 1999-2000: Head Coach, Bloomfield College 2001-2004: Assistant Coach, Rutgers 2006-present: Assistant Coach, Rutgers

JAY BLACKWELL

PERSONAL Full Name: Joseph Blackwell Nickname: “Blackie” Born: 2/15/64 Family: Wife, Katie

ASSISTANT COACH 10TH SEASON

DID YOU KNOW? Jay Blackwell also serves as the president of the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association. He has held the post since 2002.

A well-known baseball personality in New Jersey, Jay Blackwell is in his 14th year as a collegiate coach and 10th on the Rutgers bench. The veteran coach, who works with the Scarlet Knights’ hitters and catchers while assisting with off-campus recruiting, is a valuable asset on the field, bringing experience and expertise with his knowledge of the game.

"Coach Blackwell’s approach to the game is very beneficial. He relates well to the players and helps out in any way he can. He makes the drills fun and productive and makes you a better player.” - Former RU catcher, Frank Meade, who was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in 2007

Blackwell has been a member of RU’s bench for each of the past four seasons after returning to Rutgers in 2006 for his third stint on the Scarlet Knights’ staff. He also served as an assistant coach during the 1998 season and from 2001-2004. The Scarlet Knights have advanced to the NCAA Tournament in four of his previous nine seasons, something he hopes to help RU return to in 2010. He was a key member of the 1998 and 2007 coaching staff that guided Rutgers to the BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament titles. In 2001, Blackwell returned to RU following a two-year stint as head coach at Division II Bloomfield College, where he guided his team to the postseason in both years. Prior to the 1998 season at Rutgers, Blackwell served as an assistant at Bloomfield under then head coach John Johnson. While at Bloomfield, Blackwell worked with several areas of the program, including the outfielders, while also serving as the team's bench coach and strength and conditioning coordinator. A successful head coach with the Jersey Pilots of the ACBL from 1996-98, Blackwell guided the team to the 1997 league championship and coached former Rutgers players such as Darren Fenster, Jeff Marciniak, Joe B. Cirone, Lance Horta, Mike O'Brien, Ryan Molchan and David Santiago. In 2008, Blackwell guided the Freehold Clippers of the ABCCL to the championship game in his first season with the team. In his 14th season of collegiate coaching, Blackwell has worked with over 40 players who have gone onto the professional ranks. He has devoted his time to the game he loves in many other areas, serving as president of the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association since 2002. Blackwell has also conducted indoor and outdoor clinics throughout Monmouth County for more than 15 years. Blackwell currently resides in Leonardo, N.J. with his wife, Katie.

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THE FREEMAN FILE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1978-81: Head coach, Marquette University 1982: Assistant coach, Rider University 1983: Assistant coach, Steinert HS 1983-87: Assistant coach, Mercer County College 1987-88: Assistant coach, Rutgers University 1988-89: Assistant coach, Rider University 1993-99: Head coach, Mercer County College 1999-2004: Assistant coach/recruiting coordinator, Rider University 2005-present: Assistant Coach, Rutgers University 1976-84: Coach, Hamilton Post 31 1984-present: Manager, Hamilton Post 31

RICK FREEMAN ASSISTANT COACH SEVENTH SEASON

PERSONAL Full Name: Richard James Freeman Nickname: Rick Born: April 16, 1952 Family: Wife, Mary Ann.

Rick Freeman is in his seventh season with the Scarlet Knights. He returned for his second stint with Rutgers in 2005, re-joining head coach Fred Hill’s staff for the first time since 1988. Freeman, who works with the RU pitching staff, brings a broad range of experience to the position as a collegiate assistant and head coach at the NCAA and junior college level and as a head coach of one of New Jersey’s most successful American Legion teams.

DID YOU KNOW? Coach Freeman served in the US Navy for four years, working aboard the USS Forrestal (CV-59) aircraft carrier from November 1972 until receiving an honorable discharge in June, 1976. "It was an honor and a pleasure to learn and improve under a man who has dedicated so much of his own time and effort to a group of young men who are at such a critical point in their lives. It should be a great relief to everyone associated with the program to know the baseball team has been blessed with a leader who not only instructs in baseball, but in life. I owe so many of my own accomplishments to him that I can not begin to think about the thanks I owe. I hope last year’s championship ring is a start.”

Back in 1988, Freeman served as an assistant under Hill, working with the outfielders, hitters and pitchers, while also coaching third base. He then moved onto an assistant position at Rider University (1989-1993) before becoming the head coach at Mercer County College in Trenton. At Mercer, Freeman posted a 155-102 (.603) record and appeared in six straight regional championships, advancing to the NJCAA World Series in 1996.

- Former RU ace and 2007 All-BIG EAST pitcher Steve Healing, who worked three seasons under Freeman’s guidance.

Freeman oversaw the impressive comeback of Steve Healing. Two years removed from Tommy John surgery, Healing was a dominant pitcher as Rutgers’ ace and earned Second Team All-BIG EAST honors in 2007.

ly baseball column for The Trenton Times for the past 26 years and is heavily involved in Mercer County civic affairs. He was recently honored by the Trenton Select Committee Civic Organization for his contributions to the community

In 1999, he returned to Rider University as the team’s assistant coach and recruiting coordinator, a post he held through the 2004 season. He worked with several outstanding pitchers while at Rider, including Kevin Barry and Jim Hoey, who both made their Major League debuts in 2006, with the Atlanta Braves and Baltimore Orioles, respectively. Since 1976, Freeman has also coached the Hamilton Post 31 American Legion team. As the head coach since 1985, Freeman has posted a 628-185 mark (.772), winning a record 15 league titles, including 11 straight through 2006. His team captured the New Jersey State Championship in 1987, 1993 and 2006, and finished fifth in the country at the 2000 American Legion World Series. A 1981 graduate of Marquette University and the holder of a Masters degree in English Literature from The College of New Jersey, Freeman got his start as the head coach of the Marquette club baseball team in 1978, revitalizing a program that had been dormant for over 50 years. He returned to New Jersey in 1982 as an assistant at Rider for one year, the first of three stints with the Broncs. Freeman is also an accomplished journalist who has written a week-

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Gardner advanced to Burlington, Iowa (Class A) in the Atlanta Braves organization before being struck in the eye by a batted ball, which ended a promising professional career.

GLEN GARDNER

Glen Gardner was one of the best collegiate hitters during his career with the Scarlet Knights. He graduated from RU as the career leader in hits (201), RBI (141), doubles (44) and total bases (336).

Under Gardner's tutelage, several Scarlet Knights have had outstanding seasons. He has seen several of his pupils continue on to the professional level. In the past 10 years, Rutgers has sent 26 hitters onto the professional ranks, including sixth-round pick Billy McCarthy (Braves) in 2001, fourth-round pick David DeJesus (Royals) the season before and Midwest League All-Star Pete Zoccolillo (Brewers) in 1999.

DIRECTOR OF BASEBALL OPERATIONS 20TH SEASON Glen Gardner is in his 20th season on the Scarlet Knights’ staff in 2010. One of the finest student-athletes in Rutgers history, Gardner has been one of the main contributors of the success of the program during his time “On the Banks.” He is in his second season as the Director of Baseball Operations, after serving the previous 18 seasons as an assistant coach. Gardner coordinates the Scarlet Knights' on-campus recruiting efforts, oversees team travel, handles the day-to-day responsibilities of the program and helps administer the Knights Baseball Camps in both the summer and winter.

Gardner is single and resides in Pt. Pleasant, N.J. He played scholastically at Immaculata High School in Somerville and was named one of the top New Jersey players of the 1980's by the Star Ledger sports staff.

Nationally-renowned for his hitting instruction and his results at Rutgers, Gardner is lauded time and time again for his efforts during his 18 years as an assistant coach. He brought in some of the finest recruiting classes in the BIG EAST, helping to elevate Rutgers to national prominence.

THE GARDNER FILE

COACHING EXPERIENCE 1991-2008: Assistant Coach, Rutgers 1992-94: Head Coach - NJ Pilots - ACBL 2009-present: Director of Baseball Operations, Rutgers

Gardner's success as a coach is best exhibited by the success of his players. From 1998-2002, Rutgers posted a team batting average over .310 and several of its players ranked among the nation's best. Darren Fenster (.433) and Joe B. Cirone (.405) finished in the top 40 nationally in 2000, while Billy McCarthy (.423) accomplished the feat in 2001. In 2003, RU posted a team average of .307, with a schoolrecord 319 walks and .409 on-base percentage. In 2004, Jeff Frazier set the school’s career home run record (34) in just three seasons before his brother Todd Frazier eclipsed the mark in 2007 with a record 42 in the same span. Both were drafted after three seasons with Jeff going to the Detroit Tigers in the third round in 2004 and Todd going to the Cincinnati Reds in the first round in 2007.

PLAYING EXPERIENCE Minors: Pulaski Braves (A), 1988, Sumter Braves (A), 1989, Burlington Braves (A), 1990 College: Rutgers 1986-88 Accolades: Graduated as the all-time hit, home run and RBI leader at Rutgers. Earned All-America honors on two occasions and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 1997. Professionally, Gardner was named to the Appalachian League All-Star team in 1988 and the South Atlantic League All-Star team in 1989. Personal Full Name: Glen Bruce Gardner Nickname: “Beef” Born: 6/26/66 Family: Mother, Carol; Brother, John

In 2007, the Scarlet Knights belted a school record 63 home runs, highlighted by Todd Frazier’s school-record 22 blasts - a testament to Gardner’s results of the continued development of the players. His work with Todd Frazier transformed the shortstop into a First Team All-American and one of the top professional prospects in 2007.

DID YOU KNOW? Gardner once collected 15-straight hits as a senior at Immaculata High School in 1985, as part of a 73-hit effort during that season. He also played alongside former Houston Astros first baseman Jeff Bagwell on the Chatham A's in the Cape Cod League, where Gardner was among the top ten in the league in hitting, home runs, and RBI in 1987.

One of the most prolific hitters in Rutgers' history, Gardner was a twotime All-America selection and, in 1997, was inducted into the Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame - one of 11 former baseball players who have earned the distinction.

“Beef stands out as one of the best in New Jersey. He instills in your mind an approach that you can rely on in any situation at the plate. He once told me that a slump is not you having a tough period of time hitting but you just hitting at bad pitches. He gets you in the right mindset to hit and and hit with high percentages.”

In his three seasons as an outfielder, he compiled a career .356 batting average with 23 home runs and 141 RBI. All three numbers rank among the Rutgers all-time top 10. After his junior year in 1987, the San Diego Padres drafted him in the 13th round, but he opted to stay at RU and was selected by the Atlanta Braves the following year.

- 2007 First Team All-American and MLB first round draft pick, Todd Frazier

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JOHN REARDON

MIKE JOHANSEN

EQUIPMENT MANAGER

STRENGTH COACH

“JR” is in his 26th year with Rutgers Athletics and 10th season with the baseball program. He is responsible for coordinating all the team’s equipment needs, budget, inventory, purchasing and maintenance. He also serves as Equipment Manager for the softball and wrestling programs. From 1988-2000, JR served as the equipment manager for the football program. A 1979 graduate of St. Joseph’s (Metuchen) High School and a 1983 graduate of Marietta College (Ohio), he worked for radio station WMOA (Marietta) and was the public address announcer for the Division III College Baseball World Series from 1981-1991. JR is currently the arena announcer for the Scarlet Knights’ men’s and women’s basketball teams and served as the public address announcer for the 2009 NCAA Women’s Basketball Championship First/Second Round games at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.

Mike Johansen is in his 17th season at Rutgers, and his fifth coordinating the strength and conditioning program at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. His primary responsibilities are with the women’s basketball, baseball and softball programs, while also overseeing all other Olympic Sports at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. A 1992 graduate of Montclair State University, Johansen earned a degree in physical education, with an emphasis on adult fitness. He is a certified strength and conditioning specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. Johansen, who played high school baseball at Queen of Peace in North Arlington, grew up in Lyndhurst, N.J. He currently resides in Freehold Township, N.J., with his wife Susan.

Reardon and his wife, Meg, reside in North Brunswick with their two sons, Eric and Danny.

JOHN TERNYILA SENIOR ASSOCIATE ATHLETIC DIRECTOR/FINANCE SPORT ADMINISTRATOR

ROB PIACENTINI ATHLETIC TRAINER

Rob Piacentini is in his first season as the head athletic trainer with the baseball program. He came to “the Banks” in the summer after two years at St. John’s University. Piacentini, who also oversees the women’s soccer program, is responsible for the prevention, care and rehabilitation of the Scarlet Knights. At St. John’s, Piacentini served as the primary athletic trainer for the men’s soccer and baseball programs for the New York school. As a graduate assistant at the University of Houston, he worked with the football program in 2006-07 and the men’s and women’s cross country and track programs during the 2005-06 season. In 2004, he worked for the NFL’s Washington Redskins as a season-long intern. As an undergraduate, Piacentini worked with the Buffalo Bills during the 2003 season. Piacentini earned a Bachelor’s Degree in 2004 from Canisius College, majoring in athletic training. He completed his Master’s Degree in Education at the University of Houston in 2007.

MARK PETERSON ACADEMIC SUPPORT

Mark Peterson is in his sixth season working with the Rutgers baseball team as an academic advisor. Peterson, a 1988 Rutgers graduate, assists players with every aspect of maintaining a high level of excellence in the classroom while also managing the rigors of athletic competition. Having played basketball for the Scarlet Knights from 1984-88, Peterson is able to relate first-hand to the challenges of achieving success both in the classroom and on the field.

John Ternyila has been with the Division of Intercollegiate Athletics for 24 years. He is in his fifth year as the Senior Associate Athletic Director for Finance & Administration. His responsibilities include assisting in overseeing the dayto-day financial aspects of the Football and Men’s basketball as well as 11 other sports and major support service depts. within the Division. Ternyila assists in overseeing a six-person staff which coordinates budgets, team & staff travel , purchasing and outside event aspects for many teams and the support services within the Division. He also assists in coordinating the travel and related services for the Scarlet Knight football program. Additionally, he has served on the University Title IX sub-committee, NCAA Certification sub-committee and the University Travel Review Committee, and currently serves as the sport administrator for the baseball and women’s soccer programs. Before coming to Rutgers in 1986, Ternyila worked in the financial area for Panasonic, located in Secaucus, N.J. A 1975 Trenton State College (now The College of New Jersey) graduate with a BS in Public Administration, Ternyila served as the Director of Recreation in his hometown of Milltown, N.J. for seven years, 1988-95, increasing the participation of youth and adult activities significantly. Ternyila lives in Milltown with his wife, Karol. They have two children, Brian (29) and Jeff (27), who both attended Rutgers College. Jeff was a member of the Rutgers football program.

GLORIA BUTTIGLIERI ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

Gloria Buttiglieri is in her eighth season as a member of the baseball staff. A veteran of the department since 1993 when she became the secretary for gymnastics and women’s volleyball, she continued in the same capacity with academic support, wrestling and fencing beginning in the spring of 1998.

In addition to his duties as an academic advisor, Peterson has served as the color analyst for women’s basektball games on the Rutgers Radio Network since the fall of 2004. Peterson has worked in the athletic academic support office since 1994 after completing a seven-year stint playing professional basketball in the NBA, CBA, USBL, and several international leagues. He also serves as an instructor at the Dyckman Basketball Instructional Program, a weekly free clinic in New York City for area basketball players. Prior to returning to his alma mater, Peterson spent time as a substitute teacher in the bi-lingual program (Spanish) in the New York Public School System.

In addition to her duties with baseball, she also works with the women’s tennis program. Her responsibilities include the day-to-day management of the office, team travel, budget oversight, record keeping and camp duties. Gloria and her husband have four children and reside in Edison, N.J. Her oldest daughter, Alyssa, is a 2003 graduate of Rutgers and a former member of the Scarlet Knights’ dance team. Alyssa and her husband recently welcomed a daughter Taylor Liane to their family. Her son, Robert, is a 2007 graduate of Rutgers who currently works as a financial analyst for PSE&G. Daughters Dana and Alaina both attend Kean.

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2010 OUTLOOK

20 victories shy of the 1,000-win mark with a career record of 980-638-9 and 832-532-7 at the helm of the Rutgers program. The same commitment to winning Hill has instilled for the last 26 years in his clubs is evident in this year’s squad. Hill’s system has built the Rutgers program into one of the best in the Northeast, and the 2010 Scarlet Knights expect the trend to continue this spring.

LANG

“We are very excited with the experienced lineup we have back this season,” said Hill. “Looking around the field we have veterans at almost every position. We expect to be consistently strong throughout the season. Our early-season schedule with several nationally-ranked opponents provides a challenge that we will look for this veteran group to handle and compete with the top teams in the region. We also will look to several members of our recruiting class to make an immediate impact and contribute to a deep and talented team.” With a roster made up of experienced veterans, combined with a group of talented newcomers, the Rutgers baseball team will look to return to the top of the BIG EAST Conference in 2010. After capturing the 2007 league regular-season and tournament titles, the program saw eight players drafted by Major League Baseball in a two-season span. The Scarlet Knights have re-tooled and welcome back 22 letter winners, including eight regulars from their starting lineup.

GAYNOR

Rutgers’ top three hitters and 10 of its best 11 bats return this spring, highlighted by outfielder Michael Lang (.343 avg. with 17 doubles and eight home runs) and first baseman Jaren Matthews (.328 avg. with eight doubles and six home runs). RU’s pitching rotation returns intact, including senior ace Casey Gaynor, who was named a Cape Cod League All-Star over the summer, along with seniors Matt Giannini and Dennis Hill, as well as sophomores Charlie Law and Willie Beard, all of whom have seen time as weekend starters. A strong recruiting class is expected to make its impact early in both in the lineup and on the mound.

JIMENEZ

OUTFIELD The Scarlet Knights return four veterans to the outfield in Lang, Jarred Jimenez, Pat Biserta and Ryan Kapp. The additions of converted infielder Brandon Boykin and former pitcher Steve Zavala comprise one of Rutgers’ deepest and most-talented units in recent memory.

Veteran head baseball coach Fred Hill, who enters his 27th season with the Scarlet Knights and 34th as a collegiate head coach returns to the post he has had great success at for nearly three decades. He is just

Lang, who led Rutgers in nearly every offensive category last spring and was named one of the Valley League’s top prospects in the summer, returns to his right field position where he played 46 games last season. The versatile junior, who also played six games in center field in 2009, could see time in all three outfield positions this spring. Kapp, a sophomore who played seven games in right field last season, will provide solid depth at the position while also serving as a designated hitter.

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Jimenez returns to his left field spot where he saw action in 45 games a season ago. Biserta could push Jimenez for increased time in the outfield while also serving as a designated hitter.

Along with Nyisztor, true freshmen Pat Sweeney and Bill Hoermann could also contribute in their first year in a Scarlet Knight uniform. Sweeney will provide solid depth at both shortstop and second base, while Hoermann could see time behind Matthews at first base and may also get time as a designated hitter.

Boykin, who played second base last season, will likely get the nod in center field. Zavala, who will be a full-time outfielder in 2010 after primarily appearing on the mound his rookie season, will also see time at the position after playing several games in left field last spring.

BISERTA

Charlie Law, who also saw action in several games at first base as a true freshman last season, could also get at-bats at the position or designated hitter this spring when not on the mound. CATCHER

Versatile junior Jaren Matthews could also see time in the outfield, while true freshman Evan Pimentel is expected to redshirt while learning from the talented, experienced group.

Senior Jayson Hernandez returns for his second season as the Scarlet Knights’ starting catcher after arriving from Winthrop University in 2008. Hernandez possesses a strong arm behind the dish, throwing out 19 would-be base stealers in 2009. Hernandez also provides a consistent bat in the middle of the lineup. Justin Olsen and Jeff Mellilo, both redshirt freshmen, will make their collegiate debuts this spring as they compete for the backup job. Olsen is also expected to see time as the team’s designated hitter when not behind the plate. True freshman Juan Lisojo will add to a deep group of catchers.

BETTERIDGE

INFIELD Three-year starters return at shortstop and first base in senior Dan Betteridge and the junior Matthews. Both Betteridge and Matthews have started every game at their respective positions for the Scarlet Knights each of the last two seasons. Betteridge is one of the surest defensive shortstops in the BIG EAST and is expected to be a table-setter near the top of the Rutgers lineup. Matthews, New Jersey’s top college professional prospect, will be relied upon as a run producer in the middle of the order. Junior D.J. Anderson and sophomore Russ Hopkins will compete for time at third base. Each played the position last season with Anderson earning 19 starts and Hopkins 16. Anderson hit .304 with three doubles, a triple and a home run in his second year, while Hopkins batted .258 with two doubles and two home runs in his first season of competition last spring. Hopkins could also see time at first base.

PITCHERS

True freshman Steve Nyisztor, another in a long line of Toms River, N.J. standouts to play at the State University of New Jersey, is expected to take over the reins at second base. The First Team All-State selection and Ocean County Player of the Year hit .511 as a senior at Toms River North High School last spring and is expected to provide an immediate impact with the Scarlet Knights. Sophomore Dan Perrine, who made 10 starts at second base in his first season of competition last spring, will provide depth at the position.

Rutgers will benefit from an experienced rotation in 2010. The Scarlet Knights have their entire weekend rotation from a year ago back with the addition of Giannini, who spent all of last spring recovering from shoulder surgery. Gaynor, the senior right-hander who is coming off an all-star performance in the prestigious Cape Cod League over the summer, will start at the front of the rotation for the third straight season.

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Beard, a sophomore right-hander who emerged as a weekend starter in his first season of competition last spring, adds to the experienced group after logging 64.1 innings in 2009.

HERNANDEZ

Hill, a senior lefty who split time in 2009 between the starting rotation and the bullpen, gives Coach Hill a left-handed option to start on the weekend. The hard-throwing lefty made eight starts last spring, in addition to five relief appearances. In his first three years, Giannini has started the most games in Rutgers history with 40 starts under his belt. After missing last season, the experienced righty is expected to be a major contributor to an already deep pitching corps this spring. Law, a sophomore righty, will also be in the mix after striking out 31 batters in 33.1 innings during a his rookie season “On The Banks.”

SCHEDULE A challenging early-season schedule is a hallmark of Hill’s program. With 22 road game among its first 24 contests, including a season-opening series at #16 Miami, the 2010 season is no different. Rutgers will return to the Sunshine State a week later for its inaugural appearance in the Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge with games against Iowa, Northwestern and Purdue in St. Petersburg, Fla.

HILL

The challenging slate continues the following week with Rutgers’ annual three-game set in Atlanta, Ga. against preseason No. 6 Georgia Tech in what always proves to be a competitive series. The home opener against New Jersey Institute of Technology precedes a third trip to Florida in a month. RU finds itself back in Miami to take on Florida International in a three-game series and Florida Atlantic in a two-game midweek series as part of the Scarlet Knights’ annual spring break trip. Beard, Hill, Gianinni and Law will compete for the final two spots in the weekend rotation behind Gaynor.

MATTHEWS

The back end of the bullpen for the Scarlet Knights likely will be manned by senior reliever Kevin Lillis and sophomore transfer Nathaniel Roe. Lillis made 25 appearances as a set-up man for closer Ryan Beard out of the bullpen last season. After graduating from Seton Hall Prep in 2008, Roe spent last season on the Morris County Community College pitching staff where he was 5-2 with 55 strikeouts in 67.0 innings. Senior righties Kyle Bradley and Sean Peterson and righty junior Billy Murphy will provide depth out of the pen. Junior Sean Campbell, who had a productive summer, will also contribute as a situational lefty reliever.

RU will close its spring break trip in the state of Virginia with its annual three-game series against Old Dominion. The Scarlet Knights and Monarchs, who usually play on the second weekend of the season in late February, pushed back their series towards the end of March.

Midweek home games against Rider and Wagner are sandwiched around RU’s first BIG EAST series of the season at Georgetown. The league schedule is highlighted by home series with Pittsburgh, South Florida, Villanova and St. John’s and road series at Notre Dame and #13 Louisville, which precede the BIG EAST Championships May 26-30 in Clearwater, FL, which will serve as Rutgers’ fourth trip to Florida during the season.

The Scarlet Knights’ five-member class of newcomers on the mound could all contribute immediately. In addition to Roe, a pair of righties – Tyler Gebler and Jerry Elsing – and a pair of southpaws – Dan O’Neil and Rom Smorol – will provide depth and fill a variety of roles.

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2010 ROSTER NO. 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 31 32 33 34 37 38 40 41 43 48

NAME Jeff Melillo Brandon Boykin Jaren Matthews Billy Murphy Michael Lang Pat Biserta Dan O’Neill Kevin Lillis Pat Sweeney Jayson Hernandez Steven Zavala Dennis Hill Rob Smorol Dan Perrine Charlie Law Russ Hopkins Nathaniel Roe Jarred Jimenez Jerry Elsing Matt Giannini D.J. Anderson Ryan Kapp Casey Gaynor Sean Peterson Justin Olsen Evan Pimentel Dan Betteridge Willie Beard Juan Lisojo Kyle Bradley Bill Hoermann Steve Nyisztor Tyler Gebler Sean Campbell

YR. POS. Fr. C Jr. OF Jr. 1B Jr. RHP Jr. OF Jr. OF Fr. LHP Sr. RHP Fr. INF Sr. C So. OF Sr. LHP Fr. LHP So. INF So. RHP/1B So. 3B/1B So. RHP Sr. OF Fr. RHP Sr. RHP Jr. 3B So. OF Sr. RHP Sr. RHP Fr. C Fr. OF Sr. SS So. RHP Fr. C Sr. RHP Fr. 1B Fr. 2B/SS Fr. RHP Jr. LHP

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

WT. 195 190 215 205 185 180 215 185 175 200 190 205 180 190 230 215 210 190 230 225 195 200 215 195 215 185 180 195 185 230 245 190 235 175

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

Head Coach: Fred Hill (#24) (27th season) Assistant Coach: Darren Fenster (#36) (5th season) Assistant Coach: Jay Blackwell (#51) (10th season) Assistant Coach: Rick Freeman (#4) (7th season) Director of Baseball Operations: Glen Gardner (#49) (20th season) Athletic Trainer: Rob Piacentini (1st season) Equipment Manager: John Reardon (26th season)

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HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL Annandale, N.J./North Hunterdon HS Teaneck, N.J./Don Bosco Prep Teaneck, N.J./Don Bosco Prep Cranford, N.J./Roselle Catholic Dumont, N.J./St. Peter’s Prep Pt. Pleasant, N.J./Pt. Pleasant Boro HS Garfield, N.J./St. Mary Fair Haven, N.J./Christian Brothers Academy Sparta, N.J./Pop John XXIII/Blair Academy Belmar, N.J./St. Rose/Winthrop University Randolph, N.J./Randolph HS Hillsdale, N.J./Pascack Valley HS Clark, N.J./Arthur L. Johnson HS Scotch Plains, N.J./Oratory Prep Mainland, N.J./Mainland Regional HS Piscataway, N.J./Piscataway HS Plainfield, N.J./Seton Hall Prep/Morris CC Monroe, N.J./Monroe HS Montville, N.J./Montville HS Millington, N.J./Watchung Hills HS Randolph, N.J./Delbarton Toms River, N.J./Toms River South HS Toms River, N.J./Toms River East HS Wall, N.J./Wall HS/Indian River CC (Fla.) Westfield, N.J./Westfield HS Jersey City, N.J./County Prep Sewell, N.J./Washington Twp. HS Spotswood, N.J./Spotswood HS Belleville, N.J./Belleville HS Howell, N.J./Red Bank Catholic Toms River, N.J./Toms River North HS Toms River, N.J./Toms River North HS Toms River, N.J./Toms River South HS Trenton, N.J./Notre Dame HS


D.J. ANDERSON

WILLIE BEARD

#25 • Junior • 3B 6-1 • 195 • R/R Randolph, N.J. Delbarton School

#34 • Sophomore • P 5-10 • 195 • R/R Spotswood, N.J. Spotswood HS 2009: Emerged as a weekend starter in his first season of competition … started eight games as a Friday starter and appeared in 17 overall … made collegiate debut in the season opener at No. 12 Miami (2/20) … pitched in all 13 weekend series and totaled the second-most innings (64.1) on the roster … struck out five in four scoreless innings of relief at Old Dominion (3/8) in his fifth career appearance to pick up his first career win as RU earned a 4-3 victory … earned his second career win with four innings of one-run relief against Penn State (3/14) … made his first career start against Cincinnati (3/27) and posted a career-high six strikeouts in 6.1 innings … pitched 7.1 innings with five strikeouts and just one earned run as RU downed Seton Hall (5/9), 3-1 … worked a career-long 8.0 innings with five strikeouts and just two earned runs against Georgetown (5/14) … combined for 10 strikeouts and just three earned runs in 15.1 innings in his last two starts.

2009: Started 19 games at third base and played in 31 overall … started the last 16 games he played in on the year … hit. 304 on the season with five multi-hit games … in two games at Pittsburgh he combined to go 6-for-9 with a double, triple and a home run (first of his career), totaling three RBI … recorded a four-hit game against the Panthers … was 3-for-4 with a double to drive in a run and score two more in a 10-2 victory over FDU (5/6) … collected three hits and two RBI with a double in a series-opening 7-2 victory over Georgetown (5/14). 2008: Reserve third baseman … saw action in 12 games with three starts in his first season … made his collegiate debut in the first game of the season at Old Dominion (2/24) as the starting designated hitter … also collected his first collegiate hit in that game … was 1-for-2 with two RBI against Iowa (3/16) after being inserted into the game late … also collected hits against Florida Atlantic (3/18) and Villanova (3/17).

2008: Redshirted the season. Before Rutgers: Broke Spotswood High School record for career victories (27), strikeouts (261), complete games (16) and shutouts (9) … earned First Team AllState honors by the Associated Press and the Star Ledger as a senior … also named the Player of the Year by the Home News Tribune and the league’s Cy Young Award recipient … was 12-1 with a 1.93 ERA and 110 strikeouts to just 36 walks in 79.2 innings on the mound … wins and strikeouts are both single-season school records … first Team All-Group II honoree … hurled a one-hitter in the NJSIAA Group II title game victory over Indian Hills … posted a 3-0 record in the Greater Middlesex County Tournament, including a no-hitter against East Brunswick in the tournament’s opening round game … finished senior season with a perfect game, two no-hitters and three one hitters … spotswood finished ranked seventh in the state … earned Second Team All-Area honors from the Home News Tribune as a junior after recording a 1.94 ERA with 92 strikeouts in 61.3 innings … allowed just 17 earned runs all season with an 8-1 overall record and Spotswood finished 19-51 atop Greater Middlesex Conference Blue Division in 2006 … born 12/17/88.

Before Rutgers: Second Team All-State selection by the Associated Press and Third Team All-State pick by the Star Ledger … also Named a First Team All-NonPublic and All-Morris County honoree by the Star Ledger … earned First Team AllArea accolades for the third straight season by the Morristown Daily Record … Three-year varsity starter … led the Green Wave to the NHC-Suburban title with a .424 batting average as a senior… recorded 39 hits, seven doubles, seven home runs, 35 RBI and 13 walks as a senior … also posted a 5-2 record with a 3.30 ERA, 33 strikeouts and just eight walks in 29.2 innings as a pitcher for Delbarton … guided the Green Wave to a 19-11 record as a junior with a .370 average, nine doubles and three home runs, 30 RBI and 18 runs … born 8/14/88. YEAR AVG 2008 .190 2009 .304 Career .280

GP-GS 12-3 31-19 43-22

AB 21 79 100

R 1 8 9

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 4 0 0 0 2 0 6 0-0 24 3 1 1 11 6 17 0-0 28 3 1 1 13 6 23 0-0

YEAR 2009

FROM WILLIAMSPORT TO PISCATAWAY Senior Casey Gaynor followed a long line of members of the Toms River East American Little League team that played on the Little League’s grandest stage, capturing the 1998 Little League World Series with a 12-9 victory over Kashima Japan in Williamsport, Pa. Gaynor was one of two 11-year-olds on the 1998 team and returned to Williamsport in 1999. Former Scarlet Knights, however, helped pave the way for RU's current Little League All-Star. Colin Gaynor, Casey's older brother, finished his career with the Scarlet Knights in 2005. He was a member of the 1995 Toms River Little League team that also advanced to Williamsport, posting a 1-2 record, with its lone victory coming vs. Arden Hills, Minnesota, which represented the Central region. The Gaynor family had three total trips to the mecca of Little League baseball. Gaynor's father, Mike, coached all three teams. Rutgers 2007 consensus First Team All-American Todd Frazier, now playing in the Cincinnati Reds organization, hit .600 with four home runs to lead his team and was on the mound when the final out was recorded. Colin played alongside Todd's older brother, Jeff, in Williamsport and later with the Scarlet Knights. Jeff Frazier was a member of the Scarlet Knights from 2002-2004 and is now playing in the Detroit Tigers organization.

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ERA W-L 6.30 4-4

APP GS 17 8

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 0 0/0 0 64.1 78 48 45 28 41


DAN BETTERIDGE

PAT BISERTA

#33 • Senior • SS 6-1 • 180 • R/R Sewell, N.J. Washington Twp. HS

#7 • Junior • OF 6-0 • 180 • L/R Pt. Pleasant, N.J. Pt. Pleasant Boro HS

2009: Second-year starting shortstop who started all 53 games (one of two Scarlet Knights to start every game) … has stared all of Rutgers’ 106 games the past two seasons … batted .302 as RU’s No. 3 hitter in the lineup … excellent defensively with just eight errors in 250 chances … turned 26 double plays on the year … recorded multiple hits in 20 games and drove in multiple runs in 10 contests … was 3-for-4 with a home run in the second game of a doubleheader with St. John’s (4/4) … also had home runs against Louisville (4/18) and Lafayette (4/22) … batted .403 with runners in scoring position … had a career-best four hits (4-for-5) with four RBI against Penn State (3/14) during the spring break trip in Florida … owned a .352 on-base percentage … patient hitter who recorded just three strikeouts in 59 at-bats over the first 15 games of the season … owned an eight-game hitting streak during the spring break trip with 11 RBI in the eight contests against Penn State, FAU and USF … drove in five runs on five hits in a three-game series at St. John’s … drove in three runs on a pair of singles to lead RU to victory at West Virginia (5/2).

2009: Started 47 of the 51 games he played in … served as the designated hitter in 40 contests … also saw time in left field … primarily hit No. 2 in the lineup … was third on the team with a .326 batting average … led the Scarlet Knights with 18 doubles and was second on the team with a .522 slugging percentage … also finished third on the team with 36 runs batted in … belted five home runs … .388 onbase percentage was fourth on the team … hit .385 with runners in scoring position … 12 multiple hit games … had a season-best four hits on three occasions – the most on the roster … was a perfect 4-for-4 with a double, two RBI and four runs scored against Iona (4/14) … reached base five times in six plate appearances at Pittsburgh (4/25) with four hits and a walk to drive in three runs and score a fourth … was 4-for-5 with a double, two RBI and a run scored against FDU (5/6) … reached base five times with a 3-for-3 effort at the plate that included two doubles and also recorded two walks against Seton Hall (5/10) … drove in a career-best six RBI with a 3-for4 performance that included a double and two home runs against Florida Atlantic (3/17) … also scored three runs at FAU … hit a two-run home run in the first inning at Old Dominion (3/8) to help lead Rutgers to victory … was 6-for-10 with five RBI, two doubles and a home run in the three-game series with the Monarchs … collected first two RBI of the season with a two-run single against No. 12 Miami (2/21).

2008: Served as the starting shortstop in every contest … one of two Scarlet Knights to start all 53 games … hit primarily second in the lineup … posted a .278 average with 57 hits … led the team with 41 runs scored … recorded 14 multi-hit games with six three-hit performances … owned a six-game hitting streak during the season and ended the year with at least one hit in each of his last five games … hit his first career home run in a 3-for-4 performance with two RBI and a walk against NJIT (3/12) … belted his second home run of the season in a 2-for-4 effort with two RBI at Louisville (5/16) … went 3-for-4 with two RBI and a walk at Notre Dame (4/4) … sparked a three-run ninth inning with a single that led to an 8-6 victory over Iowa (3/15) … singled and scored the eventual game-deciding run in the eighth inning against Georgetown (4/12) … was solid defensively all season, helping turn more than 35 double plays.

2008: Reserve outfielder … played in 31 games with 14 starts (all as a designated hitter which tied for the most on the team) … played in 16 BIG EAST contests with eight starts … saw action in the second-most games and had the second-most atbats of any freshman … made a team-high 14 appearances as a pinch hitter … collected a season-best three hits in a 3-for-4 performance with a double, two RBI and two runs scored against Iona (4/16) … hit his first collegiate home run at Georgetown (4/11) and added another at Cincinnati (5/3). Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter … second Team All-State honoree by the Associated Press and the Star Ledger as a senior … also a First Team All-Group II pick by the Star Ledger … four-year All-County and All-Division pick by the Ocean County Observer … led Point Pleasant Boro with five home runs, 19 RBI, 33 hits, including six doubles and a .452 average as a senior … also recorded seven stolen bases and owned a .574 on-base percentage and a .740 slugging percentage … Panthers finished 13-12 in 2007 … finished his scholastic career with 17 home runs … Ocean County Observer Player of the Year as a junior … became the school’s all-time school record holder in hits, doubles, home runs, runs batted in and runs scored in three seasons … also earned All-State , All-County and All-Shore honors as a junior where he hit .520 with 53 hits, 10 doubles, two triples, 10 home runs, 41 RBI and 40 runs scored … led Point Pleasant Boro to a 27-3 record and a Shore Conference title in 2006 … born 6/30/89.

2007: Played in 15 games as a true freshman, including six BIG EAST contests … served as the backup shortstop … made lone start at UCF (3/18), marking his collegiate debut … registered his first hit against Connecticut (4/7), coming in as a pinch hitter to single in a run in the seventh as the Scarlet Knights defeated the Huskies, 12-10 … had a triple as a pinch hitter in RU's next game against Columbia (4/10), finishing 2-for-2 with two runs and an RBI … made six appearances as a pinch hitter ... recorded hits in each of two plate appearances against left-handed pitchers. Before Rutgers: Named Second Team All-State by the Associated Press … a threeyear All-County and All-Conference selection and a two-year All-Group IV pick … ranked 81st in the Northeast by Perfect Game … finalist for Gloucester County Player of the Year … hit .471 with six home runs, 14 doubles, four triples as a senior … also scored 45 runs and recorded 22 stolen bases … guided Washington Township to a 16-10 record as a senior … team posted a 20-6 record, reaching the South Jersey Group IV title game as a junior … also a three-year All-Conference selection … first Team All-Conference and All-Area laurels as a junior … earned Second Team All-Group IV and All-South Jersey honors with a .412 batting average and three home runs … filled in as Washington Township's closer … also excelled on the hardwood, serving as the starting point guard all four years on the varsity basketball team … a three-time MVP … averaged 17 points per game for his career and became the first player in school history to score at least 1,000 points with at least 400 assists … a three-time All-County All-Conference pick and two-time All-Group IV pick ... born 12/28/87. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

AVG GP-GS AB .250 15-1 12 .278 53-53 205 .302 53-53 215 .289 121-107 432

YEAR AVG 2008 .254 2009 .326 Career .307

GP-GS 31-14 51-47 82-61

AB 63 178 241

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 4 16 2 0 2 7 3 25 58 18 1 5 36 18 29 74 20 1 7 43 21

DID YOU KNOW... Senior shortstop Dan Betteridge is one of two Scarlet Knights (first baseman Jaren Matthes is the other) to start every game each of the last two seasons. Betteridge has started 106 straight games from the start of the 2008 season.

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 7 3 0 1 0 2 1 3 1-1 41 57 8 1 2 25 27 45 4-8 34 65 15 1 3 36 11 25 2-6 82 125 23 3 5 63 39 73 7-15

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S0 SB-ATT 17 0-1 42 1-2 59 1-3


midway through March … made first BIG EAST start against St. John’s (3/20) … started five league games and worked eight overall … worked 51.2 total innings – the second most on the team … logged six innings each in final two starts of the season against Villanova (5/11) and Louisville (5/16) … struck out a season-high five batters to pick up the win at Delaware (4/29).

BRANDON BOYKIN #2 • Junior • OF 6-2 • 190 • R/R Teaneck, N.J. Don Bosco Prep

2007: Appeared in two contests against Columbia (4/10) and Iona (4/18), both in a relief role … logged 1.1 innings on the season. 2006: Did not see any game action. Before Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner ... was 7-1 with a 2.10 ERA as a senior ... earned All-Monmouth County honors his senior season ... owned a career mark of 13-4 at Red Bank Catholic... posted a 6-1 record with a 0.28 ERA, striking out 53 with just four walks in 35.1 innings of work as a junior ... member of the Red Bank American Legion team ... also played for the ABCCL’s Lakewood Cougars over the summer where he was 2-2 with 22 strikeouts and an ERA of 2.20 ... selected to play in the Monmouth vs. Ocean County American Legion All-Star game ... born 5/4/87.

2009: Second baseman who played in 48 games with 37 starts … 30 runs scored ranked fourth on the team … hit six doubles and three home runs … was 10-for-13 on stolen base attempts … made collegiate debut at No. 12 Miami (2/20), earning the start at second base … collected his first career hit and came around to score the game-winning run on a single in the final inning against the Hurricanes (2/21) … had a career-best three hits at West Virginia (5/2) and Seton Hall (5/2) … belted first career home run as a pinch hitter with in the ninth-inning against Connecticut (4/10) … homered in back-to-back games at Lafayette (4/22) and Pittsburgh (4/25).

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

2008: Served as a reserve second baseman as a true freshman … played in 23 games, including 11 BIG EAST contests … started three games (St. John’s on 3/21 and 3/22 and Rider on 3/25) … made his collegiate debut in the fifth game of the season at nationally-ranked Georgia Tech (3/2) … entered the game as a pinch hitter … saw his first action in the field against Iowa (3/15) in the second game of a doubleheader … saw action in several games as a pinch runner and recorded a pair of stolen bases.

GP-GS 24-3 48-37 72-40

AB 23 124 147

W-L 0-0 1-4 3-3 4-7

APP GS 2 0 14 6 9 8 25 14

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 0 0/0 0 1.1 3 2 0 0/0 0 51.2 52 34 0 0/0 0 33.0 43 29 0 0/0 0 86.0 98 65

ER 2 28 21 51

BB 1 22 22 45

SO 0 16 20 36

SEAN CAMPBELL #48 • Junior • P 6-2 • 175 • L/L Trenton, N.J. Notre Dame HS

Before Rutgers: Earned First Team All-Bergen County honors by The Record and Second Team All-County accolades by the Herald News as a senior for Don Bosco Prep … second Team All-North Jersey selection by The Record … ranked as the 78th best prospect in the Northeast region by Perfect Game … hit .453 with 32 runs and 28 stolen bases last spring … ironmen finished 27-2 and ranked second in the state … earned Third Team All-Bergen County honors by the Star Ledger, hitting .440 with four home runs, six doubles and 20 stolen bases as a junior … recipient of the Doug Davis Baseball Award, given annually to a member of the baseball team who shows the most heart and dedication to the game … also a standout football player and threeyear varsity letterman for powerhouse Don Bosco Prep as a wide receiver where he recorded 25 receptions for 410 yards and three touchdowns … born 2/2/89. YEAR AVG 2008 .000 2009 .242 Career .204

ERA 13.50 4.88 5.73 5.34

2009: Made 10 appearances all in relief … worked two BIG EAST contests at USF (3/21) and Pittsburgh (4/25) … struck out two in a season-long 2.1 innings with one earned run allowed against the Panthers … did not allow an earned run in seven of his appearances.

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 7 2-3 30 30 6 2 3 15 14 31 10-13 33 30 6 2 3 15 15 38 12-16

2008: Saw action in one game, making collegiate debut against Fordham (4/15) … pitched three scoreless innings of relief with three strikeouts in a game that ended in a tie due to darkness … also made his debut at the plate in the late innings against the Rams. Before Rutgers: Two-year varsity letterwinner ... graduated from Notre Dame High School in 2006 ... Notre Dame won back-to-back Mercer County Tournament championships in 2005 and 2006 ... played outfield, primarily center field ... competed in summer ball with Mitchell Davis Post 182 ... hit .430 while also posting 41 strikeouts in 38 innings as a pitcher ... selected to Mercer County American Legion AllStar Team in 2006 and 2007 ... also lettered in basketball two years as a point guard and shooting guard ... All-Colonial Valley Conference Honorable Mention selection as a senior on the hardwood ... born 4/20/88.

KYLE BRADLEY #38 • Senior • P 6-4 • 230 • R/R Howell, N.J. Red Bank Catholic

YEAR 2008 2009 Career

2009: Started eight games and made one relief appearance … owned a 3-3 record on the year … worked 5.0 innings at Princeton (3/24) with five strikeouts and just three hits allowed to pick up the win … pitched a season-best 6.0 innings at Wagner (3/31) with four strikeouts and just one earned run allowed on two hits in the win … struck out five in 5.2 innings and allowed just two earned runs at Fordham (4/14) to notch the win … lone appearance in BIG EAST play was against Pittsburgh (4/25). 2008: Appeared in nine games with six starts … inserted into the weekend rotation

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ERA 0.00 4.66 3.55

W-L 0-0 0-0 0-0

APP GS 1 0 10 0 11 0

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H 0 0/0 0 3.0 2 0 0/0 0 9.2 9 0 0/0 0 12.2 11

R ER BB SO 0 0 1 3 8 5 6 5 8 5 7 8


CASEY GAYNOR

MATT GIANNINI

#27 • Senior • P 6-2 • 215 • R/R Toms River, N.J. Toms River East HS

#23 • Senior • P 6-4 • 225 • R/R Millington, N.J. Watchung Hills HS

2009: One RU’s top starting pitchers ... selected as a Cape Cod Baseball League All-Star over the summer and finished the summer season with a 1.74 earned run average and 32 strikeouts in 41.1 innings that spanned eight appearances, including seven starts … led the Scarlet Knights in starts (13), strikeouts (59) and innings pitched (76.0) … started nine BIG EAST contests … posted five or more strikeouts in eight appearances … issued three or less walks in every contest … recorded a 2.4 strikeout-to-walk ratio … pitched a complete game with eight strikeouts and just one earned run to earn the victory against Connecticut (4/10) … struck out five and allowed just two earned runs in six innings of work to earn the victory at West Virginia (5/2) … pitched eight scoreless innings with seven strikeouts in a no-decision against Cincinnati (3/28) … worked 7.2 innings and surrendered just two earned runs in a one-run loss against Seton Hall (5/9) … struck out five without issuing a walk in 5.1 innings at No. 8 Georgia Tech (2/28).

2009: Redshirted the season while recovering from offseason shoulder surgery. 2008: Started 13 games – the most of any Scarlet Knight in 2008 … owns the school record with 40 career starts … posted 46 strikeouts in 79.1 innings … pitched at least six innings in eight of his final nine appearances of the season … registered a complete-game victory over Seton Hall (4/25) with five strikeouts … had a season-high six strikeouts in 7.2 innings to earn the victory over West Virginia (3/29) … struck out five each against nationally-ranked Georgia Tech (3/2), Georgetown (4/11), Cincinnati (5/3) and the Pirates. 2007: Was Rutgers' No. 3 starter … Started 16 contests, which tied for fourthmost in the BIG EAST ... led the team with 72 strikeouts … posted at least six strikeouts in seven outings … finished with a 5-5 record for the season ... pitched a complete game shutout in RU’s BIG EAST Tournament matchup with Villanova (5/24), striking out six ... followed that up with an eight-strikeout (tied his season high) performance in six innings against eventual National Champion Oregon State in the NCAA Tournament … had 20 strikeouts combined in his final three games … earned first win of the season in 6.2 innings of work with six strikeouts in his second start of the season at ODU (2/23) … struck out seven in 6.2 innings at FIU (3/9) for his second win … posted eight strikeouts in 5.1 innings to earn the win over Georgetown (3/24) … hurled a strong six innings with six strikeouts and just three hits to record his third win at USF (4/20) … recorded six strikeouts in seven innings of work in Rutgers' regular-season finale at Villanova (5/19).

2008: One of RU’s top pitchers … started nine games … recorded one walk or less in seven of his nine starts and allowed more than two walks just once … finished the year with 44 strikeouts and just 11 walks in 46.2 innings … opened the season with a dominant performance against nationally-ranked Old Dominion (2/24) with eight strikeouts and just one run on three hits in eight innings of work to earn the victory … followed that up with a pair of nine-strikeout performances in hard-luck, one-run losses against Georgia Tech (3/1) and Texas A&M (3/8) … posted six strikeouts in six innings against Iowa (3/15) … started against Seton Hall (4/27) and allowed no earned runs and just two hits with three strikeouts to pick up the victory. 2007: Earned Division I First Team All-State honors by the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association as a freshman … after making one appearance as a reliever in the first series of the season at William & Mary (2/17), cracked the weekend rotation and started the rest of the season … moved to No. 2 starter for the final two weeks of the regular season … recorded 15 starts, including two post season starts against Louisville in the BIG EAST Tournament (5/23) and Lafayette (6/2) in the NCAA Tournament … owned a 4-3 record … his 97.0 innings were the second-most on the team … finished second on the team with 64 strikeouts … was 3-1 in BIG EAST games … pitched a pair of complete games in league play at St. John's (4/1) and against Seton Hall (4/14) … recorded a career-high nine strikeouts in 6.1 innings in Rutgers' victory over Cincinnati (5/5) … struck out seven in 7.2 innings in the win at Pittsburgh (5/12) … pitched at least seven innings in six of 15 starts.

2006: Earned the third-spot in the starting rotation out of the preseason … made 14 appearances, including 11 starts … posted a 6-4 record, the second most wins on the team … made his collegiate debut in RU's fifth game of the season against Old Dominion (2/26) … rebounded from an early 0-4 start to win five-straight victories … suffered his first loss in five starts at Connecticut (5/20) … owned a teamhigh 55 strikeouts … struck out at least six batters six times … registered a seasonhigh eight strikeouts in five innings of work to earn the win against Fairleigh Dickinson (5/3)… tossed a complete-game for the victory over Monmouth (5/11), allowing just two earned runs on seven hits with six strikeouts … did not allow a hit while recording a pair of strikeouts in one inning of relief at Delaware (4/16) … worked eight innings with six strikeouts, giving up just one extra-base hit to earn his sixth victory of the season as Rutgers eliminated Connecticut, 9-5, in the quarterfinal round of the BIG EAST Tournament (5/25).

Before Rutgers: Named the New Jersey High School Pitcher of the Year by the Star Ledger … also earned First Team All-State honors by the Star Ledger and Associated Press and named the Shore Player of the Year by the Asbury Park Press … completed his high school career with a 34-4 record as Toms River East High School's top hurler … broke 1970 Manasquan High School graduate Chip Hurst's 36-year-old Shore Conference record of 33 career victories … finished with a 12-1 record with 135 strikeouts and just 21 walks, finishing with a 1.25 ERA in 84 innings as a senior … set school career records in ERA (0.91), complete games (22), shutouts (12) and strikeouts (345) during his decorated career at Toms River East … pitched the Raiders to four-consecutive league titles, while also leading the team to a pair of sectional championships … owned a 5-0 record as a freshman, going 8-2 as a sophomore and 9-1 as a junior … was a three-time All-State selection, earning second team honors as a sophomore and junior and first team laurels as a senior … as an 11-year-old, played with former Rutgers teammate Todd Frazier on the Toms River East America All-Star team which captured the World Championship by winning the Little League World Series title in 1998 … younger brother of former Scarlet Knight Colin Gaynor, who played first base and catcher for RU from 2003-05 ... born 4/10/87. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

ERA W-L 4.82 4-3 4.24 2-5 5.57 2-9 4.96 8-17

APP 16 9 13 38

GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER 15 2 0/0 0 97.0 119 59 52 9 0 0/0 0 46.2 52 25 22 13 1 0/1 0 76.0 105 59 47 37 3 0/0 0 219.2 276 143121

BB 26 11 25 62

Before Rutgers: A four-year member of the varsity team ... posted a 9-1 record with a 0.90 ERA and 100 strikeouts as a senior... registered just 30 walks in 78 innings... named Second Team All-State his senior season ... a First Team All-Group IV, All-County and All-Conference pick ... went 9-1 as a junior in 2004 for the Group IV, Section II Champions ... earned All-Conference, All-Area and Third Team All-Group IV honors as a junior ... started his varsity career with three wins as a freshman ... Watchung Hills finished 23-7 won its second straight state-sectional championship and reached the overall NJSIAA Group 4 final for the first time ever in 2005 ... named team’s Co-Pitcher and Player of the Year ... pitched eight innings, striking out five without allowing a run in Watchung Hills’ tough, 1-0 loss in 10 innings to Hillsborough in the championship game of the Somerset County Tournament ... also an accomplished basketball player at Watchung Hills, earning All-County and AllArea honors ... born 12/5/86. YEAR 2006 2007 2008 Career

SO 64 44 59 167

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ERA W-L 6.78 6-5 6.22 5-5 5.79 3-5 6.2514-15

APP 14 16 13 43

GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 11 1 0/0 0 69.0 90 57 52 23 55 16 1 1/0 0 85.1 101 70 59 49 72 13 2 0/0 0 79.1 96 63 51 36 46 40 4 1/0 0 233.2 287 190162108173


JAYSON HERNANDEZ

DENNIS HILL

#12 • Senior • C 5-10 • 200 • R/R Belmar, N.J. St. Rose HS/Winthrop

#14 • Senior • P 6-1 • 205 • R/L Hillsdale, N.J. Pascack Valley HS

2009: Starting catcher … started 44 of the 48 games he appeared in … hit .272 with eight doubles and drove in 23 runs … excellent defensively with a strong arm … threw out 19 would-be base stealers … had a pair of three-hit games against NJIT (3/11) and St. John’s (4/4) … was 3-for-4 against the Red Storm with two doubles, two RBI and a run scored … hit a two-run single in the 10th inning to give RU the victory at Temple (3/10) … drove in three runs at No. 8 Georgia Tech (2/28) on a double and a sacrifice fly … drove in two runs in a victory over Connecticut (4/10) … applied a tag in a close play at the plate in the ninth inning of a scoreless tie against Cincinnati (3/28) to set up a walk-off home run from Jaren Matthews in the bottom of the ninth.

2009: Made 13 appearances with eight starts … opened the year in the weekend rotation … made five appearances in BIG EAST games … logged 41.1 innings – fourth-most on the roster … tossed 5.0 innings of one-run ball with just two hits at No. 12 Miami (2/21) … worked 6.0 innings with four strikeouts and just one earned run allowed to pick up the win at Old Dominion (3/7) … posted six strikeouts with just two runs allowed on three hits in a season-high 7.1 innings against Louisville (4/19) … struck out five in 4.1 innings of relief against Georgetown (5/15).

2008: Served as the backup catcher ... played in 26 games with 20 starts in his first season with the Scarlet Knights … played in 10 BIG EAST contests … also served as the designated hitter in three games … hit .300 on the season with two doubles … was 3-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored against Lafayette (4/23) … collected 21 hits overall with five multi-hit games on the season … was 2-for-3 on stolen base attempts … solid defensively with six pickoffs on steal attempts.

2007: Made 10 appearances, including three starts before shutting down his arm for the season in April with an injury … made collegiate debut, starting RU’s second game of the season at William & Mary (2/17) … pitched 4.2 innings of scoreless, one-hit relief with seven strikeouts to lead Rutgers to an 8-4 victory over Old Dominion (2/24) in his second appearance of the season … picked up the save at FIU (3/9) with 2.1 innings of one-hit, scoreless relief ... second start came at No. 23 Miami (3/14) with five innings of work against the Hurricanes … also started against Delaware (4/11) … forced to shut down after 1.1 perfect frames of relief against Notre Dame (4/28) … had 18 strikeouts in 20 innings on the season.

2008: Forced to miss the 2008 season after being struck in the head with a line drive during preseason practice in February.

At Winthrop: Transferred to Rutgers after one season at Winthrop … played in 22 games as a freshman with the Eagles in 2007, earning 15 starts behind the dish … finished the season with five hits, including a double as Winthrop compiled a 33-27 record advancing to the semifinals of the Big South Conference tournament.

2006: Did not see any game action.

Scholastic: A three-year varsity letterwinner at St. Rose High School in Belmar .. earned First Team All-Shore honors by the Asbury Park Press after hitting .480 as a senior in 2006 … two-time All-Shore selection, also garnering Third Team accolades as a junior … ranked the 177th best high school prospect by Baseball America following the 2006 season … named the Most Valuable Player of Parochial B Conference after leading St Rose to a New Jersey state title in 2005 … born 9/2/88. YEAR 2007* 2008 2009 Career

AVG .147 .300 .272 .263

GP-GS AB 22-15 34 26-20 70 48-44 158 96-79 262

* from first season at Winthrop

Before Rutgers: Three-time All-League and All-Bergen County selection ... owned a 1.31 ERA with 81 strikeouts as a senior ... Struck out 214 hitters over 174 innings as a junior, covering his high school, summer and fall seasons, and registered 28 pickoffs ... posted a 15-game winning streak while compiling a 20-4 aggregate record with a 2.00 ERA, including an 11-0 mark in American Legion play ... allowed just two hits and two walks in 10 innings, striking out 12 in state playoff game vs. Lenape Valley his junior season ... threw a no-hitter the summer following his junior season vs. Westwood with 12 strikeouts, picking off all three batters he walked during the game ... led his Legion team to a fourth-place finish in the state ... born 3/14/87.

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 4 5 1 0 0 2 8 7 1-1 8 21 2 0 0 4 5 8 2-3 24 43 8 0 0 23 13 29 1-2 36 69 11 0 0 29 26 44 4-6

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

RETURNING HOME

New Jersey’s team welcomed back one of its own in 2008 when Belmar product Jayson Hernandez decided to transfer back to the State University of New Jersey from Winthrop. He is one of several standout Scarlet Knights that chose to leave the state only to return to their roots and play closer to home. In 2001, Billy McCarthy transferred back home from Radford and enjoyed an All-American season with the Scarlet Knights. More professional scouts made it out to his games, leading to a high-round draft pick following his only season in Piscataway.

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ERA W-L 8.10 1-3 6.75 1-3 7.19 2-6

APP GS 10 3 13 23

8 11

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 0 0/0 1 20.0 20 21 Did Not Play 0 0/0 0 41.1 49 41 0 0/0 1 61.1 69 62

ER BB SO 18 19 18 31 24 29 49 43 47


a double, two RBI and a run scored against Fordham (4/15) … collected three hits on five different occasions … led team to victory over Wagner with a grand slam in a 7-3 win over the Seahawks … defensively, had three outfield assists and made just three errors from his left field position … was 7-for-8 on stolen bases on the season … had an eight-game hitting streak from March 21 through April 2.

RUSS HOPKINS #18 • Sophomore • INF 6-6 • 215 • R/R Piscataway, N.J. Piscataway HS

2007: Played in 13 games with three starts as a true freshman reserve outfielder … made his collegiate debut at Rider (3/27) as a pinch hitter … collected his first collegiate hit the next day at Princeton (3/28) with a two-run single … started as the designated hitter in two games the next weekend at St. John's (3/31-4/1) … hit his first double of the season against the Red Storm … also started against Wagner (4/3) … appeared in six games as a pinch hitter. Before Rutgers: Two-time First Team All-County selection by the Star Ledger … also a two-time First Team All-Area pick by the Home News Tribune … batted .461 with four home runs, 13 doubles, 40 runs scored, 34 stolen bases and 18 RBI as a senior … also posted a .816 slugging percentage and a .622 on-base percentage … led Monroe to a 16-11 record and the Greater Middlesex Conference White Division title as a senior … named the Greater Middlesex Conference White Division title Player of the Year his junior and senior seasons … honored as the 2006 Middlesex County Athlete of the Year …. batted .516 with 12 home runs and 40 RBI as a junior … registered 23 stolen bases, while being caught just once … also a standout running back on the Falcons' football team … totaled more than 1,700 yards and 23 touchdowns to guide Monroe to a 7-3 record as a senior … earned All-Area, AllCounty, All-Division and All-Conference honors .. born 2/22/88.

2009: Third baseman … split time at the position … appeared in 32 games with 17 starts … was a perfect 3-for-3 on stolen base attempts … entered six games as a pinch hitter … made collegiate debut in season opener at No. 12 Miami (2/20) as the starting designated hitter … collected first collegiate hit at Old Dominion (3/7) with a pinch-hit RBI single … hit first career home run in home opener against NJIT (3/11) with a three-run blast … had a season-best three hits, including a double against Cincinnati (3/27) … was 2-for-4 with a home run at Pittsburgh (4/25). 2008: Redshirted the season. Before Rutgers: Three-Time All-Area and pick by the by the Home News Tribune and All-Area selection by the coaches … four-year varsity member … first Team AllArea pick by the Courier News … second Team All-Middlesex County pick by the Star Ledger … led the Chiefs with a .408 batting average, seven home runs, 31 hits, 25 runs scored, 35 RBI and nine stolen bases in 2007 … also pitched for Piscataway … owned a 3-1 record with one save on the mound … Piscataway finished 13-9 … hit .449 with 28 RBI and 24 runs as a junior … hit .461 with six doubles, five triples, 35 RBI, 25 runs and was a perfect 13-for-13 on stolen base attempts as a junior … also a member of the Piscataway football team, playing defensive end, while also serving as the Chiefs' placekicker … born 1/27/89. YEAR 2009

AVG .258

GP-GS 32-17

AB 66

YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

AVG GP-GS AB .300 13-3 20 .274 52-50 179 .311 50-49 161 .292 115-102 360

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 11 17 2 0 2 9 5 12 3-3

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 3 6 1 0 0 3 1 4 0-0 35 49 6 6 3 28 26 34 7-8 29 50 10 3 5 39 24 26 4-6 67 105 17 9 8 70 51 64 11-14

RYAN KAPP #26 • Sophomore • OF 6-3 • 200 • R/R Toms River, N.J. Toms River South HS

JARRED JIMENEZ #21 • Senior • OF 5-9 • 190 • R/R Monroe, N.J. Monroe HS

2009: True freshman outfielder who played in 26 games with 12 starts … primarily played right field … made five starts as a designated hitter … inserted into nine games as a pinch hitter … had six doubles, a triple and a home run … had a seasonhigh two hits on two occasions at Rider (3/25) and at Lafayette (4/22) … made collegiate debut and collected his first collegiate hit and RBI with a triple at No. 12 Miami (2/22) … drove in a run in each of the first four games he appeared in … hit his first career home run against Delaware (4/28).

2009: Starting left fielder … started 49 of the 50 games he appeared in … batted .311 with 10 doubles, a team-best three triples and five home runs … owned a .503 slugging percentage and a .410 on-base percentage … recorded 24 walks – thirdmost on the team … three triples on the season … had six outfield assists from his left field position … belted first home run of the season at No. 12 Miami (2/21) … had a season-high four hits in a 4-for-5 effort with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored at Old Dominion (3/7) … had a pair of 3-for-4 performances with two doubles and a triple in games against Princeton (3/24) and Rider (3/25) on backto-back days … 3-for-4 with three RBI against Iona (4/15) … finished the three-game Pittsburgh series (4/25-26) 5-for-14 with seven RBI and five runs scored and a home run in each game … drove in four runs on a pair of hits in a victory at West Virginia (5/2) … finished the season with doubles in each of his last two games against Georgetown (5/15-16).

Before Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner ... led Toms River South to a 25-6 record, the A-South and Ocean County Tournament championship, and a final No. 8 state ranking as a senior in 2008 … finished his senior season with 33 hits, a .340 average and seven home runs (tied for second-most in the area) ... three-time AllShore selection by the Asbury Park Press … three-time All-Ocean County pick ... hit three home runs and drove in seven runs in a 12-1 victory over Barnegat in a county tournament playoff game as a senior… solid defensively, taking a home run away to preserve a 1-0 victory over rival Toms River East his senior season … hit .413 as a sophomore with five home runs and 17 RBI ... born 2/6/90. YEAR 2009

2008: Starting left fielder … played in all but one of the team’s 53 games with 50 starts … started all 26 league contests … also tied for the team lead with 14 games as the starting designated hitter … served as the Scarlet Knights’ leadoff hitter seven times … had 10 multi-hit games and five multi-RBI contests … hit three home runs on the season against Texas A&M (3/9), Wagner (4/22) and Louisville (5/17) … led the team with six triples ... posted a career-best four hits (4-for-6) with

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AVG .218

GP-GS 26-12

AB 55

R 9

H 2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 12 6 1 1 10 11 16 0-0


MICHAEL LANG

CHARLIE LAW

#6 • Junior • OF 6-0 • 185 • R/R Dumont, N.J. St. Peter’s Prep

#17 • Sophomore • P/1B 6-8 • 230 • R/R Mainland, N.J. Mainland Regional HS 2009: True freshman pitcher and first baseman … appeared in 19 games with nine appearances on the mound, including eight starts … struck out 31 in 33.1 innings … made collegiate debut in season opener at No. 12 Miami (2/20) as a pinch hitter … made collegiate debut, earning the start against the Hurricanes the next day with four innings of work that included four strikeouts … struck out six in 6.0 innings against Penn State (3/15) in Florida on the spring break trip … pitched a seasonhigh 6.2 innings with a season-best 10 strikeouts and just two earned runs allowed to pick up first collegiate victory against Cincinnati (3/28) … tied for the most pinch hit appearances with 10 … played three games at first base … collected first collegiate hit with a pinch-hit, two-run single against Penn State (3/13).

2009: Starting right fielder and leadoff hitter … named team MVP … started all but one contest and appeared in all 53 games … one of three players to see action in every game … led the team in batting average (.343), slugging percentage (.560), on-base percentage (.440), runs scored (58), hits (71), home runs (8), total bases (116) … named a Baseball America top prospect from the Valley Baseball Summer League … led the Haymarket Senators to the final spot in the playoffs with a 10 hits in 21 at-bats that included three doubles, two home runs and 10 RBI and guided them to the title with a .514 batting average in the playoffs to earn series MVP honors … at Rutgers, owned a 14-game hitting streak from March 25 – April 15 … had a hit in 44 of the 53 games … recorded multiple hits in 19 games and drove in multiple runs in nine contests … was 10-for-12 on stolen base attempts … sound defensively with a strong arm … had seven outfield assists from his right field position … named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll after hitting .480 with five doubles, seven runs scored, four RBI and five walks in six games against NJIT (3/11), Temple (3/10) and Penn State (3/13-15) … set up the game-winning run in a 6-5 victory over Penn State (3/14) … singled and scored the game-deciding run in the 10th inning at Temple (3/10) … collected a career-best four hits(4-for-6) with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored at St. John’s (4/4) … drove in a pair of runs with a home run at No. 12 Miami (2/22) … drove in a career-high five runs on two hits against Seton Hall (5/10) … also homered in back-to-back games at USF (3/20-21), and in fours-straight BIG EAST series against Connecticut (4/10), Louisville (4/19), at Pittsburgh (4/25), and at West Virginia (5/1).

Before Rutgers: Named South Jersey Player of the Year by the Philadelphia Inquirer as a senior … selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 44th round of the 2008 Major League Baseball Draft … earned All-State honors by the Star Ledger as a senior … finished the 2008 season a perfect 5-0 with a 0.66 ERA … led Mainland Regional to a 16-8 record, including a perfect 8-0 record in conference action, and the Cape-American II title in 2008 … recorded 66 strikeouts and just 11 walks in 42 innings of work as a senior … also hit .394 with four home runs, 19 RBI and a .608 on-base percentage last spring … posted a 7-3 record, 1.24 ERA, and 100 strikeouts in 62 innings as a junior … broke a 42-year-old record when he struck out 17 batters in a 2-1 victory over St. Joseph's his junior season, topping the old mark set by his father, Jonathan, in 1965 … was 2-1 with a 2.70 ERA in seven games as a varsity starter his sophomore season … also played basketball scholastically where he was named the Co-Defensive Player of the Year for Mainland Regional ... born 5/23/90.

2008: Reserve right fielder who appeared in 19 games with 11 starts as a true freshman … hit .388 overall and stole eight bases … made collegiate debut against NJIT (3/12) … earned first career start (in right field) in the series finale at Georgetown (4/13) and collected two hits and scored two runs against the Hoyas … recorded his first career hit the game before with a double against Georgetown (4/12) … was a crucial part of the Scarlet Knights' late-season surge … after recording just one hit in his first five games, hit a team-best .421 (16-for-38) with two doubles, a triple and a home run in his final 22 games … split time as the designated hitter and right fielder while mostly serving as the leadoff hitter … had a pair of three-hit performances at Cincinnati (5/4) and against Villanova (5/10) … hit his first career home run at Cincinnati (5/3) … registered two outfield assists in limited action in the outfield.

YEAR 2009 YEAR 2009

GP-GS 19-11 53-52 72-63

AB 49 207 256

R 14 58 72

H 19 71 90

2B 3B HR RBI BB 3 1 1 9 7 17 2 8 38 26 20 3 9 47 33

AVG .214

APP GS 9 8

GP-GS 12-1

AB 14

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 0 0/0 0 33.1 55 48 38 29 31 R 1

H 3

2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 0 0 0 3 2 8 0-0

KEVIN LILLIS

Before Rutgers: First Team All-State selection by the Associated Press and the Star Ledger … also a First Team All-Hudson County and a First Team All-Non-Public pick by the Star Ledger … hit .488 with 13 home runs, seven doubles and three triples and owned a 1.138 slugging percentage his senior season as an outfielder for St. Peter’s Prep … also had 15 steals last spring … hit 19 home runs in just two years at the varsity level … born 1/13/89. YEAR AVG 2008 .388 2009 .343 Career .352

ERA W-L 10.26 1-4

#9 • Senior • P 6-2 • 185 • R/R Fair Haven, N.J. CBA

S0 SB-ATT 10 8-9 43 10-12 53 18-21

2009: Relief pitcher who made the second-most appearances with 25 … used as a set-up man for closer Ryan Beard … did not allow an earned run in 15 appearances … owned a 2.3 strikeout-to-walk ratio with 27 strikeouts compared to just 12 walks allowed … pitched 1.1 hitless innings of scoreless ball with three strikeouts in season opener at No. 12 Miami (2/20) … worked a season-long 4.0 shutout innings with a strikeout at West Virginia (5/3) … picked up the save with 1.1 innings of scoreless relief at Old Dominion (3/7) … worked an inning of relief in a 10-9 victory over Old Dominion (3/6) … struck out a season-high five in 2.1 innings to get the save at Princeton (3/24) … pitched an inning of scoreless relief against Georgetown to help preserve a 5-3 victory.

PIPELINE TO THE PROS

Each year, Rutgers players are drafted by Major League Baseball teams. Players with strong baseball credentials were drafted out of high school, but chose to hone their skills under the guidance of Fred Hill and his staff. In 2007, six Rutgers players were selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft as well as Jaren Matthews. The trend of scholastic talents who turned down profesional ball for Piscataway continued last season when Mainland Regional standout Charlie Law (selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2008 draft) chose to continue his career “On the Banks” and learn under Hill and his staff.

2008: Middle reliever … made 29 appearances … had the second-most appear-

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ances on the team and tied for the second-most appearances in a season in school history … saw action in 15 BIG EAST contests … 48.0 innings were the most by a righty reliever and the third-most on the staff … tied his career long with three innings of scoreless, no-hit relief and struck out a career-high five batters against Villanova (5/11) … posted four strikeouts in 2.1 innings of relief against Rider (3/25) … picked up lone save of the season against Georgetown (4/12) with 1.2 innings of relief in a 5-3 victory over the Hoyas … gave up just two earned runs in his last five appearances of the season, spanning 7.2 innings and did not surrender a run in his last two outings against Villanova (5/11) and Louisville (5/16), spanning 4.1 innings … picked up his first victory of the season with two innings of scoreless relief and a pair of strikeouts at nationally-ranked Georgia Tech (2/29) … earned second victory of the season with 1.2 frames of no-hit, scoreless relief against Iowa (3/15).

JAREN MATTHEWS #3 • Junior • 1B 6-2 • 215 • L/L Teaneck, N.J. Don Bosco Prep 2009: Starting first baseman … All-BIG EAST selection for the second-straight season … one of two Scarlet Knights to start all 53 games … cleanup hitter … second on the team in batting average (.328), on-base percentage (.421), runs scored (41), hits (66), home runs (6) and total bases (94) … led the team with 30 walks … recorded multiple hits in a team-high 21 games … was 10-for13 on stolen base attempts … collected at least one hit in 14 of his final 17 games of the season, raising his season batting average from .290 to .328 during the span … 15 of his RBI came with two outs … hit a walk-off home run to break a scoreless tie in the bottom of the ninth against Cincinnati (3/28) … was 4-for-6 with a home run to drive home a run and score two more against Louisville (4/19) … collected three hits, including a double and another home run in the next game against Lafayette (4/22) … drove in four runs on a 3-for-4 performance at Princeton (3/24) … also homered against Connecticut (4/10), at Pittsburgh (4/26) and at West Virginia (5/2) … has started all of Rutgers’ 106 games during his first two years.

2007: Selected to the Division I New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association AllRookie Team … made 20 appearances out of the bullpen in middle relief, including two in the BIG EAST Tournament and one in the NCAA Tournament … was on the mound when RU clinched the BIG EAST Championship title with a 7-6 win over Connecticut (5/25), recording his third save of the year ... pitched two-thirds of scoreless inning against the Huskies, allowing just one hit ... also struck out two against Louisville (5/24) in 1.1 innings pitched in the tournament for his second save ... was second on the team with a 2.90 ERA ... allowed a run in just four appearances all season … gave up just 10 earned runs in 31.0 innings … owned the third-most appearances of RU's righty relievers … made collegiate debut at No. 14 Georgia Tech (3/3), pitching two scoreless innings … did not allow a run in his first five appearances, spanning more than seven innings … allowed just nine hits in 51 at-bats with runners on base (.176 average) … worked 2.1 innings of no-hit relief with a 1-2-3 ninth inning to earn his first career save and give head coach Fred Hill his 900th career victory at UCF (3/17) … longest relief work was 3.0 innings at St. John's (3/31) and USF (4/21) … picked up the win in an inning of scoreless relief against Georgetown (3/25).

2008: Named a Second Team Freshman All-American by Baseball America and a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball … also a Third-Team All-BIG EAST selection and a Second Team All-State pick by the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Coaches Association … one of two Scarlet Knights to start all 53 games in 2008 … had a team-best 10 home runs and 54 RBI … RBI total was tied for seventh-most in the BIG EAST, while his home run total was tied for ninth-most in the conference … hit .294 overall with a team-best 63 hits, including 11 doubles and two triples … also earned 21 walks and was successful in eight of his nine stolen base attempts … tied for the BIG EAST lead with 30 RBI and tied for second in the league with seven home runs and ranked 11th with a .570 slugging percentage during conference action … named the BIG EAST Player of the Week on March 31 after hitting .412 with an .882 slugging percentage in five games, while collecting three doubles, a triple and a home run, while scoring 10 runs during the span.

2006: Did not see any game action. Before Rutgers: Posted a 10-1 mark as a senior in 2005, winning his first 10 decisions ... helped Christian Brothers Academy to a 27-4 record and a trip to the Parochial A State Finals, before falling to Seton Hall Prep ... pitched 65.0 innings in 2005 and allowed 61 hits, while striking out 81 ... a First Team All-Shore selection... Also earned All-Parochial, All-Conference and All-Division honors ... played with the Middletown Monarchs of the ABCCL ... recorded a 21-6 career record at CBA, including a 7-2 mark as a sophomore in 2003 ... follows in his older brothers footsteps, Ryan (1999-2002) and Chris (2003-07) in playing for the Scarlet Knights ... born 12/31/86. YEAR 2007 2008 2009 Career

ERA 2.90 5.81 5.35 4.88

W-L 2-0 4-1 2-2 8-3

APP GS 20 0 29 0 25 0 74 0

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 0 0/0 3 31.0 28 10 0 0/0 1 48.0 58 37 0 0/0 2 35.1 44 25 0 0/0 6 114.113072

Before Rutgers: First Team All-State selection by the Associated Press and the Star Ledger as a senior … also a First Team All Non-Public honoree by the Star Ledger … selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 17th round of the Major League Baseball First Year Player Draft in 2007 but chose not to sign with the club … ranked 11th in the Northeast Region and 127th nationally by Perfect Game … first Team All-Bergen County and All-North Jersey pick by The Record and the Herald News… Hit .500 as the No. 3 hitter for one of the state’s top teams … Don Bosco Prep finished 27-2 and ranked second in the state … Ironmen also captured the Bergen County title … recorded five home runs, 33 RBI and 38 runs to go along with 30 stolen bases last spring … named First Team All-North Jersey and AllBergen County by the Star Ledger and The Record after hitting .385 with four home runs, 28 runs scored, 18 RBI and 19 stolen bases as a junior … born 2/20/89.

ER BB SO 10 4 23 31 9 36 21 12 27 62 25 86

YEAR AVG GP-GS AB 2008 .294 53-53 214 2009 .328 53-53 201 Career .311 106-106 415

R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB 37 63 11 2 10 54 21 41 66 8 1 6 28 30 78 129 19 3 16 82 51

MATTHEWS HEROICS

S0 SB-ATT 46 8-9 38 10-13 84 18-22

Among power hitter Jaren Matthews’ six home runs last season was a timely blast in the bottom of the ninth against Cincinnati on March 28 when the cleanup hitter broke a scoreless tie with a walk-off home run in the final frame to lift Rutgers to victory.

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JEFF MELILLO

JUSTIN OLSEN

#1 • Freshman • C 6-2• 195 • R/R Annandale, N.J. North Hunterdon HS

#31 • Freshman • C 6-2• 215 • R/R Westfield, N.J. Westfield HS

2009: Did not see any game action.

2009: Did not see any game action.

Before Rutgers: Second Team All-Area selection by the Courier News … also an AllCounty and All-Conference pick by the Hunterdon Democrat his junior and senior year … two-year varsity letterwinner, taking over for his older brother Michael (who now plays at Elon University) behind the plate ... led North Hunterdon to an 18-12 record and the state finals as a senior in 2008 ... hit .440 during his senior season and .322 during an injury-shortened junior year ... was an honorable mention AllArea selection by the Courier News as a junior ... Lions went 17-10 and reached the state sectional semifinals in 2007 ... also competed as a varsity wrestler for the Lions ... born 2/16/90.

Before Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner ... two-time All-Area selection by the Courier News, earning First Team honors as a senior ... hit .375 with nine doubles, one triple and four home runs his senior season … owned a .694 slugging percentage and a .472 on-base percentage … led Westfield to an 18-6 record his senior season … hit .413 with seven doubles, two home runs and 17 RBI his junior year ... earned First Team All-County and Third Team All-Area honors by the Courier News and received All-Watchung Conference laurels as a junior ... hit .420 while playing right field for the Blue Devils, who went 20-7 to capture the Union County Tournament title as a sophomore in 2006 ... born 11/26/89.

BILLY MURPHY

DAN PERRINE

#5 • Junior • P 6-2 • 205 • R/R Cranford, N.J. Roselle Catholic

#16 • Sophomore • INF 6-0 • 190 • R/R Scotch Plains, N.J. Oratory Prep

2009: Made 13 appearances all in relief … recorded 19 strikeouts in 24.1 innings … pitched a season-long 4.2 innings against Louisville (4/17) with three strikeouts and just one run allowed … logged 3.2 innings at Florida Atlantic (3/17) with three strikeouts and 3.1 innings at USF (3/21) with a pair of strikeouts … worked scoreless outings of relief against Cincinnati (3/28) and at Wagner (3/31).

2009: Reserve second baseman … appeared in 23 games with 10 starts … finished the season with seven hits … made collegiate debut at No. 12 Miami (2/22) as a pinch hitter and collected first collegiate hit and RBI … made first collegiate start at Old Dominion (5/6) … inserted in five games as a pinch hitter … collected a seasonhigh two hits and drove in a run while scoring two more against Penn State (3/14).

2008: Appeared in eight games as a freshman, all as a reliever … made his collegiate debut against Iowa (3/16) during the Scarlet Knights’ spring break trip in Florida, working 1.1 innings of scoreless relief with a pair of strikeouts … saw action in three BIG EAST games against West Virginia (3/30), Georgetown (4/11) and Villanova (5/10) … pitched a career-long 2.2 innings against Iona (4/16) with a career-high four strikeouts … finished with a 3.18 ERA.

2008: Did not see any game action. Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity member … three-year All-Conference and All-Area selection, including First Team honors two seasons … hit .512 with 26 RBI and two home runs as a senior … owned a .488 batting average with 10 home runs for his scholastic career … led the school to its first conference championship in 50 years as a junior ... in Oratory Prep’s first state playoff win in 50 years, hit three home runs against Princeton Day to lead team to victory … named to the All-State Prep team as a junior when he hit .484 with six home runs … born 10/11/89.

Before Rutgers: First Team All-Union County and Non-Public selection by the Star Ledger as a senior … third Team All-Union pick by the Star Ledger as a junior … Served a dual role at Roselle Catholic, starting at shortstop, while also appearing as a relief pitcher for the Lions … owned a career scholastic record of 7-4 … was 4-3 with a 2.60 ERA and 67 strikeouts in 65 innings as a senior, while hitting .400 from the plate … compiled a 3-1 record, 2.56 ERA, with four shutouts, 38 strikeouts and just eight walks in 31 innings and a save as a junior … earned All-Conference and AllUnion County honors as a junior … hit .384 with nine doubles and three home runs and 24 RBI in 2006 ... Roselle Catholic finished 19-5 in 2006 … born 11/13/89. YEAR 2008 2009 Career

ERA 3.18 7.77 6.31

W-L 0-1 1-0 1-1

APP GS 8 0 13 0 21 0

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R 0 0/0 0 11.1 7 5 0 0/1 0 24.1 26 22 0 0/1 0 35.2 33 27

ER 4 21 25

YEAR 2009

BB SO 11 9 17 19 28 28

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AVG .189

GP-GS 23-10

AB 37

R 6

H 7

2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 0 0 0 4 6 7 0-0


SEAN PETERSON

STEVE ZAVALA

#28 • Senior • P 6-2• 195 • R/R Wall, N.J. Wall HS/Indian River CC

#13 • Sophomore • OF 5-11 • 190 • L/L Randolph, N.J. Randolph HS

2009: Made 16 appearances all in middle relief in his first season with the Scarlet Knights … saw action in six BIG EAST contests … didn’t allow an earned run in seven appearances … logged 16.1 innings … made Rutgers debut in the season opener at No. 12 Miami (2/20) striking out two of the four batters he faced in a scoreless two-thirds of an inning … didn’t allow a hit in 2.0 shutout innings against the Bearcats.

2009: True freshman who saw time as both an outfielder and a pitcher … appeared in 25 games overall, including eight on the mound … tied for a team-high 10 pinch hit appearances … was 1-1 on the mound with 10 strikeouts in 15.0 innings … pitched in three BIG EAST contests … saw time in the outfield in four games … made collegiate debut at No. 12 Miami (2/21) as a pinch hitter … collected first collegiate hit with an RBI single as a pinch hitter at Old Dominion (3/7) … was 2-for-5 against Louisville (3/19) in first career start in left field … made collegiate debut as a pitcher at No. 12 Miami (2.22) with 1.2 innings of relief … second appearance on the mound came at No. 8 Georgia Tech (2/28) with 1.1 innings of scoreless relief … earned first career start on the mound against Penn State (3/14) in Florida and pitched a season-high 4.0 innings of one-run ball … also earned the start at Rider (3/25) and posted three strikeouts … worked a perfect eighth frame with a pair of strikeouts at Pittsburgh (4/25).

Before Rutgers: Attended Indian River Community College in Fort Pierce, Fla. (now Indian River State College) for two years before transferring to Rutgers … was team’s primary set-up man at Indian River ... made 22 appearances in 2008, logging 35.1 innings of work ... recorded a 3.06 ERA (lowest on the team) and posted 20 strikeouts last spring ... selected to the All-Florida Academic Team as a sophomore … graduated from Wall High School in New Jersey in 2006 … helped Wall to the Group III state title in 2004 … grandfather Harding Peterson was an AllAmerican at Rutgers and a member of the Rutgers Olympic Sports Hall of Fame … father Rick Peterson served as the pitching coach for both Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics and New York Mets … born 10/25/87. YEAR 2009

ERA W-L 8.82 0-0

APP GS 16 0

Before Rutgers: Outfielder and left-handed pitcher … two-time Star Ledger All-State selection, earning First Team All-State honors as a senior … named Morris County Player of the Year by the Star Ledger and Morristown Daily Record Player of the Year … featured in Sports Illustrated’s Faces in the Crowd ... hit .532 with 42 hits, including 10 doubles and six home runs in 2008 … scored 34 runs and drove in 36 more as a leadoff man for Randolph High School his senior season … stole 20 bases his senior season … also a standout pitcher for the Rams … led Randolph to the Group IV championship game with a 13-1 record and a 2.14 ERA with 69 strikeouts on the mound as a junior in 2007 … also hit .466 with 48 hits, 17 doubles, four home runs, 23 runs batted in, 38 runs scored and 17 stolen bases as a leadoff hitter in 2007 ... born 8/20/89.

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 0 0/0 0 16.1 26 19 16 9 8

BOYS OF SUMMER Each year, members of the Rutgers baseball team play in some of the most competitive

YEAR 2009

where just some of the current players are committed to playing this summer.

YEAR 2009

summer leagues against some of the toughest competition in the nation. Here is a list

NAME

TEAM

Willie Beard

Glens Falls Golden Eagles

Brandon Boykin

St. Cloud River Bats

D.J. Anderson Pat Biserta

Sean Campbell Jerry Elsing

Albany Dutchmen

Vermont Mountaineers Albany Dutchmen

North Shore Navigators

Tyler Gebler

North Adams Steeplecats

Russ Hopkins

Brainerd Lakes Area Lunkers

Bill Hoermann Ryan Kapp

Albany Dutchmen

North Adams Steeplecats

Steve Nyisztor

St. Cloud River Bats

Dan O'Neill

Glens Falls Golden Eagles

Rob Smorol

Jersey Pilots

Steve Zavala

North Adams Steeplecats

Justin Olsen

Nathaniel Roe Pat Sweeney

Outer Banks Daredevils

Glens Falls Golden Eagles Vermont Mountaineers

Hamptons

AVG .261

New York (NYCBL)

APP GS 8 2

GP-GS 22-4

New York (NYCBL)

AB 23

CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 0 0/0 0 15.0 22 19 19 13 10 R 4

H 6

2B 3B HR RBI BB S0 SB-ATT 0 0 0 2 4 7 0-0

A FAMILY AFFAIR

New England (NECBL)

The Rutgers baseball program has not only made a name for itself throughout the state of New Jersey, the Scarlet Knights’ success has transcended through families with young Scarlet Knights following in their brothers footsteps to the State University of New Jersey. Fred Hill is one of the most recognizable names in the New Jersey college baseball landscape and his proven track record of winning goes back to his days at Montclair State University, where some fathers of players at Rutgers competed under Hill.

Northwoods

New York (NYCBL)

New England (NECBL) New England (NECBL)

New Jersey Hurricanes Atlantic Baseball Confederation (ABCCL)

Charlie Law

Michael Lang

LEAGUE

ERA W-L 11.40 1-1

Northwoods

New York (NYCBL)

The following is a list of players who have family ties to Coach Hill and the Scarlet Knights.

New England (NECBL)

Coastal Plains Northwoods

Player Casey Gaynor Dennis Hill Kevin Lillis Sean Peterson Rob Smorol Jr. Pat Sweeney Steve Zavala

New York (NYCBL) New York (NYCBL)

New England (NECBL)

Atlantic Collegiate (ACBL) Atlantic Collegiate (ACBL)

New England (NECBL)

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Family Member (Years Played) Colin (brother, 2003-05) Ryan (brother, 2004-07) Ryan (brother,1999-2002), Chris (brother, 2003-07) Harding (grandfather, 1948-50) Rob Sr. (father, 1978-79 at Montclair State) Tim (brother, 2000-02), Tom (father, 1971-74) Michael (Signed with Rutgers for 2011)


JERRY ELSING

JUAN LISOJO

#22 • Freshman • RHP 6-4 • 230 • R/R Montville, N.J./Montville HS

#37 • Freshman • C 5-10 • 185 • R/R Belleville, N.J./Belleville HS

Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity letterwinner at Montville High School … two-time All-State Group III and All-Morris County selection and three-time All-Conference pick … owned a 0.75 earned run average with 97 strikeouts in 46 innings and posted a 6-1 record as a senior … 0.95 earned run average and 75 strikeouts in 47 innings with a 9-1 record as a junior … spent sophomore season as a closer with a 3-0 record and six saves … born 11/9/90.

Before Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner … twotime All-Essex County honoree in 2007 and 2009 by the Star Ledger … First Team Northern New Jersey Interscholastic League (NNJIL) B Division member as a senior … an honorable mention NNJIL selection in 2007 … hit .367 his senior season and .304 as a junior and .367 as a sophomore in 2007 … born 11/24/91.

STEVE NYISZTOR

TYLER GEBLER

#41 • Freshman • 2B/SS 6-4 • 190 • R/R Toms River, N.J./Toms River North HS

#43 • Freshman • RHP 6-5 • 235 • R/R Toms River, N.J./Toms River South

Before Rutgers: First Team All-State selection by the Star Ledger … named Ocean County Player of the Year and a First Team All-Shore pick by the Asbury Park Press … Toms River North High School career record holder in hits and triples … set school single-season records in batting average (.511), doubles (14), slugging percentage (.904) and tied the school single-season record in triples (7) as a senior in 2009 … also had 48 hits, 29 RBI and 33 runs scored his senior season … helped guide Toms River North to South Jersey Group IV state titles in 2008 and 2009 … born 5/2/91.

Before Rutgers: Third Team All-State selection by the Star Ledger … tied the Toms River South High School record with 28 career victories and was second in school history with 272 strikeouts … posted a 28-11 career record … Second Team All-State selection and Shore Conference Player of the Year as a junior … two-time First Team All-Shore Conference honoree by the Asbury Park Press … owned a 9-3 record with a 1.40 earned run average and 72 strikeouts as a senior … was 9-2 with 83 strikeouts in 87 innings pitched and a 1.46 earned run average as a junior … led Toms River South High School to two Ocean County championships and a Shore Conference title … also played basketball where he scored over 1,200 career points … born 10/21/90.

DAN O’NEILL #8 • Freshman • LHP 6-5 • 220 • L/L Garfield, N.J./St. Mary

BILL HOERMANN #40 • Freshman • 1B 6-1 • 245 • R/R Toms River, N.J./Toms River North HS

Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity starter … two-time AllState Non-Public selection by the Star Ledger as a senior ... two-time first team All-Area by the New Jersey Herald and four-time First Team all-league pick ... also a two-time All-Bergen County pick by The Record ... owned a 20-7 career record with 362 career strikeouts … both victory total and strikeout total is a school record and ranks second all-time in Bergen County to Oakland Athletics pitcher Vinny Mazzaro … born 9/16/90.

Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity letterwinner … twotime All-Shore selection by the Asbury Park Press … recorded 83 career hits with a .338 career batting average … the first and last hits of his scholastic career were home runs … finished third in the Toms River North High School record books in career doubles (25), sixth in home runs (11) and top-10 in hits, RBI and runs scored … helped guide school to South Jersey Group IV state titles in 2008 and 2009 … also played three years of varsity basketball … recipient of the Principal’s Scholar-Athlete Award … born 10/1/90.

EVAN PIMENTEL #32 • Freshman • OF 6-1 • 185 • R/R Jersey City, N.J./County Prep Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity letterwinner … Second Team All-State selection and Hudson County Player of the Year and First Team All-Hudson County pick by the Star Ledger as a senior … also a First Team All-Group I selection … hit .548 with five triples, three home runs, 41 RBI and 33 runs scored his senior season … three-time All-Conference selection and two-time All-Area pick … owns a career batting average of .408 … born 9/23/91.

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SCARLET KNIGHTS BY COUNTY IN THE GARDEN STATE

#19 • Sophomore • RHP 6-2 • 210 • R/R Plainfield, N.J./Seton Hall Prep/Morris CC

(NUMBER REPRESENTS PLAYERS WHO RESIDE IN EACH COUNTY)

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Before Rutgers: Played one season at Morris County Community College in 2009 before transferring in … was 5-2 with five no decisions … posted 55 strikeouts in 67 innings pitched and owned a 2.50 earned run average at Morris County CC … twoyear varsity letterwinner for national powerhouse Seton Hall Prep where he graduated in 2008 … owned a 4-0 record on the mound for the top-ranked team in the nation that finished with a 32-1 record his junior season in 2007 … was 6-0 his senior year and helped guide Seton Hall Prep to a 24-6 record and No. 4 in the state … winning pitcher in the 2008 Essex County Championship game … born 11/13/89.

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#15 • Freshman • LHP 6-0 • 180 • L/L Clark, N.J./Arthur L. Johnson HS

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Before Rutgers: Four-year varsity letterwinner … Second Team All-State and First Team All-Group II selection by the Star Ledger … two-time MVP at Arthur L. Johnson High School … three-year All-Mountain Valley Conference selection, earning First-Team honors as a junior and senior … two-time First Team All-Union County pick … owns a career 2.04 earned run average and 200 strikeouts on the mound and a .434 career batting average with 76 RBI at the plate … was 5-0 with a 1.14 earned run average and 63 strikeouts in 37 innings with just four walks as a senior … also hit .526 with 41 hits, 40 RBI, 12 doubles, three triples and two home runs his senior season … 5-2 with a 1.24 ERA and 64 strikeouts in 45.1 innings, while hitting .420 with 26 hits and just one strikeout all season as a junior … father Robert Smorol Sr. played for Fred Hill at Montclair State in 1978 and 1979 … born 2/22/91.

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HOME GROWN TALENT

All 34 members of the Scarlet Knights hail from the state of New Jersey. The following is a breakdown of players by county and state:

#11 • Freshman • INF 6-0 • 175 • R/R Sparta, N.J./Pope John XXIII/Blair Academy

Atlantic County Charlie Law

Before Rutgers: Three-year varsity letterwinner at Pope John XXIII … played at Blair Academy in 2009, earning First Team All-State Prep honors by the Star Ledger with a .445 batting average, 38 hits, 40 runs scored and 24 RBI … hit .448 with 39 hits, 45 runs scored and 17 stolen bases as a senior at Pope John XXIII in 2008 and led school to a 23-6 record and its first county title in 15 years … earned Third Team All-West Jersey honors by the Star Ledger, Second-Team All-Area accolades by the New Jersey Herald and and First Team All-League laurels by the coaches his senior season … older brother Tim played baseball at Rutgers under Fred Hill from 2000-2002 and was drafted by the Montreal Expos … father Tom played baseball and football at Rutgers from 1971-1974 and was MVP of the 1974 baseball team … born 4/30/90.

Bergen County Brandon Boykin Dennis Hill Jaren Matthews Dan O’Neill Essex County Juan Lisojo

Gloucester County Dan Betteridge Hudson County Michael Lang Evan Pimentel

Hunterdon County Jeff Melillo

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Mercer County Sean Campbell

Middlesex County Willie Beard Russ Hopkins Jarred Jimenez

Monmouth County Kyle Bradley Jayson Hernandez Kevin Lillis Sean Peterson Morris County D.J. Anderson Jerry Elsing Steven Zavala

Ocean County Pat Biserta Casey Gaynor Tyler Gebler Bill Hoermann Ryan Kapp Steve Nyisztor

Somerset County Matt Giannini Sussex County Pat Sweeney Union County Billy Murphy Justin Olsen Dan Perrine Nathaniel Roe Rob Smorol


2009 SEASON REVIEW

A young roster coupled with injuries to several players challenged the Rutgers baseball team in 2009, but the Scarlet Knights preserved and triumphed against a tough schedule and showed tremendous potential for a strong future “On the Banks.”

inning rally handed Rutgers a loss. After a tough opening series in conference play with USF, the Scarlet Knights bounced back to take a win from Princeton. A quality outing from Kyle Bradley set the tone for the day while Jarred Jimenez tallied three hits and Jaren Matthews collected four RBI on the day.

Hill’s squads always face a strong early-season test with nationally ranked opponents from the south a contest on the early slate. The 2009 campaign was no different as RU opened the season with a four-game series at No. 12 Miami. The series also marked the opening of the newly-named Alex Rodriguez Park, which brought fans of nearly 3,000 out to the game. Rutgers wasn’t fazed by the sellout crowd in game one jumping out to an early lead but the Hurricanes responded with six runs to earn the series-opening victory. RU took the early lead in game two as WARGO well before dropping a 4-2 decision. Rutgers went into the late innings with a 4-4 tie against the Hurricanes and got a timely first collegiate hit from Brandon Boykin who raced around the base paths and took advantage of an open home plate to score the winning run and give RU its first triumph of the season. The Hurricanes took the final game of the series.

In the second week of BIG EAST of play, Rutgers battled the Bearcats of Cincinnati. After dropping game one of the series, the Scarlet Knights would take the next two to capture the series. In game one of the doubleheader, Casey Gaynor pitched a gem, tossing eight scoreless innings. Gaynor handed the ball over to Billy Murphy, who was able to preserve the shutout thanks to an excellent throw from Michael Lang in right to gun down a runner. In the bottom of the ninth Jaren Matthews hit a walk-off home run to win the hard fought game for the Scarlet Knights. Game two of the double header saw freshman Charlie Law collect a career-best ten strike outs while recording his first collegiate win. Luis Feliz hit a grand slam to right center field to put Rutgers ahead for good in the contest. Gaynor would go on to earn a spot on the BIG EAST Honor Roll for his efforts. The Scarlet Knights continued their winning ways with a 5-1 victory at Wagner to open the next week of play. Rutgers then traveled to Queens, N.Y. for a series against St. John’s. The Scarlet Knights jumped out to big leads early in both of the first two games. In game one of the doubleheader, Rutgers went up 10-5 into the bottom of the eighth only to lose 11-10 in the bottom f the 10th inning. Game two would have more of the same with the Scarlet Knights scoring the first eight runs of the game, but drop game two and eventually get swept by the Red Storm. The Connecticut Huskies came to Piscataway the following weekend, and after dropping game one, Rutgers would split the double header the following day. Gaynor threw a complete game victory, and struck out a season-high eight batters, while scattering five hits and allowing one earned run. Lang and Matthews both homered in the contest.

The following week, Rutgers battled the snow and the eighth-ranked Yellow Jackets of Georgia Tech in Atlanta as weather forced a Saturday doubleheader with GT taking both games. A third-consecutive trip south brought RU to Norfolk, Va. for a threegame series with Old Dominion. The Scarlet Knights took care of business to earn the series sweep from the Monarchs. Tied at 9-9 in the series opener, Dan Betteridge got a two-out double and moved to third one batter later where he scored the game-winning run on a wild pitch. RU got a pair of two-run home runs from Luis Feliz and Pat Biserta in the opening frame of the series finale and the Scarlet Knights never looked back en route to a 4-3 win and series sweep of the Monarchs.

Midweek games at Fordham and at home against Iona would result in two wins for Rutgers going into the series against Louisville.

FELIZ

An 11-8 10th-inning win at Temple was followed by an 11-1 victory over NJIT in the home opener. The Scarlet Knights escaped the cold of the northeast for a second trip to Florida, this time for the spring break trip where RU played eight games in a 10-day span. A four-game series against Big Ten foe Penn state in Boca Raton, Fla. opened things with the Scarlet Knights taking the middle games in a four-game split with the Nitanny Lions. In the final game before BIG EAST play, the Knights battled Florida Atlantic, taking a lead into the bottom of the ninth, until the Hawks late

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A tough extra-inning loss in game three, and a home series swept by the Cardinals would end the Scarlet Knights’ win streak.

RU completed its season with a series victory over Georgetown, taking two of three of the Hoyas. The duo of Willie Beard and Ryan Beard combined for a complete game in the 7-2 victory in the series-opening win. A 5-3 victory in the season finale sent the six-member senior class out in style.

Rutgers rebounded next time out with a victory at Lafayette, tying a season-high with fourteen runs and four home runs in the game.

The 2009 season showed promise from its young talent and with eight of nine starters and nearly 20 letterwinners returning, the Scarlet Knights bring a veteran and talented group to the diamond in 2010.

The Scarlet Knights continued their offensive onslaught with another 14 runs in a 14-10 victory at Pittsburgh several days later. RU came up short in its next two games against the Panthers, however. Jimenez finished the three-game series against the Panthers 5-for-14 with seven RBI and five runs scored thanks to a home run in each of the three games.

HERNANDEZ

After setbacks against Delaware and Monmouth, Rutgers traveled to Morgantown, W.Va. for a three-game series with the Mountaineers. The Scarlet Knights dropped the opener but used another strong outing from Gaynor that included five strikeouts and just two earned runs in six innings to earn the win for the Scarlet Knights. A lengthy delay pushed the series finale back more than five hours before the Mountaineers took the final game to win the series. Rutgers returned home for its final seven games of the season and opened the homestand with a 10-2 victory over FDU. The Scarlet Knights continued their winnings ways with a 3-1 victory over Seton Hall in the series opener thanks to Willie Beard’s 7.1 innings of onerun ball. The Pirates escaped with a doubleheader split on the day, with Gaynor falling in a pitcher’s duel, 3-2. Unlike the first two games, the series finale was a scoring affair with SHU winning 1410 to take the series.

2009 SENIOR CLASS

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2009 FINAL OVERALL STATISTICS PLAYER AVG Michael Lang .343 Jaren Matthews .328 Pat Biserta .326 Luis Feliz .321 Jarred Jimenez .311 D.J. Anderson .304 Dan Betteridge .302 Jayson Hernandez .272 Russ Hopkins .258 Brandon Boykin .242 Ryan Kapp .218 Vinnie Sangemino .172 ----------------------------------------------------Steven Zavala .261 Charlie Law .214 Tim Reilly .211 Joey Ianiero .200 Dan Perrine .189 Nick Gaeta .160 Totals .292 Opponents .310

GP-GS 53-52 53-53 51-47 47-44 50-49 31-19 53-53 48-44 32-17 48-37 26-12 25-18

AB 207 201 178 165 161 79 215 158 66 124 55 58

22-4 12-1 16-7 17-6 23-10 18-4 53 53

23 14 19 25 37 25 1810 1869

W-L 2-9 4-4

APP 13 17

R 58 41 25 25 29 8 34 24 11 30 9 7

H 71 66 58 53 50 24 65 43 17 30 12 10

4 1 6 5 6 4 327 393

6 3 4 5 7 4 528 579

GS 13 8

CG 1 0

2B 17 8 18 12 10 3 15 8 2 6 6 2

0 0 1 0 0 2 110 107

3B 2 1 1 1 3 1 1 0 0 2 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 13 9

HR 8 6 5 3 5 1 3 0 2 3 1 1

RBI 38 28 36 25 39 11 36 23 9 15 10 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 38 43

2 3 4 0 4 1 293 359

TB 116 94 93 76 81 32 91 51 25 49 23 15

6 3 5 5 7 6 778 833

SLG% .560 .468 .522 .461 .503 .405 .423 .323 .379 .395 .418 .259 .261 .214 .263 .200 .189 .240 430 .446

BB 26 30 18 9 24 6 11 13 5 14 11 7

4 2 5 0 6 4 195 236

HBP 10 3 2 3 6 0 7 10 6 1 1 2 1 0 0 2 1 0 55 57

SO 43 38 42 36 26 17 25 29 12 31 16 19

7 8 6 7 7 5 374 311

GDP 5 4 4 8 3 0 3 2 3 1 3 1 0 0 0 1 2 0 40 24

OB% .440 .421 .388 .367 .410 .349 .352 .359 .359 .317 .358 .275

.393 .313 .375 .259 .318 .276 .374 .399

SF 0 1 3 0 4 1 3 3 1 3 0 2

0 0 0 0 0 0 21 21

SH SB-ATT PO A E FLD% 4 10-12 128 7 5 .964 1 10-13 420 35 9 .981 4 1-2 9 0 0 1.000 5 11-14 118 5 3 .976 7 4-6 77 6 5 .943 3 0-0 21 33 11 .831 5 2-6 87 155 8 .968 6 1-2 260 37 8 .974 2 3-3 23 17 10 .800 2 10-13 77 72 8 .949 1 0-0 15 0 1 .938 2 0-0 15 32 1 .979 0 0-0 9 0 0-0 5 0 0-0 33 2 0-0 12 4 0-0 21 0 0-0 30 48 52-71 1385 41 74-99 1409

3 1 .923 6 1 .917 4 2 .949 15 3 .900 21 4 .913 4 0 1.000 537 88 .956 602 66 .968

WP 6 5

SFA SHA 1 9 1 7

LOB - Team (394), Opp (450). DPs turned - Team (37), Opp (51). CI - Team (4), HERNANDEZ 3, REILLY 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (6), MATTHEWS 4, LAW 1, LANG 1, Opp (2). Picked off - HERNANDEZ 2, LANG 1, BETTERIDGE 1, IANIERO 1, MATTHEWS 1.

PLAYER Casey Gaynor Willie Beard ----------------------------------------------------Ryan Beard Sean Campbell Tony Wargo Jason Downey Kevin Lillis Greg Bayard Kyle Bradley Dennis Hill Billy Murphy Sean Peterson Charlie Law Steven Zavala Jon McCue Totals Opponents

ERA 5.57 6.30

2.28 0-2 4.66 0-0 4.73 6-1 5.04 1-2 5.35 2-2 5.62 0-0 5.73 3-3 6.75 1-3 7.77 1-0 8.82 0-0 10.26 1-4 11.40 1-1 27.00 0-0 6.24 22-31 5.35 31-22

28 10 15 17 25 5 9 13 13 16 9 8 2 53 53

0 0 6 0 0 0 8 8 0 0 8 2 0 53 53

A 4 10 9 0 3 1 1 1 0 35 32 5 37 155 7 18 72 4 6 0 3 18 6 21 15 5 6 33 13 17 0 537 602

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 1 3 8 8 5 1 8 2 5 1 1 2 1 4 3 1 1 11 2 10 0 88 66

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6

SHO 0/1 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 1/1 0/0

(ALL GAMES SORTED BY EARNED RUN AVG) SV 0 0

IP 76.0 64.1

H 105 78

R 59 48

8 27.2 23 10 0 9.2 9 8 0 51.1 54 36 0 25.0 29 19 2 35.1 44 25 0 8.0 13 7 0 33.0 43 29 0 41.1 49 41 0 24.1 26 22 0 16.1 26 19 0 33.1 55 48 0 15.0 22 19 0 1.0 3 3 10 461.2 579 393 10 469.2 528 327

ER 47 45

7 5 27 14 21 5 21 31 21 16 38 19 3 320 279

BB 25 28

7 6 21 20 12 3 22 24 17 9 29 13 0 236 195

SO 59 41

2B 17 12

15 2 5 0 26 10 14 8 27 7 5 2 20 10 29 10 19 6 8 4 31 12 10 6 2 1 311 107 374 110

3B 1 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 1 1 1 0 9 13

HR B/AVG 6 .332 6 .306 2 1 4 0 4 0 2 5 3 2 6 1 1 43 38

.225 .257 .273 .305 .310 .333 .314 .297 .274 .347 .369 .367 .500 .310 .292

3 2 4 2 4 0 5 7 4 2 4 2 0 50 29

HBP 9 3 3 0 9 3 2 0 4 4 4 5 8 2 1 57 55

BK 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 0 1 0 9 11

0 2 1 2 1 0 1 2 2 1 4 3 0 21 21

2 2 3 3 3 0 1 6 0 1 2 2 0 41 48

PB - Team (20), HERNANADEZ 16, REILLY 3, GAETA 1, Opp (15). Pickoffs - Team (11), HILL 6, BEARD, W. 2, HERNANDEZ 2, GAYNOR 1, Opp (6). SBA/ATT - HERNANDEZ (51-70), GAYNOR (1117), REILLY (13-15), WARGO (10-13), GAETA (10-13), BEARD, W. (8-13), LILLIS (8-13), HILL (10-11), BRADLEY (7-10), ZAVALA (8-8), LAW (4-5), MURPHY (2-3), CAMPBELL (2-2), BAYARD (2-2), BEARD, R. (1-1), PETERSON (1-1).

PLAYER Nick Gaeta Willie Beard Kevin Lillis Pat Biserta Ryan Beard Greg Bayard Billy Murphy Sean Campbell Sean Peterson Jaren Matthews Vinnie Sangemino Luis Feliz Jayson Hernandez Dan Betteridge Michael Lang Casey Gaynor Brandon Boykin Tim Reilly Jarred Jimenez Ryan Kapp Steven Zavala Tony Wargo Charlie Law Dan Perrine Joey Ianiero Kyle Bradley Jason Downey D.J. Anderson Dennis Hill Russ Hopkins Jon McCue Totals Opponents

C 34 15 13 9 3 2 2 1 1 464 48 126 305 250 140 22 157 39 88 16 13 24 12 46 30 10 8 65 17 50 0 2010 2077

PO 30 5 4 9 0 1 1 0 1 420 15 118 260 87 128 3 77 33 77 15 9 4 5 21 12 4 1 21 1 23 0 1385 1409

FLD% DPS SBA CSB 1.000 0 10 3 1.000 0 8 5 1.000 0 8 5 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 0 1 0 1.000 0 2 0 1.000 0 2 1 1.000 0 2 0 1.000 0 1 0 .981 28 0 0 .979 2 0 0 .976 0 0 0 .974 2 51 19 .968 26 0 0 .964 0 0 0 .955 0 11 6 .949 18 0 0 .949 1 13 2 .943 1 0 0 .938 0 0 0 .923 0 8 0 .917 2 10 3 .917 1 4 1 .913 4 0 0 .900 5 0 0 .900 1 7 3 .875 0 0 0 .831 1 0 0 .824 0 10 1 .800 3 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .956 37 74 25 .968 51 52 19

SBA% .769 .615 .615 --1.000 1.000 .667 1.000 1.000 ------.729 ----.647 --.867 ----1.000 .769 .800 ----.700 ----.909 ----.747 .732

PB 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 15

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2009 SCARLET KNIGHTS Record: 22-31 Home: 9-12 Away: 11-17 Neutral: 2-2 BIG EAST: 8-19


2009 BIG EAST RECAP FINAL BIG EAST STANDINGS #*Louisville *USF *West Virginia *St. John’s *Notre Dame *Connecticut *Pittsburgh *Cincinnati Seton Hall Georgetown Rutgers Villanova

BIG EAST W L Pct. 19 7 .731 18 9 .667 17 10 .630 16 11 .593 15 12 .556 14 13 .519 13 13 .500 13 14 .481 13 14 .481 8 18 .308 8 19 .296 6 20 .231

# - Clinched regular season conference title * - Clinched berth in BIG EAST Championship

W 47 34 37 30 36 36 28 29 25 17 22 22

All-BIG EAST First Team P - * Justin Marks, Jr., Louisville P - Keith Cantwell, St., Seton Hall P - Randy Fontanez, So., USF P - Jarryd Summers, So., W. Va. C - Tobias Streich, So., W. Va. 1B - Tim Morris, Jr., St. John’s 2B - Chris Sedon, Jr., Pittsburgh SS - Jedd Gyorko, So., W. Va. 3B - Chris Dominguez, Jr., Louisville OF - A.J. Pollock, Jr., Notre Dame OF - George Springer, Fr., Connecticut OF - Justin Parks, Sr., W. Va. DH - Chris Affinito, Sr., Seton Hall * - denotes unanimous selection

Overall L Pct. 18 .723 25 .576 18 .673 22 .577 23 .610 24 .600 21 .571 29 .500 24 .510 34 .333 31 .415 28 .440

2009 SCARLET KNIGHT HITTING (BIG EAST ONLY)

Name Avg. G-GS AB R H D. Anderson .362 15-12 47 3 17 M. Lang .318 27-27 110 24 35 J. Jimenez .317 25-25 82 13 26 D. Betteridge .297 27-27 111 19 33 J. Matthews .297 27-27 101 24 30 L. Feliz .292 27-25 89 12 26 B. Boykin .286 24-17 63 12 18 J. Hernandez .262 26-23 84 9 22 P. Biserta .232 26-23 95 8 22 R. Hopkins .220 17-11 41 7 9 R. Kapp .107 12-6 28 1 3 ----------------------------S. Zavala .417 10-1 12 2 5 J. Ianiero .278 10-5 18 3 5 T. Reilly .250 6-3 8 3 2 N. Gaeta .222 9-2 9 3 2 V. Sangemino .200 7-4 15 0 3 D. Perrine .118 8-5 17 2 2 C. Law .000 2-0 2 0 0 Totals .279 27-27 932 145 260 Opponents .314 27-27 971 214 305

2B 2 2 6 7 4 6 3 4 7 1 2

3B 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 1 2 1 0 0 48 58

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4

HR 1 7 3 2 5 1 2 0 2 1 0

RBI 6 22 21 16 11 10 6 9 12 3 4

SLG% .511 .527 .500 .432 .485 .393 .460 .310 .368 .317 .179

0 1 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 24 128 24 199

.417 .278 .375 .444 .267 .118 .000 .414 .456

BB HBP 2 0 10 3 12 2 4 5 13 2 5 3 4 1 5 7 5 1 1 4 1 1

2 0 3 3 0 1 0 71 112

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 31 34

SO 10 20 1 16 23 21 14 14 26 6 10

OB% .380 .390 .412 .347 .388 .351 .338 .351 .275 .298 .167

SB 0 4 3 1 6 7 4 0 0 2 0

4 3 4 2 6 6 2 199 150

.500 .316 .455 .417 .188 .211 .000 .348 .400

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27 33

ALL-BIG EAST TEAMS

All-BIG EAST Second Team. P - John Folino, Sr., Connecticut P - Cole Johnson, So., Notre Dame P - Sean Black, Jr., Seton Hall P - Thomas Royse, So., Louisville C - Trey Manz, Sr., USF 1B - Andrew Clark, Jr., Louisville 2B - Vince Belnome, Jr., W. Va. SS - Jeremy Barnes, Sr., Notre Dame 3B - Mike Spina, Sr., Cincinnati OF - Lance Durham, Jr., Cincinnati OF - Phil Wunderlich, So., Louisville OF - Matt Smedberg, Sr., Seton Hall DH - Erick Fernandez, So., Georgetown

All-BIG EAST Third Team P - Derrick Stultz, So., USF P - Matt Singer, Jr., Seton Hall P - Chris Enourato, Jr., W. Va. P - Billy Gross, Jr., W. Va. C - Danny Benedetti, Sr., St. John’s 1B - Jaren Matthews, So., Rutgers 1B - Todd Brazeal, Fr., USF 2B - Adam Duvall, Jr., Louisville 3B - Dan DiBartolomeo, So., W. Va. OF - Junior Carlin, So., USF OF - Brian Kemp, Jr., St. John’s OF - Austin Markel, Sr., W. Va. OF - Jimmy Parque, Jr., St. John’s DH - Paul Karmas, So., St. John’s

LOB - Team (185), Opp (226). DPs turned - Team (20), Opp (30). TPs turned - Team (0), Opp (1). CI - Team (3), HERNANDEZ 3. IBB - Team (3), MATTHEWS 2, LANG 1, OPP (2). Picked off - HERNANDEZ 2, BETTERIDGE 1, IANIERO 1.

2009 BIG EAST BASEBALL POSTSEASON AWARD WINNERS

2009 SCARLET KNIGHT PITCHING (BIG EAST ONLY) Name ERA W-L APP C. Gaynor 5.30 2-6 9 W. Beard 6.29 2-4 9 ------------------------------G. Bayard 0.00 0-0 1 K. Bradley 0.00 0-0 1 R. Beard 1.76 0-1 14 S. Campbell 2.70 0-0 2 S. Peterson 3.86 0-0 6 T. Wargo 4.19 1-0 6 K. Lillis 6.27 0-1 12 B. Murphy 7.63 1-0 7 J. Downey 8.79 1--2 11 D. Hill 9.16 0-2 7 C. Law 12.57 1-3 6 S. Zavala 13.50 0-0 3 J. McCue 99.00 0-0 1 Totals 6.57 8-19 27 Opponents 4.69 19-8 27

GS 9 8

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 5 0 0 27 27

CG 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 6

SHO 0/1 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 1/1 0/0

SV 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 6

IP 54.1 48.2

2.2 0.0 15.1 3.1 7.0 19.1 18.2 15.1 14.1 18.2 19.1 2.2 0.0 239.2 243.2

H 71 58

R 43 37

ER 32 34

BB 20 21

5 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 11 3 3 3 3 2 1 2 5 3 3 1 17 11 9 8 25 17 13 7 16 13 13 10 22 16 14 14 25 23 19 10 39 37 27 13 4 4 4 2 2 3 3 0 305 214 175 112 260 145 127 71

SO B/AVG. WP 44 .318 6 29 .297 5

2 .333 0 1.000 6 .208 3 .273 4 .192 6 .243 8 .316 11 .276 5 .386 12 .333 17 .411 3 .400 0 1.000 150 .314 199 .279

0 0 2 0 0 4 4 3 2 2 3 2 0 33 16

PB - Team (11), HERNANDEZ 8, REILLY 2, GAETA 1, Opp (7). Pickoffs - Team (8), HILL 4, BEARD, W. 2, HERNANDEZ 1, GAYNOR 1, Opp (4). SBA/ATT - HERNANDEZ (23-28), GAYNOR (8-11), BEARD, W. (7-9), REILLY (6-7), GAETA (47), LILLIS (4-5), HILL (3-4), WARGO (2-3), LAW (2-2), MURPHY (1-2), BAYARD (2-2), ZAVALA (2-2), CAMPBELL (1-1), PETERSON (1-1)

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BIG EAST PLAYERS OF THE YEAR Chris Dominguez, Jr., 3B, Louisville BIG EAST PITCHER OF THE YEAR Justin Marks, Jr., LHP, Louisville BIG EAST FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR George Springer, Fr., OF, Connecticut BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Lelo Prado, USF


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RICHARD L. McCORMICK PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY Richard L. McCormick is the 19th president of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. A scholar of American political history who began his academic career on the Rutgers faculty, he returned as president in 2002 after serving as provost of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and president of the University of Washington. Dr. McCormick’s goal is to advance Rutgers within the top tier of American public research universities. His ambitions for the university include an enriched learning experience for every student; teaching and research focused on global human problems; diversity of students, faculty, staff, and programs; and deeper connections with the people of New Jersey. President McCormick led a major restructuring and reinvigoration of undergraduate education at Rutgers-New Brunswick, the university’s largest campus. The plan, approved in 2006, merged four undergraduate colleges into a School of Arts and Sciences, expanded access to academic programs and learning communities, and established a popular First-Year Seminar program that offers more than 100 courses – each with no more than 20 students – on a wide range of topics taught by top faculty. Other initiatives undertaken during Dr. McCormick’s tenure include: • Establishment of the first-ever universitywide alumni body, the Rutgers University Alumni Association. • The Rutgers Faculty Traveling Seminar, an annual week-long tour of New Jersey for new faculty. • The Rutgers Future Scholars Program, a pilot project to encourage minority and low-income teenagers from the university’s host cities to pursue higher education by offering mentorship and college preparation support, and the promise of free tuition to those admitted to Rutgers. • Rutgers-Camden’s first-ever doctoral-level academic program, a Ph.D. in childhood studies – the first in the nation in this emerging discipline. • Establishment of the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers-Newark’s first new school in more than three decades. Born in 1947, President McCormick earned a B.A. in American studies from Amherst College in 1969 and a Ph.D. in history from Yale University in 1976. He is married to Joan Barry McCormick, RU ’88. She is a Vice President at the Saint Peter’s Healthcare System in New Brunswick. Dr. McCormick has two children, Betsy and Michael.


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DIRECTOR OF INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS A lifetime New Jersey native with a strong passion for his alma mater, Tim Pernetti has come full-circle in becoming one of the nation’s youngest leaders in college athletics. A former studentathlete “On the Banks”, Pernetti was named Rutgers’ sixth Director of Intercollegiate of Athletics on February 26, 2009. He will oversee 24 men’s and women’s intercollegiate teams in New Brunswick, a larger number than fielded at most of the university’s peer institutions. The Division of Intercollegiate Athletics has 212 employees and an annual budget of approximately $56 million, roughly 3 percent of the university’s total $1.8 billion budget. Pernetti has been influential in the world of college athletics since he received a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass media from Rutgers in 1993, and a master’s degree in communication in 1995. Prior to returning to Rutgers, Pernetti was the Executive Vice President, Content, for CBS College Sports Network. In that role, he oversaw the rights and relationship business, on-air talent, and all network programming and content on air, online and across all screens for the nation’s first company dedicated to college sports. Pernetti helped to build the CBS College Sports Network, previously CSTV, prior to its launch in 2003, and has played a critical role in establishing it as the multi-media leader in college sports programming, content, news and information. He was a recipient of the prestigious Sports Business Journal Forty under Forty Award, and the Multichannel News 40 under 40 Award both in 2008. Charged with developing relationships, acquiring rights and creating multi-platform original programming for the first ever 24-hour sports college sports network, Pernetti successfully navigated through a complicated web of media rights deals to come up with new ways to serve college sports fans. Pernetti worked closely with the NCAA and hundreds of schools in every major conference, securing over 2,500 hours of event programming each year and multiple NCAA Championships across 35 men’s and women’s sports. Pernetti was in charge of the CBS College Sports Network exclusive long-term agreements with the US Naval Academy, Mountain West Conference, Conference USA, and the Atlantic 10. Further he managed company relationships with more than 30 conferences and thousands of institutions. Pernetti remains most proud of establishing a strong relationship in women’s collegiate sports including the establishment of a women’s basketball game of the week package in 2004 with the Big East Conference. In 2006, Pernetti spearheaded a landmark multi-media partnership with the NCAA to make CBS College Sports Network the home of Division II Sports. The innovative deal effectively increased the scope and reach of NCAA Division II sports with hundreds of games now available nationally via the broadcast network and online. Pernetti’s commitment to providing greater exposure to women’s and under-served sports is evidenced by the network’s unprecedented coverage of lacrosse and volleyball, among others. He has also been at the forefront of the development and creation of the Collegiate Nationals, which crowns champions in dozens of high endurance sports, and innovative original production including CBS College Sports Network’s groundbreaking NCAA

March Madness Central, NCAA March Madness Highlights on CBS College Sports, and the WIRED franchise which gives viewers an inside look at games and events through wireless microphones on coaches during game action. Prior to joining CBS College Sports Network, Pernetti served eight years at ABC-TV and ABC Sports most recently as Director of Programming, where he was integral in acquiring, managing and developing several ABC Sports properties including college football, the Bowl Championship Series, and college basketball. For five years, Pernetti handled relationships and negotiated television rights with all of the major collegiate conferences. As a student at Rutgers, Pernetti was a four-year letterwinner at tight end on the Rutgers football squad. He was also the color commentator for Rutgers Football on the Rutgers Football Radio Network and announced weekly NFL games nationally on Sports USA Radio. A resident of Oakland, N.J., Pernetti is married to the former Danielle Bahto. His wife also graduated from Rutgers and was a letterwinner on the women’s lacrosse team. Danielle and Tim are the proud parents of their three children – Max, Conor and Natalie.


49 A BRIEF HISTORY

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is one of the leading universities in the nation. The university is comprised of 27 degree-granting divisions; 10 undergraduate colleges, 11 graduate schools, and six schools offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Five are located in Camden, eight in Newark, and 13 in New Brunswick and one in Newark and New Brunswick. Rutgers has a unique history as a colonial college, a land-grant institution, and a state university. Chartered in 1766 as Queen's College, the eighth institution of higher learning to be founded in the colonies, the school opened its doors in New Brunswick in 1771 with a handful of first-year students. During its early years, the college developed as a classic liberal arts institution. In 1825, the name of the college was changed to honor a former trustee and Revolutionary War veteran, Colonel Henry Rutgers. Rutgers College became the land-grant college of New Jersey in 1864, resulting in the establishment of the Rutgers Scientific School, featuring departments of agriculture, engineering, and chemistry. Further expansion in the sciences came with the founding of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station in 1880, the College of Engineering (now the School of Engineering) in 1914, and the College of Agriculture (now the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences) in 1921. The precursors to several other Rutgers divisions were also established during this period: the College of Pharmacy (now the Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy) in 1892, the New Jersey College for Women (now part of the School of Arts and Sciences) in 1918, and the School of Education in 1924. In 1924, Rutgers College officially became Rutgers University, a reflection of the institution’s rapidly expanding number of schools and academic programs. Early in the century, Rutgers had begun offering educational opportunities to women when the New Jersey College for Women (later Douglass College) was founded in 1918, and to adult learners when University College was established in 1934. After World War II, enrollment exploded as Rutgers admitted all qualified candidates under the GI Bill. Rutgers was becoming an institution for all people, and in 1945 and 1956, state legislative acts formally designated Rutgers as The State University of New Jersey. A flurry of expansion ensued. The University of Newark (now Rutgers–Newark) joined Rutgers in 1946, followed by the College of South Jersey (now Rutgers–Camden) in 1950. An ambitious building program added libraries, classrooms, and student housing across the three regional campuses. In 1969, Livingston College opened, providing a coeducational residential experience with a special commitment to diversity. Graduate education in the arts and sciences grew through the establishment of the Graduate School–New Brunswick, the Graduate School–Newark, and the Graduate School–Camden. Professional schools were formed to serve students in the fields of business; communication, information, and library studies; criminal justice; education; fine arts; law; management and labor relations; nursing; planning and public policy; psychology; public affairs and administration; and social work. Meanwhile, as industry and government sought partners in solving problems and advancing knowledge, the concept of the research university emerged. In 1981, Rutgers adopted a blueprint for its transformation into a major public research university. With increased support from state, federal, and corporate partners, Rutgers’ strength in research grew dramatically. In 1989, in recognition of its enhanced stature, Rutgers was invited to join the prestigious Association of American Universities, an organization comprising the top 62 research universities in North America. Today, professors and students work in more than 180 specialized research centers, unraveling mysteries in marine sciences, early childhood education, neuroscience, advanced materials, climate change, nutrition, homeland security, transportation, stem cells, and many other areas that can improve life both in New Jersey and around the world. A 2007 major reorganization of undergraduate education in New Brunswick reinvigorated the undergraduate experience for both students and faculty by combining the traditions and strengths of four undergraduate liberal arts colleges—Douglass, Livingston, Rutgers, and University—into a single School of Arts and Sciences. With 27 schools and colleges, Rutgers offers over 100 undergraduate majors and more than 100 graduate and professional degree programs. The university graduates more than 10,000 students each year, and has more than 350,000 living alumni residing in all 50 states and on six continents. Rutgers also sponsors community initiatives in all 21 New Jersey counties. Universitywide, new degree programs, research endeavors, and community outreach are in development to meet the demands of the 21st century. Today, Rutgers continues to grow, both in its facilities and in the variety and depth of its educational and research programs. The university's goals for the future include the continued provision of the highest quality education, along with the increased support of research and commitment to public service to meet the needs of society. Accounting African & African-American Studies African-American Studies Africana Studies Agricultural Science Allied Health Technologies American Studies Ancient and Medieval Civilizations Animal Science Anthropology Anthropology, Evolutionary Art/Design/Digital Art (B.F.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.A.) Art/Visual Arts (B.F.A.) Art History Astrophysics Biochemistry Bioenvironmental Engineering Biological Sciences Biology Biomathematics Biomedical Technology (B.S.) Biotechnology Botany

Business Administration Cell Biology and Neuroscience Central and Eastern European Studies Chemistry Childhood Studies Chinese Classics Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Criminal Justice Dance East Asian Languages and Area Studies Ecology and Natural Resources Education Economics Education Engineering Applied Sciences Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering

MAJOR PROGRAMS OF STUDY General Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science Engineering Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering English Environmental/Business Economics Environmental Planning and Design Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior Environmental Science European Studies Exercise Science Finance Food Science French General Science Genetics Geography Geological Sciences Geoscience Engineering German History History/French History/Political Science

Hospitality Management Human-Computer Interaction Human Resource Management Independent/Individualized Major Information Systems Information Technology and Informatics Interdisciplinary Major Italian Italian Studies Jewish Studies Journalism and Media Studies Journalism Labor Studies/Employment Relations Landscape Architecture Latino and Hispanic Caribbean Studies Law Liberal Studies Linguistics Management Management and Global Business Marine Sciences Marketing

Mathematics Mathematics, Applied Medical Technology Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine Medieval Studies Meteorology Microbiology Middle Eastern Studies Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Music Nursing Nutritional Sciences Pharmacy Philosophy Physician Assistant Physics Physics, Applied Planning and Public Policy Plant Science Political Science Portuguese Portuguese and Lusophone World Studies Prebusiness

Predentistry Prelaw Premedicine Preveterinary Medicine Psychology Public Health Public Administration Puerto Rican Studies Religion Russian Science, Technology, and Society Science, General Social Work Sociology Spanish Statistics Statistics/Mathematics Teacher Certification Theater Arts Theater Arts, Television and Media Arts Urban Studies Women’s Studies Women’s and Gender Studies Zoology


50 RUTGERS AT A GLANCE • Chartered in 1766 as Queen’s College, Rutgers is the eighth oldest college in the nation. • Rutgers was designated the State University of New Jersey by legislative acts in 1945 and 1956. • Rutgers is New Jersey’s largest public research university and is located on three regional campuses in Camden, Newark, and New Brunswick/Piscataway. • Rutgers was named New Jersey’s land-grant university in 1864 and has a special responsibility for serving the needs of the state. • Rutgers is a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), a highly selective organization comprised of the 62 leading research universities in North America. • There are 27 degree-granting schools and colleges, offering more than 270 total bachelor’s, masters and doctoral and professional degree programs. • Rutgers is one of New Jersey’s major employers with some 4,700 faculty and 6,400 staff. • For every dollar New Jersey invests in Rutgers, the university channels $5 into the state’s economy. In 2003, the amount of state support was $524 million, while the combined effect of university direct and indirect spending was estimated at $2.8 billion. • With holdings of more than 6.4 million volumes, the Rutgers library system ranks among the nation’s largest. • Rutgers enrolls more than 50,000 students, including over 37,000 undergraduates and 13,000 graduate students. • More than 10,000 students each year earn a degree from Rutgers. • The university has more than 350,000 living alumni; nearly 200,000 alumni reside in New Jersey. TEACHING AND LEARNING • Rutgers faculty include MacArthur “genius” Fellows, National Medal of Science and National Medal of Technology recipients, Fulbright Scholars, Guggenheim Fellows, members of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and winners of many other prestigious awards and grants. • The graduate philosophy department is ranked second in the English-speaking world by the Philosophical Gourmet Report. • Rutgers Business School–Newark and New Brunswick is ranked among the top five schools in the country for technology management according to a Journal of Product Innovation Management study. It is tenth out of 51 for international business according to a Journal of International Business Studies report. BusinessWeek ranks the school’s Executive MBA program fifth in the world in the area of strategy and sixth in the area of finance. • The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy is ranked fourth among the nation’s top graduate programs in urban planning according to a survey by Planetizen, a Los Angeles-based planning and development network. RESEARCH • Streptomycin, the first effective cure for tuberculosis, and other potent antibiotics were discovered at Rutgers by Professor Selman Waksman and his students in the 1940s. Waksman received the Nobel Prize for his important contributions to medicine. • The New Brunswick campus is home to the New Jersey Stem Cell Institute, a joint endeavor with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. The institute is devoted to finding new and effective approaches to treating seemingly incurable diseases such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, and spinal cord injury. • The Rutgers Cell and DNA Repository is a valuable resource for researchers around the world studying the role heredity plays in complex genetic diseases such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, Alzheimer’s, alcoholism, diabetes, and Tourette's syndrome. • The Protein Data Bank, based at Rutgers, is the international repository of three-dimensional protein structures. With $30 million in federal funding, the data bank provides vital information on more than 35,000 proteins and other macromolecules for scientists working to design more effective treatments for disease. • Rutgers’ Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences ranks among America’s top 15 marine research organizations based on peer competition for National Science Foundation research funding. • The Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, the only pharmacy school in New Jersey, ranks in the top 10 percent among pharmacy schools nationwide in research dollars awarded by the National Institutes of Health. • Rutgers holds more than 400 patents and, since 1989, has licensed nearly 50 start-up or early-stage companies. • Rutgers is a partner in the Southern African Large Telescope, one of the world's largest optical telescopes and the southern hemisphere's newest eye-on-the-sky. • Rutgers University is leading the Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium, a $52.7 million research program to reveal the roles that proteins play in life’s most fundamental processes. SERVICE TO NEW JERSEY • Rutgers’ Center for Government Services trains New Jersey’s municipal employees to better serve their constituents and certifies approximately 17,000 annually. • The Rutgers Business School operates the New Jersey Small Business Development Centers in all 21 counties, serving more than 7,000 clients annually and offering classes to some 15,000 individuals. • In 2005, Continuous Education and Outreach offered over 3,700 course sections to more than 50,000 individuals. Courses are offered in almost every county in New Jersey. • The Office of the New Jersey State Climatologist at Rutgers is the state’s official weather resource. • Each year, Rutgers holds the New Jersey Folk Festival and Ag Field Day on a single Saturday in April, bringing together some 15,000 people to celebrate the state’s diverse populations and agricultural heritage. SERVICE TO THE NATION • Rutgers research on life deep beneath the ocean’s surface is prominently featured in “Volcanoes of the Deep,” an IMAX film shown at museums around the country. • Rutgers’ agricultural research has led to durable turfgrass, juicy tomatoes, disease-resistant dogwoods, and improved varieties of asparagus. Rutgers turfgrass varieties are used at Yankee Stadium, Central Park, and other venues nationwide. • Nationally respected institutes at Rutgers such as the National Transit Institute and the National Institute for Early Education Research are helping to shape United States and state policy in critical areas. • Rutgers is the nation’s primary source for antiterror security training for public transit workers. • Most meals ready to eat (MREs) manufactured for our nation’s troops are produced using Rutgers-developed technology. • The Douglass Developmental Disabilities Center is a pioneer in developing effective methods to help autistic children.


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DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, has produced numerous alumni who have achieved high levels of success in their chosen fields. All told, Rutgers has over 380,000 living alumni around the world, nearly 250,000 of whom presently live in New Jersey.

2009 INDUCTEES Walter G. Alexander II, COE ‘43, The first black man to graduate from Rutgers' College of Engineering in 1943, Walter G. Alexander was a scholar, a pioneer, and a leader. An excellent student, he graduated seventh in his engineering class and was a member of Tau Beta Pi, the Engineering Honor Society. He also participated in track and field as well as cross country. After completing his Rutgers education in mechanical engineering, he trained in the military and was commissioned as a second lieutenant Tuskegee Airman in June 1945. He later became the first black man to be appointed to New Jersey's State Board of Dentistry in 1972. Alexander retired in 2007, having practiced dentistry for more than 50 years. Dorothy W. Cantor, Graduate School of APP ‘ 76, Became the first person with a Psy.D. degree and the first woman clinician to lead the American Psychological Association, the world's largest association of psychologists. Under her leadership, the APA developed the landmark document, Your Mental Health Rights, which was distributed to President Bill Clinton, all members of Congress, as well as health care provider organizations. She has served as president of the American Psychological Foundation since 2001.

Kristin Davis Mason Gross ‘87, Kristin Davis became a household name for her portrayal of Charlotte York in Sex and the City, the HBO series about four single women who confront hard-won truths about romance and sexuality while juggling careers and friendship in New York City. She and the ensemble cast won or were nominated for numerous awards. Davis reprised the role in 2008 when Sex and the City was released on the silver screen; a sequel is due in 2010. At Rutgers, Davis studied under legendary acting coach and theater arts professor William Esper. Mir A. Imran, SOE ‘77, Mir Imran is a renowned scientist and prolific inventor who has achieved great success through his venture roles in various high-tech and biomedical companies. Among his most notable accomplishments is the development of the world's first automatic implantable defibrillator, a device that has saved more than two million lives since 1981 and is a standard of care in cardiology. Imran is also the founder and CEO of InCube Laboratories, Inc., one of North America's oldest and most successful medical device incubators that works to develop high-growth companies that solve major clinical problems through technological innovation. As a scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, or investor, Imran has been named in nearly 350 patents. Ralph Izzo, Business School ‘02, Ralph Izzo has been chairman, president, and CEO of PSEG (Public Service Enterprise Group) since 2007, after holding executive positions within PSEG's family of companies since 1992. PSEG, whose annual revenues are more than $13 billion, was ranked fourth on Fortune magazine's 2009 "World's Most Admired

TODAY SHOW HOST NATALIE MORALES

Companies" list in the electric and gas industry. In 2007, NJBIZ named PSEG New Jersey Corporation of the Year for its financial stability, leadership on environmental issues, and commitment to the state.

Natalie Morales, RC ‘94, Natalie Morales joined NBC's popular Today show as a national correspondent in 2006. In 2007, she was named a co-anchor of the show's fourth hour; she also fills in regularly at the news desk. Prior to signing on with Today, Morales was an anchor and correspondent at MSNBC since March 2002. In these national roles, she has contributed to NBC News coverage of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino and the 2004 Summer Games in Athens. Hispanic Magazine named Morales a "Top Hispanic to Watch" in 2005, and a "Top Trendsetter" in 2003. She also co-hosted and reported for the Emmy-nominated documentary Save Our Sound, a joint production with WNBC-TV New York about preserving the Long Island Sound. PREVIOUS INDUCTEES Judge Abraham Abuchowski, CCAS ’70, GSNB ’75, Created drugs to treat childhood diseases and later founded Enzon, Inc. Rutgers–Camden placed him among its top 50 graduates at its 50th anniversary in 2000. (2002) Roger G. Ackerman, Eng ’60, GSNB ‘62 Corning visionary who led the company to the forefront of the digital age through his work on fiberoptics for internet systems. (2001) Martin Agronsky, RC ’36, Distinguished Journalist; Emmy Winner. Best known as the host of PBS television's Washington-based political talk show Agronsky & Company, Martin Agronsky pioneered the "talking heads" news format. He died in 1999 at age 84. (1995) Phillip Alampi, Ag ’34,GSE ’45, NJ Secretary of Agriculture. He earned 146 awards, including an honorary doctorate from Rutgers in 1969 and the Rutgers Alumni Association's Ernest T. Gardner Award for public leadership in 1985. He died in 1992 at age 79. (1994) Adrienne Scotchbrook Anderson, DC ’45, LHD ’91, Engineer; Chair, Board of Governors (1993) Richard L. Aregood, CCAS ’65, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist and threetime winner of the Distinguished Writing Award of the American Society of Newspaper Editors. (1993) Jerome Aresty, RC '51, Developed Alfred Dunner Inc, a major sportswear firm in 1964. The company rose to the top of the fashion industry and currently has annual sales of nearly $100 million. Aresty has since retired from the business and concentrates his efforts on supporting several philanthropic organizations; chief among them is Rutgers. The state-of-the-art Aresty Amphitheater at Rutgers Stadium a prime example of his generosity. He passed away on June 5, 2009. (2007) Richard H. Askin Jr., RC ‘69, Askin recently completed a successful tenure as the second-longest-serving chairman and CEO of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the honorary organization responsible for the Primetime Emmy Awards. For 10 years, he was president and CEO of Tribune Entertainment Company. (2008) Alice Aycock, DC ’68, Yale Professor; Sculptor (1993) Margaret C. Ayers, DC ’63, Philanthropist, activist. She is president and CEO of the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation. The foundation supports projects that advance women's reproductive rights and health nationally, monitor government performance in providing services to New York's most impoverished and vulnerable residents, and promote and nurture the arts in New York. (1998) Mary L. Baglivo, RC ‘79, One of the highest ranking women in the U.S. communications industry. As CEO and chair of the Americas at Saatchi & Saatchi, she has a seat on the Worldwide Executive Board and is responsible for the largest agency within the global network as well as Saatchi’s Latin American and Canadian regions. member of the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement and

IRON CHEF MARIO BATALI the 2007 Woman of the Year title by Advertising Women of New York. She sits on the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, serving as chair of The Rutgers Fund. She also supports the Mary L. Baglivo Scholarship in the School of Communications, Information and Library Studies. (2008) Charles Bailey, RC ’30, Heart Surgeon (1991), Passed away in 1993. Sol J. Barer, Graduate School-NB ‘74, Celgene Corporation’s chairman and CEO, delivering innovative and life-changing products that treat cancer and other severe immune/inflammatory conditions. (2008) Harland Bartholomew, Eng ’11, City planner (1998). For many years he was president of Harland Bartholomew & Associates, a firm that served as city planners for at least 125 major American and Canadian cities. He died in December 1989, a few months after his 100th birthday. Mario F. Batali, RC ‘82 Highly regarded for his New York restaurants, bestselling cookbooks, popular television programs, and philanthropy. (2004) Julia Baxter-Bates, DC ’38, The first African-American student admitted to Douglass College and was a Research Director for New York NAACP (1996). Julia Bates died in 2003. Fannie Bear Besser, NLaw ’20, Lawyer that was an Advocate for the Poor and social justice for over 60 years. In 1989, she earned the governor's Alice Paul Humanitarian Award for professional performance that exemplifies the "best and noblest characteristics of humankind." She died in 1992, just shy of her 92nd birthday. (1992) Felix M. Beck, SB ’49, GSM ’53, Housing and mortgage Executive. Was president of the Mortgage Bankers of America in 1983 and 1984. He also served as chair and CEO of Margaretten Financial Corporation and Margaretten & Company, Inc. (1998) Elise Biorn-Hansen Boulding, DC ’40, Founder of the International Peace Research Association. In 1990 she was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize by the American Friends Service Committee. (1994) Samuel G. Blackman, RC ’27, GSNB ’30, AP Journalist who broke Lindbergh kidnapping story. Retired from Journalism in 1969 to direct the American Press Institute. He passed away in 1995. (1997) Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein, NLaw, 1911 A member of the first graduating class of Rutgers School of Law-Newark, she was one of the first women to practice law in New Jersey and ran one of the most active law practices in Newark. She Died in 1991. (2001) F. Herbert Bormann, Ag ’48, Renowned Ecologist and past president of the Ecological Society of America and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the National Academy of Science. (1988) Joseph P. Bradley, RC 1836, President Ulysses S. Grant appointed him to the U.S. Supreme Court in 1870, where he served until his death in 1892. (1991)


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ACTRESS CALISTA FLOCKHART Floyd H. Bragg, RC ’36, Chairman, He served as chair of Rutgers' Board of Governors and of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, as well as president of the Rutgers Alumni Association. (1991) Philip Milledoler Brett, RC 1892, New York City Lawyer and former Rutgers President from 1930-1932. Brett Died in 1960 at the age of 89. (1998) Leonie Milhomme Brinkema, DC ‘66; SCILS ‘70 Legal professonal who led the conviction of three men who were directly involved in the attacks on Sept. 11. Avery F. Brooks, LC ’73, MGSA ’75, Actor, Director, Teacher. starred as Captain Sisko, the main character in the TV series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. (1993) Charles H. Brower, RC ’25, CEO, BBD&O; Chair, Board of Governors. He was inducted into the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame in 1981. (1993) Arthur R. Brown, Jr. GSNB ’77, Served as a county agricultural agent with Rutgers Cooperative Extension for several years before Gov. Tom Kean named him New Jersey’s Secretary of Agriculture in 1982. Also worked for Gov. Jim Florio and Gov. Christine Whitman. (2002) Lester R. Brown, Ag ’55, Global Environmentalist and joined the U.S. Department of Agriculture in 1959. President World Watch (1995) Wayne R. Bryant, CLAW '72 Former New Jersey state senator (1995-2008) and Attorney (2005) Frank R. Burns, Ed ’49, GSE ’64, Former Head Football Coach. Inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame in 1989. (1993) Ruth Ann Burns, DC ’67, GSNB ’75, Public Television Executive (1989) John J. Byrne, Jr., RC ’54, Chairman & CEO of Fund American Enterprises, Inc.; Former Chairman & CEO of GEICO Corporation (1996) William T. Cahill, CLaw ’37, New Jersey Governor. He died in 1996 at age 84(1990) Patricia Smith Campbell,DC ‘63 A research scientist with ALZA, pioneered the development of the technologies that allow treatments by using adhesive patches to deliver a controlled dose of medicine through the skin. (2004) James Dickson Carr, RC 1892, Lawyer; First African-American Graduate. Died in 1920. (1991) Clifford P. Case, RC ’25, Former Congressmen and U.S. Senator. passed away in 1982 (1988) Ida L. Castro, GSNB ’78, NLaw ’82, Chairwoman of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, first Latina recipient of the Rutgers Hall of Distinguished Alumni Award. Stanley F. Cherrie, RC '64, A member of the Rutgers baseball and football teams who went on to become an officer in the U.S. Army where he rose to brigadier general and had two assignments in Vietnam. Earned the Distinguished Superior Service Medal before he retired from the U.S. Army in April 1998. Deron L. Cherry, Cook ’81, Former football great, business entrepreneur, Co-owner NFL football team (2000) Jay Chiat, Educ ’53, Influential advertising giant, a trailblazer whose creative genius revolutionized his industry (2000) Carol Teda Christ, DC ‘ 66 In 2002, Carol Tecla Christ became the 10th president of Smith College, one of the largest women’s colleges in the nation. She was inducted into the Douglass Society in 2001. Chiat died in April 2002. (2003)

John P. Clum, RC 1874, American frontiersman, was acting governor of New Mexico territory. Clum died in 1932. (1996) Stanley N. Cohen, RC ’56, Geneticist and he was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame for his DNA research (1994) Barbara Bell Coleman, Newark College of Arts and Sciences 1974 Former President of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Newark, coordinating development programs for 5,000 youngsters. (2004) Kevin J. Collins, NLaw ’64, Attorney, investment banking authority. He has been chair of the Rutgers Board of Governors and Board of Trustees, and the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (1998) David L. Cowen, RC ’30, GSNB ’31, Pharmaceutical Historian and former chairmen at the Council of the Institute of Pharmacy for 10 years. Cown passed away in 2006. (1992) Spencer R. Crew, GSNB ’73, ‘79 Executive director and chief executive officer of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati, Ohio. The center, “show(s) the pro-active way African Americans sought freedom and the way people united in support of the belief that freedom was important to preserve for everyone.” (2003) James Cullen, RC ’64, Business executive and former president of Bell Atlantic Enterprises, New Jersey Bell, and the Bell Atlantic Corporation. He oversaw the merger of Bell Atlantic and NYNEX and was chair of the national steering committee for the Rutgers Campaign (2002) Robert Curvin, NCAS ’60, SSW ’67, Political scientist; Author; National Advocate for the Poor (1995) William H.S. Demarest, RC 1883, Rutgers University President. Died in 1956. (1992) Simeon DeWitt, RC 1776, George Washington’s Chief Geographer. Died in 1834. (1995) Robert A. Druskin, RC ’69, Chief Operating Officer of Citigroup Inc. Established the Harriett and Robert Druskin Endowed Scholarship in 2001, which aids hard-working students who face financial challenges. He received the 200102 Rutgers University Medal for Philanthropic Excellence. He is also a member of the university's Board of Trustees. Rene J. Dubos, GSNB ’27, Bacteriologist; Environmentalist. Dubos wrote 20 books, including So Human An Animal, for which he won a Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction in 1969. Dubos died in 1982. (1992) Janet Evanovich, DC ’65, Author of the popular comedycrime novels featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. The number-one New York Times best-selling Plum novels have been described as part Indiana Jones, part Moonlighting, and part Midnight Run.(2002) Calista Flockhart, MGSA ‘88 Flockhart became a household name, having starred for five years in the highly rated television show Ally McBeal. Won the 1998 Golden Globe award and a 1999 Emmy for outstanding comedy series. Stars on ABC drama Brothers and Sisters. (2003) Jim Florio, CLaw ’67, Former Congressmen and New Jersey Governor. He was the former chair of the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. (1995) Sharon A. Fordham, DC ‘75 The chief executive officer of WeightWatchers.com, Inc., she has earned many industry awards for her new product efforts, including several Edison Awards for “New Product of the Year” and Gold Effies for Most Effective Advertising. (2003) Jeanne M. Fox, DC ’75, CLaw ’79, Environmentalist, Feminist, Fox is president of the state's Board of Public Utilities. She is Former Regional Administrator for U.S. EPA (1997) Frederick T. Frelinghuysen, RC 1836, Senator, U.S. Secretary of State. Died in 1885 (1990) Milton Friedman, RC ’32, Economist and he won the Nobel Prize for economics in 1976. He passed away in 2006. (1987) C. Reed Funk, GSNB ’62, Joined Cook College as an instructor in 1956 and led one of the world’s most productive turf grass-breeding programs for 34 years. Albert R. Gamper, Jr., UCN ’66, President and CEO of The CIT Group until 2004, charter member of the Rutgers Board of Trustees, a member of the Board of Governors and the Board Overseers. James J. Gandolfini, RC ‘83 Star of the Emmy-award winning HBO series, the Sopranos which earned him numerous Emmy, Screen Actors Guild, and Golden Globe awards and nominations. (2004)

Ronald W. Giaconia, RC '58, Retired president of Giaconia Life Associates, Inc. A former baseball player who created the Ron and Toni Giaconia Endowed Scholarship for Rutgers baseball players. His various philanthropic efforts earned him the Silver Keystone award from the Boys & Girls Clubs of America. He was also the former chair of the university's Board of Trustees and vice chair of the Board of Governors. He received a Meritorious Service Award in 1993 and a Loyal Sons of Rutgers Award in 1998. Louis Gluck, RC '48 Considered the father of Neonatologist. Died in 1997. (2005) Arthur M. Goldberg, RC ’63, Former President & CEO of Park Place Entertainment Corp., Bally Total Fitness Holding Corp. and chairman of DeGiorgio Company. Goldberg died in 2000. Bernard R. Goldberg, RC '67 Author, Television journalist, Real Sports with Bryan Gumbel. He has won a total of 8 Emmy awards. (2005) Matthew Golombek, RC ’76, Geologist, senior research scientist at NASA. (1998) Michael Gottlieb, MD, RC ’69, World-renowned AIDS doctor & researcher. He is a cofounder of the American Foundation for AIDS Research. (1996) William Elliot Griffis, RC 1869, Educator, Targum Founder. Griffis died in 1928. (1990) Jean Coughlan Griswold, DC ’52, GSE ’56, Founder & Chief Executive, Special Care, Inc. (1995) Richard M. Hale, AG ’44, GSNB ’48, Industrialist, Community Leader, Chairman & CEO of Halecrest Company. He served as president of the New Jersey Aggregates Association and founded the New Jersey Alliance for Action. Hale died in 2004. (1997) Elizabeth Cavanna Harrison, DC ’29, Author and has wrote more than 80 books. Harrison died in 2001 at age 92. (1990) Terry Hart, GSNB ’78, Astronaut (1994) Douglas R. Heir, CLaw ’85, Lawyer, Writer. One of the world's greatest wheelchair athletes, he has won more than 300 gold medals. (1987) John J. Heldrich, UCNB ’50, Former Executive Committee & Board of Directors, Johnson & Johnson (1995) George William Hill, RC 1859, World-renowned astronomer in celestial mechanics. Hill received a gold medal from the Royal Astronomical Society of London in 1887 and the Damoiscan Prize of the Paris Academy of Sciences for his research on the lunar theory. He died in 1914. (1996) Washington C. Hill, CCAS '61 One of the foremost perinatologists in the world and a leading expert on maternal-fetal medicine. Chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology and director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Florida. (2006) Garret A. Hobart, RC 1863, U.S. Vice President. Died in 1899 (1990) Arthur J. Holland, UCNB ’54, GSNB ’59, Mayor of Trenton for 26 years. Holland died in 1989. (1990) Richard J. Hughes, NLaw ’31, New Jersey Governor. he had served as assistant U.S. attorney for the District of New Jersey, and as a judge on the Mercer County Court Bench, the state Superior Court, and later in the state Appellate Division. He died in 1992. (1987) William J. Hughes, RC ’55, CLaw ’58, Former Democratic Congressman and ambassador to Panama (1995-1998). (1997)

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PHILADELPHIA 76ERS HEAD COACH EDDIE JORDAN Jerry Izenberg, NCAS ’52, Sports Writer, Newark Star-Ledger. A member of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Hall of Fame. (1991) Jack H. Jacobs, RC ’66, GSNB ‘72 Col. Jack Jacobs, who entered military service through Rutgers ROTC, earned the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1969, the nation’s highest military award, for exceptional heroism on the battlefields of Vietnam. He also holds three Bronze Stars and two Silver Stars. Herb Jaffee, NCAS ’54, Former Legal Affairs Editor, Newark Star-Ledger. He is a two-time winner of the American Bar Association's Certificate of Merit in Journalism. (1991) Paul "Pete" Jennings, RC ’45, Cardiologist, educator, author (1998) Edward M. Jordan National Basketball Association Player, Coach Livingston College 1977. In 2003, the Washington Wizards named Jordan head coach, a position he held through 2008 Samuel B. Judah, RC 1816, First Jewish graduate of Rutgers. He served as Speaker of the House from 1840–41. President Andrew Jackson appointed him U.S. District Attorney for Indiana in 1829, a position he held until 1833. Judah died in 1869. (199 Robert E. Kelley, Ed ’56, Lieutenant General of the U.S. Air Force,Vietnam War hero, co-captained the Scarlet Knights football team, was All-American in lacrosse, and was inducted into the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame. James P. Kelly, UCN ‘73 Retired Chairman and CEO for United Parcel Service. (2001) Ricardo M. Khan, RC ’73, MGSA ’77, Founder/ Director of Crossroads Theatre (1992) Alfred J. Kilmer, RC ’08, Known and loved by generations as the heroic World War I soldier-poet, he left a rich legacy of books and poetry, the most famous, "Trees". On July 30, 1918 he was killed in action. (2000) William English Kirwan II GSNB, ‘62, ’64, Former President of Ohio State University. In 2002, William English Kirwan II became chancellor of one of the nation's largest university systems, the University of Maryland who has a national reputation for raising academic standards. (2000) David Lloyd Kreeger, RC ’29, Lawyer, Art Collector. In 1948, he purchased a tiny, privately-owned insurance company— Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO). Kreeger died in November 1990. (1988) Alfred C. Koeppe, NCAS ‘69 Served as president and CEO of New Jersey Bell and is now president and chief operating officer of The Public Service Electric & Gas Co. Gov. James McGreevey appointed Mr. Koeppe as chairman of the state’s Economic Development Authority, in which he will oversee New Jersey’s multibilliondollar school construction program, and arrange low-cost financing for new businesses. (2003) Frederick J. Kroesen, RC ’44, CC ’80, LHD ’84, Four-Star General, Commander NATO European Forces (1993) Alexander S. Kroll, RC ’62, Retired Chairman & CEO of Young & Rubican, Inc., Henry Rutgers scholar & All-American football player. He was inducted into the Rutgers Football Hall of Fame, the national College Football Hall of Fame, and the American Advertising Federation's Hall of Fame. (1996) Barbara J. Krumsiek, DC ’74, manages billion-dollar portfolios of mutual funds is resident, CEO, and vice chair of the Calvert Group, Ltd. (2000)

Irwin M. Lachman, School of Engineering '52, Member of a research team at Corning Glass Works (now Corning Inc.), Lachman and his research teammates received the 2003 National Medal of Technology and was also inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame in 2002. In 2005, he was recognized as the Malcolm G. McLaren Distinguished Lecturer by Rutgers' School of Engineering. Clifton R. Lacy, Livingston College ‘75 Former senior vice president for medical affairs and chief of staff at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital. In 2004, Lacy was named president and CEO of RWJ University Hospital and in 2006, he left that position to develop and direct the new Institute for Disaster and Terror Medicine UMDNJ-RWJ Medical School and RWJ University Hospital.(2004) Louis Lasagna, RC ’43, Acknowledged as the “father of clinical pharmacology.” His 1954 paper on the placebo response was cited by The Lancet as one of the landmark papers of the twentieth century. Lasagna died in 2003. (2002) Laynee La Vecchia, DC ’76, NLaw ‘79 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Laurance Leeds, School of Eng. '34 Expert in the technology of high-energy propagation of electrical waves through space. Integral the introduction of television on a mass scale and the use of radar during World War II. He died in 1997 at age 90. (2006) Irwin Lerner, SB ’51, GSM ’58, Served as President and CEO of Hoffmann-LaRoche during his 32-year career, oversaw the passage of the landmark Prescription Drug User Fee legislation. (2000) Gerald H. Lipkin, NCAS '63 Chief executive officer of Valley National. Chairman and president of the bank's board of directors. (2006) Edward V. Lipman, Ag ’33, GSNB ’39, Corporate Board of Directors, Ocean Spray. Lipman died in 1998 at age 87. (1995) Jacob G. Lipman, RC 1898, Dean, College of Agriculture, Director of N.J. Agricultural Experiment Station. Died in 1939. (1992) Robert E. Lloyd, RC ‘67, A prominent figure in Rutgers basketball history, having led the team to its first post-season appearance in 1967 while being named the school’s first AllAmerican. A member of the Rutgers Basketball Hall of Fame and his was the first jersey retired by the university. Lloyd was also a success in the business world as CEO of several software companies, retiring in 1996 to devote more time to The V Foundation for Cancer Research, of which he has been chairman since its inception in 1993. The V Foundation, which has raised more than $70 million and awarded research grants in 37 states and the District of Columbia, was established by ESPN and the late Jim Valvano RC’67—Lloyd’s roommate, teammate, and friend—to support “the brilliant researchers that will eventually find cures for cancer.” Prior to his business career, Lloyd played two years for the NBA’s New Jersey Nets. He then launched a successful sales and marketing career. (2008) Virginia Long, NLaw ‘66 New Jersey Supreme Court Justice. (2001) Leonor F. Loree, RC 1877, Railroad magnate, Influential Rutgers Trustee. Died in 1940. (1997) Duncan L. MacMillan, RC '66 Designed computer systems by which the Bloomberg Company uses to disseminate information and communicates data. Member of the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers. (2006) Beverly L. Malone, GSNB ’72, A national leader in nursing, education, and patients rights and she was president of the American Nurses Association from 1996–2000. She was named one of the "Top 100 Most Influential AfricanAmericans" by Ebony magazine (2000) George W. Mamo, Camden Arts and Sciences ‘76 Former vice president for administration of Feed the Children, an international relief organization. Yolanda J. Mapp, DC ’53, Physician (1992) Bernard Marcus, Pharm ’54, co-founder of The Home Depot, Inc., one of the world’s largest home improvement retailer, (2000) Ernest Mario, Pharm ’61, Pharmaceutical executive (1998) William Mastrosimone, MGSA ’80, Playwright (1989) Richard P. McCormick, RC ’38, GSNB ’40, LHD ’82, Professor of History Emeritus, Rutgers University Historian. Richard P. McCormick died in 2006. (1990)

Malcolm McLaren, Eng ’50, GSNB ’51, ‘62 Served as chairman of the U.N. World Health Organization’s committee on lead poisoning from ceramics glazes on dinnerware and led the effort to create international standards that allowed worldwide trade. Developed the university-government-industrial collaboration that resulted in the Center for Ceramic Research and Fiber Optic Materials Research Program at Rutgers. He died in 1996. (2001) Robert Menendez, NLaw ’79, U.S. Congressman for New Jersey, the 4th ranking Democrat in the U.S. House of Representatives. In November 2006, New Jerseyans elected Menendez to serve a full six-year term senator. Ratemo W. Michieka, CC ’74, GSE ’75, GSNB ‘78 Former director-general of the National Environmental Management Authority in Kenya. He has held administrative positions at the World Bank and the United Nations Environment Program, and consulted for CARE and the Swedish International Development Agency. (2003) Morris Milgram, NCAS ’39, Affordable Housing Pioneer. Milgram died in 1997 at age 81. (1993) Julane W. Miller-Armbrister, DC '74, School of Social Work '79 Business executive, Social activist (2005) Marilyn J. Morheuser, NLaw ’73, Civil Rights Activist and Lawyer. She died from cancer in 1995. (1997) John Howard Morrow, RC ’31, First U.S. Ambassador to Republic of Guinea. Morrow died in 2000. (1991) David A. Morse, RC ’29, Director General ILO, Nobel Laureate. He died in 1990 at age 83. (1991) Robert E. Mortensen, ED '63 Business executive, Humanitarian (2005) James Neilson, RC 1866, Pioneer in Soil Improvement, Drainage & Chemical Fertilizers. Died in 1937. (1995) Oswald G. Nelson, RC ’25, NLaw ’30, Entertainer. Ozzie Nelson died in California in 1975. (1989) Susan Ness, DC ’70, Attorney, FCC Commissioner from 1994-2001. (1998) William Newell, RC ’1836 Physician, U.S. Congressman and governor of New Jersey. Died in 1901. (2001) Nathan M. Newmark, Eng ’30, Civil Engineer. Newmark died in 1988. (1989) Roy Franklin Nichols, RC ’18, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Historian. He died in 1972 at age 76. (1994) Elizabeth M. Norman, College of Nursing ‘73 Award-winning author who wrote Women at War (1990) and We Band of Angels (2000), two historical works chronicling the work of war-time nurses. Janet Lippe Norwood, DC ’45, Commissioner, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics from 1979-1991. (1987)

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James O’Brien, RC ’57, An expert on El Niño, in which unusually warm water forms in the eastern Pacific off the coast of South America, affecting global ecosystems and jet stream location. (2002) Eugene M. O'Hara, UC-N '62 Former CFO, Prudential. served as Rutgers chair of the university's Board of Governors and on the Board of Trustees, the Rutgers University Foundation Board of Overseers, and the President's Council. (2005) Hazel Rollins O’Leary, NLaw ’66, U.S. Secretary of Energy. In 2004, she became president of Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee. (1994) Remigio U. Pane, RC ’38, Professor of Italian. Pane died in 2000 at age 88. (1992) Herbert Pardes, RC ‘56, President and CEO of NewYorkPresbyterian Hospital and NewYork-Presbyterian Healthcare System. A noted psychiatrist, Pardes served as director of the National Institute of Mental Health and U.S. Assistant Surgeon General during the Carter and Reagan administrations. He was also president of the American Psychiatric Association. He was elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, the Sarnat International Prize in Mental Health, and the U.S. Army Commendation Medal. (2008) John A. Pino, AG '44, GSNB '51 Scientist, Humanitarian (2005) Robert Pinsky, RC ’62, US Poet Laureate, Pinsky’s poems have appeared in such magazines as The New Yorker and The New Republic. Has received dozens of prestigious citations, including awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Guggenheim Foundation, and the American Academy of Arts and Letters.(2002) Clark V. Poling, RC ’33, World War II Chaplain (1990) Sylvia B. Pressler, NLaw ’59, Presiding Judge, New Jersey Superior Court, Appellate Division. Retired in 2004. (2002) Clement A. Price, GSNB '75 History professor at Rutgers-Newark for 37 years and since 2002, has served as a Board of Governors Distinguished Service Professor. (2006) Paris Qualles, RC ’74 A highly-respected screenwriter and producer-director for television, his TV movies include the acclaimed "The Tuskegee Airmen," which won an Emmy in 1995, and, "The Color of Friendship," which won an Emmy for "Outstanding Children’s Program" in 2000. (2001) Sheryl Lee Ralph, RC ‘75 Originated the role of Deena Jones in the musical Dreamgirls, which earned her a Tony Award nomination and a Drama Desk Award nomination for best actress. Is also a mainstay on television, most recently as a cast member of Moesha (2002) Norman Reitman, RC ’32, Cardiologist (1992) Thomas A. Renyi, RC ’67, GSM ’68, Chairman and CEO of The Bank of New York Company Inc, the nation’s oldest bank. After the 2007 merger with Mellon Financial Corp., he became executive chair of The Bank of New York Mellon. (2002) Paul Robeson, RC ’19, Actor, Singer, Activist. Died in 1976. (1987) Eduardo C. Robreno, Claw ’78, Started his career as a trial attorney with the Justice Department’s Antitrust Division, then practiced for 11 years with two Philadelphia law firms in the area of commercial litigation, including bankruptcy, real estate, construction, unfair trade practices, libel, labor, and administrative law. (2002)

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Alvin J. Rockoff, RC ’49, Community leader, former Chairman of Rutgers Board of Governors (1997) Peter W. Rodino, Jr., NLaw ’37, LLD ’75, U.S. Congressman for four decades. Rodino died in 2005 at age 95. (1993) Joseph H. Rodriguez, CLaw ’58, First Hispanic judge of U.S. District Court for NJ, Public advocate & defender (1996) John S. Ruggieri, CCAS ‘68 In 1990, he sold his interest in Comar Inc., a leading pharmaceuticals container manufacturer, and bought a 50,000acre ranch in Kenya, thus preventing its subdivision and preserving its function as a migratory route for elephants and a shelter for zebras, gazelles, lions and giraffes, as well as saving the jobs of its 100 workers. Philip S. Schein, RC '61 Professor, Cancer researcher. Schein was ranked as one of the 120 best doctors in America. (2005) Barry Schuler, RC '76 Founded Medior Inc., a multimedia design firm, which pioneered the use of interactive multimedia for such applications as e-commerce, digital music and entertainment. When AOL merged with Time Warner, Schuler became AOL's chair and CEO. (2006) Peter Schultz, GSNB ’67, One of the key inventors of the century, propelled us all into the Information Age when he and two colleagues invented an optical fiber that has become the basis of the Information Superhighway (2000) James Schureman, QC 1775, Revolutionary War hero, served as the New Jersey delegate to the Continental Congress (1786), the first federal congress (1989-91). Former New Brunswick Mayor. Died in 1824. Gregory Kellam Scott, Ag ’70, GSE ’71, Youngest and first African-American Justice on Colorado Supreme Court (1997) George Segal, GSNB ’63, Sculptor. Died in 2000. (1987) Michael Shaara, RC ’51, Pulitzer Prize winning author for The Killer Angels; also wrote For Love of the Game, which later became a movie. Shaara died in 1988. George Henry Sharpe, RC 1847, 1850 Raised a regiment, the 120th New York, and commanded it during fighting in the Fredericksburg, Va., area during the Civil War. Served as a Rutgers College trustee until his death in 1900. (2006) Carole Frandsen St. Mark, DC ’65, Current president of Growth Management, a business development and strategic management company in Stamford. Former President & CEO, Pitney Bowes Business Services (1995) Raymond O. Stark, RC ‘35 He is one of Hollywood’ most successful producers, as well as a respected philanthropist. His classic films include "Funny Girl," "The Goodbye Girl," "The Way We Were," "The Sunshine Boys" and "Steel Magnolias." He led Ray Stark Productions and the Fran and Ray Stark Foundation until his death in 2004. (2001) David Stern, RC ’63, Commissioner of the National Basketball Association; under Stern's leadership, the NBA has added several franchises, enjoyed an increase in revenues, expanded its national television exposure dramatically, launched the WNBA, and created the National Basketball Development League. Jeffrey A. Torborg; School of Education 1963 Former Rutgers All-American, 10-year Major League veteran and Major League manager who caught three no-hitters and was named the American League Manager of the Year in 1990. (2004) Robert Torricelli, RC ’75, NLaw ’77, United States Senator from 1997-2003. (1998) William Trager , RC ’30, His seminal research in the laboratory culture of malarial parasites will surely lead to the development of a life-saving vaccine to conquer malaria. Trager died in 2005 at age 94. (2000) James Valvano, RC ’67, Legendary basketball coach at North Carolina State and later a sports announcer, established The V Foundation which has awarded more than $45 million for cancer research. Valvano died in 1993 at age 47. Luke Visconti, Cook '82, Co-founded Diversity Inc in 1998. He is also a supporter of diversity-related charities and in 2006 he helped form the DiversityInc Foundation. Harry J. Volk, RC ’27, SL-N ‘30 Executive and philanthropist, revolutionized the insurance and banking industries, spotting the loophole in federal laws that made it possible for banks to for holding companies. Mr.

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Volk’s innovations included daily interest compounding, banking by mail, and aggressive marketing. He was a founder of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Los Angeles Music Center. Foster Voorhees, RC ‘1876, Left a lasting imprint on the social fabric of New Jersey and on Rutgers. As New Jersey’s governor, the lifelong bachelor implemented reforms that benefited orphans, improved conditions for prison inmates, and protected the environment. He died in 1927. (2000) Ralph W. Voorhees, Educ ’48, Retired Senior VP of Paine Webber, Inc.; Former business manager of Peddie & Lawrenceville Schools (1996) Selman A. Waksman, RC ’15, Microbiologist, Nobel Laureate. Died in 1973. (1987) Monroe E. Wall, Ag ’36, GSNB ’38 and ’39, Cancer Researcher. Wall died in 2002 at age 85. (1994) David A. Werblin, RC ’31, Corporate Executive, Sportsman. When the American Football League's New York Titans were up for sale in 1963, Werblin and four partners acquired the franchise for $1 million and renamed it the New York Jets. He died in 1991. (1990) Susan J. Wicks, CC '88 International and WNBA All-Star (2005) Melanie L. Willoughby, RC '76 For 17 years, Willoughby served as president of the New Jersey Retail Merchants Association. She is currently the Sr. VP NJ Business and Industry Assoc. (2005) Donna L. Wong, College of Nursing '70, Developed the Wong/Baker FACES Pain Rating, the international standard for assessing children's pain. She was the first recipient of the Audrey Hepburn/Sigma Theta Tau International Award. She was also on the National Advisory Committee of the RWJ Excellence in End of Life Care Project. Wong died in May 2008. H. Boyd Woodruff; College of Agriculture ‘39; Graduate School - New Brunswick ‘42 Discovered actinomycin, which sparked a revolution in world medicine and agriculture. (2004) Carl R. Woodward, RC ‘14 and ’19, President of University of Rhode Island who contributed extensive writings about the College of Agriculture and the New Jersey agriculture, published a book Ploughs and Politicks, which significantly influenced the field of agricultural history. Woodward died in 1974 at age 84. Adelaide Marcus Zagoren, DC '40 Served for 26 years as the Associate Alumnae of Douglass College. Currently the trustee and president of the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation. (2006) William B. Ziff Jr., RC ‘55, The visionary leader who developed Ziff-Davis Publishing Company into a highly successful niche media empire that included PC Magazine. He helped foster the company’s growth to become the largest publisher of computer magazines with annual revenue of $1 billion. In recognition of his astounding contributions to the publishing industry, peers presented him with the Henry Johnson Fisher Award in 1991, and in 1992 he was named executive of the year by Magazine Publishers of America. He died on September 9, 2006. (2008) For more information on Rutgers Alumni, visit: www.alumni.rutgers.edu


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ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF RUTGERS ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS Richard L. McCormick, Ph.D., President

Philip Furmanski, Ph.D., Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs

Bruce C. Fehn, B.S., C.P.A., Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration Jonathan R. Alger, J.D., Senior Vice President and General Counsel Gregory S. Blimling, Ph.D., Vice President for Student Affairs

Raphael J. Caprio, Ph.D., Vice President for Continuous Education and Outreach Steven J. Diner, Ph.D., Chancellor, Newark

Kevin MacConnell Deputy Director of Athletics

Richard Costello Deputy Director of Athletics/ Finance and Admin.

Kathleen Hickey Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/SWA

Leslie A. Fehrenbach, B.S., Secretary of the University

Carol P. Herring, B.A., President of the Rutgers University Foundation and Executive Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Jeannine F. LaRue, B.A., Vice President for Public Affairs

Kim Manning, M.B.A., Vice President for University Relations

Courtney O. McAnuff, M.P.A, Vice President for Enrollment Management Michael J. Pazzani, Ph.D., Vice President for Research and Graduate and Professional Education

Tim Pernetti, M.C.I.S., Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Wendell E. Pritchett, Ph.D., J.D., Chancellor, Camden

Barry V. Qualls, Ph.D., Vice President for Undergraduate Education Donna K. Thornton, M.P.A., Vice President for Alumni Relations

Douglas Kokoskie Sr. Assoc. Director of Athletics/Operations

John Ternyila Sr. Associate Director of Athletics/Finance

McK Williams Associate Director of Athletics/Development and Ticket Operations

Jason Baum Assistant Director of Athletics/Athletic Communications

Jason Kroll Natalie Migliaro Sr. Associate Director of Sr. Associate Director Athletics/Development and of Athletics/Admin. Marketing

John Wooding Sr. Associate Director of Athletics

Dr. Robert Monaco Associate Director of Athletics/Sports Medicine

Kathleen Shank Director of Academic Support Services

Terrence Beachem Associate Director of Athletics/CFO

Jamie Johnson Assistant Director of Athletics/Compliance

Gene Wells Mgr. of Equip. Services LBAC/CAG

Nancy S. Winterbauer, Ed.D., Vice President for University Budgeting

BOARD OF GOVERNORS 2009-2010

M. William Howard, Jr., Chair Patricia Nachtigal, Vice Chair Anthony J. DePetris Gerald C. Harvey Ralph Izzo Robert A. Laudicina Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Gene O’Hara John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Daniel H. Schulman George R. Zoffinger

Mark P. Hershhorn, Chair Robert L. Stevenson, Vice Chair Dudley H. Rivers, Jr., Vice Chair Sol J. Barer Felix M. Beck, Emeritus Gregory Bender Joan L. Bildner, Emerita Michael A. Bogdonoff Floyd H. Bragg, Emeritus Elena Buchanan Dominick J. Burzichelli Dorothy W. Cantor John Herbert Carman, Emeritus Peter Cartmell, Emeritus Vivian A. Chester Mary J. Chyb Kevin J. Collins, Emeritus Hollis A. Copeland Clinton C. Crocker Steven M. Darien Anthony J. DePetris Margaret T. Derrick Carleton C. Dilatush, Emeritus Michael R. Dressler Robert P. Eichert, Emeritus Dennis Michael Fenton Evelyn S. Field, Emerita Lora L. Fong Jeanne M. Fox, Emerita John R. Futey Albert R. Gamper, Jr. Ronald W. Giaconia, Emeritus

Martha A. Cotter, Faculty Representative Samuel Rabinowitz, Faculty Representative Eric L. Kaplan, Student Representative OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 2009-2010

Rochelle Gizinski, Emerita Leslie E. Goodman, Emeritus Joyce Wilson Harley Gerald C. Harvey John A. Hendricks Robert A. Hering Carleton A. Holstrom, Emeritus M. William Howard, Jr. John D. Hugelmeyer Frank Brown Hundley Ralph Izzo Paul B. Jennings, Emeritus Kevin E. Kennedy Walter L. Leib, Emeritus Richard A. Levao, Emeritus Jennifer Lewis-Hall Christine M. Lomiguen Duncan L. MacMillan Iris Martinez-Campbell Richard L. McCormick, ex officio Carol Ann Monroe Robert E. Mortensen Gene O'Hara John A. O’Malley Dean J. Paranicas, Emeritus Barbara A. Pollison-Beck Sidney Rabinowitz Richard J. Rawson George A. Rears Norman Reitman, Emeritus Alvin J. Rockoff, Emeritus Alejandro Roman John F. Russo, Sr. Patrick M. Ryan Louis A. Sapirman Kenneth M. Schmidt

Daniel H. Schulman Marijane Singer, Emerita Susan Stabile Dorothy M. Stanaitis, Emerita Sandy J. Stewart Abram J. Suydam, Jr. Eleanor J. Tansey Arthur L. Taub, Emeritus Heather Taylor Anne M. Thomas, Emerita Michael R. Tuosto, Emeritus Laurel A. Van Leer Lucas J. Visconti John E. Wade Mary Vivian Fu Wells, Emerita Curtis M. Williams II George R. Zoffinger Menahem Spiegel, Faculty Representative Mark C. Vodak, Faculty Representative Shashi K. Dholandas, Student Representative Joshua E. Slavin, Student Representative

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD Bruce C. Fehn, Treasurer Leslie A. Fehrenbach, Secretary Catherine A. Cahill, Assistant Secretary


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KNIGHTS BASEBALL CAMPS

The Knights Baseball Camp was established to provide top-quality baseball instruction to players of all ages from the best coaches in all of New Jersey. Under the direction of Rutgers Head Coach Fred Hill, every camper will go through a variety of drills, lectures, and games, and will leave camp a better, more complete player. From Little League, all the way up through high school, every attendee will learn how to play the game the way it was meant to be played, and will be taught specific aspects of the game based on their own personal skill level. The majority of the activities exhibited at camp are the same practice routines and drills that Coach Hill uses with his own players at Rutgers, where he has established that program to be among the nation's best. The focus of the Knights Baseball Camp will be around teaching each individual the proper way to play the game, while also stressing the importance of having fun and enjoying everything that the great game of baseball has to offer. Home of the four-time BIG EAST Champion Rutgers Baseball team, Bainton Field is also the site of the Knights Baseball Camps. Completely renovated prior to the 2007 season, this facility features a Fieldturf surface second to none in all of college baseball. Combined with an adjacent practice infield, three batting cages, and eight pitching mounds, the overall complex has everything you need to become a better player. FUTURE KNIGHTS CAMP JUNE 28-JULY 1, 9:00-2:30 Only open to players entering 7th & 8th grades

PITCHERS & CATCHERS CAMP JULY 19-21, 9:00-12:00 Only open to high school players, grades 9-12

KNIGHTS PLAYERS CAMP JULY 5-8, 9:00-2:30 Only open to ages 9-12

INFIELDERS CAMP JULY 26-28, 9:00-12:00 Only open to high school players, grades 9-12

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HIGH SCHOOL PROSPECT CAMPS AUGUST 9-12: Open only to HS class of 2013 & 2014 AUGUST 16-19: Open only to HS class of 2011 & 2012

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ALL-AMERICANS DOUG ALONGI

DARREN FENSTER

1993 ABCA THIRD TEAM

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

Alongi was one of two AllAmericans 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 (146). His nine HRs 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.

Now an assistant coach with the Scarlet Knights, Fenster is giving back to a program he starred at only several years ago. 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 in 1999, 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 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.

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 70 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.

JEFF FRAZIER

2002 BASEBALL AMERICA FRESHMAN FIRST TEAM 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), RBI, home runs, tying the single-season record he set in 2002. His single-season and career home run totals now rank second to his brother Todd Frazier.

JAKE DAUBERT

1998 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICAN

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.

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TODD FRAZIER

PETE HALL

2005 BASEBALL AMERICA FRESHMAN FIRST TEAM 2005 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL AMERICAN 2007 NCBWA PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN 2007 BASEBALL AMERICA PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN 2007 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL PRESEASON THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN 2007 BASEBALL AMERICA FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2007 NCBWA FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2007 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA 2007 RIVALS FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICA

1961 AACBC SECOND TEAM 1962 AACBC SECOND TEAM

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 while starting in every game.

MIKE HIGGINS 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.

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-6 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), and second in walks (138) and total bases (434), and 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).

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.

JOE LYNCH

1986 ABCA THIRD TEAM

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 All East honors.

GLEN GARDNER

1986 ABCA/BASEBALL AMERICA 1987 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL THIRD TEAM

Gardner, who has spent the last 20 years on the Scarlet Knights 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-America, 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 onbase 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.

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 (17-5) 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 graduation and currently ranks second.

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JAREN MATTHEWS

JEFF TORBORG

2008 BASEBALL AMERICA SECOND TEAM FRESHMAN 2008 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL FRESHMAN

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 RBI 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.

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 this season. Matthews' RBI total tied for seventhmost 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.

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 team-highs. 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.

BILLY MCCARTHY

PETE ZOCCOLILLO

2001 NCBWA SECOND TEAM 2001 COLLEGIATE BASEBALL SECOND TEAM 2001 ABCA THRD TEAM

1998 NCBWA THIRD-TEAM 1999 NCBWA THIRD-TEAM 1999 RAWLINGS/ABCA SECOND-TEAM

Billy McCarthy, from Washington Township, NJ, 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 teamhigh 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 AllBIG 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.

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.

RUTGERS ALL-AMERICA AWARDS Doug Alongi Bobby Brownlie

JAMES MONAHAN 1952 AACBC FIRST TEAM

Jake Daubert Darren Fenster

The Scarlet Knight 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 a member of the 1950 College World Series team.

Jeff Frazier Todd Frazier

MIKE O’BRIEN

1997 LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA

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 RBI. 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.

Glen Gardner Pete Hall

Mike Higgins Jim Kohl Joe Lynch Scott Madison Jaren Matthews

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, is in his second season as a relief pitcher with the Scarlet Knights in 2010.

Billy McCarthy

James Monahan Adam Neubart Mike O’Brien Harding Peterson Jeff Torborg Ray Van Cleef Pete Zoccolillo

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ABCA Third Team Louisville Slugger Freshman Collegiate Baseball Second Team Baseball America Freshman Louisville Slugger Freshman Rawlings/ABCA Third Team Rawlings/ABCA First Team Sporting News First Team Collegiate Baseball Second Team Baseball America Second Team Baseball Weekly Second Team NCBWA First Team Baseball America Freshman First Team Collegiate Baseball Second Team USA Today Second Team ABCA Third Team Baseball America First Team Collegiate Baseball First Team NCBWA First Team Rivals.com First Team Baseball America Preseason Third Team NCBWA Preseason Third Team Collegiate Basseball Preseason Third Team Baseball America Freshman First Team Louisville Slugger Freshman ABCA/Baseball America Freshman Collegiate Baseball Third Team AACBC Second Team AACBC Second Team ABCA Third Team ABCA Third Team ABCA Third Team ABCA Third Team Baseball America FreshmanSecond Team Collegiate Baseball Freshman NCBWA Second Team Collegiate Baseball Second Team ABCA Third Team AACBC First Team Mizuno Freshman Louisville Slugger Freshman AACBC First Team AACBC First Team AACBC First Team NCBWA Third Team NCBWA Third Team Rawlings/ABCA Second Team


1950 CWS TEAM

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

RUTGERS 1950 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES GAME-BY-GAME RECAP

The 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-forfive with a double and a run scored to pace the Scarlet 5-3 win, and a 2and-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 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 secondround 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.

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RUTGERS HALL OF FAME

One of the oldest traditions at Rutgers University, the Scarlet Knight Baseball program has been successful for over 130 years. There have been 21 All-Americans, 13 trips to the NCAA Tournament and one trip to the College World Series. With all of this illustrious history, you can imagine that there have been several "special" players “On the Banks." Eleven of those players have been selected to the Rutgers University Olympic Sports Hall of Fame which honors the best of the best in Rutgers' Sports. The baseball program has been represented in six of the last ten years it has -been handed out - Eric Young (1999), Darrin Winston (2000), Matt Bolger (2001), Jim Monahan (2002), Pete Zoccolillo (2004) and Darren Fenster (2007). choice of the Los Angeles Dodgers, he played 10 seasons in the major, 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 still holds the career slugging percentage 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).

GLEN GARDNER '91

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 AllAmerica 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 AllAmerica 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 three-time 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.

PETE HALL '62

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 (196062), 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. Hall 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 in starting every game.

RAY VAN CLEEF '52

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.

HARDING PETERSON '50

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 RBI (second on team), 4 doubles and 2 triples. His best season as a collegian was in 1948, when he hit for a .312 average (10-32) with 7 RBI and 3 doubles. In his three varsity seasons, Peterson led his teams to a combined 57-16-2 record, highlighted by a thirdplace 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 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 CoGeneral Manager in 1990 and two more years with San Diego as a scout.

ERIC YOUNG '89

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 Atlantic10 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

JEFF TORBORG '63

Jeff Torborg was a 1963 All-American and set the school record for season batting average (.540) that year, which was the national leading average for 100 at bats and under. his .540 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

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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.

debut with the Colorado Rockies in 1993 and was selected to the 1995 AllStar 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.

DARRIN WINSTON

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 allregion 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.

DARREN FENSTER (‘00)

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 nearflawless 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 AWilmington and AAWichita, 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 while 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 prior to the 2009 season.

MATT BOLGER, HEAD COACH

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.

JIM MONAHAN (‘52)

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 4119-1 record during his four seasons, including a 17-4-1 mark during that memorable 1950 campaign.

PETE ZOCCOLILLO (‘99)

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 four-year starter, he earned All-BIG EAST honors each year and was a two-time AllAmerican, 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

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YEAR

1950

PLAYER

RUTGERS IN THE PROS

Harding Peterson

Pittsburgh Pirates

1956

John Brugler

New York Giants

1961

Pete Hall

New York Yankees

1963

Jeff Torborg

Los Angeles Dodgers

1966

Bob Dickman

Houston Astros

Jim Wakeling

Baltimore Orioles

1977

Karl Anderson

Seattle Mariners

1984

Mark German

Cincinnati Reds

Sam Ferretti

Cleveland Indians

Scott Trochim

Cincinnati Reds

1988

Bob MacDonald Glen Gardner Gary Resetar

Minnesota Twins

Darrin Winston 1989 1990

2000

2001

2002

2003

Ted Ciesla

Montreal Expos

2004

Darrin Kotch

Montreal Expos

Detroit Tigers

1992

Angel Echevarria

Colorado Rockies

1993

Doug Alongi

Chicago Cubs

Phil Schneider

Colorado Rockies

Mike Higgins

Chris Cochrane

Oakland A's

1996

Scott Madison

Tampa Bay Devil Rays

Rich Saitta

2006 2007

Colorado Rockies

1994

Bill Malloy

2005

Milwaukee Brewers

Minnesota Twins

San Fransisco Giants

Pete Zoccoillo

Chicago Cubs

David DeJesus

Jake Daubert

Kansas City Royals

Mike O’Brien

Detroit Tigers

Billy McCarthy

Buddy Gallagher Bobby Brownlie

San Francisco Giants

Los Angeles Dodgers

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Oakland Athletics Atlanta Braves

Colorado Rockies Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs

Val Majewski

Baltimore Orioles

Tim Sweeney

Montreal Expos

Tom Wheeler

St. Paul Saints

Vinny Esposito

Montreal Expos

Florida Marlins

Johnstown Johnnies Toronto Blue Jays

Alberto Vasquez

NJ Jackals/St. Paul Saints

Jeff Frazier

Detroit Tigers

Nick Cerulo

St. Louis Cardinals

Jack Egbert Shaun Parker

Chicago White Sox Toronto Blue Jays

New York Yankees

Johnny Defendis

Chicago Cubs

Jeff Grose

Kalamazoo Kings

Todd Frazier

Cincinnati Reds

Dave Williams

New York Yankees

Mike Bionde

Kansas City Royals

Ryan Hill

Frank Meade 2008

Kansas City Royals

Seattle Mariners

Darren Fenster

Graig Badger

Philadelphia Phillies

Arizona Diamonbacks

Keith Connolly

Ryan Molchan

Montreal Expos

Jim Kohl

Chicago Cubs

Tom Crohan

Chicago White Sox

Jason Imperial

Chris Dorsett

Jason Bergmann

Pittsburgh Pirates

Colorado Rockies

Minnesota Twins

Eric Brown

Los Angeles Dodgers

Bob Fazekas

Mike Mundy

DRAFTED/SIGNED BY

Dave Marciniak

Joe B. Cirone

Eric Young

Kevin Conover

Sean Ryan 1991

1999

Atlanta Braves

New York Mets

PLAYER

Adam Neubart

Toronto Blue Jays

Paul Johnson

Kevin Kerekes

1998

Cincinnati Reds

Bud White

1987

YEAR

DRAFTED/SIGNED BY

Tom Edwards

Vic Cegles

San Diego Padres Cincinnati Reds

Baltimore Orioles

Washington Nationals


DEJESUS TURNING INTO A MAJOR LEAGUE STAR From the time he arrived in Piscataway as a skinny freshman in the fall of 1997, David DeJesus played with the natural grace of someone destined for big things. The way he ran the bases, the way he threw and the fluidity of his swing made DeJesus a reallife “Natural”.

sustained in spring training. In the middle of a pennant race, DeJesus played in just 12 games, with seven at bats, but got a taste of what lied ahead. “It was great to be with the team during the pennant race,” said DeJesus. “There were some pretty intense games down the stretch.” The offseason in Kansas City was spent dealing with Carlos Beltran trade rumors - with DeJesus as his replacement in center field. DeJesus started the 2004 season in Omaha but was called up in late April to fill a void in left field. Things, for the first time in DeJesus’ career, did not go according to plan as he struggled along with just one hit in 23 at bats (.043) before heading back to Omaha.

As a freshman in 1998, DeJesus earned All-Rookie honors from the BIG EAST and helped lead Rutgers to its first-ever BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament Championship. On a team laden with seniors, DeJesus fit right in, hitting .297 overall (.310 in BIG EAST games) in 39 starts. Those close to the program were wellaware of DeJesus’ talents, but word began to spread quickly around the East Coast.

“That was tough to deal with,” said DeJesus. “I just couldn’t get on track and began to press. When I went back to Omaha, it took me a while to relax but once I did, I started to hit again and things fell back into place.” Following the trade of Beltran to the Astros, DeJesus was recalled once again and handed the starting center field job - with no pressure or worry of someone else taking his playing time. He thrived in his second tour with the Royals, hitting .359 in August and earning rave reviews for his plate discipline, defense and hustle. DeJesus found a home in center field for the Royals, although his path there was one he is more than happy to leave behind.

As a sophomore in 1999, DeJesus rewrote the Rutgers and BIG EAST record books, crossing the plate a school and conference-record 85 times in 58 games, while hitting .373 with 20 doubles, six triples, eight home runs, 45 RBI and 20 stolen bases from the leadoff spot. Both were records that stood for several years.

“Between the injuries and the horrible start in 2004, I think I grew as a person and as a player,” said DeJesus. “I learned a lot about the game, but more importantly, I learned a lot about myself. Playing through injuries and adversity makes you stronger and the second time I was more prepared for the challenges.”

After venturing to the Cape Cod League in the summer of 1999, where he earned All-Star honors, DeJesus returned to Rutgers as a junior in 2000 and was among the most closely-watched outfielders in the country by Major League Baseball scouts. Another stellar season (.368, 21 doubles, 2 home runs, 37 RBI, 18 stolen bases) was cut short by injury in the NCAA Tournament, but not before DeJesus led the Scarlet Knights to the BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament championships.

DeJesus now enters his seventh full season as the Royals’ starting outfielder where he has boasted a .286 career average with the major league club. After signing a multi-year extension in 2006, he hit .295 as the Royal’s leadoff hitter and was among the league leaders in batting average among outfielders that season. DeJesus had one of his finest seasons with the Royals in 2008 where his .307 average ranked as the 13th best in Major League Baseball and the seventh best in the American League. He played in 135 games with 158 hits, including 25 doubles, seven triples and a then career-best 12 home runs. He ranked second on the club in walks (46), RBI (73) and runs scored (70). DeJesus lead the Royals in walks during the 2007 season with 64. He scored 101 runs in 2007 and became the first Royals player to top the century mark in the category since Beltran in 2003. He batted .281 last season with 28 doubles, nine triples and topped his career-high for the second-straight season with 13 home runs. DeJesus was third on the Royals roster in walks (51), RBI (71) and runs scored (74).

In the opening game of the NCAA Regional at Upper Montclair, hosted by Rutgers, DeJesus collided with the Army second baseman on a steal attempt, fracturing a bone in his forearm. He missed the remainder of the weekend, as Rutgers bowed out of the NCAA Tournament in just three games with its offensive catalyst on the bench. Despite the injury, DeJesus was drafted in the fourth round by the Kansas City Royals, although he did not play during his first pro season, instead letting his arm fully heal. Ready to return for the 2001 season, DeJesus tore a ligament in his throwing arm during spring training and was forced to undergo “Tommy John” surgery, sending him to the sidelines once again.

Most baseball pundits predict a long and productive career in the Major Leagues. And for those who witnessed DeJesus’ development during his years at Rutgers, no one should be surprised.

“It was really frustrating for me to not play right away and deal with so many injuries,” said DeJesus, while accepting his American League Rookie of the Year Award at the annual New Jersey Sportswriters Luncheon. Fully healed yet again in 2002, DeJesus embarked on his professional career just a few short miles from New Jersey - with the Class A Wilmington Blue Rocks in Wilmington, Del. Joined on the Blue Rocks’ roster by fellow Scarlet Knight Darren Fenster that season, DeJesus didn’t miss a beat, hitting .296 and earning Carolina League All-Star honors before earning a promotion to the Wichita Wranglers, the Royals’ AA affiliate, where he hit .253 in 25 games. “Dave came back and picked up right where he left off,” said Fenster, who now coaches with the Scarlet Knights. “He was so sharp right from the start and had a big year in Wilmington. I think he really opened a lot of people’s eyes with how natural he looked after basically missing two years.” Displaying the same natural swing and athleticism that made him a highly-coveted prospect with the Scarlet Knights, DeJesus returned to Wichita to start the 2003 season and hit .338 in 17 games before moving up to AAA Omaha, where he hit .298 in 59 games before earning a promotion to Kansas City when the rosters expanded in 2004, although he missed some time with a shoulder injury

DeJesus as a Carolina League All-Star in 2002, joined by Wilmington teammate Darren Fenster, former RU outfielder Billy McCarthy and head coach Fred Hill.

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RUTGERS IN THE PROS

In 2009, eight former Rutgers players were scattered in professional baseball throughout the country, while three players - David DeJesus, Jason Bergmann and Jack Egbert - were on major league 40-man rosters. Below is a summary of their performances last summer:

FORMER RUTGERS PLAYERS IN MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL DEJESUS

BOBBY BROWNLIE Gwinnett Braves (AAA) Level G GS W L AAA 14 7 5 2

SV 0

TOM EDWARDS Aberdeen Ironbirds (A) Level AVG G A .240 39

AB 129

IP H 56.2 60

R 7

R ER BB K CG ERA 26 26 17 47 0 4.13

H RBI 2B 3B HR BB 31 8 2 1 0 15

S0 28

SB-CS 0-0

JACK EGBERT~ Charlotte Knights (AAA) Level G GS W L SV IP H R ER BB K CG ERA AAA 30 18 6 11 1 108.2 132 73 61 33 78 0 5.05

DAVE DEJESUS Kansas City Royals League AVG G AL .281 144

AB 558

R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB 74 157 71 28 9 13 51

S0 87

SB-CS 4-9

JEFF FRAZIER Toledo Mud Hens (AAA)/Erie Sea Wolves (AA) Level AVG G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB AAA .308 105 399 52 123 54 24 1 11 20 AA .322 23 87 11 28 13 10 0 1 7

S0 49 13

SB-CS 1-2 0-1

TODD FRAZIER Louisville Bats (AAA)/Carolina Mudcats (AA) Level AVG G AB R H RBI 2B 3B HR BB AAA .302 16 63 9 19 9 5 0 2 6 AA .290 119 451 59 131 68 40 2 14 42

S0 12 67

SB-CS 2-0 7-8

VAL MAJEWSKI Arkansas Travelers (AA) Level AVG G AAA .237 36

S0 21

SB-CS 4-1

AB 131

R 18

H RBI 2B 3B HR BB 31 18 4 1 4 15

~ Selected to Chicago White Sox 40-man roster for the 2008 and 2009 season

BERGMANN EGBERT

JASON BERGMANN Washington Nationals League G GS W L NL 56 0 2 4

SV 0

IP H 48.0 50

JACK EGBERT Chicago White Sox League G GS W L AL 2 0 0 0

R ER BB K CG ERA 28 24 25 40 0 4.50

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SV 0

IP 2.2

H 8

R 8

ER BB 8 2

K CG ERA 0 0 27.00


CONFERENCE HISTORY SCARLET KNIGHTS ON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS UNDER HILL

RUTGERS’ CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT HISTORY

Coach of the Year: Fred Hill 1991, 1992, 1993, 1998 Player of the Year: Doug Alongi 1993; Darren Fenster 2000, Todd Frazier 2007 Rookie of the Year: Jake Daubert 1998; Bobby Brownlie 2000 2009200820072006200520042003200220012000-

1999-

1998-

19971996199519941993199219911990#1989#1988#1987#1986-

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, 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 Second Team: Brian Giallella, 2B First Team: Kevin James, C, Brian Giallella, 2B Second Team: Scott Kassan, 1B First Team: Mike Higgins,C, Bob Windows, SS, Doug Alongi, OF Second Team: RHP- Mike Barckley First Team: Angel Echevarria, OF Doug Alongi, DH Second Team: Mike Higgins, P/C, Joe Litterio, 2B, Mike Winchock, 3B First Team: Doug Alongi, DH Second Team: Angel Echevarria, OF First Team: Ted Ciesla, SS, Angel Echevarria, OF Second Team: Dave Hornaday, LHP, Chris McAlindin, 2B Sean Ryan, 1B, Mark Ozoroski, SS, Eric Young, OF Darrin Winston, P, Paul Johnson,1B, Glen Gardner, OF Darrin Winston, P, Scott Trochim, 3B, Glen Gardner, OF Glen Gardner, OF, Joe Lynch, DH

YEAR 1986

1987 1988

1989 1990

1991

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

1998

1999 2000

2001 2002

2003

2006 2007

*Prior to 1996, Rutgers competed in the Atlantic-10 Conference # Only one team selected

OPPONENT ............................................................................................RECORD Atlantic-10 Champions Rutgers 4, GWU 3..................................................................................................1-0 Rutgers 8, West Virginia 3 ................................................................................2-0 West Virginia 9, Rutgers 4 ................................................................................2-1 Rutgers 10, West Virginia 3 ............................................................................3-1 Rutgers 8, Penn State 1......................................................................................4-1 West Virginia 2, Rutgers 0 ................................................................................4-2 Massachusetts 8, Rutgers 3 ..........................................................................4-3 Atlantic-10 Champions Rutgers 13, GWU 2 ..............................................................................................5-3 Rutgers 10, Massachusetts 1 ........................................................................6-3 Massachusetts 8, Rutgers 4 ............................................................................6-4 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 5 ............................................................................7-4 Rutgers 6, Penn State 1......................................................................................8-4 Temple 9, Rutgers 7..............................................................................................8-5 GWU 6, Rutgers 3..................................................................................................8-6 Atlantic-10 Champions Rutgers 2, West Virginia 1 ................................................................................9-6 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 7 (14) ..............................................................10-6 West Virginia 11, Rutgers 2 ..........................................................................11-6 Rutgers 6, West Virginia 4 ............................................................................12-6 Atlantic-10 Champions Rutgers 4, GWU 2 ..............................................................................................13-6 Massachusetts 11, Rutgers 6 ......................................................................13-7 Rutgers 12, Penn State 6 ..............................................................................14-7 Rutgers 5, Massachusetts 4 ........................................................................15-7 Rutgers 8, Massachusetts 3 ........................................................................16-7 West Virginia 6, Rutgers 4 ............................................................................16-8 Massachusetts 9, Rutgers 8 ........................................................................16-9 Atlantic-10 Champions Rutgers 4, GWU 2 ..............................................................................................17-9 Rutgers 5, Temple 2 ..........................................................................................18-9 Rutgers 7, West Virginia 6 ............................................................................19-9 West Virginia 12, Rutgers 1 ......................................................................19-10 Massachusetts 9, Rutgers 3 ......................................................................19-11 Massachusetts 10, Rutgers 9 ..................................................................19-12 Rutgers 9, GWU 9 ......................................................................................19-12-1 Rutgers 16, St. Bonaventure 12 ..........................................................20-12-1 Massachusetts 10, Rutgers 3 ..............................................................20-13-1 Providence 4, Rutgers 1 ..........................................................................20-14-1 West Virginia 5, Rutgers 0......................................................................20-15-1 St. John's 3, Rutgers 0 ..............................................................................20-16-1 Villanova 12, Rutgers 5 ............................................................................20-17-1 BIG EAST Champions Rutgers 9, Seton Hall 6 (17) ..................................................................21-17-1 Providence 3, Rutgers 2 ..........................................................................21-18-1 Rutgers 14, St. John's 10........................................................................22-18-1 Rutgers 7, Notre Dame 6 ........................................................................23-18-1 Rutgers 11, Notre Dame 0 ....................................................................24-18-1 Rutgers 13, St. John's 9 ..........................................................................25-18-1 Rutgers 11, Providence 4 ........................................................................26-18-1 Providence 9, Rutgers 2 ..........................................................................26-19-1 St. John's 6, Rutgers 4 ..............................................................................26-20-1 BIG EAST Champions Rutgers 11, Pittsburgh 3 ........................................................................27-20-1 Rutgers 8, Connecticut 7 ........................................................................28-20-1 Rutgers 6, Seton Hall 2 ............................................................................29-20-1 Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 3 ............................................................................29-21-1 Rutgers 1, Seton Hall 0 ............................................................................30-21-1 Seton Hall 4, Rutgers 2 ............................................................................30-22-1 Notre Dame 6, Rutgers 2 ........................................................................30-23-1 BIG EAST Finalists Notre Dame 8, Rutgers 3 ........................................................................30-24-1 Rutgers 4, Boston College 2 ..................................................................31-24-1 Rutgers 6, Virginia Tech 2 ......................................................................32-24-1 Rutgers 4, Notre Dame 3 ........................................................................33-24-1 Notre Dame 3, Rutgers 2 (10 inn.) ....................................................33-25-1 BIG EAST Finalists Rutgers 6, West Virginia 0......................................................................31-25-1 Notre Dame 9, Rutgers 3 ........................................................................31-26-1 Rutgers 8, West Virginia 7......................................................................32-26-1 Rutgers 15, Notre Dame 11..................................................................33-26-1 Notre Dame 11, Rutgers 3 ....................................................................33-27-1 Louisville 9, Rutgers 8 ................................................................................33-28-1 Rutgers 13, Cincinnati 7 ..........................................................................34-28-1 Rutgers 9, Connecticut 5 ........................................................................35-28-1 Louisville 13, Rutgers 3 ............................................................................35-29-1 BIG EAST Champions Rutgers 13, Notre Dame 2 ....................................................................36-29-1 Louisville 8, Rutgers 1 ................................................................................36-30-1 Rutgers 11, Villanova 0 ............................................................................37-30-1 Rutgers 12, Louisville 10..........................................................................38-30-1 Rutgers 3, Louisville 1 ................................................................................39-30-1 Rutgers 7, Connecticut 6 ........................................................................40-30-1

1986Samis Ferretti 1991JasonTournament Imperial, * Rutgers 20-17 all time in the BIG EAST 1988- Darrin Winston Dave Hoehler 1990- Darrin Kotch 1993- Doug Alongi

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1998- Dave Marciniak 2000- Bobby Brownlie


SERIES/COACHES RECORDS - NCAA RESULTS Coach No Coach Frank Gordon Frank Cox Walter Brodie Chaz Piez Frank Cox Fred Jackitsch J Tasker Charles Ward George M. Case Matt Bolger Fred Hill

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

Record 100-155-1 3-8-0 18-35-0 32-26-0 6-11-0 38-61-2 43-42-0 35-53-2 103-77-2 113-82-3 293-247-7 832-532-7

Winning % .391 .272 .340 .552 .353 .380 .506 .393 .569 .575 .539 .609

RUTGERS APPEARANCES IN THE NCAA TOURNAMENT

ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Adelphi 3-2 Army 1-0 Auburn 1-1 UAB 0-1 American 1-0 American Legion 1-0 Arkansas St. 1-2 Army 10-9 Boston College 16-7 Bowdoin 1-0 Bowling Green 1-0 Brown 1-0 Bucknell 15-3 BYU 1-0 Cal-Berkeley 0-1 CCNY 3-0 Central Connecticut 2-0 Central Florida 4-7 Cincinnati 9-4 Clemson 1-1 Colby 0-1 Colgate 21-7-1 Columbia 41-20 Connecticut 29-17 Cornell 1-0 Creighton 0-1 CW Post 5-0-1 Dartmouth 2-4 Delaware 30-24 Drexel 1-0 Duquesne 6-0 Eckerd 0-1 Fairleigh Dickinson 24-7 Fairfield 1-0 Fordham 26-11-3 Fort Monmouth 1-0 Florida Atlantic 5-14 Florida International 12-32 Florida Memorial 4-1 Florida State 0-1 Franklin & Marshall 0-1 George Mason 0-1 Georgetown 38-7 George Washington 10-8 Georgia 1-1 Georgia Southern 1-1 Georgia Tech 11-34 Gettysburg 1-0 Glassboro 2-0 Harvard 3-0 Hofstra 7-4 Howard 2-0 Illinois 0-1

Illinois State 1-0 Illinois-Chicago 2-0 Iona 21-3 Iowa 2-3 Jacksonville 1-0 James Madison 1-2 Johns Hopkins 3-0 Kansas 0-1 Kentucky 1-2 Kilmer 1-0 Lafayette 62-27 Lambuth 1-2 La Salle 1-0 Lehigh 60-15 Lliberty 2-1 Lipsomb 1-0 Long Island 6-6 Louisville 4-12 Maguire Air Force 3-0 Maine 5-6-1 Marist 1-0 Maryland 5-5-1 Massachusetts 36-27-1 Massichusetts Inst. 0-1 Memphis St. 0-2 Miami 9-34 Miami (OH) 0-1 Michigan St. 1-1 Middle Tennesee State 0-1 Minnesota 3-3 Monmouth 24-5 Monmouth CC 1-1 Montclair St. 8-8 Morristown 1-0 Muhlenberg 2-0 Murray St. 8-8 Navy 3-4 Nebraska 0-2 Newark Bears 3-1 New Hampshire 5-0 NJIT 2-0 NYU 4-7 New York Tech 5-5 North Carolina 3-11 UNC-Charlotte 1-0 North Carolina St. 2-4 North Dakota 1-0 Northeastern 3-0 Northwestern 1-1 Northern Iowa 1-0 Notre Dame 17-28 Oklahoma 0-1 Oklahoma St. 0-1

Old Dominion 22-15 Ohio State 0-1 Oregon State 0-2 Pace 11-3 Panzer 2-1 Pennsylvania 7-4 Penn St. 29-32 Pittsburgh 24-10 Princeton 57-36-3 Providence 8-7 Rhode Island 42-11 Rice 0-1 Rider 36-24 Rollins 1-1 Rutgers Camden 1-0 Rutgers Newark 2-0 St. Bonaventure 7-2 St. Francis (NY) 11-2 St. John's 31-45 St. Joseph's 37-10 St. Leo 0-2 St. Peter's 17-1 St. Thomas 4-4 Seton Hall 46-46-1 South Alabama 0-1 South Florida 4-5 Southern Florida 0-3 Southern Illinois 7-11 Stanford 0-1 Stevens 2-0 Syracuse 4-3 Tampa 1-1 Temple 41-25-1 Texas A&M 1-2 Texas Tech 0-1 Trenton St. (CNJ) 1-2 Trinity 1-0 Tufts 1-0 Tulane 4-11 Upsala 8-2 Vanderbilt 0-1-1 Villanova 30-34 Virginia 5-2 Virginia Common. 7-6 Virginia Tech 8-4 Wagner 17-1-2 Washington & Lee 0-0-1 Washington St. 0-1 Wesleyan 1-0 West Virginia 34-20 William & Mary 11-4 William Patterson 3-4-1

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1950 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES (OMAHA, NEBRASKA) Rutgers 4, Texas 2 ....................................................................................1-0 Rutgers 5, Wisconsin 3 ............................................................................2-0 Washington St. 3, RU 1 ............................................................................2-1 Rutgers 16, Wisonsin 2 ............................................................................3-1 Texas 15, Rutgers 9....................................................................................3-2 1966 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP St. John's 9, Rutgers 4 ..............................................................................3-3 Rutgers 3, Colgate 2 ..................................................................................4-3 Lafayette 4, Rutgers 3................................................................................4-4 1968 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP St. John's 12, RU 0 ......................................................................................4-5 NYU 5, Rutgers 0 ........................................................................................4-6 1970 DISTRICT II CHAMPIONSHIP Seton Hall 3, Rutgers 0..............................................................................4-7 Penn State 5, Rutgers 1............................................................................4-8 1986 NORTHEAST REGONAL Maine 5, Rutgers 1 ......................................................................................4-9 Rider 9, Rutgers 4 ....................................................................................4-10 1988 NORTHEAST REGIONAL Kentucky 6, Rutgers 2 ............................................................................4-11 Rutgers 6, Clemson 1..............................................................................5-11 Stanford 8, Rutgers 1..............................................................................5-12 1990 NCAA EAST REGIONAL WATERBURY, CT 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, TX Oklahoma St. 9, Rutgers 4 ....................................................................9-15 UAB 10, Rutgers 9 ..................................................................................9-16 1993 MID-ATLANTIC REGIONAL, KNOXVILLE, TN Clemson 7, Rutgers 4..............................................................................9-17 Rutgers 5, UNC-Charlotte 1 ..............................................................10-17 Kansas 8, Rutgers 2 ............................................................................10-18 1998 SOUTH REGIONAL, TALAHASSEE, FL Rutgers 17, Auburn 15 ......................................................................11-18 Oklahoma 9, Rutgers 7........................................................................11-19 Auburn 7, Rutgers 4 ............................................................................11-20 1999 LUBBOCK (TX) REGIONAL Texas Tech 5, Rutgers 2 ....................................................................11-21 Rice 6, Rutgers 1....................................................................................11-22 2000 REGIONAL AT UPPER MONTCLAIR, NJ Rutgers 4, Army 3..................................................................................12-22 North Carolina 9, Rutgers 3..............................................................12-23 Penn State 6, Rutgers 5 ....................................................................12-24 2001 REGIONAL AT LINCOLN, NE 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 AT TALLAHASSEE, FL South Alabama 14, Rutgers 1 ........................................................14-27 Rutgers 8, Jacksonville 5....................................................................15-27 Florida State 17, Rutgers 7 ..............................................................15-28 2007 REGIONAL AT CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA Oregon State 5, Rutgers 1 ................................................................15-29 Rutgers 11, Lafayette 10 ..................................................................16-29 Oregon State 5, Rutgers 2 ................................................................16-30

Rutgers NCAA Tournament Record: 16-30


HITTING RECORDS SINGLE SEASON AT BATS 1. 257 Mike Bionde 2. 247 Todd Frazier 3. 238 Tom Edwards 4. 237 Glen Gardner 237 Ryan Hill 6. 235 Jeff Grose 7. 233 David DeJesus 233 Darren Fenster 9. 232 Pete Zoccolillo 10. 232 Doug Alongi

2007 2007 2007 1988 2007 2006 1999 2000 1999 1993

CAREER AT BATS 1. 818 Darren Fenster 2. 758 Pete Zoccolillo 3. 724 Bob Windows 4. 714 Jeff Grose 5. 694 Todd Frazier 6. 659 Luis Feliz 7. 649 Jay Marchese 8. 636 Mike O’Brien 9. 633 Jake Daubert 10. 625 Jeff Frazier

1997-00 1996-99 1992-95 2003-06 2005-07 2006-09 1989-92 1997-00 1998-00 2002-04

SINGLE SEASON RUNS 1. 87 Todd Frazier 2. 85 David DeJesus 3. 66 David DeJesus 4. 64 Darren Fenster 64 Adam Neubart 6. 63 Pete Zoccolillo 63 Val Majewski 8. 62 Todd Frazier 62 Doug Alongi 10. 61 Todd Frazier 61 Graig Badger

2007 1999 2000 1999 1998 1999 2001 2006 1993 2005 2003

CAREER RUNS 1. 210 Todd Frazier 2. 203 David DeJesus 3. 200 Pete Zoccolillo 4. 198 Darren Fenster 5. 177 Bob Windows

2005-07 1998-00 1996-99 1997-00 1992-95

6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

170 160 155 151 150

Graig Badger Jeff Frazier Jeff Grose Adam Neubart Eric Young

2001-04 2002-04 2003-06 1996-98 1987-89

SINGLE SEASON HITS 1. 101 Darren Fenster 2. 97 Pete Zoccolillo 3. 95 Darren Fenster 4. 94 David Williams 5. 93 Todd Frazier 6. 91 Billy McCarthy 7. 87 David DeJesus 8. 86 Doug Alongi 9. 85 Jake Daubert 85 Val Majewski 11. 83 Todd Frazier 83 Ryan Hill

2000 1999 1999 2007 2007 2001 1999 1993 2000 2001 2006 2007

CAREER HITS 1. 315 Darren Fenster 2. 285 Pete Zoccolillo 3. 241 Todd Frazier 4. 229 Jeff Grose 5. 226 Jake Daubert 6. 220 Jeff Frazier 7. 217 Matt Wolski 8. 215 Bob Windows 9. 211 David DeJesus 10. 203 Dave Marciniak

1997-00 1996-99 2005-07 2003-06 1998-00 2002-04 1999-03 1992-95 1998-00 1996-98

SINGLE SEASON AVERAGE 1. .540 Jeff Torborg 2. .471 Ed Griffiths 3. .446 Mark Zagunis 4. .434 Rick Matarante .434 Tom Sweeney 6. .433 Darren Fenster 7. .425 Jamie Eaudnick 8. .424 Darren Fenster 9. .421 Billy McCarthy 10. .418 Pete Zoccolillo

CAREER AVERAGE 1. .425 Rick Matarante 2. .421 Billy McCarthy 3. .404 Ray Van Cleef 4. .390 Jeff Torborg .390 Ed Griffiths .390 Joe B. Cirone 7. .385 Darren Fenster 8. .384 Peter Hall 9. .376 Pete Zoccolillo 10. .375 Jon Goin SINGLE SEASON DOUBLES 1. 24 Todd Frazier 24 Val Majewski 24 Dave Marciniak 4. 23 Darren Fenster 5. 22 Jake Daubert 22 Pete Zoccolillo 22 Glen Gardner 8. 21 David DeJesus 21 Billy McCarthy 10. 20 Dave Marciniak 20 Pete Zoccolillo 20 Brian Giallella 20 Mike Higgins CAREER DOUBLES 1. 65 Darren Fenster 2. 61 Pete Zoccolillo 3. 59 Jake Daubert 4. 55 David DeJesus 5. 51 Todd Frazier 51 Dave Marciniak 7. 48 Mike O’Brien 8. 46 Jeff Frazier 9. 44 Jay Marchese 44 Glen Gardner

1963 1960 1981 1982 1974 2000 1968 1999 2001 1999

SINGLE SEASON TRIPLES 1. 11 Adam Neubart 2. 7 Eric Young 7 Eric Young 7 Ray Van Cleef 5. 6 Jarred Jimenez 6 David DeJesus 6 Doug Alongi 6 Jason Imperial 6 Jim Wakeling 9. 5 Val Majewski 5 Johnny Defendis 5 Nick Cerulo

GLEN GARDNER Led RU in five different career categories upon graduation

1981-83 2001 1949-51 1961-63 1959-61 1999-00 1997-00 1960-62 1996-99 1958-59 2007 2001 1998 2000 1999 1999 1988 2000 2001 1997 1997 1995 1993 1997-00 1996-99 1998-00 1998-00 2005-07 1996-98 1997-00 2002-04 1989-92 1986-88 1997 1988 1987 1950 2008 1999 1993 1991 1961 2001 2003 2004

CAREER TRIPLES 1. 18 Adam Neubart 1996-98 2. 17 Eric Young 1987-89 3. 13 Nick Cerulo 2001-04 13 Ray Van Cleef 1949-51 13 David DeJesus 1998-00 6. 11 Johnny Defendis 2003-05 11 Glen Gardner 1986-88 8. 10 Jeff Grose 2003-06 10 Sam Feretti 1985-87 10 Jeff Helman 1975-78

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TODD FRAZIER Single Season and Career Home Run Leader SINGLE SEASON HOME RUNS 1. 22 Todd Frazier 2007 2. 14 Frank Meade 2006 3. 13 Jeff Frazier 2002 13 Jeff Frazier 2004 5. 12 Pete Zoccolillo 1999 12 Pete Zoccolillo 1998 12 Angel Echevarria 1991 8. 11 Frank Meade 2007 11 Ryan Hill 2007 11 Todd Frazier 2006 11 Mark Zagunis 1981 11 Val Majewski 2002 CAREER HOME RUNS 1. 42 Todd Frazier 2005-07 2. 34 Jeff Frazier 2002-04 3. 32 Pete Zoccolillo 1996-99 4. 31 Angel Echevarria1990-92 5. 27 Mike O’Brien 1998-00 6. 25 Frank Meade 2005-07 25 Jake Daubert 1998-00 8. 23 Ryan Hill 2005-07 23 Glen Gardner 1986-88 10. 22 Val Majewski 2000-02 SINGLE SEASON RBIs 1. 72 Pete Zoccolillo 2. 68 Jake Daubert 3. 65 Todd Frazier 65 Billy McCarthy 5. 64 Jake Daubert 6. 59 Ryan Hill 59 Jeff Frazier 59 Pete Zoccolillo 59 Jake Daubert 10. 58 Kevin James

1999 1999 2007 2001 1998 2007 2004 1998 2000 1994

CAREER RBIs 1. 191 Pete Zoccolillo 1996-99 191 Jake Daubert 1998-00 3. 184 Darren Fenster 1997-00 4. 167 Jeff Frazier 2002-04 5. 152 Todd Frazier 2005-07 6. 145 Angel Echevarria1990-92 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 2. 56 Graig Badger 3. 54 Ryan Hill 4. 44 Graig Badger 5. 42 Todd Frazier 42 Dave Marciniak 42 Vinny Esposito 8. 41 Tom Edwards 41 Eric Young 9. 40 Ryan Hill 40 Colin Gaynor 40 Sean Ryan

2007 2003 2007 2004 2006 1996 2003 2008 1988 2006 2005 1990

CAREER WALKS 1. 143 Graig Badger 2. 138 Todd Frazier 3. 117 Ryan Hill 117 Scott Trochim 5. 116 Brian Giallella 6. 115 Jeff Grose 7. 110 Eric Young 8. 109 Mike Higgins 9. 101 Sean Ryan 101 Joe Lynch 101 Darren Fenster

2001-04 2005-07 2005-07 1984-87 1992-95 2003-06 1987-89 1990-93 1988-90 1984-87 1997-00

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. .685 Pete Zoccolillo 1999 6. .676 Dave Marciniak 1998 7. .668 Jake Daubert 1998 8. .658 Glen Gardner 1987 9. .657 Jeff Frazier 2004 10. .654 Pete Hall 1961

CAREER SLUGGING PCT. 1. .684 Jeff Torborg 2. .634 Billy McCarthy 3. .625 Todd Frazier 4. .612 Pete Hall 5. .606 Ray Van Cleef 6. .602 Jason Imperial 7. .596 Pete Zoccolillo .596 Jake Daubert 9. .595 Glen Gardner 10. .590 Val Majewski

1961-63 2001 2005-07 1960-62 1949-51 1991 1996-99 1998-00 1986-88 2000-02

Graig Badger is the Rutgers single-season and career leader in walks, and is the single-season leader in stolen bases.

SINGLE SEASON STOLEN BASES 1. 41 Graig Badger 2003 2. 39 Doug Alongi 1993 3. 28 Eric Young 1989 4. 26 Eric Young 1988 26 Graig Badger 2004 6. 25 Todd Frazier 2007 25 Doug Alongi 1992 8. 24 Jeff Helman 1976 24 Dennis Mendoza 1971 10. 23 Bill Eaton 1964 23 Jeff Helman 1978 23 Dennis Mendoza 1970 CAREER STOLEN BASES 1. 85 Doug Alongi 1991-93 2. 83 Graig Badger 2002-04 3. 65 Todd Frazier 2005-07 4. 64 Eric Young 1987-89 5. 58 Dennis Mendoza1969-71 6. 57 Graig Badger 2001-04 7. 55 Jeff Helman 1975-78 8. 51 Brian Ciemniecki1998-01 9. 50 David DeJesus 1998-00 10. 46 Adam Neubart 1996-98

SINGLE SEASON TOTAL BASES 1. 187 Todd Frazier 2007 2. 159 Pete Zoccolillo 1999 3. 143 David DeJesus 1999 143 Doug Alongi 1993 5. 139 Val Majeski 2001 6. 138 Darren Fenster 2000 138 Val Majewski 2002 8. 137 Billy McCarthy 2001 9. 136 Todd Frazier 2006 136 Jeff Frazier 2004 11. 134 Glen Gardner 1988

David DeJesus owns two of the top three school marks for singleseason runs, setting a then-BIG EAST record with 85 in 1999.

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. 370 Jeff Frazier 2002-04 6. 336 Glen Gardner 1986-88 7. 329 Angel Echevarria1990-92 8. 326 Mike O’Brien 1997-00 9. 316 Val Majewski 2000-02 10. 301 Jeff Grose 2003-06

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PITCHING RECORDS SINGLE SEASON GAMES 1. 31 Matt Patterson 2. 29 Kevin Lillis 29 Sean Atchison 4. 28 Ryan Beard 5. 27 Ryan Molchan 27 Brian Stegen 7. 26 Eric Brown 8. 25 Kevin Lillis 25 Jason Downey 25 Chris Lillis 25 Matt Pustay CAREER GAMES 1. 82 Chris Lillis 2. 80 Eric Brown 3. 77 Matt Pustay 4. 74 Kevin Lillis 74 Jeff Miller 6. 73 Barry Walsh 7. 71 Jim Kohl 8. 69 Ryan Molchan 69 Mike Mundy 10. 63 Jason Downey

2008 2008 2003 2009 2002 1995 2000 2009 2007 2006 2005 2003-07 1998-01 2003-06 2007-09 1995-98 1997-00 1988-91 1999-02 1995-98 2006-09

SINGLE SEASON STARTS 1. 17 Steve Healing 2. 16 Matt Giannini 3. 15 Bobby Brownlie 15 Jack Egbert 15 Shaun Parker 15 Casey Gaynor 7. 14 Brian Delehanty 14 Darrin Winston 14 Jack Egbert 10. 13 Casey Gaynor 13 Matt Giannini 13 Matt Pustay 13 Tom Crohan 13 Tom Wheeler 13 Tom Crohan 13 Eric Brown 13 Mike Mundy 13 Scott Madison 13 Phil Schneider

2007 2007 2000 2003 2003 2007 1999 1988 2004 2009 2008 2006 2002 2002 2001 1999 1998 1996 1991

13 Dave Hoehler 13 Rob Fazekas

1991 1990

CAREER STARTS 1. 40 Matt Giannini 2006-08 2. 38 Neil Ioviero 1991-94 38 Tom Wheeler 1999-02 38 Noel Gluck 1985-88 38 Darrin Winston 1985-88 6. 37 Casey Gaynor 2007-09 7. 36 Bob MacDonald 1984-87 36 Jack Egbert 2002-04 9. 34 Rob Fazekas 1987, 89-90 34 Phil Schneider 1991-93 SINGLE SEASON INNINGS 1. 108.2 Steve Healing 2. 107.2 Dick Webber 3. 102.1 Bobby Brownlie 4. 98.1 Dave Hoehler 5. 97.0 Casey Gaynor 6. 95.2 Mike Barckley 7. 93.2 Brian Delehanty 93.2 Jim Wilson 9. 92.2 Scott Madison 10. 90.1 Sean Spicer

Scott Madison

2007 1949 2000 1991 2007 1988 1999 1999 1996 2006

CAREER INNINGS 1. 278.0 Darrin Winston 1985-88 2. 271.0 Tom Wheeler 1999-00 3. 265.1 Bobby Brownlie 2000-02 4. 250.1 Noel Gluck 1985-88 5. 235.1 Bob MacDonald 1984-87 6. 233.2 Matt Giannini 2006-08 7. 230.1 Neil Ioviero 1991-94 8. 226.2 Mike Mundy 1995-98 226.2 Rob Fazekas1987, 89-90 10. 221.2 Jack Egbert 2002-04 SINGLE SEASON WINS 1. 10 Steve Healing 10 Darrin Winston 10 Bobby Brownlie 4. 9 Brian Delehanty 9 Tom Wheeler

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8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Jack Egbert Eric Brown Jim Wilson Scott Madison Jim Kohl Jim Kohl Tom Foster Herm Hering

2003 1999 1999 1996 1991 1990 1950 1950

CAREER WINS 1. 26 Darrin Winston 1985-88 2. 25 Tom Wheeler 1999-02 3. 22 Bobby Brownlie 2000-02 4. 21 Noel Gluck 1985-88 5. 20 Bob MacDonald 1984-87 6. 19 Jim Kohl 1988-91 7. 18 Mike Barckley1989, 92-93 18 Rob Fazekas 1987, 89-90 18 Phil Schneider1990-91, 93 18 Jack Egbert 2002-04

2007 1988 2000 1999 2002

Bob MacDonald

SINGLE SEASON ERA 1. 0.69 Rob Kenney 2. 0.90 Jim Lawler 3. 1.26 Gerald Lacey 4. 1.29 Barry Wolven 5. 1.37 Ed Ott 6. 1.44 Gene Frey 7. 1.48 Norm Morton 8. 1.56 Paul Tootleman 9. 1.60 Mike Barckley 10.1.66 Harold White

1967 1980 1955 1962 1966 1965 1948 1958 1989 1965

CAREER ERA 1. 1.58 Norm Morton1943, 47-48 2. 1.73 Marty O'Brien 1986-89 3. 2.03 Rob Kenney 1965-67 4. 2.10 Gene Frey 1963-65

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5. 2.19 6. 2.21 7. 2.35 8. 2.48 9. 2.52 10.2.55

Harold White Barry Eggie Ken Eiker Wally Olsen Ron Maul John Bukovinsky

1965-66 1964-66 1956 1955-56 1970-71 1968-70

SINGLE SEASON STRIKEOUTS 1. 89 Bobby Brownlie 2000 2. 86 Bobby Brownlie 2001 3. 73 Darrin Kotch 1990 73 Darrin Winston 1988 5. 72 Matt Giannini 2007 72 Jack Egbert 2003 7. 70 Jim Wilson 1999 8. 69 Buddy Gallagher 2001 69 Karl Anderson 1977 10. 68 Phil Schneider 1993 CAREER STRIKEOUTS 1. 235 Bobby Browlie 2000-02 2. 183 Tom Wheeler 1999-02 3. 175 Darrin Winston 1985-88 4. 167 Casey Gaynor 2007-09 5. 163 Jack Egbert 2002-04 6. 151 Noel Gluck 1985-88 7. 150 Ed Ott 1966-68 8. 149 Mike Mundy 1995-98 9. 145 Phil Schneider1990-91, 93 10.142 Neil Ioviero 1991-94 SINGLE SEASON COMPLETE GAMES 1. 8 Scott Madison 1996 8 Darrin Winston 1988 8 Bobby Brownlie 2000 4. 7 Mike Barckley 1993 7 Darrin Winston 1986 7 Herb Cavano 1974


5 5 5

Mike Mundy Marty O'Brien Tom Malafronte

1996 1988 2004

CAREER SAVES 1. 18 Eric Brown 1998-2001 2. 14 Jeff Miller 1995-98 3. 13 Chris Lillis 2003-07 4. 12 Jim Kohl 1988-91 5. 11 Ryan Beard 2008-09 11 Marty O'Brien 1986-89 7. 10 Ryan Molchan 1999-02 8. 9 Brian Stegen 1994-98 9 Barry Walsh 1997-99 10. 7 Scott Simpson 1991-94

Darrin Winston Jack Egbert

Eric Brown is RU’s all-time leader in saves.

7. 9.

6 6 5

Brian Delehanty Mike Mundy 12 tied

1999 1997

CAREER COMPLETE GAMES 1. 22 Darrin Winston 1985-88 2. 20 Bobby Brownlie 2000-02 3. 16 Mike Barckley1989, 92-93 4. 13 Bob MacDonald 1984-87 5. 12 Noel Gluck 1985-88 6. 11 Karl Anderson 1975-77 11 Herb Cavano 1972-74 9. 10 Ed Ott 1966-68 10 Jack Egbert 2002-04 10. 9 Mike Mundy 1995-98 9 Neil Ioviero 1991-94 9 Lee Curly 1961-62 SINGLE SEASON SHUTOUTS 1. 4 Scott Madison 1996 4 Bobby Brownlie 2000 3. 3 Darrin Winston 1988 4. 2 Steve Healing 2007 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 2

Bobby Brownlie Jack Egbert

2001 2004

CAREER SHUTOUTS 1. 7 Bobby Brownlie 2000-02 4 Scott Madison 1993-96 4 Mike Barckley1989, 92-93 4 Darrin Winston 1985-88 5. 3 Neil Ioviero 1991-94 3 Jack Egbert 2002-04 7. 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. 9 Ryan Molchan 9 Brian Stegen 3. 8 Ryan Beard 8 Eric Brown 8 Eric Brown 8 Jim Kohl 7. 6 Jeff Miller 6 Scott Simpson 9. 5 Chris Lillis 5 Chris Lillis 5 Barry Walsh 5 Jeff Miller

Herm Herring, seen here at the plate, won eight games for the 1950 team, which advanced to the College World Series.

2002 1995 2009 2001 2000 1991 1998 1993 2007 2003 1999 1997

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ALL-TIME TEAM RECORDS HITTING

Batting Average 1. .344 2. .343 3. .339 4. .326 5. .320 6. .315 .315 8. .313 .313 10. .312

2000 1999 1998 1986 1985 2004 1987 2005 1997 2007

2,185 2,060 2,035 1,988 1,978 1,956 1,939 1,909 1,898 1,854

2007 1999 2000 2001 2006 2003 1988 1991 2002 1993

483 474 458 453 422 406 401 388 383 374 374

1999 2007 1998 2000 2003 1997 2006 1988 2005 2004 1987

142 141 133 128 121 121 113 111 110 105

2000 1999 1998 1997 2007 1988 2001 2005 2009 1993

707 701 681 615 606 600 579 573 572 572

1999 2000 2007 1998 2001 2003 1991 2004 2006 2005

27 27 22 21 20

2003 1997 1998 1987 1981

At Bats 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Doubles 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Triples 1. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7.

10. RBI 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

18 17 17 17 16 16

1985 2004 1990 1988 2008 1993

436 425 414 402 377 363 354 346 345 345

1999 2007 1998 2000 2003 1997 2006 2004 2005 2001

Home Runs 1. 63 2. 58 3. 52 4. 51 5. 48 6. 47 47 8. 44 9. 43 43

Total Bases 1. 1,018 2. 1,009 3. 976 4. 966 5. 854 854 854 854 9. 845 10. 844 Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

318 312 294 291 279 269 266 261 257 252 252

Stolen Bases 1. 106 2. 94 3. 90 4. 83 5. 80 6. 79 7. 75 8. 73 9. 71 71

ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Wins 1. 3. 4. 6.

2007 1998 2006 1987 1999 2005 2004 1988 2002 1993

9. 10.

PITCHING 3.03 3.29 3.35 3.50 3.53 3.56 3.82 3.89 3.96 3.98

1987 1978 1989 2000 1996 1973 2001 1976 1993 2002

42 42 40 38 38 37 37 37 36 35

2007 2001 2000 1993 1988 2003 1999 1990 1987 2002

Complete Games 1. 21 2. 19 3. 17 17 5. 16 6. 15 15 8. 14 9. 13 10. 13

1999 2007 2000 1998 2006 2005 2003 1988 2004 2001

Shutouts 1. 8 8 3. 6 6 5. 5 5 5 8. 4 4 4 4

1990 2007 1988 1987 1995 2006 1992 1991 1997 2005 1996

Saves 1. 2. 4. 5. 6.

1991 1993 2003 1989 1994 1992 1998 1988 2007 2000

14 13 13 12 11 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

Innings Pitched 1. 558.2 2. 508.2 3. 504.1

THE RON KISH ACADEMIC AWARD

1989 1988 1992 1986 2000 1993 1990 1987 2001 1999 2004 2000 2001 1990 2007 2003 1988 1996 1993 1989 1975 1987 2007 2002 2004 2000 2009 2003 2001 1999 1996 1995 1991 2007 2001 2003

4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Hits 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

499.0 493.0 492.0 491.2 479.7 479.0 474.2

2006 1988 1999 2000 1991 2002 2008

178 197 205 209 248 255 258 266 290 342

1978 1977 1979 1980 1976 1974 1982 1975 1984 1985

124 135 143 145 157 159 164 186 199 209

1976 1980 1977 1979 1978 1982 1973 1975 1974 1987

Earned Runs 1. 81 2. 84 3. 93 4. 96 5. 98 6. 123 7. 126 8. 129 9. 136 10. 138 Walks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

82 92 94 108 123 129 137 157 171 171

Strikeouts 1. 398 2. 382 3. 366 4. 360 5. 359 6. 335 7. 319 8. 318 9. 313 10. 311

1976 1978 1979 1973 1980 1974 1975 1982 1977 1987 1979 1980 1978 1976 1977 1982 1973 1974 1992 1983 2001 2007 2003 2000 2002 1999 1993 2008 2004 2009

The Ron Kish Academic Award, which honors the Rutgers baseball player with the top grade point average on the team, is presented annually at the team’s postseason banquet.

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Tim Roth Adam Deutsch Tim Roth Steve DePolo Scott Kmick Chris Dorsett Corey Long

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Scott Burkholder Corey Long Chris Dorsett Chris Dorsett Lance Horta Lance Horta Darren Fenster

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ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS -AAbbatello, Vincent, 1951 Acampora, Bobby, 2003, 04, 05, 06 Acken, R.G., 1913, 14 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 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, 2002, 2003 Atwood, Donner, 1944 Ayers, Seth, 1994 Azarita, Frank, 1958 -BBadger, Graig, 2001, 2002, 2003, 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 Bayard, Greg, 2009 Bayles, T. Bevier, 1932 Beard, Ryan, 2008, 09 Beard, Willie, 2009 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 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, 2001, 2002

Beringhouse, Benjamin, 1921, 22 Berkowitz, Robert G.1974, 76 Betteridge, Dan, 2007, 08, 09 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 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 Bobrowski, Charles, 1937, 38 Boettcher, Richard C., 1927, 28, 29 Bogus, David, 1990 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 Bowman Harry B., 1923, 24, 25 Box, Merle, 1946, 47, 48 Boydell, Craig, 1964 Boykin, Brandon, 2008, 09 Bradley, Kyle, 2007, 08, 09 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 Bright, Robert, 1957 Brignola, Marc A., 1979, 80 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, 2001 Brown, F.S., 1903, 04 Browning, D.B., 1914, 15, 16 Browning, H., 76, 77 Brownlie, Bobby, 2000, 2001, 2002 Bruce, M.L., 83, 84 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, 1998 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 -CCaffrey, Dave, 2002, 04 Calabrese, Michael, 1959, 60, 61 Calisit, Louis, 1944 Callahan, Donny, 2004, 05, 06, 07, 08 Calts, Richard, 1934 Campbell, Peter, 1939, 40

Campbell, Sean, 2009 Cann, James, 1989, 90, 91 Cantini, Ernest C., 1923, 24, 25 Canuso, Rich, 2001, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Capasso, Michael A., 1981, 82 Carlson, George, 1958, 59, 60 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, 2002, 2003, 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 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 Cortazzo, Steven, 1957, 58, 59 Cox, F., 1894, 96 Cramer, W., 1879 Crohan, Tom, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002 Crowell, Whiney (Mgr), 1949 Cuny, Robert D., 1967, 68, 69 Curley, Lee W., 1961, 62 Czarnota, Steven W., 1971, 72, 73 -DDammeyer, 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'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 Delehanty, Brian, 1998, 99, 2000, 2001 Dell, Curtis, 1944 Della Rosa, Michael R., 1967 Deller, George L., 1968, 69, 70 Demarest, W.H., 1880, 81 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 DeWitt, John, 1883, 84, 85, 87, 90 DeWitt, T.F., 1882

Angel Echeverria signs his first professional contract in 1992 as Rockies scout and former RU assistant Mike Garlati and Coach Fred Hill look on.

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Dial, Erik, 2003, 04 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 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 -EEastman, 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, 2003, 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 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, Vinny, 2000, 2002, 2003 -FFallon, Edward, 1946 Farley, P.J., 1916 Farley, Robert, 1958 Faussett, W.W., 1907 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 Feigus, Jay, 1984, 85 Feldman, Joseph, 1952, 53, 54, 55 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 Flitcraft, Mildreth M., 1942 Fynn, Joseph J., 1974, 75 Flynn, William E., 1921 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, William, 1938, 40 French, W. Edward, 1920 Frey, Gene B., 1963, 64, 65 Frezza, Joseph C., 1968, 69, 70 Fuller, P.J., 1871, 72 -GGaeta, Nick, 2009 Gallagher, Buddy 1998, 99, 2000, 2001 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 Gaynor, Colin, 2003, 04, 05 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 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 -HHaas, 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 Harrison, C.W., 1885 Hart, F.M., 1898, 99, 1900, 01 Hart, Michael J., 1968 Harter, A. Glenn, 1933 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 Herrero, Jose, 1984 Herring, Herman H., 1947, 49, 50 Herrman, Jim, 1999 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

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 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 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 -I-JIaniero, Joey, 2008, 09 Imperial, Jason, 1991 Ingersoll, C.E., 1984, 85, 87 Ioviero, Neil, 1991, 92, 93, 94 Irwin, Joseph C., 1929 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, H.L., 1913, 14, 15 Jewett, E.W., 1879 Jimenez, Jarred, 2007, 08, 09 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 -KKalapos, Steve, 1947, 48, 49, 50 Kalb, Aaron, 2002, 03, 04, 05 Kalinger, Roger P., 1963, 64, 65 Kapp, Ryan, 2009 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 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 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 -LLacey, 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 Lanin, Matt, 2000 Lansing, H.M., 1880, 81 Laster, Sidney E. (Mgr), 1943

Laub, Jason, 1995, 96 Lauffer, Robert G., 1942 Laurans, Raymond, 1936 Law, Charlie, 2009 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 Leonard, Robert E., 1955, 56, 57 Lepine, Austin, 1935, 36, 37 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 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 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 -MMacCloskey, 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, 2001, 2002 Makoski, William J., 1943, 46 Malafronte, Tom, 2002, 2003, 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

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Mantz, K. Alan, 1965, 66, 67 Marchese, Jay, 1989, 90, 91, 92 Marciniak, Dave 1996, 97, 98 Marciniak, Jeff 1998, 99, 2000, 2001 Marcus, Paul, 1974 Markantes, Thomas, 1936 Marrone, Michael J., 1967 Martin, G.W., 1911 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 Mathis, Aaron L., 1955 Matthews, Jaren, 2008, 09 Maull, Ronald L., 1970, 71 Maurer, Mark K., 1949 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 McCue, Jon, 2005, 06, 07, 08, 09 McDonough, Charles, 1950, 51, 52 McDowell, James, 1989, 90 McGlennon, William, 1939, 40 McKenzie, Donald, 1944 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 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 M iller, 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, 2001, 2002 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, 2003 Mullen, John, 1938, 39 Mumma, Raymond E., 1942, 43 Mundy, Michael, 1995, 96, 97, 98 Murphy, Billy, 2008, 09 Muschiatti, Lawrence, 1958 Mutch, W.E., 1919, 20 -NNedvins, 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, 2001, 2002, 2003 Norton, Joseph, 1985 Norton, Robert C., 1963, 64, 65 Nothnagle, Bill P., 1962 Nutt, Robert, 1906 -OO'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'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 Olson, Walter, 1954, 55, 56 Oram, K.S., 1896, 97, 98 Osborne, Robert, 1987, 88 Ott, Edgar A., 1966, 67, 68 Ozoroski, Mark, 1986, 87, 89 -PPall, 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 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, 2001 Perkins, James, 1940, 41 Perrine, Dan, 2009 Perry, Ronald, 1976, 77, 78 Pesin, Arthur D. (Mgr), 1950 Peterson, C. Donald, 1963 Peterson, Harding W., 1948, 49, 50 Peterson, Sean, 2009 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, 2002 Pierson, Kyle, 1995 Pietrucha, Robert J., 1961, 64 Piez, C.W., 1909 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, 2001, 2002 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-RQuerns, Tim, 2004, 05, 06, 07 Quick, Jacob, 1958, 59, 60 Quinn, John, 1985 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

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Rice, Loyce, 1988, 89 Rice, R.C., 1906 Richard, Aaron, 2003 Richters, J.C., 1898, 99, 1900, 01 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, 2003, 04, 05 Rogers, Don (Mgr), 1954 Rogers, F.V., 1883, 84 Rogoff, Joseph, 1944 Roman, Michael, 1984 Rooney, Thomas F., 1934, 35, 36 Rosario, Jamel, 2001, 2002, 2003 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 -SSaba, 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, 2001, 2002 Santoro, Steven H., 1972, 73, 74, 75 Saraceno, Robert, 1985 Sarles, E.H., 1898, 99 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 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, 2001, 2002, 2003 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 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 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, 2001

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 Sutton, Leonard, 1984, 85, 86, 87 Sweeney, Thomas D., 1972, 73, 74 Sweeney, Tim, 2000, 2001, 2002 Swiderski, Steve, 1984 Sykes, Charles, 1919 -TTaliaferro, 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 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 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 -U-VUlrich, Ken, 1999, 2000 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, 2001, 2002, 2003 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 -WWade, 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, Stewart Newton, 1928, 30 Wallace, James, 1939, 40, 41 Wallace, W.H., 1907, 1909 Walsh, Barry 1997, 98, 99, 2000

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 1946 Charles Ward - 9-5 4/ 6 CONNECTICUT 4/10 COLUMBIA 4/13 COLGATE 4/17 PRINCETON 4/20 SETON HALL 4/24 at Drexel 5/ 1 PANZER 5/ 8 at Stevens 5/11 at Lehigh 5/15 CAMP KILMER 5/20 at Lafayette 5/22 LEHIGH 5/25 at Princeton 6/ 8 BC

1947 Charles Ward - 10-4 3/29 at Maryland 3/31 at Columbia 4/ 3 TRINITY 4/ 7 FORDHAM 4/11 NWK BEARS 4/12 PANZER 4/23 at Lehigh 4/26 RUTGERS NWK 4/30 at Princeton 5/10 at Lafayette 5/17 LEHIGH 5/19 at Morristown 5/23 at Amer. Leg. 5/24 LAFAYETTE 1948 3/31 4/ 3 4/ 7 4/ 9 4/10 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/21 4/24 4/28 4/29 5/ 1 5/ 8 5/11 5/12 5/15 5/17 5/19 5/21 5/22 6/ 8 6/ 9 6/12

Charles Ward - 21-3 SYRACUSE WESLEYAN COLUMBIA at Army PANZER COLGATE MARYLAND at Stevens at Lehigh PRINCETON at New York at Fort Monmouth SETON HALL LAFAYETTE at Princeton TEMPLE LEHIGH at Navy VILLANOVA NEWARK COL. at Lafayette MARYLAND Navy (NCAA) HARVARD

1949 Charles Ward 18-9-1 3/28 at U. of Virginia 3/29 at U. of Virginia 3/30 at William & Mary 4/1 at U. of Maryland 4/2 at GW 4/4 at Navy 4/9 FORDHAM 4/12 at Temple 4/15 CONNECTICUT 4/16 U.S. MilitArmy 4/19 NEWARK BEARS 4/20 at Villanova 4/26 PENN STATE 4/27 at Seton Hall 4/30 LAFAYETTE 5/3 at Syracuse 5/4 at Colgate 5/11 at Columbia 5/13 GEORGETOWN 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 U. OF VIRGINIA

1950 George M. Case 17-4-1 3/27 at U. of Maryland 3/28 at U. of Maryland 3/29 at U. of Virginia 3/31 at Washington & Lee 4/ 1 at GW 4/ 8 NAVY 4/10 at Georgetown 4/12 COLUMBIA 4/15 at Penn State 4/19 LEHIGH 4/21 COLGATE 4/22 PRINCETON 4/29 at Lafayette 5/ 4 at Fordham 5/ 6 AMHERST 5/ 8 TEMPLE 5/10 VILLANOVA 5/17 at Lehigh 5/20 LAFAYETTE 5/27 at Princeton 6/ 5 SETON HALL

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2- 7 13- 3 4- 2 9- 6 17-16 9- 2 12- 7 9- 0 3- 2 8- 0 9- 5 5- 3 0- 2 7- 6 5- 3 6- 5 2- 1 2- 0 5- 1 5- 0 7- 0 8- 1 2- 3 4- 1

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

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6/10 U. OF VIRGINIA W 10- 8 District II Champs, NCAA World Series Semifinalist 1951 George M. Case - 15-8 3/26 at John Hopkins 3/27 at Maryland 3/28 at GW 3/29 at Georgetown 4/ 4 at Navy 4/ 7 MARYLAND 4/14 C.C.N.Y.

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4/17 4/18 4/21 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/ 1 5/ 4 5/ 5 5/ 8 5/12 5/14 5/16 5/19 6/ 6 6/ 9

at Villanova at Columbia LAFAYETTE PENN STATE at Lehigh ST. JOHN’S PRINCETON at Newark Col. SO. JERSEY-RU at Seton Hall DELAWARE at Army LEHIGH at Lafayette at Princeton FORDHAM

1952 George M. Case 9-7-1 3/27 at Maryland 3/28 at Maryland 3/29 at Navy 4/ 2 VILLANOVA 4/10 PRINCETON 4/12 C.C.N.Y. 4/19 GEORGETOWN 4/22 at Army 4/30 COLUMBIA 5/ 2 at Penn State 5/ 3 at Lafayette 5/10 at Delaware 5/14 at Lehigh 5/16 COLGATE 5/17 LAFAYETTE 5/31 at Princeton 6/ 7 FORDHAM 1953 George M. Case 9-5 4/ 1 at Maryland 4/ 2 at Johns Hopkins 4/ 3 at American Univ. 4/ 8 TEMPLE 4/11 at Columbia 4/15 at Army 4/22 at Villanova 4/25 at Lehigh 4/28 at Princeton 5/ 9 at Fordham 5/13 LEHIGH 5/16 LAFAYETTE 5/20 DELAWARE 5/23 at Colgate

1954 George M. Case 9-11 4/ 2 at Johns Hopkins 4/ 7 TUFTS 4/10 COLUMBIA 4/13 at Navy 4/14 at Pennsylvania 4/21 ST. JOHN’S 4/23 COLGATE 4/24 LEHIGH 5/ 1 at Lafayette 5/ 5 at Penn State 5/12 at Delaware 5/15 FORDHAM 5/19 at Lehigh 5/22 LAFAYETTE 5/29 at Princeton 6/ 5 CONNECTICUT

1955 George M. Case 9-11 4/ 5 PENN 4/ 6 PRINCETON 4/ 7 at Columbia 4/ 9 TEMPLE 4/ 9 TEMPLE 4/15 PENN STATE 4/16 at Fordham 4/20 LAFAYETTE 4/23 LEHIGH 4/23 LEHIGH 4/27 at Princeton 4/30 at Lafayette 5/ 4 NEWARK RU 5/ 7 DELAWARE 5/ 7 DELAWARE 5/11 McGUIRE AF 5/12 at Villanova 5/18 at Lehigh 5/20 at Syracuse 5/21 at Colgate

1956 George M. Case 10-8-1 4/ 2 U. OF MAINE 4/ 3 at Penn 4/10 PRINCETON 4/12 at Temple 4/14 COLUMBIA 4/14 COLUMBIA 4/20 COLGATE 4/21 at Lehigh 4/23 N.Y.U. 4/27 SYRACUSE 4/28 at Lafayette 5/ 5 at Penn State 5/ 8 at Delaware 5/10 at Princton 5/12 FORDHAM 5/12 FORDHAM 5/16 LAFAYETEE 5/19 LEHIGH 5/19 LEHIGH 1957 George M. Case 6-10 4/ 3 TEMPLE 4/ 9 PRINCETON 4/12 Army 4/13 VILLANOVA 4/20 LEHIGH 4/24 PENN 4/27 at Lafayette 5/1 at Princeton 5/3 PENN ST.

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5/4 5/7 5/8 5/15 5/17 5/18 6/1

at NYU DELAWARE at Columbia LAFAYETTE at FORDHAM at Lehigh St. John's

1958 George M. Case 8-9 3/29 COLBY 4/ 1 C.C.N.Y. 4/ 2 at Pennsylvania 4/ 3 MAINE 4/ 9 PRINCETON 4/10 at St. John's 4/15 COLUMBIA 4/16 at Army 4/19 at Lehigh 4/26 at Lafayette 4/30 Muhlenberg 5/2 at NYU 5/10 at Delaware 5/12 at Princeton 5/14 LAFAYETTE 5/16 COLGATE 5/17 LEHIGH

1959 George M. Case 12-5 3/26 BOWDOIN 3/31 M.I.T. 4/ 4 at Pennsylvania 4/ 8 PRINCETON 4/15 at U.S.M.A. 4/17 FORDHAM 4/18 LEHIGH 4/22 at Temple 4/25 LAFAYETTE 4/30 NYU 5/ 2 ST. JOHN’S 5/ 6 at Lafayette 5/ 8 at Princeton 5/ 9 DELAWARE 5/12 VILLANOVA 5/16 at Lehigh 6/ 6 HOFSTRA 1960 George M. Case 11-6 4/ 1 MAINE 4/ 6 PRINCETON 4/ 9 PENN 4/13 at Wagner 4/15 COLGATE 4/16 at Lehigh 4/20 HOWARD UNIV` 4/23 TEMPLE 4/26 COLUMBIA 4/28 at NYU. 4/30 PENN STATE 5/ 3 at Princeton 5/ 4 at Columbia 5/ 7 LAFAYETTE 5/14 LEHIGH 5/19 at Fordham 5/21 at Delaware 1961 Matt Bolger 15-4-1 4/ 5 ST. JOHN’S 4/ 7 PRINCETON 4/12 WAGNER 4/15 at Lehigh 4/19 VILLANOVA 4/20 at Pennsylvania 4/22 at Colgate 4/27 RIDER 4/28 at Hofstra 5/ 1 at Columbia 5/ 3 at Penn State 5/ 5 at Temple 5/ 6 SETON HALL 5/ 8 NYU 5/11 at Lafayette 5/13 LEHIGH 5/17 LAFAYETTE 5/19 at Princeton 5/20 DELAWARE 5/20 DELAWARE 1962 Matt Bolger 14-4 3/30 at Virginia 4/ 4 at Villanova 4/11 at Army 4/14 LEHIGH 4/17 at Princeton 4/19 at Gettysburg 4/21 COLGATE 4/24 at Rider 4/26 at Muhlenberg 4/28 BUCKNELL 5/ 1 at Columbia 5/ 4 PRINCETON 5/9 LAFAYETTE 5/11 COLUMBIA 5/12 at Lehigh 5/14 PENN 5/15 at Lafayette 5/19 at Delaware

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

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1964 Matt Bolger 9-11 4/ 1 COLGATE 4/ 4 BROWN 4/ 9 SETON HALL 4/11 LEHIGH 4/16 at St. John’s 4/18 PENN STATE 4/18 PENN STATE 4/24 RIDER 4/25 BUCKNELL 4/27 at Princeton 5/ 2 at Colgate 5/ 4 HOFSTRA 5/ 6 at Army 5/ 7 LAFAYETTE 5/ 9 GLASSBORO 5/11 TRENTON ST. 5/13 at Lehigh 5/15 at Lafayette 5/16 at Delaware 5/16 at Delaware

1965 Matt Bolger 11-10 4/ 6 COLUMBIA 4/ 9 NEW HAMP. 4/10 at Lehigh 4/15 COLGATE 4/17 LAFAYETTE 4/20 PRINCETON 4/23 at Bucknell 4/24 at Penn State 4/24 at Penn State 4/28 at Army 4/30 at L.I.U. 5/ 4 at Columbia 5/ 5 at Lafayette 5/ 8 at Trenton State 5/10 at Seton Hall 5/12 LEHIGH 5/15 VILLANOVA 5/17 ST. JOHN’S 5/18 RIDER 5/19 at Princeton 5/20 at Hofstra 1966 Matt Bolger 11-6-1 4/ 6 at Columbia 4/ 8 NEW HAMP. 4/ 9 SETON HALL 4/11 at Fordham 4/12 at St. John’s 4/14 LEHIGH 4/16 LAFAYETTE 4/19 at Princeton 4/23 PENN STATE 4/23 PENN STATE 4/26 HOFSTRA 4/29 at Cornell 4/30 at Colgate 5/ 2 COLUMBIA 5/ 3 at Lafayette 5/ 5 L.I.U. 5/ 7 at Delaware 5/ 10 PRINCETON 1967 Matt Bolger 13-5 3/31 NEW HAMP. 4/1 BUCKNELL

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

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4 /5 4/ 8 4/10 4/12 4/14 4/15 4/15 4/18 4/20 4/22 4/22 5/29 5/ 2 5/ 4 5/ 6 5/9

at Columbia LAFAYETTE at Seton Hall ST. JOHN’S at Lehigh SYRACUSE SYRACUSE PRINCETON at Army PENN STATE PENN STATE VILLANOVA at Lafayette LEHIGH at Colgate at Princeton

1968 Matt Bolger 15-7-1 3/20 ST. PETERS 3/29 FDU 4/ 2 at Army 4/ 4 COLUMBIA 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 N.Y.U. (NCAA)

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

1969 Matt Bolger 13-17-1 3/21 Kentucky 3/21 Georgia Southern 3/22 Kentucky 3/22 Georgia Southern 3/25 Rollins 3/26 Northwestern 3/27 Amherst 3/27 Amherst 3/28 Rollins 3/29 Northwestern 4/ 1 DARTMOUTH 4/ 3 at Army 4/ 5 LAFAYETTE 4/ 7 ST. JOHN’S 4/ 9 NEW HAMP. 4/11 at Lehigh 4/13 at Seton Hall 4/15 PRINCETON 4/21 at Hofstra 4/24 SETON HALL 4/26 at Colgate 4/26 at Colgate 4/28 RIDER 4/30 at Lafayette 5/ 1 LEHIGH

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

Head Coach Matt Bolger with Capt. Don Mastropaolo in 1967.


5/ 3 5/7 5/ 8 5/10 5/11 5/13

DELAWARE FORDHAM at Columbia N.Y.U. at FDU at Princeton

1970 Matt Bolger 15-6 4/ 6 at Delaware 4/ 7 COLUMBIA 4/10 SETON HALL 4/12 at Fordham 4/13 LEHIGH 4/18 at Penn State 4/18 at Penn State 4/22 HOFSTRA 4/25 COLGATE 4/25 COLGATE 4/26 at Seton Hall 4/29 at Lehigh 5/1 at St. John's 5/2 at Villanova 5/4 at Rider 5/6 at Lafayette 5/7 FDU 5/9 NYU 5/9 NYU 5/11 at Princeton 5/12 PRINCETON

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

1973 Matt Bolger 13-18 3/18 at Murray State 3/18 at Murray State 3/19 at Murray State 3/19 at Murray State 3/21 at Memphis State 3/22 at Memphis State 3/23 at Louisville 3/24 at Louisville 3/27 DARTMOUTH 3/29 SETON HALL 3/31 CONNECTICUT 3/31 CONNECTICUT 4/ 3 DELAWARE 4/ 7 FORDHAM 4/ 7 FORDHAM 4/ 9 at Lehigh 4/11 at Princeton 4/12 at FDU 4/14 PENN STATE 4/14 PENN STATE 4/15 at Seton Hall 4/17 LAFAYETTE 4/19 ST. JOHN’S 4/21 COLGATE 4/21 COLGATE 4/24 LEHIGH 4/30 at Columbia 5/ 2 at Lafayette 5/ 5 VILLANOVA 5/ 7 RIDER 5/8 PRINCETON

1974 Matt Bolger 15-17 3/16 at Murray State 3/17 at Murray State 3/17 at Murray State 3/18 Illinois, Chicago 3/18 at Arkansas State 3/19 at Arkansas State 3/19 at Arkansas State 3/20 at Lambuth 3/26 DARTMOUTH 4/28 SETON HALL 4/ 1 COLUMBIA 4/ 3 at Army 4/ 6 LEHIGH 4/ 7 at Fordham 4/ 7 at Fordham 4/ 8 LEHIGH 4/12 at Bucknell 4/13 at Penn State

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3- 0 3-0 4- 7 4- 8 3- 1 0- 3

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

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

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

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

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

4/13 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/30 5/ 2 5/ 4 5/ 5 5/ 6

at Penn State at Lafayette at St. John’s COLGATE COLGATE at Seton Hall at Lehigh at Princeton N.Y.U. at Rider LAFAYETTE at Villanova F.D.U. HOFSTRA

1975 Matt Bolger 14-13-1 3/21 at Murray State 3/22 at Univ. of Chicago 3/23 at Murray State 3/24 at Vanderbilt 3/25 at Lambuth 3/26 at Lambuth 3/27 North Dakota 3/27 at Murray State 3/31 F &M 4/ 1 SETON HALL 4/ 2 at Columbia 4/ 5 FORDHAM 4/ 7 at Lehigh 4/ 8 at Princeton 4/10 DELAWARE 4/12 PENN STATE 4/12 PENN STATE 4/17 ST. JOHN’S 4/22 LEHIGH 4/23 PRINCETON 4/27 L.I.U. 4/27 L.I.U. 4/30 at FDU 5/ 3 VILLONOVA 5/ 7 RIDER 5/ 9 LAFAYETTE 5/10 at Seton Hall 5/12 at Army 1976 Matt Bolger 14-8 3/27 NORTHEASTERN 3/30 COLUMBIA 4/ 4 at Seton Hall 4/ 7 PRINCETON 4/ 9 at Bucknell 4/10 at Penn State 4/10 at Penn State 4/13 LAFAYETTE 4/14 at St. John’s 4/16 MONMOUTH C.C. 4/20 at Lehigh 4/21 at Princeton 4/24 at Fordham 4/28 at Lafayette 4/30 FDU 5/ 4 ARMY 5/ 8 SETON HALL 5/15 FAIRFIELD 5/21 St. John’s (ECAC) 5/22 Princeton (ECAC)

1977 Matt Bolger 8-10-1 3/30 LAFAYETTE 3/31 at Wagner 4/3 SETON HALL 4/6 at Princeton 4/8 BUCKNELL 4/9 PENN STATE 4/9 PENN STATE 4/11 at Columbia 4/13 ST. JOHN"S 4/14 at Army 4/16 VILLANOVA 4/17 at Delaware 4/17 at Delaware 4/20 LEHIGH 4/22 at Monmouth CC 4/27 at Lafayette 4/29 at FDU 5/1 at Temple 5/5 PRINCETON 1978 Matt Bolger 17-10 3/28 NORTHEASTERN 3/29 NORTHEASTERN 3/31 L.I.U. 4/ 1 UPSALA 4/ 2 at Seton Hall 4/ 4 at Rider 4/ 5 PRINCETON 4/ 8 at Penn State 4/ 8 at Penn State 4/ 9 at Bucknell 4/10 LAFAYETTE 4/12 at St. John’s 4/13 ARMY 4/16 DELAWARE 4/16 DELAWARE 4/17 COLUMBIA 4/18 at Lehigh 4/21 HOWARD 4/22 IONA 4/25 TEMPLE 4/26 at Lafayette 4/28 at FDU 4/29 VILLANOVA 5/ 1 at Princeton 5/ 3 LEHIGH 5/ 6 at Fordham 5/ 7 SETON HALL 1979 Matt Bolger 5-17 3/27 at Columbia 3/28 LAFAYETTE 3/31 at L.I.U. 4/ 1 SETON HALL 4/ 6 BUCKNELL 4/ 7 PENN STATE 4/ 7 PENN STATE 4/10 at Princeton

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8- 3 3- 2 6- 7 7- 0 5- 1 0- 1 5- 6 7- 8 7- 5 14-19 1- 6 5- 9 5- 6 12- 7

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

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

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6-1 12-12 1-11 0-12 10-1 1-3 3-9 7-6 3-14 7-3 7-11 3-2 7-4 7-6 5-7 7-6 3-5 5-23 0-1

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

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2- 7 8- 0 3-10 0- 4 7- 4 4- 7 4-14 3- 4

4/11 4/12 4/16 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/24 4/25 4/29 4/30 5/ 2 5/ 5 5/ 6

ST. JOHN’S at Army at Penn LEHIGH MONTCLAIR Penn State (E.A.A) WVU (E.A.A.) at Temple at Lafayette RIDER PRINCETON at Lehigh FORDHAM at Seton Hall

1980 Matt Bolger 11-12 3/26 L.I.U. 4/ 2 PRINCETON 4/ 3 at St. John’s 4/ 7 LAFAYETTE 4/10 ARMY 4/11 SETON HALL 4/12 IONA 4/12 IONA 4/15 LEHIGH 4/17 at Lafayette 4/18-19 E.A.A. Tournament 4/18-19E.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

1981 Matt Bolger 16-13-1 3/21 at Murray State 3/21 at Murray State 3/22 at Murray State 3/23 at Murray State 3/24 at Murray State 3/25 at Murray State 3/27 CONNECTICUT 3/28 at Lehigh 3/31 RIDER 4/ 1 at Princeton 4/ 2 BUCKNELL 4/ 3 ST. JOHN’S 4/ 4 PENN STATE 4/ 4 PENN STAE 4/ 6 at L.I.U. 4/ 7 LAFAYETTE 4/ 8 at Rhode Island 4/ 8 at Rhode Island 4/11 UPSALA 4/13 at Pennsylvania 4/15 ST. PETER’S 4/16 at Lafayette 4/18 UMASS 4/18 UMASS 4/20 WAGNER 4/21 at Temple 4/22 at Adelphi 4/24 FDU 4/25 at UMass 4/25 at UMass 4/27 PRINCETON 4/28 at Delaware 4/29 RHODE ISLAND 4/29 RHODE ISLAND 5/ 2 FORDHAM 5/ 3 at Seton Hall 1982 Matt Bolger 14-9 3/29 COLUMBIA 3/30 at Rider 4/ 1 ST. JOHN’S 4/ 2 at Bucknell 4/ 5 L.I.U. 4/14 at St. Peter’s 4/17 at UMass 4/17 at UMass 4/18 at Rhode Island 4/18 at Rhode Island 4/19 at Wagner 4/20 TEMPLE 4/21 ADELPHIA 4/22 MONTCLAIR 4/24 UMASS 4/24 UMASS 4/27 LAFAYETTE 4/29 at Wm Paterson 5/ 1 RHODE ISLAND 5/ 1 RHODE ISLAND 5/ 2 SETON HALL 5/ 3 at FDU 5/ 5 at Fordham 5/ 8 WVU(E.A.A.) 5/ 8 WVU (E.A.A.) 5/ 9 WVU (E.A.A.)

1983 Matt Bolger 13-22 3/18 Tampa 3/19 St. Leo 3/20 St. Leo 3/21 Tampa 3/22 Eckerd 3/23 S. Florida 3/24 S. Florida 3/24 S. Florida 3/29 Bucknell 4/2 Temple 4/2 Temple 4/4 LIU 4/5 Montclair 4/6 Princeton 4/7 Upsala 4/13 St. Peter's 4/14 St. John's 4/15 Seton Hall 4/1 Wagner 4/18 Rhode Island 4/18 Rhode Island

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

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

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4-12 6- 4 9- 6 19- 3 5- 3 12- 3 6- 1 6- 7 0- 1 4- 4 17-11 0-10 6- 5 8- 0 6-19 9- 2 7- 1 4- 2 3- 9 8- 2 11- 8 10- 8 1- 3 5-13 20- 4 6-14 6- 7 17- 9 8- 4 5- 3 7- 5 6-10 8- 9 8- 4 2-11 11-17

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

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

4/2 4/22 /23 4/23 4/26 4/27 4/29 4/30 4/30 5/1 5/1 5/4 5/4 5/5

St. Joseph's St. Joseph's Penn State Penn State Lafayette Delaware Lehigh Temple Temple Rhode Island Rhode Island St. Joseph's St. Joseph's Rider

1984 Fred Hill 13-21 3/16 Southern Illinois 3/17 Miami 3/18 Florida Memorial 3/20 Florida Memorial 3/21 Florida Memorial 3/22 Florida Intern'l 3/27 COLUBMIA 3/29 Fordham 4/ 2 LONG ISLAND 4/ 7 TEMPLE 4/ 7 TEMPLE 4/ 8 TEMPLE 4/10 Lehigh 4/11 St. Peter's 4/13 SETON HALL 4/14 Rhode Island 4/14 Rhode Island 4/19 St. Joseph's 4/21 St. Joseph's 4/21 St. Joseph's 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

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

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9-6 11-4 26-8 6-7 14-2 1-13 4-8 2-9 11-9 2-3 3-5 8-14 1-12 12-2 1-5 2-10 9-0 1-13 1-8 11-4 1-6 2-8 10-2 9-7 13-4 0-3 6-5 4-13 15-5 5-1 3-4 4-0 7-3

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

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7-15 22-1 3-9 8-6 6-4 8-2 3-8 0-2 3-14 25-7 8-7 11-4 20-5 5-16 8-7 5-10 9-6 11-6 3-15 4-2 4-5 8-6 13-1 23-13 5-3 12-3 4-8 4-2 4-5 5-6 5-2 8-7 6-4 9-4 3-1 7-2 6-9 8-10 13-2 16-4

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

4/19 4/29 4/30 5/ 1 5/ 6 5/8 5/ 9 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/16 5/17

UMASS Rider LAFAYETTE C.W. POST Iona PRINCETON GW WVU WVU WVU Maine(NCAA) Rider(NCAA)

1987 Fred Hill 36-14-1 2/28 William & Mary 3/ 6 North Carolina 3/ 7 North Carolina 3/ 8 North Carolina 3/13 Southern Illinois 3/14 LaSalle 3/15 St. Thomas (FL) 3/16 Maine 3/17 Miami 3/18 Sothern Illinois 3/20 Maine 3/20 Florida Intern'l 3/21 Florida Intern'l 3/24 St. Francis (NY) 3/25 UPSALA 3/26 MONMOUTH 3/27 BUCKNELL 3/28 PENN STATE 3/28 PENN STATE 4/ 1 New York Tech 4/ 2 WAGNER 4/ 3 SETON HALL 4/ 5 Temple 4/ 6 Temple 4/ 8 COLUMBIA 4/ 9 Pace 4/11 RHODE ISLAND 4/11 RHODE ISLAND 4/12 RHODE ISLAND 4/12 RHODE ISLAND 4/14 Rider 4/15 Adelphi 4/21 MONTCLAIR 4/22 WILL PAT 4/23 DELAWARE 4/25 Massachusetts 4/25 Massachusetts 4/26 Massachusetts 4/26 Massachusetts 4/29 Lafayette 4/30 Temple 4/30 Temple 5/ 1 C.W. Post 5/ 2 ST. JOSEPH'S 5/ 2 ST. JOSEPH'S 5/ 3 ST. JOSEPH'S 5/ 3 ST. JOSEPH'S 5/ 6 Princeton 5/ 8 Penn State 5/ 9 West Virginia 5/ 9 Massachusetts

1988 Fred Hill 38-21-1 3/ 4 Georgia Tech 3/ 5 Georgia Tech 3/ 6 Georgia Tech 3/11 North Carolina 3/12 North Carolina 3/13 North Carolina 3/17 Southern Illinois 3/17 Maine 3/18 Florida Intern'l 3/20 St. Thomas (FL) 3/21 Air Force 3/22 Miami 3/23 Miami 3/24 Florida Intern'l 3/25 St. Thomas (FL) 3/26 Air Force 3/29 ST. JOHN'S 3/30 NY TECH 3/31 Wagner 4/ 1 TEMPLE 4/ 1 TEMPLE 4/ 2 TEMPLE 4/ 2 TEMPLE 4/ 5 Lehigh 4/ 9 Rhode Island 4/ 9 Rhode Island 4/10 Rhode Island 4/10 Rhode Island 4/12 RIDER 4/13 ADELPHI 4/14 Seton Hall 4/16 St. Joseph's 4/16 St. Joseph's 4/17 St. Joseph's 4/17 St. Joseph's 4/19 MONTCLAIR 4/20 William Paterson 4/21 Delaware 4/22 FDU 4/23 UMASS 4/23 UMASS 4/24 UMASS 4/24 UMASS 4/26 Rider 4/27 LAFAYETTE 4/29 C.W. POST 4/30 FORDHAM 4/30 FORDHAM 5/ 1 UPSALA 5/ 2 Iona 5/ 3 Columbia 5/ 4 PRINCETON 5/ 8 Monmouth 5/13 GW 5/14 Massachusetts 5/14 Massachusetts 5/15 Massachusetts 5/19 Kentucky (NCAA 5/20 Clemson (NCAA) 5/21 Stanford

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6-1 5-1 13-11 9-7 10-23 4-3 4-1 8-3 4-9 10-3 1-5 4-9

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

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


1989 Fred Hill 34-19 3/ 3 Georgia Tech 3/ 4 Georgia Tech 3/ 5 Georgia Tech 3/11 NC State 3/11 NC State 3/12 NC State 3/17 Southern Illinois 3/18 Southern Illinois 3/19 St. Thomas (FL) 3/20 Illinois 3/21 St. Thomas (FL) 3/22 Michigan State 3/23 Florida Intern'l 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 PAT 4/20 DELAWARE 4/22 Massachusetts 4/22 Massachusetts 4/23 Massachusetts 4/23 Massachusetts 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

1990 Fred Hill 37-19 3/ 2 Georgia Tech 3/ 3 Georgia Tech 3/ 4 Georgia Tech 3/ 9 VCU 3/10 VCU 3/11 VCU 3/16 Southern Illinois 3/16 Miami 3/17 Miami 3/18 Florida Intern'l 3/20 St. Thomas (FL) 3/21 Florida Intern'l 3/21 Florida Intern'l 3/22 Washington State 3/24 Florida Atlantic 3/27 MONMOUTH 3/28 NEW YORK TECH 3/29 SETON HALL 4/ 5 PACE 4/ 7 Rhode Island 4/ 7 Rhode Island 4/ 8 Rhode Island 4/ 8 Rhode Island 4/10 RIDER 4/13 St. Joseph's 4/13 St. Joseph's 4/14 St. Joseph's 4/14 St. Joseph's 4/18 William Paterson 4/19 DELAWARE 4/20 LEHIGH 4/21 Massachusetts 4/21 Massachusetts 4/22 Massachusetts 4/22 Massachusetts 4/23 MONTCLAIR 4/24 FORDHAM 4/26 RIDER 4/27 C.W. POST 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 UConn (NCAA) 5/20 Maine (NCAA) 5/20 UNC (NCAA) 5/21 Georgia (NCAA) 5/21 Georgia (NCAA) 1991 Fred Hill 33-24-2 3/ 1 North Carolina 3/ 2 North Carolina 3/ 8 Georgia Tech 3/ 9 Georgia Tech 3/10 Georgia Tech /15 Southern Illinois 3/16 Southern Illinois 3/17 Florida Intern'l 3/18 Minnesota 3/19 Florida Intern'l 3/19 Florida Intern'l 3/20 Army 3/21 Minnesota 3/22 Miami 3/23 Miami 3/26 MONMOUTH 3/27 New York Tech

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

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1-3 1-2 2-12 7-3 4-2 9-6 2-9 2-6 3-6 8-7 11-3 10-22 3-8 3-16 7-6 2-14 0-2 4-3 17-5 2-3 9-4 5-4 10-0 1-0 5-1 8-3 8-5 4-0 10-8 13-8 15-0 12-5 10-2 2-1 5-6 7-6 5-9 15-7 16-2 11-0 7-8 4-8 10-3 8-2 4-1 8-2 2-1 8-7 2-11 6-4 2-3 15-5 5-4 9-7 4-3 9-20

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4-5 3-11 13-7 1-13 2 -11 5 -2 12-7 11-4 7-36 3-4 1-7 5-6 7-8 2-5 4-20 12-4 3-4

4/ 2 4/ 3 4/ 4 4/ 6 4/ 6 4/ 7 4/ 7 4/ 9 4/10 4/11 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/19 4/20 4/20 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/ 3 5/4 5/4 5/ 5 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/11 5/12 5/14 5/15 5/15 5/19 5/20

ST. JOHN'S Villanova St. John's ST. JOSEPH'S ST. JOSEPH'S ST. JOSEPH'S ST. JOSEPH'S Rider FDU SETON HALL Temple Temple Temple Temple Montclair W PATERSON ST. FRANCIS (NY) Massachusetts Massachusetts FORDHAM Lafayette C.W. Post RHODE ISLAND RHODE ISLAND RHODE ISLAND RHODE ISLAND IONA COLUMBIA Pace Massachusetts Massachusetts UPSALA GW Massachusetts Penn State Massachusetts Massachusetts Princeton PRINCETON PRINCETON Ok. State (NCAA) UAB (NCAA)

1992 Fred Hill 32-17 2/28 Georgia Tech 2/29 Georgia Tech 3/ 1 Georgia Tech 3/ 6 VCU 3/14 Army 3/15 Army 3/16 Southern Illinois 3/17 Miami 3/18 Southern Illinois 3/19 Miami 3/20 Florida Intern'l 3/21 Florida Intern'l 3/28 Rhode Island 3/28 Rhode Island 3/29 Rhode Island 3/29 Rhode Island 3/31 St. John's 4/ 1 VILLANOVA 4/ 2 ST. JOHN'S 4/ 4 St. Francis (NY) 4/ 4 St. Francis (NY) 4/ 5 St. Francis (NY) 4/ 7 RIDER 4/ 8 FDU 4/ 9 Seton Hall 4/11 St. Joseph's 4/11 St. Joseph's 4/12 St. Joseph's 4/12 St. Joseph's 4/14 MONTCLAIR 4/16 Monmouth 4/21 Rider 4/23 LAFAYETTE 4/25 UMASS 4/25 UMASS 4/26 UMASS 4/26 UMASS 4/27 St. Peter's 4/28 COLUMBIA 4/29 PRINCETON 5/ 1 PACE 5/ 2 TEMPLE 5/ 2 TEMPLE 5/ 3 TEMPLE 5/ 3 TEMPLE 5/ 4 SETON HALL 5/ 5 Iona 5/ 8 West Virginia 5/ 9 Massachusetts

1993 Fred Hill 38-17 2/19 at Tulane 2/20 at Tulane 2/21 at Tulane 3/5 at VCU 3/6 at VCU 3/7 at VCU 3/14 at Florida Atlantic 3/15 Southern Illinois 3/16 at Miami 3/17 Maine 3/18 Southern Illinois 3/19 at FIU 3/20 at FIU 3/23 at Monmouth 3/28 RHODE ISLAND 3/28 RHODE ISLAND 3/31 at Villanova 4/3 ST. Bonavemture 4/3 ST. Bonventure 4/4 ST. Bonventure 4/6 ar Rider 4/7 FDU 4/9 at UMass 4/9 at UMass 4/10 at UMass 4/13 MONTCLAIR ST. 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 NY Tech

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11-9 8-5 6-5 9-5 3-2 4-3 2-3 7-8 12-11 19-18 9-1 4-5 3-4 2-1 6-2 12-12 5-6 1-5 0-3 5-4 4-3 5-5 6-5 11-5 11-5 5-4 4-3 12-3 21-7 2-1 7-2 9-2 4-2 6-11 12-6 5-4 8-3 6-5 2-6 2-8 4-9 9-10

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

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

4/22 4/22 4/23 4/27 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4 5/6 5/8 5/8 5/9 5/11 5/14 5/15 5/16 5/27 5/28 5/29

ST. JOE'S ST. JOE"S ST. JOE"S COLUMBIA at Princeton ar Pace at GW at GW at GW at Seton Hall IONA at Lafayette at West Virginia at West Virginia at West Virginia at Rider GW Temple West Virginia Clemson UNC Charlotte Kansas (NCAA)

1994 Fred Hill 28-19 2/25 at Central Florida 2/26 at Central Florida 2/27 at Central Florida 3/5 at Georgia Tech 3/5 at Georgia Tech 3/6 at Geogria Tech 3/11 at Florida Atlantic 3/12 Southern Illinois 3/13 Southern Illinois 3/15 at Miami 3/16 at Miami 3/25 Lafayette 3/26 UMass 3/26 UMass 3/30 Villanova 3/31 Monmouth 4/2 at St. Bonaventure 4/2 at St. Bonaventure 4/5 Rider 4/8 St. Francis 4/9 GW 4/9 GW 4/10 GW 4/14 St. Peter's 4/17 at Rhode Island 4/17 at Rhdoe Island 4/18 at Rhode Island 4/19 at Rider 4/20 St. Joseph's 4/20 St. Jospeh's 4/21 Delaware 4/23 at Duquesne 4/23 at Duquesne 4/24 at Duquesne 4/26 at Columbia 4/27 at St. Joseph's 4/28 Pace 4/29 Seton Hall 4/30 Temple 4/30 Temple 5/1 Temple 5/3 at Iona 5/7 Princeton 5/11 Montclair State 5/13 West Virginia 5/14 UMass 5/17 New York Tech 1995 Fred Hill 28-29 2/24 at VCU 2/25 at VCU 2/26 at VCU 3/3 at Tulane 3/4 at Tulane 3/5 at Tulane 3/10 at Miami 3/11 at Miami 3/12 at Miami 3/13 vs. S. Illinois 3/14 at Florida Int. 3/15 at Florida Int. 3/16 vs. Providence 3/18 Duquesne 3/18 Duquesne 3/19 Duquesne 3/22 Seton Hall 3/23 at Lafayette 3/25 St. Bonaventure 3/25 St. Bonaventure 3/26 St. Bonaventure 3/28 at St. John's 3/29 at Monmouth 3/30 St. John's 4/1 Central Conn. 4/1 Central Conn. 4/4 at Rider 4/5 St. Joseph's 4/5 St. Joseph's 4/6 at St. Francis 4/8 at West Virginia 4/8 at West Virginia 4/9 at West Virginia 4/11 at Montclair State 4/13 at St. Joseph's 4/14 at Temple 4/14 at Temple 4/15 at Temple 4/18 Rider 4/19 at Princeton 4/20 at Delaware 4/22 at UMass 4/22 at UMass 4/23 at UMass 4/25 Columbia 4/26 at Villanova 4/28 Iona 4/29 Rhode Island 4/29 Rhode Island 4/30 Rhode Island 5/6 at GW 5/6 at GW 5/7 at GW 5/12 vs. UMass 5/13 vs. GW

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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 8-2

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7-1 0-2 1-6 2-1 7-17 2-13 12-5 5-8 8-3 5-14 6-7 12-8 2-3 8-7 2-5 6-0 1-0 9-6 9-6 11-10 1-3 3-0 12-4 23-10 8-1 7-3 9-4 1-10 12-4 5-7 5-8 9-2 5-4 18-5 8-5 8-14 5-8 1-10 6-1 4-3 11-5 10-9 4-3 8-14 1-12 3-9 5-2

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8-2 8-4 1-2 3-4 7-2 11-8 12-5 8-0 11-4 13-9 4-2 8-2 13-1 9-7 6-5 3-1 4-15 9-0 6-5 12-8 13-6 3-0 12-11 6-1 8-6 5-3 16-5 10-5 13-5 6-2 6-2 8-0 9-7 8-5 5-1 5-4 9-3 18-3 15-1 14-2 10-1 14-2 4-2 10-3 12-8 21-3 11-9 6-2 8-1 13-3 9-4 9-7 26-8 10-9 9-4

5/13 5/14

vs. St. Bonaventure vs. UMass

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16-12 10-3

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

vs. St. John’s vs. Villanova

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

at Old Dominion at Minnesota vs. UConn vs. California at Miami at Miami at Miami at Fl. International at Fl. Atlantic at Fl. Atlantic Lafayette St. Peter’s at Rider

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10-9 9-5 13-11 9-8 15-9 11-5 9-4 10-2 16-8 16-8 5-1 4-1 24-5 15-7 8-4

1996 Fred Hill 32-21-1 2/24 at VCU 2/25 at VCU 2/26 at VCU 3/1 at Georgia Tech 3/2 at Georgia Tech 3/3 at Georgia Tech 3/8 at Miami 3/9 at Miami 3/12 at FIU 3/13 at FIU 3/14 vs. George Mason 3/15 at central Florida 3/16 at Central Florida 3/17 at Central Florida 3/23 at UConn 3/23 at UConn 3/24 at St. John’s 3/25 at St. John’s 3/26 St. Peter’s 3/27 Monmouth 3/28 New York Tech 3/31 at Princeton 4/1 Princeton 4/2 at Rider 4/4 at Pitt 4/6 at West Virginia 4/6 at West Virginia 4/11 at FDU 4/13 at Notre Dame 4/13 at Notre Dame 4/14 at Notre Dame 4/18 Seton Hall 4/20 Villanova 4/20 Villanova 4/21 Villanova 4/23 at Columbia 4/24 Seton Hall 4/24 Seton Hall 4/25 Pace 4/26 at Iona 4/27 Boston College 4/27 Boston College 4/28 Providence 4/28 Providence 5/4 Georgetown 5/4 Georgetown 5/5 Georgetown 5/9 Delaware 5/10 James Madison 5/10 James Madison 5/11 James Madison 5/14 vs. Providence 5/15 vs. West Virginia

1997 Fred Hill -- 28-24 2/28 Old Dominion 3/1 Old Dominion 3/ 2 Old Dominion 3/7 at Tulane 3/ 8 at Tulane 3/9 at Tulane 3/12 at Lafayette 3/15 at Fla International 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/22

at Florida Atlantic at Florida Atlantic at Central Florida at Central Florida at Central Florida at Georgetown

3/29

at Boston College

3/23 3/27 4/ 3 4/5 4/ 6

4/ 9 4/10 4/13 4/13 4/15 4/16 4/21 4/22 4/23 4/24 4/26 4/27 4/30 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/4

5/5 5/10 5/13 5/14

at Georgetown at Providence at Monmouth West Virginia Pittsburgh

at Seton Hall FDU Notre Dame Notre Dame Rider Seton Hall at Rider Columbia at Seton Hall at Pace St. John’s UConn

at Delaware St. Francis (NY) Iona at Villanova at Villanova at Princeton Army

1998 Fred Hill -- 33-16 2/17 at Old Dominion 2/18 3/6 3/7 3/8 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/24 3/25 3/26

3/28 3/29 4/2 4/4

4/5 4/11 4/14 4/15 4/18 4/19 4/21 4/25 4/26 4/28 4/29 5/2 5/3 5/13 5/14 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/21 5/22 5/23

Pittsburgh

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4-1 12-2 9-6 15-10 6-5 19-5 11-8 4-3 4-3 11-1 9-8 9-6 13-8 7-3 16-5 10-5 17-13 5-4 22-4 14-4 7-5 8-2 7-2 9-6 3-2 14-10 7-6 12-0 17-15

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

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

Pittsburgh Monmouth at Villanova

1999 Fred Hill -- 37-21 2/26 at Old Dominion 2/27 at Old Dominion 2/28 at Old Dominion 3/5 at Georgia Tech 3/6 at Georgia Tech 3/7 at Georgia Tech 3/12 vs. Bucknell 3/13 vs. Bowling Green 3/14 vs. Iowa 3/15 vs. Liberty 3/16 at Fl. Atlantic 3/17 vs. Purdue 3/18 vs. Iowa 3/19 vs. Rhode Island 3/20 vs. Marist 3/23 vs. St. Peter’s 3/24 at Monmouth 3/27 Boston College 3/28

Notre Dame

4/3

at St. John’s

3/30 4/1

4/7 4/8 4/10

4/11 4/13 4/14 4/15 4/17 4/18 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/25 4/27 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/3 5/9 5/15 5/16 5/20 5/21 5/22 5/22 5/28 5/29

2000 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 2/27 3/3 3/4 3/5 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/18 3/19 3/22 3/23 3/25 3/25 3/26 3/28 3/29 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/6 4/8 4/8 4/10 4/12 4/13

at Princeton at West Virginia Seton Hall Fairleigh Dickinson UConn UConn at Rider at Seton Hall at Pace Villanova Villanova Seton Hall Delaware Providence

Providence Iona St. Francis at Georgetown at Georgetown Columbia Rider at Pittsburgh

at Pittsburgh vs. St. John’s vs. Providence vs. Providence vs. St. John’s vs. TX Tech (NCAA) vs. Rice (NCAA) Fred Hill -- 40-18 at NC State at NC State at NC State at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane at Miami at Miami at Miami vs. Wagner at Florida Atlantic vs. Florida Int’l vs. Miami (OH) Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Monmouth at Rider at Boston College at Boston College at Boston College St. Peter’s Princeton West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia at FDU at UConn at UConn at UConn at Rider Pace

7-4


2003 BIG EAST CHAMPS

4/15 4/15 4/16 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/25 4/29 4/29 4/30 5/2 5/3 5/13 5/13 5/14 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20 5/21 5/26 5/27 5/28

2001 2/16 2/17 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/21 3/2 3/3 3/4 3/9 3/10 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/14 3/18 3/19 3/19 3/23 3/23 3/25 3/26 3/27 3/28 3/29 3/31 3/31 4/1 4/3 4/4 4/5 4/7 4/7 4/8 4/11 4/12 4/12 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/18 4/21 4/21 4/22 4/24 4/28 4/28 4/29 5/1 5/2 5/12 5/12 5/13 5/17 5/18 5/25 5/26 5/26 5/27 2002 2/22 2/23 2/24 3/1 3/2 3/2 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/24

St. John’s St. John’s St. John’s at Columbia Pittsburgh Pittsburgh at Iona at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Delaware Lafayette at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh vs. UConn vs. Seton Hall vs. Seton Hall vs. Seton Hall vs. Army (NCAA) vs. UNC (NCAA) vs. Penn St. (NCAA) Fred Hill -- 42-17 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at NC State at NC State at NC State at GA Tech at GA Tech at GA Tech at Miami at Miami at Miami vs. Illinois St. at Florida Atlantic at Florida Int’l at West Virginia at West Virginia at West Virginia Seton Hall Seton Hall at Connecticut at Connecticut St. Francis at Princeton at St. Peter’s at Georgetown at Georgetown at Georgetown at Rider at Monmouth FDU Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Rider Villanova Villanova Virginia Tech Virginia Tech Wagner Columbia Boston College Boston College Boston College Iona at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh Delaware at Lafayette St. John’s St. John’s St. John’s Seton Hall Notre Dame BYU (NCAA) Nebraska (NCAA) No. Iowa (NCAA) Nebraska (NCAA)

Fred Hill -- 35-22 at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Tulane at Tulane at Tulane at Miami at Miami at Miami at FL International at FL Atlantic Kansas State at Boston College at Boston College

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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

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

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

3/25 3/28 3/28 3/30 3/30 4/2 4/6 4/6 4/7 4/9 4/10 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/14 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/20 4/21 4/23 4/26 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/30 5/1 5/4 5/4 5/5 5/7 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/19 5/23 5/24 5/24 5/25 5/25

2003 2/21 2/22 2/28 3/1 3/2 3/7 3/8 3/9 3/14 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/21 3/22 3/26 3/31 3/31 4/2 4/4 4/4 4/6 4/6 4/13 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/17 4/17 4/19 4/19 4/22 4/24 4/27 4/27 4/28 4/29 4/30 5/1 5/3 5/3 5/4 5/6 5/7 5/10 5/10 5/11 5/15 5/16 5/16 5/17 5/18 5/22 5/23 5/23 5/24 5/24 5/30 5/31 5/31

at Boston College at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech Villanova Villanova at Rider Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown Princeton Rider at Seton Hall at Seton Hall Connecticut Connecticut at Columbia Monmouth Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh at Iona at Pace WVU WVU WVU at Delaware Lafayette Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Fairleigh Dickinson St. Peter’s St. John’s St. John’s St. John’s vs. Notre Dame vs.Boston College vs. Virginia Tech vs. Notre Dame vs. Notre Dame

Fred Hill -- 37-22 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Vanderbilt at Middle TN State at Lipscomb at GA Tech at GA Tech at GA Tech at Miami at Miami at FL International at FL Atlantic vs. Harvard vs. Harvard at FDU at WVU at WVU at Monmouth at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh at Georgetown at Georgetown Seton Hall Seton Hall Seton Hall Columbia St. John’s St. John’s Boston College Boston College Iona Pace VTech VTech VTech Wagner at Lafayette at Wagner at UConn at UConn at UConn at Princeton St. Peter’s Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Delaware at Villanova at Villanova at Villanova Rider VTech Notre Dame West Virginia Notre Dame Notre Dame South Alabama (NCAA) Jacksonville (NCAA) Florida State (NCAA)

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

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

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 4/8 4/9 4/9 4/15 4/17 4/17 4/18 4/20 4/25 4/25 4/27 4/29 5/1 5/1 5/2 5/4 5/5 5/8 5/9 5/13 5/15 5/15 5/16 5/18 5/21 5/22 523 2005 2/18 2/19 2/20 2/25 2/26 3/4 3/6 3/6 3/11 3/12 3/13 3/15 3/16 3/18 3/19 3/20 3/24 3/24 3/26 3/26 3/30 3/31 4/4 4/4 4/6 4/9 4/9 4/10 4/13 4/14 4/16 4/16 4/17 4/20 4/23 4/23 4/24 4/27 4/1 4/1 4/2 4/3 4/4 4/11 4/12 4/15 4/15

Fred Hill -- 30-23 at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Miami at Miami at Miami at FL International at FL Atlantic at FL International vs. Ohio State at FDU at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Seton Hall Rider West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia Monmouth Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Georgetown Georgetown Princeton UConn UConn UConn at Iona at St. John’s at St. John’s at Columbia Monmouth at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech at Virginia Tech Lafayette Wagner Pace Pace at Delaware at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Rider Villanova Villanova Villanova

Fred Hill -- 32-21 at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Florida International at Florida International at Florida International at Florida Atlantic at Miami at Minnesota at Minnesota at Minnesota at Villanova at Villanova at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh at Princeton Rider Notre Dame Notre Dame at Monmouth at West Virginia at West Virginia at West Virginia Columbia at Rider Boston College Boston College Boston College Iona Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut at Lafayette at St. John’s at St. John’s at St. John’s FDU Wagner Delaware Monmouth at Georgetown at Georgetown

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Fred Hill -- 23-29-1 at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Temple at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Texas A&M NJIT Iowa Iowa Iowa at Florida Atlantic St. John’s St. John’s St. John’s Rider Princeton West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia at Monmouth at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Notre Dame at Columbia Delaware at Georgetown at Georgetown at Georgetown Fordham Iona USF USF USF Wagner Lafayette at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Seton Hall at Delaware Monmouth at Cincinnati at Cincinnati at Cincinnati Villanova Villanova Villanova at Louisville at Louisville at Louisville Fred Hill -- 22-31 at Miami at Miami at Miami at Miami at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Temple NJIT vs. Penn State vs. Penn State vs. Penn State vs. Penn State at Florida Atlantic at USF at USF at USF at Princeton at Rider Cincinnati Cincinnati Cincinnati at Wagner at St. John’s at St. John’s at St. John’s Columbia Connecticut Connecticut Connecticut at Fordham Iona Louisville Louisville Louisville at Lafayette at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh at Pittsburgh Delaware Monmouth at West Virginia at West Virginia at West Virginia FDU Seton Hall Seton Hall Seton Hall Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown


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FIELD OF DREAMS Ron Bainton’s friends in Bellevue, Nebraska, used to tease him about his football signed by Rutgers Coach Greg Schiano and inscribed Rutgers’ #1 Football Fan in Nebraska. “It should have said Rutgers’ only football fan in Nebraska, they would say,” recalls the 1962 graduate of Rutgers College.

In the spring of 2006, the Baintons visited campus and met with the Scarlet Knights to explain their intentions. After warm thank-yous and handshakes all around, the couple stayed to watch the team warm up before their game against Lafayette. As they did, players made their way over to the couple individually to have a word.

But things have changed some since the 2005 Insight Bowl appearance. The Scarlet Knights’ gridiron glory prompted Bainton’s Midwestern friends and neighbors to begin asking about Rutgers—not its football program but its academic standing. “Now people are considering sending their kids there,” he says.

“Jim Jansen, a former pitcher for the Scarlet Knights, said, ‘Sir, unfortunately I won’t have the opportunity to play on this new field but I’m so thankful someone is doing this for Rutgers,’” Bainton recalls. “He was talking with us so long, Coach had to come over and tell him to go warm up!”

“That never would have happened without the university getting the exposure that came through the athletic program.”

The Baintons also found out that a number of players have suffered injuries of varying degree while practicing in the parking lot over the years when the field was unusable. Some of those injuries, such as dislocated shoulders, have been season-ending, while others have contributed to the list of nagging ailments that can cause performances to suffer over the course of a season. The team let the Baintons know at the time, because of their gift, future athletes will be spared the risk of training on unsuitable ground. That was the case beginning last season as the Scarlet Knights opened the 2007 campaign with a healthy roster. Making a difference in the lives of students isn’t new to the couple. They have long sponsored scholarships for Rutgers College students who demonstrate academic merit and financial need; each year two juniors and two seniors receive Bainton Family Scholarships.

Now, if he and his wife, Pat, have their way, Rutgers is going to become even more well known outside of New Jersey, particularly in Omaha, which is home to the College Baseball World Series. In January of 2006, the couple gave $1.25 million to Rutgers baseball. Their gift, which was the single largest one-time cash gift by a living donor to Rutgers Athletics at the time, was used to purchase and install FieldTurf, a synthetic surface used in professional and collegiate baseball and football stadiums across the country. The new field was re-named Bainton Field in their honor. It provides the foundation for continued enhancements to the Frederick E. Gruninger and Class of 1953 Baseball/Softball Complex. “Because of Ron and Pat’s generous donation, we have one of the finest fields in the BIG EAST,” says Head Baseball Coach Fred Hill, “and it enables us to stay competitive.”

Recently he addressed those in attendance at the annual reception where students meet the donors who have helped them, Bainton shared his own background and explained why he and his wife take such pleasure in helping students with their education.

Inclement weather can render natural grass fields unusable, particular“It gives these students the opportunity to fully ly from January through March. take in the Rutgers experience rather than hav“The FieldTurf allows for use of the ing to drop out to earn more money for tuition,” baseball field during those winter he says. months, giving the team an opportunity to train outdoors before Financial hardship resonates with the philanthroembarking on a schedule that pist, who worked his way though school and relied includes many early season games on help from an older sister who never got the with schools in the south,” explains chance herself to attend college. Jason Kroll, Senior Associate Athletic Director for Development “We lived in a town where people did well economiand Marketing. “More times than cally, but my parents struggled through the Coach Hill with Ron Bainton not, we had been relegated to pracDepression and the World War II years,” Bainton ticing on the gravel of a parking lot, recalls. “My sister was an honor roll student, but or worse, inside on the floor of the RAC. The first time we stepped onto an actual they couldn’t afford to send her to college, and being a female at a time when colbaseball field each year is usually the day of our first regular season game. leges were focused on supporting ex-military with the GI Bill, she didn’t get the Having FieldTurf changed all of that.” opportunity to go.” “Over the years, Rutgers has been a darn good team,” adds Bainton. “Coach Hill is one of the top coaches in the country and the student-athletes have phenomenal dedication. What Pat and I were trying to do with this gift was give them the opportunity to get to the highest level of Division I baseball.”

A middle-of-the-road student in high school, Bainton flourished at Rutgers, he believes, because of the influence of three professors: the history department’s Richard McCormick and Warren Sussman, and then University President Mason Gross, who taught philosophy. In 2007, Bainton got the opportunity to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the home opener with now Rutgers University President McCormick on the field to watch.

The FieldTurf also made postponement or cancellation of games scheduled at Rutgers much less likely due to an enhanced draining system and ability to dry faster than natural grass, Kroll notes. Consequently, fewer adjustments to the schedule means there will be less of a strain upon the student-athletes missing classroom time. The donors are also convinced that a better facility helps keep New Jersey players in state while attracting others from out of state.

“They opened my horizons beyond what I thought possible,” he says. From there, he embarked on a 30-year career with the Air Force, retiring in 1992 as a colonel, and eventually moving into private financial consulting work. Throughout those years, Rutgers remained dear to his heart. Grateful to the school’s administrative leaders and educators who have made his alma mater one of the best public research institutions in the country, Bainton is determined to do his part in stewarding this great state resource. Bainton Field, he says, is just the first step.

“You know the movie Field of Dreams,” Bainton says. “If we build it, they will come. I really believe that.” A baseball lover since childhood, Bainton remembers day trips into New York City from his home in Ridgewood to see major league games. After he and his wife moved outside of Omaha 10 years ago, their attention turned to college ball and they became fixtures at the College Baseball World Series. Year after year, they noticed that southern teams often dominated the finals. So when the University of Nebraska began making appearances in the final eight, Bainton had to investigate. Traveling to the school’s Lincoln facility, he was bowled over by their field and decided Rutgers deserved nothing less.

“Now that this is done, the goal is to move forward to get supporting pieces of the puzzle—practice areas, bullpens, batting cages, better dugouts, and finally a stadium effect for supporters,” he says. “That’s my view. The athletic program is important internally to the university and externally to the future of the university. Because of athletics, you won’t hear anybody asking what a Rutgers is anymore.”

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THE BIG EAST CONFERENCE

• The BIG EAST conference is one of the most respected conferences in the country, and its baseball teams are no different. •The conference welcomed three more baseball-playing institutions in South Florida, Louisville and Cincinnati beginning with the 2006 season. All three schools have been near the top of the league standings in their first four seasons in the league and Louisville represented the BIG EAST Conference at the College World Series in Omaha, Neb. in 2007 and took the BIG EAST Tournament title in 2008 and 2009. • Since 1996, the year that Rutgers joined the league, there have been 27 BIG EAST teams go on to play in the NCAA Tournament including six appearances by Rutgers. JOHN MARINATTO BIG EAST Commissioner

• Since 1998, the BIG EAST has claimed 53 All-Americans - seven of which played for Rutgers: Bobby Brownlie, Darren Fenster, Jake Daubert, Pete Zoccolillo, Billy McCarthy, Jeff Frazier and 2007 unanimous BIG EAST Player of the Year Todd Frazier.

• The BIG EAST Conference also sends many of its baseball players to the pros; in 2002 alone, 23 BIG EAST players were selected in the Amateur Draft. Highlighting the 2002 class were Joe Saunders from Virginia Tech and Bobby Brownlie from Rutgers, who both went in the first round. Rutgers sent four players on the first day of the draft in 2002 and two players (Brownlie, Val Majewski) were among the first 100 players selected. The BIG EAST had 20 players selected in both the 2005 and 2006 draft. In 2007, the BIG EAST had 36 players drafted, including six players from Rutgers. The 2008 season saw 32 BIG EAST players and the 2009 season saw 26 players selected. • As a team, Rutgers has excelled in the conference since becoming a member in 1996 by winning four BIG EAST regular season titles, three tournament titles and going to the NCAA tournament six of the last 12 years. Rutgers players have also been standouts in the BIG EAST as RU has been home to 23 league leaders in various statistical categories. • In 2002, for the first time since the formation of the BIG EAST baseball conference, a team advanced to the NCAA College World Series. Notre Dame, which captured the BIG EAST Championship with a 3-2, 10-inning victory over Rutgers, upset top-ranked Florida State in the Super Regionals to earn the bid. The league sent its second representative to the College World Series with Louisville advancing to Omaha in 2007.

THE BIG EAST BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Bright House Field in Clearwater, Fla., is the site of the 2010 and 2011 BIG EAST Conference Baseball Championship. It's a familiar site for BIG EAST fans, as Bright House Networks Field previously hosted the 2006, 2008 and 2009 BIG EAST Championship. Regarded as one of the top minor league playing facilities in the nation, Bright House Networks Field serves as the spring training site for the Philadelphia Phillies, and it has housed the Phillies' Florida State League affiliate Clearwater Threshers since the facility opened in 2004. The stadium's seating capacity is 8,500, which includes 7,000 fixed seats. The outfield dimensions measure 329 feet down the leftfield line, 408 feet to center, and 330 down the rightfield line. The $25 million facility features a 360-degree main concourse, grass berm seating, group picnic areas, a children's play area and a state-of-the-art video scoreboard. The 2010 BIG EAST Conference Baseball Championship will take place May 26-30, with the top eight teams in the regular season standings qualifying. The winner of the BIG EAST Championship receives the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Championship. The championship game of the 2010 ans 2011 BIG EAST tournament is scheduled to be televised on ESPNU. Fans may also visit www.BIGEASTBaseball.com to access the latest information about the championship, including ticket information, tournament brackets and a complete history of the event. Jim Siedliski Associate Commisioner for Sport Administration

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BIG EAST COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

FEBRUARY 18 Pittsburgh at Wofford 4:00 p.m. 19 Pittsburgh at Wofford 1:00 p.m. Villanova at Norfolk State 1:00 p.m. Notre Dame at Mississippi Valley St.2:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Bowling Green 2:00 p.m. West Virginia at Coastal Carolina 4:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 6:30 p.m. St. John’s at New Orleans 6:30 p.m. USF at Florida 6:30 p.m. Rutgers at Miami 7:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Texas A&M 7:35 p.m. Georgetown at Davidson TBA 20 West Virginia vs. Kentucky 11:00 a.m. Louisville vs. Bowling Green 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Wofford 1:00 p.m. Villanova at Norfolk State 1:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 2:00 p.m. Georgetown at Davidson 2:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Texas A&M 3:05 p.m. Rutgers at Miami 7:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Mississippi Valley St. TBA USF at Florida TBA 21 West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech 11:00 a.m. Cincinnati at Florida Atlantic 1:00 p.m. Georgetown at Davidson 1:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Bowling Green 1:00 p.m. Rutgers at Miami 1:00 p.m. St. John’s at New Orleans 1:00 p.m. USF at Florida 1:00 p.m. Villanova at Norfolk State 1:00 p.m. Seton Hall at Texas A&M 1:05 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Jackson State TBA 23 Louisville vs. Morehead State 2:00 p.m. 26 Connecticut vs. Northwestern 10:00 a.m. Rutgers vs. Iowa 10:00 a.m. Seton Hall vs. Michigan State 10:00 a.m. Pittsburgh at Bradley 11:00 a.m. Cincinnati vs. Penn State 1:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Indiana 1:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Purdue 1:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. NY Tech 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Minnesota 4:00 p.m. USF vs. Ohio State 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Illinois 4:30 p.m. Louisville vs. Michigan 7:30 p.m. 27 Rutgers vs. Northwestern 10:00 a.m. Seton Hall vs. Penn State 10:00 a.m. Villanova vs. Indiana 10:00 a.m. Cincinnati vs. Purdue 1:00 p.m. Connecticut vs. Minnesota 1:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. NY Tech 1:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Iowa 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Memphis 3:30 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Ohio State 4:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Michigan State 4:30 p.m. St. John’s vs. Michigan 4:30 p.m. USF vs. Illinois 7:30 p.m. 28 Connecticut vs. Indiana 10:00 a.m. Louisville vs. Minnesota 10:00 a.m. Notre Dame vs. Penn State 10:00 a.m. Rutgers vs. Purdue 10:00 a.m. Seton Hall vs. Northwestern 10:00 a.m. Pittsburgh vs. Toledo 11:00 a.m. Cincinnati vs. Ohio State 1:00 p.m. USF vs. Michigan 1:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. NY Tech 1:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Illinois 1:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Iowa 1:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Michigan State 1:00 p.m.

MARCH 1 Villanova vs. Duquesne TBA 2 Georgetown vs. Norfolk State 3:00 p.m. USF at Miami 5:00 p.m. 3 Louisville vs. Evansville 3:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Kansas State TBA 4 USF vs. Stephen F. Austin 11:00 a.m. Villanova vs. Western Michigan TBA 5 Pittsburgh vs. Albany Noon West Virginia vs. Western Carolina1:00 p.m. Louisville vs. LeMoyne 3:00 p.m. USF at Oklahoma 3:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Youngstown State 4:00 p.m. Rutgers at Georgia Tech 4:00 p.m.

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Connecticut vs. Boston College 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Youngstown State 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Fairfield 3:00 p.m. Villanova at Saint Joseph’s 3:00 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Stony Brook 3:30 p.m. USF at Central Florida 4:30 p.m. Rutgers at Florida Atlantic 6:00 p.m. Georgetown at George Mason 3:00 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Manhattan 3:30 p.m. Georgetown at George Washington3:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Ball State 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Albany 3:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Eastern Michigan 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Saint Joseph’s 3:15 p.m. Villanova vs. Niagara 3:15 p.m. Connecticut at Sacred Heart 3:30 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Central Connecticut 3:30 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Toledo 4:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 7:00 p.m. USF vs. Mercer 7:00 p.m. N. Dame vs. Michigan State (DH) 12:05 p.m. Connecticut vs. Sacred Heart 1:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Ball State 1:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Albany 1:00 p.m. W. Va. vs. Eastern Michigan (DH) 1:00 p.m. Pittsburgh vat LaSalle 1:15 p.m. Villanova vs. Marist 1:15 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Iona 1:30 p.m. Georgetown vs. George Washington2:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Toledo 4:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 6:00 p.m. USF vs. Mercer 7:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Eastern Michigan Noon Pittsburgh at Temple 12:15 p.m. Villanova vs. Youngstown State 12:15 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Toledo 1:00 p.m. Louisville vs. Ball State 1:00 p.m. Rutgers at Old Dominion 1:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Albany 1:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Michigan State 1:05 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Stony Brook 1:30 p.m. Georgetown vs. George Washington2:00 p.m. Connecticut at Sacred Heart TBA USF vs. Mercer TBA Connecticut vs. Northeastern 3:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Butler 3:00 p.m. Georgetown at Delaware State 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Penn State 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Columbia 3:00 p.m. Villanova at Lehigh 3:00 p.m. West Virginia at Bowling Green 3:00 p.m. Louisville at Evansville 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Holy Cross 5:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Ball State 5:05 p.m. USF vs. North Florida 7:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Dayton 3:00 p.m. Connecticut vs. Yale 3:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Rider 3:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Penn 3:15 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Monmouth 3:30 p.m. Georgetown vs. Navy 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Illinois-Chicago 5:05 p.m. USF vs. Ohio State 7:00 p.m. RUTGERS at GEORGETOWN 3:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at VILLANOVA 3:15 p.m CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at USF 7:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. RUTGERS at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at USF 7:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at PITTSBURGH Noon WEST VIRGINIA at SETON HALL Noon CINCINNATI at VILLANOVA 12:15 p.m. CONNECTICUT at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at USF 1:00 p.m. RUTGERS at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Hofstra 4:00 p.m. Connecticut at Hartford 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Ohio 3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Long Island 3:00 p.m.


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APRIL 1 SETON HALL at ST. JOHN’S (DH) Noon NOTRE DAME at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at WEST VIRGINIA 5:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. USF at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 2 CONNECTICUT at WEST VIRGINIA 3:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at GEORGETOWN 3:30 p.m. VILLANOVA at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. USF at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. 3 CONNECTICUT at WEST VIRGINIA Noon NOTRE DAME at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. SETON HALL at ST. JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. USF at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. 6 Connecticut vs. Massachusetts 3:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. UMBC 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Akron 3:00 p.m. Villanova vs. TBA 3:15 p.m. Rutgers vs. Princeton 3:30 p.m. West Virginia vs. Towson 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Oakland 5:05 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Army 6:00 p.m. Louisville at Kentucky 6:30 p.m. 7 Connecticut at Massachusetts 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Kent State 3:00 p.m. Rutgers at Columbia 3:30 p.m. St. John’s at Wagner 3:00 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 3:30 p.m. Georgetown at Norfolk State 4:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Western Michigan 5:05 p.m. West Virginia at Maryland 6:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Morehead State 6:30 p.m. 9 VILLANOVA at CONNECTICUT 3:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at ST. JOHN’S 3:00 p.m. RUTGERS at NOTRE DAME 5:05 p.m. CINCINNATI at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH 6:00 p.m. GEORGETOWN at USF 7:00 p.m. 10 CINCINNATI at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. GEORGETOWN at USF 1:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at ST. JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. RUTGERS at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m. LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. 11 CINCINNATI at SETON HALL Noon LOUISVILLE at PITTSBURGH Noon VILLANOVA at CONNECTICUT Noon WEST VIRGINIA at ST. JOHN’S Noon RUTGERS at NOTRE DAME 12:05 p.m. GEORGETOWN at USF 1:00 p.m. 13 Connecticut vs. Hartford 3:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Fordham 3:30 p.m. West Virginia vs. Eastern Kentucky 6:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Chicago State 6:05 p.m. Pittsburgh at Penn State 6:05 p.m. Georgetown vs. Mount Saint Mary’s7:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Wright State 3:00 p.m. 14 Georgetown at George Washington3:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. Hofstra 3:00 p.m. Connecticut at Brown 3:15 p.m. Rutgers vs. Iona 3:30 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Wagner 3:30 p.m. Villanova vs. Lafayette 3:45 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Duquesne 6:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. IPFW 6:05 p.m. Louisville at Western Kentucky 7:00 p.m. Cincinnati vs. TBA TBA 16 USF at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at VILLNOVA 3:15 p.m. NOTRE DAME at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. CONNECTICUT at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at WEST VIRGINIA 7:05 p.m. 17 NOTRE DAME at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. USF at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at VILLNOVA 1:15 p.m.

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MAY 1 RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE SETON HALL at USF ST. JOHN’S at NOTRE DAME GEORGETOWN at VILLANOVA CONNECTICUT at PITTSBURGH WEST VIRGINIA at CINCINNATI CONNECTICUT at PITTSBURGH 2 CONNECTICUT at PITTSBURGH SETON HALL at USF ST. JOHN’S at NOTRE DAME GEORGETOWN at VILLANOVA RUTGERS at LOUISVILLE WEST VIRGINIA at CINCINNATI 4 Seton Hall vs. St. Peter’s St. John’s vs. Iona Cincinnati vs. Wright State Louisville at Ohio State Georgetown at UMBC

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Rutgers vs. Temple 1:00 p.m. Louisville at Ohio State 2:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Akron 6:00 p.m. Cincinnati at Wright State 6:30 p.m. VILLANOVA at RUTGERS 3:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. USF at ST. JOHN’S 6:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at SETON HALL (DH) 1:00 p.m. USF at ST. JOHN’S 1:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at W. VA. (DH) 2:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at CONNECTICUT TBA LOUISVILLE at GEORGETOWN Noon USF at ST. JOHN’S Noon NOTRE DAME at WEST VIRGINIA 1:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. CINCINNATI at CONNECTICUT (DH) TBA Connecticut at Boston College 1:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Temple 3:15 p.m. Pittsburgh at Ohio 6:00 p.m. St. John’s vs. NY Tech 6:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Bowling Green 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Miami (Ohio) 6:30 p.m. Louisville at Vanderbilt 7:00 p.m. West Virginia vs. Bethune-Cookman7:05 p.m. Villanova vs. Saint Joseph’s 3:15 p.m. Cincinnati at Miami (Ohio) 6:00 p.m. Notre Dame vs. Central Michigan 6:05 p.m. West Virginia vs. Bethune-Cookman7:05 p.m. USF at North Florida 7:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Duquesne TBA CONNECTICUT at USF 1:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at VILLANOVA 3:45 p.m. RUTGERS at SETON HALL 6:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at LOUISVILLE 6:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. RUTGERS at SETON HALL 1:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI 4:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at LOUISVILLE 4:00 p.m. CONNECTICUT at USF 7:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at GEORGETOWN 7:00 p.m. NOTRE DAME at VILLANOVA 1:15 p.m. RUTGERS at SETON HALL Noon NOTRE DAME at VILLANOVA 12:15 p.m. CONNECTICUT at USF 1:00 p.m. PITTSBURGH at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at LOUISVILLE 1:00 p.m. WEST VIRGINIA at GEORGETOWN 1:00 p.m. Rutgers vs. Fairleigh Dickinson 1:10 p.m. Connecticut at Quinnipiac 3:00 p.m. Pittsburgh at Ohio State 3:00 p.m. St. John’s at Boston College 3:00 p.m. West Virginia at Towson 3:00 p.m. Villanova vs. Penn State 3:45 p.m. Louisville vs. Eastern Kentucky 6:00 p.m. Seton Hall vs. Fordham 6:00 p.m. Georgetown vs. George Mason 7:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. SETON HALL at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. USF at PITTSBURGH 6:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at NOTRE DAME 6:05 p.m. GEORGETOWN at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. VILLANOVA at WEST VIRGINIA 7:05 p.m. SETON HALL at CONNECTICUT 1:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. USF at PITTSBURGH 3:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at NOTRE DAME 6:05 p.m. GEORGETOWN at CINCINNATI 6:30 p.m. VILLANOVA at WEST VIRGINIA 7:05 p.m. SETON HALL at CONNECTICUT Noon USF at PITTSBURGH Noon GEORGETOWN at CINCINNATI 1:00 p.m. ST. JOHN’S at RUTGERS 1:00 p.m. VILLANOVA at WEST VIRGINIA 1:00 p.m. LOUISVILLE at NOTRE DAME 1:05 p.m.

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