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Name Jacob Ashe Landon Talley Jesse Crisp Garrett Gresham Nick Dean Robbie Britt Coleman Sullivan Chris Sutherland James Ridgway Andrew Mabini Chris Hamilton Danny Roselli Jalen Banks Matt Jones Steven Longendyke Zach Tonner David Clifford Taylor Denton Tyler Hopkins Travis Scates Ryan Roach Zack Blonder Cody Midgett Garrett McDaniel Tyler Richardson Josh Swinford Keylon Holloway Adam Loewer Trevor Brackett Shawn Ambrose Matt Dyer Dan Oaklief Cody Akers Nick Bowers Zack May Brian Conn

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Pos. OF IF/OF IF OF IF P 1B P P IF OF P IF/OF IF OF IF P P P C P 1B P P 1B OF P P P C P OF OF P P OF

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

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Cl.

Ht. Jr 6'1 Jr 6'2 So 6'1 Jr 5'10 RS-So 6'1 So 6'1 So 6'1 RS-So 6'1 So 6'2 Jr 5'11 So 5'11 Jr 5'11 Fr 6'0 Jr 5'7 Fr 6'3 Fr 6'0 Fr 6'3 RS-Sr 6'2 Fr 6'0 Jr 5'9 Sr 6'2 Fr 6'3 RS-Sr 6'1 RS-Jr 6'4 Sr 6'2 Fr 5'5 So 5'10 Fr 5'11 Jr 6'0 So 6'0 Jr 6'1 Fr 5'7 Fr 6'0 RS-Jr 6'2 Fr 5'10 Fr 5'11

Wt. 170 200 200 160 200 190 190 200 160 175 170 185 175 185 200 170 180 205 170 190 185 220 200 205 200 140 170 170 195 200 170 160 180 225 230 160

Hometown Auburn, AL / Auburn Maryville, TN / Maryville Maryville, TN / William Blount Knoxville, TN / Halls Mineral Bluff, GA / Fannin County Maryville, TN / Webb Blairsville, GA / Union County Smyrna, TN / Smyrna Decatur, GA / Druid Hills Alpharetta, GA / St. Pius X Knoxville, TN / Bearden Wellington, FL / Trinity Christian Academy Jefferson, GA / Jackson County Crossville, TN / Cumberland County Loganville, GA / Loganville Dunwoody, GA / Dunwoody Louisville, KY / Kentucky County Day Friendsville, TN / Alcoa Maryville, TN / Heritage Knoxville, TN / Bearden Knoxville, TN / Carter Atlanta, GA / Woodward Academy Cotton Town, TN / White House Kennesaw, GA / Dominion Christian High Knoxville, TN / Grace Christian Academy Dalton, GA / Coahulla Creek Maryville, TN / Maryville Powder Springs, GA / Mceachern Greensboro, NC / Walter Hines Page Clinton, TN / Clinton Atlanta, GA / St. Francis Lakewood, OH / St. Ignatius Kingston, TN / Roane County Tucker, GA / Tucker Murfreesboro, TN / Riverdale Clarksville, TN / Clarksville Academy


2012-2013 Outlook Baseball Maryville College Fighting Scots Season Preview 2013 Second year head coach Paul Henry and his staff will look to build on a solid foundation of talent and experience following an 18-20 inaugural season as the Scots diamondmen skipper. MC’s entire starting outfield has moved on, vacating key contributions of a pair of All-Conference performers. As opportunity knocks to those roaming Scotland Yard’s outfield in 2013, MC’s infield will be one of the most talented, deep, and defensively strong in recent memory. Every coach desires to be their strongest up the middle for defensive consistency. Coach Henry is excited about his foundation in the middle infield and behind the plate. Nick Dean (Mineral Bluff, GA) will move from first base to shortstop this spring. Dean, who hit .362 last year and paced MC in doubles, played first base to allow his arm to recuperate from earlier surgery. He has excellent speed and the range to allow MC’s pitchers to pitch to contact. Andrew Mabini (Alpharetta, GA), last season shortstop, will back up Dean at short and be his pivot man in the middle as the Scots’ starting second baseman. Mabini hit over .320 in 130 at-bats and has excellent contact skills to move runners in the top of the order into scoring position. Freshman Zach Tonner (Dunwoody, GA) had an impressive fall season and will back up Dean and Mabini in the middle infield as well as challenge for playing time at the hot corner. Jesse Crisp (Maryville, TN) and Matt Jones (Crossville,TN) will anchor the third base position with Tonner pushing them for playing time. Crisp hit .288 in 60 at-bats last season while Jones posted a .245 effort in the same amount of playing time last year. First base will see a pair of newcomers to the position. Coleman Sullivan (Blairsville, GA) and Zack Blonder (Atlanta, GA) will both see consistent playing time at the position or as a designated hitter. Each had outstanding offensive fall season efforts and will be relied upon as strong run producers during the 2013 campaign. Travis Scates (Knoxville, TN) will be looked upon to direct MC’s talented pitching staff. Scates hit .257 platooning behind the plate. He committed only three errors in 115 chances. Shawn Ambrose (Clinton, TN) has excellent receiving and throwing skills and will bring a consistent bat to the Scots’ lineup when called upon. Blonder

will give Scates and Ambrose a break behind the dish when needed. Maryville’s most inexperienced unit will be its outfield. Five Scots will look to roam the spacious confines while providing the offensive firepower lost to MC’s 2012 seniors lost. Landon Tally (Maryville, TN) will take over in left field following a very productive season as MC’s designated hitter last year. Talley, the Scots’ lone left handed bat, hit .308 in 120 at-bats. Jake Ashe (Auburn, GA) will be his back up in left field. Garrett Gresham (Knoxville, TN) will get the start in centerfield. His speed and year of experience were key in a successful fall showing. Dan Oaklief (Lakewood, OH) will add another left handed bat to the lineup. He has a great first step and will give the pitchers a great deal of defensive confidence from centerfield. Chris Hamilton (Knoxville, TN) will take over duties in right field. The sophomore saw limited action in 2012 but will look to have a breakout second collegiate season. The Scots’ pitching staff will be tested during their new USA South schedule. Arguably one of the best NCAA Division III baseball conferences in the country will challenge a dozen of Maryville’s finest arms. Coach Henry will have five seniors with experience leading a staff that had a strong fall showing. MC’s staff will be anchored by Matt Dyer (Atlanta, GA), Trevor Brackett (Greensboro, NC), David Clifford (Louisville, KY) and Chris Sutherland (Smyrna, TN). Brackett and Dyer return over 100 innings of experience from last season. The middle innings will be attacked by Keylon Holloway (Maryville, TN), Garrett McDaniel (Kennesaw, GA), Danny Roselli (Wellington, FL), and Ryan Roach (Knoxville, TN). Cody Midgett (Cottontown, TN) and Nick Bowers (Tucker, GA) will be a pair of hard throwing righties charged to close the door for the Scots in 2013. The past success in the challenging Great South over the previous decade will set the foundation for what is needed to be successful in the new USA South Athletic Conference. Coach Henry and his staff are excited to begin this new chapter in MC’s storied baseball legacy.

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Meet the Coach Paul henry

Head Coach Paul Henry brings a “player’s coach” mentality and a resume of NCAA tournament experience into his second year at the helm of the Maryville College baseball program, hoping to guide the Scots to their first national postseason action since 1977. His two years as an assistant at Penn State-Behrend, a year assisting the Scots’ program, and a season at the helm have prepared him well to take over his this historic program. As a head coach, his oversight of the well-being of the program is tantamount. However, his day-to-day role will include an emphasis on the offensive skills of the team, as well as the development of the position players. His recent playing experience allows him to relate to the student-athletes on and off the field, and to understand what they’re going through.In just four seasons between Behrend and Maryville, Henry has put together a Who’s Who list of award recipients.Players under Henry’s tutelage have earned, one ABCA All American honor, one D3Baseball All-American honoree, one ABCA regional Gold Glove winner, three all-region selections, 17 all-conference selections, and 16 conference all-academic distinctions. Prior to joining the Maryville staff, Coach Henry spent the previous two years as the assistant coach at Penn-State Behrend. Along with Coach Paul Benim, the Behrend Lions reached three consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances. Paul worked primarily with the team’s catchers and the offense. During his time at Behrend, the team led the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference in many stats including: batting average (’09), on-base percentage (’09 and ’10), triples (’09), and runs, hits, RBI’s, walks, and stolen bases all during the 2010 campaign. Additionally, Coach Henry helped develop five first team and nine second team all-conference players as well as a conference pitcher of the year, two conference players of the year and a d3baseball.com first team all-American. While at Behrend, Paul earned a Masters degree in Business Administration. As he does at Maryville, Coach Henry weighed heavily in the recruiting process at Behrend. During his time Paul helped recruit and train 20 student-athletes that made AMCC academic all-conference including one CoSida ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District First-Team selection.Before his coaching days, Paul was a four-year letter winner at Penn-State Behrend. During his time on the field the Behrend Lions compiled the best record in school history at 116-58-1. Paul worked behind the dish and in the role of designated hitter. In 107 games played he fielded at a .988 clip behind the plate. Paul was a four year member of the academic allconference team. In each of Henry’s five seasons with the Lions, the program advanced to the AMCC Conference tournament. His team’s played for a pair of league titles and made two appearances in the ECAC Southern Region tournament. As a senior in 2008, he led the program to a 34-12 mark and led the Lions to their firstever MCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional. Paul received his B.S. in Biology from Behrend in 2008 and minored in Chemistry. During his first season leading the Scots, Maryville hit .312 as a team and posted one of their highest team fielding percentages (.961) since 1998. The Paul Henry File 2011-2012 18-20 Career (1) 18-20

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Meet the Assistant Coaches Joey McCown Joey McCown begins his second season as assistant coach for the Maryville College base ball program as the 2012-2013 calendar year gets underway.Joey will serve primarily as the pitching coach and recruiting assistant for Maryville College baseball. Some additional duties he will take on include Junior Varsity head baseball coach, building management, and event management for soccer. Joey spent the previous two years as the Alcoa High School pitching coach. While there, he helped the Tornadoes reach the state regional tournament in 2010. In the tournament, his team held eventual state champ Gibbs to their lowest run total of anyone in the bracket He also worked full-time at Citizens Bank of Blount County while coaching at Alcoa. Prior to coaching, Joey played two years at East Tennessee State University, transferred to play one year at King College, then came back to ETSU to play his senior season. As a freshman at ETSU, McCown earned the Buccaneers’ first win against the University of Tennessee since 1999, facing a squad returning from a College World Series appearance and featuring former major leaguer Julio Borbon and current Toronto Blue Jay J.P. Arencibia. Before college, McCown was a four-year starter at Alcoa High School, playing outfield in addition to pitching. During his career with the Tornadoes, McCown was 21-5 with four saves. He had a 2.79 overall ERA and struck out 262 batters while walking just 56. During his senior year, Joey was 7-1 with two saves and a 3.63 ERA. He struck out 117 batters and walked only 24 in 73.1 innings. His Scots’ staff in 2012 posted a team ERA of 5.88, striking out 117 hitters in 312 innings of work. Eleven hurler received substantial innings and collegiate experience under his first year guidance. Joey leads worship at St. John United Methodist Church in Maryville, Tenn., under Pastor Bill Shelton, and he currently resides in Maryville.

Jim Reese Jim Reese begins his sixth year as an assistant to the MC Scots baseball program. Besides coaching first base, Coach Reese helps coach both hitters and infielders. Being enthusiastic and intense is just a part of his love for the game and this program. Jim grew up and attended high school in Millville, New Jersey. Coach Reese is an alumnus of Maryville College having graduated in 1981. As a member of the Scots Base ball team, Coach Reese played shortstop and batted leadoff during his four years. He was awarded the Ken Stinnett Coaches Award in his junior and senior seasons and chosen MVP and Captain during his senior campaign. Coach Reese was part of six double plays in a game, nine total during the double header sweep of then archrival Carson Newman. Jim went on to graduate school at UT in Urban Planning. His works also include Blount County Planning Director, realtor, economic development planner, and as an Interim Youth Director. Prior to coaching at MC, Coach Reese spent twelve years coaching 15-16 year-olds at the local Senior Little League. Coach Reese has worked with youth through his church for over twenty-five years and he feels that both of these coaching experiences are an extension of that ministry. Coach Reese resides in Maryville with his wife, Melanie, and two daughters, Mollianne and Marykate. He is involved in the family business of property management, dealing with the renting of houses and apartments.

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Seniors Taylor Denton Position- Pitcher Hometown- Friendsville,TN

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Cody Midgett Position- Pitcher Hometown-Cottontown, TN

23

Ryan Roach Postition-Pitcher Hometown-Knoxville, TN

21

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Juniors Jake Ashe Position- Outfield Hometown- Auburn, AL

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Nick Bowers Position- Pitcher Hometown- Tucker, GA

34

Trevor Brackett Position- Pitcher Hometown- Greensboro, NC

29

Matt Dyer Position- Pitcher Hometown- Atlanta, GA 31

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Juniors

Garrett Gresham Position- Outfield Hometown- Knoxville, TN

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Matt Jones Position- Infield Hometown- Crossville, TN

14

Andrew Mabini Position- Infield Hometown- Alpharetta, GA

10

Garrett McDaniel Position- Pitcher Hometown- Kennesaw, GA

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Juniors/Sophmores

Danny Roselli

Position- Pitcher Hometown- Wellington, FL

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Travis Scates Position- Catcher Hometown- Knoxville, TN

20

Landon Talley Position- Infield/Outfield Hometown- Maryville, TN

2

Shawn Ambrose Position- Catcher Hometown- Clinton, TN

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Sophomores Robbie Britt Position- Pitcher Hometown- Maryville, TN

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Jesse Crisp Position- Infield Hometown- Maryville, TN

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Nick Dean Position- Infield Hometown- Mineral Bluff, GA

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Chris Hamilton Position- Outfield Hometown- Knoxville, TN

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Sophomores Keylon Holloway Position- Pitcher Hometown- Maryville,TN

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James Ridgway Position- Pitcher Hometown- Decatur,GA

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Coleman Sullivan Position- FirstBaseman Hometown- Blairsville, GA

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Chris Sutherland Position- Pitcher Hometown- Smyrna, TN

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Freshman Cody Akers Position- Centerfield Hometown- Kingston, TN

Jalen Banks

33

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Position- Infield/Outfield Hometown- Jeffererson, GA

zack Blonder Position- FirstBaseman Hometown- Atlanta, GA

Brian COnn

22

17

Position-Outfield Hometown- Clarksville, TN

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Tyler Hopkins

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Position- Pitcher Hometown- Maryville, TN

Adam Loewer

28

Position- Pitcher Hometown- Powder Springs, GA 12

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Position- Outfield Hometown-Loganville, GA

Zack May

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Position- Pitcher Hometown- Murfreesboro, TN

David CLifford Position- Pitcher Hometown- Louisville, KY

Steven Longendyke

Dan Oaklief

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Position- Outfield Hometown- Lakewood, OH

Josh Swinford Position- Outfield Hometown- Dalton

Zach TOnner Position- Infield Hometown- Dunwoody

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Maryville College Baseball Team

Top Row(L-R): Ryan Roach, Cody Midgett, Danny Roselli, Chris Sutherland, Matt Dyer, Trevor Bracket, Matt Jones, Travis Scates. Second Row (L-R): Taylor Denton, Nick Bowers, Landon Talley, Nick Dean, Andrew Mabini, Jake Ashe, Garrett Gresham, Garrett McDaniel. Third Row (L-R): Josh Swinford, Dan Oaklief, Zack May, Chris Hamilton, Brian Conn, Adam Loewer, Zack Blonder, Keylon Holloway, James Ridgway. Front Row (L-R): Tyler Hopkins, Jalen Banks, Cody Akers, Robbie Britt, Shawn Ambrose, Steven Longendyke, Coleman Sullivan, Zach Tonner, Jesse Crisp, David Clifford.

By Class FRESHMAN- 12 SOPHMORE- 9 JUNIOR- 11 SENIOR- 4

Position Breakdown

State by State

Pitcher- 16

Alabama- 1

Catcher- 2

Florida- 1

1st Base- 3 Infield- 7 Outfield- 10

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Maryville College Scots Records MC BASEBALL HISTORY

CAREER RECORDS (INDIVIDUAL)

Years

Win-Loss-Tie

Avg.

OFFENSIVE

136

1,436-1,149-29

.555

Hits

HISTORY BY COACH

1980’s 1989

Craig Corbett

(38-80)

.475

Ben Peters (226)

06-09

1986

Eric Etchison

(47-101)

.465

Doubles

Ben Peters (49)

06-09

1989

Brett Stanley

(28-64)

.438

Triples

John Roszell (9)

92-95

1988

Jeff Fuchs

(31-76)

.408

Lombe Honaker

34

395-194

.671

Eric Etchison

14

280-241

.537

Chucky Yates (9)

94-97

1988

Eric Etchison

(32-79)

.405

Boydson Baird

17

176-216

.449

Zac Hargett (7)

08-11

1988

Ken Barber

(35-88)

.398

Daniel Washburn

5

110-94

.539

Stolen Bases

Chucky Yates (151)

94-97

1988

Jason Harbison

(33-83)

.398

Bill Henry

4

47-35

.573

Runs Scored

Chucky Yates (172)

94-97

1986

Jason Harbison

(42-108)

.389

Ronnie Ramsey

3

47-38

.522

RBI

Ben Peters (159)

06-09

1985

Steve Saylor

(36-94)

.383

Brian Wajert

2

43-31

.581

Walks

Ryan Rogers (87)

94-97

1989

Ken Barber

(40-109)

.367

Games Played

Ben Peters (164)

06-09

At-Bats

Ben Peters (631)

06-09

1995

Any Moss

(22-47)

.468

1990

Scottie Cline

(25-54)

.463

1995

John Roszell

(64-139)

.460

1992

Clint Boling

(52-121)

.429

1996

Brian McGhee

(51-129)

.395

1995

Scott Hall

(36-94)

.383

1993

Mark Curtis

(26-68)

.382

1992

John Dalton

(39-103)

.378

1996

Andy Moss

(47-125)

.376

1995

Ryan Rogers

(41-109)

.376

SEASON RECORDS (TEAM) OFFENSIVE .343 (#18 Nationally)

1995

PITCHERS

152 (#2 Nationally)

1992

Wins

425

2003

Doubles

89

Triples

Batting Average Stolen Bases Hits

Runs Scored

Tripp Smith (23)

01-05

Innings Pitched

Josh Ringley (280)

01-04

2003

Strikeouts

Josh Ringley (259)

01-04

16

1995

Complete Games

Josh Ringley (19)

01-04

317 (#20 Nationally)

1995

Saves

Adam Rosen (12)

04-07

AJ Herron (49)

06-09

Appearances

DEFENSIVE Double Plays Fielding % Team Victories

55

1998

.965

1998

28

1995

27

2002

Top OFFENSIVE PERFORMERS BY DECADE

Season Records (INDIVIDUAL) OFFENSIVE Hits Doubles Triples

PLAYER Adam Rosen (72) Nathan Nehf (17) John Roszell (7) Andy Moss (7) Zac Hargett (7)

Stolen Bases

YR. 2007 2007 1995 1996 2008

Chucky Yates (46)

1995

Chucky Yates (46)

1996

Runs Scored

Chucky Yates (56)

1995

RBI

Myles Cordell (48)

2011

Walks Games Played

Mike Averill (34) Adam Rosen (44) Ben Peters (44)

At-Bats

1993 2007 2007

Nathan Nehf (44)

2007

Nathan Nehf (191)

2007

PITCHING Wins Innings Strikeouts Complete Games Saves

Appearance

14

2000’s 1960’s 1966

Sonny Hughes

(38-89)

.427

1969

Joe White

(34-92)

.369

1964

Sonny Hughes

(31-85)

.365

1967

John Agnew

(23-64)

.359

1966

Don Payne

(24-67)

.357

1969

Lynn Diloine

(37-105)

.352

1968

Bob Nicholas

(21-60)

.350

1968

Bob Macy

(23-68)

.338

1968

Don Payne

(22-68)

.324

1966

John Maietta

(24-75)

.320

1970’s 1971

Kevin McKinstry

(38-84)

.453

1971

Stephens

(28-69)

.405

1973

David Clinton

(38-98)

.387

1972

McMahon

(17-45)

.378

1971

Kozel

(30-82)

.366

1976

Thomas

.349 .346

Eric Pyle (8)

1997

1976

Greenwalt

Eric Pyle (82)

1997

1972

Hart

(17-50)

.340

Josh RIngley (97)

2003

1972

Kevin McKinstry

(21-62)

.339

Eric Pyle (9)

1997

1976

Vince Fucci

Adam Rosen (10)

2007

Mark Morales (10)

2011

Carlisle Dale (21)

2007

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1990’s

.327

2007

Adam Rosen

(72-168)

.429

2002

Jesse Cragwall

(60-140)

.429

2003

Jesse Cragwall

(51-122)

.418

2006

Adam Rosen

(61-147)

.415

2006

Ryan Kinsler

(39-94)

.415

2001

Trey Burdette

(42-104)

.404

2001

Jesse Cragwall

(48-120)

.400

2008

Nathan Nehf

(65-165)

.394

2009

Ben Peters

(56-142)

.394

2001

Dustin Bowen

(46-117)

.393

2012

Cory Kopec

(62-157)

.395

2010

Myles Cordell

(57-146)

.390

2011

Cory Kopec

(56-151)

.371

2012

Blake Gentry

(55-149)

.369

2010

Mikee Moore

(50-144)

.347

2011

Kyle Cyprysiak

(45-132)

.341

2011

Mikee More

(55-163)

.337

2010’s


Year by Year Records 1889 1-0 1891 5-0 1893 0-3 1895 1-0 1897 2-0 1899 5-0-1 1901 1-0 1903 9-4 Lynch 1905 13-1 Houston 1907 14-5 Chadwick 1909 3-6 1911 10-9-1 Mitchell 1913 21-5-4 1915 15-3 Everett 1917 5-6 Everett 1919 11-7 Freeman 1921 6-6 1923 10-6 Honaker 1925 10-10 Honaker 1927 16-5 Honaker 1929 13-5 Honaker 1931 13-3 Honaker 1933 14-6 Honaker 1935 19-4 Honaker 1937 18-7 Honaker 1939 12-9-2 Honaker 1941 16-3 Honaker 1943-1945 War 1946 0-4 Honaker 1948 11-8-1 Honaker 1950 13-4-1 Honaker 1953 12-4 Honaker 1955 5-9 Honaker 1957 12-5 Hon1959 4-15 Evans 1961 6-16 Baird 1963 8-7 Baird

1876

1965 5-13 Baird

1890 3-0

1967 4-17 Baird

1892 0-3

1969 9-20 Baird

1894 2-3

1971 14-7 Baird

1896 N/A

1973 14-15 Baird

1906

1898 6-1 1900 1-0

1975 14-19 Baird 1977 20-12 Henry

1902 1-0

1979 8-9 Henry

1904 14-4

1981 4-23-2 Gilbert

1906 14-5

1983 10-21-1 Murphy

1908 11-4-1 McCulloch

1985 12-21 Saylor

19

19

1910 10-4-1 Knox

1987 13-18 Dunlap

1912 10-11-2

1989 22-13 Ramsey

1914 14-6-1

1991 19-17 Wajert

1916 14-7 Everett 1918 9-10-1 Everett

1921

1993 14-16 Etchison 1995 28-10 Etchison

1920 15-8

193

1997 25-13 Etchison

0

1922 11-5-5 Honaker 1924 4-9 Honaker

1999 10-21 Etchison 2001 24-14 Etchison

1926 5-7-1 Honaker

2003 21-18 Etchison

1928 15-2 Honaker

2005 22-20 Etchison

1930 21-4 Honaker

2007 25-19 Washburn

1932 12-7 Honaker

6 194

1934 6-13-2 Honaker 1936 9-6 Honaker

2009 22-18 Washburn 2011 25-15 Washburn

1966 11-11 Baird 1968 7-14-1 Baird 1970 17-7 Baird 1972 9-7 Baird 1974 23-13 Baird 1976 19-15 Baird 1978 19-14 Henry

0

197

1980 N/A Henry 1982 9-22 Ledford 1984 7-19 Sawyer 1986 13-21 Dodd 1988 12-18 Ramsey 1990 13-7 Ramsey

1987

1992 21-14 Wajert 1994 6-14 Etchison 1996 21-20 Etchison 1998 20-18 Etchison 2000 25-13 Etchison 2002 27-15 Etchison 2004 14-21 Etchison

2

199 20

02

2006 13-28 Etchison 2008 14-27 Washburn 2010 24-15 Washburn 2012 18-20 Henry

1938 21-2 Honaker 1940 13-3-1 Honaker 1942 9-4 Honaker No Games

1955

100 Years Ago

194716-4 Honaker 1949 13-7 Honaker 1951 10-2 Honaker 1954 6-7 Honaker 1956 11-6 Honaker 1958 10-4 Honaker 1960 5-13 Baird 1962 6-16 Baird 1964 5-15 Baird

1962

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