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Seton Hall Athletics congratulates Head Coach Emeritus Mike Sheppard, Sr. on his induction in the ABCA Hall of Fame on January 7, 2011.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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ON THE COVER:

From L to R: Sean Gusrang, Frank Esposito, A.J. Rusbarsky, Joe DiRocco, Benny Mejia

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NOTE TO THE MEDIA The Seton Hall University Athletics Communications Office welcomes your interest in the University and the Pirates’ baseball program. Publicity and media information for baseball is handled by Joe Montefusco, Assistant Director of Athletics Communications. All interviews with Coach Sheppard and the studentathletes should be arranged through the Athletics Communications office. Please contact Montefusco at 973-761-9493 for any information or interview requests.

CREDITS The 2011 Seton Hall Baseball Guide was edited and written by Joe Montefusco; Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Director, with assistance by Kevin Fountain. Photos by S.R. Smith. Cover design by Montefusco. Compact Disc production by Tennant Printing, Deland, Fla. Special assistance by Alan Delozier and the Msgr. William Noe’ Field Archives & Special Collections Center, Seton Hall University.

QUICK FACTS GENERAL INFORMATION

Location ..............................................................................South Orange, N.J. 07079 Founded ..............................................................................................................1856 Enrollment .........................................................................................................9,700 Affiliation ............................................................................................NCAA Division I Conference ....................................................................................................BIG EAST Nickname ......................................................................................................... Pirates Colors ..................................................................................................Blue and White Home Field (Capacity) ....................................................Owen T. Carroll Field (1,800) Surface ......................................................................................................... Field Turf President....................................................................................Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Deputy Director of Athletics.................................................................... Duane Bailey Senior Associate Athletics Director......................................................... Ginger Fulton Athletic Department Phone ............................................................... (973) 761-9497 Athletic Department Website..................................................... www.shupirates.com

COACHING STAFF

Head Coach ...........................................................................................Rob Sheppard Alma Mater/Year ............................................................................... Seton Hall/1992 Record at Seton Hall/Years ......................................................................151-206-2/7 Career Record/Years ...........................................................................................Same Assistant Coaches ............................................................Phil Cundari (Seton Hall ‘89) ............................................................................................Jim Duffy (Seton Hall ’96) Volunteer Assistant Coach.............................................. Mark Pappas (Seton Hall ’08) Team Athletic Trainer...................................................................................Tony Testa Sheppard Office Phone ....................................................................... (973) 761-9557

TEAM INFORMATION

2010 Record ...................................................................................................19-30-1 BIG EAST Record/Finish ..............................................................................8-19/ 11th Position Players Returning/Lost .......................................................................... 15/5 Starting Pitchers Returning/Lost............................................................................ 1/2 Letterwinners Returning/Lost ........................................................................... 21/10 Newcomers..............................................................................................................13

2011 QUICK FACTS

2011 Quick Facts............................................................................................................. 1 2011 Season Preview...................................................................................................2-3 Head Coach Rob Sheppard...........................................................................................4-6 Assistant Coaches.......................................................................................................8-12 Sports Medicine............................................................................................................ 14 Support Staff/Team Managers...................................................................................... 15 2011 Roster................................................................................................................... 16 Pirate Profiles...........................................................................................................18-47 2010 Season Review................................................................................................48-51 BIG EAST Honors............................................................................................................ 52 BIG EAST Tournament.................................................................................................... 43 Pirate Honor Roll......................................................................................................54-55 Record vs. Opponents.................................................................................................... 56 Year-by-Year Records/Results...................................................................................57-63 Pirates in Postseason Play............................................................................................. 64 Pirate Records..........................................................................................................65-75 Pirates in Professional Baseball................................................................................76-78 Mike Sheppard’s “Hustlers” Baseball School.................................................................. 79 This is Seton Hall......................................................................................................80-96

PROGRAM HISTORY

First Season..........................................................................................................1863 All-Time Record...............................................................1879-1158-24 (125 seasons) All-Time BIG EAST Record.....................................................................317-271-2 (25) BIG EAST Tournament Record.............................................................. 26-28 (16 app.) BIG EAST Titles.......................................................................................2 (1987, 2001) NCAA Tournament Record................................................................... 24-32 (16 app.) Last NCAA Appearance...................................................... 2001 NCAA Regionals (2-2)

ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS OFFICE

Assistant Athletic Director/Communications......................................... Matt Sweeney Assistant Director/Women’s Soccer Contact......................................... Joe Montefusco Athletic Communications Phone ........................................................ (973) 761-9493 E-mail............................................................................ joseph.montefusco@shu.edu Athletic Communications Fax ............................................................. (973) 761-9061 Press Box Phone.................................................................................. (973) 902-3564

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The Seton Hall Pirates baseball team begins the 2011 season with two new coaches on the staff, and 13 newcomers, but head coach Rob Sheppard knows together as a group their mindset is in the right place to go after the same old goal. “This year, the team is determined to do whatever it takes to get back to post-season play, including contending for the BIG EAST Title in Clearwater and move on to through the NCAA Regionals.”

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COACHES Joining Sheppard, who begins his eighth season at the helm of the program, will be top assistant/pitching coach Phil Cundari, assistant coach Jim Duffy, and volunteer assistant coach Mark Pappas. Each coach was a standout for the Pirates during their playing days, including Cundari who was inducted into the Seton Hall University Hall of Fame in February 2010. The former pitcher, who was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in the 1985 MLB Player Draft, will begin his 12th season working primarily with the pitchers. Duffy returns to Seton Hall for his second stint where he will be working with the hitters and outfielders. Prior to this season, the former AllAmerican first basemen and free agent signee of the Houston Astros held the same title on the Pirates’ coaching staff from 2003-08, in addition to filling in as a part-time coach during the 2001 BIG EAST Championship season. Pappas begins his first season on the staff working primarily with the hitters and position players. He played for Sheppard and this staff for four seasons culminating with the team’s 2008 BIG EAST Tournament appearance. Following his career with the Hall, Pappas played two seasons with the Sussex Skyhawks of the Independent Can-Am League. INFIELDERS A.J. Rusbarsky, Seton Hall’s newest career-record holder in assists, will anchor the Pirates’ infield for the fourth straight season. Throughout the past three years, Rusbarsky has been a staple at the shortstop position having not been on a Sheppard line-up card only once – the second game of a doubleheader his freshman year. “A.J. has the most experience on the team,” noted Sheppard. “He has been an everyday starter since his freshman year and with that gained experience, he will help lead the team on and off the field.” In addition to the senior, sophomore Giuseppe Papaccio looks to continue his career after a stellar freshman season. The Nutley, N.J. resident started 41 games, mostly at third base, ending with a fielding percentage of .911. At the plate, Papaccio picked up 11 doubles and one triple while driving in 16 runs and scoring 15. “Papaccio got a lot of the playing time last year as a freshman, primarily at third base,” said Sheppard. “This year, Giuseppe will give us some flexibility in the infield. He is versatile enough where he can play every infield position, so we are confident that he will help solidify those areas.” Senior Sean Gusrang, junior Michael Betz, and sophomore Connor Delepine will share the first basemen duties. Gusrang enters his final season with 96 starts and 110 appearances under his belt, including three appearances – two starts – in the BIG EAST Tournament in 2008. Betz has been a strong performer in his two seasons having made 41

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appearances posting a fielding percentage of .980. Delepine spent last season learning the position behind Gusrang, Betz, and then-senior Chris Spagnuolo and is now ready to step in and contribute. In his nine appearances in 2010, the Middletown, N.J. native scored three runs, drove in four, and posted a perfect fielding percentage at first base. “We have a few options at first base,” mentioned Sheppard. “Gusrang, Betz, and Delepine will all have an opportunity to compete and earn some playing time.” “Sean and Mike give us two strong left-handed at-bats that could help us in the middle of our line-up, while Connor provides us with a righthanded bat that gives us some flexibility to match up with opposing pitching.” Also returning to the infield will be red-shirt sophomore Chase Gray, junior Ryan Parker, and sophomore Mike Genovese. Gray returned to the team in 2010 after an injury-plague freshman season which caused him to redshirt. Last season, he batted .328 in 30 appearances scoring 10 runs, driving in eight, and drawing seven walks. Genovese, who similar to the Pirates career-record holder in relief appearances Matt Singer, was Michael Betz brought in to play the infield, but became comfortable on the mound as a relief pitcher. The Livingston, N.J. native will still see time on the mound where he posted a 2-1 record with 12 strikeouts in 31 innings, but will continue to push for time as an infielder. “Chase gives us some depth at second base with his potential to provide a spark in the line-up,” said Sheppard. “Mike is what we consider a baseball athlete and consummate team player. We see Mike competing for an infield position as an everyday player as well as playing an important role in adding depth to our pitching staff.” Parker has seen limited time in his previous two seasons, but will add depth to the infield during the season. Also adding depth and vying for playing time will be freshmen Kolbe Andrade and Chris Selden whom Sheppard and his staff brought in this season. CATCHERS Red-shirt senior Frank Esposito will lead the young group of catchers out to the field this year. Having started over 100 games at the position during his time, the Staten Island native has collected 98 hits, 55 RBI, and 53 runs scored, along with a .982 fielding percentage. Looking up to Esposito will be the three freshmen in Dillon Hamlin, Brian McKenna, and Dom Auriemma as they will all look for playing

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time in their first collegiate year. OUTFIELDERS Despite the graduation of two-thirds of their outfield from a year ago in Michael Rogers and Bobby Abreu, the Pirates will begin 2011 with six strong contending outfielders for the three positions. The outfield begins with the lone returning starter as Will Walsh enters his third season in a Pirate uniform. Walsh played the majority of his 40 appearances in right field picking up 31 hits and scoring 22 runs while fielding a .981 percentage. “We expect Will to have a breakout year,” said Sheppard. “He has all the tools to be a very good player in the BIG EAST Conference.”

“Ryan is back from his illness last year, stronger and will be ready to compete and add some depth in the outfield,” said Sheppard. “We expect him to pick up from where he left off before he got sick.” Scott Kalamar Kalamar saw limited time during his freshman year, but did not disappoint when called upon by the coaches. He collected 10 hits in his 12 starts driving in five runs and scoring six more.

“DiRocco, Morris, Prosinski, and Mejia give us four quality arms that will allow us to compete with anyone,” noted Sheppard. “All have gained invaluable experience that will help them compete on the mound for us.” “Joe has been a weekend starter for three years and we expect him to lead the way for the rest of the guys to follow. Frank, Jon, and Benny have also had success as weekend starters.” After the big four, Seton Hall will look towards their bullpen of junior Henry Warner, and sophomores Greg Terhune, Ed Ras, Rick Mangione, and Ryan Harvey, along with Genovese. Terhune, Ras, Mangione, and Harvey each combined to start the remaining seven games on the Pirates schedule in 2010 to go along with their 45 total appearances. Genovese’s stellar freshman season on the mound led to a NJCBA All-Rookie Team honor. Warner made only 10 relief appearances in a shortened 2010 campaign but was effective in striking out 25 batters over 23 innings. “The bullpen has a lot more depth this year,” mentioned Sheppard. “With guys being a year older and having some experience under their belt, we have a stronger pitching staff then we had last year.” Also making a return to action will be red-shirt sophomore George Fernandez. The Union, N.J. native and former standout at Seton Hall Prep sat out the 2010 season due to Tommy John Surgery, but will be ready to return to the form he showed in 2009 when he posted a 1-0 record with one save in 13 relief appearances. “George has worked very hard to get healthy and we are excited to have him back,” said Sheppard. “

This year’s newcomers start with junior transfer Dale Anderson. The Alberta, Canada native comes to Seton Hall following a two-year career at the College of Southern Idaho. Last season with the Golden Eagles, Anderson finished second on the team with a .308 batting average and third with a .422 slugging percentage. “Dale comes to us with a lot of playing experience,” said Sheppard. “His maturity and athleticism will be a great benefit to the team, and his righthanded bat will allow us to balance the line-up.” Also making his first appearance in a Pirate uniform will be Zack Granite whose speed will help him push for starting time, while John Beaubien will sit out the year as a red-shirt. PITCHERS On the mound, the Pirates return their full staff of starters from 2010 including senior Joe DiRocco, sophomores Frank Morris and Jon Prosinski, and red-shirt junior Benny Mejia.

Frank Morris

To add depth to the position, Sheppard and his staff added valuable pieces in freshmen Connor Carr, Rudy Ferrentino, Brian Gilbert, John Prevost, and Billy Ralston. Each will compete for an important role on the team.

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Also returning will be sophomores Ryan Sullivan and Scott Kalamar. Sullivan began the 2010 year as the top left fielder appearing in 23 games batting .250 with 11 runs scored and 10 RBI, but was slowed by an illness that cost him the remainder of the season. He’ll be looking to return to top form and help the Pirates compete towards the BIG EAST Championship.

By year’s end, DiRocco took home First Team All-NJCBA Honors, while Prosinski earned a place on the second team, and Morris received AllRookie Honors.

“We have some newcomers that will compete for a role on the staff and help to make us a more complete pitching staff,” said Sheppard. “We will have the ability to match up more with our opponents out of the pen.” With the experience of the upper classmen, the additions to the coaching staff, and the depth the newcomers bring, the Pirates have a great opportunity to reach their goals.

The aforementioned foursome combined to start 43 of the Pirates 50 games tossing 260 innings and surrendering only 134 earned runs.

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ROB SHEPPARD 40 HEAD COACH EIGHTH SEASON SETON HALL ‘92

THE SHEPPARD FILE

COACHING EXPERIENCE

PLAYING EXPERIENCE

COLLEGIATE • Head Coach, Seton Hall, 2004-pres. Record: 151-206-2 (7 seasons) • Associate Head Coach, Seton Hall, 2001-2004 • Interim Head Coach, Seton Hall, 2001 BIG EAST Champions NCAA Tournament • Assistant Coach, Seton Hall, 1995-2001

• Seton Hall, 1989-92

AMATEUR • Assistant Coach, Vailsburg American Legion, 1993 • Head Coach, Immaculate Conception, 1994

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OTHER DISTINCTIONS • 2001 NJCBA Coach of the Year • 2001 BIG EAST Tournament Champions • 2001 NCAA Tournament Appearance

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Rob Sheppard was named the head coach of the Seton Hall baseball program on June 30, 2004, becoming the 17th head coach in the history of the baseball program, and just the third since 1948. He inherited a winning tradition and legacy left by his father, Mike Sheppard, Sr., who won 998 games in 31 years as coach from 1973-2003. Rob is no stranger to the Seton Hall program, having served as an assistant coach for nine seasons under Mike, Sr. After seven seasons as top assistant to his father, Rob was promoted to associate head coach during the summer of 2001. Sheppard has built an experienced coaching staff that includes former Seton Hall standouts Phil Cundari, Jim Duffy, and Mark Pappas. “I think as a coaching staff we’re all on the same page,” said Sheppard. “With our backgrounds as college players, we are able to reach back into our experience and communicate how to be successful in the league and in baseball.” During his first three seasons, Sheppard continued to force a hard-work ethic into his team, and watched it pay off. After finishing the 2006 season 17-games under .500, the Pirates ended the 2007 season 25-25. In 2008, Sheppard’s crew reached the 30-win plateau and the BIG EAST Conference Tournament for the first time since 2001. In 2009, Sheppard and his staff coached nine players to New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) awards. Included in the honors was Keith Cantwell who was named the Co-Pitcher of the Year as well as Dave Phelan, Will Walsh, and Henry Warner who were honored on the JNCBA All-Rookie Team. In addition to the in-state recognition, Sheppard also watched five of his players be named to the postseason All-BIG EAST Teams, the most since 1995. Cantwell and Chris Affinito were named to the first team, while Sean Black and Matt Smedberg took home second team honors, followed by Matt Singer who earned his place on the third team. The 2008 season also saw nine players named to the NJCBA squads including Corey Young – NJCBA Pitcher of the Year and Chris Roach – NJCBA Rookie Pitcher of the Year. In addition, Young and Greg Miller were honored with post-season, AllConference awards with Young earning All-BIG EAST First Team, and Miller All-BIG EAST Third Team. Despite the struggling 2006 campaign the Pirates upset No. 11 Notre Dame and won two of the three games in the series. Dan McDonald was an All-BIG EAST Third team selection and nine players were named to the NJCBA team with three first team selections: Luis Fernandez, Dan McDonald and Dan Merklinger. In 2005, freshman Dan McDonald was named the NJCBA Rookie of the Year, the first SHU player since 1999. John Walsh, Tim Pahuta and Dan Merklinger were also honored by the NJCBA, earning first team, and two second team honors, respectively. The Pirates also had two MLB draft picks, with Pahuta and Tim Sabo being chosen in the 18th round. Pahuta was taken in the 534th overall pick by the Washington Nationals, while Sabo followed at the 545th overall pick by the Chicago White Sox under the tutelage of Sheppard. Rob was the acting head coach in 2004, guiding the Pirates to a 17-33-1 record. Seton Hall was hampered by injuries, but managed to post some noteworthy accomplishments in Sheppard’s first season. SHU took a 4-2 decision over 4th-ranked Notre Dame at Owen T. Carroll Field on April 23 and followed

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that with a memorable one-hit, 20-0 win over Villanova on “Mike Sheppard Day”. Senior Joey Scott was named the NJCBA CoPlayer of the Year and also earned All-BIG EAST Second Team honors, while senior Chris Noonan was picked in the 17th round of the MLB Draft by the St. Louis Cardinals all under the guidance of Sheppard. During the 2001 season, Rob earned his first head coaching experience at the collegiate level when he served as interim head coach while Mike, Sr., recovered from triple bypass heart surgery. After a slow start with Seton Hall winning just three of its first 12 games, he rallied the Pirates to a 14-4-1 record in April. After clinching a BIG EAST Tournament berth in the final weekend of the regular season, Sheppard guided Seton Hall to three straight victories and the Pirates’ first conference championship since 1987. In the NCAA Clemson Regional the following week, Seton Hall defeated top-seeded South Alabama twice to advance to the championship round. It marked the Pirates’ most successful run in the NCAA Tournament since 1984. After helping Seton Hall to a 34-23-1 record, Sheppard was recognized for his efforts as he was selected NJCBA Division I Coach of the Year. Sheppard has been involved with every aspect of the program since joining the staff as an assistant coach. A proven recruiter, he has helped to annually attract the top talent in New Jersey to Seton Hall. He has served as the third base coach and oversaw the defensive alignments as associate head coach. He has also overseen the off-season strength and conditioning program of the players. A 1992 graduate of Seton Hall’s Stillman School of Business, Sheppard was the third member of his family to play the middle infield for the elder Sheppard. Older brothers Mike and John played shortstop and second base, respectively, in the 1980s. As a college player, Sheppard helped Seton Hall to four BIG EAST Tournament appearances and served as a captain of the Pirate team that finished as the runner-up at the BIG EAST Tournament during his senior season. That year, Sheppard ranked fifth on the team in hitting and led the squad in sacrifice bunts with 15. Sheppard concluded his collegiate career with a .278 batting average, 130 hits and 58 RBI in 158 games as a Pirate. Sheppard broke into the coaching profession in 1993 as an assistant coach with the Vailsburg American Legion team which reached the New Jersey state finals three out of four seasons. In 1994, Sheppard served as the interim head coach for the Immaculate Conception High School baseball team. Sheppard is the latest in a long line of family members to become a baseball head coach in New Jersey. Mike Sr., served as head coach of Seton Hall from 1973-2003. Rob’s oldest brother, Mike Sheppard Jr., is currently the head coach at Seton Hall Prep, while his brother John is the head baseball coach and athletic director at Morristown Beard Prep School. Sheppard holds master’s degrees in Business Information Systems (December 1996) and Sports Management (May 1997) from Seton Hall. He and his wife Kelly currently reside in Millington, NJ. They have two children Robert, Jr. (10) born during the Pirates trip to the 2000 NCAA Tournament, and Patrick (9).

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FRIENDS OF JACLYN For the second straight year, the Seton Hall Pirates baseball team will welcome Connor Mackay to their squad through the “Friend’s of Jaclyn” Organization. FOJ is a non-profit organization that connects children struggling with brain tumors with an NCAA team. Throughout the year, the team provides support and encouragement to the child and their family. This season, the Pirates will honor Connor prior to their home game against Monmouth on Wednesday, March 23, as well as look forward to his presence at their games this year.

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PHIL CUNDARI 13 ASSISTANT COACH 12TH SEASON SETON HALL ‘89

PITCHERS DRAFTED UNDER CUNDARI Damon Ponce De Leon B.J. Benik Shawn Tarkington Elvys Quezada Chris Noonan Joey Scott

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Tim Sabo Dan Merklinger Dan McDonald Greg Miller Corey Young

2005 Chicago White Sox 2007 Milwaukee Brewers New York Mets 2008 Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers 2009 New York Yankees Arizona Diamondback

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Phil Cundari is currently in his 12th season as an assistant coach on the Seton Hall staff. A former All-American hurler for the Pirates, Cundari serves primarily as the team’s pitching coach.

1983-85, Cundari was drafted by the Oakland Athletics in 1985. He pitched in the Oakland organization for four years, reaching as high as the AA level in 1987 before his career was cut short by an arm injury.

Under his tutelage, Cundari has coached 16 players who were either drafted in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft or signed as a free agent. He currently has 10 former pitchers - Isaac Pavlik, Elvys Quezada, Chris Noonan, Tim Sabo, Dan McDonald, Dan Merklinger, Corey Young, Greg Miller, Keith Cantwell, and Sean Black - pitching in the minor leagues.

At Seton Hall, Cundari ranks second in career wins (26), third in games started (36) and sixth in strikeouts (217) while playing just three seasons. He capped off his career in fine fashion, garnering BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year and Second Team All-America honors in 1985 after winning 12 games, striking out 98 and posting a 1.74 earned run average. Cundari’s 1.22 ERA in BIG EAST games still stands as a conference record. Cundari was inducted into Seton Hall’s Hall of Fame in February 2010.

Cundari mentored B.J. Benik, drafted as both a junior and senior, towards establishing career records for innings pitched and games started. Under Cundari, Shawn Tarkington was a First Team All-BIG EAST selection in 2001, as was Young in 2008. On top of that, Young was named the 2008 New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association’s (NJCBA) Pitcher of the Year, while Chris Roach received the NJCBA Rookie Pitcher of the Year, and Joe DiRocco was honored by making the NJCBA All-Rookie Team. The same campaign also saw BIG EAST Weekly honors to three of Cundari’s pitchers. Young took home the BIG EAST Conference Pitcher of the Week honors on two occasions along with conference Weekly Honor Roll. Sean Black earned a conference Pitcher of the Week award, and Matt Singer picked up a conference Weekly Honor Roll award.

Cundari returned to Seton Hall to earn his bachelor’s of social work in 1989. He completed his master’s degree in psychiatric social work from Rutgers University in 1990. A native of Cliffside Park, NJ, Cundari and his wife Trish currently reside in Shrewsbury, NJ. They have two children - Christina (18) and Philip (15).

After a successful 2008 season, Cundari witnessed more accomplishments for his staff in 2009. By finishing second in the conference in ERA, his pitchers did not go unnoticed when it came time for postseason awards. Keith Cantwell took home the NJCBA Co-Pitcher of the Year honor while also being named to the All-BIG EAST First Team. Sean Black earned All-NJCBA First Team honors as a starting pitcher as well as All-BIG EAST Second Team. Singer found himself on the both the NJCBA and BIG EAST Teams by earning second team and third team awards respectively. DiRocco earned All-NJCBA Second Team honors and freshman Henry Walsh received NJCBA All-Rookie Team honors. In addition to the postseason accolades, Cantwell, Black, and DiRocco each earned BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week honors, while Singer and DiRocco were awarded to the conference weekly honor roll. DiRocco also was named the ECAC Pitcher of the Week during the final week of March. For the past 10 years, Cundari has run his own private practice as a sports performance consultant. A licensed psychotherapist, he specializes in peak performance and mental toughness training for athletes of all levels.

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JIM DUFFY 24 ASSISTANT COACH SIXTH SEASON SETON HALL ‘96

Jim Duffy returns to Seton Hall for his second stint as an assistant coach on Rob Sheppard’s staff. Duffy, a former AllAmerican first baseman for the Pirates, primarily works with the hitters and outfielders. This is Duffy’s sixth year of assisting full-time with the program, having been the hitting coach from 2003-08, however he did fill in as a part-time coach in 2001 while head coach Mike Sheppard recovered from heart surgery, helping the Pirates win their first BIG EAST Championship since 1987. Under Duffy’s tutelage during the 2008 season, Mark Pappas and Greg Miller earned New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association (NJCBA) First Team honors, Chris Affinito Second Team, and freshman A.J. Rusbarsky the NJCBA Rookie Team. In addition, Miller was named to the All-BIG EAST Third Team as an outfielder. Duffy played at Seton Hall from 1992-96 and, after a fine career, signed a free agent contract with the Houston Astros in 1997. He played three seasons in the Astros organization and progressed to the AA level before voluntarily retiring in 2000 to pursue coaching and finish his education. At Seton Hall, Duffy is the all-time leader in putouts (1,387), second in hits (247) and at-bats (709), and ranks fifth in runs scored (165). He also hit safely in 29-straight games in 1996, a school record. During his career he earned All-BIG EAST honors three times and in 1995 he was named New Jersey College Player of the Year and earned All-America honors after ranking ninth in the nation with a .429 average.

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Duffy currently resides in Hazlet, NJ, with his wife, Danielle, and their two children Jaden and Brennan.


MARK PAPPAS 42 VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT COACH FIRST SEASON SETON HALL ‘08

Mark Pappas enters his first season as a volunteer assist on Rob Sheppard’s staff, and fifth season as a member of the Pirates family. A graduate from Seton Hall University, Mark played for Sheppard from 2005-08. Mark will work primarily with the position players in hitting and fielding where he specialized during his tenure. He graduated from the team a career .290 hitter with 101 runs scored, 92 RBI, 34 doubles, three triples, and 13 home runs. In his senior campaign, Mark led the team with 41 runs scored, nine doubles, and eight sacrifice flies. In the field, he broke the single-season record with 177 assists and currently ranks second in the category. In addition, Mark also ranks sixth with 656 at-bats and 10th with 286 assists.

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Following his senior year, Mark signed his first professional contract with the Sussex Skyhawks of the Can-Am League where he played two seasons including their 2008 league championship year.


MIKE SHEPPARD, SR.

head coach emeritus mike sheppard, sr.

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In 31 years as head coach at Seton Hall from 19732003, Sheppard recorded 28 winning seasons and 27 postseason berths, highlighted by 15 BIG EAST Tournament appearances. He was named the BIG EAST Coach of the Year three times (1985, 1987, and 1989), and guided the Pirates to the conference tournament title in 1987. Sheppard’s squads reached the NCAA Tournament 12 times while he led Seton Hall to appearances in the College World Series in 1974 and 1975.

Seton Hall University Hall of Fame in 1996, and having his jersey number 17 retired on April 25, 2004, he earned the McQuaid Medal in 1990 which is an award given for 20 years of academic and athletic service to the Seton Hall community. Finally, Sheppard was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on January 7, 2011.

Though currently retired from coaching baseball, Sheppard remains active in the Seton Hall community as the Head Under Sheppard’s tutelage, the Pirates won 20 or more Coach Emeritus, while also continuing his duties as the games 30 times, 30 or more games 22 times, and 40 or Chairman of Essex County American Legion Baseball, a post more games five times. He holds a career record of 998- held since 1983, and the Commissioner of Atlantic Baseball 540-11 and ranks in the top 75 on the list of NCAA’s all-time Confederation Collegiate League winningest coaches (by victories). Sheppard and his wife, Phyllis, reside in West Orange, N.J. During his tenure, more than 80 Seton Hall players have All five of their children, Mike Jr., Susan, Kathleen, John, and gone on to sign professional contracts, with 30 of them Rob are Seton Hall graduates with Sheppard’s three sons moving on to play in the major leagues. He coached John and son-in-law all being Seton Hall baseball standouts. His Valentin to a fifth round draft pick plus eight first round oldest son, Mike is currently the head coach at Seton Hall draft picks that consisted of such stars as Craig Biggio, Rick Prep while his youngest son Rob is entering his seventh Cerone, Jason Grilli, Matt Morris, Mo Vaughn, and John season at the helm of Seton Hall University’s baseball team. Valentin. His son John is currently a teacher and head baseball coach at Morristown-Beard High School, while his son-in-law Ed In 1989, Sheppard was honored as a “Giant Steps” Award Blankmeyer, a player and assistant coach at Seton Hall, winner by the Northeastern University Center for the Study enters his 15th season as head coach of St. John’s. of Sports Society. In addition to being inducted into the

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TONY TESTA

SPORTS MEDICINE

DIRECTOR OF SPORTS MEDICINE

ANGELO GINGERELLI

STRENGTH & CONDITIONING SPECIALIST

Tony Testa joined the Seton Hall athletics department in October of 2009 as director of sports medicine. He coordinates and provides medical services for all 330 student-athletes and works directly with the volleyball, cross country, and baseball programs.

Angelo Gingerelli is in his sixth season as Strength and Conditioning Specialist at Seton Hall. Gingerelli joined the university in the fall of 2005 and has extensive experience in both professional and collegiate athletics.

Testa came to Seton Hall after a stint at Columbia University as assistant athletic trainer and head men’s basketball athletic trainer. His experience also includes stops at Northeastern, where he served as assistant athletic trainer and head football trainer, and St. Peter’s College, where he was the director of sports medicine and strength and conditioning.

Before coming to Seton Hall, Gingerelli held similar positions at Virginia Tech, North Carolina State and with the Pittsburgh Pirates.

A graduate of Southern Connecticut State University, Testa earned his master’s in education in sports administration from Temple in 2002. In addition, he still serves as USA Weightlifting’s head athletic trainer, a position he has held since 2004, and teaches as an adjunct professor at Seton Hall in the School of Health and Medical Sciences. Testa resides in Little Falls, N.J., with his wife Gina and their son Rocco.

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Gingerelli graduated magna cum laude from the University of Delaware with a degree in exercise science. He has also earned a master’s degree in education from Virginia Tech and an M.B.A. in sports management from Seton Hall’s Stillman School of Business. Gingerelli’s duties at Seton Hall include all aspects of training and conditioning for the women’s basketball, baseball, softball and men’s soccer teams. Additionally, he is an adjunct professor for graduate and undergraduate classes, a published author and the host of “Realistic Fitness” on SHUPirates.com. Born in Toms River, N.J., Gingerelli currently resides in Verona.

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MATT GEIBEL

JOE MONTEFUSCO

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS

Matt Geibel, now in his 17th year at Seton Hall, was promoted to Director of Academic Support Services during the summer of 2004 after serving as the Acting Director of the department for the 2004 spring semester. Geibel is responsible for the academic services for the entire Seton Hall varsity athletics program, and he oversees a staff of four academic advisors and countless tutors who work to ensure that each Pirate student-athlete achieves the best educational experience.

Joe Montefusco enters his fourth season with Seton Hall as the Assistant Director of Athletics Communications. Beginning in August of 2007, Montefusco is accountable for the day-to-day communication responsibilities for women’s soccer, men’s and women’s swimming and diving, and baseball.

A graduate of Seton Hall, Geibel has worked at his alma mater in various positions since 1993. Prior to assuming his duties as Acting Director for Academic Support Services in the spring of 2004, Geibel served as the Associate Director of the department for eight years. He began his work in the department as a graduate assistant from 1993-96. Since joining the Academic Support Services staff, Geibel has also worked as an Adjunct Professor in both the Stillman School of Business and the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science from 1994 to the present. From 1996 to 1999, he served as a mentor in the Office of Freshman Studies. Geibel graduated from Seton Hall in 1993 with a bachelor of arts degree in economics. A member of the National Association of Academic Advisors for Athletics, he earned a master’s degree in business administration from Seton Hall in 1995. The recipient of the 2001 Most Valuable Pirate Award, an honor presented annually to the athletic department member who best embodies the spirit of commitment and dedication to Seton Hall Athletics, Geibel resides in Edison, N.J.

John Browning Freshman

Kevin Fountain Senior

Prior to joining the staff, he spent three seasons as a Ticket Sales Representative as well as the Media Relations Manager with the Newark Bears Professional Baseball Club of the Independent Atlantic League. During that time, Montefusco was responsible for directing the daily workflow of the communications department by introducing positive stories to the local and national media, while managing and producing the Bears website and all print materials including the yearbook and media guide. In addition to his communication tasks, Montefusco also sold season tickets, mini plans, and group packages, managed ticket accounts, and introduced new theme nights. Montefusco was a graduate of Pace University in May of 2004 where he received a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Business Finance. During his four years at Pace, he worked in the Sports Information office assisting with the statistical compilation of all athletic teams, including volleyball, football, soccer, men’s and women’s basketball, and baseball, as well as worked in all aspects of game day operations.

Tom Gottlieb Freshman

SUPPORT STAFF/TEAM MANAGERS

DIRECTOR OF ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

Dave Marconi Senior

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2011 NUMERICAL ROSTER

# 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 14 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 43 45

NAME Will Walsh Giuseppe Papaccio Ryan Sullivan Frank Morris A.J. Rusbarsky Kolbe Andrade Sean Gusrang Zack Granite Dale Anderson Frank Esposito Chris Selden Ryan Parker Mike Genovese Joe DiRocco Henry Warner Dillon Hamlin Rick Mangione Benny Mejia George Fernandez Connor Delepine Michael Betz Josh Prevost Billy Ralston Jon Prosinski Scott Kalamar John Beaubien Ryan Harvey Rudy Ferrentino Greg Terhune Chase Gray Connor Carr Ed Ras Brian McKenna Dom Auriemma Brian Gilbert

YR Jr. So. So. So. Sr. Fr. Sr. Fr. Jr. R-Sr. Fr. R-So. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. R-Jr. R-So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. So. Fr. So. R-So. Fr. So. Fr. Fr. Fr.

POS OF INF OF RHP INF INF INF OF OF C INF INF INF/RHP RHP RHP C LHP RHP RHP INF Util RHP LHP RHP OF OF RHP RHP LHP INF RHP LHP C C RHP/3B

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

WT 195 185 180 180 170 160 200 165 220 205 185 180 170 200 200 190 190 190 190 200 205 210 175 180 190 190 215 185 215 175 185 185 195 165 205

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

HOMETOWN New Milford, N.J. Nutley, N.J. Stony Point, N.Y. Levittown, Pa. Freehold, N.J. Largo, Fla. Burlington, N.J. Staten Island, N.Y. Alberta, Canada Staten Island, N.Y. Allenhurst, N.J. Glen Allen, Va. Livingston, N.J. East Hanover, N.J. Gladstone, N.J. Colts Neck, N.J. Orange, Conn. Paterson, N.J. Union, N.J. Middletown, N.J. Mine Hill, N.J. Belle Mead, N.J. Ontario, Canada Skillman, N.J. Bethlehem, Pa. Livingston, N.J. Manalapan, N.J. Toms River, N.J. Washington, N.J. Toms River, N.J. Verona, N.J. Millstone Twp., N.J. New York, N.Y. Nutley, N.J. Toms River, N.J.

HIGH SCHOOL New Milford Nutley Albertus Magnus Harry S. Truman Colts Neck St. Petersburg Catholic Burlington City Tottenville Southern Idaho Monsignor Farrell Red Bank Catholic Cosby Livingston Hanover Park Seton Hall Prep CBA Notre Dame Passaic Tech. Seton Hall Prep Middletown North Morristown Beard Montgomery Nelson Montgomery Liberty Livingston Manalapan Toms River North Warren Hills Toms River South Verona Allentown Xavier Nutley Toms River

Head Coach: #40 Rob Sheppard (Seton Hall, ‘92 – 8th Season) Assistant Coaches: #13 Phil Cundari (Seton Hall ’89) #24 Jim Duffy (Seton Hall ‘96) #42 Mark Pappas (Seton Hall ‘08) Head Coach Emeritus: #17 Mike Sheppard (Seton Hall, ‘58) Athletic Trainer: Tony Testa

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JOE DiROCCO 18 SENIOR * RHP * 6-1, 200 * R/R EAST HANOVER, N.J. HANOVER PARK

DiROCCO’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2008 2009 2010 TOTAL

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ERA 6.11 4.46 5.05 5.02

W 3 4 5 12

L 3 3 7 13

APP 16 14 14 44

GS 4 14 14 32

CG 0 2 1 3

SHO 0 2 1 3

CBO 2 0 0 2

SV 1 0 0 1

IP 35.1 74.2 82.0 192.0

H 37 86 76 199

R 26 44 51 121

ER 24 37 46 107

BB 18 28 37 83

SO B/AVG 32 .272 33 .297 62 .250 127 .273

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2010: Named to the All-NJCBA First Team… Struck out four batters and allowed one earned run in 5.1 innings of work against Michigan State (2/26)… Earned his first victory of the season pitching seven innings and allowing one earned run with eight strikeouts at William & Mary (3/5)… Struck out eight batters and allowed two runs on four hits in five innings against NJIT (3/12)… Earned the win by throwing six innings allowing one earned run on two hits striking out four against Iona (3/19)… Pitched a complete game shutout striking out six and allowing only three hits against West Virginia (3/26)… Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (3/29)… Allowed only four runs in 7.1 innings of work at Louisville (4/23)… Earned the win tossing eight innings allowing only one run on three hits while striking out seven at USF (4/30)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. 2009: Earned All-NJCBA Second Team honors… Led the team with 14 starts… Tossed 6.2 scoreless innings allowing seven hits while striking out four batters against Penn St. (2/22)… Received BIG EAST/Big Ten Honorable Mention honors (2/23)… Pitched a complete-game four-hit shutout striking out four at VCU (3/10)… Allowed two runs on eight hits in seven innings of work striking out six against Iona (3/15)… Tossed seven scoreless innings allowing only four hits striking out two at Notre Dame (3/22)… Earned BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll for week-ending March 22… Pitched a complete-game shutout striking out three and allowing six hits against Louisville (3/28)… Named ECAC and BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week for week-ending March 29… Earned the win allowing only two earned runs in seven innings or work against Georgetown (4/26). 2008: Made 16 appearances including four starts… Posted a 3-3 record overall and 3-1 in the conference… Named to the AllNJCBA Rookie Team… Recorded two strikeouts in three perfect innings of relief to earn the save against Army (3/12)… Struck out two batters and allowed only one hit in 1.2 relief innings against St. Peter’s (3/18)… Picked up a strikeout in one perfect relief inning at NJIT (3/26)… Struck out four batters in two relief innings at St. John’s (3/28)… Recorded three strikeouts and allowed one hit in two innings of relief at St. John’s (3/30)… Earned his first victory with six shutout innings while striking out three against Pittsburgh (4/4)… Picked up his second victory striking out five in 5.1 innings against West Virginia (4/11)… Allowed three runs while striking out seven in a victory at Connecticut (4/18) … BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Played baseball all four years, and basketball for three… Captain of basketball team senior year… In 2006 receive First Team All-Conference, First Team All-County, First Team All-State, and First Team All Group-II honors in baseball… Received First Team All-Conference in 2005… In 2006 State Tournament, struck out 46 batters, allowed six walks on six hits tossing four complete games including a no-hitter, a one-hitter, a two-hitter, and a three-hitter en route to posting a 4-0 record, and winning the Group-II State Tournament… Business major… Born Sept. 19, 1988.

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FRANK ESPOSITO 11 R.S. SENIOR * C * 5-11, 205 * R/R STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. MONSIGNOR FARRELL

ESPOSITO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2008 .281 2009 .257 2010 .235 TOTAL .254

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GP 27 45 42 114

GS 24 39 40 103

AB 89 148 149 386

R 15 18 20 53

H 25 38 35 98

2B 3 6 9 18

3B 1 1 2 4

HR 0 0 1 1

RBI 10 20 25 55

TB 30 46 51 127

SLG% .337 .311 .342 .329

BB 9 19 18 46

HBP 4 4 4 12

OB% .369 .355 .331 .349

SB 1 5 5 11

ATT 2 5 5 12

FLD% .994 .976 .980 .982

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2010: Drove in a run at Texas A&M (2/19)… Scored a run against Northwestern (2/28)… Recorded one hit and a run scored at William & Mary (3/5)… Picked up three hits in four at-bats at William & Mary (3/7)… Had two hits and two runs scored against NJIT (3/12)… Recorded a two-run double against Stony Brook (3/16)… Went 2-for-3 including a home run and three RBI against Monmouth (3/24)… Picked up two hits and two RBI in game one of a doubleheader at St. John’s (4/1)… Finished with a double, two walks, two runs scored, and an RBI at St. John’s (4/3)… Drove in three runs, scored another, with a double and two walks against Cincinnati (4/9)… Drew two walks and drove in a run against Notre Dame (4/18)… Had two hits including a triple, scored a run, and drove in another at Louisville (4/25)…Went 3-for-5 with a double, two runs scored, and two RBI at USF (5/2)… Recorded a hit, drew a walk, and drove in two runs in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Picked up a hit, scored a run, and drove in a run at Connecticut (5/22).

2009: Set a career-high with 39 starts behind the plate… Finished fifth on the team in at-bats, walks, and total bases… Threw out 37.5.8% of attempted base stealers and 53.8 % in conference play… Had one hit, drew a walk, and scored two runs against Minnesota (2/20)… Scored one run on one hit against Michigan St. (2/21)… Picked up one hit and a run scored at North Carolina (2/28)… Scored a run and drove in two more at Richmond (3/8)… Had two hits and an RBI at VCU (3/10)… Scored a run against Northeastern (3/14)… Drove in the tying run with an RBI single against Iona (3/15)… Went 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI against Manhattan (3/18)… Picked up a hit, a run scored, and an RBI at Notre Dame (3/20)… Had two hits with a run scored and an RBI at Notre Dame (3/21)… Picked up two hits, scored two runs, and drove in a run at Notre Dame (3/22)… Drew two walks and scored a run against Monmouth (3/25)… Drove in three-runs with a triple to left-center field against Louisville (3/27)… Had two hits and an RBI against Louisville (3/28)… Batted 1-for-2 with a double and a run scored against Connecticut (4/4)… Picked up a hit and a run scored against Connecticut (4/5)… Drew a walk, had a hit, and run scored in game one at Villanova (4/9)... Drew a pinch-hit walk at Villanova (4/11)… Had a hit and a run scored at Wagner (4/15)… Hit a pinch-hit single at Pittsburgh (4/19)… Went 1-for-2 with a walk, sacrifice-bunt, and an RBI against Georgetown (4/26)… Had a hit, a walk, and a run scored in game one against St. John’s (5/2) and followed with a hit, two walks, and a run scored in game two… Picked up two hits and two RBI at Rutgers (5/10)… Had two hits and a run scored at Saint Peter’s (5/12)…Went 3-for-3 with a walk, a run scored, and two RBI at Cincinnati (5/14)… Picked up a hit and two RBI in game one at Cincinnati (5/15). 2008: Made 27 appearances including 24 starts… Finished with a batting average of .281… Scored 15 runs while driving in 10… Drew a walk and scored a run at Richmond (3/1)… Batted 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI at Radford (3/8)… Picked up a hit and an RBI at Radford (3/9)… Collected two hits and scored two runs against Army (3/12)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI at USF (3/15)… Had one hit and two runs scored against Villanova (3/2)… Picked up a hit, a walk, and two runs scored at NJIT (3/26)… Batted 4-for-5 with two runs scored and four RBI at Rider (4/1)… Had two hits and a run scored at Stony Brook (5/13)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI against St. John’s (5/21). 2007: Red-Shirt Season High School/Personal: Three year captain… Named Defensive Player of the Year for four years… A two-time All-Island, All-City selection… Repeat Newsday All-Star… Played for Richmond County Baseball club… Named Triple-Crown All-American… Played in All-CHASAA league All-Star game… Selected to Greater New York All-Star game… Two year football captain… Business major… Born May 20, 1988.

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SEAN GUSRANG 7 SENIOR * INF * 5-11, 200 * L/R BURLINGTON, N.J. BURLINGTON CITY

GUSRANG’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2008 .244 2009 .230 2010 .239 TOTAL .237

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GP 35 42 33 110

GS 30 37 29 96

AB 90 135 109 334

R 15 16 11 42

H 22 31 26 79

2B 4 5 5 14

3B 1 1 1 3

HR 1 2 2 5

RBI 15 21 20 56

TB 31 44 39 114

SLG% .344 .326 .358 .341

BB 9 22 11 42

HBP 1 5 6 12

OB% .308 .358 .333 .337

SB 0 0 1 1

ATT 0 0 2 2

FLD% .907 .929 .850 .920

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2010: Hit his first home run of the season against Michigan State (2/26)… Drove in a run against Northwestern (2/28)… Recorded two walks and one RBI at William & Mary (3/5)… Finished 3-for4 with a walk, a double, a run scored, and two RBI at St. John’s (4/3)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and three RBI against Cincinnati (4/9)… Had two hits, including a three run home run, five RBI and a run scored at Rider (4/13)... Picked up a hit, two runs scored, and an RBI against Wagner (4/14)… Had a double, a walk, a run scored, and an RBI against Notre Dame (4/16)… Recorded a hit, a walk, and an RBI against Notre Dame (4/17)… Went 3-for-6 with two runs scored at NYIT (4/20)… Picked up two hits against Pittsburgh (5/7).

2009: Made 42 appearances and 37 starts… Was second on the team in walks, third in home runs, fourth in slugging percentage, RBI, and sacrifice bunts, and fifth in on-base percentage… Went 1-for-3 with a run scored against Minnesota (2/20)… Batted 1-for3 with a solo home run against Michigan St. (2/21)… Drew a walk and scored a run against Penn St. (2/22)… Scored one and drove in one run while drawing a walk at Richmond (3/8)… Went 3-for5 including a grand slam and an RBI double at Richmond (3/9)… Scored a run at VCU (3/10)… Drew a walk and scored a run at Notre Dame (3/20)… Drove in two runs at Notre Dame (3/21)… Had a hit and a walk at Notre Dame (3/22)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored against Louisville (3/28)… Batted 2-for-4 with a run scored and three RBI against FDU (4/1)…Had a hit and an RBI in game one at Villanova (4/9)… Went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI at Villanova (4/11)… Picked up a pinch-hit walk at Pittsburgh (4/17)… Drew a walk and had an RBI at Pittsburgh (4/19)… Went 2-for-3 with two walks, two runs scored, and two RBI against NYIT (4/21)… Batted 2-for-4 with two RBI against Georgetown (4/25)… Had a hit, a walk, two runs scored against Georgetown (4/26)… Picked up two hits, a walk, and an RBI against Saint Peter’s (4/30)… Had a hit and drew a walk against St. John’s (5/1)… Picked up a hit and a walk in both games of the double header against St. John’s (5/2)… Drew a walk and drove in a run at Saint Peter’s (5/12)… Drew a walk and scored a run at Cincinnati (5/14)… Had a hit and a run scored in game two at Cincinnati (5/15). 2008: Made 35 appearances including 30 starts… Went 2-for2 with two walks, three runs scored, and two RBI at Richmond (3/1)… Picked up a hit and a run scored at Virginia Commonwealth (3/2)… Collected a hit, a walk, a run scored, and an RBI at Radford (3/8)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI at USF (3/15)… Recorded a hit, a walk, and a run scored against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/2)… Drew two walks, and drove in a run at Fordham (4/9)… Batted 2-for-3 with two RBI and a run scored against West Virginia (4/13)… Recorded a pinch-hit two run home run at Connecticut (4/20)… Went 2-for-3 with an RBI against Rutgers (4/26)… Picked up a hit and a run scored against New York Tech. (5/6)… Batted 2-for-3 with a run scored at Stony Brook (5/13)… Collected a hit, a walk, two runs scored, and one RBI at Georgetown (5/15). High School/Personal: Played baseball all four years, as well as track & field for three, and soccer for two… Was captain of the baseball team for three years, and track for one… Received Group I All-Conference First Team Honors in 2005 and 2006, Second Team in 2004 and 2007… Nominated for the Wendy’s High School Heisman Award in 2006… Hit .400 or better three of the four years in high school… Hit a home run in the Carpenter Cup Championship game at Citizen Bank Park… Criminal justice major… Born Sept. 15, 1989.

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A.J. RUSBARSKY 5 SENIOR * INF * 5-8, 170 * R/R FREEHOLD, N.J. COLTS NECK

RUSBARSKY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2008 .300 2009 .271 2010 .251 TOTAL .275

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GP 55 49 50 154

GS 54 49 50 153

AB 213 203 191 607

R 33 38 27 98

H 2B 64 7 55 8 48 21 167 36

3B 1 0 2 3

HR 0 1 1 2

RBI 28 20 22 70

TB 73 66 76 215

SLG% .343 .325 .398 .354

BB 24 22 23 69

HBP 1 3 1 5

OB% .366 .346 .329 .348

SB 4 8 5 17

ATT 8 9 6 23

FLD% .952 .965 .968 .962

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2010: Started all 50 games at shortstop… Led the team with 191 at-bats and 21 doubles… Set a single-season assist record while breaking the school’s career record for assists… Had two hits, two RBI, and a run scored in game one at Texas A&M (2/20)… Hit two doubles and drove in a run at William & Mary (3/6)… Went 4-for-5 with two doubles, two runs scored, and five RBI against NJIT (3/12)… Recorded a solo home run and scored another run against NJIT (3/14)… Picked up a hit, a run scored, and two RBI, including the game-winning RBI on a sacrifice-fly against Stony Brook (3/16)…Had two hits, a run scored, and two RBI against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Recorded a hit, a walk, a run scored, and an RBI against Cincinnati (4/9)… Went 3-for-3 with a walk, and double, and three runs scored at Rider (4/13)... Drew three walks and scored two runs at NYIT (4/20)… Picked up a hit, drew a walk, and scored a run at Louisville (4/24)… Set a new school record with his 490th career assist in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Picked up two hits and an RBI against Rutgers (5/14)… Had two hits at the plate and recorded a single-season record with his 178th assist against Rutgers (5/15)… Picked up a hit, drew a walk, scored a run, and drove in a run against Rutgers (5/16)… Went 2-for-3 with a double at Connecticut (5/20)… Recorded two doubles, drove in two runs, and scored a run at Connecticut (5/21)… Picked up two hits and drove in a run at Connecticut (5/22). 2009: Started all 49 games at the shortstop position… Led the team with nine sacrifice bunts, 203 at-bats, and eight stolen bases… Finished second in runs scored, 22 walks, and three sacrifice flies, third in hits and doubles, and fourth in batting average and total bases… Currently ranks seventh all-time in the Seton Hall career-records with 327 assists… Drew a walk and scored a run against Minnesota (2/20)… Went 2-for-3 with a walk, run scored, and an RBI against Michigan St. (2/21)… Picked up a hit against Penn St. (2/22)… Drew a walk and scored a run at North Carolina (2/28)… Went 2-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored and two RBI at Richmond (3/8)…Picked up a hit, a walk, and scored two runs at Richmond (3/9)… Scored two runs on one hit at VCU (3/10)… Drew three walks and scored two runs against

NJIT (3/13)… Had two hits, two runs scored, and one RBI against Northeastern (3/14)… Went 2-for-4 with a walk, and two runs scored against Iona (3/15)… Had a hit and two runs scored against Manhattan (3/18)… Drove in an RBI at Notre Dame (3/21)… Had two hits including his first collegiate home run at Notre Dame (3/22)… Went 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI against Monmouth (3/25)… Had three hits, a walk, two runs scored, and an RBI in game one and an RBI in game two against Louisville (3/28)… Picked up a hit and a run scored against Rider (3/31)… Had two hits and an RBI against Connecticut (4/3)… Earned a hit, a walk, and a run scored against Connecticut (4/4)… Went 2-for-4 with a walk and a run scored against Connecticut (4/5)… Scored a run in game two at Villanova (4/9)… Had two hits, scored a run, and drove in two runs against Princeton (4/14)… Went 2-for-4 at Pittsburgh (4/17)… Drew a walk and had a hit at Pittsburgh (4/18)… Had two hits and a walk at Pittsburgh (4/19)… Had a hit and a run scored against NYIT (4/21)… Picked up a hit, a run scored, and an RBI against Georgetown (4/25)… Had a hit, two walks, a run scored, two RBI, and the game winning sacrifice-fly in the 11th inning against Saint Peter’s (4/30)… Picked up two hits, two runs scored, and an RBI in game two against St. John’s (5/2)…Went 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in game one at Rutgers (5/9) and followed up with a hit, a run scored, and two RBI in game two… Batted 2-for-4 with two walks, two runs scored, and one RBI at Rutgers (5/10)… Went 3-for-6 with a run scored at Saint Peter’s (5/12)… Had two hits, a walk, a run scored in game one at Cincinnati (5/15) and a hit and a run scored in game two. 2008: Started 54 of the 55 games he appeared in… Finished ranked second on the team in starts, at-bats with 213, third in sacrifice bunts with eight, fourth with 28 RBI and a .300 batting average, and fifth in runs scored with 33 and walks with 24… Named to the All-NJCBA Rookie Team… Collected a hit and a run scored against Arkansas State (2/23) and again against Ohio State (2/24)… Batted 3-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI at Virginia Commonwealth (2/29)… Picked up two hits and two runs scored in game one of a doubleheader at Richmond (3/1) and followed it up in game two with two walks, three runs scored, and an RBI… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored at Virginia Commonwealth (3/2)… Had two hits and a run scored at Radford (3/8)… Drove in two RBI at USF (3/15)… Went 2-for-4 with a walk and a run scored at USF (3/16)… Batted 2-for-3 with two RBI against Villanova (3/20)… Picked up two hits a run scored and an RBI against Villanova (3/22)… Recorded two hits and an RBI at St. John’s (3/30)… Scored two runs, drove in one, and had two hits at Rider (4/1)… Scored three runs and drove in one against Fairleigh Dickinson (4/2)… Picked up three hits, scored three runs, and drove in seven against Pittsburgh (4/6)… Had two hits, a run scored, and an RBI at Connecticut (4/19)… Recorded two hits and scored two runs at New York Tech. (4/22)… Went 2-for-4 with a run scored against Cincinnati (5/10)… Batted 3-for-5 with a walk, two runs scored, and two RBI at Georgetown (5/15)… Picked up two hits and a run scored against St. John’s (5/21). High School/Personal: Captain of the baseball team senior year… Named First Team All-Shore, and Third Team All-State senior year… Hit two home runs in a playoff game against Ocean senior year… Was a running back for his high school football team for one season… Business undecided major… Born Feb. 15, 1989.

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BENNY MEJIA 22 R.S. JUNIOR * RHP * 6-4, 190 * R/R PATERSON, N.J. PASSAIC TECH.

2010: Led the team in both saves and won-loss percentage… Struck out seven batters and allowed only three runs in seven innings in game two at Texas A&M (2/20)… Tossed eight innings allowing only two earned runs and four hits while striking out seven against Penn State (2/27)… Allowed two earned runs in 6.2 innings while recording six strikeouts at William & Mary (3/6)… Struck out five batters in five scoreless innings against NJIT (3/14)… Picked up the win pitching five innings allowing two runs while striking out four against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Tossed two scoreless innings in relief against Notre Dame (4/17)… Earned the save with 1.2 perfect innings at Louisville (4/25)… Recorded the save tossing a perfect ninth inning with one strikeout at USF (4/30)… Picked up his third save of the season with two scoreless innings in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Earned the victory with two scoreless innings in relief striking out one at Connecticut (5/22).

2009: Made 14 appearances including two starts… Tossed two scoreless innings in relief striking out two and allowing two hits against Iona (3/15)… Threw a perfect 1.2 innings of relief against FDU (4/1)… Pitched two scoreless innings in relief striking out five batters against NYIT (4/21)… Tossed a scoreless inning striking out one against Saint Peter’s (4/30)… Allowed only one run in three relief innings on work in game two against St. John’s (5/2)… Pitched a scoreless two-thirds of an inning in game one at Cincinnati (5/15) and 1.2 scoreless innings of relief in game two. 2008: Medical Red-shirt… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Captain of his baseball team junior and senior year… Was named to the All-Conference team sophomore and junior year… Received First Team AllCounty, and First Team All-Area honors senior year… Batted 5-for-5 with two singles, two doubles, and a triple in a come from behind victory vs. Pequannock senior year… Business major… Born Nov. 24, 1988.

MEJIA’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 TOTAL

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ERA 8.39 4.80 5.97

W 0 3 3

L 2 1 3

APP 14 15 29

GS 2 7 9

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

CBO 0 1 1

SV 0 3 3

IP 24.2 50.2 75.1

H 36 48 84

R 26 28 54

ER 23 27 50

BB 19 16 35

SO B/AVG 14 .346 39 .262 53 .293

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MICHAEL BETZ 26 JUNIOR * UTIL * 6-0, 205 * L/L MINE HILL, N.J. MORRISTOWN BEARD

2010: Drew a pinch-hit walk and scored a run in game one at Texas A&M (2/20)… Drew two walks and scored a run against NJIT (3/12)… Picked up two hits and an RBI against NJIT (3/14)… Recorded a double, run scored, and an RBI against Manhattan (3/17)…Went 2-for-3 with a double, four runs scored, and three RBI against Iona (3/19)… Drew a walk, scored a run, and drove in two runs against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Had an RBI triple in the ninth inning against Stony Brook (3/21)… Named to the 2010 Rawlings Strike Out Cancer All-Tournament Team as an Honorable Mention (3/21)… Recorded a walk and an RBI against Monmouth (3/24)… Belted an RBI triple and scored a run against St. Peter’s (5/4)… Scored the game-winning run against Rutgers (5/16)… Had two hits and an RBI at Connecticut (5/21). 2009: : Made 13 appearances, including seven starts, in the field and five relief appearances on the mound… Picked up a hit at Richmond (3/9)… Drew a pinch-hit walk against Rider (3/31)… Struck out two batters in 1.2 innings of relief against FDU (4/1)… Had a pinch-hit single against Connecticut (4/5)… Drove in a run in game two at

Villanova (4/9)… Picked up two hits, drove in a run, and scored three runs against Princeton (4/14)… Drove in two runs, and pitched two scoreless innings in relief striking out four batters at Wagner (4/15)… Had two hits at Pittsburgh (4/19)… Picked up an RBI against Georgetown (4/26)… Pitched 2.1 scoreless innings in relief allowing only one hit against Saint Peter’s (4/30)… Drove in a run in game two against St. John’s (5/2)… Picked up his first collegiate win striking out three in 2.2 relief innings at Saint Peter’s (5/12). High School/Personal: Captain of his baseball team and football team junior and senior year… Named to the First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-State in baseball as well as First Team All-Morris County and Second Team All-State in football… Played under the tutelage of John Sheppard… Played ice hockey during his freshman, sophomore, and junior seasons in addition to playing baseball and football all four years… Sociology major… Born May 8, 1990.

BETZ’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2009 .188 2010 .237 TOTAL .222

GP 13 28 41

GS 7 19 26

AB 32 76 108

R 3 11 14

H 6 18 24

2B 1 4 5

3B 0 2 2

HR 0 0 0

RBI 6 12 18

TB 7 26 33

SLG% .219 .342 .306

BB 3 8 11

HBP 0 3 3

OB% .243 .326 .302

SB 0 0 0

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ATT 0 0 0

FLD% .963 .992 .980

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WILL WALSH 1 JUNIOR * OF * 6-0, 195 * L/R NEW MILFORD, N.J. NEW MILFORD 2010: Led the team in triples and home runs…Recorded an RBI base hit at Texas A&M (2/19)… Drew a walk and scored a run in game at Texas A&M and recorded two hits while driving in a run in game two (2/20)… Picked up an RBI base hit against Penn State (2/27)… Had a base hit and a run scored against Northwestern (2/28)… Picked up a hit and drew three walks while scoring two runs against Stony Brook (3/16)… Had two hits including a triple and two runs scored against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Drew two walks, picked up a hit, scored three runs, and drove in another against Monmouth (3/24)… Recorded two hits against West Virginia (3/27)… Led off the game one of a doubleheader with a home run at St. John’s (4/1)… Picked up a hit, a run scored, and an RBI against Cincinnati (4/10)… Recorded a hit, drew a walk, scored two runs, and drove in two more at Louisville (4/25)… Drove in the winningruns with a two-out, two-run single in the top of the ninth at USF (4/30)… Had a double, a walk, and a run scored at USF (5/2)… Hit a triple and scored a run against St. Peter’s (5/4)… Recorded two hits and drove in a run in game one against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Went 3-for-4 with a triple, and two runs scored in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Had two hits and scored a run at Connecticut (5/22)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

RBI triple in his first collegiate at-bat against Stony Brook (3/17)… Drew a pinch-hit walk against Rider (3/31)… Had a hit, a run scored, and an RBI against Connecticut (4/4)… Scored a run in game one at Villanova (4/9)… Had a base hit and a run scored against Georgetown (4/25)… Batted 2-for-3 with an RBI in game one against St. John’s (5/2) while picking up a hit, drawing a walk, scoring a run, and driving in another in game two… Went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in game two at Rutgers (5/9)… Batted 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI at Rutgers (5/10)… Drew three walks at Saint Peter’s (5/12)… Had a hit, drew a walk, and drove in a run at Cincinnati (5/14)… Hit his first collegiate home run – a three-run home run in game one at Cincinnati (5/15)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star.

High School/Personal: Captain of his baseball team senior year… Received Third Team All-County and First Team AllLeague honors sophomore year, First Team All-County and First Team All-League junior year, and First Team All-County, First Team All-League, and First Team All-State Group 1 senior year… Father Will Walsh played football at Boston University… In addition to playing baseball, was a two year member of the Football and Indoor Track team… In football, received Second Team All-League honors junior year, and First Team All-League honors along with Honorable Mention 2009: Earned NJCBA All-Rookie Team honors… Made 12 All-County honors senior year… Major is undecided… Born starts in 26 outfield appearances… Picked up a pinch-hit Oct. 5, 1989. WALSH’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2009 .280 2010 .240 TOTAL .260

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GP 26 40 66

GS 12 37 49

AB 50 129 179

R 9 22 31

H 14 31 45

2B 2 2 4

3B 2 4 6

HR 1 2 3

RBI 10 16 26

TB 23 47 70

SLG% .460 .364 .412

BB 9 14 23

HBP 3 2 5

OB% .419 .320 .370

SB 3 5 8

ATT 4 7 11

FLD% 1.000 .981 .991

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HENRY WARNER 19 JUNIOR * RHP * 6-4, 200* R/R GLADSTONE, N.J. SETON HALL PREP

2010: Allowed only one earned run on six hits while striking out six batters in 4.2 innings of relief against Penn State (2/27)… Threw two scoreless innings in relief striking out two batters against NJIT (3/12)… Earned the save by tossing four scoreless innings in relief striking out four batters and allowing only two hits against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Pitched two scoreless innings in relief against FDU (4/7)… Struck out nine batters in 4.1 innings in relief against Cincinnati (4/9). 2009: Earned NJCBA All-Rookie Team honors… Made a freshman-high 19 appearances on the mound including two starts… Tossed one scoreless inning against Michigan St. (2/21)… Struck out one batter in 1.1 scoreless innings in game one of the doubleheader at North Carolina (2/27)… Allowed one hit and struck out one batter in one relief inning at Richmond (3/8)… Tossed a perfect ninth inning striking out one batter against NJIT (3/13)… Struck out one in one relief inning against FDU (4/1)… Struck out one batter in

1.1 innings of relief against Connecticut (4/4)… Struck out six batters in 3.1 scoreless innings of relief in game two at Villanova (4/9)… Earned his first collegiate victory with six strikeouts in seven innings of work while allowing only two runs against NYIT (4/21)… Tossed a perfect inning in relief against Georgetown (4/26)… Struck out two in one scoreless relief inning against Saint Peter’s (4/30)… Pitched a scoreless inning of relief striking out one at Saint Peter’s (5/12)… Allowed only one run while striking out three in four relief innings in game two at Cincinnati (5/15). High School/Personal: Played baseball for two years under the direction on Mike Sheppard, Jr… Received AllConference honors as well as Second Team All-County… Recorded a 7-1 record with a 1.97 ERA… Struck out eight of the first nine batters he faced in his first Varsity start… Criminal justice major… Born Oct. 30, 1989.

WARNER’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 2010 TOTAL

ERA 4.24 6.26 5.05

W 1 0 1

L 2 2 4

APP 19 10 29

GS 2 0 2

CG 0 0 0

SHO 0 0 0

CBO 1 0 1

SV 0 1 1

IP 34.0 23.0 57.0

H 32 24 56

R 22 16 38

ER 16 16 32

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BB 19 11 30

SO B/AVG 28 .252 25 .282 53 .264

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GEORGE FERNANDEZ 23 R.S. SOPHOMORE * RHP * 6-0, 190 * R/R UNION, N.J. SETON HALL PREP

2010: Medical Red-Shirt… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. 2009: Made 12 relief appearances… Earned his first collegiate win tossing three scoreless innings in relief against Stony Brook (3/17)… Threw two innings of relief allowing one hit and striking out three against Monmouth (3/25)… Struck out one batter in one scoreless relief inning against Rider (3/31)… Tossed one perfect relief inning striking out one against FDU (4/1)…Pitched a scoreless inning of relief striking out one to earn his first collegiate save in game one at Villanova (4/9)… Struck out three in 3.2 scoreless relief innings at Villanova (4/11)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Played for two seasons under the tutelage of Mike Sheppard, Jr… Tied his high school record with five saves during his senior year and posted a 0.00 ERA, while striking out 22 batters in 10 appearances… Brother Luis played for the Pirates from 2005-2008… Business undecided major… Born Mar. 2, 1990. FERNANDEZ’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2009 TOTAL

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ERA 3.05 3.05

W 1 1

L 0 0

APP 13 13

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

SV 1 1

IP 20.2 20.2

H 23 23

R 10 10

ER 7 7

BB 12 12

SO B/AVG 13 .291 13 .291

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CHASE GRAY 36 R.S. SOPHOMORE * INF * 5-8, 175 * L/R TOMS RIVER, N.J. TOMS RIVER SOUTH

2010: Named to the NJCBA All-Rookie Team… Recorded two hits and scored a run in game one at Texas A&M while recording another hit and scoring a run in game two (2/20)… Picked up two hits, two runs scored, and one RBI at William & Mary (3/5)… Had a pinch-hit double and scored a run against Army (4/6)… Drove in an RBI in a pinch-hitting appearance against FDU (4/7)… Drove in the winning-run with a sacrifice fly against Cincinnati (4/11)… Scored a run with a pinch-running appearance against Wagner (4/14)… Picked up two hits and drove in two runs at NYIT (4/20)… Made an appearance as a pinch-hitter recording a hit, drawing a walk, and scoring a run at Louisville (4/25)… Batted 3-for-3 with a walk, two runs scored, and one RBI in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Recorded a pinch-hit walk-off single against Rutgers (5/16)… Picked up a pinch-hit single at Connecticut (5/22)… 2009: Made three appearances picking up two at-bats in an injury-shortened season… Medical Red-Shirt… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Captain of his baseball team during the 2007 and 2008 seasons… Received First Team All-County and Second Team All-Shore junior and senior year in addition to his Third Team All-Group 4 honor senior year… Holds high school career record with 130 hits and 39 doubles… Was a member of the swim team for two seasons in addition to baseball… Major is undecided… Born Sept. 21, 1989. GRAY’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2009 .000 2010 .328 TOTAL .317

GP 3 30 33

GS 0 13 13

AB 2 58 60

R 0 10 10

H 0 19 19

2B 0 3 3

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 0 8 8

TB 0 22 22

SLG% .000 .379 .367

BB 0 7 7

HBP 0 0 0

OB% .000 .394 .382

SB 0 1 1

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ATT 0 1 1

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000

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RYAN PARKER 14 R.S. SOPHOMORE * INF * 5-10, 180 * R/R MIDLOTHIAN, VA. COSBY

2010: Made three appearances throughout the season… Went 1-for-2 in a substitution role against Stony Brook (3/16). 2009: : Made four appearances including two starts at third base… Batted 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBI in his first collegiate start against Princeton (4/14). High School/Personal: Received Second Team All-Dominion District honors junior year… During his senior year received First Team All-Dominion District, First Team All-Central Region, First Team All-Metro, Second Team All-State, First Team AllDigitalsports.com, First Team All-Richmond Times Dispatch, and was Honorable Mention All-State by Virginia Preps, as well as the Under Armour Preseason All-American… In addition to baseball, played two seasons as a wide receiver and corner back for the football team… Sports management major… Born Aug. 27, 1990. PARKER’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg 2009 .400 2010 .333 TOTAL .385

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GP 4 3 7

GS 2 0 2

AB 10 3 13

R 2 0 2

H 4 1 5

2B 1 0 1

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

RBI 2 0 2

TB 5 1 6

SLG% .500 .333 .462

BB 0 0 0

HBP 1 0 1

OB% .417 .333 .400

SB 0 0 0

ATT 0 0 0

FLD% .875 .000 .875

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CONNOR DELEPINE 25 SOPHOMORE * INF * 6-3, 200 * R/R MIDDLETOWN, N.J. MIDDLETOWN NORTH

2010: Recorded a triple, a walk, two runs scored, and three RBI against Iona (3/19)… Drove in a run at NYIT (4/20)… Drew a walk in a pinch-hitting appearance in game one against Pittsburgh (5/8). High School/Personal: Played baseball for two seasons… Named captain his senior year… Received All-State, AllConference, and All-Division honors during his final campaign… Graduated with a school record 13 doubles in one season… Played in the Monmouth County All-Star Game and Carpenters Cup Tournament… In addition to baseball, played football for three years, earning All-Division honors junior and senior year… Accounting major… Born Dec, 17, 1990. DELEPINE’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS 2010 .111 9 2 TOTAL .111 9 2

AB 9 9

R 3 3

H 2B 1 0 1 0

3B 1 1

HR 0 0

RBI 4 4

TB 3 3

SLG% .333 .333

BB 3 3

HBP 0 0

OB% .286 .286

SB 0 0

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ATT FLD% 0 1.000 0 1.000

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MIKE GENOVESE 16 SOPHOMORE * INF /RHP* 5-11, 170* R/R LIVINGSTON, N.J. LIVINGSTON

2010: Named to the NJCBA All-Rookie Team… Earned his first collegiate victory with two scoreless innings in relief picking up one strikeout against Stony Brook (3/16)… Pitched a scoreless inning in relief against Monmouth (3/24)… Tossed 1.2 scoreless innings of relief allowing only one hit in game one of a doubleheader at St. John’s (4/1)… Recorded a perfect inning-and-a-third with one strikeout against Army (4/6)… Earned his second career win with 1.1 scoreless innings in relief striking out two against FDU (4/7)… Pitched a scoreless inning-and-a-third in relief against Cincinnati (4/10)… Recorded 1.2 perfect innings in relief striking out one at Rider (4/13)... Struck out three batters in four relief innings against Notre Dame (4/16)…Pitched a perfect inning-and-a-third striking out one against Notre Dame (4/18)… Pitched a perfect thirdof-an-inning at Louisville (4/23)… Tossed a scoreless two-thirds of an inning at USF (5/1)… Recorded a scoreless inning in relief against Pittsburgh (5/7)… Pitched a perfect inning-and-a-third in relief striking out one at Connecticut (5/21)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons… Was named captain of the team senior year… Received First Team All-Conference, First Team All-County, and Second Team All-State honors throughout the three years… Helped lead his high school team to their first Greater Newark Tournament since 1991… Finished with a .483 career batting average and a 15-3 record on the mound… Also played three years at quarterback for the football team taking home First Team All-Conference and Second Team All-County honors… Captained the football team during his junior and senior years… Threw for 1,843 yards and 27 touchdowns, while recording nine interceptions on defense… Special education major… Born June 11, 1991. GENOVESE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

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ERA 3.19 3.19

W 2 2

L 1 1

APP 21 21

GS 0 0

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 31.0 31.0

H 30 30

R 15 15

ER 11 11

BB 8 8

SO B/AVG 12 .273 12 .273

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RYAN HARVEY 32 SOPHOMORE * RHP * 6-2, 215* L/R MANALAPAN, N.J. MANALAPAN

2010: Pitched a scoreless two-thirds of an inning in relief against NJIT (3/14)… Tossed a scoreless inning in relief at NYIT (4/20)… Recorded a scoreless inning in relief striking out two batters against St. Peter’s (5/4). High School/Personal: Four-year member of the baseball team… Named captain his senior year… Earned All-Shore, AllCounty, All-District, and All-Division honors while tossing two no-hitters during his junior year… Played in the Carpenter Cup… In addition to baseball, was a small forward for the basketball team freshman year, and swam at the varsity level sophomore through senior year… Captained the swim team junior and senior year… Business management major… Born Jan. 3, 1991. HARVEY’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

ERA 6.61 6.61

W 0 0

L 3 3

APP 12 12

GS 1 1

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 3 0 3

SV 0 0

IP 16.1 16.1

H 24 24

R 19 19

ER 12 12

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BB 10 10

SO B/AVG 20 .369 20 .369

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SCOTT KALAMAR 30 SOPHOMORE * OF * 5-11, 190 * L/L BETHLEHEM, PA. LIBERTY

2010: Drew a walk and scored a run against Stony Brook (3/16)… Recorded a ninth inning triple for his first collegiate hit against Manhattan (3/17)… Drove in the tying run in the ninth inning with a sacrifice fly against Cincinnati (4/11)… Went 2-for-4 with a double, two runs scored, and one RBI against Wagner (4/14)… Recorded two hits and an RBI against Notre Dame (4/16)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Captained the baseball team senior year … Earned All-Conference honors junior and senior year and All-Area honors junior year… Played in the league All-Star Game and for Lehigh Valley in the Carpenter Cup during his junior and senior campaigns… Recorded a .479 batting average with 17 RBI and 15 stolen bases junior year and a .325 average with 11 RBI and nine stolen bases in his final season… In addition to baseball, was a four-year member of the Golf team where he was captain senior year, and two-year participant of the ice hockey team… Math major… Born Mar. 24, 1991. KALAMAR’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS 2010 .196 22 12 TOTAL .196 22 12

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AB 51 51

R 6 6

H 2B 10 2 10 2

3B 1 1

HR 0 0

RBI 5 5

TB 14 14

SLG% .275 .275

BB 4 4

HBP 1 1

OB% .246 .246

SB 1 1

ATT FLD% 1 .964 1 .964

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RICK MANGIONE 21 SOPHOMORE * LHP * 6-2, 190* L/L ORANGE, CONN. NOTRE DAME

2010: Tossed a perfect inning in relief striking out two batters against Iona (3/19)… Earned the victory in his first collegiate start pitching 4.1 innings allowing one unearned run on three hits while striking out three against Monmouth (3/24)… Picked a scoreless inning-and-a-third in relief at NYIT (4/20)… Recorded two scoreless innings in relief against St. Peter’s (5/4). High School/Personal: Captained the baseball team senior year… Earned a Player of the Week honor during his junior season… Picked up 14 wins in his four years, including a career-high seven junior year as he helped his team to a SCC Championship… Athletic training major… Born Mar. 9, 1991.

MANGIONE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

ERA 6.11 6.11

W 1 1

L 0 0

APP 10 10

GS 3 3

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 1 0 1

SV 0 0

IP 17.2 17.2

H 23 23

R 15 15

ER 12 12

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BB 12 12

SO B/AVG 14 .338 14 .338

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FRANK MORRIS 4 SOPHOMORE * RHP *6-0, 180* R/R LEVITTOWN, PA. HARRY S. TRUMAN

2010: Named to the NJCBA All-Rookie Team… Threw three scoreless innings in relief allowing one hit and striking out three against Stony Brook (3/16)…Pitched 4.1 scoreless innings of relief striking out three batters against Stony Brook (3/21)… Earned his first collegiate win allowing only one run while striking out seven in six innings of work against Cincinnati (4/10)… Allowed only two runs in seven innings of work against Notre Dame (4/17)… Pitched a complete game – eight innings – scattering five hits and allowing only three runs at Louisville (4/24)…Surrendered only two runs in six innings of work at USF (5/1). High School/Personal: Four-year letter-winner in baseball…Captained the team junior and senior year… Earned AllConference Honorable Mention freshman year, Third Team sophomore year, and Second Team junior year… Was named Conference Player of the Week one time during each of his freshman, junior, and senior campaigns… Batting average climbed each season beginning with a .302 mark freshman year, finishing with a .419 average senior year… Helped lead his team to the playoffs each season finishing second in the league sophomore year… Physical therapy major… Born Nov. 17, 1990. MORRIS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

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ERA 4.70 4.70

W 1 1

L 8 8

APP 12 12

GS 9 9

CG 1 1

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

SV 0 0

IP 51.2 51.2

H 56 56

R 34 34

ER 27 27

BB 22 22

SO B/AVG 27 .281 27 .281

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GIUSEPPE PAPACCIO 2 SOPHOMORE * INF * 6-1, 185 * R/R NUTLEY, N.J. NUTLEY

2010: Named to the NJCBA All-Rookie Team… Went 2-for-3 with a double, triple, two runs scored, and one RBI against NJIT (3/14)… Had three hits, including a double, and an RBI against Iona (3/19)… Batted 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI against Central Connecticut State (3/20)… Named 2010 Rawlings Strike Out Cancer Tournament Most Outstanding Player (3/21)… Batted 2-for-4 with a double, RBI, and run scored against Army (4/6)… Went 3-for-5 with a double and scored the game-winning run in the 11th inning against Cincinnati (4/11)… Batted 3-for-4 with an RBI against Wagner (4/14)… Had two hits a run scored and an RBI against Notre Dame (4/16)… Drew four walks, scored two runs, and drove in another at NYIT (4/20)… Picked up two hits including a double, scored a run, and drove in another at Louisville (4/25)… Went 2-for-4 with two singles at USF (5/1)… Recorded two hits, including a double, scored a run, and drove in two at USF (5/2)… Picked up two hits, including a double, and drove in two runs against Pittsburgh (5/7)… Threw two runners out at home plate adding an RBI double in a 5-4 victory against Rutgers (5/16). High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons… Graduated as a three-time First Team All-Area and two-time Second Team All-Conference honoree as well as with First Team All-County, All-Group, All-Conference and Second Team All-County and All-State honors… Was named the Worrall Community Player of the Year… Left high-school as all All-time hits leader with 113 and with the highest slugging percentage with a 1.169 mark… Helped lead his team to the League Championship as well as the State Sectional Semi-Finals senior year… Major is undecided… Born June 8, 1991. PAPACCIO’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS 2010 .239 44 41 TOTAL .239 44 41

AB R H 2B 142 15 34 11 142 15 34 11

3B 1 1

HR 0 0

RBI 16 16

TB 47 47

SLG% .331 .331

BB 15 15

HBP 1 1

OB% .309 .309

SB 2 2

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ATT FLD% 5 .911 5 .911

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JON PROSINSKI 29 SOPHOMORE * RHP * 6-3, 180* R/R SKILLMAN, N.J. MONTGOMERY

2010: Named to the NJCBA All-Rookie Team… Earned his first collegiate win tossing six scoreless innings allowing four hits while striking out six batters against Northwestern (2/28)… Named to the 2010 Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge AllTournament Team Honorable Mention (2/28)… Pitched seven scoreless innings allowing only three hits while striking out eight at William & Mary (3/7)… Allowed only an unearned run on one hit with two strikeouts in a three-inning start against Stony Brook (3/16)… Struck out five batters in seven innings against Notre Dame (4/18)… Yielded only two earned runs in 5.2 innings of work while striking out three at USF (5/2)… Struck out six batters in seven innings of work earning the win in game two against Pittsburgh (5/8)… Surrendered only three earned runs in seven innings of work against Rutgers (5/16)… Received a no-decision despite allowing only one earned run in seven innings of work at Connecticut (5/22)… Named to the Collegebaseball360.com Primetime Performer Weekly Honor Roll on May 25 for his outing against #19 Connecticut… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Captain of the baseball team senior year… Received First Team All-Conference honors, Second Team All-Somerset Honors and Team MVP honors senior year… Graduated second all-time in school history in strikeouts… Business major… Born Feb. 17, 1991. PROSINSKI’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

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ERA 4.04 4.04

W 3 3

L 3 3

APP 14 14

GS 13 13

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 1 0 1

SV 0 0

IP 75.2 75.2

H 79 79

R 39 39

ER 34 34

BB 27 27

SO B/AVG 45 .284 45 .284

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ED RAS 38 SOPHOMORE * LHP *6-2, 185* L/L MILLSTONE, N.J. ALLENTOWN

2010: Tossed 4.1 innings allowing two runs on three hits striking out three in his first collegiate start against Manhattan (3/17)… Earned his first collegiate win allowing only one hit and striking out three in 3.2 relief innings against Army (4/6)… Picked up the save with 1.2 scoreless innings of relief striking out two against Cincinnati (4/10)… Named to the BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (4/12)… Tossed a perfect third-of-an-inning at Louisville (4/23)… Struck out three and allowed only one run in 3.1 innings in relief at Connecticut (5/21). High School/Personal: Named captain the baseball team senior year… Received Second Team All-Colonial Valley Conference honors junior and senior year… Graduated with the school records of 18 single-game strikeouts, 86 singleseason strikeouts, and 176 career strikeouts… Earned the Silver Slugger –Team Award senior year… Helped lead team to the State Champion Group 2 Title junior year and a Patriot Division Championship and second place finish in the State Sectional Final senior year… Played for the American Legion Hightstown Post 148 team junior and senior years finishing second in strikeouts and Player of the Year voting… Business undecided major… Born Sept. 6, 1990. RAS’ CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

ERA 6.00 6.00

W 1 1

L 4 4

APP 16 16

GS 2 2

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 0 0 0

SV 1 1

IP 21.0 21.0

H 20 20

R 17 17

ER 14 14

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BB 13 13

SO B/AVG 15 .250 15 .250

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RYAN SULLIVAN 3 SOPHOMORE * OF * 5-11, 180 * L/L STONY POINT, N.Y. ALBERTUS MAGNUS

2010: Recorded his first collegiate hit, run scored, and RBI in first start at William & Mary (3/7)… Had a hit, two walks, three runs scored, and one RBI against NJIT (3/12)… Drew a walk and scored a run against NJIT (3/14)… Went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI against Iona (3/19)… Picked up two hits and an RBI against Stony Brook (3/21)… Had a pinch-hit RBI single and scored a run against FDU (4/7)… Scored the tying run in the 11th inning against Cincinnati (4/11)… BIG EAST Academic All-Star. High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for four seasons and captained the team for two… Received League MVP honors senior year along with First-Team All-County, First Team All-Section, and Fifth Team All-State honors while recording a .458 batting average with 36 hits, 31 RBI, 31 runs scored, four home runs, and 11 stolen bases… In addition to baseball, also played two years of basketball earning First Team All-League honors while being named team captain senior year… Communications: broadcasting major… Born Nov. 8, 1991. SULLIVAN’S CAREER STATISTICS Year Avg GP GS 2010 .250 23 19 TOTAL .250 23 19

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AB 60 60

R H 2B 11 15 2 11 15 2

3B 0 0

HR 0 0

RBI 10 10

TB 17 17

SLG% .283 .283

BB 9 9

HBP 3 3

OB% .370 .370

SB 2 2

ATT FLD% 3 1.000 3 1.000

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GREG TERHUNE 35 SOPHOMORE * LHP * 6-5, 215* R/L WASHINGTON, N.J. WARREN HILLS

2010: Tossed a scoreless inning in relief with one strikeout against NJIT (3/14)… Pitched 3.1 scoreless innings in relief striking out two and allowing only one hit against Cincinnati (4/9)… Earned his first collegiate win in his first ever start striking out four batters and allowing only two hits in five scoreless innings against St. Peter’s (5/4)… Pitched a perfect inning in relief striking out one at Connecticut (5/20). High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons…Named captain senior year… Received First Team AllConference and All-County honors during his senior campaign as he recorded a .360 batting average with five home runs and 12 doubles at the plate and a 2.88 ERA with 58 strikeouts in 42 innings of work on the mound… Played three seasons as a center for the basketball team…Captained the team senior year while earning Third-Team All-Conference honors… Sports management major… Born Aug. 8, 1991. TERHUNE’S CAREER STATISTICS YEAR 2010 TOTAL

ERA 4.02 4.02

W 1 1

L 1 1

APP 7 7

GS 1 1

CG 0 0

SHO CBO 0 2 0 2

SV 0 0

IP 15.2 15.2

H 8 8

R 7 7

ER 7 7

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BB 9 9

SO B/AVG 10 .157 10 .157

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NEWCOMERS

#10 DALE ANDERSON

#6 KOLBE ANDRADE

JUNIOR • OF • 6’2 220 • R/R STRATHMORE, A.B., CANADA SOUTHERN IDAHO

FRESHMAN • INF • 5’8 160 • R/R LARGO, FLA. ST. PETERSBURG CATHOLIC

High School/Personal: Transfer student from College of Southern Idaho where he served for two seasons on the baseball team… Played baseball for three seasons in high school and named captain during his senior campaign… Drafted in the 45th round by the Texas Rangers in 2009...Named 2008 Jet of the Year for the Vauxhall Academy of Baseball…Received a 2007-2008 invite to the Junior National Baseball Team where he served for four tours before becoming injured… Played for the second place Canadian Summer Games baseball team… Also played one season on his high school volleyball team and one season as a guard for his high school basketball team…Social and behavioral science major…Born May 2, 1990.

High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons…Named captain of high school team senior year… Recorded a .356 batting average scoring 24 runs and driving in 13 more during his final campaign… Member of a team that posted a 19-9 record which was good for second in the conference in 2010… Earned the Presidential Award for Academic Excellence each year in high school, and was named a Scholar Athlete in 2008… Business major… Born Sept. 12, 1991.

#41 DOM AURIEMMA FRESHMAN • C • 5’10 165 • R/R NUTLEY, N.J. NUTLEY

High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for two seasons…Recorded a .304 batting average with 28 hits, four home runs, and five stolen bases… Also played for American Legion baseball his last three years…Criminal justice major…Born July 3, 1992.

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#31 JOHN BEAUBIEN

#34 RUDY FERRENTINO

FRESHMAN • OF • 6’0 190 • R/R LIVINGSTON, N.J. LIVINGSTON

FRESHMAN • RHP • 6’1 185 • R/R TOMS RIVER, N.J. TOMS RIVER/NORTH

#37 CONNOR CARR FRESHMAN • RHP • 6’3 185 • R/R VERONA, N.J. VERONA

High School/Personal: Pitcher for the baseball team for four seasons under head coach Lou Racciope who previously played at Seton Hall University during the 1974-1975 College World Series appearances…Named to second team all-conference…Pitched four innings without allowing a hit during the Jack Cust Tournament… Also played two seasons as a wide receiver and defensive end for the football team and three seasons as the center for the basketball team…Business marketing major… Born Nov. 19, 1991.

High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for three seasons where he was named captain during his senior campaign…Named to both the Jersey Shore Carpenter Cup Selection during his junior season and to the Shore Conference Ocean County Senior All-Star Game…Helped lead team to win two South Jersey Group IV State Championship…One of only three pitchers in school history to throw a no hitter…Was in the top four in least walk percentage in school history…Undecided major…Born Dec. 30, 1991.

#45 BRIAN GILBERT FRESHMAN • RHP • 6’1 205 • R/R TOMS RIVER, N.J. TOMS RIVER NORTH

NEWCOMERS

High School/Personal: Played baseball for two seasons…Received All-County honors during his senior year with 31 hits, 26 walks, five home runs, a .574 onbase percentage, and a .415 batting average…Helped bring his team to the North I Group III championship and a 21-5 record in his junior year alongside current Seton Hall teammate Mike Genovese…Played three seasons as a running back for the football team where he received All-Conference honors in his junior season…Athletic training major…Born Dec. 29, 1992.

High School/Personal: Played baseball for two seasons…Named captain senior year…Received third team All-Ocean his junior season and first team All-State, first team All-Shore, first team All-Ocean, first team AllGroup IV Coaches All Division Team during his senior season…Competed in the 2010 Senior All-Star game because of his 7-3 record and a 2.46 ERA on the mound and a .488 batting average with 9 home runs and 24 RBI at the plate… Sport management major…Born Aug. 9, 1992

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NEWCOMERS

#8 ZACK GRANITE

#39 BRIAN MCKENNA

FRESHMAN • OF • 5’11 165 • L/L STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. TOTTENVILLE

FRESHMAN • C • 6’1 195 • R/R NEW YORK, N.Y. XAVIER

High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons…Named captain for his junior and senior year… Named a two-time MVP and Advance All-Star…Selected to first-team All-City and chosen to play in the PSAL, CHSAA All-Star game…Helped become City Champions his senior year with a .360 batting average, nine RBI, and four triples…Recorded a .436 batting average with three RBI, one home run, and 14 runs during his junior campaign…Sport management major…Born Sep. 17, 1992.

High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for all four seasons…Received CHSAA All-Manhattan Honorable Mention, Perfect Game Northeast AllAmerican Honorable Mention, and Defensive Player of the Year at Xavier High School in 2010…Led the team in RBI during his senior season…Helped lead his team to second place in the CHSAA, a division championship, and a fourth place ranking in NYC in 2010…Economics major…Born Nov. 19, 1992.

#20 DILLON HAMLIN FRESHMAN • C • 6’2 190 • R/R COLTS NECK, N.J. CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY

High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for four seasons….Helped lead team to Sectional Championship in 2008 and State Championship in 2009 as well as league title both years…Helped bring team to three Shore Conference “A” North Championship titles, two Monmouth County Tournament Championship titles, two Shore Conference Tournament titles, and two State Sectional titles…Criminal justice major…Born June 9, 1992.

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#27 JOSH PREVOST FRESHMAN • RHP • 6’8 220 • R/R BELLE MEAD, N.J. MONTGOMERY

#28 BILLY RALSTON FRESHMAN • LHP • 6’5 195 • L/L ONTARIO, CANADA NELSON

#12 CHRIS SELDEN FRESHMAN • 3B/P • 6’2 185 • R/R ALLENHURST, N.J. RED BANK CATHOLIC

High School/Personal: Played baseball for three seasons where he was named captain…Named first team All-Division A Central during his junior campaign… Received 2010 First Team All-Shore, First Team AllMonmouth County, First Team Non-Public, A-Central Division Player of the Year, First Team All-Division A-Central, and Perfect Game NE Region Honorable Mention during his senior campaign…Broke Red Bank Catholic’s runs scored record during his senior season… Recorded a .473 average with 26 hits, 17 RBI, and 5 stolen bases his junior year and a .468 average with 44 hits, 8 home runs, 30 RBI, and 12 stolen bases his senior season…Helped win two division championships in 2009 and 2010 …Participated on the championship team in the Carpenter Cup Tournament in 2010…Also served four years on the swim team where he was named captain his senior year…Economics major… Born July 27, 1992.

NEWCOMERS

High School/Personal: Member of the baseball team for three seasons…Named third team all-county and all-conference, performance of the year in Somerset County, and MVP of the Somerset County Final his senior year…Posted a 3.00 ERA with a 3-0 record his junior season and a 4.20 ERA with a 3-1 record his senior season…Also played three seasons as center on the basketball team where he was named to first team allconference, first team all-defense all-conference, and all-county during his senior campaign…Set the school record for most blocks in a single season his senior year…Helped lead the basketball team to the Central Jersey Group IV State Championship and the Delaware East Division Championship…Undecided business major…Born Jan. 15, 1992.

his senior year recording 14 strikeouts…Recorded a 7-1 record with a 2.06 ERA during his senior campaign… Also served as the quarterback for the football team and forward for the basketball team for four seasons each… Undecided psychology major…Born May 11, 1991.

High School/Personal: Played baseball for four seasons and named captain during his senior campaign… Received the Junior Athlete of the Year his sophomore year and named the Premier Baseball League of Ontario All-Star during his senior campaign…Threw a no-hitter

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Overall Record: 19-30-1, BIG EAST Record: 8-19 Home Record: 14-13, Away Record: 4-15-1, Neutral Record: 1-2

2010 GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

GAME DATE Feb 19, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 Feb 20, 2010 Feb 26, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 28, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 07, 2010 Mar 12, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 21, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 * Mar 26, 2010 * Mar 27, 2010 * Mar 28, 2010 * Apr 01, 2010 * Apr 01, 2010 * Apr 03, 2010 Apr 06, 2010 Apr 07, 2010 * Apr 09, 2010 * Apr 10, 2010 * Apr 11, 2010 Apr 13, 2010 Apr 14, 2010 Apr 16, 2010 * Apr 17, 2010 * Apr 18, 2010 Apr 20, 2010 * Apr. 23, 2010 * Apr. 24, 2010 * Apr. 25, 2010 * Apr 30, 2010 * May 01, 2010 * May 02, 2010 May 04, 2010 * May 07, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 08, 2010 * May 14, 2010 * May 15, 2010 * May 16, 2010 * May 20, 2010 * May 21, 2010 * May 22, 2010

OPPOSING TEAM at Texas A&M at Texas A&M at Texas A&M vsMichigan State vsPenn State vsNorthwestern at William and Mary at William and Mary at William and Mary NJIT NJIT STONY BROOK MANHATTAN IONA CENTRAL CONNECTICUT STONY BROOK MONMOUTH WEST VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA WEST VIRGINIA at St. John’s at St. John’s at St. John’s ARMY FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON CINCINNATI CINCINNATI CINCINNATI at Rider University WAGNER NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME NOTRE DAME at NYIT at Louisville at Louisville at Louisville at USF at USF at USF SAINT PETERS PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH PITTSBURGH RUTGERS RUTGERS RUTGERS at Connecticut at Connecticut at Connecticut

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

R H E/ R H E 2-6-3/11-11-1 6-11-4/13-14-3 3-6-0/6-10-2 3-6-2/5-5-0 2-11-0/3-10-2 3-6-0/0-5-3 5-9-1/2-6-2 4-7-2/6-10-1 2-7-2/3-8-2 15-13-0/2-6-0 7-10-2/0-9-4 5-6-2/4-8-1 2-8-1/3-9-0 11-13-2/8-9-0 8-14-0/2-8-2 2-6-0/4-10-2 9-7-2/1-5-5 2-3-0/0-3-1 2-8-0/5-7-1 0-5-0/3-8-0 4-8-1/10-12-1 1-6-1/6-8-0 4-9-0/9-12-2 6-7-1/2-4-0 6-6-0/5-7-2 9-7-0/10-7-3 4-7-0/1-6-2 4-7-1/3-7-2 7-9-2/8-8-1 6-11-1/7-12-1 5-10-3/6-10-2 1-5-0/2-8-1 4-9-4/7-11-0 12-10-0/12-15-3 2-7-0/4-9-0 1-6-0/3-5-0 8-14-0/6-9-1 3-6-0/1-3-0 1-5-2/2-8-1 6-13-2/11-17-0 6-8-0/0-5-2 2-9-3/5-10-0 2-9-2/14-16-1 9-13-0/7-14-1 3-7-6/15-15-0 1-11-2/11-13-1 5-15-1/4-9-0 2-11-2/7-10-3 5-16-2/11-12-0 3-11-1/2-8-0

INNS 9 9 9 9 (13) 9 9 9 9 7 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 (10) 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

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

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

PITCHER OF RECORD DIROCCO (L 0-1) MORRIS (L 0-1) RAS (L 0-1) RAS (L 0-2) WARNER (L 0-1) PROSINSKI (W) DIROCCO (W 1-1) WARNER (L 0-2) HARVEY (L 0-1) DIROCCO (W 2-1) MEJIA (W 1-0) GENOVESE (W 1-0) HARVEY (L 0-2) DIROCCO (W 3-1) MEJIA (W 2-0) PROSINSKI (L 1-1) MANGIONE (W 1-0) DIROCCO (W 4-1) MEJIA (L 2-1) PROSINSKI (L 1-2) DIROCCO (L 4-2) MORRIS (L 0-2) RAS (L 0-3) RAS (W 1-3) GENOVESE (W 2-0) DIROCCO (L 4-3) MORRIS (W 1-2) SINGER (W 1-0) HARVEY (L 0-3) TERHUNE (L 0-1) GENOVESE (L 2-1) MORRIS (L 1-3) RAS (L 1-4) None DIROCCO (L 4-4) MORRIS (L 1-4) PROSINSKI (W 2-2) DIROCCO (W 5-4) MORRIS (L 1-5) PROSINSKI (L 2-3) TERHUNE (W 1-1) DIROCCO (L 5-5) MORRIS (L 1-6) PROSINSKI (W 3-3) DIROCCO (L 5-6) MORRIS (L 1-7) SINGER (W 2-0) DIROCCO (L 5-7) MORRIS (L 1-8) MEJIA (W 3-1)

ATTEND 5318 - 5010 475 0 325 121 303 373 101 57 127 212 245 330 351 145 152 201 179 - 279 235 212 108 212 304 368 111 127 153 323 347 41 1605 1124 1032 777 967 651 130 74 - 215 307 221 339 314 509 690

TIME 2:55 3:21 2:24 2:56 3:48 2:13 3:02 2:56 2:31 2:55 5:55 3:40 3:00 3:02 2:57 2:50 2:58 2:34 3:09 2:30 2:52 2:50 3:42 3:07 3;15 3:04 2:27 2:57 3:08 3:02 3:10 2:40 3:00 4:00 2:21 2:22 3:16 2:10 2:45 3:04 4:00 2:45 3:20 3:03 3:56 3:08 3:16 2:28 3:12 2:34

() extra inning game * = BIG EAST Conference game Home games in BOLD CAPS

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RECORD: 19-30-1 HOME: 14-13 AWAY: 4-15-1 NEUTRAL: 1-2 BIG EAST: 8-19

Totals Opponents

GP 49 40 48 50 40 44 42

GS 49 37 47 50 37 41 40

AB 187 141 153 191 129 142 149

R 30 13 23 27 22 15 20

H 59 39 41 48 31 34 35

2B 8 6 2 21 2 11 9

3B 3 1 0 2 4 1 2

HR 1 0 0 1 2 0 1

RBI 19 15 10 22 16 16 25

TB 76 47 43 76 47 47 51

SLG% .406 .333 .281 .398 .364 .331 .342

BB 28 13 13 23 14 15 18

HBP 8 4 4 1 2 1 4

SO 30 16 41 15 25 29 27

GDP 1 3 3 4 0 3 1

OB% .424 .354 .339 .329 .320 .309 .331

SF 1 0 1 4 2 4 1

SH 3 8 5 4 4 2 2

SB 13 1 4 5 5 2 5

ATT 17 3 8 6 7 5 5

PO 86 328 101 109 96 30 209

A 5 22 134 196 6 72 36

E 3 1 7 10 2 10 5

FLD% .968 .997 .971 .968 .981 .911 .980

25 3 30 23 33 28 18 22 22 6 9 6

22 0 13 19 29 19 11 18 12 4 2 0

82 3 58 60 109 76 44 60 51 13 9 2

16 0 10 11 11 11 4 2 6 1 3 0

32 1 19 15 26 18 10 13 10 2 1 0

2 0 3 2 5 4 1 3 2 0 0 0

2 0 0 0 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 0 8 10 20 12 5 6 5 2 4 0

38 1 22 17 39 26 15 16 14 2 3 0

.463 .333 .379 .283 .358 .342 .341 .267 .275 .154 .333 .000

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

0 0 0 3 6 3 1 2 1 1 0 0

4 1 11 15 29 4 17 9 8 0 2 1

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

.440 .333 .394 .370 .333 .326 .314 .250 .246 .389 .286 .500

1 0 1 1 3 2 1 1 5 0 2 0

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

2 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

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

33 0 6 27 6 112 13 87 26 8 15 3

1 0 6 0 11 5 0 18 1 0 1 0

1 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 0 0

.971 .000 1.000 1.000 .850 .992 .929 .991 .964 1.000 1.000 1.000

.262 50 50 1659 225 434 81 22 7 202 580 .350 186 41 284 24 .275 50 50 1638 272 451 80 19 28 246 653 .399 184 50 307 27

.345 30 44 .362 21 39

43 61 58 85

1321 601 60 .970 1327 573 62 .968

LOB - Team (408), Opp (339). DPs turned - Team (56), Opp (43). IBB - Team (6), WALSH 2, GUSRANG 2, RUSBARSKY 1, ESPOSITO 1, Opp (10). Picked off - ESPOSITO 1, MIGLIAZZA 1, ROGERS 1, BETZ 1, GRAY 1. PLAYER PROSINSKI, JON MORRIS, FRANK MEJIA, BENNY DIROCCO, JOE -------------MCGOWAN, COLLIN GENOVESE, MIKE PORCELLO, JAKE TERHUNE, GREG RAS, ED MANGIONE, RICKY WARNER, HENRY SINGER, MATT HARVEY, RYAN

ERA 4.04 4.70 4.80 5.05

W 3 1 3 5

L 3 8 1 7

APP 14 12 15 14

GS 13 9 7 14

CG 0 1 0 1

SHO 0 0 0 1

CBO 1 0 1 0

SV 0 0 3 0

IP 75.2 51.2 50.2 82.0

H 79 56 48 76

R 39 34 28 51

ER 34 27 27 46

BB 27 22 16 37

SO 45 27 39 62

2B 13 7 8 18

3B 2 1 2 5

HR 2 8 4 5

AB 278 199 183 304

B/AVG .284 .281 .262 .250

WP 7 5 3 9

HBP 9 9 1 6

BK 2 0 2 0

SFA 3 3 3 4

SHA 9 6 2 5

1.96 3.19 3.86 4.02 6.00 6.11 6.26 6.34 6.61

0 2 0 1 1 1 0 2 0

0 1 0 1 4 0 2 0 3

17 21 5 7 16 10 10 27 12

0 0 0 1 2 3 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

3 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 3

1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 0

18.1 31.0 4.2 15.2 21.0 17.2 23.0 32.2 16.1

15 30 5 8 20 23 24 43 24

4 15 2 7 17 15 16 25 19

4 11 2 7 14 12 16 23 12

8 8 6 9 13 12 11 5 10

14 12 1 10 15 14 25 23 20

2 2 1 2 4 4 8 7 4

0 4 0 0 1 2 0 1 1

0 2 0 0 1 1 0 4 1

61 110 19 51 80 68 85 135 65

.246 .273 .263 .157 .250 .338 .282 .319 .369

2 2 1 2 1 3 0 1 2

0 3 0 2 0 7 4 5 4

1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

1 5 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

1 2 0 1 1 1 4 5 2

Totals Opponents

4.80 3.60

19 30 50 50 2 30 19 50 50 3

4 1

3 1

8 440.1 451 272 235 184 307 80 19 28 1638 .275 13 442.1 434 225 177 186 284 81 22 7 1659 .262

38 50 7 44 41 8

2010 OVERALL STATISTICS

PLAYER AVG ROGERS, MICHAEL .316 SPAGNUOLO, CHRIS .277 FONTENELLI, CHRIS .268 RUSBARSKY, A.J. .251 WALSH, WILL .240 PAPACCIO, GIUSEPPE .239 ESPOSITO, FRANK .235 -------------ABREU, BOBBY .390 PARKER, RYAN .333 GRAY, CHASE .328 SULLIVAN, RYAN .250 GUSRANG, SEAN .239 BETZ, MICHAEL .237 MIGLIAZZA, BOBBY .227 AMMIRATI, NICK .217 KALAMAR, SCOTT .196 PULFORD, REID .154 DELEPINE, CONNOR .111 PHELAN, DAVE .000

21 39 30 44

PB - Team (5), ESPOSITO 3, AMMIRATI 2, Opp (9). Pickoffs - Team (15), DIROCCO 3, ESPOSITO 3, GENOVESE 2, TERHUNE 2, MANGIONE 1, SINGER 1, MCGOWAN 1, MEJIA 1, AMMIRATI 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - ESPOSITO (40-58), AMMIRATI (15-20), DIROCCO (17-19), PROSINSKI (12-18), GENOVESE (5-7), MANGIONE (2-6), RAS (5-6), MORRIS (4-6), SINGER (3-5), HARVEY (3-5), MCGOWAN (3-4), MEJIA (0-4), WARNER (3-3), PULFORD (2-2), TERHUNE (1-2), PHELAN (1-1). Returnees in bold

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RECORD: 8-19 HOME: 5-10 AWAY: 3-9 PLAYER AVG SPAGNUOLO, CHRIS .350 ROGERS, MICHAEL .314 FONTENELLI, CHRIS .265 WALSH, WILL .253 RUSBARSKY, A.J. .247 ESPOSITO, FRANK .225 PAPACCIO, GIUSEPPE .209 -------------ABREU, BOBBY .455 GRAY, CHASE .320 AMMIRATI, NICK .296 GUSRANG, SEAN .224 SULLIVAN, RYAN .200 PULFORD, REID .182 BETZ, MICHAEL .175 KALAMAR, SCOTT .129 MIGLIAZZA, BOBBY .111 DELEPINE, CONNOR .000 PHELAN, DAVE .000 TOTALS OPPONENTS

GP 23 27 26 25 27 22 25

GS 22 27 25 22 27 22 25

AB 80 102 83 79 97 80 91

R 9 12 9 10 9 11 6

H 28 32 22 20 24 18 19

2B 2 6 0 1 10 6 8

3B 1 1 0 1 1 1 0

HR 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

RBI 9 7 4 8 7 16 8

TB 32 40 22 26 36 26 27

SLG% .400 .392 .265 .329 .371 .325 .297

BB 11 12 6 3 12 12 8

HBP 0 6 2 2 0 2 1

SO 4 20 25 16 10 15 21

GDP 3 1 2 0 3 1 1

OB% .429 .413 .330 .294 .321 .340 .277

SF 0 1 0 1 3 0 1

SH 6 2 2 2 4 2 0

SB 1 5 2 3 1 4 1

ATT 2 7 5 4 1 4 2

PO 192 50 51 65 61 109 19

A 15 4 73 6 112 19 43

E 0 3 3 1 5 2 7

FLD% 1.000 .947 .976 .986 .972 .985 .899

14 18 9 18 11 5 15 12 5 6 3

14 5 8 15 9 4 8 7 2 1 0

55 25 27 58 30 11 40 31 9 5 1

12 4 0 4 3 0 2 1 0 1 0

25 8 8 13 6 2 7 4 1 0 0

0 0 1 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 0

2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 3 2 8 4 1 1 2 0 0 0

29 8 9 17 8 2 9 5 1 0 0

.527 .320 .333 .293 .267 .182 .225 .161 .111 .000 .000

6 6 0 6 4 3 0 2 0 2 1

0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0

4 5 4 20 11 0 2 7 5 1 1

2 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

.508 .438 .321 .303 .314 .400 .175 .171 .111 .286 .500

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0

2 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

24 3 26 1 14 0 50 16 1 9 0

1 4 4 5 0 0 1 1 0 1 0

1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.962 1.000 .968 .857 1.000 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .000

711 725

340 33 .970 320 23 .978

.262 27 27 904 93 237 41 8 .287 27 27 897 165 257 48 9

1 81 297 .329 94 17 171 17 20 152 383 .427 100 22 130 11

.340 10 24 .367 13 21

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LOB - Team (231), Opp (177). DPs turned - Team (27), Opp (30). IBB - Team (5), GUSRANG 2, ESPOSITO 1, RUSBARSKY 1, WALSH 1, Opp (5). PLAYER PROSINSKI, JON MORRIS, FRANK DIROCCO, JOE -------------TERHUNE, GREG GENOVESE, MIKE MEJIA, BENNY MCGOWAN, COLLIN HARVEY, RYAN SINGER, MATT RAS, ED PORCELLO, JAKE MANGIONE, RICKY WARNER, HENRY

ERA 4.14 5.53 6.32

W 2 1 2

L 2 7 6

APP 9 9 9

GS 9 8 9

CG 0 1 1

SHO 0 0 1

CBO 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 54.1 42.1 52.2

H 62 46 56

R 29 30 40

ER 25 26 37

BB 20 19 23

SO 29 18 36

2B 9 5 14

3B 2 0 4

HR 2 7 5

AB 205 162 203

B/AVG .302 7 .284 4 .276 5

WP 5 8 3

HBP 1 0 0

BK 3 2 3

SFA SHA 4 6 4

0.00 3.27 5.19 6.23 0 6.75 7.13 2 8.31 9.00 0 10.80 11.74

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 1 5 0 13 2 1 0 0

2 14 9 0 2 0 10 0 3 3

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 4.1 0 22.0 3 17.1 4.1 8 0 1.1 17.2 21 1 8.2 1.0 1 0 3.1 0 7.2

1 22 14 3 2 14 11 1 6 7

0 12 10 3 1 14 9 1 6 10

0 8 10 3 1 3 8 1 4 10

0 5 9 1 0 10 5 0 5 7

3 6 8 2 1 4 6 1 2 10

1 1 3 0 0 0 2 0 2 4

0 2 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 2 1 18 0 73 1 4 0 0

14 79 59 .444 4 .288 33 .250 16 27

.071 0 .278 2 .237 1 1 0 .500 0 1 1 .333 0 0 0 .375 1 .259 0

0 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 3

0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 3 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0

0 1 1

TOTALS OPPONENTS

5.58 2.61

8 19 27 27 2 19 8 27 27 2

1 1

0 1

4 9

237.0 257 165 147 100 130 48 9 241.2 237 93 70 94 171 41 8

20 897 1 904

.287 22 22 3 .262 21 17 2

0 0 0 2

13 21 10 24

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Conference W L T Pct.

*# Louisville 21 6 0 .778 * Connecticut 20 6 0 .750 * Pittsburgh 18 8 0 .692 * +St. John’s 16 11 0 .593 * USF 16 11 0 .593 * Rutgers 15 12 0 .556 * Cincinnati 13 14 0 .481 * West Virginia 10 17 0 .370 Notre Dame 10 17 0 .370 Villanova 9 18 0 .333 Seton Hall 8 19 0 .296 Georgetown 5 22 0 .185 #-Clinched BIG EAST regular season title *-Clinched 2010 BIG EAST Championship Berth +-Clinched BIG EAST Tournament

TEAM BATTING Pittsburgh St. John’s. Connecticut Louisville Rutgers West Virginia Villanova USF Georgetown Notre Dame Seton Hall Cincinnati TOTALS

AVG .365 .329 .322 .314 .308 .305 .303 .290 .285 .276 .262 .251 303

TEAM PITCHING Louisville Connecticut Cincinnati Villanova Seton Hall USF St. John’s Georgetown Rutgers Pittsburgh Notre Dame West Virginia TOTALS

ERA 3.69 3.91 4.25 4.37 4.80 4.99 5.25 5.64 5.90 5.95 5.97 6.58 5.08

TEAM Pittsburgh Villanova Louisville Seton Hall Connecticut St. John’s Rutgers West Virginia Notre Dame USF Cincinnati Georgetown TOTALS

C 2156 1967 2552 1982 2570 2431 2097 2181 2119 2220 2285 2144 26704

50 48 38 43 26 30 29 27 22 29 19 23

14 16 18 22 32 26 29 30 32 23 30 31

0 .781 0 .750 0 .679 0 .683 0 .448 0 .536 0 .500 0 .474 0 .407 0 .558 1 .390 0 .436

Player of the Year Joe Leonard, 3B, Pittsburgh, Jr. Pitcher of the Year Thomas Royse, RHP, Louisville, Jr. Rookie of the Year Jeremy Baltz, OF, St. John’s, Fr. Coach of the Year Jim Penders, Connecticut

BIG EAST TEAM STATISTIC RANKINGS G 56 63 64 64 56 57 52 58 55 54 50 58 687

AB 2120 2278 2327 2264 1981 2001 1820 1997 1953 1874 1659 1906 24180

R 531 494 542 473 402 377 347 360 356 293 225 287 4687

H 773 750 750 710 611 611 552 579 556 517 434 479 7322

W-L 50-14 48-16 29-29 29-23 19-30 26-32 43-20 24-31 30-26 38-18 22-32 27-30 385-301

G 64 64 58 52 50 58 63 55 56 56 54 57 687

CG 1 2 2 1 2 6 0 0 4 5 0 1 24

SHO/CBO 5/4 2/0 1/1 3/3 4/3 4/0 1/1 0/0 1/1 1/1 1/1 3/3 26118

PO 1485 1383 1756 1321 1706 1686 1470 1511 1429 1521 1538 1460 18266

A 621 535 727 601 785 667 559 596 617 615 657 585 7565

E 50 49 69 60 79 78 68 74 73 84 90 99 873

FLD% .977 .975 .973 .970 .969 .968 .968 .966 .966 .962 .961 .954 .967

2B 146 150 140 163 122 135 100 115 113 87 81 89 1441

DPS 45 57 54 56 67 62 60 46 43 64 49 46 649

3B 22 19 24 9 17 7 27 5 12 9 22 7 180 SV 22 12 15 11 8 8 14 8 14 14 10 10 146 SBA 39 52 37 58 57 62 76 83 63 43 59 65 694

HR 46 65 83 88 71 59 18 41 54 39 7 42 613 IP 585.1 568.2 512.0 461.0 440.1 507.0 562.0 486.2 490.0 495.0 476.1 503.2 6088.0 CSB 19 23 31 27 22 27 22 31 20 18 30 29 299

RBI 481 457 492 448 358 346 312 318 315 266 202 251 4246

H 584 583 581 521 451 540 564 578 619 592 570 643 6826

BB 239 253 285 271 205 187 217 200 226 181 186 212 2662

R 285 284 328 269 272 344 385 393 364 362 380 422 4088

SBA% .672 .693 .544 .682 .722 .697 .776 .728 .759 .705 .663 .691 .699

PB 14 18 4 5 10 10 10 11 4 16 11 12 125

HBP 65 68 54 66 72 54 77 113 63 45 41 44 762

ER 240 247 242 224 235 281 328 305 321 327 316 368 3434 CI 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 4 1 1 11

BB 167 195 174 160 184 231 324 221 232 216 193 279 2576

SO 294 348 390 326 358 354 318 399 387 343 284 418 4219 SO 485 397 399 348 307 473 455 299 286 357 334 380 4520

SB-ATT 94-125 67-89 171-204 82-107 85-112 33-45 87-109 49-68 78-110 29-41 43-62 61-85 879-1157

All-BIG EAST First Team P-Matt Barnes, Connecticut, So. P-Neil Holland, Louisville, Jr. P-*Thomas Royse, Louisville, Jr. P-Corey Baker, Pittsburgh, Jr. C-Cory Brownsten, Pittsburgh, Sr. 1B-Andrew Clark, Louisville, Sr. 2B-Ryan Wright, Louisville, Sr. SS-Jedd Gyorko, West Virginia, Jr. 3B-Joe Leonard, Pittsburgh, Jr. OF-Pat Biserta, Rutgers, Jr. OF-*Jeremy Baltz, St. John’s, Fr. OF-Matt Szczur, Villanova, Jr. DH-Kevan Smith, Pittsburgh, Jr. *-Denotes a unanimous selection All-BIG EAST Second Team P-Elliot Glynn, Connecticut, Jr. P-Matt Iannazzo, Pittsburgh, So. P-Andrew Barbosa, USF, Jr. P-Randy Fontanez, USF, Jr. C-Jeff Arnold, Louisville, Sr. 1B-Mike Nemeth, Connecticut, Jr. 2B-Steve Nyisztor, Rutgers, Fr. SS-Adam Duvall, Louisville, Sr. 3B-Phil Wunderlich, Louisville, Jr. OF-George Springer, Connecticut, So. OF-Stewart Ijames, Louisville, So. OF-John Schultz, Pittsburgh, Jr. DH-Kevin Vance, Connecticut, So.

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All-BIG EAST Third Team P-Andrew Burkett, Cincinnati, Sr. P-Brian Garman, Cincinnati, Sr. P-Daniel Burawa, St. John’s, Jr. P-Kyle Hansen, St. John’s, Fr. C-Jimmy Jacquot, Cincinnati, Sr. C-Erick Fernandez, Georgetown, Jr. 1B-David Chester, Pittsburgh, Jr. 2B-Pierre LePage, Connecticut, So. SS-Nick Ahmed, Connecticut, So. SS-Joe Panik, St. John’s, So. 3B-Mike Olt, Connecticut, Jr. OF-Justin Bencsko, Villanova, Sr. DH-Sean O’Hare, St. John’s, Fr.

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BIG EAST CONFERENCE AWARDS 1997 1988 1987

BIG EAST PLAYER OF THE YEAR David Kim Maurice Vaughn Marteese Robinson

BIG EAST PITCHER OF THE YEAR

1992 1990 1989 1985

BIG EAST HONORS

1995 1992 1987 1985

1989 1987 1985

Ted Klamm Kevin Morton Kevin Morton Phil Cundari

BIG EAST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jason Grilli (co-rookie) Alex Andreopoulos Maurice Vaughn Marteese Robinson

BIG EAST COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT 2001 1987 1985

2000 1999 1998

MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER Isaac Pavlik Maurice Vaughn Joe Armeni

BIG EAST ALL-ROOKIE TEAM Casey Grimm Jeff Miller B.J. Benik Tony Calabrese

BIG EAST/GILLETTE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE 2001

Brian Leighton

After beginning his collegiate career being named as the BIG EAST Co-Rookie of the Year in 1995, Jason Grilli went on to be a two-time All-BIG EAST Conference Pitcher.

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2009 2008 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990

BIG EAST ALL-CONFERENCE Chris Affinito (1st Team) Keith Cantwell (1st Team) Sean Black (2nd Team) Matt Smedberg (2nd Team) Matt Singer (3rd Team) Corey Young (1st Team) Greg Miller (3rd Team) Dan McDonald (3rd team) Dan McDonald (2nd team) Tim Pahuta (2nd team) Joey Scott (2nd team) Casey Grimm (1st team) Chris Noonan (2nd team) Tim Pahuta (3rd team) Casey Grimm (1st team) Isaac Pavlik (1st team) Todd Crawford (3rd team) Shawn Tarkington (1st team) Joe Cuervo (2nd team) Casey Grimm (3rd team) Alfie Critelli (2nd team) Joe Cuervo (2nd team) Damon Ponce de Leon (1st team) Alfie Critelli (1st team) Cameron Esslinger (1st team) John Bravette (2nd team) Dan Hummel (2nd team) Josh Vath (2nd team) Craig Zimmerli (2nd team) David Kim (1st team) Jason Grilli (1st team) Craig Zimmerli (1st team) Jim Duffy (2nd team) Alex Andreopoulos (2nd team) Tim Casey (1st team) Jim Duffy (2nd team) Ryan Gorecki (2nd team) Jason Grilli (2nd team) Mike Moriarty (1st team) Matt Morris (1st team) Alex Andreopoulos (2nd team) Jim Duffy (2nd team) Chad Frontera (2nd team) Ryan Gorecki (2nd team) Mike Moriarty (1st team) Matt Morris (1st team) Paul Ottavinia (1st team) Christian Toomey (1st team) Alex Andreopoulos Steve Hayward Alex Andreopoulos Rob Schmitt Ted Klamm Kevin Legault Mike Feoli Jeff DiNuzzo Mike Feoli Mike Gropusso

1989 1988 1987 1986 1985

Kevin Morton Mike Randazzo Dana Brown Kevin Morton Bill Reddick Maurice Vaughn Dana Brown Kevin Morton Maurice Vaughn Craig Biggio Dana Brown Marteese Robinson Maurice Vaughn Rich Vichroski Craig Biggio Marteese Robinson Rich Scheid Phil Cundari Rich Scheid

BIG EAST ACADEMIC ALL-STARS

2009-10: Anthony Bowens, Joe DiRocco, George Fernandez, Mike Genovese, Chris Fontenelli, Scott Kalamar, Jon Prosinski, Reid Pulford, Michael Rogers, Matt Singer, Chris Spagnuolo, Ryan Sullivan, Will Walsh 2008-09: Chris Affinito, Anthony Bowens, Keith Cantwell, George Fernandez, Chris Fontenelli, Chase Gray, Tim McCann, Michael Rogers, Matt Singer, Chris Spagnuolo, Will Walsh 2007-08: Matt Singer, Dan Lopez, Mark Pappas, Chris Fontenelli, Michael Rogers, Matt Skopak, Luis Fernandez, Keith Cantwell, Marc Nigro, Matt Smedberg, Joe DiRocco, Brian Dudzinski, Benedy Mejia, Chris Spagnuolo, Michael Blanke 2006-07: Tim McCann, Michael Rogers, Earl Hines, Tim Dexter, Dan Merklinger, Scott R. Fisher, Matt Skopak, Matthew Singer, Luis Fernandez, Marc Nigro, DJ Cunningham, Edward Young, Chris Basso, Daniel Lopez, Chris Fontenelli, Dan McDonald, Chris Affinito, Mark Pappas, Peter Vandenbout 2005-06: DJ Cunningham, Tim Dexter, Luis Fernandez, Scott Fisher, Chris Fontenelli, Casey Hines, Mark Irwin, Gracjan Kraszewski, James Kuperus, Dan Lopez, Tim McCann, Dan McDonald, Dan Merklinger, Mike Morano, Marc Nigro, Mark Pappas, Dan Perez, Matt Smedberg, Matt Singer, Matt Skopak, Pete Vandenbout, Mike Young 2004-05: DJ Cunningham, Dan Doyle, Luis Fernandez, Scott Fisher, Dan McDonald, Dan Merklinger, Marc Nigro, Mathew Skopak, Daniel Lopez, Mark Pappas, Dan Perez, Patrick Sullivan, Tim Sabo, Zach Schwitzky, Anthony Seratelli 2003-04: DJ Cunningham, Matt Cuttruff, Tim Dexter, Dan Doyle, Chris Fulda, Bryan Haggerty, Justin Kelemen, James Kuperus, Dan Perez, Mike Santoro, Anthony Seratelli 2002-03: Dan Doyle, Brandon Cohen, Chris Fulda, Ben Grams, Bryan Haggerty, Dave Kady, Pat Keegan, Justin Kelemen, Tim Sabo, Anthony Seratelli 2001-02: Patrick Barlow, Mickey Brueckner, Todd Crawford, Isaac Pavlik, Josh Schuck, Anthony Seratelli, Kyle Williams 2000-01: Adam Arslanian, Patrick Barlow, B.J. Benik, Todd Crawford, Chris Talar, Mike Wren

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QUALIFIERS

The top eight finishers in the regular season standings qualify for the BIG EAST Championship. The double-elimination tournament will be held on May 25-29 in Clearwater, Fla. at Bright House Networks Field. The tournament champion receives the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

SETON HALL HISTORY

Seton Hall has qualified for 16 of the previous 26 BIG EAST Championships and has made six appearances in the final. The Pirates have won two championships with four second-place finishes.

RECORDS IN TOURNAMENT PLAY 1ST 6 2 5 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 0 0 0

2ND 2 4 2 5 3 2 3 0 1 1 0 1 0

YEAR 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

CHAMPION St. John’s St. John’s Seton Hall St. John’s Villanova Connecticut Villanova Providence St. John’s Connecticut Pittsburgh West Virginia St. John’s Rutgers Providence Rutgers Seton Hall Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Rutgers Louisville Louisville St. John’s

2010 CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW RUNNER-UP Seton Hall Providence Villanova Villanova Providence Seton Hall St. John’s Connecticut Connecticut Seton Hall Providence Notre Dame Villanova Notre Dame St. John’s Seton Hall Virginia Tech Rutgers Rutgers Boston College Pittsburgh Louisville Connecticut Cincinnati Connecticut Connecticut

WEDNESDAY, MAY 26

Game 1 – (4) St. John’s 3, (5) USF 2 Game 2 – (1) Louisville 11, (8) West Virginia 4 Game 3 – (2) Connecticut 9, (7) Cincinnati 5 Game 4 – (6) Rutgers 9, (3) Pittsburgh 5

THURSDAY, MAY 27

Game 5 – Pittsburgh 13, Cincinnati 4 Game 6 – Rutgers 6, Connecticut 5 Game 7 – USF 10, West Virginia 5 Game 8 – St. John’s 6, Louisville 5

FRIDAY, MAY 28

Game 9 – Connecticut 7, Pittsburgh 2 Game 10 – Louisville 9, USF 7 (11)

SATURDAY, MAY 29

Game 11 – Connecticut 11, Rutgers 10 (10) Game 12 – St. John’s 5, Louisville 3 Game 13 – Connecticut 7, Rutgers 4

SUNDAY, MAY 30 CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

Game 14 – St. John’s 3, Connecticut 0

ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM

Cory Brownsten, C, Pittsburgh Mike Nemeth, INF., Connecticut Joe Panik, INF, St. John’s Steve Nyisztor, INF, Rutgers Ryan Wright, INF, Louisville George Springer, OF, Connecticut Stewart Ijames, OF, Louisville Billy Ferriter, OF, Connecticut Kevan Smith, DH, Pittsburgh Kyle Hanson, P, St. John’s Dan Feehan, P, Connecticut

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT

SCHOOL YEARS W-L PCT. St. John’s 19 36-29 .554 Seton Hall 16 26-28 .481 Notre Dame 14 31-21 .596 Connecticut 12 24-20 .545 Villanova 11 18-17 .514 Rutgers 11 25-19 .568 Providence 10 19-18 .514 West Virginia 9 10-16 .625 Pittsburgh 8 5-15 .250 Louisville 5 15-6 .714 USF 5 7-10 .412 Cincinnati 4 3-7 .300 Georgetown 2 0-4 .000

PAST CHAMPIONS

JACK KAISER AWARD (MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYER) Kyle Hanson, P, St. John’s

The 1985 Seton Hall Pirates defeated Villanova in the BIG EAST Tournament Championship to claim the program’s first of two titles. The team went on to play in the NCAA South I Regional.

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NJCBA HONORS & AWARDS

PIRATE ALL-AMERICANS Collegiate Baseball PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1987

Marteese Robinson (co-player)

1997 1995 1994 1989 1988 1987 1985 1982 1977 1975 1966 1954

David Kim (2nd team) Matt Morris (1st team) Mike Moriarty (2nd team) Jim Duffy (3rd team) Paul Ottavinia (2nd team) Kevin Morton (3rd team) Maurice Vaughn (3rd team) John Valentin (3rd team) Maurice Vaughn (3rd team) Marteese Robinson (1st team) Craig Biggio (2nd team) Maurice Vaughn (2nd team) Phil Cundari (3rd team) John Morris (1st team) George Ramos (2nd team) Rick Cerone (1st team) Dick Wieczezak (3rd team) William Nolan (1st team)

PIRATE HONOR ROLL

ABCA ALL-AMERICA

2009 2008 1997 1995 1992 1990 1986 1985 1984

NJCBA PLAYER OF THE YEAR Joey Scott (co-player) David Kim Jim Duffy Mike Randazzo Mo Vaughn Marteese Robinson Craig Biggio Pat Pacillo Pat Pacillo

NJCBA PITCHER OF THE YEAR Keith Cantwell Corey Young Jason Grilli Matt Morris Ted Klamm Jeff DiNuzzo Rich Scheid Phil Cundari Doug Cinnella

NJCBA FIREMAN OF THE YEAR 2001 Isaac Pavlik (co-fireman)

Baseball America ALL-AMERICA 1995 1994 1987 1985 1982

Matt Morris (1st team) Paul Ottavinia (3rd team) Craig Biggio (1st team) Marteese Robinson (1st team) Maurice Vaughn (3rd team) Phil Cundari (2nd team) John Morris (1st team)

1999 2005

David Kim (3rd team)

NCBWA ALL-AMERICA 2000 1997

Alfie Critelli (3rd team) David Kim (3rd team) Jason Grilli (3rd team)

2000 1998 1995 1992

Casey Grimm (Hon. Mention, L.S.) B.J. Benik (Louisville Slugger) Jason Grilli (Mizuno) Jason Grilli (Baseball America) Alex Andreopoulos (Baseball America)

VERIZON/CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2002 1990 1989 1982 1975

Todd Crawford (1st team) Mike Randazzo (1st team) Mike Randazzo (2nd team) John Morris (2nd team) Rick Cerone (1st team)

NJCBA ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Jeff Miller Dan McDonald

NJCBA ROOKIE PITCHER OF THE YEAR

2008 2003

Collegiate Baseball ALL-AMERICA 1997

FRESHMAN ALL-AMERICA

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2004 1997 1995 1990 1988 1987 1986 1984 1983

2001 2000 1995 1987 1982

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004

Chris Roach Mark Irwin

NJCBA COACH OF THE YEAR Rob Sheppard Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard

NJCBA FIRST TEAM ALL-STATE Joe DiRocco Sean Black Matt Smedberg Chris Affinito Greg Miller (Utility) Mark Pappas Keith Cantwell (Pitcher) Dan McDonald Greg Miller Dan McDonald (DH) Dan Merklinger Luis Fernandez Dan McDonald (Pitcher) John Walsh Joey Scott

2003 2002 2001 2000 1997 1996 1992

Casey Grimm Todd Crawford Isaac Pavlik Adam Arslanian Mike Bascom Alfie Critelli Joe Cuervo Brian Leighton Ray Navarrete Damon Ponce de Leon Mike Condon Dan Hummel Brian Ridley V.J. Carrero Jim Duffy David Kim Alex Andropoulos Ted Klamm Christian Toomey

NJCBA SECOND TEAM ALL-STATE

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005

Mike Rogers Jon Prosinski Joe DiRocco Matt Singer Chris Affinito Sean Black Matt Singer Dan Merklinger Brandon Cohen Robbie Hine Dan Lopez Corey Young Dan McDonald (DH.) Dan Merklinger Tim Pahuta

NJCBA ROOKIE TEAM ALL-STATE

2010 2009 2008 2007 2006

Mke Genovese Chase Gray Frank Morris Giuseppe Papaccio Dave Phelan Will Walsh Henry Warner Joe DiRocco A.J. Rusbarsky Sean Black Keith Cantwell Matt Smedberg

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ALL-REGION AWARDS NJ BASEBALL WRITER’S ASSOCIATION PLAYER OF THE YEAR 1977

George Ramos

2008 2006 2001

ABCA/RAWLINGS All-EAST Region

2003 2000 1997

Casey Grimm (1st team) Ray Navarrete (1st team) Jason Grilli (2nd team) Dan Hummel (1st team) David Kim (1st team)

1977 1975

George Ramos Rico Bellini Ted Schoenhaus

1995 2005

SOPHOMORE MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Chris Spagnuolo Dan Merklinger Casey Grimm

FRESHMAN MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Jason Grilli Dan McDonald

AACBC ALL-DISTRICT

Mike Sheppard Mike Sheppard

SETON HALL AWARDS MALE SCHOLAR-ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1999

David Kim

John Probst

MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR 1997

2009 2004 2002 2001 1999 1998 1996 1995

2009 2008 1997 1995 1994

David Kim

SENIOR MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Matt Smedberg Joey Scott (co) Todd Crawford Joe Cuervo (co) John Bravette Craig Zimmerli (co) Jim Duffy Alex Andreopoulos

Paul Ottavinia

JUNIOR MALE ATHLETE OF THE YEAR Sean Black Corey Young (co) Dan Hummel Matt Morris Paul Ottavinia

Dan Merklinger

2010 2008 2005 2004 2002 1997 1996 1991 1989 1986 1984 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973

Phil Cundari Dana Brown Julius Nicolai Matt Morris Marteese Robinson * Tim Byron Charles Doehler (coach) Msgr. Edwin Sullivan (chaplain) Craig Biggio Michael Sheppard, Sr. (coach) * John Valentin Maurice Vaughn Patrick Pacillo Michael Sheppard, Jr. Martin Caffrey John Morris Ed Blankmeyer Todd Heimer Larry Falcon Charles Puleo Rick Cerone * Rev. Francis Reynolds Richard Wieczezak Alfred Booth Norman Dermody Louis Welaj Ted Fiore Robert Issler Raymond Keyes Joseph Ritter Frank Spatuzzi John Donovan Peter Jones Richard Marks Gary Cavallo Edward Heine Robert Knoth Kenneth Pine Francis Delany Msgr. Michael Hornak Edward Madjeski John Monteleone John Tracey Milton Feller Peter Finnerty Rev. John Outwater Harry Singleton Michael Hannon Albert Mamaux (coach) Stephen Nagy William Nolan Leslie Fries Owen T. Carroll (coach) Thaddeus Lepcio Francis Meehan

PIRATE HONOR ROLL

AACBC DISTRICT COACH OF THE YEAR

1975 1974

Seton hall athletic hall of fame

* = Number Retired

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RECORD VS. OPPONENTS

FIRST LAST OPPONENT GAME GAME GP Adelphi 1977 1985 4 Air Force 1977 1977 1 Arizona 1986 1986 3 Arkansas State 2008 2008 1 Army 1973 2010 19 Auburn 1987 1987 2 Ball State 2004 2004 1 Boston College 1990 2005 46 Bowling Green 1977 2001 2 Bradley 1995 1995 1 Brooklyn 1983 1992 16 Brigham Young 1980 1984 2 Bryant 1996 1996 1 Buffalo 1974 1980 15 C.W. Post 1973 1980 15 Cal-Riverside 1980 1984 4 Cal St.-Fullerton 1984 1984 1 Campbell 2007 2007 3 Canisius 1977 1996 6 Catholic 1977 1977 1 Central Connecticut St. 1996 2010 2 2 Central Florida 1982 1987 6 Chicago State 2003 2003 1 Cincinnati 2006 2010 12 City College of NY 1973 1974 4 Clemson 1987 2001 6 Coastal Carolina 2004 2004 2 College of Charleston 1997 1997 2 Columbia 1977 1981 5 Connecticut 1983 2010 69 Dartmouth 2000 2000 1 Dayton 1983 1983 2 Delaware 1976 1981 11 Detroit 2003 2003 1 Duquesne 1998 1998 2 Duke 2006 2006 3 East Tennessee St. 1985 1985 3 Eastern Connecticut St. 1983 1983 1 Eastern Michigan 1980 1980 1 Eckerd 1979 1982 3 Fairfield 1976 2000 4 Fairleigh Dickinson 1973 2010 50 Florida Atlantic 1993 2003 2 Florida International 1977 2006 22 Florida State 1975 1975 1 Fordham 1973 2008 34 Fresno State 1999 1999 1 George Mason 2004 2004 1 George Washington 1977 1979 2 Georgetown 1985 2009 88 Georgia Southern 1985 1985 1 Glassboro State 1977 1978 2 Gonzaga 1999 1999 1 Hartford 1990 2000 3 Harvard 1984 1984 2 Hofstra 1987 2008 18 Holy Cross 1983 1992 3 Howard 1976 1978 3 Illinois State 1996 2000 4 Indiana 1995 2001 2 Iona 1973 2010 32 Iowa IPFW 2005 2005 1 Ithaca 1982 1997 3 James Madison 1997 2007 3 Kansas State 2003 2007 3 Kentucky 1983 1983 1 Lafayette 1974 2000 22 LaSalle 1979 1995 8 LeMoyne 2002 2002 1 Liberty 2000 2000 1 Long Island 1973 2003 30 Louisville 2006 2010 13 Maine 1975 2006 12 Manhattan 1973 2010 18 Mansfield 1995 1995 1 Marist 1993 2003 5 Maryland 1979 1983 3 Massachusetts 1976 1998 4 Memphis 2008 2008 1 MIT 1993 1993 1 Miami 1974 1992 25 Miami (OH) 1975 1977 3 Michigan State 1974 2010 10 Minnesota 2009 2009 1 Missouri 1981 1981 1 Monmouth 1974 2010 36

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W L T 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 1 14 5 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 26 20 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 14 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 11 4 0 11 4 0 2 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 0 6 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.000 4 2 0 1 0 0 6 6 0 3 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 4 1 0 39 30 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 6 5 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 3 1 0 40 10 0 0 2 0 9 13 0 1 0 0 24 10 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 67 21 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 1 0 14 4 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 1 3 0 2 0 0 28 4 0 First Meeting 1 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 0 20 2 0 5 3 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 23 7 0 3 10 0 4 8 0 15 3 0 1 0 0 3 2 0 2 1 0 3 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 4 21 0 2 1 0 4 5 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 30 5 1

PCT. .500 1.000 .000 .000 .737 .500 .000 .565 .000 1.000 .875 .000 1.000 .733 .733 .500 .000 .666 1.000 .000 16 .667 1.000 .500 .750 .000 .000 .500 .800 .565 1.000 1.000 .545 1.000 .500 .333 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .750 .800 .000 .409 1.000 .706 .000 1.000 .500 .761 1.000 .500 .500 .667 .500 .794 .667 .667 .250 1.000 .875

RF 35 11 12 3 134 16 1 266 11 9 160 9 14 89 115 22 3 25 72 3 6 41 24 51 70 26 12 9 46 394 4 12 69 8 7 16 31 19 4 18 41 404 4 97 11 297 4 11 4 653 5 13 9 32 17 163 29 11 31 14 297

RA 27 2 35 6 83 28 7 217 17 4 61 17 6 54 57 39 7 17 12 4

1.000 .667 .333 .400 .000 .909 .625 1.000 .000 .766 .231 .333 .833 1.000 .600 .667 .750 1.000 1.000 .160 .667 .450 1.000 .000 .847

9 17 19 20 6 204 84 5 2 226 55 57 160 6 37 14 16 3 7 84 34 67 11 8 283

5 15 23 20 15 106 44 4 10 125 100 77 56 2 29 12 19 1 0 219 21 74 2 12 138

35 7 51 17 70 16 9 17 341 3 5 56 5 6 21 7 15 3 20 20 207 16 127 0 164 6 10 6 328 2 7 9 21 11 70 8 11 39 3 169

FIRST LAST OPPONENT GAME GAME GP Montclair State 1974 1999 9 Morningside 1981 1981 1 Mount St. Mary’s 2005 2005 1 Navy 1982 1999 3 Nebraska 1980 2005 4 New Haven 1994 1994 1 NJIT 1977 2010 9 New Mexico 1999 1999 1 New Orleans 1986 1986 3 New York Tech 1978 2010 43 New York University 1973 1974 2 Niagara 1976 1976 2 Norfolk State 2007 2007 3 North Carolina 1988 2009 61 Northeastern 2005 2009 2 Northeastern Illinois 1996 1996 1 Northwestern 2005 2010 2 Notre Dame 1996 2010 40 Ohio State 1974 2008 7 Oklahoma City 1981 1981 2 Oklahoma State 2000 2000 2 Old Dominion 1990 1992 4 Oral Roberts 1984 1984 1 Oregon State 1984 1984 1 Pace 1978 2004 21 Pan American 1981 1981 3 Pennsylvania 1975 1999 2 Penn State 1973 2010 7 Pittsburgh 1985 2010 88 Princeton 1973 2009 32 Providence 1984 1999 39 Quinnipiac 2000 2002 2 Radford 2008 2008 3 Ramapo 1981 1983 3 Rhode Island 1973 2006 4 Richmond 1989 2009 9 Rider 1973 2010 48 Robert Morris 1985 1985 1 Rollins 1979 1979 2 Rutgers 1973 2010 77 Rutgers-Newark 1996 1996 1 San Diego State 1984 1984 1 Santa Clara 1980 1980 1 St. Ambrose 1998 1998 1 St. Bonaventure 2006 2006 1 St. Francis (NY) 1973 2006 41 St. John’s 1973 2010 99 St. Joseph’s (PA) 1974 2008 4 St. Leo 1982 1982 2 St. Peter’s 1973 2010 33 St. Thomas 1977 1993 23 Siena 1981 1999 24 South Alabama 2001 2001 2 South Carolina 1975 2002 6 Southeastern Mass. 1983 1983 2 Southern Illinois 1974 1977 2 Southern Illinois-Edwardsville Staten Island 1982 1982 1 Stetson 1975 1982 4 Stony Brook 2001 2010 12 Temple 1973 2005 17 Texas 1974 1975 2 Texas A& M 2010 2010 3 Texas Tech 1981 2002 5 Trenton State 1977 1977 1 Tulane 1986 1986 1 Upsala 1974 1990 13 USF 2006 2010 12 Vanderbilt 1982 1982 1 Villanova 1973 2009 106 Virginia 1982 2004 52 Va. Commonwealth 1994 2009 6 Virginia Tech 2001 2004 12 Wake Forest 2000 2000 1 Wagner 1973 2010 33 Washington 1980 1980 1 Washington State 1984 1984 1 West Virginia 1976 2010 37 Western Illinois 1995 1995 1 Wichita State 1988 1988 3 William & Mary 1992 2010 8 William Paterson 1976 1999 11 Winthrop 1997 2004 5 Yale 1995 2001 5

W L T 7 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 9 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 30 12 1 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 10 51 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 12 28 0 4 3 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 14 7 0 2 1 0 2 0 0 4 3 0 62 26 0 25 6 1 24 15 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 1 2 0 3 1 0 3 6 0 29 17 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 37 39 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 35 6 0 45 54 0 3 1 0 2 0 0 30 3 0 14 9 0 20 4 0 2 0 0 1 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 First Meeting 1 0 0 2 2 0 6 6 0 10 7 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 12 1 0 3 9 0 0 1 0 68 38 0 19 32 1 5 1 0 5 6 1 0 1 0 26 7 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 13 24 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3 5 0 8 2 1 2 3 0 4 1 0

PCT. .833 1.000 1.000 .333 .000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .333 .709 1.000 .500 .333 .164 .500 .000 1.000 .300 .571 1.000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .667 .667 1.000 .571 .705 .796 .615 1.000 .667 .333 .750 .333 .604 1.000 .250 .487 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .854 .455 .750 1.000 .910 .609 .833 1.000 .167 1.000 .000

RF 64 8 4 12 9 2 87 10 14 323 12 6 12 214 6 3 9 193 52 14 15 7 2 3 197 9 18 33 672 219 288 21 20 26 27 60 287 15 6 463 10 9 10 7 6 318 465 35 15 344 184 166 15 18 35 5

RA 35 6 2 22 26 1 15 4 21 202 3 8 12 485 5 6 1 257 44 2 11 28 5 5 120 8 9 26 424 151 195 8 11 18 15 61 240 0 409 467 6 7 5 4 4 181 473 12 8 120 141 92 9 33 11 14

1.000 .500 .500 .588 .000 .000 .400 1.000 1.000 .923 .250 .000 .642 .375 .833 .458 .000 .788 .000 1.000 .351 1.000 .000 .375 .773 .400 .800

15 24 69 121 24 11 27 8 6 106 42 5 771 257 42 51 3 277 2 10 184 16 16 39 95 11 41

3 23 58 95 12 30 36 3 5 36 58 7 539 319 27 44 8 132 21 9 251 2 32 51 67 24 30

* Series records date to 1973 when Mike Sheppard took over as head coach 1 – Biscayne became St. Thomas in 1984 2011 Opponents in Bold

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COACH N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Professor Gannon N/A N/A N/A Ed Gilroy Ed Gilroy N/A J. Varlin Jack Clarf Bernie Stafford Dave Driscoll Dave Driscoll Dave Driscoll N/A N/A Marty Kavanagh Marty Kavanagh Marty Kavanagh Marty Kavanagh Marty Kavanagh Doc Nork Doc Nork Jack Fish Jack Fish Milt Feller Milt Feller Milt Feller Red Smith Red Smith John Colrick John Colrick Al Mamaux Al Mamaux Al Mamaux Al Mamaux Al Mamaux Al Mamaux Bob Davies Bob Davies

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

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

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

PCT. .500 .000 .500 .000 .000 .000 .500 .500 .600 .556 .545 .875 .909 1.000 1.000 .000 .714 .000 1.000 .429 .444 1.000 .556 .714 .462 .222 .889 .813 .639 .639 .714 .300 .579 .706 .632 .700 .643 .667 .667 .625 1.000 .625 .500 .454 .273 .231 .222 .250 .429 .444 .636 .765 .714 .750 .556 .692 .550 .850 .682 .938 1.000 .813 .813

YEAR COACH 1948 Owen T. Carroll 1949 Owen T. Carroll 1950 Owen T. Carroll 1951 Owen T. Carroll 1952 Owen T. Carroll 1953 Owen T. Carroll 1954 Owen T. Carroll 1955 Owen T. Carroll 1956 Owen T. Carroll 1957 Owen T. Carroll 1958 Owen T. Carroll 1959 Owen T. Carroll 1960 Owen T. Carroll 1961 Owen T. Carroll 1962 Owen T. Carroll 1963 Owen T. Carroll 1964 Owen T. Carroll 1965 Owen T. Carroll 1966 Owen T. Carroll 1967 Owen T. Carroll 1968 Owen T. Carroll 1969 Owen T. Carroll 1970 Owen T. Carroll 1971 Owen T. Carroll 1972 Owen T. Carroll 1973 Mike Sheppard 1974 Mike Sheppard 1975 Mike Sheppard 1976 Mike Sheppard 1977 Mike Sheppard 1978 Mike Sheppard 1979 Mike Sheppard 1980 Mike Sheppard 1981 Mike Sheppard 1982 Mike Sheppard 1983 Mike Sheppard 1984 Mike Sheppard 1985 Mike Sheppard 1986 Mike Sheppard 1987 Mike Sheppard 1988 Mike Sheppard 1989 Mike Sheppard 1990 Mike Sheppard 1991 Mike Sheppard 1992 Mike Sheppard 1993 Mike Sheppard 1994 Mike Sheppard 1995 Mike Sheppard 1996 Mike Sheppard 1997 Mike Sheppard 1998 Mike Sheppard 1999 Mike Sheppard 2000 Mike Sheppard 2001 Mike Sheppard 2002 Mike Sheppard 2003 Mike Sheppard 2004 Rob Sheppard 2005 Rob Sheppard 2006 Rob Sheppard 2007 Rob Sheppard 2008 Rob Sheppard 2009 Rob Sheppard 2010 Rob Sheppard TOTAL

W 13 18 15 15 10 11 9 5 13 15 11 13 7 8 16 16 25 17 20 12 11 17 19 17 8 22 33 32 33 37 24 32 25 33 41 34 41 44 32 45 39 33 35 26 28 30 32 38 18 32 25 32 40 34 25 23 17 17 17 25 31 25 19 1879

L 1 3 5 4 5 3 8 10 7 8 9 4 11 8 6 9 5 11 6 9 9 10 7 14 13 8 10 10 17 14 13 11 12 11 13 15 13 19 26 10 16 19 18 19 27 18 21 16 27 22 23 19 18 23 28 24 33 35 34 25 25 24 30 1155

T 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 24

PCT. .900 .857 .750 .775 .667 .786 .529 .333 .650 .652 .550 .765 .395 .500 .727 .640 .833 .607 .759 .571 .550 .630 .731 .548 .386 .733 .761 .762 .657 .725 .649 .739 .671 .750 .759 .694 .759 .695 .552 .818 .709 .632 .660 .576 .509 .625 .602 .704 .402 .593 .521 .625 .690 .595 .472 .489 .337 .327 .333 .500 .554 .510 .390 .621

PIRATE COACHES COACH Professor Gannon Ed Gilroy J. Varlin Jack Clarf Bernie Stafford Dave Driscoll Marty Kavanagh Anthony (Doc) Nork Jack Fish Milt Feller Richard (Red) Smith John Colrick Al Mamaux Bob Davies Owen T. Carroll Mike Sheppard Rob Sheppard

YEARS SEASONS 1903 1 1907-08 2 1910 1 1912 1 1913 1 1914-16 3 1919-23 5 1924-25 2 1926-27 2 1928-30 3 1931-32 2 1935-36 2 1937-42 6 1946-47 2 1948-72 25 1973-2003 31 2004-Pres. 7

RECORD 6-7 21-11-4 6-14 11-8 12-5 35-18 22-16 6-18 4-13 14-13 23-8 11-6 69-19-1 26-6 341-185-6 998-540-11 151-206-2

122 Seasons - 91 Winning Seasons (6 at .500) 23 Straight Winning Seasons (1973-1995)

PIRATE CAPTAINS YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007

CAPTAINS Paul Caffrey, Kevin Tennant Rico Bellini, Marty Caffrey Rico Bellini, Rick Sposta Ed Blankmeyer, Greg Jemison Todd Heimer, Charlie Puleo, Mike Rota Lou Racioppe, Bill Rittweger, John Semerad Bill Rittweger, John Semerad Dom Allegrino, Tom Schneider, Chris Walrath Mark Matzen, Pete Salzano Greg Butler, Tim Byron, Pete Salzano Lou DiChiaro, Tom Long, Dan Sansone Tom Bundschuh, Joe Catalano Steve Caravello, Tony Gomez, Tom Loverdi, Pete Mancini Joe Armeni, Ray Kreiger Craig Biggio, Vic DiPasquale Pete Petrone, Jeff Riggs, John Sheppard Dana Brown, Jamie Shriner, Maurice Vaughn Mike Lamitola, Mike Randazzo Bill Reddick, Mike Groppuso Rob Sheppard, Dan Welk Steve Hayward, Dan Welk Brian Schunke, Christian Toomey Alex Andreopoulos, Tim Casey Jim Duffy, Shane Wirta Mike Condon, Alex Melconian Dan Hummel, Marc Racioppo, Jason Robinson, Craig Zimmerli John Bravette, Matt Duignan, Brian McGee, John Probst, Josh Vath Justin Acquaviva, Alfie Critelli, Damon Ponce de Leon B.J. Benik, Joe Cuervo, Shawn Tarkington, Mike Wren Mike Bascom, Buddy Hausmann, Isaac Pavlik Elvys Quezada, Joey Scott, Anthony Seratelli, Ken Steinitz Matt Cuttruff, Bryan Haggerty, Chris Noonan, Anthony Seratelli Brandon Cohen, Anthony Seratelli Brandon Cohen, Dan McDonald, Mike Morano Dan McDonald, Mike Morano

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YEAR-BY-YEAR RECORDS

YEAR 1863 1865 1873 1874 1877 1878 1880 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887 1888 1889 1890 1891 1892 1895 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947

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Rutgers Wagner St. Francis (NY) Fairleigh Dickinson Long Island C.W. Post CCNY Manhattan Rutgers St. John’s Rhode Island Iona Wagner Fairleigh Dickinson Rider St. Francis (NY) St. Peter’s New York Univ. C.W. Post Army Fordham Villanova Princeton Iona CCNY Long Island Manhattan Fairleigh Dickinson Penn State [NC] Temple [NC] L

1973 (22-8)

1974 (33-10-1)

Miami # Michigan State # Miami # Ohio State # Michigan State # Buffalo # Ohio State # Lafayette Rutgers St. Peter’s Buffalo Buffalo Long Island Monmouth Iona Rider C.W. Post Wagner Rutgers St. Francis (N.Y.) Fairleigh Dickinson Manhattan St. John’s Wagner Fairleigh Dickinson Montclair State New York Univ. Long Island Army CCNY Villanova Iona CCNY C.W. Post St. Francis (N.Y.) Fordham Manhattan Upsala Princeton Penn State [NC] St. Joseph’s (Pa.) [NC] St. John’s [NC] Southern Illinois [WS] Texas [WS] # Miami Tournament

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L L W W L W W W L W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W L 2-4 L W L L L W W W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W L W W W W W W L W W W L W W W W T W W W L L

6-7 2-3 7-5 1-0 2-3 3-1 25-2 11-4 3-4 2-1 5-0 4-1 11-4 0-1 4-3 7-6 6-5 5-3 9-0 3-2 4-0 4-3 4-2 3-2 17-2 3-12 4-1 6-1 3-5

3-4 10-6 2-6 4-8 6-20 9-4 7-6 10-2 12-6 11-0 0-5 2-1 5-2 6-1 11-10 5-4 3-2 13-3 1-0 11-1 3-2 11-1 0-4 17-0 9-7 8-3 7-0 7-4 12-2 8-9 11-4 14-9 26-4 5-7 4-3 7-2 6-0 8-2 0-0 4-1 4-3 11-7 1-5 2-12

1975 (32-10)

Stetson # Miami (Ohio) # South Carolina # Stetson # Miami (Ohio) # South Carolina # Iona Rutgers St. Francis (N.Y.) Princeton Army Long Island Wagner Manhattan Fairleigh Dickinson Temple Temple Wagner C.W. Post Iona St. Peter’s St. Francis (N.Y.) Fordham C.W. Post Fordham Manhattan St. John’s Fairleigh Dickinson Monmouth St. John’s Rutgers Upsala Long Island Lafayette C.W. Post Fordham Pennsylvania [NC] St. John’s [NC] Maine [NC] South Carolina [WS] Florida State [WS] Texas [WS] # Stetson Tournament

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

1976 (33-17-1)

Michigan State # Miami # Massachusetts # Michigan State # Miami # Massachusetts # St. John’s Wagner Rutgers Princeton Manhattan Long Island Fordham Buffalo Buffalo Rhode Island Temple Wagner C.W. Post Iona St. Peter’s Long Island St. Francis (N.Y.) Lafayette Niagara Niagara C.W. Post Montclair State St. Francis (N.Y.) Fairleigh Dickinson Fordham Manhattan Rider Villanova Iona Rutgers Fairleigh Dickinson Monmouth Delaware

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

2-9 7-8 5-6 11-4 13-8 4-3 8-1 20-1 9-4 5-4 10-6 6-10 14-5 3-5 7-2 5-7 10-0 14-3 15-4 7-5 24-1 14-5 1-5 10-2 7-8 10-7 6-4 5-3 8-3 1-0 10-5 10-3 13-6 5-4 9-3 6-2 7-5 5-1 11-7 1-3 11-0 10-12

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

William Paterson Fairfield Howard West Virginia [EC] Delaware [EC] Delaware [EC] Delaware [EC] St. John’s [NC] Penn State [NC] Maine [NC] Temple [NC] Maine [NC] # Miami Tournament

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

1977 (37-14)

Massachusetts W Miami L Miami (Ohio) W Southern Illinois L Air Force # W Florida International # W Glassboro State # W Trenton State # W Biscayne # W Bowling Green # L Fairleigh Dickinson L Adelphi L Rutgers W Princeton W Wagner W Army W Iona L Temple L Long Island W Wagner W St. Francis (N.Y.) L St. John’s L Buffalo W C.W. Post W Lafayette W Fairleigh Dickinson W Montclair State W Manhattan W Rider W Fordham W Columbia W Canisius W Canisius W Fordham W Villanova W St. Francis (N.Y.) W Iona W Manhattan W Monmouth W Rutgers L Delaware L Long Island W C.W. Post W St. John’s L William Paterson W NJIT W George Washington W Buffalo [EC] W Buffalo [EC] W Catholic [NC] L St. John’s [NC] L # Florida International Tournament Glassboro State Rutgers Princeton St. John’s Army Army Temple Long Island Iona St. Francis (N.Y.) St. Peter’s Fordham Buffalo Buffalo St. John’s New York Tech

1978 (24-13) L W W L W W L W L L W L W W W W

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

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

4-7 3-1 6-0 1-7 4-3 5-3 3-13 5-4 3-8 6-7 14-3 1-6 5-4 4-1 7-0 17-4

C.W. Post Wagner Fordham Howard Howard Fairleigh Dickinson Montclair State Wagner William Paterson Columbia Iona Villanova Long Island St. Francis (N.Y.) Rutgers Fairleigh Dickinson Pace NJIT Delaware [EC] Fordham [EC] Delaware [EC]

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

1979 (32-11-1)

Eckerd L Canisius W Canisius W Ohio State # W Rollins # L Maryland # L Ohio State # W Stetson L Rollins # T Maryland # W Fairfield L Rutgers W Wagner W Army W LaSalle W St. Peter’s W Iona W Lafayette W Wagner W Manhattan W Long Island L Fordham W St. Joseph’s (Pa.) W C.W. Post W Columbia W Fairleigh Dickinson W Villanova W St. Francis (N.Y.) W Fairleigh Dickinson W C.W. Post W Fordham W Monmouth L Iona W Rutgers W St. Francis (N.Y.) W Delaware W Pace W Long Island W Buffalo [EC] L Long Island [EC] W Buffalo [EC] W St. John’s [EC] L Delaware [NC] L George Washington [NC] L # Rollins College Tournament

1980 (25-12-1)

Cal-Riverside Brigham Young # Nebraska # Cal-Riverside # Washington # Santa Clara # Eastern Michigan # Temple St. Joseph’s (Pa.) St. Peter’s at Rutgers Wagner Buffalo Buffalo

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

2-0 7-0 7-3 1-5 4-3 5-8 12-6 7-4 15-1 6-7 11-4 5-3 4-2 2-8 1-2 7-3 14-3 10-3 20-4 0-1 2-3 0-3 12-0 9-0 15-10 0-7 0-4 10-1 2-8 6-6 6-3 6-10 4-0 11-4 4-3 11-0 9-1 7-5 7-1 10-5 23-3 5-7 19-3 16-3 11-3 9-2 8-6 7-1 9-5 6-0 11-3 10-2 1-3 11-3 6-1 6-5 7-3 7-3 6-5 0-7 15-7 4-2 0-3 1-10 2-5

4-7 5-12 2-6 6-25 2-21 10-5 4-3 10-2 13-1 3-2 12-2 1-3 2-0 3-0

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William Paterson Iona Fordham at Long Island at Army at Columbia St. Francis (N.Y.) Fairleigh Dickinson Lafayette C.W. Post at New York Tech St. Francis (N.Y.) Monmouth Monmouth Rutgers at Montclair State Delaware at Wagner at Wagner Upsala Upsala vs. Buffalo [EC] vs. Long Island [EC] at St. John’s [EC] # Cal-Riverside Tournament

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

at Miami at Biscayne at Miami at Biscayne at Biscayne at Miami at Stetson at Central Florida at Central Florida at Central Florida vs. Vanderbilt vs. Ithaca

1982 (41-13) L L W W W L W L W L L L

6-1 4-3 8-4 8-12 3-4 1-5 9-0 7-5 8-6 5-2 4-0 9-6 9-1 20-3 10-3 3-7 15-1 6-0 4-7 2-7 7-3 8-1 8-7 13-2 4-5 13-0 11-3 2-5 11-3 7-9 4-3 12-6 17-4 14-2 17-11 12-6 11-0 6-4 16-1 10-8 9-3 7-4 5-8 2-5

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

at St. Leo vs. Canisius at Eckerd at Eckerd at St. Leo at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at Long Island Adelphi Siena Lafayette William Paterson Fordham at New York Tech at New York Tech Ramapo St. Peter’s Iona Fairleigh Dickinson at Staten Island St. John’s Monmouth Monmouth at Rutgers at St. John’s vs. St. Francis (N.Y.) at Rider at Pace at Princeton at Wagner at Wagner at Iona at Iona Upsala NJIT vs. Long Island [EC] at St. John’s [EC] at St. John’s [EC] at Maine [NC] vs. Navy [NC]

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

1983 (34-15)

Miami Biscayne Miami Biscayne Florida International Florida International Florida International Southeastern Mass. # Southeastern Mass. # Kentucky # Eastern Connecticut St. # Dayton # Dayton # Maryland # Connecticut Connecticut Ramapo Long Island Holy Cross Villanova Villanova Princeton Adelphi Brooklyn Siena Siena St. John’s William Paterson Army Rutgers Fordham St. Peter’s Iona Lafayette New York Tech St. John’s Wagner Wagner Monmouth Monmouth NJIT

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

9-3 27-4 7-13 11-5 6-5 16-11 12-1 12-8 5-12 7-2 10-7 9-7 12-4 10-4 15-9 3-2 4-2 4-6 12-2 3-1 6-1 15-3 8-1 13-5 12-0 7-6 8-3 9-5 6-7 19-12 8-1 4-3 14-1 12-7 11-10 7-3 17-5 11-5 6-4 15-0 4-6 5-15 4-11 2-4 4-8 4-5 4-9 0-4 3-2 21-5 14-6 6-15 19-15 3-1 9-4 8-5 1-3 5-3 15-3 3-4 10-2 10-4 7-5 5-1 11-1 11-0 6-4 0-4 6-5 1-13 13-6 15-8 6-15 11-3 13-8 11-5 4-9 8-2 6-5 8-5 6-0 9-2 9-0

St. Francis (N.Y.) Rider Pace St. Francis (N.Y.) Upsala St. John’s [EC] New York Tech [EC] St. John’s [EC] # Kentucky Tournament

W W W W W W L L

1984 (41-13)

at Miami vs. St. Thomas vs. Florida International vs. St. Thomas vs. Florida International at Miami vs. Florida International at Villanova at Villanova at Long Island at Cal-Riverside vs. Brigham Young # at Cal-Riverside # vs. Oregon State # vs. Cal St.-Fullerton # vs. San Diego State # vs. Washington State # vs. Oral Roberts # Iona Siena Siena William Paterson Fordham St. John’s at Temple at Rutgers at Holy Cross Fordham St. Peter’s at Providence at Providence St. Francis (N.Y.) at Princeton at St. John’s at New York Tech at New York Tech Monmouth at Rider at Iona at St. Francis (N.Y.) at Pace at Brooklyn at Brooklyn at Wagner at Wagner Upsala vs. Fairleigh Dickinson [EC] at St. John’s [EC] vs. Long Island [EC] vs. Harvard [NC] vs. Rider [NC] vs. Harvard [NC] at Maine [NC] at Maine [NC] # Cal-Riverside Tournament

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

6-2 7-3 9-6 9-6 12-4 7-4 2-5 2-7

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

1985 (44-19-1, 15-3)

at St. Thomas W at St. Thomas at Florida International at Florida International at Miami at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia vs. LaSalle # vs. East Tennessee St. # vs. East Tennessee St. # at Georgia Southern # vs. LaSalle # vs. Robert Morris # vs. LaSalle # vs. East Tennessee St. # Providence at Montclair State New York Tech Iona

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at Adelphi L 8-12 at William Paterson L 7-20 at Villanova * W 2-0 at Villanova * W 6-2 at Villanova * W 8-6 at St. John’s W 4-2 Pittsburgh * W 8-2 Pittsburgh * W 7-6 Pittsburgh * W 11-2 at Fordham L 1-3 at Fairleigh Dickinson W 8-6 Temple W 14-5 at Georgetown * W 6-2 at Georgetown * L 5-7 at Georgetown * L 3-7 at Siena L 7-9 at Siena W 9-5 Montclair State W 6-5 at St. Peter’s W 10-1 at Pittsburgh * W 11-2 at Pittsburgh * W 8-4 at Pittsburgh * W 10-4 Brooklyn W 10-9 St. John’s W 7-6 at St. Francis (N.Y.) W 18-2 Princeton L 7-17 at Monmouth W 15-12 Villanova * W 4-2 Villanova * W 5-0 Villanova * L 4-7 at Iona L 4-10 Rider L 1-6 St. Francis (N.Y.) W 13-7 Georgetown * W 6-1 Georgetown * W 2-1 Georgetown * W 3-2 at Upsala W 8-5 at Lafayette W 8-5 Brooklyn W 13-1 vs. St. John’s [BE] L 3-5 vs. Georgetown [BE] W 6-1 vs. Connecticut [BE] W 8-2 vs. St. John’s [BE] W 5-4 vs. St. John’s [BE] L 6-7 # Hall of Fame Tournament (Statesboro, Ga.)

1986 (32-26, 13-5)

at St. Thomas at Florida International at St. Thomas at Florida International at Miami at Florida International at Miami at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia Monmouth Connecticut Connecticut Providence Providence at Princeton Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * at Arizona at Arizona at Arizona Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown * Fordham Fairleigh Dickinson Brooklyn at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at New York Tech Brooklyn at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * at New Orleans at New Orleans

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1981 (33-11)

Texas Tech W Pan American W Texas Tech W Missouri L Michigan State # L Pan American # L Oklahoma City # W Michigan State # W Morningside # W Oklahoma City # W Pan American # W Michigan State # W Long Island W Iona W Army W Army L Wagner W Princeton W Temple L St. John’s L Siena W Siena W at William Paterson W New York Tech W New York Tech L Fairleigh Dickinson W Columbia W at St. John’s L at Fairleigh Dickinson W at Ramapo L St. Francis (N.Y.) W Montclair State W at Fairfield W at Iona W Rutgers W at Delaware W Pace W at St. Francis (N.Y.) W at Fordham W at Fordham W Villanova W vs. Long Island [EC] W at St. John’s [EC] L vs. Wagner [EC] L # Pan-American Univ. Tournament

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

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at Tulane at New Orleans at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * LaSalle at Rider Penn State Penn State Pace Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Iona Lafayette Upsala William Paterson vs. St. John’s [BE] vs. Georgetown [BE] vs. St. John’s [BE]

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1987 (45-10, 16-2)

at St. Thomas L at St. Thomas W at St. Thomas W at Miami W at St. Thomas L vs. Princeton # W vs. Central Florida # W vs. Pittsburgh # W vs. Princeton # W vs. Central Florida # W vs. Pittsburgh # W vs. Princeton # W vs. Central Florida # W at Monmouth W at New York Tech W Brooklyn W at Pittsburgh * L at Pittsburgh * W at Pittsburgh * W at Fairleigh Dickinson L at Siena W at Rutgers W at Fordham W at St. John’s L at Georgetown * W at Georgetown * W at Georgetown * W at Virginia W at LaSalle L Georgetown * W Georgetown * W Georgetown * W St. John’s W Villanova * W Villanova * L Villanova * W Hofstra W St. Peter’s W New York Tech W at Pace W Pittsburgh * W Pittsburgh * W Pittsburgh * W Brooklyn W Lafayette W at Villanova * W at Villanova * W at Villanova * W at Upsala L vs. Connecticut [BE] W vs. Villanova [BE] W vs. Villanova [BE] W vs. Auburn [NC] W vs. Clemson [NC] L vs. Auburn [NC] L # Games played in Orlando, Fla.

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1988 (39-16, 12-6)

at St. Thomas at St. Thomas at St. Thomas at Miami at St. Thomas at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina Providence Providence at Fordham at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * Monmouth Fairleigh Dickinson Brooklyn Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * St. John’s Rider at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * New York Tech LaSalle Rutgers Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown * at Rider Siena Siena at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Hofstra St. Peter’s at New York Tech Pace Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * Temple at Lafayette Fordham at St. John’s Upsala at Wichita State at Wichita State at Wichita State vs. Providence [BE] vs. Villanova [BE] vs. St. John’s [BE]

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1989 (33-19-1, 16-2)

at St. Thomas at St. Thomas at Florida International at Miami at Florida International at Miami at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Fairleigh Dickinson Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * Maine Maine at Richmond at Clemson at Clemson at Clemson at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * Rider Brooklyn Georgetown *

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Georgetown * Georgetown * New York Tech Rutgers at Rutgers Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * at Rider at Siena at Siena Hofstra at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * at St. Peter’s at New York Tech Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * at Lafayette Upsala New York Tech vs. Connecticut [BE] vs. Villanova [BE] vs. Providence [BE]

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1990 (35-18, 16-4)

at Miami at Miami at Miami at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at Rider at Old Dominion at Old Dominion at Old Dominion Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pace at Rutgers Connecticut * Connecticut * Rider Brooklyn at St. John’s * at St. John’s * at St. John’s * at New York Tech at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * Siena Siena at Fairleigh Dickinson Boston College * Boston College * Boston College * St. Peter’s New York Tech at Brooklyn at Temple at Georgetown * at Georgetown * Temple at Lafayette Upsala at Hartford at Providence * at Providence * at Providence * St. Francis (N.Y.) Fairleigh Dickinson Connecticut * vs. Connecticut [BE] vs. St. John’s [BE] vs. Villanova [BE] vs. Connecticut [BE]

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1991 (26-19-1, 10-9)

at Florida International at Florida International at Florida International at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia Pace Rider Providence * Providence * Brooklyn Fairleigh Dickinson St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s * Army at Hartford at Connecticut * at Connecticut * at Connecticut * New York Tech Fordham at Rutgers at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Brooklyn at Siena at Siena at Boston College * at Boston College * at Fairleigh Dickinson Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * at Temple Lafayette at St. Peter’s Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown * Manhattan at Rider at St. Francis (N.Y.) at Boston College *

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1992 (28-27, 14-7)

at Miami at Miami at Miami at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia Holy Cross at William & Mary at Old Dominion at Richmond at Navy at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Providence * at Providence * at Providence * Hofstra at Lafayette Rider Brooklyn Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * at Army Rutgers at Fordham Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Manhattan at Pace at St. John’s *

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1993 (30-18, 12-8)

1994 (32-21-1, 12-8)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Richmond at Richmond at Richmond at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at Va. Commonwealth at Va. Commonwealth at Va. Commonwealth at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Rider

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

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

at St. John’s * at St. John’s * at St. John’s * Marist at Army Long Island Boston College * Boston College * Boston College * New York Tech at New York Tech Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * St. Peter’s Siena Fairleigh Dickinson Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Rider New York Tech at Rutgers Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * Princeton at Fairleigh Dickinson at Providence * at Providence * at Providence * St. Francis (N.Y.) Monmouth New Haven Providence [BE] Connecticut [BE] Providence [BE] Connecticut [BE] Connecticut [BE]

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1995 (38-16, 14-7)

vs. West Virginia$ at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia vs. Indiana vs. Mansfield # vs. St. Peter’s # vs. Bradley # vs. Manhattan # vs. Western Illinois # vs. Ohio State # at Rutgers at Fairleigh Dickinson at LaSalle Rider St. John’s * at Monmouth Villanova * Villanova * Villanova * Army at Long Island at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * Yale Providence * Providence * Providence * at St. Peter’s St. John’s * Fairleigh Dickinson at Connecticut * at Connecticut * at Connecticut * Lafayette at Rider Fordham at Siena at Boston College * at Boston College *

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

at Boston College * W St. John’s * L at Princeton W Georgetown * W Georgetown * W Georgetown * W St. Francis (N.Y.) W vs. Villanova [BE] W vs. Pittsburgh [BE] L vs. Providence [BE] L $ Game played at North Carolina # Games played in Fort Myers, Fla.

1996 (18-27-1, 5-17-1)

at North Carolina L at North Carolina W at North Carolina L at Virginia L at Virginia L at Virginia L vs. Hofstra # W vs. Illinois State # W vs. Canisius # W vs. Rutgers-Newark # W vs. Northeastern Ill. # L vs. Central Conn. St. # W vs. Bryant # W at St. John’s * L at St. John’s * L at Connecticut * L at Connecticut * L at Rider L Monmouth W Georgetown * L Georgetown * W Georgetown * W at Army L at West Virginia * L at West Virginia * L at Pittsburgh * L at Yale L at Pace W Villanova * W Villanova * L Villanova * L at Rutgers * T at Fairleigh Dickinson L at Lafayette W Rutgers * L Rutgers * L Siena W Providence * W Providence * L Boston College * W Boston College * L at St. Francis (N.Y.) W at Notre Dame * L at Notre Dame * L at Notre Dame * L Princeton W # Games played in Fort Myers, Fla.

1997 (32-22, 13-11)

at James Madison at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at North Carolina at North Carolina vs. Connecticut $ at North Carolina at Winthrop at Winthrop at Winthrop at Coll. of Charleston at Coll. of Charleston at Monmouth at St. Peter’s St. Francis (NY) Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Rider at Boston College * at Boston College *

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

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

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

at Providence * W at Providence * L Fairleigh Dickinson W New York Tech W Pittsburgh * W Pittsburgh * W West Virginia * L West Virginia * L Yale W Rutgers * L Pace L at Villanova * L at Villanova * L at Villanova * W at Rutgers * L at Fairleigh Dickinson W at Georgetown * W at Georgetown * W at Georgetown * W Lafayette W Rutgers * L at Siena L Connecticut * W Connecticut * W St. John’s * L St. John’s * L at Rider W Princeton W Ithaca W Ithaca W vs. West Virginia [BE] L vs. Notre Dame [BE] L $ Game played at North Carolina

1998 (25-23, 12-10)

at North Carolina L at North Carolina W at North Carolina L at Virginia L at Virginia L at Virginia L vs. Duquesne # L vs. St. Ambrose # W vs. Illinois State # L vs. Hofstra # W vs. Hofstra # W vs. Duquesne # W vs. Illinois State # L vs. Massachusetts # W at Rider W at St. Francis (NY) W at Connecticut * W at Connecticut * W at Connecticut * W at New York Tech W at Providence * L at Providence * W at Providence * L at Yale W at Boston College * W at Boston College * W at Pace L at Georgetown * L at Georgetown * W at Rutgers * L at Fairleigh Dickinson W Villanova * W Villanova * W Villanova * W at Lafayette W Rutgers * L Notre Dame * W Notre Dame * L Notre Dame * L Rider L Rutgers * L Monmouth W Pittsburgh * W Pittsburgh * L Pittsburgh * L Princeton L vs. Rutgers [BE] L vs. West Virginia [BE] L # Homestead (Fla.) Challenge

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

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at North Carolina W at North Carolina L at North Carolina W at Virginia W at Virginia L at Virginia L vs. Iona # W at St. Thomas L vs. Iona # W vs. Maine # L vs. MIT # W at Florida Atlantic L Providence * W Providence * W Hofstra W St. Peter’s W Connecticut * L Connecticut * L Connecticut * W at Marist W Army W St. John’s * L St. John’s * L St. John’s * W Manhattan W Pace W New York Tech W at Pittsburgh * L at Pittsburgh * L at Pittsburgh * L Fordham L Villanova * W Villanova * L Villanova * W Lafayette W Rider W Georgetown * W Georgetown * W Georgetown * W Rutgers L at Princeton W at Boston College * W at Boston College * W at Boston College * W St. Francis (N.Y.) W vs. Connecticut [BE] W vs. St. John’s [BE] L vs. Connecticut [BE] L # Games played in Miami, Fla.

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1999 (32-19-1, 14-11)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia vs. Pennsylvania # vs. Gonzaga # at Fresno State # vs. New Mexico # vs. Navy # at St. Peter’s at Rider St. Francis (N.Y.) Pace Boston College * Boston College * Georgetown * Georgetown * at St. John’s * at West Virginia * at West Virginia * at Rutgers * at Monmouth at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * Fairleigh Dickinson Rutgers * at Fairleigh Dickinson Providence * Providence * Providence * at Rutgers * at Notre Dame * at Notre Dame * at Notre Dame * Rider at Siena Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * at Princeton New York Tech New York Tech at Montclair State William Paterson Connecticut * Connecticut * Connecticut * vs. Providence [BE] vs. Notre Dame [BE] vs. St. John’s [BE] # Fresno State Tournament

2000 (40-18, 18-7)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia Fairleigh Dickinson at Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Quinnipiac # vs. Illinois State # vs. Rhode Island # vs. Lafayette # vs. Hartford # vs. Dartmouth # vs. St. Francis (N.Y.) # Rider at St. Francis (N.Y.) at Connecticut * at Connecticut * at Connecticut * St. Peter’s at Monmouth at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * Hofstra Villanova * Villanova * Villanova *

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

at New York Tech W Fairfield W at Boston College * W at Boston College * L at Boston College * W Notre Dame * L Notre Dame * L Pittsburgh * W Pittsburgh * W Rutgers * L Rutgers * W Rutgers * W Princeton W West Virginia * W West Virginia * W West Virginia * W at Oklahoma State L at Oklahoma State W St. John’s * W St. John’s * W St. John’s * W Connecticut [BE] W Boston College [BE] W Rutgers [BE] L Boston College [BE] W Rutgers [BE] W Rutgers [BE] L Wake Forest [NC] L Liberty [NC] L # Homestead (Fla.) Challenge

2001 (34-23-1, 14-11-1)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia vs. Fla. International # vs. Bowling Green # at Florida International vs. Indiana # vs. Manhattan # vs. Marist # at Villanova * at Villanova * at Villanova * at Rider at Rutgers * at Rutgers * at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Fairleigh Dickinson at Long Island Monmouth at Notre Dame * at Notre Dame * at Notre Dame * Yale Pace at Hofstra Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown * Stony Brook Connecticut * Connecticut * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * New York Tech at St. Peter’s vs. St. John’s * $ St. John’s * St. John’s * Rider at Monmouth at Boston College * at Boston College * at Boston College * St. Francis (N.Y.) Princeton West Virginia * West Virginia * West Virginia * vs. Rutgers [BE] vs. Virginia Tech [BE]

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

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vs. Virginia Tech [BE] W vs. South Alabama [NC] W at Clemson [NC] L vs. South Alabama [NC] W at Clemson [NC] L # Homestead (Fla.) Challenge $ Riverfront Stadium (Newark)

2002 (25-28, 11-15)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Texas Tech at Texas Tech at Texas Tech at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia at South Carolina at South Carolina at South Carolina Rider Quinnipiac at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Pace Hofstra LeMoyne at Virginia Tech * at Virginia Tech * at Connecticut * at Connecticut * Monmouth at New York Tech Boston College * Boston College * Boston College * Stony Brook Rutgers * Rutgers * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Long Island Princeton Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Notre Dame * at Rider Wagner St. Peter’s at St. Francis (N.Y.) at West Virginia * at West Virginia * at West Virginia * at St. John’s * at St. John’s * at St. John’s * Marist Villanova * Villanova * Villanova *

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2003 (23-24, 11-14)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina vs. Detroit Mercy vs. Florida International vs. Florida International vs. Chicago State at Florida Atlantic vs. Kansas State vs. Kansas State Pace at Long Island at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * at Pittsburgh * Monmouth at Wagner Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * Virginia Tech * New York Tech

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5-2 7-2 4-24 8-7 2-8

5-7 4-2 4-3 4-7 9-10 0-14 0-2 3-18 1-5 1-5 2-6 5-10 6-5 6-4 4-8 14-13 11-4 5-0 14-2 5-4 4-2 7-9 3-2 2-5 11-6 3-2 5-7 10-5 5-4 4-5 1-0 2-3 2-0 5-7 12-6 14-9 4-9 2-4 1-6 2-4 5-3 10-5 7-6 2-4 5-3 3-8 3-4 7-5 2-8 4-5 3-2 0-1 6-7 2-18 1-6 6-7 8-5 6-4 0-7 24-7 0-11 11-8 7-8 7-3 4-10 2-1 7-8 6-5 3-2 9-2 2-0 1-5 0-3 8-11

West Virginia * Connecticut * Connecticut * at Rutgers * at Rutgers * at Rutgers * at Princeton at Villanova * at Villanova * at Notre Dame * at Notre Dame * at Rider at Monmouth at Boston College * at Boston College * at Boston College * at St. Peter’s Rider Stony Brook Georgetown * Georgetown * Georgetown * at Marist St. John’s * St. John’s * St. John’s *

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

2004 (17-33-1, 9-17)

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Virginia at Virginia at Virginia vs. Ball State at Coastal Carolina vs. William & Mary at Winthrop at Winthrop vs. George Mason at Coastal Carolina at Georgetown * at Georgetown * at Georgetown * Monmouth at Pace Rutgers * Rutgers * Rutgers * at New York Tech at William & Mary at William & Mary at William & Mary at West Virginia * at West Virginia * at Connecticut * at Connecticut * at Rider at Virginia Tech * at Virginia Tech * at Virginia Tech * Rider Princeton Notre Dame * Notre Dame * Villanova * Villanova * St. Peter’s Stony Brook Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * Pittsburgh * at Hofstra at St. John’s * at St. John’s * at St. John’s * Boston College * Boston College * Boston College *

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

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

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2005 (17-35, 8-17) L L L W L L L W W L L L L W L W L L W L L L W L L W L L L W L W L W L L W L W L L L W L L L W L L L W W

2006 (17-34, 7-20)

at Duke at Duke at Duke at #4 UNC at #4 UNC at #4 UNC at Bethune-Cookman vs. St. Bonaventure vs. Maine at FIU vs. Michigan State vs. Rhode Island vs. Long Island Stony Brook Pittsburgh* Pittsburgh* Pittsburgh* Wagner at South Florida* at South Florida* at South Florida* Iona West Virginia* West Virginia* West Virginia* at Rider Cincinnati* Cincinnati* Cincinnati* at Fordham

L L W L L L L W W L L L W, W, L W L L L L L W L L W L L W W W

0-17 0-5 2-5 6-1 0-5 0-11 9-13 4-2 9-5 2-3 2-6 2-11 3-10 9-5 0-19 10-6 2-8 1-4 7-5 2-8 8-11 (8) 0-2 8-6 2-5 2-8 11-3 2-7 0-10 0-6 4-3 3-6 13-3 10-12 10-6 1-6 3-5 8-3 4-9 11-1 1-21 3-17 3-16 8-3 2-11 2-8 8-20 7-2 10-12 12-14 (11) 4-8 10-4 8-1 7-13 2-3 (7) 7-5 3-8 7-9 2-21 2-5 6-4 14-8 2-7 3-4 (10) 2-5 9-0 4-0 3-8 2-1 1-8 6-7 1-2 1-3 9-11 15-12 5-7 8-28 6-0 4-7 1-5 5-2 (7) 4-0 9-5

at Georgetown* at Georgetown* at Georgetown* Princeton at St. Francis Villanova* Villanova* Villanova* Rutgers FDU at St. John’s* at St. John’s* at St. John’s* New York Tech Monmouth #11 Notre Dame* #11 Notre Dame* #11 Notre Dame* at Louisville* at Louisville* at Louisville*

L L L L W L L W L W L L L L W W, L W L L L

2007 (25-25, 9-15)

at #2 North Carolina* at #2 North Carolina* at #2 North Carolina* vs. Kansas State vs. James Madison vs. James Madison vs. Ohio State at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell at Norfolk State at Norfolk State Stony Brook at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at Hofstra vs. Farleigh Dickinson at Villanova* at Villanova* at Villanova* vs. Rider vs. Georgetown* vs. Georgetown* vs. Georgetown* at Hofstra at Hofstra Fordham at Rutgers* at Rutgers* at Rutgers* vs. Princeton at Wagner College vs. Louisville* vs. Louisville* vs. Louisville* vs. NYIT at Monmouth at Notre Dame* at Notre Dame* at Notre Dame* vs. NYIT vs. South Florida* vs. South Florida* vs. South Florida* vs. Monmouth at Pittsburgh* at Pittsburgh* at Pittsburgh*

L L L L W L W W W L W L L L L L W, W L L W W W W W W W W L L W W W L L L W L L L W W L L W W L W W

2008 (31-25, 15-12)

vs. Memphis vs. Arkansas State vs. Ohio State at Virginia Commonwealth at Richmond at Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth vs. Hofstra at Radford at Radford at Radford

W L L L L W W L W L W

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

vs.St. Joseph’s University vs. Army at USF* at USF* at USF* vs. St. Peter’s vs. Villanova University* vs. Villanova University* vs. Villanova University* vs. NJIT at NJIT at St. John’s* at St. John’s* at St. John’s* at Rider vs. Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Pittsburgh* vs. Pittsburgh* vs. Pittsburgh* at Fordham vs. West Virginia* vs. West Virginia* vs. West Virginia* at Princeton vs. Wagner College at Connecticut* at Connecticut* at Connecticut* at NYIT vs. Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Rutgers University* vs. Rutgers University* vs. Rutgers University* vs. NYIT vs. Stony Brook vs. Cincinnati* vs. Cincinnati* vs. Cincinnati* at Stony Brook at Georgetown* at Georgetown* at Georgetown* vs. Louisville[BE] vs. St. John’s[BE] vs. Villanova[BE]

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

2009 (25-24, 13-14)

vs. Minnesota# vs. Michigan St.# vs. Penn St.# at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina at Richmond at Richmond at Virginia Commonwealth vs. NJIT$ vs. Northeastern$ vs. Iona$ vs. Stony Brook vs. Manhattan at Notre Dame* at Notre Dame* at Notre Dame* vs. Monmouth vs. Louisville* vs. Louisville* vs. Louisville* vs. Rider vs. Fairleigh Dickinson vs. Connecticut* vs. Connecticut* vs. Connecticut* at Villanova* at Villanova* at Villanova* vs. Princeton at Wagner at Pittsburgh* at Pittsburgh* at Pittsburgh* vs. NYIT vs. Georgetown* vs. Georgetown* vs. Georgetown* vs. St. Peter’s

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

2-5 13-2 4-6 6-7 3-2 6-9 4-0 3-2 13-0 6-1 13-3 4-6 4-10 6-2 13-3 9-4 1-0 3-0 15-5 2-1 7-4 4-3 4-7 8-4 3-2 (10) 9-5. 9-3 5-11 6-8 7-0 3-7 4-0 3-6 5-1 3-6 1-4 5-2 1-7 7-8 18-2 2-8 5-9 3-12 12-6 0-10 11-2 8-4 1-6 1-5 3-4 3-10 14-12 13-14 7-0 7-0 6-0 3-2 10-4 4-11 4-10 9-4 11-4 7-1 5-3 6-8 (17) 6-0 2-8 5-7 2-7 6-3 3-10 4-2 (11) 4-10 4-8 12-15 4-15 1-3 2-5 4-5 10-2 2-0 6-0 6-5 6-5 (11)

vs. St. John’s* L vs. St. John’s* L vs. St. John’s* W at Rutgers* L at Rutgers* W at Rutgers* W at St. Peter’s W at Cincinnati* L at Cincinnati* W at Cincinnati* L # BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge $ Strike Out Cancer Tournament

2010 (19-30-1, 8-19)

at Texas A&M L at Texas A&M L at Texas A&M L vs. Michigan State# L vs. Penn State# L vs. Northwestern# W at William & Mary W at William & Mary L at William & Mary L NJIT$ W NJIT$ W Stony Brook W Manhattan L Iona$ W Central Connecticut State$ W Stony Brook$ L Monmouth W West Virginia* W West Virginia* L West Virginia* L at St. John’s* L at St. John’s* L at St. John’s* L Army W FDU W Cincinnati* L Cincinnati* W Cincinnati* W at Rider L Wagner L Notre Dame* L Notre Dame* L Notre Dame* L at NYIT T at #13/13 Louisville* L at #13/13 Louisville* L at #13/13 Louisville* W at USF* W at USF* L at USF* L St. Peter’s W Pittsburgh* L Pittsburgh* L Pittsburgh* W Rutgers* L Rutgers* L Rutgers* W at #20/19 Connecticut* L at #20/19 Connecticut* L at #20/19 Connecticut* W # Big Ten/BIG EAST Challenge $ Strike Out Cancer Tournament Legend * [BE] [EC] [NC] [WS]

2-12 1-4 8-7 (13) 1-3 3-2 14-10 7-1 4-5 8-6 5-6 (10)

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

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

at North Carolina at North Carolina at North Carolina vs. Northwestern vs. Northeastern vs. Maine vs. Maine vs. Mount St. Mary’s vs. IPFW Stony Brook at Nebraska at Nebraska at Nebraska St. Francis (N.Y.) at Pittsburgh* at Pittsburgh* at Notre Dame* at Notre Dame* Iona Boston College* Boston College* Boston College* Monmouth at Rider at Villanova* at Villanova* at Villanova* at Princeton Fordham Georgetown* Georgetown* Georgetown* at Wagner Rider St. John’s* St. John’s* St. John’s* Hofstra at Hofstra at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at West Virginia* at New York Tech at Monmouth Connecticut* Connecticut* Connecticut* Temple St. Peter’s at Rutgers* at Rutgers* at Rutgers*

BIG EAST Game BIG EAST Tournament ECAC Tournament NCAA Tournament College World Series

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1949 NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS Rutgers L 5-7 Penn State L 5-20

PIRATES IN POSTSEASON PLAY

1964

NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS W 8-3 W 8-3 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Maine L 1-5 Texas A&M W 14-5 Missouri L 1-3 LaSalle Ithaca

1970

NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS Rutgers W 3-0 Delaware L 1-5 Penn State W 1-0 Delaware L 0-4

1971

NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS Buffalo W 3-1 St. Joseph’s (PA) W 8-1 St. Joseph’s (PA) W 4-1 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES USC L 1-5 Pan American L 2-8

1973 NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS Penn State L 3-5 Temple L 2-4 1974

NCAA DISTRICT II PLAYOFFS Penn State W 4-1 St. Joseph’s (PA) W 4-3 St. John’s W 11-7 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES Southern Illinois L 1-5 Texas L 2-12

1975

NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL Pennsylvania W 7-5 St. John’s W 5-1 Maine W 11-7 COLLEGE WORLD SERIES South Carolina L 1-3 Florida State W 11-0 Texas L 10-12

1976

ECAC SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS West Virginia W 6-4 Delaware W 4-3 Delaware L 1-3 Delaware W 5-1 NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL St. John’s W 8-0 Penn State W 3-2 Maine L 1-3 Temple W 1-0 Maine L 2-4

1977

ECAC SOUTHERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS Buffalo W 23-3 Buffalo W 7-2 NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL Catholic L 3-4 St. John’s L 2-3

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1978 ECAC METROPOLITAN PLAYOFFS Delaware W 20-4 Fordham L 0-1 Delaware L 2-3 1979

ECAC NY-NJ PLAYOFFS (2ND PLACE) Buffalo L 0-7 Long Island W 15-7 Buffalo W 4-2 St. John’s L 0-3 NCAA EASTERN REGIONAl Delaware L 1-10 George Washington L 2-5

1980 ECAC NY-NJ PLAYOFFS Buffalo L 0-8 Long Island W 7-4 St. John’s L 8-11 1981 ECAC NY-NJ PLAYOFFS Long Island W 7-4 St. John’s L 5-8 Wagner L 2-5 1982

ECAC NY-NJ CHAMPIONS Long Island W 11-5 St. John’s W 6-4 St. John’s W 15-0 NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL Maine L 4-6 Navy L 5-15

1983 ECAC NY-NJ PLAYOFFS St. John’s W 7-4 New York Tech L 2-5 St. John’s L 2-7 1984

ECAC NY-NJ CHAMPIONS Fairleigh Dickinson W 10-4 St. John’s W 4-1 Long Island W 2-0 NCAA NORTHEAST REGIONAL Harvard L 8-10 Rider W 7-5 Harvard W 9-1 Maine W 3-2 Maine L 2-5

1985

BIG EAST SOUTHERN DIV. CHAMPIONS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (2ND PLACE) St. John’s L 3-5 Georgetown W 6-1 Connecticut W 8-2 St. John’s W 5-4 St. John’s L 6-7

1986 BIG EAST SOUTHERN DIV. CHAMPIONS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) St. John’s L 6-11 Georgetown W 8-4 St. John’s L 10-11

The Pirates line-up along the first base line prior to their game against Rutgers in the 2001 BIG EAST Tournament. 1987

BIG EAST SOUTHERN DIV. CHAMPIONS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Connecticut W 6-2 Villanova W 18-1 Villanova W 10-9 NCAA SOUTH I REGIONAL Auburn W 15-6 Clemson L 3-6 Auburn L 1-22

1988 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) Providence W 10-2 Villanova L 2-8 St. John’s L 2-6 1989 BIG EAST SOUTHERN DIV. CHAMPIONS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) Connecticut W 8-2 Villanova L 7-8 Providence L 4-11 1990

BIG EAST REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (2ND PLACE) Connecticut L 3-11 St. John’s W 12-3 Villanova W 7-0 Connecticut L 3-4

1992 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) Connecticut L 2-14 St. John’s W 4-3 Connecticut L 3-4 1993 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) Connecticut W 6-5 St. John’s L 4-5 Connecticut L 9-10 1994

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (2ND PLACE) Providence W 13-5 Connecticut L 0-3 Providence W 6-4 Connecticut W 6-1 Connecticut L 2-4

1995 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (3RD PLACE) Villanova W 3-2 Pittsburgh L 10-11 Providence L 0-6 1997 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (T-5TH PLACE) West Virginia L 4-6 Notre Dame L 3-4 1998 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (T-5TH PLACE) Rutgers L 6-9 West Virginia L 2-7 1999 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (4TH PLACE) Providence L 9-10 Notre Dame W 11-3 St. John’s L 2-7 2000

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (2ND PLACE) Connecticut W 8-2 Boston College W 12-4 Rutgers L 2-6 Boston College W 6-5 Rutgers W 4-3 Rutgers L 0-1 NCAA COLUMBIA REGIONAL Wake Forest L 3-8 Liberty L 2-10

2001

BIG EAST TOURNAMENT CHAMPIONS Rutgers W 4-2 Virginia Tech W 5-0 Virginia Tech W 5-2 NCAA CLEMSON REGIONAL South Alabama W 7-2 Clemson L 4-24 South Alabama W 8-7 Clemson L 2-8

2008 BIG EAST TOURNAMENT (6TH PLACE) Louisville L 3-12 St. John’s W 12-6 Villanova L 0-10 POSTSEASON RECORDS TOURNAMENT YEARS W-L BIG EAST 16 26-28 NCAA 16 24-32

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1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

AT-BATS Marteese Robinson 1987 Mike Bascom 2001 Mike Bascom 2000 Casey Grimm 2001 Alfie Critelli 2000 Jim Duffy 1995 Brian Leighton 2001 Joe Cuervo 2001 Dana Brown 1988 Mark Pappas 2008 Craig Biggio 1987 Mike Condon 1997

238 228 222 222 221 217 217 216 215 215 214 214

Mike Bascom led the Pirates with 228 at-bats and was second on the team with 57 games played during the 2001 BIG EAST Championship season.

BATTING AVERAGE Marteese Robinson 1987 Maurice Vaughn 1988 Dan Hummel 1997 John Morris 1982 Maurice Vaughn 1987 Jim Duffy 1995 David Kim 1997 John Morris 1982 Ed Blankmeyer 1974 Bill Urbanski 1974

.529 .463 .434 .431 .429 .429 .420 .417 .413 .412

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

HITS Marteese Robinson Jim Duffy David Kim Craig Biggio John Morris Dan Hummel Paul Ottavinia Maurice Vaughn Joe Cuervo Casey Grimm

126 93 89 87 85 85 84 81 80 80

1. 2. 4. 5. 9. 10.

DOUBLES David Kim 1997 Paul Ottavinia 1994 John Bravette 1999 John Valentin 1988 A.J. Rusbarsky 2010 Bob Schepis 1985 Mike Condon 1997 Tony Calabrese 2000 Joe Cuervo 2001 Dan Hummel 1997 John Morris 1981 Marteese Robinson 1985 Marteese Robinson 1987 Jeff Riggs 1988 Mike Randazzo 1989 Alex Melconian 1997

1987 1995 1997 1987 1982 1997 1994 1987 2001 2001

24 23 23 21 21 20 20 20 20 19 18 18 18 18 18 18

1. 2. 6. 9.

TRIPLES John Morris 1982 John Morris 1981 Craig Biggio 1986 Craig Biggio 1987 Dana Brown 1987 Marteese Robinson 1987 Brian Leighton 1999 Matt Smedberg 2008 Matt Smedberg 2009 Greg Jemison 1975 Mike O’Conner 1976 John Semerad 1979 Jim Duffy 1996 Michael Rogers 2009

9 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 5 5

1. 2. 4. 5. 7.

HOME RUNS Maurice Vaughn 1987 John Morris 1982 David Kim 1997 Marteese Robinson 1987 Rick Cerone 1975 Maurice Vaughn 1989 Craig Biggio 1987 Maurice Vaughn 1988 Mike Groppuso 1991 Alfie Critelli 2000

28 19 19 16 15 15 14 14 14 14

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

TOTAL BASES Marteese Robinson 1987 David Kim 1997 Maurice Vaughn 1987 John Morris 1982 Craig Biggio 1987 Paul Ottavinia 1994 Maurice Vaughn 1988 Alfie Critelli 2000 Joe Cuervo 2001 Rick Cerone 1975 John Bravette 1999

204 172 172 171 160 145 133 126 126 125 125

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

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE Maurice Vaughn 1987 .910 Marteese Robinson 1987 .857 Maurice Vaughn 1988 .821 David Kim 1997 .811 Rick Cerone 1975 .776 Craig Biggio 1987 .748 Maurice Vaughn 1989 .721 Paul Ottavinia 1994 .697 Mike Groppuso 1990 .662 Casey Grimm 2003 .662

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1. 2. 3. 8.

GAMES PLAYED Craig Biggio 1985 Bob Schepis 1985 Ray Kreiger 1985 Pete Mancini 1985 Mike Bascom 2000 Alfie Critelli 2000 Casey Grimm 2001 Marteese Robinson 1985 Ray Navarrete 2000 Mike Bascom 2001 Brian Leighton 2001

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

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1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9. 10.

RUNS BATTED IN Marteese Robinson 1987 Maurice Vaughn 1987 Pat Pacillo 1983 John Morris 1982 David Kim 1997 Maurice Vaughn 1988 Bob Schepis 1985 Craig Biggio 1987 Rick Cerone 1975 Alfie Critelli 2000

90 90 83 80 71 70 70 68 64 62

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

TOUGHEST TO STRIKE OUT (AB/K) Ryan Gorecki 1994 185/3 (61.67) Bill Urbanski 1980 110/2 (55.00) Lou Racioppe 1977 197/4 (49.25) Phil Aiello 1990 157/4 (39.25) Dan Sansone 1983 140/4 (35.00) Paul Ottavinia 1994 208/6 (34.67) Steve Caravello 1983 128/4 (32.00) Alex Andreopoulos 1994 188/6 (31.33) Ryan Gorecki 1993 156/5 (31.20) Bill Rittweger 1976 84/3 (28.00)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 9. 10.

RUNS SCORED Craig Biggio 1987 Marteese Robinson 1987 Maurice Vaughn 1987 John Morris 1982 Dana Brown 1987 Craig Biggio 1986 Dana Brown 1988 John Bravette 1999 John Valentin 1988 David Kim 1997

97 89 84 79 66 65 65 65 64 63

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 8.

HIT BY PITCH Kevin Leighton 2001 Alex Melconian 1997 Ray Navarrete 2000 Chris Affinito 2009 Ray Navarrete 1999 Eddie Brown 2009 Chris Fontenelli 2009 Jeff Miller 1999 Casey Grimm 2001 Dan Lopez 2007

22 20 19 16 14 14 14 13 13 13

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

STOLEN BASES Marteese Robinson 1987 Eli Ben 1982 George Ramos 1977 Greg Jemison 1976 Steve Caravello 1984 Mike Lamitola 1990 Craig Biggio 1986 Eli Ben 1981 Lou DiChiaro 1982 Chris Walrath 1979

58 50 47 44 43 43 42 40 39 38

SACRIFICE HITS Ryan Gorecki 1994 Rob Sheppard 1992 Matt Smedberg 2008 Rico Bellini 1974 Ryan Gorecki 1995 Mike Lamitola 1990 Greg Jemison 1974 Jim Duffy 1994 Mike Moriarty 1994 Mike Bascom 2001 Santiago Chi 2002

16 15 14 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

BASE ON BALLS John Morris 1982 Dana Brown 1987 Steve Caravello 1985 Christian Toomey 1992 Ed Blankmeyer 1976 Craig Biggio 1986 Rick Cerone 1974 Maurice Vaughn 1988 Craig Biggio 1987 Maurice Vaughn 1989

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7.

54 54 53 53 51 50 48 47 46 45

1. 2. 3. 5.

SACRIFICE FLIES Jeff Riggs 1988 Ted Schoenhaus 1974 Ryan Gorecki 1995 Mark Pappas 2008 Bill Ritwegger 1979 Pat Pacillo 1984 John Valentin 1988 Mike Groppuso 1989 Alex Andreopoulos 1992 Ryan Gorecki 1994 Paul Ottavinia 1994 Dan Hummel 1998 Chris Fulda 2004

10 9 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

PITCHING 1. 2. 3. 5. 7. 8. 10.

APPEARANCES Chris Noonan 2003 Isaac Pavlik 2001 Jamie Fisher 1995 Matt Singer 2009 Jamie Fisher 1994 Isaac Pavlik 2002 Matt Singer 2010 Dan McDonald 2007 Matt Singer 2008 Isaac Pavlik 2000

33 31 29 29 28 28 27 26 26 24

1. 2. 4. 8.

GAMES STARTED B.J. Benik 2000 Phil Cundari 1985 Damon Ponce de Leon 2000 Tim Byron 1982 Matt Morris 1995 Joe DiRocco 2009 Joe DiRocco 2010 Chad Frontera 1994 Len Glowzenski 1975 Jason Grilli 1997 Darryl Harvey 1982 Ted Klamm 1992 Kevin Legault 1992 Dan McDonald 2006 Dan Merklinger 2006 Brian Ridley 1997 Rich Scheid 1986 Rick Vichroski 1987 Sean Black 2009 Keith Cantwell 2009 Jon Prosinski 2010

16 15 15 14 14 14 14 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13

Jeff DiNuzzo tossed a no-hitter for the Pirates against BIG EAST rival Connecticut in 1990.

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8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7

RELIEF APPEARANCES Chris Noonan 2003 33 Jamie Fisher 1995 29 Matt Singer 2009 29 Jamie Fisher 1994 28 Isaac Pavlik 2001 28 Matt Singer 2010 27 Matt Singer 2008 26 John Probst 1997 23 Mike Sturgeon 1999 23 Isaac Pavlik 2000 23

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

INNINGS PITCHED B.J. Benik 2000 Damon Ponce de Leon 2000 Kevin Legault 1992 Tim Byron 1982 Ed Reilly 1981 Phil Cundari 1985 Len Glowzenski 1975 Rich Scheid 1985 Ted Klamm 1992 Matt Morris 1995

111.1 104.1 103.1 101.2 99.0 98.1 98.0 95.0 95.0 94.0

1. 3. 5.

WINS Phil Cundari Rich Vichroski Tim Byron Kevin Morton Len Glowzenski Ed Reilly Rich Scheid Kevin Morton Matt Morris Damon Ponce de Leon

12 12 11 11 10 10 10 10 10 10

1985 1987 1982 1989 1975 1981 1985 1988 1995 2000

1. 2. 3. 4. 7. 10.

WINNING PCT. (MIN. 5 DEC.) Larry Schwartz 1984 8-0 (1.000) Dave Gagliano 1987 5-0 (1.000) John Seneca 1978 8-1 (.889) John Moller 1979 7-1 (.875) Damon Ponce de Leon 1999 7-1 (.875) Chris Reilly 2001 7-1 (.875) Phil Cundari 1985 12-2 (.857) Dan Morogiello 1976 6-1 (.857) Jamie Fisher 1994 6-1 (.857) Kevin Morton 1989 11-2 (.846)

1. 2. 5. 6.

SAVES Chris Noonan 2003 Jamie Fisher 1995 Isaac Pavlik 2001 Isaac Pavlik 2002 Isaac Pavlik 2000 Dan McDonald 2007 John Melody 1977 Pat Pacillo 1982 Larry Schwartz 1985 Scott Napolitano 1987 Bobby Dennis 1993 Jamie Fisher 1994 John Probst 1998

9 8 8 8 6 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

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

STRIKEOUTS Jason Grilli 1997 Rich Scheid 1985 Tim Byron 1982 Matt Morris 1995 Rich Scheid 1986 Kevin Morton 1989 Phil Cundari 1985 B.J. Benik 2000 Ted Klamm 1992 Ed Reilly 1981

125 117 105 104 102 100 98 98 96 85

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

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Jim Tote 1946 0.38 Aldo DiTrolio 1989 0.68 Dave Lombardi 1973 0.84 Larry Falcon 1963 1.08 Marty Caffrey 1973 1.17 Larry Falcon 1964 1.34 Greg Miller 2007 1.36 Larry Schwartz 1984 1.55 John Moller 1979 1.65 Len Glowzenski 1973 1.66

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

PUTOUTS Brian Leighton 2001 Alfie Critelli 2000 Jim Duffy 1994 Jim Duffy 1995 John Walsh 2007 Tim Pahuta 2004 Brian Leighton 1999 Dan Hummel 1997 Phil Aiello 1990 Adam Arslanian 2001

488 465 462 429 417 386 377 366 360 349

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 10.

A.J. Rusbarsky Mark Pappas Mike Moriarty Mike Condon A.J. Rusbarsky A.J. Rusbarsky Mike Lamitola Rob Sheppard Mike Moriarty Rob Schmitt Mike Moriarty

ASSISTS 2010 2008 1994 1997 2008 2009 1990 1992 1993 1992 1995

196 177 176 170 167 160 157 157 157 156 156

MOST CHANCES WITHOUT AN ERROR 1. John D’Addetta 1992 211 2. Joe Ferretti 1991 182 3. Mike Bascom 2000 142 4. Matt Smedberg 2009 113 5. Dan Lopez 2007 106 6. Mike Randazzo 1990 103 7. Dan Lopez 2006 101 8. Brian McGee 1999 90 9. Matt Smedberg 2008 86 10. Mike Feoli 1991 80

SINGLE-SEAON RECORDS

1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 8.

COMPLETE GAMES Bill Matusz 1962 Jack Donovan 1971 Rick Vichroski 1987 Ted Klamm 1992 Kevin Legault 1992 Marty Caffrey 1974 Len Glowzenski 1975 Mike Patton 1984 Rich Scheid 1985 Kevin Morton 1989 Jason Grilli 1996

Brian Leighton led all players with 488 putouts during the 2001 season.

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CAREER RECORDS

BATTING 1. 2. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 10.

GAMES PLAYED Dana Brown 1986-89 Casey Grimm 2000-03 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Jeff Riggs 1985-88 Jim Duffy 1993-96 Pete Mancini 1982-85 Anthony Seratelli 2002-05 Matt Smedberg 2006-09 Joe Cuervo 1998-01

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

AT-BATS Dana Brown 1986-89 Jim Duffy 1993-96 Matt Smedberg 2006-09 Casey Grimm 2000-03 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Anthony Seratelli 2002-05 Mark Pappas 2005-08 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Jeff Riggs 1985-88 Ray Navarrete 1997-00

743 709 698 693 679 656 656 648 607 601

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

RUNS SCORED Dana Brown 1986-89 Craig Biggio 1985-87 Maurice Vaughn 1987-89 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Jim Duffy 1993-96 Christian Toomey 1991-94 Joe Cuervo 1998-01 Eli Ben 1979-82 Steve Caravello 1982-85 Ray Navarrete 1997-00

207 194 181 173 165 154 154 150 146 144

215 207 203 203 201 200 199 193 193 192

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

BATTING AVERAGE Marteese Robinson 1985-87 John Morris 1980-82 Maurice Vaughn 1987-89 George Ramos 1976-77 Dan Hummel 1995-98 Craig Zimmerli 1997-98 Rick Cerone 1973-75 Casey Grimm 2000-03 Pat Pacillo 1982-84 Mike Randazzo 1987-90 David Kim 1995-97

1. 2. 3. 4. 8. 9. 10.

DOUBLES Tim Pahuta 2002-05 Ray Navarrete 1997-00 Paul Ottavinia 1992-94 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Jeff Riggs 1985-88 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Dan Hummel 1995-98 Casey Grimm 2000-03 David Kim 1995-97 John Bravette 1996-99 John Sheppard 1986-88 Dana Brown 1986-89

53 51 45 44 42 42 42 42 40 39 38 38

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8. 9. 10.

TRIPLES Craig Biggio 1985-87 John Morris 1980-82 Matt Smedberg 2006-09 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Dana Brown 1986-89 Mike O’Conner 1974-77 Joe Cuervo 1998-01 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Mike Rota 1974-77 Ten players tied

18 16 14 12 12 11 11 10 9 8

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HOME RUNS Maurice Vaughn 1987-89 Mike Groppuso 1989-91 John Morris 1980-82 Chris Affinito 2006-09 Pat Pacillo 1982-84 Craig Biggio 1985-87 Rick Cerone 1973-75 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Alfie Critelli 1997-00 David Kim 1995-97

57 34 28 28 27 27 26 26 26 23

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Casey Grimm Jim Duffy Marteese Robinson Dana Brown Brian Leighton Maurice Vaughn Dan Hummel Tim Pahuta Ray Navarrete Mike Randazzo

2000-03 1993-96 1985-87 1986-89 1998-01 1987-89 1995-98 2002-05 1997-00 1987-90

250 247 241 225 220 215 212 210 207 206

.423 .418 .417 .372 .371 .368 .363 .361 .360 .359 .359

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RUNS BATTED IN Maurice Vaughn 1987-89 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Jeff Riggs 1985-88 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Casey Grimm 2000-03 Pat Pacillo 1982-84 Mike Groppuso 1989-91 Craig Biggio 1985-87 Dan Hummel 1995-98

218 170 169 157 154 154 152 151 148 138

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BASE ON BALLS Dana Brown 1986-89 Maurice Vaughn 1987-89 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Craig Biggio 1985-87 Ed Blankmeyer 1973-76 Christian Toomey 1991-94 Steve Caravello 1982-85 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Anthony Seratelli 2002-05 Lou DiChiaro 1980-83

155 136 133 119 115 115 114 114 113 112

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TOUGHEST TO STRIKE OUT (AB/K) Ryan Gorecki 1993-95 522/15 (34.80) Lou Racioppe 1975-78 457/15 (30.47) Phil Aiello 1987-90 297/10 (29.70) Mike Randazzo 1987-90 574/29 (19.79) A. Andreopoulos 1992-95 668/36 (18.56) Arjay Pedalino 1983-85 404/23 (17.57) Paul Ottavinia 1992-94 580/34 (17.06) Bill Rittweger 1976-79 543/32 (16.97) Bill Urbanski 1979-82 469/28 (16.75) Rob Schmitt 1991-92 329/20 (16.45) STOLEN BASES Eli Ben 1979-82 Dana Brown 1986-89 Greg Jemison 1973-76 Marteese Robinson 1985-87 Steve Caravello 1982-85 Craig Biggio 1985-87 Lou DiChiaro 1980-83 Mike Lamitola 1987-90 Joe Cuervo 1998-01 Mike Feoli 1989-91 Chris Walrath 1978-80

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PITCHING 84 83 80 75 74 72 66 65 62 61

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GAMES STARTED B.J. Benik 1998-01 Tim Byron 1979-82 Phil Cundari 1983-85 Doug Cinnella 1983-86 Jason Grilli 1995-97 Charlie Puleo 1974-77 Matt Morris 1993-95 Corey Young 2006-08 John Seneca 1976-79 Ted Klamm 1989-92 Jake Haggerty 2002-05

44 40 36 36 36 35 34 34 33 33 33

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COMPLETE GAMES Mike Patton 1981-84 Marty Caffrey 1973-74 Rich Scheid 1984-86 Ted Klamm 1989-92 Kevin Legault 1990-92 B.J. Benik 1998-01 Charlie Puleo 1974-77 John Seneca 1976-79 Doug Cinnella 1983-86 Kevin Morton 1987-89 Matt Morris 1993-95

14 13 13 13 12 12 11 11 11 11 11

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RELIEF APPEARANCES Matt Singer 2007-10 Jamie Fisher 1992-95 Isaac Pavlik 1999-02 Luis Fernandez 2005-08 John Probst 1996-99 Chris Noonan 2001-04 Pat Pacillo 1982-84 Tom Schneider 1977-80 Dave Lombardi 1973-76 Mike Sturgeon 1998-99

83 79 73 70 62 57 42 42 42 37

INNINGS PITCHED B.J. Benik 1998-01 Mike Patton 1981-84 Ted Klamm 1989-92 Doug Cinnella 1983-86 John Seneca 1976-79 Tim Byron 1979-82 Charlie Puleo 1974-77 Matt Morris 1993-95 Phil Cundari 1983-85 Kevin Legault 1990-92

318.2 297.0 269.0 266.2 264.1 264.0 252.1 252.1 239.1 239.1

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Tim Byron Phil Cundari Mike Patton Kevin Morton John Seneca Doug Cinnella B.J. Benik Charlie Puleo Ed Reilly Rich Scheid Matt Morris Damon Ponce de Leon

1979-82 1983-85 1981-84 1987-89 1976-79 1983-86 1998-01 1974-77 1978-81 1984-86 1993-95 1997-00

29 26 25 24 23 23 22 21 21 21 21 21

SAVES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7.

Isaac Pavlik Jamie Fisher Pat Pacillo Chris Noonan Larry Schwartz Matt Singer Dan Morogiello Tom Schneider Mike Patton Dan McDonald

1999-02 1992-95 1982-84 2001-04 1983-85 2007-10 1975-76 1977-80 1981-84 2005-07

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

STRIKEOUTS Jason Grilli 1995-97 Tim Byron 1979-82 B.J. Benik 1998-01 Ted Klamm 1989-92 Rich Scheid 1984-86 Phil Cundari 1983-85 Doug Cinnella 1983-86 John Seneca 1976-79 Kevin Morton 1987-89 Matt Morris 1993-95

22 13 11 10 9 9 8 8 8 8 256 243 242 237 234 217 210 202 198 194

1. 3.

SHUTOUTS Matt Morris 1993-95 Larry Falcon 1961-64 David Sawicki 1991-94 Chad Frontera 1992-94 B.J. Benik 1998-01 Dan Merklinger 2005-07 Keith Cantwell 2006-09

3 3 2 2 2 2 2

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EARNED RUN AVERAGE Larry Falcon 1961-64 Ed Janeczek 1978-80 Marty Caffrey 1973-74 Mike Patton 1981-84 Dan Morogiello 1975-76 Chris Reilly 2000-01 Dave Lombardi 1973-76 Tom Schneider 1977-80 Kevin Morton 1987-89 Larry Schwartz 1983-85 Todd Heimer 1974-77

1.26 2.02 2.34 2.70 2.70 2.72 2.78 2.88 2.90 2.92 2.92

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

PUTOUTS Jim Duffy 1993-96 Tim Pahuta 2002-05 Brian Leighton 1998-01 Alex Andreopoulos 1992-95 Dan Hummel 1995-98 John Walsh 2004-07 Alfie Critelli 1997-00 Adam Arslanian 1998-01 Chris Affinito 2006-09 Lou Santangelo 2002-03

1,387 1,331 1,236 993 900 831 784 663 655 615

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

ASSISTS A.J. Rusbarsky 2008-Pres. Mike Moriarty 1993-95 Tony Calabrese 1998-00 Joey Scott 2000-04 Ryan Gorecki 1993-95 John Bravette 1997-99 Santiago Chi 2001-04 Keith Ellery 1992-95 Rob Schmitt 1991-92 Mark Pappas 2005-08

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APPEARANCES Isaac Pavlik 1999-02 Matt Singer 2007-10 Jamie Fisher 1992-95 Chris Noonan 2001-04 Luis Fernandez 2005-08 John Probst 1996-99 Ted Klamm 1989-92 Jeff DiNuzzo 1987-90 B.J. Benik 1998-01 Mike Patton 1981-84

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9.

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AT-BATS Rico Bellini 118 Rick Cerone 164 Greg Jemison 162 Greg Jemison 206 Lou Racioppe 197 Jim Krause 147 Chris Walrath 172 C. Walrath/M. Sheppard, Jr. 146 John Morris 163 John Morris 197 Pat Pacillo 162 Steve Caravello 179 Bob Schepis 194 John Sheppard 203 Marteese Robinson 238 Dana Brown 215 Mike Randazzo 200 Mike Randazzo 209 Mike Feoli 173 Paul Ottavinia 189 Paul Ottavinia 183 Paul Ottavinia 208 Jim Duffy 217 Jim Duffy 188 Mike Condon 214 Ray Navarrete 169 John Bravette 206 Mike Bascom 222 Mike Bascom 228 Anthony Seratelli 170 Lou Santangelo 160 Joey Scott 195 Tim Pahuta 180 Brandon Cohen 198 John Walsh 201 Mark Pappas 215 A.J. Rusbarsky 203 A.J. Rusbarsky 191

RUNS SCORED Rico Bellini 26 Rick Sposta 45 Ted Schoenhaus 40 Greg Jemison 40 George Ramos 52 DaveSchuman 29 Chris Walrath 48 Chris Walrath 39 John Morris 60 John Morris 79 Pat Pacillo 48 Pat Pacillo 56 M. Robinson/S. Caravello 57 Craig Biggio 65 Craig Biggio 97 Dana Brown 65 Mike Feoli 50 Mike Lamitola 46 Mike Groppuso 51 Christian Toomey 46 Christian Toomey 44 Christian Toomey 51 Jim Duffy 54 Jim Duffy 49 David Kim 63 John Bravette 52 John Bravette 65 Mike Bascom 54 Joe Cuervo 51 Todd Crawford 57 Casey Grimm 40 Joey Scott 41 Tim Pahuta 53 Dan Lopez 35 Greg Miller 43 Mark Pappas 41 Matt Smedberg 41 Michael Rogers 30

BATTING AVERAGE Rick Cerone Ed Blankmeyer Rick Cerone Bob Cavagnaro George Ramos Jim Krause John Semerad Henry Janssen John Morris John Morris Pat Pacillo Tony DeFrancesco Marteese Robinson Craig Biggio Marteese Robinson Maurice Vaughn Mike Randazzo Mike Randazzo Mike Feoli Rob Schmitt Paul Ottavinia Paul Ottavinia Jim Duffy Dan Hummel Dan Hummel John Bravette Brian Leighton Ray Navarrete Joe Cuervo Casey Grimm Casey Grimm Tim Pahuta Dan McDonald Dan McDonald Mark Pappas Greg Miller Matt Smedberg Michael Rogers

.339 .413 .410 .361 .374 .395 .367 .364 .417 .431 .385 .368 .394 .351 .529 .463 .380 .378 .382 .362 .350 .404 .429 .358 .434 .373 .401 .393 .370 .353 .370 .342 .320 .330 .314 .340 .382 .316

YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

HITS Rick Cerone 38 Greg Jemison 47 Rick Cerone 66 Bob Cavagnaro 66 George Ramos 73 Jim Kraus 58 Chris Walrath 61 Chris Walrath 51 John Morris 68 John Morris 82 Pat Pacillo 62 Pat Pacillo 65 Marteese Robinson 76 John Sheppard 66 Marteese Robinson 126 Maurice Vaughn 75 Mike Randazzo 76 Mike Randazzo 79 Mike Feoli 66 Rob Schmitt 67 Paul Ottavinia 64 Paul Ottavinia 84 Jim Duffy 93 Jim Duffy 66 David Kim 89 John Bravette 62 John Bravette 81 Ray Navarrete 75 J. Cuervo/C. Grimm 80 Casey Grimm 57 Casey Grimm 57 Tim Pahuta 66 Tim Pahuta 53 Dan McDonald 59 John Walsh 62 A.J. Rusbarsky 64 Matt Smedberg 71 Michael Rogers 59

DOUBLES Rick Cerone 7 Rick Cerone 8 R. Cerone/T. Schoenhaus 12 Gene Laguna 12 Bill Rittweger 13 Dave Schuman 10 Dave Semerad 13 Henry Janssen 13 John Morris 18 Pat Pacillo 12 Tony DeFrancesco 11 Tony DeFrancesco 16 Bob Schepis 20 John Sheppard 12 Marteese Robinson 18 John Valentin 21 Mike Randazzo 18 Dennis Sweeney 13 C. Factor/R. Schmitt 12 Alex Andreopoulos 12 P. Ottavinia/K. Ellery 12 Paul Ottavinia 23 Mike Moriarty 15 Dan Hummel 13 David Kim 24 John Bravette 14 John Bravette 23 Tony Calabrese 20 Joe Cuervo 20 Todd Crawford 11 C. Grimm/T. Pahuta 13 Joey Scott 16 Tim Pahuta 17 B. Cohen/D. McDonald 16 John Walsh 11 4 tied at 9 Chris Affinito 14 A.J. Rusbarsky 21

TRIPLES Five tied Rico Bellini Greg Jemison Mike O’Conner G. Ramos/D. Schuman Jim Krause John Semerad Bill Urbanski John Morris John Morris Tom Bundschuh T. DeFrancesco/P. Pacillo Craig Biggio Craig Biggio Craig Biggio Three tied M. Gropusso/B. Reddick M. Gropusso/D. Sweeney Three tied Rob Schmitt T. Jefferis/M. Moriarity P. Ottavinia/C. Toomey Four tied Jim Duffy Marc Racioppo Josh Vath Brian Leighton Ray Navarrete Joe Cuervo Joey Scott Anthony Seratelli T. Pahuta/P. Sullivan Tim Pahuta Dan McDonald Greg Miller Matt Smedberg Matt Smedberg Will Walsh

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

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HOME RUNS Rick Cerone 4 Rick Cerone 7 Rick Cerone 15 Bob Cavagnaro 6 Gene Laguna 12 John Semerad 5 John Semerad 7 Four tied 1 H. Janssen/J. Morris 9 John Morris 19 Pat Pacillo 13 Pat Pacillo 6 Bob Schepis 6 Craig Biggio 9 Maurice Vaughn 28 Maurice Vaughn 14 Maurice Vaughn 15 Mike Groppuso 9 Mike Groppuso 14 Alex Andreopoulos 4 Four tied 4 Paul Ottavinia 10 Alex Andreopoulos 10 Shane Wirta 6 David Kim 19 Dan Hummel 8 Alfie Critelli 8 Alfie Critelli 14 Joe Cuervo 6 Todd Crawford 10 Casey Grimm 10 Tim Pahuta 6 Tim Pahuta 5 Brandon Cohen 8 John Walsh 8 Chris Affinito 10 Chris Affinito 9 W.Walsh/S.Gusrang 2

RUNS BATTED IN Rick Cerone 21 Ted Schoenhaus 32 Rick Cerone 64 Bob Cavagnaro 43 E. Muchmore/G. Ramos 48 John Semerad 27 John Semerad 47 Mike Sheppard, Jr. 41 H. Janssen/J. Morris 45 John Morris 80 Pat Pacillo 83 Pat Pacillo 50 Bob Schepis 70 Craig Biggio 43 M. Robinson/M. Vaughn 90 Maurice Vaughn 70 Maurice Vaughn 58 Mike Gropusso 43 Mike Gropusso 51 Alex Andreopoulos 47 Paul Ottavinia 45 Paul Ottavinia 60 Alex Andreopoulos 53 D. Hummel/D. Kim 35 David Kim 71 Craig Zimmerli 47 Alfie Critelli 54 Alfie Critelli 62 Brian Leighton 47 Todd Crawford 45 Tim Pahuta 37 Tim Pahuta 37 Tim Pahuta 32 Brandon Cohen 40 John Walsh 42 Chris Affinito 40 Chris Affinito 50 Frank Esposito 25

WALKS Kevin Tennent Rick Cerone Rick Cerone Ed Blankmeyer Mike Rota Dave Schuman John Semerad Henry Janssen Three tied John Morris Lou Dichiaro Pat Pacillo Steve Caravello Craig Biggio Dana Brown Maurice Vaughn Maurice Vaughn Phil Aiello Mike Gropusso Christian Toomey Alex Andreopoulos Dan Clarke Alex Andreopoulos David Kim Alex Melconian Dan Hummel John Bravette M. Bascom/B. Leighton Brian Leighton Casey Grimm Anthony Seratelli Brandon Cohen Anthony Seratelli Matt Smedberg Casey Hines Matt Smedberg Matt Smedberg Michael Rogers

18 48 38 51 39 24 34 36 29 54 34 44 53 50 54 47 45 25 41 53 36 34 38 24 29 29 32 30 38 30 30 35 28 21 19 26 24 28

YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

STOLEN BASES Greg Jemison 28-33 Rick Sposta 23-24 Greg Jemison 22-25 Greg Jemison 44-50 George Ramos 47-52 Lou Racioppe 20-24 Chris Walrath 38-43 Eli Ben 27-30 Eli Ben 40-43 Eli Ben 50-53 Lou DiChiaro 28-31 Steve Caravello 32-36 Steve Caravello 43-50 Craig Biggio 42-51 Marteese Robinson 58-65 Dana Brown 35-40 M. Lamitola/M. Feoli 22-24/28 Mike Lamitola 43-49 Mike Feoli 30-34 Christian Toomey 24-30 R. Gorecki/P. Ottavinia 16-19/20 Paul Ottavinia 19-23 Ryan Gorecki 31-35 V.J. Carrero 26-29 Brian McGee 14-16 J. Cuervo/B. McGee 13-14/17 Brian McGee 17-24 Joe Cuervo 37-43 Joe Cuervo 23-30 Anthony Seratelli 16-23 Anthony Seratelli 14-20 Anthony Seratelli 15-18 Anthony Seratelli 25-26 Dan Lopez 19-20 Matt Smedberg 11-14 Dan Lopez 18-20 A.J. Rusbarsky 8 Michael Rogers 13

GAMES PITCHED Marty Caffrey 11 Marty Caffrey 13 Three tied 15 D. Lombardi/D. Morogiello 15 John Melody 17 Tom Schneider 14 Tom Schneider 19 Tom Schneider 18 Mike Patton 16 Pat Pacillo 22 Phil Cundari 16 Three tied 14 Larry Schwartz 22 Three tied 16 Kevin Morton 17 Jeff DiNuzzo 19 J. DiNuzzo/T. Klamm 19 J. DiNuzzo/K. Legault 17 Rob McDermott 18 Ted Klamm 18 B. Dennis/M. Morris 16 Jamie Fisher 28 Jamie Fisher 29 Tristan Jerue 18 John Probst 23 John Probst 17 Mike Sturgeon 23 Isaac Pavlik 24 Isaac Pavlik 31 Isaac Pavlik 28 Chris Noonan 33 Chris Noonan 22 Mark Nigro 19 Luis Fernandez 21 Dan McDonald 26 Matt Singer 26 Matt Singer 29 Matt Singer 27

WINS M. Caffrey/J. Flannery M. Caffrey/C. Puleo Len Glowzenski Dan Morogiello Vin Byron J. Seneca/L. Schwartz T. Byron/J. Moller T. Byron/E. Reilly Ed Reilly Tim Byron Phil Cundari Mike Patton Phil Cundari R. Scheid/D. Cinnella Rich Vichroski Kevin Morton Kevin Morton T. Klamm/J. DiNuzzo Kevin Legault Ted Klamm S. Hayward/M. Morris Chad Frontera Matt Morris Jason Grilli Brian Ridley B.J. Benik Damon Ponce de Leon Damon Ponce de Leon Chris Reilly C. Noonan/M. Santmyer Mike Santmyer Three Tied J. Haggerty/D. McDonald D. Merklinger/C. Young K.Cantwell/G. Miller Corey Young K. Cantwell/M.Singer Joe DiRocco

5 7 10 6 9 8 7 5 10 11 8 8 12 8 12 10 11 7 7 7 6 7 10 5 8 6 7 10 7 4 5 4 5 4 4 8 6 5

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YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

SAVES Dave Lombardi 4 Joe Trotter 2 Don Morogiello 4 Don Morogiello 4 John Melody 5 Tom Schneider 2 Tom Schneider 3 Ed Janeczek 4 Mike Patton 4 Pat Pacillo 5 P. Pacillo/M. Patton 3 Pat Pacillo 3 Larry Schwartz 5 G. Napolitano/T. Lasko 2 Scott Napolitano 5 T. Lasko/S. Waldis 2 Ted Klamm 2 K. Legault/R. Tumolo 3 Ted Klamm 4 Five tied 1 Bobby Dennis 5 Jamie Fisher 5 Jamie Fisher 8 Tristan Jerue 2 Five tied 1 John Probst 5 B.J. Benik 2 Isaac Pavlik 6 Isaac Pavlik 8 Isaac Pavlik 8 Chris Noonan 9 J. Haggerty/B. Haggerty 2 D. McDonald/P. Vandenbout 1 Tim Dexter 3 Dan McDonald 7 M. Singer/K. Cantwell 4 Matt Singer 3 Benny Mejia 3

YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

COMPLETE GAMES Marty Caffrey 6 Marty Caffrey 6 Len Glowzenski 7 Three tied 3 Vin Byron 5 Tom Schneider 3 John Seneca 2 Mike O’Beirne/Ed Reilly 3 Ed Reilly 6 Tim Byron 4 Mike Patton 3 Mike Patton 7 Rich Scheid 7 Rich Scheid/Mike Cinnella 6 Rick Vichroski 8 Kevin Morton 3 Kevin Morton 7 Ted Klamm/Joe DiNuzzo 4 Kevin Legault 3 Ted Klamm/Kevin Legault 8 Three tied 4 Chad Frontera 4 Matt Morris 4 Jason Grilli 7 Joe Gangemi 5 Cameron Esslinger/B.J. Benik 4 D. Ponce de Leon/C. Esslinger 2 B.J. Benik 6 B.J. Benik/S. Tarkington 1 Isaac Pavlik 3 Three tied 1 Jake Haggerty 5 Dan Merklinger 2 D. McDonald/D. Merklinger/C. Young 2 Keith Cantwel 2 C.Young/S. Black 1 Keith Cantwell 5 J DiRocco/F. Morris 1

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WINNING PERCENTAGE (MIN 4 DEC) Joe Flannery .715 (5-2) M. Caffrey/C. Puleo .778 (7-2) Len Glowzenski .833 (10-2) Dan Morogiello .857 (6-1) Vin Byron .818 (9-2) John Seneca .889 (8-1) John Moller .875 (7-1) Tim Byron .833 (5-1) Ed Reilly .769 (10-3) Tim Byron .733 (11-4) Mike Patton .667 (6-3) Larry Schwartz 1.000 (8-0) Phil Cundari .857 (12-2) Rich Scheid .667 (8-4) Dave Gagliano 1.000 (5-0) Kevin Morton .833 (10-2) Kevin Morton .846 (11-2) T. Klamm/J. DiNuzzo .778 (7-2) Dan Welk .833 (5-1) Dan Welk .750 (3-1) David Sawicki .833 (5-1) Jamie Fisher .857 6-1) Jason Grilli .800 (8-2) Brian Ridley .800 (4-1) John Probst .800 (4-1) Mike Wren .833 (5-1) D. Ponce de Leon .875 (7-1) D. Ponce de Leon .769 (10-3) Chris Reilly .875 (7-1) Mike Santmyer .500 (4-4) Mike Santmyer .714 (5-2) Joey Scott .667 (4-2) Dan McDonald .500 (5-5) Corey Young .571 (4-3) K.Cantwell/G. Miller .800 (4-1) Corey Young .667 (8-4) Keith Cantwell .667 (6-3) Benny Mejia .750 (3-1)

GAMES STARTED Marty Caffrey Marty Caffrey Len Glowzenski Todd Heimer Vin Byron Tom Schneider T. Byron/J. Seneca Ed Reilly Ed Reilly Tim Byron Doug Cinnella Mike Patton Phil Cundari Rich Scheid Rick Vichroski Kevin Morton Three tied Ted Klamm Three tied T. Klamm/K. Legault Three tied Chad Frontera Matt Morris Jason Grilli J. Grilli/B. Ridley M. Duignan/C. Esslinger Cameron Esslinger B.J. Benik B.J. Benik Chris Noonan Elvys Quezada Jake Haggerty Jake Haggerty D. McDonald/D. Merklinger Dan Merklinger Corey Young Joe DiRocco Joe DiRocco

12 12 13 12 12 9 11 10 10 10 10 12 15 13 13 11 12 11 9 13 10 13 14 11 13 10 11 16 12 11 11 11 11 13 2 12 14 14

STRIKEOUTS Marty Caffrey 57 Charlie Puleo 54 Len Glowzenski 62 Dan Morogiello 77 Charlie Puleo 79 Tom Schneider 33 John Seneca 61 Tim Byron 60 Ed Reilly 85 Tim Byron 105 Phil Cundari 72 Larry Schwartz 65 Rich Scheid 117 Rich Scheid 102 Rick Vichroski 67 Kevin Morton 55 Kevin Morton 100 Sam Mandia 78 Ted Klamm 75 Ted Klamm 96 Steve Hayward 78 Matt Morris 53 Matt Morris 104 Jason Grilli 68 Jason Grilli 125 Cameron Esslinger 80 Cameron Esslinger 70 B.J. Benik 98 Shawn Tarkington 64 Isaac Pavlik 82 Elvys Quezada 71 Tim Sabo 58 Jake Haggerty 57 Dan Merklinger 83 Dan Merklinger 78 Corey Young 78 Keith Cantwell 74 Joe DiRocco 62

EARNED RUN AVERAGE Marty Caffrey Charlie Puleo Todd Heimer John Seneca Charlie Puleo John Seneca John Moller Tom Schneider Ed Reilly Mike Patton Mike Patton Larry Schwartz Phil Cundari Rich Scheid Tom Lasko Kevin Morton Aldo DiTrolio Kevin Legault Rob McDermott Kevin Legault David Sawicki Jason Tisone Jason Grilli Jason Grilli Joe Gangemi Cameron Esslinger Damon Ponce de Leon Mike Wren Chris Reilly Isaac Pavlik Chris Noonan Joey Scott Dan McDonald Dan McDonald Keith Cantwell Sean Black Keith Cantwell Jon Prosinski

1.17 2.14 1.96 2.25 2.14 2.76 1.64 2.41 2.38 3.46 2.58 1.55 1.74 3.69 3.24 3.05 0.68 2.09 3.02 2.53 1.89 3.32 1.85 4.25 2.91 3.72 3.08 2.54 3.21 2.85 2.61 2.68 3.89 4.11 2.95 3.44 3.48 4.04

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YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

AVG .267 .298 .304 .290 .322 .308 .292 .303 .321 .320 .305 .316 .305 .291 .355 .331 .296 .306 .306 .266 .294 .307 .316 .288 .319 .296 .333 .313 .293 .267 .266 .281 .260 .269 .255 .273 .274 .262

G 30 44 42 51 51 37 44 38 44 54 49 53 64 58 55 55 53 53 46 55 48 54 54 46 54 48 52 58 58 53 47 51 52 51 50 56 49 50

AB 1009 1451 1447 1704 1749 1275 1538 1246 1387 1855 1550 1777 2036 1886 1987 1833 1749 1743 1540 1725 1545 1755 1835 1540 1805 1635 1840 1957 1986 1661 1477 1727 1710 1749 1701 1814 1711 1659

R 167 320 350 318 378 228 329 234 367 476 365 403 455 382 627 431 364 330 344 268 323 324 414 279 387 322 437 396 401 259 254 281 248 258 263 319 275 225

H 268 433 440 495 564 393 450 377 464 601 472 562 621 549 705 606 518 534 472 459 454 538 580 443 576 484 613 612 582 444 393 485 444 471 433 495 469 434

2B 24 52 71 73 89 40 75 68 82 88 76 110 127 90 118 123 106 81 89 77 79 91 110 79 121 89 126 125 102 76 75 85 77 93 76 71 84 81

3B 5 12 15 16 19 18 26 14 21 31 13 23 28 27 25 16 10 8 7 6 15 13 16 14 6 9 24 13 20 8 8 13 7 8 12 23 19 22

HR 9 13 40 25 45 13 29 4 28 60 38 26 38 38 92 49 41 27 41 20 22 23 39 22 40 42 49 36 38 30 22 26 31 28 28 24 20 7

RBI 133 264 311 274 337 195 279 212 303 406 329 314 398 331 554 397 325 283 299 231 266 290 357 237 341 290 391 366 344 218 229 246 218 239 230 280 242 202

TB 328 528 659 675 826 508 671 485 672 931 688 796 918 807 1149 905 763 712 698 608 629 724 839 616 829 717 934 871 838 626 550 674 628 664 617 684 651 580

SLG .325 .364 .455 .396 .472 .398 .436 .389 .484 .502 .444 .448 .451 .428 .578 .494 .436 .408 .453 .352 .407 .413 .457 .400 .459 .439 .508 .445 .422 .377 .372 .390 .367 .380 .363 .377 .380 .350

SB 74 91 124 135 140 81 120 73 151 227 167 140 227 190 234 95 103 123 106 74 98 96 137 74 72 54 63 112 76 77 60 71 55 64 50 44 48 43

SO 105 164 143 184 188 134 171 163 149 247 177 256 247 234 273 170 192 188 247 254 202 208 248 170 252 286 285 313 368 388 316 443 390 386 328 320 310 284

BB 122 296 278 284 225 148 263 217 247 303 248 297 303 292 379 291 256 193 227 250 219 223 264 155 205 201 225 228 238 188 202 215 180 163 173 207 201 186

RECORDS (1973 - PRESENT) BATTING AVERAGE High: .355 (1987)

Low: .255 (2007)

RUNS BATTED IN High: 554 (1987)

Low: 133 (1973)

GAMES High: 64 (1985)

Low: 30 (1973)

TOTAL BASES High: 1149 (1987)

Low: 328 (1973)

AT-BATS High: 2036 (1985)

Low: 1009 (1973)

RUNS High: 627 (1987)

Low: 167 (1973)

STOLEN BASES High: 234 (1987)

Low: 43 (2010)

HITS High: 705 (1987)

Low: 268 (1973)

STRIKEOUTS High: 443 (2004)

Low: 105 (1973)

DOUBLES High: 27 (1985)

Low: 24 (1973)

WALKS High: 379 (1987)

Low: 105 (1973)

High: 31 (1982)

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High: 578 (1987)

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

Low: .325 (1973)

Low: 5 (1973)

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ERA 1.76 3.36 3.36 3.49 3.03 3.47 3.25 3.89 3.04 4.05 4.19 3.49 3.74 4.37 4.87 4.62 3.76 4.21 4.88 4.24 4.08 4.09 3.21 6.11 4.65 5.04 4.65 3.60 4.81 4.74 4.87 5.28 6.07 5.69 4.14 3.86 4.33 4.80

G 30 44 42 51 51 37 44 38 44 54 49 54 64 58 55 55 53 53 46 55 47 54 54 46 54 48 52 56 58 53 47 51 52 51 50 56 49 50

W 22 33 32 33 37 24 32 25 33 41 34 41 44 32 45 39 33 35 26 28 30 32 38 18 32 25 32 40 34 25 23 17 17 17 25 31 25 19

L 8 10 10 17 14 13 11 12 11 13 15 13 19 26 10 16 19 18 19 27 17 21 16 27 22 23 19 18 23 28 24 33 35 34 25 25 24 30

T 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

SV 10 4 6 7 10 5 7 10 10 8 9 9 10 6 11 12 4 8 9 5 10 7 9 5 5 10 6 11 12 13 12 7 2 7 7 13 5 8

IP 260.1 364.1 378.0 485.0 448.0 311.1 376.1 328.2 358.0 466.2 394.2 430.1 515.0 485.2 469.0 457.0 443.0 447.0 389.0 454.0 403.2 449.0 463.0 377.0 443.2 412.1 441.1 490.0 498.0 429.0 386.1 432.2 433.0 439.2 441.2 485.1 444.2 440.1

H 199 349 303 413 401 274 309 332 316 417 368 N/A 451 488 511 444 438 421 396 451 427 438 404 422 445 449 484 451 538 459 428 483 543 511 431 450 476 451

R 91 182 178 250 202 142 172 186 183 278 251 210 316 317 327 296 267 258 258 279 251 249 224 332 277 284 302 257 324 285 263 332 398 347 257 249 270 272

ER 51 136 141 188 148 120 140 142 121 210 184 167 214 236 254 235 185 209 211 214 183 204 165 256 229 231 228 196 266 226 209 254 292 278 203 208 214 235

SO 179 227 230 303 346 175 277 254 281 341 287 315 497 330 305 284 328 337 296 329 277 290 396 289 427 321 349 329 422 370 375 305 342 351 394 362 307 307

BB 78 189 195 241 163 134 170 158 151 239 228 236 299 276 270 238 223 209 193 201 191 235 238 207 190 167 181 189 213 210 201 221 234 248 193 208 199 184

CG 13 15 16 13 20 7 3 9 12 11 9 14 16 18 14 8 14 10 6 18 14 8 6 11 10 9 7 13 2 5 3 6 4 6 3 2 9 2

SHO 4 6 3 6 5 4 5 4 5 3 3 8 5 4 3 1 5 6 3 7 5 3 7 0 3 2 3 5 1 3 1 1 0 4 1 7 6 4

HB 8 9 7 15 12 11 4 20 5 20 25 8 29 35 29 24 31 18 22 30 22 42 53 36 38 42 42 35 42 34 22 59 63 64 42 53 44 50

TEAM PITCHING

YEAR 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010

RECORDS (1973 - PRESENT) EARNED RUN AVERAGE High: 6.11 (1996) High: 45 (1987)

WINS

High: 1 (13 times – last 2010)

HITS High: 543 (2005)

EARNED RUNS High: 292 (2005)

Low: 51 (1973)

STRIKEOUTS High: 497 (1985)

Low: 51 (1973)

WALKS High: 299 (1985)

Low: 78 (1973)

Low: 8 (1973)

Low: 0 (24 times – last 2009)

SAVES High: 13 (2 times - last 2008) INNINGS PITCHED High: 515.0 (1985)

Low: 91 (1973)

Low: 17 (3 times – last 2006)

LOSSES High: 35 (2005) TIES

RUNS Low: 1.76 (1973) High: 398 (2005)

Low: 2 (2005) Low: 260.1 (1973) Low: 199 (1973)

High: 20 (1977) High: 8 (1984)

COMPLETE GAMES SHUTOUTS

Low: 2 (3 times - last 2010) Low: 0 (2 times - last 2005)

HIT BATSMEN High: 64 (2006)

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Low: 4 (1979)

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The following Seton Hall baseball players, coached by Mike Sheppard and Rob Sheppard went on to sign professional baseball contracts. A total of 94 former Pirates have moved on to the professional ranks, an average of more than two players a year since Sheppard took the reins in 1973. In 1975 and 1997, Sheppard sent six players onto professional contracts, and in 1977 and 1979, five players moved from South Orange to the world of professional baseball.

1973

PIRATES IN PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL

Kevin Tennant, C Paul Caffery, OF

1975 Marty Caffery, P Rico Bellini, SS Rick Cerone, C Len Glowzenski, P Ted Schoenhaus, OF Joe Trotter, P 1976 Ed Blankmeyer, 2B Greg Jemison, OF Dave Lombardi, P Dan Morogiello, P 1977 Todd Heimer, P Gene Laguna, C-3B-OF John Melody, P Charley Puleo, P George Ramos, OF 1979 Dave Schuman, OF John Seneca, P Bill Rittweger, 2B John Semerad, C John Moller, P 1980 Tom Schneider, P Mike Sheppard, 3B 1981 Henry Janssen, C Ed Reilly, P Mark Matzen, C Mike O’Beirne, P 1982 Eli Ben, OF Tim Byron, P John Morris, OF 1983 Lou DiChiaro, 2B 1984 Pat Pacillo, P Tony DeFrancesco, C

1985 San Francisco Giants Kansas City Royals New York Yankees Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians Texas Rangers San Francisco Giants New York Yankees Baltimore Orioles Texas Rangers New York Yankees Atlanta Braves Cleveland Indians New York Yankees Kansas City Royals Toronto Blue Jays Atlanta Braves Baltimore Orioles New York Yankees New York Mets Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers

Phil Cundari, P Larry Schwartz, P Pete Mancini, IF Bob Schepis, OF

Rich Scheid, P Doug Cinnella, P

California Angels Houston Astros

Houston Astros Houston Astros Cinncinati Reds New York Mets

Texas Rangers New York Yankees Kansas City Royals

Baltimore Orioles Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox

1986

1987 Craig Biggio, C Marteese Robinson, 1B Ralph Soto, OF 1988 John Valentin, SS 1989 Maurice Vaughn, 1B Kevin Morton, P Dana Brown, OF 1990 Jeff DiNuzzo, P Mike Lamitola, 2B Sam Mandia, P Mike Randazzo, OF 1991 Mike Groppuso, 3B Dennis Sweeney, P Mike Feoli, OF 1992 Kevin Legault, P Ted Klamm, P 1993 Steve Hayward, P 1994 Chad Frontera, P Paul Ottavinia, OF 1995 Alex Andreopoulos, C Ryan Gorecki, 2B Mike Moriarty, SS Matt Morris, P 1997 Mike Condon, SS Jim Duffy, 1B Joe Gangemi, P Jason Grilli, P David Kim, OF Alex Melconian, 1B

Oakland Athletics Cincinnati Reds Baltimore Orioles Houston Astros New York Yankees Baltimore Orioles Houston Astros Oakland Athletics St. Louis Cardinals Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox New York Mets Philadelphia Phillies Chicago White Sox Baltimore Orioles Toronto Blue Jays Chicago White Sox Houston Astros Minnesota Twins St. Louis Cardinals Minnesota Twins Pittsburgh Pirates Boston Red Sox San Francisco Giants Montreal Expos

1998 Brian Ridley, P Dan Hummel, C/DH 1999 Paul Viole, P Cameron Esslinger, P Derek Hurley, P 2000 Tony Calabrese, SS Damon Ponce de Leon, P Ray Navarrete, 3B 2001 B.J. Benik, P Shawn Tarkington, P 2002 Isaac Pavlik, P 2003 Elvys Quezada, P Casey Grimm, OF Dave Kady, C 2004 Chris Noonan, P Joey Scott, P 2005 Tim Pahuta, INF Tim Sabo, P 2007 Dan Merklinger Dan McDonald 2008 Greg Miller Corey Young 2009 Sean Black Keith Cantwell Chris Affinito

Houston Astros St. Louis Cardinals New York Mets Colorado Rockies Pittsburgh Pirates New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Pittsburgh Pirates Chicago Cubs Minnesota Twins Colorado Rockies New York Yankees St. Louis Cardinals Houston Astros St. Louis Cardinals Oakland Athletics Washington Nationals Chicago White Sox Milwaukee Brewers New York Mets Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers New York Yankees Arizona Diamondbacks Oakland Athletics

Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers Minnesota Twins St. Louis Cardinals Anaheim Angels Houston Astros Anaheim Angels San Francisco Giants St. Louis Cardinals Florida Marlins Dan Merklinger, drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in 2007, will begin the 2011 season on the club’s 40-man roster.

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CRAIG BIGGIO, 2B Houston Astros

POSITION PLAYERS 1921 1922-24 1925

BILLY BURKE, P Boston Red Sox

1910-11

RICK CERONE, C Cleveland Indians 1975-76 Toronto Blue Jays 1977-79 New York Yankees 1980-84,1990 Atlanta Braves 1985 Milwaukee Brewers 1986 Boston Red Sox 1988-89 New York Mets 1991 Montreal Expos 1992

KEVIN “CHUCK” CONNORS, P/1B Brooklyn Dodgers 1949 Chicago Cubs 1951 DAN COOMBS, P Houston Colt 45’s Houston Astros San Diego Padres

1963 1964-69 1970-71

JOHN (CY) FERRY, P Pittsburgh Pirates 1910-13

HANK FISHER, P Milwaukee Braves Atlanta Braves Cincinnati Reds Boston Red Sox

JASON GRILLI, P Florida Marlins Chicago White Sox Detroit Tigers Colorado Rockies Texas Rangers Cleveland Indians

BILL HENRY, P New York Yankees

1962-65 1966 1966 1966-67 2000-03 2004-05 2005-08 2008-09 2009 2010 1966

PLAYER Chris Affinito Brandon Cohen Ray Navarrete Tim Pahuta Anthony Seratelli

PITCHERS

(‘10 TEAM – AFFILIATION, LEVEL) (Athletics – Athletics R) (Evansville Otters --IND) (Long Island Ducks -- IND ) (Harrisburg Senators -- Nationals AA) (Northwest Ark. Naturals – Royals AA)

TED LEPICO, IF Boston Red Sox Detroit Tigers Philadelphia Phillies Chicago White Sox Minnesota Twins

1952-59 1959 1960 1961 1961

ED MADJESKI, C Philadelphia A’s Chicago White Sox New York Giants

1932-34 1934 1937

MIKE MORIARTY Baltimore Orioles

2002

DAN MOROGIELLO, P Baltimore Orioles 1983 JOHN MORRIS, OF St. Louis Cardinals Philadelphia Phillies

1986-90 1991-92

MATT MORRIS, P St. Louis Cardinals San Francisco Giants Pittsburgh Pirates

1997-05 2005-07 2007-08

KEVIN MORTON, P Boston Red Sox Kansas City Royals

PLAYER Sean Black Keith Cantwell Jason Grilli Dan Merkingler Isaac Pavlik Elvys Quezada Corey Young

(‘10 TEAM – AFFILIATION, LEVEL) (Tampa Yankees – Yankees A) (Yamika Bears – Diamondbacks A) (Columbus Clippers - Indians AAA) (Nashville Sounds - Brewers AAA) (New Jersey Jackals -- IND) (Fargo-Moorhead Redhawks - IND) (Frisco RoughRiders – Rangers AA)

JOE PEPLOSKI, IF Detroit Tigers

1913

CHARLIE PULEO, P New York Mets Cincinnati Reds Atlanta Braves

1981-82 1983-84 1985-89

OTTO RETTIG, P Philadelphia A’s

1922

ED SANICKI, OF Philadelphia Phillies

1949, 1951

JOE SHANNON, IF Boston Braves

1915

MAURY SHANNON, IF Boston Braves Philadelphia A’s Boston Red Sox Washington Senators Chicago Cubs

1915 1917, 1921 1919 1920 1926

RICH SCHEID, P Houston Astros Florida Marlins

1992-93 1993-95

1991-92 1993

STEVE NAGY, P Pittsburgh Pirates Washington Senators

JOHN VALENTIN, IF Boston Red Sox New York Mets

1992-01 2001-02

1947 1950

PAT PACILLO, P Cincinnati Reds

MAURICE VAUGHN, 1B Boston Red Sox 1991-98 Anaheim Angels 1999-01 New York Mets 2002-03

1987-88

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FRANK BRUGGY, C Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia A’s Cincinnati Reds

RECENT SETON HALL BASEBALL ALUMNI

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Pirates greats (clockwise from left to right): Mo Vaughn, John Valentin, Craig Biggio, and Marteese Robinson.

Three years after former St. Louis Cardinal pitcher Matt Morris was named The Sporting News Comeback Player of the Year, Morris helped the club to the best record in the majors and a trip to the World Series in 2003. The Cardinal ace finished with a 15-10 mark and a 4.72 ERA. He recorded 131 strikeouts in 202.0 innings. The former Seton Hall ace made the first All-Star Game appearance of his career in 2001 and went on to finish third in the voting for the National League Cy Young Award. Morris left the Cardinals at the end of the 2005 season and currently plays for the San Francisco Giants. Houston Astros second baseman, Craig Biggio, became just the ninth player to collect 3,000 hits with the same team on June 28, 2007. The four-time Gold Glove winner, made his 17th consecutive start on Opening Day in 2005, building onto the franchise record. Biggio, the Astros’ all-time leader in hits and doubles, ranks in the major league’s top-100 alltime for career runs scored. Biggio helped the Astros to the League Championship Series after hitting .281 with 24 home runs and 63 RBI in 2003. In 2005, Biggio became the only player in Major League history to reach all of the following milestones: 600 doubles, 250 HR, 2,700 hits,and 400 stolen bases. In addition, Biggio led the Astros in 2005 to their only appearance in the World Series where they were defeated in four games by the White Sox. Following the end of the 2007 season, Biggio announced his retirement after 20 successful seasons in Major League Baseball. Former Pirate ace Jason Grilli, spent 2004 with the Chicago White Sox, and is currently playing for the Detriot Tigers. A former first round pick of the San Francisco Giants, Grilli recorded a 2-3 record with the White Sox in eight starts in 2004, and was 1-1 with the Tigers in 2005. John Valentin played 11 seasons in the majors with the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets. He last played in the majors in 2002, appearing in 114 games for the Mets. Valentin spent much of his career playing with Vaughn on the Red Sox and hit .279 with 124 home runs and 558 RBI. He also finished in the top 10 of balloting for the 1995 MVP award. Mo Vaughn retired after spending the 2003 season with the New York Mets. The Seton Hall career home run record holder played 12 seasons in the pros, hitting .293 with 328 home runs and 1,064 RBI. Vaughn won the 1995 AL MVP award, while with the Boston Red Sox.

(Clockwise from left to right): John Valentin, Mo Vaughn, Craig Biggio, and Marteese Robinson.

YEAR 1985 1986 1987 Totals

GP 61 56 55 172

AB 191 168 214 573

R 32 65 97 194

CRAIG BIGGIO (1985-87) H 2B 3B 50 8 4 59 9 7 87 17 7 196 34 18

HR 4 9 14 27

RBI 37 43 68 148

SB-AS 18-23 42-51 30-32 90-106

AVG .262 .351 .407 .342

YEAR 1995 1996 1997 Totals

G-GS 14-12 13-11 16-13 43-36

W-L 8-2 5-5 6-4 19-11

ERA 1.85 4.25 4.65 3.58

JASON GRILLI (1995-97) SV IP H 0 77.2 73 1 72.0 63 1 81.1 61 2 231.0 197

R 20 41 46 107

ER 16 34 42 92

BB 34 29 34 97

SO 63 68 125 256

YEAR 1993 1994 1995 Totals

G-GS 16-10 14-10 14-14 44-34

W-L 6-4 5-5 10-3 21-12

ERA 4.33 3.84 2.68 3.57

MATT MORRIS (1993-95) SV IP H 4 81.0 97 0 77.1 67 0 94.0 64 4 252.1 228

R 54 38 33 125

ER 39 33 28 100

BB 24 45 54 123

SO 37 53 104 194

YEAR 1986 1987 1988 Totals

GP 52 45 52 149

AB 142 129 186 457

R 33 24 64 121

JOHN VALENTIN (1986-88) H 2B 3B 42 6 3 32 4 2 73 21 3 147 31 8

HR 2 2 5 9

RBI 23 24 52 99

SB-AS 7-7 4-4 7-10 18-21

AVG .296 .248 .392 .322

YEAR ­1987 1988 1989 Totals

GP 53 49 48 150

AB 189 162 165 516

R 84 49 48 181

MO VAUGHN (1987-89) H 2B 3B 81 7 0 75 16 0 59 13 2 215 36 2

HR 28 14 15 57

RBI 90 70 58 218

SB-AS 11-12 9-12 13-16 33-40

AVG .429 .463 .358 .416

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June 27-June 30 July 11-July 14 July 18-July 21 July 25-July 28 August 1-August 4

NEW JERSEY’S FIRST FAMILY OF BASEBALL Organized and run by New Jersey’s first family of baseball, the “HUSTLER’S” camp staff is comprised of members of the Sheppard family and long-time coaching associates. Coach Sheppard’s sons are also key members of the coaching staff. Mike, Jr. led his Seton Hall Prep team to the 1997, 1998, 1999 and 2000 Greater Newark Tournament titles. A premier teacher of the game, Mike’s team was the topranked team in New Jersey in 2001. John is the Head Baseball Coach and Athletic Director at Morristown Beard High School. His squad has won the Prep School state championship three of the last five years. John’s specialty is power hitting and infield play. After seven seasons as an assistant coach at Seton Hall, Rob was promoted to associate head coach where he helped in the development of the Pirates fundamental skills, and is now head coach of the Pirates. Shep’s nephew, Tim Byron, a former Seton Hall great and six-year member of the New York Yankee organization, was a member of the 1997 inducted class for the SHU Athletic Hall of Fame. He led his Old Tappan team to the state championship in 2000. Byron will headline the pitching instruction. Phil Cundari, a 1985 All-American at Seton Hall and a professional player in the Oakland Athletics organization, is in his fourth season as the pitching coach at Seton Hall. Mike Cocco will also return as an instructor. Prominent area coaches along with several of Shep’s current and former professional players come to campus to teach and demonstrate their skills. A full-time certified trainer will be on duty to administer to the campers’ medical needs.

FOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAYERS...

This section of the camp is a “Prep” portion to evaluate and prepare the player for his next level of competition. Players get a chance to showcase their talents while receiving excellent instruction in needed areas identified by evaluation. This “Prep” section is a must for aspiring baseball players. College recruiting and academics will be discussed. Check off the “Prep” section on your application.

Every Camper Will Receive:

Camp T-Shirt • Skill Evaluation Sheet • Individual Instruction

Mike Sheppard, Sr., a Seton Hall and ABCA Hall of Famer and Head Coach Emeritus speaks to the Pirates prior to a game. Sheppard, along with his son Rob (left), the Pirates eighth year head coach, will return for another season of the Mike Sheppard Hustler’s Baseball School beginning in June.

CANCELLATION POLICY

All requests for cancellation must be made in writing to the camp office. All monies paid with the exception of the $50 administrative fee will be returned if the written request is made at least one week prior to the start of camp. No refunds will be given less than one week prior to camp. Fees will be applied to a future camp.

CAMP PHILOSOPHY

The best coaches and players in the area will be providing instruction in all phases of the game. Your goal should be to learn the right way to improve your individual skill level so you can make the “team” and play your “best.” There will be large and small group instruction with individual instruction, feedback drills, skill acquisition, exercises and instructional games. This is an action camp and the drills and games are designed for that purpose. Players will be grouped by age initially; they will be adjusted according to skill level and the nature of the drill.

LOCATION AND FACILITIES

The Hustlers Baseball School uses the Owen T. Carroll Baseball Field. The field features two batting cages and five pitching mounds. For our little leaguers, small diamonds are available on the Ivy Hill Complex on the lower part of campus. In case of inclement weather, the Brennan Recreation Center and Walsh Gym are equipped with two batting cages and all-purpose mounds. In keeping with the camp’s philosophy of individual improvement of the player, enrollment is limited to small numbers to aide in the individual instruction. Enroll early to ensure a spot.

We SOLD OUT last year!!!

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL THE SETON HALL BASEBALL OFFICE AT 973-761-9557

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BASEBALL CAMP FIVE GREAT WEEKS

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WELcome to seton hall university


On our campus and within our classrooms we have built a home for the mind, the heart, and the spirit.

FOR THE MIND: We offer more than 60 majors and concentrations taught by 860 full-time faculty, in five undergraduate schools — with practical, real-world emphasis.

FOR THE HEART: We offer a compassionate, diverse and collaborative environment that focuses on academic and ethical development.

FOR THE SPIRIT: Our faith and spiritual commitments inspire faculty to educate student to become servant leaders in their personal and professional lives, in their community and in their global society. In our valued-centered curricula, programs and extracurricular activities, we focus on academics and development of the individual. Our graduates continue to prove themselves as leaders in their professions and communities. Seton Hall gives you all the resources you would find in a large university. But with only 5,200 undergraduates and a 15:1student-faculty ratio, you get the personal attention of a small liberal arts college.

“Seton Hall is about caring and sharing – to pass a torch to students that is burning brighter than the one passed to us!”

- Tony Lovisck, Ph.D. Chair, Finance and Legal Studies Stillman School of Businees


Our focus is ethical leadership. Increasingly, using a strong moral compass to direct your lifestyle and work ethic is an important component in forging a successful career. This is why we offer classes in ethics and, beyond that, education guided by Catholic ideals and universal values.

“Seton Hall provides a values-based education. Service learning is an intrinsic element of this. Value-neutral learning is like a ship at sea with no rudder.�

- Krystal Kramer International Relations Prescott, Arizona

We encourage ongoing, across-the-curriculum discussions on the ethics of business, medicine, teaching and other disciplines and urge you to use your personal morals and values in debating issues and making decisions. Underscoring our national prominence in emphasizing service learning and nurturing the spirit, the John Templeton Foundation has named Seton Hall as one of the country’s leaders in developing the character of its students.


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Our faculty comprise of a distinguished group of scholars that have earned advanced degrees both in the U.S. and abroad. You will study alongside these learned men and women collaborating with them in developing new concepts and researching meaningful topics. And don’t think they won’t be involved in your academic careers — personal attention is at the heart of academic excellence.

“I give the highest importance to my contact with students … they are the school’s most important asset.”

- Ambassador S. Azmat Hassan (Ret.) Senior Faculty Associate Whitehead School of Diplomacy and International Relations

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165 The Hall’s campus expands dramatically when you include the surrounding areas. Hop the train to the next town west, Maplewood, for a slice of pizza, or two stops and you are in Milburn with great sushi restaurants or just a few more and you are in Summit where you can do shopping at clothing stores like Benetton or Roots, Inc. And don’t forget the Jersey Shore or skiing in Northern New Jersey in the winter.

“I love our proximity to New York. Our location just sweetened the deal for me.”

- Matt Steele

Political Science/Classical Studies/History Cincinnati, Ohio Combine a student-discounted New Jersey Transit ticket, with 30 minutes train-time, and you’re at Penn Station, Midtown Manhattan. From there, train, bus or walk to the neighborhood of your choice. Time Square’s Theater District: plays and musicals. Upper Fifth Avenue, dubbed Museum Mile; venerable institutions like the Metropolitan and the Guggenheim. Head Downtown and check out the financial district including the New York Stock Exchange. Besides the cultural and entertainment opportunities New York’s borough of Manhattan provides, many students take advantage of internships with museums, nonprofit and government agencies, law and accounting firms, television and print media — the list goes on and on.

9 NCAA APPEARANCES • 4 NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHTS • 1 NCAA FINAL FOUR


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athletics hALL OF FAME Name (Inducted, Sport, Decade) Casie Alexander (2004, Volleyball, 90’s) First inductee from the volleyball program… Graduated as all-time NCAA leader in service aces (416). Tracy Baskin (2008, Track & Field, 1983-87) Three-time NCAA All-Anmerica... First NCAA National Champion for Seton Hall. William Belfer (1981, Track & Field, 60’s) School record holder in the shot put and discus and IC4A champion. Roy N. Belliveau (1986, Basketball, Track & Field, 50’s) Record holder in the javelin… Scored 652 career points in basketball. Louis C. Benza (1980, Swimming, 50’s) Three-time Eastern Collegiate backstroke and freestyle champion. Craig A. Biggio (1996, Baseball, 80’s) Career collegiate batting average of .342… Single season school record holder in games played (61) and runs scored (97). Edward A. Blankmeyer (1986, Baseball, 70’s) First player recruited by coach Mike Sheppard… Batted .418 as a sophomore, ranked 18th in the U.S. Alfred Booth (1981, Baseball, 40’s) Played on the 11-0 team in 1942… Batted .477 as a sophomore. Harry T. Boutsikaris (1974, Fencing, 40’s) (Lifetime Achievement Award, 1989) Eastern Intercollegiate Foil and Sabre champion in 1942… Returned as head coach in the 1960’s and coached for nearly three decades. Gregory Boutsikaris (1984, Fencing, 70’s) Compiled a 124-20 career record… Member of three North Atlantic Conference Championship teams. Thomas H. Boutsikaris (1982, Fencing, 70’s) All-American in foil in 1975 and 1976… Posted a 113-3 career record. Robert E. Brennan (1991, Honorary) Avid supporter of Seton Hall athletics, and donated the lead gifts to the campaign for the Recreation Center. Harry Bright (2002, Track & Field, 1948-51) Member of mile relay teams which won the back-to-back Millrose Games titles and the National AAU Sprint Medley Championship. Howard Brock (1982, Track & Field, 70’s) All-American, All-IC4A, and All-New Jersey selection… Ran on 14 championship relay teams. Harry Brooks (1979, Basketball, 50’s) Member of the 1953 NIT Champion team… Scored 856 points in his career. Jodi Brooks (2002, Basketball, 1990-94) Helped Pirates to the NCAA “Sweet 16” and national ranking of 14th in 1994... Honorable mention All-America. Dana Brown (2008, Baseball, 1985-89) Three-time BIG EAST First Team selection... Holds several Seton Hall career records. Mark Bryant (1997, Basketball, 80’s) All-BIG EAST in 1988 and member of the first Pirate team to appear in the NCAA Tournament. Frederick F. Buechel, M.D. (1981, Wrestling, 60’s) First wrestler to be inducted… Won numerous AAU and collegiate titles. Timothy A. Byron (1997, Baseball, 80’s) In four seasons, never posted a losing record… Owns more career victories than any other pitcher. Martin Caffrey (1989, Baseball, 70’s) Pitched in the College World Series two times… Earned run average ranked among the top 10 nationally. Dan Callandrillo (1989, Basketball, 80’s) Fourth all-time leading scorer (1,985 points)… BIG EAST Player of the Year and the nation’s third leading scorer in 1982. Rev. James A. Carey (1974, Athletic Director) Dynamic administrator who led Seton Hall to national prominence in the 40’s and 50’s. P.J. Carlesimo (2002, Basketball Coach, 1982-94) Coached Pirates to the 1989 Final Four and was the National Coach of the Year... Coached 12 seasons making seven post-season appearances. Owen T. Carroll (1973, Baseball Coach, 1948-72) Legendary coach who had 300 victories as well as two NCAA District II Championships and two College World Series appearances Robert L. Carter (1974, Track & Field, 50’s) Member of mile relay team which won 1951 Indoor Intercollegiate and National Championship. Gary G. Cavallo (1978, Baseball/Basketball, 70’s) Scored 820 points and had 504 career rebounds… Compiled a three-year ERA of 2.31 while making a College World Series appearance. John P. Caufield (1982, Honorary) Established the basketball season ticket program… Conducted basketball and baseball clinics in the city of Newark.

Richard Cerone (1982, Baseball, 70’s) All-American catcher and Academic All-American in 1975… Number-one draft choice of the Cleveland Indians in 1975. Pamela M. Cerruti (1991, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks 10th all-time in assists (280) with 817 career points. Dean V. Cetrulo (1974, Fencing, 40’s) National Intercollegiate Champion in the foil and sabre… Won the bronze medal in both at the 1948 Olympics. Gerald I. Cetrulo (1974, Fencing Coach, 1937-42) Introduced fencing to Seton Hall… Led the Pirates to 70 straight victories, two National Championships, and four Eastern Championships. Leslie S. Chavies (1986, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks seventh on all-time scoring list (1,360 points)… Member of the 1979 EAIAW Small College Champion team. Mary Beth Childs (2008, Honorary) Former two-sport athlete at Seton Hall... Dedicated and loyal contributor. Paul W. Choi (1984, Tennis, 50’s) Posted a 41-3 career record including tournament competition. Harry A. Coates (1975, Track Coach, 20’s-40’s) Coached some of the greatest relay teams in school history, in addition to Olympians. Edwin J. Collins (1978, Honorary) Despite losing part of his lower leg, earned a varsity letter as a goalkeeper for the Seton Hall soccer team. Brian D. Conlan (1979, Football, 30’s) Captain of three Seton Hall football teams, playing both offense and defense. Edward A. Coppola (1977, Honorary) Head athletic trainer for over 30 years. Anthony P. Cuccolo (1991, Basketball, 60’s) Tenacious defender who also scored 921 career points. Phil Cundari (2010, Baseball, 80’s) Second Team All-American and BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year in 1985... Second all-time in Seton Hall history in career wins. Robin L. Cunningham (1984, Basketball/ Tennis, 70’s) First woman to receive an athletic scholarship and have number retired (32)… Scored 1,003 career points while posting a 52-15 record in tennis singles. Morris J. Curotta (1977, Track & Field, 50’s) Ran on mile relay teams which won IC4A indoor and outdoor titles in 1951… Member of 1948 and 1952 Australian Olympic Teams. Gerald E. Dalton (1982, Honorary) Student manager for basketball and track teams… Chairman of the first Hall of Fame Committee. Melvin J. Dalton (1980, Track & Field, 20’s) Undefeated in all cross country and two-mile events in 1925… U.S. Olympic team member in steeplechase in 1928. Samuel D’Ambola (1976, Fencing, 40’s) Member of the 1942 Eastern Intercollegiate Champion team that won 68 straight matches. Alfred Daley (1984, Track & Field, 70’s) Two-time All-American … Member of 1976 and 1980 Jamaican Olympic mile relay teams. Robert E. Davies (1973, Basketball, 40’s) Two-time All-American and leading scorer for three seasons… On NBA’s Silver Anniversary team. Richard E. Dec (1979, Basketball, 60’s) All-America honorable mention… Had 1,123 career points, while never missing a game. Terry Dehere (2002, Basketball, 1989-93) All-time leading scorer and consensus All-American... First Pirate to have his number retired while an active player. Francis E. Delany (1977, Basketball/Baseball, 30’s & 40’s) Four-year member of basketball team and captain of the 15-1 baseball squad. Norman J. Dermody, Jr. (1981, Baseball, 60’s) School record holder in career shutouts (9) and tied for complete games (21)... 1967 Met Conference Pitcher of the Year. Anna Cavanaugh Dierickx (1980, Honorary) First woman inducted into the Hall of Fame… Strong supporter of Seton Hall athletics. Edward A. Dierickx (1973, Honorary) Member of “Friends of Seton Hall University” and an honorary member of the Seton Hall Alumni Federation. Victor J. DiFilippo (1989, Lifetime Achievement Award) Credited with starting the physical education program, teaching for 44 years… One of the first coaches/trainers of Seton Hall athletes. Sue (Dilley) Regan (1989, Women’s Basketball Coach, 1973-85) Won 193 games and made six AIAW Tournament appearances with a title in 1979.

9 NCAA APPEARANCES • 4 NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHTS • 1 NCAA FINAL FOUR


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athletics hALL OF FAME Charles Doehler (1997, Freshman Baseball Coach) Freshman baseball coach for 15 years with a winning percentage of .950… Credited with the development of many Seton Hall greats. John V. Donovan, Jr. (1979, Baseball, 70’s) School record-holder for shutouts in a season (5) and complete games (21)… Second in U.S. in 1969 with a 0.62 ERA. Most Rev. John J. Dougherty (1978, Honorary) University President from 1959 to 1969 who held strong beliefs in the value of athletics to education process. Walter J. Dukes, Jr. (1973, Basketball, 50’s) All-American and Haggerty Award recipient… All-time leading rebounder (1,697) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions. William J. Eyres (1981, Honorary) One of the major supporters of the university... Founder of the Winners’ Circle for the basketball program. Msgr. Thomas G. Fahy (1975, Athletic Director, 50’s) Served as athletic director for several years in the 1950’s. Larry Falcon (1984, Baseball, 60’s) Owned a 14-4 career record with a career ERA of 1.26. Milton A. Feller (1976, Baseball, 20’s) Outstanding outfielder for the baseball team from 1922 to 1925. Msgr. William Noe Field (1984, Honorary) First basketball season ticket holder after Walsh Gym was built, never missing a home game through 1966. Benjamin F. Fields (1982, Track & Field, 70’s) School record holder in the high jump… All-American in 1975, while ranking among the top 10 high jumpers in the world. Rev. Francis J. Finn (1976, Honorary) One of the originators of the annual “Friends of Seton Hall” dinner. Peter X. Finnerty (1976, Baseball/Basketball, 40’s) Captained baseball and basketball teams… Member of the undefeated basketball squad in 1940. Theodore A. Fiore (1980, Baseball, 60’s) All-District II team as an outfielder while driving in 37 runs. Robert B. Fisher (1986, Basketball, 40’s) Second leading scorer on basketball team that posted a 55-5 record over three years. Msgr. Edward J. Fleming (1986, Honorary) Worked to enrich varsity sports at the university… Served as chairman of the Athletic Council. Frank S. Fletcher (1982, Track & Field, 40’s) Ran on world-record setting two-mile relay team in 1942. Frank Fox (2000, Track & Field, ‘40’s) Member of mile relay teams which captured two IC4A and Millrose game championships... Was a 1948 All-American. Leslie A. Fries (1974, Basketball/Baseball, 20’s) Captain of the baseball team and three-year captain of the basketball team. Richard W. Gaines (1978, Basketball, 50’s) Ranks 13th on all-time scoring list (1,511) while on two NIT teams. Nicholas Galis (1991, Basketball, 70’s) Ranks as the 10th all-time leading scorer (1,651) points and 8th in assists (410)… Averaged 27.5 ppg, third in nation as senior. George J. Germann, Sr. (1977, Track & Field, 60’s) On 1963-64 National AAU two-mile relay championship team. Herbert J Germann (1978, Track & Field, 60’s) First NCAA Champion in school history in any sport (1,000 yard run). David Gerstein (2004, Honorary) Co-founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics. John Gibson (2000, Track & Field Coach, 1945-72) Legendary coach who guided Seton Hall athletes to numerous national and intercollegiate championships, in relays and individual events. Ozelina Gorham (1997, Basketball, 80’s) Ranks second all-time in four categories- points (1,668), rebounds (1,224), steals (252), and field goals made (665). Adrian Griffin (2010, Basketball, 90’s) Scored 1,414 career points and won the Haggerty Award and BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1995. James Hanna (1976, Soccer, 50’s) Three-time All-American… Played for teams which put together two 18-game unbeaten streaks. Michael W. Hannon (1975, Basketball/Baseball, 50’s) Member of the 1953 NIT Champions… Hit .355 while playing right field.

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P.J. Carlesimo

Robin Cunningham

Flirtisha Harris (2004, Track & Field, 90’s) Earned All-America status in 400 meter run or 1600 meter relay 13 times during her career. Todd Heimer (1986, Baseball, 70’s) Notched a 20-7 career pitching record with a career 2.92 ERA. Edward J. Heine, Sr. (1978, Baseball/Football/Basketball/Track, 10’s) Only four-sport letterman in school history with a total of 11. John C. Henderson (1974, Honorary) Loyal athletics fan who was member of the University Board of Trustees. Kevin Hennessey (1989, Track & Field, 60’s) Won three national championships as a member of the two-mile relay teams. Ian Hennessy (2006, Men’s Soccer, 80’s) Led SHU to three BIG EAST titles and was Most Outstanding Player twice... Third Team All-American in 1987 Frank J. Hill, Sr. (1977, Basketball Coach, 1911-30) Compiled a 191-75-1 record as head coach. Robert Holm (1989, Basketball, 40’s) Standout for teams that won 39 straight games over a two-year span. Rev. John J. Horgan (1976, Athletic Director) Athletic Director from 1960 to 1972… Responsible for the building of the athletic “bubble”. Donald Horn (1997, Honorary) Founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund in 1960, known then as “Friends of Seton Hall University”. Msgr. Michael W. Hornak (1977, Basketball/Baseball, 20’s) Gifted athlete who played baseball and basketball. Paul Horowitz (1984, Honorary) Historian and publicity director for first 10 years of the Athletic Hall of Fame. Kenneth House (1978, Basketball, 70’s) One of four athletes to have compiled 1,000 points (1,670) and 1,000 rebounds (1,149) in career. Robert A. Issler (1980, Baseball/Golf, 70’s) Undefeated as a freshman pitcher… Won both Metropolitan and New Jersey Public Golf Championships. Peter D. Jones, Sr. (1979, Baseball/Basketball, 10’s) Third leading scorer on the basketball team for two seasons. Charles Joseph (1986, Track & Field, 70’s) Two-time All-American and All-IC4A honoree eight times. Arturas Karnisovas (2008, Basketball, 1990-94) Scored over 1,500 career points and led Pirates two BIG EAST Tournament Championships. O. Lawrence Keefe (1976, Honorary) Was the first full-time sports information director. Msgr. James F. Kelley (1975, Honorary) Youngest person to serve as president of a university when appointed in 1935. Rev. Michael E. Kelly (1986, Honorary) Member of the University Athletic Council and chairman of the Athletic Hall of Fame… Chaplain to the football and wrestling teams. Louis E. Kernan (1973, Honorary) Member of the Board of Trustees, former president of the “Friends of Seton Hall University”, and member of the President’s Advisory Board.


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Richard J. Regan

Raymond Keyes (1980, Baseball, 30’s) Shortstop who compiled a career average of .377. Kenneth Kunzman (2004, Honorary) Co-founder of the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund and co-chair of the Richie and Sue Regan Endowed Fund for Athletics. Aaron Kurtzman (1981, Swimming, 50’s) All-American in the butterfly while winning three Eastern Intercollegiate titles. James Lampariello (1991, Administration) Director of Sports Promotion from 1978 to 1982. Thaddeus S. Lepcio (1973, Baseball, 50’s) Member of the 1950 NCAA District II Champions that qualified for the College World Series. Msgr. Richard Liddy (2008, Administration) Men’s Basketball Chaplain for over two decades... Former acting University Chancellor John P. Ligos (1984, Basketball, 50’s) On team that compliled a record of 60-25 and qualified for two NIT berths. Msgr. Charles E. Lillis (1976, Athletic Director) Athletic Director from 1927 to 1945… Founder and director of the Seton Hall Track Carnival. Chester A. Lipski (1975, Track & Field, 40’s) Anchor of the two-mile relay team that set a then-world record at the 1942 Navy Relief Games. Charles F. Lorenzo (1979, Basketball, 50’s) Member of three NIT teams in the 1950’s… Scored 775 points in his career. Melvin Knight (1978, Basketball, 70’s) Had 775 career points and 243 rebounds, despite playing just 50 career games because of injuries. Robert N. Knoth (1978, Baseball, 40’s) One of the greatest hitters in baseball history, hitting .485 and .403 in his career. John A. Macknowski (1975, Basketball, 40’s) Member of the 1946-47 team that went 24-3. Edward W. Madjeski (1977, Baseball/Basketball/Soccer, 30’s) Earned nine letters in three sports. Albert L. Mamaux (1975, Baseball Head Coach, 1937-42) Compiled a 69-19 record, with an undefeated season in 1942. Phyllis A. Mangina (1991, Basketball/Softball, 80’s) All-time leader in steals (269) and tied for second in assists (441). Rev. John J. Mannion (1989, Honorary) Served as University chaplain for athletic teams and the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund. Richard E. Marks (1979, Baseball, 50’s) Owns a career batting average of .377 for 1958 and 1959 Metropolitan Conference champions. Peter Matischak (2010, Soccer, 80’s) Seton Hall’s all-time leader in goals, assists and points... Named BIG EAST Player of the Year in 1986. Francis P. Meehan (1973, Baseball/Basketball, 10’s) One of the first “big men” to play college basketball. Nick Menza (1989, Soccer Coach, 1958-84) Second on all-time coaching wins list for soccer with 106 in 27 seasons.

Megan Meyer (2010, Softball, 00’s) Two-time All-American both Academically and Athletically... Led team to back-to-back BIG EAST Championships. Peter A. Milone (1986, Fencing, 40’s) Four-time gold medalist at the Eastern Intercollegiate Conference championships with a 127-5 record. Charles Mitchel (1991, Basketball, 60’s) Scored 944 points in his career. John J. Monteleone (1977, Baseball/Soccer, 60’s) Career batting average of .335 and honorable mention All-America as a goalkeeper. John Moon (1997, Track & Field Coach, 1972-Present) Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year and 1994 National Women’s Coach of the Year… Has coached 19 Olympians and 64 All-Americans. John Morris (1989, Baseball, 80’s) All-America First Team as a junior… Set 12 records while playing. Matt Morris (2004, Baseball, 90’s) First Team All-American in 1995… First round draft pick of St. Louis Cardinals and eventual National League All-Star. John Morton (1997, Basketball, 80’s) Member of 1989 Final Four team who ranks 11th on all-time scoring list (1,621). Glenn Mosley (1984, Basketball, 70’s) One of four players to record 1,000 points (1,441) and 1,000 rebounds in a career… Led nation in rebounding in 1977 (16.3). Rev. Daniel A. Murphy (1980, Honorary) Considered one of the prime authorities on Seton Hall athletics history. John Murphy (1989, Basketball & Tennis Coach, 1960’s-80’s) Assistant basketball coach for 10 years and freshman team coach for eight. Thomas A. Murphy (1974, Honorary) Served as a scout for basketball coaches John “Honey” Russell and Richie Regan. Stephen Nagy (1975, Baseball, 40’s) Posted a collegiate pitching record of 22-1 with 13 consecutive wins. Al Negratti (1997, Basketball, 40’s) Key member of the John “Honey” Russell teams that compiled a record of 71-7. Julius Nicolai (2006, Baseball, 50’s) One of the top pitchers in the country during his time... Ranked eighth nationally with a 0.83 ERA in 1957. William T. Nolan (1975, Baseball, 50’s) All-American in his senior season with a batting average of .392. Pat O’Kelly (1997, Soccer, 80’s) First Team All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Year twice… Academic All-American and Hermann Trophy Finalist. Rev. John J. Outwater (1976, Baseball/Basketball, 20’s) Captain of the basketball team from 1924 to 1927. Patrick M. Pacillo (1991, Baseball, 80’s) Third team All-American in 1984… Helped team to a 41-13 record and an NCAA East Regional berth. Susan G. Patton (1991, Women’s Tennis Coach, 1972-90) Posted winning seasons in 17 of 18 years, with a career record of 162-57-1… Won the NJAIAW championship in 1982 and 1983. Michael Paul (1991, Track & Field, 80’s) BIG EAST Indoor Champion in the 400 meters in 1981… Ranked number-two in the world in the 400 meters. Edward R. Petrie (1978, Basketball, 50’s) Scored 943 points during his career… Member of 1955-56 NIT team. Derrick Peynado (1989, Track & Field, 80’s) Seven-time All-American and Member of 1981 and 1982 BIG EAST indoor champion teams. Kenneth P. Pine (1978, Basketball/Baseball, 40’s) On basketball team that won 41 consecutive games while posting a 25-3 pitching record. Joseph E. Polinski (1986, Soccer, 50’s) Led the team in scoring from 1950 to 1952. Austin M. Prokop (1977, Fencing, 40’s) Member of Eastern Intercollegiate Championship team and individual titlist in the foil. Charles Puleo (1984, Baseball, 70’s) Had a 21-7 record with 172 strikeouts for two College World Series teams. William Raftery (1984, Head Basketball Coach, 1970-81) Career record of 154-141 with four ECAC post-season berths and two NIT bids.

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athletics hALL OF FAME Ramon Ramos (2006, Basketball, 1985-89) Led Seton Hall to the 1989 NCAA Championship game... First Team All-BIG EAST player, shot .557 from the floor in his career. James R. Reardon (1981, Honorary) Co-founder of the Owen T. Carroll Diamond Club. Richard J. Regan (1973, Basketball) Ranks 28th on all-time scoring list (1,167) and member of the 1953 NIT Champions… Had 112 wins as coach. Rev. Francis D. Reynolds (1982, Basketball/Baseball/Football/Track, 20’s) Star fullback for the football team and a high jumper. James E. Reynolds (1979, Honorary) Served on the Alumni Board of Directors… Charter member of the “Friends of Seton Hall”. Paul Riccardi (1981, Fencing, 40’s) Won four Eastern Intercollegiate epee titles and U.S. Intercollegiate foil title. Arnold W. Ring (1980, Basketball, 50’s) Member of three NIT teams, including 1953 champions… Earned All-NIT Second Team honors. George Ring (2010, Honorary) Decorated Vietnam War veteran... University regent, trustee and recipient of the Distinguished Alumnus of the Year award Joseph S. Ritter, M.D. (1980, Baseball, 50’s) Captain of the 1959 team and District II All Star at shortstop. Joseph M. Robertson (1975, Honorary) Involved with the Winners’ Circle, the Diamond Club, and “Friends of Seton Hall”. Marteese Robinson (2002, Baseball, 1985-87) Nation’s leading hitter in 1987 for the BIG EAST champion team... Named the NCAA’s Co-Player of the Year and an All-America. John D. Russell (1973, Head Basketball Coach, 1937-43, 1949-60) Coach of the 1953 NIT championship… Holds a career record of 295-129. John Rutherburg (1997, Basketball, 40’s) Member of teams from 1940 to 1942 which won 41 straight games. Edward A. Sadowski (1974, Basketball, 30’s) All-America honorable mention in 1940. Geraldine Saintilus Smith (2010, Basketball, 80’s) All-time leading scorer with 1,804 career points... Named BIG EAST Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 1989. Robert Saugstad (1981, Golf, 60’s) Placed in top 10 individuall as team earned a fourth-place finish at the 1968 Metropolitan Intercollegiate Golf Championships. Frank B. Saul, Jr. (1973, Basketball, 40’s) First basketball player to score 1,000 career points (1,011). James H. Scheick (1979, Football, 60’s) Club Football All-American in 1968 and 1969. Manfred Schellscheidt (2008, Soccer Head Coach, 1988-present) Guided the Pirates to over 200 victories and two BIG EAST titles. Albert M. Senavitis (1982, Basketball, 60’s) Top playmaker who scored 904 career points. William R. Sheppell (1975, Soccer, 40’s) Three-time All-American (1948-50) who scored 3l career goals. Michael Sheppard, Sr. (1996, Baseball Head Coach, 1973-03) Led teams to 12 NCAA Tournament bids and two College World Series appearances… Three-time BIG EAST Coach of the Year. Michael Sheppard, Jr. (1991, Baseball, 80’s) Outstanding fielding shortstop, had 115 consecutive chances without making an error. Thomas J. Sheridan (1977, Honorary) Worked at Seton Hall for over 30 years… Has annual award in his memory for baseball player. Harry F. Singleton (1976, Basketball/Soccer/Baseball, 20’s) Seton Hall’s first All-Eastern selection in basketball and soccer. Eugene Smith (2010, Golf, 90’s) 2000 BIG EAST Individual Champion... Won a Seton Hall record six career tournaments... Led team to four NCAA Regional appearances. Kelly Smith (2008, Soccer, 1997-2000) First women’s soccer player to be inducted... Two-time NCAA statistical champion in goals and points per game. Charles Slade (1979, Track & Field, 50’s) Member of two Intercollegiate champion mile-relay teams and squad which won five straight championship events at MSG.

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Frank L. Spatuzzi (1980, Baseball, 30’s) Played four years, hitting over .400 two seasons. Andrew W. Stanfield (1973, Track & Field, 50’s) Three-time National AAU 60 yard and 200 meter champion… Won three Olympic gold medals in 1952 and 1956. Msgr. Edwin V. Sullivan (1997, Honorary) Baseball team’s chaplain for over 25 years. John H. Suminski (1982, Basketball, 60’s) Scored 846 points in his career. Golden L. Sunkett (1981, Basketball, 60’s) Holds the single season assist record (197) and per game average (8.57). Phillip Thigpen, Sr. (1976, Track & Field, 40’s) National AAU 1,000 yard champion in 1948 and three-time IC4A champion. Frank J. Tracey (1979, Honorary) High school basketball coach who had tremendous influence in bringing athletes to Seton Hall. John S. Tracey (1977, Baseball, 60’s) All-American in 1964 for team which went to College World Series. Msgr. Joseph P. Tuite (1989, Honorary) Assistant athletic director and director of the basketball office in the 1940’s. Frank Turner (2004, Track & Field, 40’s & 50’s) Member of mile-relay team that won IC4A and NYAC championships at MSG… Ran lead-off leg on dominant relay teams of the early 1950’s. Gregory M. Tynes (1986, Basketball, 70’s) One of only three players to have over 2,000 career points, 2,059 3rd all-time… Honorable mention All-American. John W. Valentin (1996, Baseball, 80’s) All-American third team and All-BIG EAST, hitting .392 as a junior. Andrew Valmon (1997, Track & Field, 80’s) Three-time All-American and holder of three records… Two-time Olympic gold medalist on 1984 and 1988 mile relay teams. Maurice Vaughn (1996, Baseball, 80’s) Three-time All-American and BIG EAST Player of the Decade… School’s all-time career leader in home runs and RBI. Jerry Walker (2004, Basketball, ‘90s) 1993 BIG EAST Defensive Player of the Year… Led Pirates to two BIG EAST titles and three NCAA appearances. Frank E. Walsh, Jr. (1991, Honorary) Major supporter of the University’s athletic program… Chair of the Board of Regents. Robert F. Wanzer (1974, Basketball, 40’s) Led 1946-47 team to a 24-3 and had number retired… Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame inductee. Louis F. Welaj (1981, Baseball, 40’s) Helped Pirates put together a 26-game winning streak over 1941 and 1942 seasons. Nicholas G. Werkman III (1972, Basketball, 60’s) Second on the all-time scoring list (2,273) career points… One of four players with over 1,000 career points and 1,000 career rebounds. Mark Whitford (2010, Honorary) Two-time NCAA qualifying wrestler... Member of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame... Fire fighter who died in 9/11 terror attacks in NYC. Richard S. Wieczezak (1982, Baseball, 60’s) All-America third team and member of 1964 College World Series squad. Angela Williams (2006, Track & Field, 80’s) First female All-American at SHU, earning the honor twice... Competed at the 1984 and 1988 Summer Olympics. Shana Williams (2008, Track & Field, 1989-93) Seven-time NCAA All-America and 13-time BIG EAST Champion... First woman in BIG EAST history to win the outdoor high jump four times. Robert Wussler (2006, Honorary) Generous supporter of Seton Hall athletics... Former member of the Board of Regents Dana Wynne (2004, Basketball, 90’s) All-time leader in rebounding in BIG EAST play… Led nation in rebounding in 1996… Three-time honorable mention All-America. A. Zachary Yamba (1980, Soccer, 60’s) Scored 21 goals in 1962, a record that lasted for 24 years. Hector Zamora (2006, Men’s Soccer, 90’s) One of the finest men’s soccer players at SHU... First Team All-American and adidas Scholar-Athlete All-American as a senior. * Special thanks to Robert L. Carter ’51, a 1974 Hall of Fame Inductee, for his assistance in the compilation of this list.


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notable alumni Craig Biggio,Former Professional Baseball Player, Houston Astros Mark Bryant, Former Professional Basketball Player; Current NBA Assistant Coach, Oklahoma City Honorable Brendan T. Byrne, Former Governor of New Jersey Richard “Rick” Cerone, Former Broadcaster, Baseball Network; Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Yankees, New York Mets, Cleveland Indians, Toronto Blue Jays, Boston Red Sox, Atlanta Braves, Milwaukee Brewers, Montreal Expos Raymond G. Chambers, Philanthropist, Chairman of the Amelior Foundation, Inc. Joseph Clark, Former Principal, East Side High School (portrayed in the film Lean on Me); Consultant/Lecturer Ronald J. Cicenia (Carey), Actor Chuck Connors, Actor, The Rifleman, Arrest and Trial, Cowboy in Africa and The Yellow Rose. Baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers and Chicago Cubs. Basketball career with the Boston Celtics Samuel Dalembert, Professional Basketball Player, Philadelphia 76ers

Craig Biggio

Robert Dubill, Executive Editor, USA Today Richard Ensor, Commissioner, Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Jack Gallagher Jr., President, Drake Bakeries David B. Gerstein, President, Thermwell Products Company, Inc. Adrian Griffin, Professional Basketball Player, Milwaukee Bucks Honorable Katherine J. Sweeney Hayden, Federal Court Judge, U.S. District Court of New Jersey James “Jim” Hunter, Lead Radio Announcer, Baltimore Orioles Sacha Kljestan, Professional Soccer Player, Chivas USA; Member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team George J. Kresge, “The Amazing Kreskin”, Magician Helen Lerner, Mega Millions Lottery Winner

Bob Ley

Dick Vitale

Bob Ley, Sports Broadcaster ESPN, ABC Matt Morris, Former Professional Baseball Player, St. Louis Cardinals, San Francisco Giants, Pittsburgh Pirates Bart S. Oates, Vice President, Gale & Wentworth, Inc.; Former Professional Football Player, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers Honorable Donald M. Payne, U.S. Congressman (D-NJ) Bill Raftery, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, CBS Nicholas L. Ribis, President and CEO, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts Thomas Sharkey, Chairman, Fleet Insurance Advisors Donald Skwar, Executive Editor/Sports, Boston Globe Congresswoman Ellen Tauscher, California Representative

Bill Raftery

Andrew O. Valmon, Head Track and Field Coach, University of Maryland; Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist Maurice “Mo” Vaughn, Former Professional Baseball Player, New York Mets, Anaheim Angels, Boston Red Sox E. Duke Vincent, Vice-Chairman, Spelling Television; Executive Producer, Spelling Television Shows (Beverly Hills 90210 and Melrose Place) Richard J. “Dick” Vitale, Sports Broadcaster, ESPN, ABC; NBA Hall of Famer Max M. Weinberg, Music Director Late Night with Conan O’Brien; Drummer, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Shana Williams, Professional Track Athlete; 1996 & 2000 United States Olympic Team Member Robert J. Wussler, President and CEO, Ted Turner Pictures, LLC

Sacha Kljestan

9 NCAA APPEARANCES • 4 NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHTS • 1 NCAA FINAL FOUR


seton hall administration Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban University President On January 11, 2011, the Board of Regents appointed Dr. A. Gabriel Esteban Seton Hall’s next president. Dr. Esteban served as interim president since Monsignor Robert Sheeran stepped down from the presidency on July 1, 2010. Since 2007, Dr. Esteban served as Provost and Chief Academic Officer at Seton Hall University. As Provost, he oversaw eight colleges and schools, University Libraries, and Enrollment Services. Dr. Esteban led the Strategic Planning initiative, collaborated with faculty and academic leaders on enhancing and adding undergraduate and graduate programs, establishing academic priorities, and strengthening the centrality of academics at SHU. Since 2009, Dr. Esteban has also been responsible for Enrollment Services and is leading the change in Enrollment Management Strategy. Dr. Esteban was previously Provost (2003-2007), Dean of the College of Business and Tenured Professor of Marketing at the University of Central Arkansas (2001-2003). He served as Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs at Arkansas Tech University (1996-2001) and was an Assistant Professor at the University of Houston-Victoria. Dr. Esteban was also a full-time instructor at the College of Business Administration of the University of the Philippines. Dr. Esteban is active in various national, regional, and community groups and served on a national task force that designed a Voluntary System of Accountability (VSA) for universities and colleges. He is also involved in Leadership Education for Asian-Pacifics (LEAP) as a mentor and faculty member.

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Dr. Esteban served as team chair and consultant evaluator for the largest regional accrediting body, the Higher Learning Commission and also served as a member of their Accreditation Review Council. At the local level, Dr. Esteban was past chair of the boards of the Conway Chamber of Commerce and the Women’s Shelter of Central Arkansas. And served on the board of the Faulkner County Habitat for Humanity He is currently a member of the Board of the Asian-Pacific Americans in Higher Education (APAHE), and the South Orange Performing Arts Center. Dr. Esteban has published papers in refereed journals and proceedings, and presented papers at national, international and regional conferences such as TIMS/ ORSA, American Psychological Association, Western Decision Sciences Conference, and the International Trade and Finance Association. Dr. Esteban received a Ph.D. in Administration from the Graduate School of Management at the University of California at Irvine in 1993 and a Master of Science in Japanese Business Studies from Chaminade University in Honolulu in 1986. He earned a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from the University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City. Dr. Esteban received specialized training in Leading Transformation and Change at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, and he completed the Japan Management Program at the Japan-America Institute for Management Science in Honolulu. He also has private sector work experience in the Philippines and in Japan.


seton hall administration Patrick G. Lyons

Director of Athletics & Recreational Services Patrick G. Lyons was named Director of Athletics and Recreational Services at Seton Hall University on February 22, 2011.

Lyons comes to Seton Hall after spending the last seven years as Iona College’s Director of Athletics. Lyons’ student-athlete centered vision was incorporated into several initiatives at Iona. Working closely with the StudentAthlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Lyons emphasized a community service element for all of Iona’s 400+ student-athletes and 21 Division I athletic programs. He has also shown a deep commitment to student-athlete development and academic standards through additional support services and facilities in both the compliance and academic services offices. Under Lyons, the Iona athletics department has seen unprecedented growth and success both on and off the fields of play. The men’s cross country team continued its storied success earning a second straight national runner-up finish at the NCAA Championship in November 2008. The program has finished in the Top-10 at the national championship in each of the last nine years. Along with the University of Wisconsin, no other program has seen the same success. The men’s and women’s basketball programs have established a reputation for being one of the top programs in the MAAC. The women enjoyed their most successful five-year stint in program history and have made three postseason appearances in the last four seasons. The men’s program earned an NCAA Championship appearance in 2006, won 21 games in 2009-10 and has continued to rank among the leaders in the MAAC and the New York Metropolitan Area. Other Gael programs that have seen success under Lyons tutelage have been the women’s cross country team with five straight MAAC Championships, the softball program earning its first ever bid to the NCAA Championship in 2010, the men’s soccer program with a MAAC Regular Season Championship in 2009 and a MAAC finals appearance in 2010. The volleyball team reached the NCAA Championship in 2004 and returned to the MAAC finals in 2010. In addition, Iona’s women’s lacrosse and women’s water polo programs continued to excel in 2009-10. Where Lyons has truly made his mark at Iona has been in fundraising and improvements made to athletics facilities. The Iona Gaels Capital Improvements Fund was created by Lyons as the first capital fundraising effort in the department’s history. Among several enhancements, the most dramatic and impressive changes were the opening of both the Hynes Athletics Center and the Judge Student-Athlete Academic Center in January of 2006. Lyons also oversaw the complete renovation of the varsity locker rooms - where each program now has its own space for the first time in school history, the addition of a video screening room for its athletic programs as well as the resurfacing of both the Hynes Center basketball/volleyball arena floor and the surface of Mazzella Field, home of the soccer and lacrosse programs. In addition, Iona created Rice Oval Softball field, the first on-campus home for the softball program. Before elevating to his current role, Lyons was the Associate Athletic Director for External Affairs. In that role, he was responsible for all revenue generation by the athletics department with primary oversight of the department’s fundraising arm - The Goal Club. This included, but was not limited to, all fundraising activities and

marketing for the department including the annual golf tournament, sponsorships, and the annual fund. Prior to that role, Lyons served as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance. He oversaw all NCAA, MAAC, and institutional policies and regulations, as well as team scheduling, student-athlete financial aid, the student-athlete advisory committee, and payroll for all staff as well as student-workers. Lyons also coordinated the NCAA certification process, from the self study to on-campus visits. As a coach, Lyons led the Iona golf team to its most successful four-year span. At the helm of the Gaels from 1998-02, he directed the squad to three MAAC Championships and earned a berth in the NCAA Golf Championship in each of his three full seasons. A native of Providence, RI, Lyons was a two-sport standout in hockey and golf. One of the most prolific scorers in school history, Lyons tallied 80 goals and 90 assists during his 86-game career and led all of NCAA Division I hockey in goals per game during the 1995-96 season. He captained the golf team during his junior and senior seasons and in 1996, received the Joseph O’Connell award, given annually to Iona’s most outstanding student-athlete. In 1999, Lyons earned his master’s degree in teaching from Iona and earned an MBA from the Hagan School of Business in 2004. Lyons has also served as an adjunct professor in both the Biology department at Iona and the Sports Business Management program at Manhattanville College. Lyons has served on several committees at the national and conference level. He is a member of the NCAA Division I Championships and Sports Management Cabinet where he serves as a liaison to the men’s and women’s ice hockey committees. Lyons serves as the Chairman of MAAC Cross Country Committee and previously as chairman of the MAAC Committee on Athletics Administration. He also serves on the MAAC Marketing and Strategic Planning Committees. Lyons is married to the former Rachel Cintolo, a pediatric nurse practitioner and clinical faculty at Columbia University.

9 NCAA APPEARANCES • 4 NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHTS • 1 NCAA FINAL FOUR


athletics department staff Alexandra Ayer Marketing Manager

Duane Bailey Deputy Director of Athletics

Rich Bello Director of Ticket Sales

Ron Farina Aquatics Coordinator

Ginger Fulton Sr. Associate Athletic Dir./ Programs & Admin./SWA

Stephanie Gebhardt Assistant Ticket Manager

Matt Geibel Director of Academic Support Services

Susan Giesemann Assistant Athletic Trainer

Angelo Gingerelli Strength and Conditioning Specialist

Mary Gross Athletics Secretary

Jessica Guerriero Athletics Secretary

Jamison Hannigan Assoc. Athletics Dir./ External Affairs

Associate Athletic Director/ Compliance

Kimberly Keenan-Kirkpatrick

Kathy Matta Associate Athletic Director/ Recreational Services

Karen McNanna Women’s Basketball Secretary

Melissa Baxendine Compliance Coordinator

Floyd Nevius Assistant Equipment Manager

Jimmy O’Donnell Sr. Assoc. Athletics Dir./ Team Operations

Loren Peterson Assistant Athletics Dir./ Business Affairs

Brian Poll Assistant to Associate Athletic Director/ Recreational Services

Liz Rathbun Creative Coordinator

Jim Semerad Ticket Manager

Matt Singer Graduate Assistant Academic Advisor

Crista Sciancalepore Assistant Athletic Trainer

Kevin Sponzo Assoc. Athletics Director/ Facilities/Operations

Tony Testa Director of Sports Medicine

Mitch Toda Assistant Athletic Trainer

Dan Valez Assistant Athletics Director/ Facilities

Ann Marie Vasquez Athletic Communications Secretary

Clay White Assistant to Athletic Director/ Equipment Manger

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academic support services

Matt Geibel

Director of Academic Support Services

Chris Breen Associate Director

Office of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes Intercollegiate athletics is a rewarding extracurricular activity that can add a special dimension to student life. At Seton Hall, all student-athletes participate in the academic counseling program. Director of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes Matt Geibel and his staff help ensure that student-athletes successfully balance their commitments to academics and athletics. Geibel, Associate Director Chris Breen, Academic Advisor Amanda DiDonato, Life Skills Coordinator Melanie Calderwood and two graduate assistants provide support along with learning consultants and numerous tutors. They monitor classroom performance by maintaining contact with faculty, monitoring study halls, facilitating advisement and overseeing compliance with university and NCAA academic regulations. The Office of Academic Support also coordinates all institutional, regional and national award recognition.

Life Skills

Seton Hall is now in its 16th year as a participant in the NCAA CHAMPS Life Skills Program. The Office of Academic Support Services for Student-Athletes utilizes materials provided by the NCAA, as well as input from the studentathletes, to conduct workshops and seminars which are tailored to fill the gap which sometimes exists between learning in the classroom and functioning in the “real world.” Numerous workshops have been run with all 14 varsity teams including: restaurant etiquette, nutrition, stress management, leadership, time management and communication skills, financial management, and career development. Community Service activities are also a large part of the Life Skills Program. The 2009-10 academic year marked the 16th year that Seton Hall’s studentathletes participated in a Pen Pal Program with approximately 60 students from two area schools in Newark. Letters are exchanged throughout the academic year. On National Student-Athlete Day in April, the seventh graders come to Seton Hall to spend a day in the life of their pen pal. The purpose of the Pen Pal Program is to teach students the meaning of a long term commitment while developing their writing and time management skills. Since 1997 the NCAA has sponsored the NCAA Career and Sports Forum, held in Indianapolis, Ind. in 2010. Each year Seton Hall student-athletes have been among the 500 nationwide invited to the week-long workshops. These students explored the role of student-athletes in today’s society—specifically their role as leaders—and have been inspired by speakers such as Jesse Jackson, Robin Roberts, Diana Nyad and Pablo Morales. Throughout the 2009-10 academic year, Seton Hall participated various community service activities, including a Peanut Butter & Jelly Challenge, where student-athletes made 1,200 sandwiches in 20 minutes, a cookie decorating drive for the Children’s Specialized Hospital in New Brunswick, and donating approximately 70 toys to the Team Walker Toy Drive.

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Amanda DiDonato Academic Advisor

Melanie Calderwood Life Skills Coordinator

Other community service activities have included clothing and food drives, as well as a penny war for a local homeless and battered women’s shelter. All student-athletes and teams have been very active in a variety of fundraising activites for the Mary Jennings Memorial Scholarship, endowed in honor of a former Pirate women’s soccer player who lost a difficult battle with cancer in 2006.

SUCCESS IN THE CLASSROOM Seton Hall’s Recent Academic All-Americans 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000

Jen Michewicz, Women’s Soccer (First Team) Matt Miklius, Swimming (First Team) Caitlin White, Softball (First Team) Megan Meyer, Softball (First Team)* Matt Miklius, Swimming (Third Team) Caitlin White, Softball (First Team) Jocelyn Dumaresq, Women’s Soccer (First Team) Megan Meyer, Softball (First Team) Jocelyn Dumaresq, Women’s Soccer (Third Team) Todd Crawford, Baseball (First Team) Frauke Dittel, Women’s Soccer (First Team) Brigid Sullivan, Women’s Soccer (Second Team) Ingo Dittel, Men’s Soccer (Second Team) Torsten Knor, Men’s Soccer (First Team) Gregory Strohmann, Men’s Soccer (First Team) Gregory Strohmann, Men’s Soccer (Third Team)

* - Academic All-American of the Year


media information

The Office of Athletics Communications at Seton Hall welcomes your continued interest in the University and its athletics program. For information, interviews, photographs and credentials, please call (973) 761-9493 or e-mail the respective sport contact.

POST-GAME

Seton Hall coaches and student-athletes are available for comment following a post-game cooling off period. Locker rooms are closed to the media.

MEDIA CREDENTIALS

Credentials for media covering Seton Hall at Walsh Gym, Owen T. Carroll Field, Ivy Hill Park or on the University’s campus should be attained by contacting the Office of Athletics Communications by phone at (973) 761-9493, by fax at (973) 761-9061, or by emailing the respective sport contact. Seton Hall reserves the right to revoke press credentials at any time for any reason.

PHOTO CREDENTIALS

All photographers attending Seton Hall home athletics contests must wear proper credentials. Request for credentials should be made in advance by contacting the Office of Athletics Communications by phone at (973) 761-9493, by fax at (973) 761-9061, or by emailing the respective sport contact.

INTERVIEWS

All requests for player or coach interviews, either in person or via phone, must be arranged through the Office of Athletics Communications. Advance notice of at least 24 hours is preferred.

BROADCASTS

All requests to broadcast Seton Hall athletics contests should be made in writing; they must be approved by Seton Hall Director of Athletics Joseph Quinlan. Please contact the Office of Athletics Communications for specific information particular to each sport.

PRESS ROW

Only accredited members of the media will be issued credentials to cover Seton Hall athletics, and only those issued passes will be permitted to sit on press row. Members of the media are reminded that press row is a working area and cheerleading for either the home or visiting team will not be tolerated.

WEB SITES

SETON HALL: www.shupirates.com BIG EAST: www.bigeast.org

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMMUNICATIONS Phone................................................................................................................ 973-761-9493 Fax..................................................................................................................... 973-761-9061 Matt Sweeney Assistant Athletics Director/Communications Contact For: Men’s Basketball, Men’s Golf Sweeney E-mail........................................................................... matthew.sweeney@shu.edu Dan Kuberka Associate Director of Athletics Communications Contact For: Women’s Basketball, Volleyball, Women’s Golf Kuberka E-mail..................................................................................daniel.kuberka@shu.edu Joe Montefusco Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Contact For: Baseball, Women’s Soccer, Swimming and Diving Montefusco E-mail...................................................................... joseph.montefusco@shu.edu Mike Kowalsky Assistant Director of Athletics Communications Contact For: Men’s Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Cross Country Kowalsky E-mail............................................................................ michael.kowalsky@shu.edu

MEDIA SERVICES

Seton Hall University and opponent’s game notes, up-to-date statistics, BIG EAST Conference notes and statistics, and game flip cards will be available to working members of the media. Halftime and final statistics and will also be distributed on press row when applicable. Fax services are available upon request.

Matt Sweeney

Assistant Athletics Director/ Communications

Dan Kuberka

Associate Director of Athletics Communications

Joe Montefusco

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications

Mike Kowalsky

Assistant Director of Athletics Communications


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driving directions DIRECTIONS TO SETON HALL UNIVERSITY

FROM 280 WEST: Take Route 280 West to the Clinton Street Exit. Follow access road (Freeway Drive) to South Harrison Street (seventh traffic light). Turn left onto South Harrison Street and follow for approx. 2 miles. Bear left at the yield sign onto Center Street and follow to the end. The University’s main gate is across the intersection. FROM THE GEORGE WASHINGTON BRIDGE: From the GW Bridge, take the NJ Turnpike South to Exit 15W. Then follow directions for Route 280 West. FROM CONNECTICUT: Take Route 84 West into New York State until Route 84 ends. Take 684 South toward White Plains/Tappan Zee Bridge. Take 287 West over Tappan Zee Bridge. Take exit 14A, Garden State Parkway South, to Exit 145. Follow directions for Route 280 West. FROM NEW YORK CITY: Go through either the Lincoln or Holland Tunnel. Take the NJ Turnpike to Exit 15W. Follow directions for Route 280 West. FROM NORTH JERSEY: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Follow directions for Route 280 West. FROM SOUTH JERSEY: Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 144. Go to second light and make a left onto South Orange Ave. Go approximately 2 miles. The University’s main gate will be on the left. FROM PENNSYLVANIA: Take the PA Turnpike East to the NJ Turnpike North. Go to Exit 11 (Garden State Parkway). Take the Garden State Parkway to Exit 145. Follow directions for Route 280 West. FROM WEST JERSEY (ALLENTOWN, PA AND ROUTE 78 EAST): Take Route 78 East. At the split for express or local exits take “Local Exits” to exit 49B, 124 East & Maplewood. Follow road (Springfield Ave.) to first jug handle (Valley Street - The Oranges). Take jug handle onto Valley Street. Go eight traffic lights and turn right onto South Orange Ave. The University is one mile on your right. FROM WEST JERSEY (STROUDSBURG, PA AND ROUTE 80): Take Route 80 East to Route 280 East. Take Exit 11 (Center Street) and turn right at third light onto South Center Street. Go two traffic lights to South Orange Avenue. The University’s main gate is located at this junction.

FROM NEWARK AIRPORT (78 WEST): Follow signs for 78 West. Take 78 West to the Millburn Exit (50B). Turn right off exit ramp on to Vauxhaull Road, and go through two traffic lights (one immediately after your right turn). At third traffic light turn right onto Valley Street. Follow Valley Street about 3-4 miles. You will go through six traffic lights. At seventh traffic light (South Orange Avenue, major intersection) turn right. Follow South Orange Avenue approx. 3/4 of a mile. You will pass the campus on your right before you get to the entrance.

DIRECTIONS TO PRUDENTIAL CENTER

FROM NEW JERSEY TURNPIKE: Take exit 15E (Newark/Jersey City), follow signs to Raymond Blvd. At the stop light make a right and proceed about 2 miles to Mulberry Street (Downtown Newark). Turn left onto Mulberry St. Continue past Market Street and Edison Place, Prudential Center is on the right. FROM GARDEN STATE PARKWAY SOUTH: Take exit 145, follow signs to Route 280 East Harrison/ Newark. Take exit 15A (Route 21/Downtown Newark). Make right and proceed for 1/2 mile on Route 21 until the Market Street intersection. Make a right at the light onto Market Street. Make a left at the next light at the intersection of Market Street and Mulberry, Prudential Center is on the right. FROM GARDEN STATE PARKWAY NORTH/ROUTE 78: ake exit 142 (Route 78), follow Route 78 east to exit 58A and follow signs for Rt. 1 and 9 North and then proceed to Rt. 21 North (McCarter Highway). Continue north on Rt. 21 for approximately 1.5 miles. At the Market Street intersection, make a left onto Market Street. Make a left at the next light at the intersection of Market Street and Mulberry, Prudential Center is on the right. FROM NEWARK LIBERTY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: Follow signs for Rt. 1 and 9 North and follow directions above for Garden State Parkway North. FROM NEW YORK CITY: From George Washington Bridge or Lincoln Tunnel follow signs to New Jersey Turnpike South. Follow directions above for New Jersey Turnpike.

PIRATE BLUE ATHLETIC FUND Recognizing Seton Hall University’s long and distinguished athletic history, the Pirate Blue Athletic Fund was founded in 1985 by Pirate legend Richie Regan ’53 as the University’s athletic fund-raising vehicle. Through annual contributions, Pirate Blue enables the University to fund critical initiatives such as recruiting, travel, equipment, facilities, and academic advising. The funds raised through Pirate Blue are essential in allowing Seton Hall to remain competitive in the BIG EAST Conference. Pirate Blue members have a special connection to the Seton Hall athletic program, as they receive exclusive benefits and invitations, while also playing a key role in the continuing advancement of our student-athletes. For information on how you can become a part of Pirate Blue, contact:

Pirate Blue Athletic Fund 457 Centre Street South Orange, NJ 07079 (973) 378-9809 www.pirateblue.net 9 NCAA APPEARANCES • 4 NCAA SWEET SIXTEENS • 2 NCAA ELITE EIGHTS • 1 NCAA FINAL FOUR


the big east conference

The 2010-11 academic year will be the 32nd in the history of The BIG EAST Conference as the unique consortium marches on competing at the highest level with integrity and sportsmanship.

The BIG EAST has gone through membership changes since its birth, but the 2010-11 year will mark the conference’s sixth straight with the same 16-member group, the nation’s largest Division I-A conference. The BIG EAST Conference’s goals have always been the same. The outstanding performances of the student-athletes at BIG EAST schools are evidence of the league’s proud tradition of success. The league has always been able to boast that many of its best students are also its best athletes. The 2009-10 year was no different. Seven BIG EAST student-athletes were named NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship winners. Maya Moore, Connecticut’s women’s basketball standout, won the NCAA Honda-Broderick Award as the nation’s top female student-athlete. She also was named the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-American of the Year for women’s basketball. Moore was the fifth BIG EAST women’s student-athlete to win the HondaBroderick Award. In the athletic arena, BIG EAST student-athletes again enjoyed success on the national stage. The Connecticut women’s basketball team won its second straight national championship and its seventh overall crown. The Villanova women’s cross country team also won the NCAA title. The Notre Dame women’s soccer team reached the NCAA College Cup for the second straight year. The Syracuse women’s lacrosse squad reached the Final Four. On the men’s side, West Virginia’s basketball team became the BIG EAST’s 16th team to reach the NCAA Final Four and won the conference’s academic achievement award. The Notre Dame men’s lacrosse team advanced to the NCAA championship game. Individually, three BIG EAST student-athletes won NCAA titles. Cincinnati’s Josh Schneider won the 50 freestyle in men’s swimming. In track, Louisville’s D’Ana McCarty repeated as the NCAA indoor winner in the weight throw. Louisville’s Matt Hughes won the 3,000 steeplechase. Another Cardinal, Austen Childs, was the national runner-up in men’s tennis singles. BIG EAST football maintained its national profile as a competitively balanced group. Cincinnati won its second straight league championship in 2009 and compiled an undefeated regular season. The Bearcats finished third in the final Bowl Championship Series standings. Six of the league’s eight squads went to bowl games and helped the BIG EAST post a 4-2 bowl record. Rutgers, one of the bowl winners, also was recognized for having the nation’s highest NCAA APR rating, which measures academic success. The BIG EAST has continued to produce student-athletes who are at the forefront of athletic and academic achievement. In 2009-10, 22 BIG EAST players from 10 schools were chosen to their respective ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams. Over 400 student-athletes have earned academic allAmerica honors. The BIG EAST became the nation’s largest Division I-A conference in 2005-06 when five new members began competing. The new schools were: University of Cincinnati, DePaul University, University of Louisville, Marquette University and the University of South Florida. BIG EAST institutions reside in nine of the nation’s top 35 largest media markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Tampa, Pittsburgh, Hartford, Cincinnati and Milwaukee. With its newest members, BIG EAST markets contain almost one-fourth of all television households in the U.S. Since opening its doors in 1979, the league has won 28 national championships in six different sports and 128 student-athletes have won individual national titles. In 2003-04, Connecticut became the first school in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s NCAA

basketball titles in the same season. In ’02-03, the BIG EAST became the first conference in NCAA history to win the men’s and women’s titles in the same year when the Syracuse men and the Connecticut women captured their respective national championships. In men’s basketball, BIG EAST squads have won three of the last 12 NCAA championships. BIG EAST women’s teams have taken seven of the last 11 NCAA titles. Proactive movement has been a signature strategy for the conference that was born in 1979. The BIG EAST continually turns challenges into opportunities to become stronger. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST added men’s lacrosse to its growing list of sports, which increased its total to 24 sport championships. The BIG EAST became a reality on May 31, 1979, following a meeting of athletic directors from Providence College, St. John’s, Georgetown and Syracuse universities. Seton Hall, Connecticut and Boston College completed the original seven school alliance. While the membership has both increased and changed, the focus of the BIG EAST has not wavered. The conference reflects a tradition of broad based programs, led by administrators and coaches who place a constant emphasis on academic integrity. Its student athletes own significantly high graduation rates and their record of scholastic achievement notably show a balance between intercollegiate athletics and academics. Any successful organization has had the good fortune to have outstanding leadership. The BIG EAST primarily was the brainchild of Dave Gavitt, who was the conference’s first Commissioner. Michael Tranghese, the league’s first full-time employee, and for 11 years the associate to Gavitt, became Commissioner in 1990. In his first year, he administered the formation of The BIG EAST Football Conference. In 2009-10, the BIG EAST had one significant change. Tranghese stepped down from his position on June 30, 2009. John Marinatto, who had served as senior associate commissioner, moved into the Commissioner’s chair and continued to steer the conference on its path of success. The league has long been considered a leader in innovative concepts in promotion and publicity, particularly regarding television. Those efforts have resulted in unparalleled visibility for BIG EAST student athletes. The conference has enjoyed long-standing relationships with CBS, ESPN, Inc. and ABC. BIG EAST men’s basketball games are regular sellouts at campus and major public arenas, including the annual men’s BIG EAST Championship in Madison Square Garden. The women’s basketball championship has led all conferences in attendance for the past seven years. Attendance figures also are significant in soccer and baseball. More than 575 BIG EAST student-athletes have earned all America recognition and dozens have won individual NCAA national championships. The BIG EAST has been well represented in U.S. or foreign national and Olympic teams. Several athletes earned gold medals. The BIG EAST has its headquarters in Providence where the conference administers to more than 5,500 student-athletes.


The 2011 season marks the 10-year anniversary of the Seton Hall Pirates magical run to their second BIG EAST Tournament Championship in program history.


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2011 BASEBALL SCHEDULE

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18 10:00 am 19 10:00 am Penn State Michigan State 20

1:00 pm 21 Iowa

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25 3:00 pm 26 2:00 pm North Carolina North Carolina

27 1:00 pm 28 North Carolina

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1:00 pm 7 FIU

7:00 pm 5 FIU

6:00 pm FIU

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6:30 pm 11 6:30 pm 12 12:00 pm FAU FAU FAU

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16 3:30 pm 17 Manhattan

18 12:00 pm 19 2:00 pm Fordham Stony Brook

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2:00 pm 21 NJIT

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23 3:30 pm 24 Monmouth

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27 12:15 pm 28 Villanova

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3:30 pm 30 3:30 pm 31 Rider Princeton

3:15 pm 26 1:15 pm Villanova Villanova

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1:00 pm 4 Rutgers

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3:30 pm 7 FDU

10 12:00 pm 11 St. John’s

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3:30 pm 13 3:00 pm 14 Army Wagner

17 12:00 pm 18 USF

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3:30 pm 20 NYIT

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26 3:30 pm 27 Monmouth

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3:00 pm 2 1:00 pm Rutgers Rutgers

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6:00 pm 9 1:00 pm St. John’s St. John’s

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6:00 pm 16 1:00 pm USF USF

21 7:05 pm 22 5:00 pm 23 1:00 pm West Virginia West Virginia West Virginia 28

29 5:35 pm 30 2:05 pm Notre Dame Notre Dame

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Feb. 18-20: BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge - St. Petersburg, Fla. Mar. 18-20: Strike Out Cancer Tournament - South Orange, N.J. Denotes Home Game at Owen T. Carroll Field May 25-29: BIG EAST Championships - Clearwater, Fla.

2011 Seton Hall Baseball Media Guide  

Source for all the information on the Seton Hall baseball program.