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Mesa Community College Location Mesa, AZ Address................................. 1833 W. Southern Ave. ....................................................................Mesa, AZ Enrollment.......................................................25,000 Founded.............................................................1963 Colors................................................. Red and White Nickname..............................................Thunderbirds President.......................................... Dr. Shouan Pan Baseball

National Affiliation............................NJCAA Division I Conference............ Arizona Community College A.C. Facility...................................................... Mesa Field 2014 Record......................................................47-12 2014 ACCAC Record and Finish.............. 27-11, T1st Head Coach............................................ Tony Cerelli Alma Mater...................................... Arizona State Record at MCC/Years.......... 711-457/20th season Office phone................................... 480-461-7562 Office fax......................................... 480-461-7809 e-mail.....................................tcirelli@mesacc.edu

Table of Contents

MCC in General MCC Quick facts.......................................................... 2 Home of Champions.................................................... 33 Press Services............................................................ 2 Support Staff & Telephones......................................... 2 Coaching Staff Head Coach Tony Cerelli............................................. 3 Assistant Coaches ...................................................... 4 T-Birds Record Book & History Coaching Records....................................................... 25 Individual & Team Records.......................................... 24 Baseball History.......................................................... 25 Baseball Honors.......................................................... 26 T-Birds in the Majors................................................... 31 Year-by-Year Stats....................................................... 28 2013 Season 2013 Roster................................................................. 5 2013 Schedule............................................................ 2,BC Meet the T-Birds.......................................................... 6 2012 Season 2012 Results............................................................... 23 2012 Statistics............................................................. 22 Arizona Community College Athletic Conference........ 29

Sports Information

SID........................................................ Wayne Block Office phone................................... 480-461-7543 Cell phone...................................... 757-288-1484 Office fax........................................ 480-461-7809 e-mail......................... wayne.block@mesacc.edu

Athletic Staff

Athletic Director.................................... John Mulhern Phone.............................................. 480-461-7627 Fax.................................................. 480-461-7809 e-mail.......................... john.mulhern@mesacc.edu Assistant AD...........................................Mike Lavella Phone.............................................. 480-461-7567 Head Trainer....................................... Kara Cummins Phone.............................................. 480-461-7557 Administrative Assistant..................... Nikki Blackwell Phone.............................................. 480-461-7542 On the Cover: Mesa's national champions, top, and Region I champs, bottom.

Press Services

The Sports Information Office at Mesa Community College wishes to make your visit to the campus, or your efforts to cover the college's athletic programs from your office, as easy as possible. Therefore, we will attempt to provide any service you may need that is within the scope of our abilities. MEDIA INFORMATION - Complete biographical information on all players and coaches, photographs of individuals or game action, complete statistics and media guides are available upon request. GAME SERVICES - Complete game information is available within 15 minutes after the completion of a game. PHONES, FAX - Telephones and a fax machine are available in the athletic offices at all times. INTERNET, E-MAIL - MCC has a comprehensive website at http://athletics.mesacc.edu. Links to the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference and NJCAA websites are loacted at the top of MCC's home page.

2014 Schedule Day Date Sat Feb 1 Sun Feb 2 Tue Feb 4 Sat Feb 8 Sun Feb 9 Mon Feb 10 Tue Feb 11 Fri Feb 14 Sat Feb 15 Sun Feb 16 Tue Feb 18 Wed Feb 19 Fri Feb 21 Sat Feb 22 Mon Feb 24 Tue Feb 25 Fri Feb 28 Sat March 1 Tue March 4 Wed March 5 Fri March 7 Sat March 8 Wed March 12 Fri March 14 Tue March 18 Wed March 19 Thu March 20 Sat March 22 Tue March 25 Wed March 26 Sat March 29 Tue April 1 Fri April 4 Sat April 5 Tue April 8 Wed April 9 Fri April 11 Sat April 12 Tue April 15 Wed April 16 Fri April 18 Sat April 19 Tue April 22 Wed April 23 Fri April 25 Sat April 26 Home games bold

Opponent Site Northern Arizona Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Southern Idaho Mesa Arizona St. Univ. Club Mesa Arizona St. Univ Club (DH) Mesa Northwest Colorado Mesa Northwest Colorado Mesa Okanagaw Mesa Phoenix* Mesa at Phoenix* Phoenix, AZ Thompson River Mesa Glendale* Mesa at Glendale* Glendale, AZ Arizona St. Univ Club Mesa at Pima (DH) Tucson, AZ Arizona Christian Univ. JV Mesa Yavapai* (DH) Mesa GateWay* Mesa at GateWay* Phoenix, AZ Chandler-Gilbert* Mesa at Chandler-Gilbert* Chandler, AZ Paradise Valley* Mesa at Paradise Valley* Paradise Valley, AZ Utah St. Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Utah St. Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Scottsdale* Mesa at Scottsdale* Scottsdale, AZ Arizona Christian Univ. Club Mesa at Arizona Western* (DH) Yuma, AZ Central Arizona* Mesa Arizona Christian Univ. Club Mesa Cochise* (DH) Mesa at Eastern Arizona* (DH) Thatcher, AZ at GateWay* Phoenix, AZ GateWay* Mesa at Chandler-Gilbert* Chandler, AZ Chandler-Gilbert* Mesa at Paradise Valley* Paradise Valley, AZ Paradise Valley* Mesa at Scottsdale* Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale* Mesa South Mountain* Mesa at South Mountain* Phoenix, AZ Phoenix* Mesa at Phoenix* Phoenix, AZ at Glendale* Glendale, AZ Glendale* Mesa

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Head Coach Tony Cirelli Tony Cirelli now in his 20th season as the T'Birds skipper. His career record stands at a very impressive 711-457. His right-hand man, Recruiting Coordinator and assistant coach Doug Rose has been on board since 1998. Tom Novak, Ken Westray, Sean Kenney and David Robb serve as Cirelli's additional assistants. Originally from New York City, Coach Cirelli attended Mesa Community College and Arizona State University and has a Master’s degree in Education. Cirelli was a third baseman as a player and joined the MCC staff as infield coach in 1985. He was named head coach in 1995 and now holds the record for most wins in the history of Mesa Community College Baseball. Over the past 29 years, Mesa has been in the playoffs 24 times with four NJCAA World Series appearances. His 2006 squad finished with a record of 44-21 and a #1 national ranking. This year the T-Birds set a school record with 47 victories and have earned another berth in the NJCAA Division II World Series. . Cirelli was named American Baseball Coaches Association Southwest Region Coach of the Year in NJCAA Division II in 2004, 2005 and again in 2006. In the past 19 years, 45 MCC players have been drafted by Major League Baseball teams or played professionally. Of those 45 players, only five had been drafted prior to coming to Mesa. Most recently, Brian Broderick made his Major League debut with the Washington Nationals in 2011. In the summer of 2012 Cirelli coached for Novara in the Italian Baseball League. “We take pride in helping a good high school player develop his game so he becomes a draftable player.

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Assistant Coaches Assistant Coach Tom Novak

Assistant Coach Doug Rose

A graduate of Grand Canyon University, Tom Novak returns to the Mesa baseball coaching staff. Novak signed with the Oakland A's out of high school and has worked in Player Development with the Diamondbacks and Angels. In addition, he served in the independent Freedom League.

Doug Rose returns for his 16th season on the Mesa coaching staff. His duties include working with the outfield as well as serving as bench coach and recruiting. "Rosey," as his colleagues refer to him, coached baseball and football at the high school level for 11 years. He was the head baseball coach at Bourgade High School for five years while leading them to the state tournament four times. Rose has a Bachelor's Degree in Education from Northern Arizona University and a Masters Degree in Health and Human Performance from Fort Hays State University. In addition to his baseball passion, Rose also teaches Physical Education in the Alhambra School District and has been an instructor for 20 years. He and his wife, Stefanie live in Chandler and have two children, Keegan 15 and Kaden 13

Assistant Coach Ken Westray

Eastern Illinois University graduate Ken Westray joins the Mesa coaching staff for the second time this spring. He was part of the Mesa staff previously for the 2003 and 2004 seasons. Westray played in the Montreal Expos minor league system for three seasons, reaching as high as the AA level. He then turned to coaching where he worked at Indiana State and the University of Illinois. He also previously coached in the Philadelphia Phillies organization for ten years.

Assistant Coach David Robb

David Robb brings a wealth of coaching experience into his second stint with the Mesa baseball program. Robb assisted MCC coach Tony Cirelli during the 2004 and 2005 seasons. After playing at San Matteo Junior College and Cal-State Fullerton, Robb coached in the Oakland A's organization at the A level. In addition, he played and coached professionally in Italy and has worked with the Italian and Canadian national teams. He also served as manager of the Calgary Dawgs of the Western Major Baseball League.

Assistant Coach Sean Kenney

Sean Kenney is the youngest coach on the Mesa staff, but he is no stranger to the Thunderbird program. Kenney was a member of the 2005-06 Mesa teams that advanced to the National Junior College World Series. In that 2006 World Series, he led all Mesa players with a .500 batting average. Kenney completed his playing career at Kansas Wesleyan University. His versatility as a player enables him to work with both infielders and outfielders, as well as coaching first base. Coach Kenney has his Bachelor's Degree in Political Science from Arizona State University. Kenney recently acquired a Master's Degree in Higher Education from ASU.

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2014 Mesa RosterAlphabetical

R/W Name Class Pos. B-T Ht. Wt. Hometown 15 James Anderson Fr. OF R-R 5-10 180 Henderson, Nev. 37 Garrett Bowman Fr. P R-R 6-4 215 Roy, Utah 6 Wes Byers So. OF R-R 5-9 155 Prescott Valley, AZ 11 Joseph Carvalho Fr. P R-R 5-11 165 Palmdale, Calif. 22 P.J. Catera So. IF R-R 6-0 205 Peoria, AZ 42 Ryan Chen Fr. P R-R 6-6 185 Las Vegas, Nev. 10 Casey Congleton So. P R-R 6-3 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 36 Jason Euler So. P R-R 6-3 230 Flagstaff, AZ 3 Dillon Fahr So. OF R-R 5-8 150 Las Vegas, Nev. 38 Evan Fresquez Fr. P R-R 5-9 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 25 Danny Garlid Fr. IF R-R 6-3 165 Tempe, AZ 29/11 Alex Gudac Fr. IF R-R 5-10 165 West Jordan, Utah 24 John Havird So. P L-L 6-2 170 Mesa, AZ 1 Drew Lacomb So. IF S-R 5-10 180 Las Vegas, Nev. 8 Levi Larmour So. IF/OF R-R 6-1 180 Oakville, Ontario 19 Chad Leonard So. IF R-R 6-4 235 Mesa, AZ 18 Cole Loncar So. OF R-R 6-0 205 Olympia, Wash. 9 Daniel Lutz Fr. P/IF S-R 5-10 155 Phoenix, AZ 21 Shawn Maloney Fr. OF R-L 5-10 175 Tempe, AZ 26 Sean McGuire Fr. P R-R 5-11 160 Phoenix, AZ 23 Casey Moses Fr. IF R-R 6-0 195 Las Vegas, Nev. 4 Joshua Murtha Fr. P R-R 6-0 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 17 Marios Mylonas So. C /1B R-R 5-11 180 Scottsdale, AZ 16 Ryan Reinhart Fr. P R-R 5-9 170 Albuquerque, NM 39 Kyle Richard Fr. P R-R 6-4 185 Reno, Nev. 2 Jordan Rose Fr. C R-R 5-10 190 Tremonton, Utah 27 Nick Schuman So. P R-L 6-5 220 Mesa, AZ 7 Zack Soria Fr. C R-R 5-10 190 Chicago, Ill. 40 Christopher Watson So. P R-R 6-0 185 Cave Creek, AZ 30 Nick Williams So. OF/C R-R 6-0 185 Pinetop, AZ 20 Jordan Zimmerman Fr. IF R-R 6-0 200 Mesa, AZ Head Coach: Tony Cirelli Assistants: Doug Rose, Tom Novak, Ken Westray, David Robb, Sean Kenney

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R/W Name Class Pos. B-T Ht. Wt. Hometown 1 Drew Lacomb So. IF S-R 5-10 180 Las Vegas, Nev. 2 Jordan Rose Fr. C R-R 5-10 190 Tremonton, Utah 3 Dillon Fahr So. OF R-R 5-8 150 Las Vegas, Nev. 4 Joshua Murtha Fr. P R-R 6-0 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 6 Wes Byers So. OF R-R 5-9 155 Prescott Valley, AZ 7 Zack Soria Fr. C R-R 5-10 190 Chicago, Ill. 8 Levi Larmour So. IF/OF R-R 6-1 180 Oakville, Ontario 9 Daniel Lutz Fr. P/IF S-R 5-10 155 Phoenix, AZ 10 Casey Congleton So. P R-R 6-3 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 11 Joseph Carvalho Fr. P R-R 5-11 165 Palmdale, Calif. 15 James Anderson Fr. OF R-R 5-10 180 Henderson, Nev. 16 Ryan Reinhart Fr. P R-R 5-9 170 Albuquerque, NM 17 Marios Mylonas So. C /1B R-R 5-11 180 Scottsdale, AZ 18 Cole Loncar So. OF R-R 6-0 205 Olympia, Wash. 19 Chad Leonard So. IF R-R 6-4 235 Mesa, AZ 20 Jordan Zimmerman Fr. IF R-R 6-0 200 Mesa, AZ 21 Shawn Maloney Fr. OF R-L 5-10 175 Tempe, AZ 22 P.J. Catera So. IF R-R 6-0 205 Peoria, AZ 23 Casey Moses Fr. IF R-R 6-0 195 Las Vegas, Nev. 24 John Havird So. P L-L 6-2 170 Mesa, AZ 25 Danny Garlid Fr. IF R-R 6-3 165 Tempe, AZ 26 Sean McGuire Fr. P R-R 5-11 160 Phoenix, AZ 27 Nick Schuman So. P R-L 6-5 220 Mesa, AZ 29/11 Alex Gudac Fr. IF R-R 5-10 165 West Jordan, Utah 30 Nick Williams So. OF/C R-R 6-0 185 Pinetop, AZ 36 Jason Euler So. P R-R 6-3 230 Flagstaff, AZ 37 Garrett Bowman Fr. P R-R 6-4 215 Roy, Utah 38 Evan Fresquez Fr. P R-R 5-9 190 Las Vegas, Nev. 39 Kyle Richard Fr. P R-R 6-4 185 Reno, Nev. 40 Christopher Watson So. P R-R 6-0 185 Cave Creek, AZ 42 Ryan Chen Fr. P R-R 6-6 185 Las Vegas, Nev. Head Coach: Tony Cirelli Assistants: Doug Rose, Tom Novak, Ken Westray, David Robb, Sean Kenney

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High School Coronado Roy Bradshaw Mountain Paraclete Liberty Arbor View Centennial Flagstaff Coronado Coronado Seton Catholic Juan Diego Catholic Red Mountain Spring Valley Stephen Lewis Secondary Queen Creek Olympia Shadown Mountain Corona del Sol Desert Vista Centennial Faith Lutheran Desert Mountain Sandia Diamonte Ranch Bear River Westwood St. Rita Notre Dame Prep Blueridge Red Mountain

High School Spring Valley Bear River Coronado Faith Lutheran Bradshaw Mountain St. Rita Stephen Lewis Secondary Shadown Mountain Centennial Paraclete Coronado Sandia Desert Mountain Olympia Queen Creek Red Mountain Corona del Sol Liberty Centennial Red Mountain Seton Catholic Desert Vista Westwood Juan Diego Catholic Blueridge Flagstaff Roy Coronado Diamonte Ranch Notre Dame Prep Arbor View

Roster Breakdown T-Birds by Class

Sophomores (14): Wes Byers, P.J. Catera, Casey Congleton, Jason Euler, Dillon Fahr, John Havird, Drew LaComb, Levi Larmour, Cole Loncar, Chad Leonard, Marios Mylonas, Nick Schuman, Christopher Watson, Nick Williams. Freshmen (17): James Anderson, Garrett Bowman, Joseph Carvalho, Ryan Chen, Evan Fresquez, Danny Garlid, Alex Gudac, Daniel Lutz, Shawn Maloney, Sean McGuire, Casey Moses, Joshua Murtha, Ryan Reinhart, Kyle Richard, Jordan Rose, Zack Soria, Jordan Zimmerman.

Pronunciation Guide

Joseph Carvalho P.J. Catera Jason Euler Evan Fresquez Dillon Fahr Alex Gudac John Havird Levi Larmour Cole Loncar Joshua Murtha Marious Mylonas Ryan Reinhart Zack Soria

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# 15 James Anderson Freshman - Outfielder - R-R - 5-10 - 180 - Henderson, Nev - Coronado H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Earned the regular job as DH midway through the season and posted a .355 batting average. Also hit .333 in the NJCAA DII World Series. Had three hits against Paradise Valley and multi-hit games twice against South Mountain as well as versus Phoenix, Glendale GateWay, another game with Paradise Valley, Arizona Christian JV and a Region I playoff game with Eastern Utah. In the World Series championship game he was 2-5 with two RBIs. Hit a home run and drove in three against Paradise Valley and had two RBIs each versus Arizona Christian JV, GateWay and South

Mountain. PERSONAL - James Anderson was born May 3, 1995 in Roundlake, Ill. He is the son of Gary and Aida Anderson and is majoring in Kinesiology. Has a brother Daniel, 15 and a sister Courtney, 17.

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G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 46 121 27 43 7 - 1 20 15 8 1 2 .355 .436 .438

# 37 Garrett Bowman Freshman - Pitcher - R-R - 6-4 - 215 - Roy, Utah - Roy H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Pitched two scoreless innings against Colorado Northwestern as well as the Arizona Christian JV. Also had scoreless inningfs versus the NAU Club, Utah State Club South Mountain and Glendale. PERSONAL - Garrett Bowman was born on April 18, 1995 in Ogden, Utah. He is majoring in a!ccounting. He is the son of Mike and Sharon Bowman. He has one brother, Quinn, 22.

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 9 1 2 0 0 - 9.2 8 5 5 7 10 9.31 - 4.66

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# 6 Wes Byers Sophomore - Outfielder - R-R - 5-9 - 155 - Prescott Valley, AZ - Bradshaw Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Went 3-3 in a win over Arizona Western and had two-hit games against Southern Idaho, the ASU Club, Phoenix, the Utah State Club, Arizona Christian JV and gateWay. Three RBIs each against the Utah State Club and Arizona Christian JV. Scored the second run in MCC's three-run 11th inning in the NJCAA DII World Series title game. AT MESA (2013) - Played numerous spots defensively. Had a big, four-hit, game against Okanagan as well as a 3-4 day, including a triple, versus Scottsdale Added two-hit contests in games with the University of Arizona Club, Paradise Valley, Arizona Western, Chandler-Gilbert and Phoenix twice. AT BRADSHAW MOUNTAIN - Played for the Bears for four years under coach Randy Clifford. An Honor Roll student and participated in the Realy for Life. PERSONAL - Wes Byers was born Nov. 19, 1992 in

Oregon. He is a Biology major and the son of Winston and Wendy Byers. He has a brother Wyatt, 23, who plays baseball at Cal Lutheran, and two sisters, Whitney, 17 and Wrylee, 15.

Wes Byers at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

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BB 12 7 19

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AVG OBP SLG .273 .353 .298 .254 .299 .314 .264 .346 .305

# 11 Joseph Carvalho Freshman - P - R-R - 5-11 - 165 - Palmdale, Calif. - Paraclete H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Named first team All-American as well as all-ACCAC and all-Region I, DII. Tossed a complete-game shutout against GateWay and limited nationally-ranked, DI, Central Arizona to three hits and one run over seven innings. Had a season-high seven strikeouts in that game as well as in a win over Scottsdale. Came in for the save in the NJCAA DII World Series championship game. PERSONAL - Joseph Carvalho was born on Dec. 15, 1994 in Baltimore, Md. He is studying Science. He is the son of Joe and Tina Carvalho. He has five siblings, Cameron, 20, Seth, 14, Mason, 12, Carmen, 2, and Carinne, 6-months old

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 20 16 11 2 2 6 107.2 80 32 20 29 78 6.52 2 1.67

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# 22 P.J. Catera Sophomore - IF - R-R - 6-0 - 205 - Peoria, AZ - Liberty H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Injured most of the season, appeared in just six games. AT MESA (2013) - Became a starter about 20 games into the season and put together nine multi-hit games. Had four RBIs in a win over Paradise Valley. AT LIBERTY - Named first team all-region in his senior year playing for coach Mark Ernster. The Lions won the state 4AII championship when he was a junior and was honorable mention all-region. Played basketball as a freshman. PERSONAL - P.J. Catera was born Jan. 13, 1994 in New Jersey. He is a business major and the son of Donna and Joe Catera.

P.J. Catera at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G AB R 47 149 16 6 9 1 53 158 17

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RBI BB 20 23 2 2 22 25

K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 29 - - .255 .369 .336 - - - .444 .545 .444 29 -- -- .266 .380 .342

# 42 Ryan Chen Freshman - P - R-R - 6-6 - 185 - Las Vegas, Nev - Arbor View H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Seemed to do his best work against Scottsdale. In 14.1 innings he allowed just six hits and two unearned runs while striking out 12 and walking just two. He nailed down the save in the regional-clinching game with a runner at third and two out in the ninth in a 4-3 game. Also six solid innings in a win over Chandler-Gilbert. Got an NJCAA DII World Series victory as Mesa eliminated host Northern Oklahoma-Enid and tossed three hitless innings in the series opener against Vincennes (Ind.). PERSONAL - Ryan Chen was born on Oct. 11, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nev. He is the son of Francis and Chrisa Chen-Davis. His major has yet to be decided. He has two sisters, Brianna, 17, and Trinity, 15.

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 17 8 2 4 1 - 60.2 56 35 26 18 49 7.27 2 3.86

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#10 Casey Congleton Sophomore - P - R-R - 6-3 - 190 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Centennial H.S. AT MESA (2014) - The side-armer was a key contributor out of the bullpen making 18 appearances including two scoreless innings against Phoenix as well as the ASU Club. Also 3.2 with just one earned run in another win over Phoenix. AT MESA (2013) - Went 1.2 hitless and scoreless innings in a win over Pima and an inning each versus Glendale, Phoenix and Arizona State when he picked up his only win of the year. AT CENTENNIAL - Second team all-conference for coach Charlie Cerrone. PERSONAL - Casey Congleton was born Aug. 18, 1993 in Athens, Texas. He is a Graphic Design major and the son of Bruce and Mary Congleton. He has a brother Austin, 21 and a sister Adri Goodson, 30.

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 14 0 1 0 0 - 17.0 19 17 10 7 10 5.29 - 5.29 19 0 2 0 0 - 21.1 27 18 13 4 15 6.33 1 5.48 33 0 3 0 0 - 38.1 46 35 23 11 25 5.87 1 5.40

# 36 Jason Euler Sophomore - P/1B - R-R - 6-3 - 230 - Flagstaff, AZ - Flagstaff H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Contributed both on the mound and at the plate. Tossed two scoreles, hitless innings against Thomson River and two without any runs versus the Utah State Club. Had a 3-3 day with a double and an RBI in a game with USU. Also went 3-8 with a double and two driven in during a series with Scottsdale. PERSONAL - Jason Euler was born on Dec. 7, 1992 in Flagstaff, Ariz. He is taking general courses at Mesa. He is the son of Bill Euler and Darcy Allen. His father played baseball at Scottsdale Community College in 1976-77 and Texas Pan-American in 1978. He was also a part o!f the Kansas City Royals organization from 1979-1981.

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# 3 Dillon Fahr Sophomore - Outfield - R-R - 5-8 - 150 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Coronado H.S. Lake Tahoe, Calif. He is the son of Carl and Kathie AT MESA (2014) - A huge 4-5 day in a win over Fahr and has not yet chosen his major. He has a Paradise Valley. Drove in a run and stole two bases. sister Kelsie, 24. Also went 3-3 with an RBI and steal in the opener of the Region I championship series with Scottsdale. Had eight other two-hit games and stole two bases six times. Started all six games of the NJCAA Division II World Series. AT MESA (2013) - Had three hits against Arizona Western and collected two apiece versus Pima, Phoenix, Scottsdale twice and the Arizona Christian JV, AT CORONADO - As a junior he was a second team all-state and second team all-region choice for coach Padilla. Also first team all-conference and first team all-region. As a senior he was first team all-division and second team all-conference and all-region. Played football as a fresman. PERSONAL - Dillon Fahr was born Oct. 27, 1993 in

Dillon Fahr at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

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BB 14 14 28

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SB CS 6 2 22 4 28 6

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# 38 Evan Fresquez Freshman - P - R-R - 5-9 - 190 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Coronado H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Made five starts and relieved nine times in compiling a 6-0 record. Went six innings with just one uneraned run in a win over Chandler-Gilbert, and six shutout innings in a victory over Arizona Western. Had a save against the Utah State Club in which he had five strikeouts in two innings. Named to the all-tournament team at the NJCAA DII World Series where he got the victory in the championship game with 4.2 innings of solid relief. PERSONAL - Evan Fresquez was born on Oct. 1, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nev. He is the son of Chris and Julie Fresquez. He is studying business. He has one brother, Camden, 21, and two sisters, Baylie, 16, and Brooklyn, 17.

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# 325 Danny Garlid Freshman - IF - R-R - 6-3 - 165 - Tempe, AZ - Seton Catholic H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Hit .364 primarily coming off the bench with three hits against the Arizona State and Utah State Clubs and two each versus Thompson River and Phoenix plus another game with the ASU club. Used often as a pinch runner with a total of eight steals, two coming in the Thompson River game. PERSONAL - Danny Garlid was born on Aug. 11, 1994 in Mesa, Ariz. He is the son of Scott and Doreen Garlid. He is majoring in business. He has three siblings, Michael, 15, Erick, 14, and Kathryn, 17.

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G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 28 55 15 20 4 - - 12 6 6 8 3 .364 .470 .436

# 29 Alex Gudac Freshman - OF - R-R - 5-10 - 165 - West Jordan, Utah - Juan Diego Catholic H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Took over as the starter in left field early in the season as had a great year. Went 4-5 in a game against Scottsdale and had three-hit contests versus Pima, Chandler-Gilbert and Paradise Valley. He then went 9-18 over the final four games of the NJCAA DII World Series including a 3-4 day in the semi-finnal win over Hinds and two more hits in the title game. Led Mesa, and ranked 34th in the nation with 24 steals. Named to the all-NJCAA World Series team. PERSONAL - Alex Gudac was born on Sept. 22, 1994 in Utah. He is the son of Mark and Kara Gudac. He is undecided on his major. He has one sister, Abby, 28.

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#24 John Havird Sophomore - P - L-L - 6-2 - 170 - Mesa, AZ - Red Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2014) - One of the best seasons on the mound for Mesa in years. He was a second team all-ACCAC choice and first team all-Region I. Went 11-1 with a 1.60 ERA over 101.1 innings. Hurled a one-hitter in the second game of the NJCAA DII World Series over seven innings in a victory over Lincoln Land. Also had a seven-inning one-hit shutout over DI Arizona Western, five-hit shutout over Chandler-Gilbert and numerous other solid games. AT MESA (2013) - A solid season with a 3.58 ERA even though his W-L record was only 4-7. Went 9.0 innings against DI Cochise allowing just two runs,

only one of which was earned but had a no-decision as the game went 11 innings. Worked 7.1 innings with five hits and one run in a win over Chandler-Gilbert. AT RED MOUNTAIN - A four-year player for the Mountain Lions winning honorbale mention all-district honors.. PERSONAL - John Havirl was born Sept. 17, 1993 in Seattle, Wash. He is the son of Mike and Laurie Havirl and has not yet chosen a major. He has a brother Aaron, 12 and a sister Alex, 22.

John Havird at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 15 10 4 7 0 2 73.0 70 52 29 29 60 7.40 - 3.58 16 14 11 1 0 5 101.1 72 21 18 21 68 6.04 - 1.60 31 24 15 8 0 7 174.1 142 73 47 50 128 6.61 -- 2.43

# 1 Drew Lacomb Sophomore - IF - S-R - 5-10 - 180 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Spring Valley H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Moved to second base and helped anchor a solid infield for the national champion T-Birds. Had eight three-hit games and seven with two hits. Two of the three-hit contests came in the NJCAA DII World Series including the championship game. Had a five RBI day in MCC's season-opening win over the Northern Arizona Club plus seven other games in which he had multiple RBIs including the title game. AT MESA (2013) - A starter all season long in his freshman year. He had a three-hit game against Phoenix and two hits in 19 other contests. Picked up four RBIs versus Arizona Western and two each in five other games. AT SPRING VALLEY - Chosen as second team all-Southern Nevada in his senior year when he was also first team all-region and first team all-conference. As a junior he was second team all-region and first

team all-conference and was an all-state academic players in each of his final three seasons. Played for coach Paul Bassett. A member o the National Honor Society. PERSONAL - Drew LaComb was born June 21, 1994 in Las Vegas, Nev. He is majoring in Math and is the son of Rene and Deb LaComb. He has a brother Chase, 23. Did 100 hours as a student tutor.

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National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

G AB R 56 204 37 58 174 35 114 378 72

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H 2B 3B 59 12 2 58 4 3 117 16 5

HR - - -

RBI 26 32 58

BB 35 30 65

K SB CS 40 5 3 33 4 1 73 9 4

AVG OBP SLG .289 .401 .368 .333 .445 .391 .310 .442 .378

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# 8 Levi Larmour Freshman - 1B/OF - R-R - 6-1 - 180 - Oakville, Ont. Can. - Stephen Lewis Secondary AT MESA (2014) - Became the T-Birds regular first baseman and hit .328. He then batted .353 as Mesa won the NJCAA DII World Series. He drove in seven runs in the series. During the regular season he had three hits each against Okanagan and Paradise Valley and a total of nine two-hit games. He also drove in two runs six times and had three in the NJCAA semi-final. AT MESA (2013) - Became a starter toward the end of the season and hit a creditable .323. Produced three hits in successive games against Paradise Valley and Scottsdale. Had a total of ten multi-hit games. AT STEPHEN LEWIS - Did not play baseball, played volleyball instead. PERSONAL - Levi Larmour was born Jan. 30, 1994 in Canada. He is s Graphic Design major and the son of James and Heidi Larmour.

Levi Larmour at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G AB R 34 93 19 47 125 25 81 218 44

H 2B 3B 30 7 1 41 6 1 71 13 2

HR - - -

RBI 19 25 44

BB 12 19 31

K SB CS 13 1 - 27 6 - 40 7 -

AVG OBP SLG .323 .427 .419 .328 .430 .392 .326 .429 .404

# 19 Chad Leonard Sophomore - P/IF - R-R - 6-4 - 235 - Mesa, AZ - Queen Creek H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Again played off and on due to injuries. Had a pair of hits, including a double, against Colorado Northwestern and two RBIs versus Thompson Rivers. Also pitched in a total of nine games with a 3.12 ERA. AT MESA (2013) - Injured after the team's 15th game. Previously, he had three hits against Thompson Rivers and drove in two runs in that game. AT QUEEN CREEK - An Arizona Senior All-Star. Chosen all-section as both a junior and senior playing for coach Mike Campbell. Also an outstanding football player. PERSONAL - Chad Leonard was born July 19, 1994 in Downey, Calif. The son of Delbert and Michelle Leonard has not yet chosen a major. He has a brother

Brett, 17 and two sisters, Jessica, 23 and Kelsey, 18. Has volunteered a the veterans' hospital, the food bank and London's Run.

Chad Leonard at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

G AB R H 2B 3B 10 28 10 9 3 - 23 28 3 7 2 - 33 56 13 16 5 -

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BB 1 4 5

K SB CS 5 2 - 11 - - 16 2 -

AVG OBP SLG .321 .367 .429 .250 .344 .321 .286 .355 .375

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# 18 Cole Loncar Sophomore - OF - R-R - 6-0 - 205 - Olympia, Wash. - Olympia H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Collected four hits in the season's third game, against Southen Idaho. Had three hits against Paradise Valley and Eastern Utah in the Region I tournament, as well as the NJCAA DII World Series championship game. Hit .333 with a pair of doubles in the series. Drove in three in the semi-final win over Hinds. AT MESA (2013) - A fine year hitting .353 with 45 RBIs. Went 5-6 with two doubles and an RBI in an early-season game with Phoenix. Had three hits apiece against Colorado Northwestern, Glendale, the Arizona State Club and the Arizona Christian JV and added two hits in 18 other games. Kocked in three runs each versus Arizona Western, Glendale and the Arizona Christian JV.

AT OLYMPIA - A second team all-state selection in his senior season playing for coach Todd McDougal. All-state offensive MVP. Set a record for RBIs and tied a home run mark. Also all-league as a sophomore and junior. PERSONAL - Cole Loncar was born Jan. 24, 1993 in Olympia, Wash. The Business major is the son of Paul and Virginia Loncar. Has a brother Cameron, 23 and a sister Corinne, 17.

Cole Loncar at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G AB R 55 207 43 55 180 33 110 387 76

H 2B 3B 73 19 2 61 15 2 134 34 4

HR - 2 2

RBI 45 44 89

BB 18 24 42

K SB CS 9 8 - 9 12 2 18 20 2

AVG OBP SLG .353 .422 .464 .339 .429 .478 .346 .425 .470

# 9 Daniel Lutz Freshman - P - S-R - 5-10 - 165 - Phoenix, AZ - Shadow Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Took over the closer's job about mid-season and finished with five saves, including one against Northern Oklahoma-Enid in the NJCAA DII World Series. His other saves came against Scottsdale, GateWay, Phoenix and the Utah State Club. PERSONAL - Daniel Lutz was born on May 20, 1995 in Phoenix, Ariz. He is the son of Edward and Susan Lutz. His plan of action is to study in the criminal justice field. He has two siblings, Jonathan, 24, and Larissa, 21.

Daniel Lutz at Mesa SEASON 2014

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 27 0 3 2 5 - 37.1 32 18 14 14 28 6.75 - 3.38

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# 21 Shawn Maloney Freshman - OF - R-L - 5-10 - 175 - Tempe, AZ - Corona del Sol H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Hit .328 in part-time action. Went 3-4 in a game with Phoenix with an RBI and had two hits each versus Okanagan, Pima, Chandler-Gilbert, the Arizona State Club and the Arizona Christian JV twice. Three RBIs against the ASU club and two in another ASU game as well as Okanagan and Pima. PERSONAL - Shawn Maloney was born on Nov. 7, 1994 in Mesa, Ariz. He is the son of Tom and Lillian Maloney. He is majoring in exercise and wellness. He has two brothers, Casey, 23, and Patrick, 22. .

Shawn Maloney at Mesa SEASON 2014

G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 26 61 15 20 2 2 - 15 10 13 3 3 .328 .446 .426

# 26 Sean McGuire Freshman - P - R-R - 5-11 - 160 - Phoenix, AZ - Desert Vista H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Made nine appearances including three innings of one-hit ball against Pima and four hitless innings against the Northern Arizona Club in the season-opener. PERSONAL - Sean McGuire was born on Aug. 10, 1994 in Phoenix, Ariz. He is studying secondary education with an emphasis in history. He is the son of John and Anne McGuire. He has one sister, Samantha, 27.

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 9 3 3 0 0 - 26.2 27 16 12 8 15 5.06 - 4.05

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# 23 Casey Moses Freshman - IF - R-R - 6-0 - 165 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Centennial H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Missed the first four games of the year but then started with a bang, going 8-9 with six RBIs in a doubleheader with the Arizona State Club. Later had 14 more multi-hit games with two each in the last two games of the NJCAA DII World Series. Drove in three runs against DI Cochise. PERSONAL - Casey Moses was born on Dec. 8, 1993 in Las Vegas, Nev. He is majoring in Science. He is the son of Scott and Adrianne Moses. He has one brother, Andrew, 25.

Casey Moses at Mesa SEASON 2014

G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 54 185 41 55 10 - - 23 36 13 9 - .297 .413 .351

# 4 Josh Murtha Freshman - P - R-R - 6-0 - 190 - Las Vegas, Nev. - Faith Lutheran H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Part-time starter and reliever. Picked up a win against the Utah State Club with three innings of two-hit ball. PERSONAL - Joshua Murtha was born on Dec. 1, 1994 in Santa Monica, Calif. He is the son of Arthur and Rosanna Murtha. His major has yet to be decided. He has one sister, Diana, 12.

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 14 2 3 1 0 - 15.2 13 5 5 - 6 3.45 - 2.87

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# 17 Marious Mylonas Sophomore - C/1B - R-R - 5-11 - 180 - Scottsdale, AZ - Desert Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Alternated between first base and catcher. Had two hits against Phoenix and Colorado Northwestern AT MESA (2013) - Hit .319 and drove in 29 runs as Mesa's primary catcher. Had three hits each against GateWay, Paradise Valley, Eastern Arizona and Chandler-Gilbert as well as twice versus the Arizona State Club and once versus the Utah State Club. Also had nine other two-hit games and drove in four runs in a game with Glendale and two five other times. AT DESERT MOUNTAIN - An honoiable mention allregion choice as a senior for coach Rice. The Wolves

were state runners-up in his junior year and Desert Sky Conference champions in his senior season. He was academic all-conference. PERSONAL - Marious Mylonas was born Oct. 8, 1992 in Payson, AZ. He is majoring in Exercise Science and Kinesiology and is the son of Dimitrios and Laura Mylonas. He has a brother Markos, 25. Volunteers at the St. Vincent DePaul food bank and works as baseball instruction camps.

Marious Mylonas at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G 53 31 84

AB R 191 30 78 13 269 43

H 61 15 76

2B 3 - 3

3B - - -

HR - - -

RBI 29 3 32

BB 10 9 19

K 14 7 21

SB CS 6 - 4 1 10 1

AVG OBP SLG .319 .374 .335 .192 .284 .192 .283 .348 .294

# 16 Ryan Reinhart Freshman - P - R-R - 5-9 - 170 - Albuquerque, N.M. - Sandia H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Started six games and also worked in relief five times. Got victories over Paradise Valley, the Arizona Christian JV and the Northern Arizona and Utah State Clubs. Pitched four innings of two-hit ball versus NAU and 1.1 hitless innings against Glendale.. PERSONAL - Ryan Reinhart was born on March 14, 1995 in Albuquerque, N.M. He is studying accounting. He is the son of Donovan and Christine Reinhart. He has two siblings, Josh, 17, and Bailey, 15.

Ryan Reinhart at Mesa SEASON 2014

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G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 11 6 4 1 0 - 23.2 28 13 11 8 18 6.85 - 4.18

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# 39 Kyle Richard Freshman - Pitcher - R-R - 6-4 - 185 - Reno, Nev. - Coronado H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Eight appearances, including a start. Two hitless innings against Colorado Northwestern and two allowing just one hit in a victory over Phoenix. PERSONAL - Kyle Richard was born on Aug. 15, 1994 in Santa Maria, Calif. His major has yet to be decided. He is the son of Matt Richard. He has two sisters, Nicole Starges, 24, and Shelby, 21.

Kyle Richard at Mesa SEASON 2014

G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 8 1 0 0 0 - 12.1 12 6 5 3 9 6.57 - 3.65

# 2 Jordan Rose Freshman - C - R-R - 5-10 - 190 - Tremonton, Utah - Bear River H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Injuries limited his playing time. Hit .404 when he was available.Had three hits against Okanagan and the Arizona State Club and two versus Thompson Rivers, the Arizona State JV and another contest with ASU. Had three RBIs against the Northern Arizona Club. PERSONAL - Jordan Rosa was born on Aug. 17, 1993 in Logan, Utah. He is majoring in engineering. He is the son of Mike and Kelly Rose. He has two siblings, Jared, 26, and Jessica,15.

Jordan Rose at Mesa SEASON 2014

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G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 19 47 8 19 1 - - 10 5 3 - - .404 .472 .426

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# 27 Nick Schuman Sophmore - P - R-L - 6-5 - 220 - Mesa, AZ - Westwood H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Became a huge factor out of the bullpen as the season wore on. But he also made one of the biggest starts of the year, limiting Hinds to just one hit over five innings in Mesa's semi-final NJCAA World Series win, 12-0. He also got a win in MCC's victory over Southeastern and was named Pitcher of the Tournament throwing a total of 9.1 scoreless innings with just three hits allowed. AT MESA (2013) - Appeared in 13 games, all but one in relief. Earned wins over Thompson Rivers and the Utah State Club.

AT WESTWOOD - Honorable mention all-district as a senior for coach Stephenson. Also played football as a freshman. Graduated in the top 15 percent of his class. PERSONAL - Nick Schuman was born April 7, 1994 in Phoenix, AZ. The son of Len and Jean Schuman has not selected his major. He has three sisters: Rebecca, 17; Jessica, 15 and Amanda, 12. Works at Sam's Club and for his uncle's construction company. An Eagle Scout.

Nick Schuman at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 13 1 2 0 0 - 19.0 24 15 12 12 15 7.11 - 5.68 19 1 2 0 1 1 25.2 22 6 4 7 19 6.66 - 1.40 32 2 4 0 1 1 44.2 46 21 16 19 34 6.85 - 3.22

# 7 Zack Soria Freshman - C - R-R - 5-10 - 190 - Chicago, Ill/ - St. Rita H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Posted a fine .335 batting average but truly excelled at the plate. Threw out 19 of 28 base stealers. Earned first team all-ACCAC and all-Region I, DII honors. Went 11-23 (.478) in the NJCAA DII World Series with three doubles and four RBIs and was named to the all-tournament team. Had three hits in the series against Southeastern and a total of 15 two-hit contests. Also drove in three runs in the NJCAA semi-final versus Hinds. PERSONAL - Zack Soria was born on October 29, 1993 in Chicago, Ill. He is studying financial accounting. He is the son of Bob and Debbie So-

ria. His father played baseball at St. Xavier U!niversity in Chicago. He has two brothers, Nate, 18, and Blacke, 15.

Zack Soria at Mesa SEASON 2014

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G 55

AB R 179 25

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H 60

2B 3B HR RBI BB 11 1 - 23 10

K 7

SB CS AVG OBP SLG 4 2 .335 .393 .408

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# 40 Chris Watson Sophomore - P - R-R - 6-0 - 185 - Cave Creek, AZ - Notre Dame Prep H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Made seven appearances, with two starts. Pitched two hitless innings against the Arizona State Club and 2.1 with just two hits in a weekend series with Glendale. PERSONAL - Christopher Watson was born on June 6, 1992 in Bakersfield, Calif. He is majoring in music business. He is the son of Clarke and Margaret Watson. His father played baseball at

Long Beach State and has other relatives whole played lacrosse at Vanderbilt.

Chris Watson at Mesa SEASON 2014

G GS W L SV CG IP H R ER BB K K/G HR ERA 7 2 0 1 0 - 8.2 7 5 4 6 6 6.23 1 4.15

# 30 Nick Williams Sophomore - OF/C - R-R - 6-0 - 185 - Pinetop, AZ - Blue Ridge H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Posted two hits in a contest with Eastern Arizona. Made 11 starts among his 25 games played. AT MESA (2013) - Went 5-9 in a two-game set against Paradise Valley and 4-8 in a doubleheader with Arizona Western. Had a total of ten multi-hit games and collected three RBIs each in games with Colorado Northwestern and Phoenix. AT BLUE RIDGE - First team all-state in his senior year playing for coach Joe Merklin. A member of the National Honor Society and earned an Honors Diploma. A member of the Student Council. Also played football for four years.

PERSONAL - Nick Williams wasa born Oct. 20, 1992 in Scottsdale, AZ. The Biology major is the son of Chris and Jill Williams. He has a sister Hannah, 24.

Nick Williams at Mesa SEASON 2013 2014 Career

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

G 40 25 65

AB R 114 18 39 5 153 23

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H 37 12 49

2B 4 - 4

3B - - -

HR - - -

RBI 16 6 22

BB 13 4 17

K 15 3 18

SB CS 2 - 2 - 4 -

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# 20 Jordan Zimmerman Freshman - IF - R-R - 6-0 - 200 - Mesa, AZ - Red Mountain H.S. AT MESA (2014) - Concluded his outstanding freshman season by being named MVP of the NJCAA Division II World Series and being named the Marucci Sports Elite Hitter for the Southwest District of Division II. Also a first team all-ACCAC choice as well as first team all-Region I, DII. At the World Series he was 14-28 and set a tournament record with 14 RBIs. Included was a double, a triple and two home runs. He led Mesa with a .378 batting average and 49 RBIs. He also stole 22 bases. Went 9-11 in a two-game series with Phoenix. Also had four hits versus Scottsdale and had eighth

three-hit games and 17 more with two hits. Drove in five runs against Chandler-Gilbert and four each versus Southeastern and the Utah State Club. In the season's final 17 games he went 36-71 (.507). PERSONAL - Jordan Zimmerman was born on Nov. 21, 1994 in Chandler, Ariz. He is studying engineering. He is the son of Bob and Sandy Zimmerman. He has two brothers, Mike 26, and Brandon, 22.

Jordan Zimmerman at Mesa SEASON 2014

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G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB CS AVG OBP SLG 61 233 51 88 15 6 5 49 19 12 22 4 .378 .432 .558

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2014 Record: 52-13 (.800)

ACCAC: 27-11 .711; Home 33-5 .868, Away: 12-7 .632; Neutral: 5-1 DATE Feb 1 Feb 1 Feb 2 Feb 4 Feb 8 Feb 8 Feb 9 Feb 10 Feb 11 Feb 14 Feb 15 Feb 16 Feb 18 Feb 19 Feb 22 Feb 22 Feb 24 Feb 25 Feb 25 Feb 28 Mar 1 Mar 4 Mar 5 Mar 7 Mar 8 Mar 12 Mar 12 Mar 14 Mar 14 Mar 18 Mar 19 Mar 20 Mar 22 Mar 22 Mar 25 Mar 25 Mar 26 Mar 29 Mar 29 Apr 1 Apr 1 Apr 4 Apr 5 Apr 8 Apr 9 Apr 11 Apr 12 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 18 Apr 19 Apr 22 Apr 23 Apr 25 Apr 26 May 1 May 2 May 8 May 9 May 24 May 25 May 26 May 27 May 29 May 31

OPPONENT Northern Arizona Club Northern Arizona Club Southern Idaho Arizona State Club Arizona State Club Arizona State Club Colorado Northwestern Colorado Northwestern Okanagan at Phoenix* Phoenix* Thompson River Glendale* at Glendale* at Pima* at Pima* Arizona Christian Club Yavapai* Yavapai* at GateWay* GateWay* Chandler-Gilbert* at Chandler-Gilbert* Paradise Valley* at Paradise Valley* Utah State Club Utah State Club Utah State Club Utah State Club Scottsdale* at Scottsdale* Arizona Christian JV at Arizona Western* at Arizona Western* Central Arizona* Central Arizona* Arizona Christian JV Cochise* Cochise* at Eastern Arizona* at Eastern Arizona* at GateWay* GateWay* at Chandler-Gilbert* Chandler-Gilbert* at Paradise Valley* Paradise Valley* at Scottsdale* Scottsdale* South Mountain* at South Mountain* Phoenix* at Phoenix* at Glendale* Glendale* Eastern Utah% Eastern Utah% Scottsdale% Scottsdale% vs. Vincennes# vs. Lincoln Land# vs. Northern Okla-Enid# vs. Southeastern# vs. Hinds# vs. Hinds#

SCORE AB W, 10-1 27 W, 9-0 28 W, 6-0 30 W, 18-2 38 W, 8-0 33 W, 14-4 37 W, 6-3 33 W, 5-0 28 W, 11-1 28 W, 6-4 48 W, 11-8 34 W, 11-4 35 L, 5-0 29 L, 8-7 33 L, 3-2 27 W, 9-3 36 L, 9-5 38 W, 7-1 27 W, 8-7 35 W, 1-0 29 L, 6-5 33 W, 2-0 28 W, 6-2 35 W, 5-1 38 L, 4-1 31 W, 5-0 26 W, 3-2 23 W, 3-2 26 W, 14-4 29 W, 8-7 37 L, 2-1 34 W, 10-1 51 W, 2-0 27 W, 6-5 30 W, 3-1 23 L, 11-1 30 W, 11-3 26 W, 4-3 26 W, 6-4 24 W, 5-2 27 L, 8-3 32 W, 2-1 32 W, 5-3 30 W, 11-6 37 W, 7-4 36 L, 3-2 36 W, 13-10 37 L, 4-2 27 W, 11-1 37 W, 8-2 30 W, 3-2 48 W, 5-4 34 W, 4-1 33 W, 6-3 37 L, 6-5 36 W, 11-1 20 W, 8-0 23 W, 8-2 34 W, 4-3 30 L, 9-4 36 W, 9-0 30 W, 10-7 40 W, 8-3 34 W, 12-0 24 W, 9-7 48

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

H 11 9 10 18 12 17 9 9 12 13 13 13 2 9 7 12 11 11 10 6 9 7 9 14 8 10 7 9 13 14 6 21 7 11 6 8 12 8 9 6 7 10 9 12 13 11 15 4 12 8 12 9 9 11 12 8 11 14 10 9 10 13 12 13 18

2B 3B HR RBI BB K SB 2 1 - 8 3 2 1 3 1 1 10 5 4 4 1 - - 4 4 2 3 - 1 1 14 13 6 - 1 - - 8 5 2 2 2 - - 10 8 5 6 1 - - 2 7 2 5 2 - - 4 7 2 2 - 2 - 7 7 1 - 2 - - 5 3 3 6 2 1 - 9 6 4 5 3 - - 10 7 8 12 - - - 0 3 6 - 1 1 - 5 3 5 4 - - - 2 2 6 1 - 1 - 8 5 1 4 2 - - 6 4 4 1 4 - 1 7 - 3 - 2 - - 6 5 7 2 - - - 1 2 2 - - - - 3 5 2 6 1 - - 2 1 5 - 2 1 - 6 2 3 7 2 - - 3 - 5 2 - - - 1 1 5 - 1 - - 4 1 1 4 - - - 2 5 - 1 2 1 1 3 1 3 - 1 - - 13 6 1 2 2 1 - 6 3 4 2 1 - - 1 1 4 1 3 - - 8 4 1 6 1 - - 0 2 3 3 - - - 4 3 3 2 - 1 - 2 4 6 2 2 - - 0 1 7 - 4 - - 8 6 1 2 2 - - 3 6 1 - 4 1 - 5 1 3 2 1 - - 4 6 5 - 2 - - 3 2 4 - 1 - - 2 - 2 2 4 - - 5 - 2 2 1 1 1 11 10 9 1 2 1 1 5 3 3 4 4 - - 2 5 5 2 - 1 1 13 2 4 - - 1 - 2 6 9 - 2 1 - 5 4 5 - 4 - - 7 3 3 2 1 1 - 3 2 5 1 2 - - 5 2 2 1 1 - - 4 1 1 - 1 - - 6 - 1 - - 1 - 5 3 2 - 1 1 1 9 6 2 1 1 - - 4 4 1 3 1 - - 8 2 2 1 - - - 2 7 - 1 2 - 1 4 4 5 1 1 - - 8 5 3 3 2 - 1 8 4 5 2 1 - 2 8 5 5 - 2 1 - 12 4 3 - 2 1 - 9 3 10 3

CS 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 -

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Mesa Record Book Hitting Batting Average Season .465 Career .434

Bill Minis, 1987 Steve Willis, 1986-87

RBIs Season 95 Career 136

Bobby Diliberto, 2002 Bobby Diliberto, 2001-02

Stolen Bases Season 50 Career 95

Casey Tornberg, 1999 Derrick Lytle, 2001-02

Hits Season 115 Career 170

Mike Campbell, 1997 Vernon Wilkins, 1970-71 Steve Willis, 1986-87

Runs Career

83 139

Mike Campbell, 1997 Steve Willis, 1986-87

At Bats Season 254 Career 435

Edgar Ramirez, 2004 Steve Veit, 1989-90

2B Season 29 Career 41

Shea Hillenbrand, 1996 Bobby Diliberto, 2002 Steve Willis, 1986-87

3B Season 10 Career 17

Vernon Wilkins, 1971 Derrick Lytle, 2002 Craig Kuhse, 1982 Mike Campbell, 1997 Craig Kuhse, 1982-83

HR Season 22 Career 30

Bobby Diliberto, 2002 Bobby Diliberto, 2001-02

Walks Season 57 Career 106

Marty Stajduhar, 1971 Jeff Cermak, 1994-95

Hitting Streak Season 38

Chris Cooper, 1993

Pitching ERA Season 0.78 Career 0.97

Jim Otten, 1970 Jim Otten, 1970-71

W-L Percentage Season 1.000 Career .880

Doug Slocum, 1971 Dennis Miller, 1977 Scott Walker, 2002 Doug Slocum, 1971-72

Wins Season 16

Jim Otten, 1970 Doug Slocum, 1972

Innings Pitched Season 163.1 Career 294.1

Doug Slocum, 1972 Mike Pfitzer, 1970-71

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Strikeouts Season 198 Career 295

Doug Slocum, 1972 Jim Otten, 1970-71

Shutouts Season 6 Career 8

Don Formiller, 1969 Don Formiller, 1968-69

Saves Season 12 Career 12

Charlie Land, 2012 Charlie Land, 2012

Team Records Batting Average Season .365

1993

Hits Game 32 Season 724

vs. Trinidad (Colo.), 1979 2002

RBIs Season 513

2002

Runs Game 34 Season 608

vs. Trindad (Colo.), 1979 2002

2B Game 9 Season 158

vs. South Mountain, 1993 2002

3B Game 4 Season 39

vs. Monroe (NY), 1980 vs. San Diego CC, 1991 2002

HR Game 10 Season 75

vs. South Mountain, 1986 1986

Walks Game 18 Season 330

vs. Northwest Colorado, 1981 1990

Stolen Bases Game 12 Season 168

vs. Snow (Utah). 1972 1996

Pitching Season ERA

1.86

Wins Season 45

2002

Strikeouts Season 444

1970

Wininng Streak Season 13

1978

Saves Season 14

2012

Double Plays Season 64

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Mesa Year-by-Year History Year 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998 1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980 1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966

Overall Pct. Conf. Pct. Coach Regular Season 52-13 .800 27-11 .711 Tony Cirelli T 1st Place 25-31 .446 11-27 .289 Tony Cirelli T-8th Place 41-15 .732 23-15 .605 Tony Cirelli T-3rd Place 38-20 .655 22-16 .579 Tony Cirelli 2nd Place 32-24 .571 21-17 .553 Tony Cirelli 3rd Place 27-30 .474 13-25 .342 Tony Cirelli 4th Place 25-30 .455 11-25 .306 Tony Cirelli 5th Place 30-26 .538 15-21 .417 Tony Cirelli 2nd Place 44-21 .677 22-14 ..611 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 43-23 .652 23-15 .605 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 42-21 .667 21-17 .553 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 33-24 .579 19-19 .500 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 45-15 .750 28-10 .737 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 31-25 .554 20-18 .526 Tony Cirelli 3rd Place 33-25 .569 21-19 .525 Tony Cirelli 2nd Place 31-27 .534 25-15 .625 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 32-24 .571 16-20 .444 Tony Cirelli 7th Place 37-20 .649 24-12 .667 Tony Cirelli 4th Place 33-23 .589 22-14 .611 Tony Cirelli 1st Place 40-17 .702 23-13 .639 Tony Cirelli 3rd Place 35-20 .636 22-14 .611 Roger Schmuck 38-14-1 .726 28-8 .778 Roger Schmuck 1st Place 28-19-1 .594 21-15 .583 Roger Schmuck 34-18 .654 24-12 .667 Roger Schmuck 38-21 .644 21-15 .583 Roger Schmuck 33-21 .611 21-15 .583 Roger Schmuck 27-22 .551 21-15 .583 Roger Schmuck 39-13 .750 29-7 .750 Roger Schmuck 30-20 .600 19-7 .731 Roger Schmuck 26-21 .456 12-13 .480 Roger Schmuck 29-15 .659 18-8 .692 Roger Schmuck 23-15 .605 14-12 .538 Roger Schmuck 35-16 .686 17-7 .708 Jim Frye 1st Place 19-22 .463 11-15 .423 Jim Frye 36-19 .655 18-9 .667 Jim Frye 1st Place 25-14 .641 17-9 .654 Jim Frye 33-11 .750 19-6 .760 Jim Frye 27-14 .659 16-10 .615 Jim Frye 29-14 .674 19-6 .750 Jim Frye 25-18 .581 13-13 .500 Jim Frye 30-13 .698 16-10 .615 Jim Frye 34-18 .654 12-6 .667 Jim Frye 1st Place 41-13 .759 16-4 .800 Jim Frye 1st Place 37-15 .71 15-5 .750 Jim Brock 1st Place 39-11 .780 19-5 .792 Jim Brock 1st Place 30-12-1 .709 15-5-1 .738 Jim Brock 1st Place 21-13 .618 10-10 .500 Jim Brock 19-13-1 .591 11-8-1 .575 Jim Brock 17-16 .515 10-10 .500 Jim Brock

Playoffs National Champions and Region I champions

Region I DII and District Champions Region I DII and District Champions Region I DII and District Champions Region I Runner-Up ACCAC Champions

ACCAC Champions ACCAC Champions NJCAA 3rd Place

ACCAC Champions ACCAC Champions

ACCAC Champion National Champions and ACCAC Champions National Champions and ACCAC Champions National Champions and ACCAC Champio\ ACCAC Champions

MCC Coaching Records Head Coach Years Tony Cirelli 1995-present Roger Schmuck 1983-1994 Jim Frye 1972-1982 Jim Brock 1966-1971 Mesa Baseball - 1526- 880- 2 (.634)

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

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Record 716-455 380-219 334-172 163-80-2

Win Pct. .611 .634 .600 .665

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Mesa Baseball Honors All-American (44)

Joseph Carvalho 2nd team P Michael Wesolowski 3rd team IF Michael Desabrais 2nd team P Darian Johnson 2nd Team OF Mike Wesolowski 3rd Team UT Darian Johnson 2nd Team OF Michael Levi 3rd Team IF Michael Levi 3rd Team OF Bryan Miller 2nd Team OF Matt Lambeth 2nd Team OF Chris Cook 2nd Team IF Bobby Diliberto 1st Team DH Shea Hillenbrand 1st Team Martin Dewett 1st Team Vance Wilson 2nd Team Chris Cooper 1st Team Bill Minnis 3rd team IF Mike Devereaux 3rd team OF Randy Rector 3rd team P Rocky Coyle 2nd team OF Cary Palmer Hon. Men. P Marty Barrett 1st Team IF Mickey Hatcher 1st team OF Scott Mark Hon. Men. OF Ken Phelps 1st Team IF Dan Graham 2nd Team IF Julio Delgado 1st Team IF Ray Forgie Hon. Men P Bob Pate Hon. Men. IF Jeff Oscarson 2nd team IF Doug Slocum 2nd Team P Vern Wilkins 1st Team IF Marty Stajduhar 1st Team C Jim Otten 2nd team P Marc Rhea Hon. Men Ken Reed 1st team IF Jim Otten 1st Team P Larry Schutzius 2nd team OF Vern Wilkins Hon. Men. IF Bob Engle Hon. Men. C Roger Schmuck 1st team OF Wendell Franke 1st team P Ken Reed 2nd team IF Larry Schutzius Hon. Men. OF Jack Collinge 2nd team IF

2014 2012 2012 2011 2011 2010 2006 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 1996 1993 1993 1992 1987 1983 1983 1980 1979 1978 1976 1975 1974 1974 1973 1973 1973 1972 1972 1971 1971 1971 1971 1970 1970 1970 1970 1970 1969 1969 1969 1969 1968

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

All-ACCAC & All-Region I All-ACCAC Pos. Year Joseph Carvalho (1st team) P 2014 Zack Soriua (1st team) C 2014 Jordan Zimmerman (1st team) IF 2014 John Havird (2nd team) P 2014 Cole Loncar (2nd team) OF 2014 Kevin Carr (2nd team) IF 2013 Wesolowski (1st team) IF 2012 P 2012 Steven Swingle (1st team) C 2012 Nick Johnson (2nd team) IF 2012 Zack Nothwehr (2nd team) OF 2012 2012 2012 2012 Darian Johnson (1st Team) OF 2011 Mike Wesolowski (1st Team) UT 2011 Justin Walker (2nd Team) P 2011 P 2011 OF 2011 Darian Johnson (1st Team) OF 2010 Derek McCawley (2nd Team) DH 2010 P 2010 OF 2010 Jeff Harkensee (2nd Team) OF 2009 Dominic Gamboa (2nd Team) IF 2008 Nick Orr (2nd Team) OF 2008 Chris Caves (2nd Team) OF 2007 Tyler Sanford (2nd Team) C 2007 Connor Lewis 2007 Michael Levi (1st Team) IF 2006 Bryan Miller (2nd Team) OF 2006 Charlie Calamia 2006 Nate Burnham (1st Team) OF 2006 Doug Low (1st Team) C 2005 Edgar Ramirez (2nd Team) IF 2005 Nate Burnham (2nd Team) OF 2005 Bryan Miller (1st Team) OF 2005 Paul Schmidt 2005 Scott Welch 2004 Edgar Ramirez (2nd Team) IF 2004 Bobby McMurray (1st Team) IF 2004 Matt Lambeth (2nd Team) OF 2004 John McCarthy (1st Team) OF 2004 Chris Cook (1st Team) IF 2003 Matt Castillo (1st Team) OF 2003 Sean Iverson (2nd Team) IF 2003 AJ Lister (2nd Team) IF 2002 Bobby Diliberto (1st Team) DH 2002 Dave Ryan (2nd Team) C 2002 Derrik Lytle (1st Team) OF 2002 Robert Sedillo (2nd Team) IF 2002 Scott Walker (2nd Team) P 2002 Derrik Lytle (1st Team) OF 2001 Mike Kelso 2001 Tim Duff 2001 John Lezaja (2nd Team) P 2000 Mike Budak (1st Team) IF 2000 Scott Gerlach (2nd Team) IF 2000 Casey Tornberg (2nd Team) OF 1999 Chase Reno (1st Team) C 1999 Craig Remos (1st Team) OF 1999 Kyle Fouts (2nd Team) P 1999 Zach Cates (2nd Team) IF 1999 Brian Berger (2nd Team) IF 1998

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All-Region I (DII Post-2002 Joseph Carvalho (1st team) Zack Soria (1st team) Jordan zimmerman (1st team) John Havird (1st team) Cole Loncar (1st team) Michael Wesolowski (1st team) Michael Desabrais (1st team) Steven Swingle (1st team) Zack Nothwehr (1st team) Zack Nothwehr Adam Sonanend (1st team) T.J. Bennett (1st team) Charlie Land (2nd team) Darian Johnson (1st Team) Mike Wesolowski (1st Team) Justin Walker (1st Team) Mark Jarrett (2nd Team) Gary Mayberry (2nd Team) Darian Johnson (1st Team) Derek McCawley (1st Team) Derek Cone (2nd Team) Diego Martinez (2nd Team) Jeff Harkensee (1st Team) Dominic Gamboa (1st Team) Nick Orr (1st Team) Chris Caves (1st Team) Tyler Sanford (1st Team) Connor Lewis (1st Team) Michael Levi (1st Team) Bryan Miller (1st Team) Charlie Calamia (1st Team) Nate Burnham (1st Team) Doug Low (1st Team) Edgar Ramirez (1st Team) Nate Burnham (1st Team) Bryan Miller (1st Team) Paul Schmidt (1st Team) Scott Welch (1st Team) Bobby McMurray (1st Team) Matt Lambeth (1st Team) John McCarthy (1st Team) Chris Cook (1st Team) Matt Castillo (1st Team) Sean Iverson (1st Team) Bobby Diliberto (1st Team) Derrik Lytle (1st Team) Scott Walker (2nd Team) Derrik Lytle (2nd Team)

Mike Budak (2nd Team) Chase Reno (2nd Team) Craig Remos (2nd Team) Kyle Fouts (2nd Team) Brian Berger (2nd Team)

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1998 1998 1997 1997 1997 1997 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1994 1994 1994 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1991 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1986 1985 1985 1984

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

Brett Moushon Doyle Wilson Greg Sparks Jim Wells Doyle Wilson

1984 1984 1984 1984 1983

Jeff Cermak (1st Team) Kumandae Miller (2nd Team) Pete Peterson (2nd Team) Ralph Aldecoa (2nd Team)

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Year-by-Year Batting Stats Year 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

AB R H 1827 488 653 1765 421 577 1765 465 607 1828 424 608 1876 445 637 1876 480 627 1762 460 613 1942 608 724 1855 353 562 2059 443 652 2152 471 669 2089 446 653 1839 354 551 1700 319 499 1816 288 501 1808 328 537 1884 410 626 1949 433 651 1824 332 547 2098 426 680

2B 3B 113 31 103 33 108 25 116 30 125 18 129 13 100 22 158 39 96 13 113 22 127 28 105 28 109 32 70 20 91 19 75 27 85 40 88 22 82 12 95 23

HR 13 33 51 23 43 45 31 57 10 24 27 16 14 4 13 8 10 8 1 12

RBI 414 371 411 360 392 422 395 513 276 383 384 346 298 253 233 280 351 381 277 364

SAC 85 66 51 45 48 63 59 59 47 59 84 80 60 66 68 66 74 57 67 61

SO BB HP 227 318 248 256 275 228 281 242 45 269 226 45 296 299 76 269 199 67 320 367 61 328 201 70 331 264 88 410 283 59 317 236 65 384 176 83 314 215 57 304 181 66 263 217 45 316 227 73 296 266 97 256 198 69 231 245 61

SB-SBA Err. 130-175 116 167-216 104 93-116 123 117-159 114 165-195 111 129-159 86 130-150 137 93 100-119 55 75-99 99 148 60 72-85 130 105-133 93 61-83 92 91-107 82 144-163 81 70-84 86 61-69 129 130-158 81

Bat. Ave. .357 .327 .344 .333 .340 .334 .348 .363 .303 .317 .311 .313 .300 .294 .279 .297 .332 .334 .300 .324

Yearly Batting Leaders 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989

Dennis Hunt Bart Bell Keith Rhodes Randy Bayer Vernon Wilkins Vernon Wilkins Dave Collins Julio Delgao Ken Phelps Ken Gasper Mickey Hatcher Keith Brown Marty Barrett Tim Hayes Rocky Coyle Rob Farnan Steve Murray Mike Devereaux Bob Collum Martin Peralta Steve Willis Bill Minnis Jon Halland Richard Miller

National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

.411 .348 .336 .376 .389 .430 .398 .372 .434 .400 .451 .387 .441 .406 .396 .384 .394 .441 .426 .406 .438 .465 .397 .420

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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John Kostro Dave Garrow Chris Cooper Chris Cooper Vance Wilson Pete Peterson Shea Hillenbrand Mike Campbell Brian Gerlach Craig Remos Mike Budak Derrik Lytle Bobby Diliberto Pete Johnson John McCarthy Bryan Miller Nate Burnham Chris Caves Nick Orr Jeff Harkensee Darian Johnson Darian Johnson Mike Weslowski Cole Loncar Jordan Zimmerman

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.410 .431 .379 .435 .402 .441 .431 .464 .403 .413 .402 .373 .449 .356 .407 .373 .412 .372 .393 .359 .387 .440 .405 .353 .378


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All-ACCAC 2014 First Team PITCHER PITCHER PITCHER PITCHER CATCHER CATCHER INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD DH UTILITY

2nd Team Nicco Blank Jon Ferrendelli Randy Dalrymple Joseph Carvalho Beau Cebulski Zack Soria David Petrino Luke Doyle Jordan Zimmerman Irving Lopez Kellen Marruffo Spencer O'Neil Justin Behnke Chris Akmon Freddie Jimenez Andris Rizquez Jordan Peterson Darick Hall Brick Paskiewicz

Central AZ Chandler-Gilbert Gateway Mesa AZ Western Mesa Central AZ Yavapai Mesa AZ Western Pima Central AZ South Mtn South Mtn Gateway Central AZ Chandler-Gilbert Cochise Paradise Valley

PITCHER PITCHER PITCHER PITCHER CATCHER CATCHER INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD INFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD OUTFIELD DH UTILITY UTILITY

Brock Dykxhoorn Cole Plouck John Havird Chris Plitt Colby Hamilton Ryan Cooper Andrew Hermanson Casey Thomas Adam Wolfe Logan Comphel Cody Farrell Brody Clifford Cole Loncar Billy Clapperton Aaron Smith Junior Zepeda Brett Clark

Central AZ Pima Mesa South Mtn Central AZ Gateway Yavapai Gateway Scottsdale Gateway Central AZ Yavapai Mesa Gateway Central AZ Central AZ GateWay

Coach of the Year - Tony Cirelli, Mesa Player of the Year - Nicco Blank. Central Arizona

Final ACCAC Standings 2013-14

Conference GP Record Win % Runs Against Mesa 38 27-11 .711 193 146 Central Arizona 38 27-11 .711 246 123 GateWay 38 24-14 .632 195 134 South Mountain 38 23-15 .605 213 191 Scottsdale 38 22-16 .579 228 200 Pima 38 22-16 .579 170 150 Cochise 38 19-19 .500 173 142 Glendale 38 18-20 .474 152 203 Paradise Valley 38 17-21 .447 171 195 Arizona Western 38 16-22 .421 192 184 Yavapai 38 15-21-2 .421 193 238 Chandler-Gilbert 38 15-23 .395 149 165 Phoenix 38 12-26 .316 154 231 Eastern Arizona 38 7-29-2 .211 99 226

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Overall GP Record Win % Runs Against Last 10 Streak 65 52-13 .800 425 214 9-1 Won 5 58 42-16 .724 381 183 6-4 Lost 2 59 36-23 .610 335 225 7-3 Lost 1 65 40-25 .615 428 329 7-3 Lost 1 58 34-23-1 .595 382 303 6-4 Lost 2 59 34-25 .576 308 226 4-6 Lost 1 67 38-29 .567 406 286 5-5 Lost 1 52 28-24 .538 246 246 5-5 Won 1 55 30-25 .545 280 249 6-4 Won 2 55 31-24 .564 307 236 5-5 Lost 2 53 26-25-2 .509 342 311 3-5-2 Tied 2 56 31-25 .554 308 225 4-6 Lost 4 55 25-30 .455 267 297 1-9 Lost 8 54 15-37-2 .296 162 275 2-6-2 Tied 2

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All-Region I D1 1st Team Nicco Blank Beau Cebulski David Petrino Luke Doyle Irving Lopez Kellen Marruffo Spencer O'Neil Justin Behnke Chris Akmon Andris Rizquez Darick Hall (DH)

Central Arizona Arizona Western Central Arizona Yavapai Arizona Western Pima Central Arizona South Mountain South Mountain Central Arizona Cochise

Jon Ferrendelli Joseph Carvalho Randy Dalrymple Jordan Zimmerman Zack Soria Brick Paskiewicz John Havird Jordan Peterson Freddie Jimenez Adam Wolfe Cole Loncar (DH) D1 2nd Team

Chandler-Gilbert Mesa Gateway Mesa Mesa Paradise Valley Mesa Chandler-Gilbert Gateway Scottsdale Mesa

Brock Dykxhoorn Cole Plouck Chris Plitt Colby Hamilton Andrew Hermanson Cody Farrell Brody Clifford Aaron Smith-DH Junior Zepeda Austin Nelson Ethan Rosebeck

D2 1st Team

Central Arizona Pima South Mountain Central Arizona Yavapai Central Arizona Yavapai Central Arizona Central Arizona Cochise Pima

D2 2nd Team Ryan Cooper Casey Thomas Logan Comphel Billy Clapperton Brett Clark Jake Howard Tyrell King Cameron Brendel D.J. Carr Nick Ryan Christian Camacho National Champs 1970, 71, 72, 14

Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Gateway Scottsdale Paradise Valley Glendale Chandler-Gilbert Phoenix Paradise Valley 30

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T-Birds in the Majors (20) Over the years a total of 20 former Mesa baseball players have earned their way into the major leagues, the most recent being Brian Broderick who pitched for the Washington Nationals in 2011. These players have served a total of 132 seasons in the majors, meaning an average of 6.6 years, topped by the 16 years of Dave Collins and the 15 played by Hubie Brooks.

Marty Barrett - 10 years - 1982-91 -

Boston, San Diego

Tommy Barrett - 3 years - 1988-89, 1992 Philadelphia, Boston

Brain Broderick - 1 year - 2011 Washington

Mike Devereaux - 12 years - 1987-98

- Los Angeles (AL), Baltimore, Chicago (AL), Atlanta, Texas

Dan Graham - 3 years - 1979-81 - Minnesota, Baltimore

Dick Grapenthin - 3 years - 1983-85 Montreal

Hubie Brooks - 15 years - 1980-94 New York (NL), Montreal, Los Angeles (NL), California, Kansas City

Larry Harlow - 6 years - 1975, 1977-81 -

Dave Collins - 16 years - 1975-90 -

Mickey Hatcher - 12 years - 1979-90 Los Angeles (AL), Minnesota

California, Seattle, Cincinnati, New York (NL), Toronto, Oakland, Detroit, St. Louis

Pat Darcy - 3 years - 1974-76 - Cincin-

nati

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Baltimore, California

Shea Hillenbrand - 7 years - 2001-07 Boston, Arizona, Toronto, San Francisco, Los Angeles (NL), Los Angeles (AL)

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Paul Swingle - 1 year - 1993 - California

Brett Merriman - 2 years - 1993-94 -

Vance Wilson - 8 years- 1999-06 - New

Minnesota

York (NL), Detroit

132 total seasons

Jim Otten - 5 years - 1974-76, 1980-81 Chicgao (AL), St. Louis

Bob Pate - 2 years - 1980-81 - Montreal

Ken Phelps - 11 years - 1980-90 - Kansas City, Seattle, Montreal, New York (AL), Oakland, Cleveland

Jimmy Serrano - 1 year - 2004 - Kansas City

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Few, if any, NJCAA schools have had the overall success of the Mesa Community College athletic program. Through the end of the 2013-14 season, MCC teams had won 18 national championships in eight different sports, either won or shared 147 conference and region titles and have produced an amazing number of individual accomplishments. MCC athletes have won All-America recognition an incredible 263 times including athletes from every sport the school sponsors. As recently as 2007 Mesa won the Pepsi Cup (now called the NATYCAA Cup), emblematic of the top overall athletic program in the NJCAA and has finished in the Top 25 in each of the last six years among over 400 schools, finishing fourth in 2013-14

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Roster of Championships A list of championships

Mesa Community College teams over the years

FOOTBALL 1970 Shrine Bowl 1970 ACCAC 1973 ACCAC 1973 National Champions 1973 Sunkist Bowl 1974 ACCAC 1974 Wool Bowl 1975 ACCAC 1975 National Champions 1976 ACCAC 1976 Wool Bowl 1987 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC 1989 WSFL 1989 Valley of the Sun Bowl 1992 ACCAC 1994 ACCAC 1994 Valley of the Sun Bowl 1998 ACCAC 2007 Valley of the Sun Bowl 2012 Valley of the Sun Bow 2013 Heart of Texas Bowl BASEBALL 1969 ACCAC 1970 ACCAC 1970 National Champions 1971 ACCAC 1971 National Champions 1972 ACCAC 1972 National Champions 1973 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1993 ACCAC 1996 ACCAC 2002 ACCAC 2004 Region I Division II 2005 Region I Division II 2006 Region I Division II 2014 Region I, Division II 2014 National Champions MEN’S BASKETBALL 1970-71 ACCAC 1977-78 ACCAC 1977-78 Region I 1980-81 ACCAC 1980-81 Region I 1981-82 ACCAC 1982-83 Region I 1984-85 ACCAC 1985-86 ACCAC 1986-87 ACCAC 1986-87 Region I 1989-90 ACCAC 1989-90 Region I 1992-93 ACCAC 1995-96 ACCAC 1995-96 Region I 1996-97 ACCAC 1996-97 Region I 1997-98 Region I 1998-99 ACCAC 2009-10 Region I 2013-14 Region I

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL 1977-78 ACCAC 1979-80 ACCAC 1979-80 Region I 1980-81 ACCAC 1980-81 Region I 1998-99 Region I Division II 2001-02 Region I Division II 2007-08 Region I Division II 2011-12 Region I Division II 2012-13 Region I Division II 2012-13 NJCAA 2nd place 2013-14 Region I, Division II 2013-14 National Champions

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1996 Region I Division II 1997 Region I Division II WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY 1990 Region I 1990 ACCAC 1992 Region I 1992 ACCAC 1993 ACCAC 1996 Region I Division II 1996 NJCAA 3rd place 2003 Region I MEN'S GOLF 1974 ACCAC 1974 Region I 2008 Region I Division II 2011 Region I Division II 2014 Region I, Division II 2014 NJCAA 2nd place WOMEN'S GOLF 2003 ACCAC 2003 Region I 2004 ACCAC 2004 Region I 2005 ACCAC 2005 Region I 2007 ACCAC 2007 Region I 2008 ACCAC 2008 Region I 2009 ACCAC 2009 Region I 2009 ACCAC 2010 Region I 2010 ACCAC 2011 Region I 2011 ACCAC 2012 Region I 2012 ACCAC 2013 Region I 2013 ACCAC 2014 Region I 2014 ACCAC 2014 NJCAA 4th place WOMEN’S SOCCER 1996 Region I 1997 ACCAC 1998 Region I 1999 ACCAC 1999 Region I 2001 ACCAC 2001 Region I 2002 Region I 2003 ACCAC 2003 Region I 2003 District 2004 Region I 2004 District 2005 ACCAC 2005 Region I 2006 Region I 2006 District 2006 ACCAC MEN’S SOCCER 1988 ACCAC 1988 Region I SOFTBALL 1977 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC MEN’S TENNIS 1972 National Champions 1967 ACCAC

1968 ACCAC 1969 ACCAC 1970 ACCAC 1972 ACCAC 1973 ACCAC 1974 ACCAC 1975 ACCAC 1976 ACCAC 1977 ACCAC 1978 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1983 ACCAC 1984 ACCAC 1985 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC 2014 ACCAC 2014 Region I

WOMEN'S TENNIS 1975 Region I 1975 ACCAC 1976 Region I 1976 ACCAC 1977 Region I 1977 ACCAC 1979 Region I 1979 ACCAC 1980 Region I 1980 ACCAC 1981 Region I 1981 ACCAC 1982 Region I 1982 ACCAC 1983 Region I 1983 ACCAC 1986 ACCAC 1987 Region I 1987 ACCAC 1989 ACCAC 1990 Region I 1990 ACCAC 1993 Region I 1991 ACCAC 2014 ACCAC

MEN'S TRACK & FIELD 1968 Outdoor National Champ. 1968 ACCAC 1969 ACCAC 1969 Outdoor National Champ 1970 ACCAC 1970 Outdoor National Champ 1973 Outdoor National Champ 1973 ACCAC 1974 Outdoor National Champ 1974 Indoor National Champions 1974 ACCAC 1975 Outdoor National Champ 1975 ACCAC 1976 ACCAC 1980 Outdoor National Champ 1980 ACCAC WOMEN'S TRACK & FIELD 1977 ACCAC 1978 ACCAC 1979 Outdoor National Champ 1979 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC 1981 ACCAC 1982 ACCAC 1993 Region I VOLLEYBALL 1976 ACCAC 1977 National Champions 1977 ACCAC 1978 ACCAC 1979 ACCAC 1980 ACCAC


Mesa Baseball Schedule 2014 Day Date Sat Feb 1 Sun Feb 2 Tue Feb 4 Sat Feb 8 Sun Feb 9 Mon Feb 10 Tue Feb 11 Fri Feb 14 Sat Feb 15 Sun Feb 16 Tue Feb 18 Wed Feb 19 Fri Feb 21 Sat Feb 22 Mon Feb 24 Tue Feb 25 Fri Feb 28 Sat March 1 Tue March 4 Wed March 5 Fri March 7 Sat March 8 Wed March 12 Fri March 14 Tue March 18 Wed March 19 Thu March 20 Sat March 22 Tue March 25 Wed March 26 Sat March 29 Tue April 1 Fri April 4 Sat April 5 Tue April 8 Wed April 9 Fri April 11 Sat April 12 Tue April 15 Wed April 16 Fri April 18 Sat April 19 Tue April 22 Wed April 23 Fri April 25 Sat April 26 Home games bold *ACCAC games

Opponent Site Northern Arizona Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Southern Idaho Mesa Arizona St. Univ. Club Mesa Arizona St. Univ Club (DH) Mesa Northwest Colorado Mesa Northwest Colorado Mesa Okanagaw Mesa Phoenix* Mesa at Phoenix* Phoenix, AZ Thompson River Mesa Glendale* Mesa at Glendale* Glendale, AZ Arizona St. Univ Club Mesa at Pima (DH) Tucson, AZ Arizona Christian Univ. JV Mesa Yavapai* (DH) Mesa GateWay* Mesa at GateWay* Phoenix, AZ Chandler-Gilbert* Mesa at Chandler-Gilbert* Chandler, AZ Paradise Valley* Mesa at Paradise Valley* Paradise Valley, AZ Utah St. Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Utah St. Univ. Club (DH) Mesa Scottsdale* Mesa at Scottsdale* Scottsdale, AZ Arizona Christian Univ. Club Mesa at Arizona Western* (DH) Yuma, AZ Central Arizona* Mesa Arizona Christian Univ. Club Mesa Cochise* (DH) Mesa at Eastern Arizona* (DH) Thatcher, AZ at GateWay* Phoenix, AZ GateWay* Mesa at Chandler-Gilbert* Chandler, AZ Chandler-Gilbert* Mesa at Paradise Valley* Paradise Valley, AZ Paradise Valley* Mesa at Scottsdale* Scottsdale, AZ Scottsdale* Mesa South Mountain* Mesa at South Mountain* Phoenix, AZ Phoenix* Mesa at Phoenix* Phoenix, AZ at Glendale* Glendale, AZ Glendale* Mesa

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