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2011 2011 Stetson Stetson Baseball Baseball Media Media Guide Guide Table of Contents Media Information .............................................................................1-4 Quick Facts/Table of Contents ......................................................1 Media Guidelines...........................................................................2 Media Outlets/On the Air ...............................................................3 Media Relations Directory .............................................................4 Stetson University ........................................................................5 Melching Field at Conrad Park ...................................................6-7 2011 Season Outlook ..............................................................8-10 Hatter Coaching Staff ...................................................................11-18 Head Coach Pete Dunn ........................................................12-14 Stetson Coaching History ............................................................15 Assistant Coach Mark Leavitt .....................................................16 Assistant Coach Chris Roberts ...................................................17 Assistant Coach Matt Untiet ........................................................18 2011 Player Profiles .......................................................................19-37 31 Years of Baseball under Coach Dunn ....................................38 2011 Rosters ..................................................................................40-41 2011 Opponents ............................................................................42-45 Travel Itinerary & A-Sun PreseasonCoaches Poll .......................45 2010 in Review ..............................................................................46-49 2009 Statistics / Results .........................................................46-47 Atlantic Sun All-Conference / Honor Roll.....................................48 Conference Standings, Review ...................................................49 Hatter Records & History .............................................................50-73 Individual Career and Season Records .................................50-52 Team Records .............................................................................53 Single-Game Records .................................................................54 NCAA Postseason History ..........................................................55 Hatters in the Pros .................................................................56-57 Honors and Awards ................................................................58-59 Team Awards ..............................................................................60 Year-by-Year Results ..............................................................61-72 Records vs. Opponents ...............................................................73 The University ..............................................................................74-79 The President and Director of Athletics .......................................74 Administrative and Support Staff .................................................75 University Athletic Facilities ........................................................76 Sports Medicine/Strength and Conditioning ................................77 Atlantic Sun Conference..............................................................78 Chipper Jones Celebrity Golf Tournament ..................................79 2011 Team Photo ......................................................Inside Back Cover 2011 Schedule .......................................................Outside Back Cover

Stetson University Facts Location .....................................................................DeLand, FL 32723 Founded ......................................................................................... 1883 Enrollment ..................................................................................... 2,390 Nickname ....................................................................................Hatters Colors .............................................................. Hunter Green and White Affiliation .......................................................................NCAA Division I Conference ......................................................................... Atlantic Sun Playing Field ..........................................Melching Field at Conrad Park Capacity ........................................................................................ 2,500 Dimensions ....................................................LF-335 CF-403 RF-335 President ................................................................. Dr. Wendy B. Libby Director of Athletics ............................................................... Jeff Altier Senior Woman Administrator ...............................................Jan Usher Senior Associate A.D. ......................................................Richard Skeel Director of Sports Medicine.............................................Glenn Brickey Athletic Department Phone ..........................................(386) 822-8100 Ticket Office Phone ..................................................... (386) 738-HATS

Coaching Staff Head Coach ..................................................Pete Dunn (Stetson, 1972) Career/Stetson Record (years) ..................1,124-719-3 (32nd season) Assistant Coaches ................................ Mark Leavitt (Princeton, 1988) ........................................................................Chris Roberts (FSU, 1992) ...................................................................... Matt Untiet (UCONN, 2008) Baseball Office Phone ..................................................(386) 822-8730 Baseball Office Fax .......................................................(386) 822-8737

Baseball Information 2010 Overall Record ..................................................................... 27-31 Home | Away ........................................................................22-15 | 5-14 2010 A-Sun Record ............................................................... 14-13 / 6th Position Starters Returning / Lost ................................................ 8 / 1 Pitchers Returning / Lost ............................................................... 8 / 5 Letterwinners Returning / Lost ................................................... 22 / 8 Newcomers ........................................................................................ 12

Media Information Credits: The 2011 Stetson University Baseball Media Guide was written, edited and designed by Sports Information Director Dean Watson. Assistance provided by Jesse Cazakoff and Jamie Bataille. Front Cover Design by Dean Watson and Tennant Printing. Photography by Jim Hogue Photos, Dean Watson, and Sideline Sports. Printing by Tennant Printing Company, DeLand, FL.

Sports Information Director (Baseball) ..........................Dean Watson Office Phone ..................................................................(386) 822-8130 Cell Phone ......................................................................(386) 747-2824 E-mail ...................................................................dwatson@stetson.edu Assistant SID .................................................................Jesse Cazakoff Office Phone ..................................................................(386) 822-8131 Cell Phone ......................................................................(386) 717-4675 E-mail ...................................................................jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Fax .......................................................................(386) 822-7486 Press Box Phone ...........................................................(386) 736-7360 Web Site ..................................................................www.gohatters.com SID Mailing Address ......................................... 421 N. Woodland Blvd. ................................................................. Unit 8359, DeLand, FL 32723

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Mission Statement: The Stetson University Athletic Department strives to provide students with a sound educational experience through a holistic and collaborative athletic program that allows students to develop intellectually, spiritually, socially, and physically. Excellence is pursued through participation in a successful Division I, NCAA program, superior coaching, interaction among coaches, faculty, students, and staff, and a diversity of student-athlete activities based on a liberal-arts education. Students develop leadership through sport participation and community activities. In unison with the University Mission, the Athletic program helps students pursue truth by actively recruiting and providing a diverse and caring environment that values and commits to the rights and fair treatment of all people regardless of race, religion, or gender. The Athletic Program (Department) encourages its student athletes to be morally sensitive and contributing citizens through active forms of social responsibility.

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Media Media Information Information Sports Information Staff

Dean Watson Sports Information Director Baseball Contact (386) 822-8130 dwatson@stetson.edu

Tommy Smith Public Address Announcer

Erica Demers Message Center Operator

Jesse Cazakoff Assistant SID (386) 822-8131 jcazakof@stetson.edu

Media Guidelines

Branden Sears Student Asst. SID/ Scoreboard Operator

Press Credentials and Coverage Requests for credentials to Stetson’s home baseball games should be made to Sports Information Director Dean Watson. Admittance will be permitted to members of the working press only. Spouses, dates and/or friends will not be allowed in the working press area at Melching Field at Conrad Park. Please make arrangements for game coverage as early as possible. Light refreshments are available throughout home contests and a final box score with scoring summaries will be compiled for distribution. Visiting Radio One phone line is provided in the Melching Field visiting radio booth on a reciprocal basis. Otherwise, a fee of $75 is required before broadcast origination. Make checks payable to Stetson Athletics.

Press Box facilities at Melching Field

Player Interviews All player interviews should be coordinated through the Stetson Sports Information office. Call Dean Watson at (386) 822-8130 at least 24 hours in advance of the desired interview time. Head Coach Pete Dunn is available for interviews daily between 9 a.m. and 12 noon. His number is (386) 822-8106. Members of the media are encouraged to attend any Stetson practice session, which generally run from 2:45 p.m. to 6 p.m. during the season. On game days, Stetson players may be interviewed during batting practice (if prior arrangements have been made) and after the contest’s completion. Post-game interviews take place on the field in front of the Stetson dugout along the first base line. Photography NCAA policy establishes that only photographers on assignment will be afforded credentials. Photography boxes are located on the lower level of the grandstand above each dugout and areas are reserved for photographers along the outfield fences in foul territory. No tripods are allowed in Melching Field at Conrad Park.

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Media Media Outlets Outlets Wire Services Associated Press Sports Editor 9100 N.W. 36th Street Miami, FL 33178 Office: (800) 824-5498 Fax: (305) 594-9265 Print Jordan Kahn, Sports Writer Daytona Beach News-Journal 111 S. Alabama Avenue DeLand, FL 32724 Office: (386) 740-4417 Fax: (386) 736-2714 Burke Noel Sports Editor Daytona Beach News-Journal 901 6th Street Daytona Beach, FL 32117 Office: (386) 252-1511 x2416 Fax: (386) 253-8433 Tim Stephens Deputy Sports Editor The Orlando Sentinel 633 North Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 32802 Office: (800) 347-6868 Fax: (407) 420-5069

Roger Gilmore, Sports Editor DeLand Beacon P.O. Box 753 DeLand, FL 32721 Office: (386) 734-4622 Fax: (386) 734-4641

Television Justin Whitman, Sports Director WFTV-TV (ABC) P.O. Box 999 Orlando, FL 32802 Office: (407) 244-8367 Justin.Whitman@wftv.com

Dean Smith, Sports Editor Sanford Herald 300 N. French Ave. Sanford, FL 32770 Office: (407) 322-2611 Fax: (407) 323-9408

Pat Clarke, Sports Director WESH-TV (NBC) P.O. Box 7697 Orlando, FL 32854 Office: (407) 539-7878 pclarke@hearst.com

Sports Editor Stetson Reporter Campus Box 8409 DeLand, FL 32723 Aaron Fitt - College Baseball Baseball America 201 West Main St., Ste 201 Durham, NC 27701 aaronfitt@baseballamerica.com Lou Pavolich - College Baseball Collegiate Baseball PO Box 50566 Tucson, AZ 85103

Stetson Baseball On the Air

Sports Director WOFL-TV (Fox) 35 Skyline Drive Lake Mary, FL 32746 Office: (407) 741-5097 news@foxwofl.com Sports Director Central Florida News-13 20 N. Orange Ave., Ste. 13 Orlando, FL 32801 Phone: (407) 513-1373 Newsdesk@CFNews13.com

Stetson Athletics Website

Stetson University will provide live video broadcasts of all Hatters home games in 2011 through the athletics web site at www.gohatters.com. Hatter Vision is your place to sign up for a subscription that also includes audio broadcasts of all games (both home and away) and select archived events. Broadcasts begin 10-15 minutes prior to first pitch. Bill Topping and Dave Marsh once again join forces in the broadcast booth for Stetson baseball. Topping will handle the play-by-play duties and Stetson graduate Dave Marsh will sit in to add color to some broadcasts. In addition to his duties with baseball, Topping is the announcer for Stetson women’s basketball and volleyball. In 2006 Marsh retired as Central Florida’s favorite weatherman and Chief Meteorologist on WESH-TV in Orlando. Always the Hatter fan when on the air, Dave liked to make sure his WESH viewers knew what the weather forecast would be for each and every Stetson home game.

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David Pingalore, Sports Director WKMG-TV (CBS) 4466 John Young Pkwy Orlando, FL 32804 Office: (407) 521-1323 dpingalore@wkmg.com

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www.GoHatters.com For all the latest Hatter news, scores, and statistics, visit the Stetson Athletics web site at www.gohatters.com. The baseball home page features links to: • Live video of home games • Live stats of most home games • Live audio broadcasts of home and away games • Post game stories • Box scores • Team statistics • Player profiles • and much more!

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Media Media Relations Relations Directory Directory Belmont

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Baseball SID .................................. Dan Forcella Office Phone ................................ 615-460-8023 Cell Phone ....................................................N/A Fax............................................... 615-460-5584 Press Box Phone ..........................................N/A E-mail ...................... dan.forcella@belmont.edu Website........................www.belmontbruins.com

Baseball SID .................................. Bob Thomas Office Phone .................................. 850-644-0615 Cell Phone ................................... 850-694-1768 Fax............................................... 850-644-3820 Press Box Phone ......................... 850-644-1553 E-mail ................................. bthomas2@fsu.edu Website.............................. www.seminoles.com

Baseball SID ................................ Jason Farhadi Office Phone .................................478-301-5218 Cell Phone ....................................401-965-1613 Fax............................................... 478-301-5350 Press Box Phone ......................... 478-301-2339 E-mail ........................... farhadi_jb@mercer.edu Website.......................... www.mercerbears.com

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Baseball SID ......................... Christopher Lakos Office Phone ................................ 706-542-7994 Cell Phone ................................... 706-714-2934 Fax............................................... 706-542-7993 Press Box Phone ......................... 706-542-6161 E-mail ...........................clakos@sports.uga.edu Website.......................... www.georgiadogs.com

Baseball SID ........................... Chris Whitehead Office Phone ................................904-620-4029 Cell Phone ...................................404-697-6363 Fax...............................................904-620-3943 Press Box Phone .........................904-620-1557 E-mail ........................ chris.whtehead@unf.edu Website............................ www.unfospreys.com

Baseball SID ............................Mike Stambaugh Office Phone ................................ 386-481-2278 Cell Phone ....................................................N/A Fax............................................... 386-481-2238 Press Box Phone ......................... 386-226-3362 E-mail .................. mstambaugh@cookman.edu Website......................... www.BCCathletics.com

Campbell Baseball SID .............................. Jason Williams Office Phone ................................910-814-4367 Cell Phone ...................................910-228-6908 Fax...............................................910-893-1330 Press Box Phone .........................910-814-4781 E-mail .........................jwilliams@.campbell.edu Website.............................. www.gocamels.com

Central Michigan Baseball SID .................................. Mike Boseak Office Phone ................................ 989-774-3277 Cell Phone ................................... 989-621-9064 Fax............................................... 989-774-7324 Press Box Phone ......................... 989-774-3594 E-mail ........................ mike.boseak@cmich.edu Website...................... www.cmuchippawas.com

Illinois Baseball SID ......................................Ben Taylor Office Phone ................................ 217-244-5045 Cell Phone ................................... 217-714-3555 Fax............................................... 217-333-5540 Press Box Phone ......................... 217-333-1227 E-mail ............................... bktaylor@illinois.edu Website.............................www.fightingillini.com

Jacksonville Baseball SID .......................................Josh Ellis Office Phone ................................904-256-7402 Cell Phone ...................................904-631-9616 Fax...............................................904-256-7424 Press Box Phone .........................904-256-7588 E-mail .........................................Jellis1@ju.edu Website............................. www.judolphins.com

Kennesaw State Columbia Baseball SID .................................Pete McHugh Office Phone ................................ 212-854-2534 Cell Phone ................................... 212-854-7064 Fax............................................... 212-854-8168 Press Box Phone ..........................................N/A E-mail ......................... ptm2102@columbia.edu Website.................... www.gocolumbialions.com

Baseball SID ..................................... Mark Toma Office Phone .................................770-499-3217 Cell Phone ....................................770-862-8556 Fax............................................... 770-423-6665 Press Box Phone ..........................................N/A E-mail ...........................mtoma@kennesaw.edu Website................................. www.ksuowls.com

Lipscomb ETSU Baseball SID ................................Jeff Schneider Office Phone ................................ 423-439-5612 Cell Phone ................................... 423-741-5297 Fax............................................... 423-439-6138 Press Box Phone ......................... 423-461-4865 E-mail ..................................schneidj@etsu.edu Website................................www.etsubucs.com

Florida Gulf Coast Baseball SID .............................. Patrick Pierson Office Phone ................................ 239-590-7061 Cell Phone ....................................................N/A Fax............................................... 239-590-7014 Press Box Phone ......................... 239-707-3943 E-mail ................................. ppierson@fgcu.edu Website.......................... www.fgcuathletics.com

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Baseball SID .................................. Mark McGee Office Phone ................................ 615-966-5862 Cell Phone ....................................................N/A Fax............................................... 615-966-1806 Press Box Phone ......................... 615-479-6133 E-mail ........................ mcgeesm@lipscomb.edu Website...................... www.lipscombsports.com

Maine Baseball SID ....................................Laura Reed Office Phone ................................ 207-581-3646 Cell Phone ................................... 207-478-4256 Fax............................................... 207-581-3297 Press Box Phone ......................... 207-581-1049 E-mail .................... laura.reed@umit.maine.edu Website....................... www.GoBlackBears.com

Savannah State Baseball SID .............................. Opio Mashariki Office Phone ................................912-356-2446 Cell Phone ................................................... N/A Fax............................................................... N/A Press Box Phone ......................................... N/A E-mail ......................... masharik@savstate.edu Website..............................................www.k-sta

Siena Baseball SID .....................................Jason Rich Office Phone ................................. 5-8-783-2411 Cell Phone ................................... 518-542-7240 Fax............................................... 518-783-2992 Press Box Phone ......................... 518-542-7240 E-mail .......................................jrich@siena.edu Website........................... www.SienaSaints.com

South Florida Baseball SID ............................... Brad Borghetti Office Phone ................................813-974-0415 Cell Phone ...................................813-751-4044 Fax...............................................813-974-5328 Press Box Phone .........................813-751-4044 E-mail .................................bborghetti@usf.edu Website............................. www.gousfbulls.com

UCF Baseball SID ...............................Brian Ormiston Office Phone ................................ 407-823-2409 Cell Phone ................................... 407-920-1233 Fax............................................... 407-823-5293 Press Box Phone ......................... 407-823-4487 E-mail ................... bormiston@athletics.ucf.edu Website............................ www.ucfathletics.com

USC Upstate Baseball SID ................................. Alex Edwards Office Phone ................................864-503-5166 Cell Phone ...................................864-279-4829 Fax...............................................864-503-5127 Press Box Phone ......................................... N/A E-mail .................... aedwards@uscupstate.edu Website.................... www.upstatespartans.com

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Stetson Stetson University University

• Location - The DeLand campus is 35 miles from Orlando and 25 miles from Daytona Beach. • Faculty - 195 full-time, 95% with Ph.D. or equivalent. • Student Population - 59% female/41% male; 78% Florida/25% out-of-state; 3.4% foreign/14% minority. • Student Organizations - More than 100 organizations; student government, service, special interests, 17 scholastic and honorary societies, including Phi Beta Kappa. • Greek Life - The presence of eight (7) national fraternities and six (6) national sororities complements campus-wide activities.

The University ... Stetson University maintains a tradition of academic excellence within a friendly and informal atmosphere. Its spacious 170-acre campus, lined with palm and oak trees, is centrally located between two major Florida cities, Daytona Beach and Orlando. Stetson combines the best of two educational worlds: the variety of a university coupled with the concern for individual development found at a small college. Included in the diverse curriculum are 11 degree programs (five bachelors, six masters and post masters) and more than 60 majors. Stetson ranked second on the list of the South’s top regional universities for academic quality and sixth in the best value category, in U.S. News & World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” for 2007. Stetson is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Academic programs are accredited by the American Bar Association, the National Association of Schools of Music, AACSB International, and the American Chemical Society. The College of Arts and Sciences was awarded the first private university Phi Beta Kappa chapter in Florida. The Faculty ... The Stetson “advantage” is its faculty. They know their fields of study: 95% of faculty members hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees. More important, all of them teach undergraduates. The low student to faculty ratio, 12:1, means that Stetson’s 195 faculty members have more time for teaching and advising students. They are accessible and involved in their students’ personal development.

• Athletics - Stetson is an NCAA Division I member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The athletic department sponsors 15 intercollegiate sports, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s crew, men’s and women’s cross country, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s tennis and volleyball. The baseball and softball teams won A-Sun championships in 2007.

International Focus ... Through distinctive programs, such as Russian Studies, Latin American Studies, International Relations, the Washington Semester and the International Business Practicum, Stetson prepares students to succeed in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Several times each semester, dignitaries and leading scholars from around the world visit the campus to lecture and meet informally with the students. Former President Jimmy Carter, South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel have been among the lecturers at Stetson University.

• Admission: The academic criteria include a challenging high school curriculum. A 3.70 was the average GPA of incoming freshmen in 2007. The SAT range of the middle 50 percent of the 2007 entering first-year class was 10301240; the ACT range was 21-27.

Campus Life ... Campus living is important to Stetson students. Sharing experiences, having fun, learning to live in a community and taking responsibility for shaping residence hall life are all a part of the self-discovery process that makes Stetson exciting. Seventyeight percent of Stetson students live on campus.

• Financial Assistance - Academics merit, scholarships, musical talent, athletic grants, need-based grants, loans and work-study, as well as monthly payment plans. • Academic Programs - There are over 60 majors and minors offered within Stetson’s three colleges and schools: the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Music, and the School of Business Administration.

The Students ... Over 2,000 undergraduates from more than 41 states and 40 foreign countries attend Stetson. Most entering students are at the top 25% of their high school class, and were deeply involved in school and community life. All have successfully completed a college preparatory program.

Academic Program ... The university awards the bachelor’s degree in arts, sciences, education, business administration, music, and music education. Master’s degrees are offered in accounting, business administration, couseling, education, and English. Facilities ... Stetson boasts a charming mix of historical and contemporary buildings. The heart of the campus is included in the Stetson University National Historic District, while the state-of-the-art Lynn Business Center houses the School of Business Administration on the five floors of modern classrooms, seminar rooms and faculty offices. The duPontBall Library houses extensive print collections and access to more than 100 subscription electronic databases and 11,000 full-text journals, as well as many computer workstations for student use. The Gillespie Museum of Minerals boasts the largest private collection of minerals outside the Smithsonian Institution. The Edmunds Center, a 4,000-seat athletic facility, provides two full-sized basketball courts, locker rooms and athletic department offices. The Hollis Center and Wilson Athletic Center provide Stetson students and studentathletes alike with excellent health and wellness opportunities.

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Melching Melching Field Field One of the most picturesque, fan-friendly stadiums in the nation, Melching Field at Conrad Park enters its 13th season as the home of the Stetson Hatters. At a cost of $4.5 million, Melching Field was the result of a joint effort between Stetson University, DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association and the City of DeLand. Built on the same site as old Conrad Park, Melching Field opened on Feb. 12, 1999 as the Hatters defeated Louisville 4-3 before an overflow crowd of 2,874 fans. In just 12 seasons, the Hatters have built quite a home field advantage at “The MAC”. Stetson is 293-142 all-time at Melching Field, good for a .674 winning percentage. Melching Field has also served as the host stadium for the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament from 2002-09.. In 2006 Pete Dunn won his 1,000th game in a thrilling 11-inning, 6-5 victory over Mercer in the A-Sun Tournament. Two days later the Hatters celebrated their second consecutive tournament title (sixth overall). Stetson tied a school record with 29 home wins in 2003, including a 13-game winning streak during March and April. In 2002, the Hatters picked up their 100th victory in dramatic fashion against Troy State in the Atlantic Sun Conference tournament. Hatter fans have flocked to Melching Field in record numbers. With over 440,000 fans since the stadium opened in 1999, Stetson is often ranked nationally among college baseball attendance leaders. A record of 61,798 spectators passed through the gates in 2007. Melching Field features permanent seating for 2,500 spectators with grass berms holding approximately 500 additional fans. A full-service concessions area greets visitors upon their entrance to the park on Woodland Boulevard. The stadium is completely handicapped accessible and features excellent sight lines from anywhere in the grandstand. The high-tech scoreboard is located in left field and is equipped with a message center board and graphics. The stadium is outfitted with a $150,000 sound system. A state-of-the-art lighting system provides sufficient infield and outfield lighting for televising night games. In addition, the stadium features a modern press box, complete with two VIP viewing rooms, two radio booths, a television broadcast room and a working press area. The Stetson baseball coaches’ offices are also located in

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Melching Field at Conrad Park, in addition to a prostyle locker room and the newly renovated Carlton Family Room, a state of the art player’s lounge. Another new addition to Melching Field is the Brian Snyder Hitting Pavilion, a covered batting area located outside of the right field corner. Stetson University alumna Luella Nichols Melching of Coral Gables donated $500,000 to name the field in honor of her late husband R. Dale Melching. “The family of Luella Nichols Melching and her late husband, R. Dale Melching, has taken another step in its role as a leader at Stetson University,��� Stetson President Dr. H. Douglas Lee said. “We are deeply grateful for this major gift, which will help provide a showcase for the Hatters and the City of DeLand.” R. Dale Melching, a member of the Stetson class of 1944, was “the consummate sports enthusiast and always encouraged young people to participate in athletics”, added Lee. As a student, he played varsity baseball and basketball and in 1978 was inducted into the Stetson Sports Hall of Fame. Luella Nichols Melching, a Hatter cheerleader during her Stetson years and lifelong sports fan, said her husband would be proud to see the family name on the field at the modern baseball complex. With a red brick and stucco facade and green metal roof, the stadium at Conrad Park resembles many buildings on Stetson’s campus. The $500,000 gift is the another chapter in the Melching family’s history of support for Stetson and its students. They took a leadership role in the development of Stetson’s Wilson Athletic Center, a $1.6 million facility named for Pat and Patricia Wilson of Frostproof and dedicated in December, 1997.

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Melching Melching Field Field Top 20 Melching Field Crowds Date Opponent Attendance Mar. 20, 2007 ................. Florida ...................................................2,975 Feb. 17, 2007 ................. LSU .......................................................2,970 Apr. 30, 2008 .................. Florida State..........................................2,894 May 5, 2001 .................... UCF .......................................................2,881 Feb. 12,1999* ................. Louisville ...............................................2,874 Feb. 20, 2009* ................ Boston College......................................2,789 Feb. 9, 2007* .................. Southern Illinois ....................................2,787 Feb. 22, 2005 ................. Florida State..........................................2,776 Apr. 18, 2001 .................. Florida ...................................................2,762 Apr. 29, 2008 .................. Florida State..........................................2,751 Feb. 10, 2001 ................. South Florida.........................................2,723 Feb. 22, 2008* ................ Michigan State ......................................2,715 Apr. 14, 1999 .................. Florida ...................................................2,486 May 28, 2005^ ................ Florida Atlantic ......................................2,472 Feb. 16, 2007 ................. LSU .......................................................2,431 Apr. 15, 2009 .................. Florida ...................................................2,390 May 12, 2010 .................. Florida State..........................................2,352 Mar. 3, 2004 ................... Florida ...................................................2,248 Feb. 24, 2008 ................. Missouri .................................................2,276 Mar. 2, 2001 ................... Michigan................................................2,200 * - opening day; ^ A-Sun tournament

Melching Field was the site of the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship Tournament from 2002 thru 2009.

Year-By-Year Record and Attendance Year W-L Pct. Attendance Dates Avg. 1999 .............. 17-14......... .548 ........... 26,618............ 26 .............1,023 2000 .............. 29-10......... .744 ........... 32,432............ 34 ................953 2001 ............... 28-5.......... .848 ........... 40,188............ 29 .............1,385 2002 ............... 27-9.......... .750 ........... 33,178............ 31 .............1,070 2003 ............... 29-9.......... .763 ........... 33,551............ 32 .............1,048 2004 .............. 27-13......... .675 ........... 37,447............ 34 .............1,101 2005 .............. 29-11 ......... .725 ........... 49,200............ 35 .............1,405 2006 ............... 24-9.......... .727 ........... 40,602............ 31 .............1,309 2007 .............. 28-13......... .683 ........... 61,798............ 40 .............1,544 2008 .............. 17-16......... .515 ........... 52,075............ 34 .............1,578 2009 .............. 16-18......... .471 ........... 37,461............ 34 .............1,101 2010 .............. 22-15......... .595 ............32.111 ............ 37 ................867 12 Years ...... 293-142....... .674 .......... 476,661.......... 397 ............1,201

At nearly every game you can find the loyal “Bleacher Creatures” perched above the third base dugout “keeping score” with sign cards attached to the railing and singing Take Me Out to the Ballgame in the 7th inning.

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Over 476,000 fans have flocked to Melching Field since the stadium opened in 1999. Stetson often ranks among the national college baseball leaders in attendence.

Team W-L Pct. Akron ...................................1-0 .... 1.000 Appalachian State ...............3-0 .... 1.000 Belmont ...............................8-6 ...... .571 Bethune-Cookman ............23-3 ...... .885 Boston College ....................1-4 ...... .200 Campbell ...........................13-5 ...... .722 Centenary ............................1-2 ...... .333 Central Michigan .................8-2 ...... .800 Charleston Southern ...........3-0 .... 1.000 Columbia .............................1-0 .... 1.000 Connecticut .........................1-0 .... 1.000 Cornell .................................2-0 .... 1.000 Creighton .............................2-0 .... 1.000 Eastern Kentucky ................3-0 .... 1.000 East Tennessee State..........7-0 .... 1.000 Evansville ............................2-0 .... 1.000 Florida .................................2-3 ...... .400 Florida A&M .........................7-1 ...... .875 Florida Atlantic ................... 11-9 ...... .550 Florida Gulf Coast ...............2-4 ...... .333 Florida International .............1-0 .... 1.000 Florida State ........................0-5 ...... .000 Fordham ..............................2-0 .... 1.000 Gardner-Webb ...................10-2 ...... .833 George Washington .............2-2 ...... .500 Georgia Southern ................1-1 ...... .500 Georgia State ......................8-1 ...... .889 Harvard ................................0-1 ...... .000 Holy Cross ...........................2-0 .... 1.000 Illinois ..................................1-0 .... 1.000 Illinois State .........................2-1 ...... .667 Indiana .................................1-0 .... 1.000 Iowa .....................................2-2 ...... .500 Jacksonville .......................12-9 ...... .571 Jacksonville State ................5-0 .... 1.000 James Madison ...................2-3 ...... .400 Kansas State .......................0-1 ...... .000 Kennesaw State ..................3-3 ...... .500 Kentucky ..............................1-0 .... 1.000 Lipscomb .............................9-5 ...... .643

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2011 2011 Season Season Outlook Outlook Heading into the 2011 season the Stetson baseball team is looking for a return to their traditional position atop of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The Hatters have won seven league titles since 1988, yet it has been three seasons since they won their last championship in 2007. Once again Stetson enters the season with a strong offense and solid defense. Pitching will be the key to success in 2011. The Hatters return starters at every position in the lineup with the exception of designated hitter. Aaron Crittenden graduated last year after a tremendous career in the batters box. “Pitching is where we will really need to improve over last year to make a run at the conference championship”, said Stetson head coach Pete Dunn. “We will be able to hit. Hitting will not be a problem and our defense was much improved last year.” Dunn begins his 32nd season at the helm of the Hatters baseball program. Over the years he has led Stetson to 1,124 wins and 16 NCAA Regional appearances, in addition to the team’s seven conference titles.

PITCHERS Five pitchers are gone from last season’s team, most notably Jacob deGrom who was drafted by the New York Mets in the 9th round (272nd overall). He started 2010 as the team’s closer, as well as shortstop. As the conference season approached

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he stepped up into the #1 starter role and pitched well against Stetson’s top opponents. This season the Hatters have a newcomer that will be in a similar position to help the team. Ben Carhart (Royal Palm Beach, Fla.) is a junior transfer from Palm Beach State College who last season was named the Florida Junior College Player of the Year. Although he was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 19th round he chose to remain in college and honor his commitment to Stetson. He is a 5’ 11”, 180lb right handed pitcher, as well as a tremendous corner infielder. He will begin the season as the Hatters’ closer, as well as an every day third or first baseman. He has one of the strongest, if not the strongest pitching arms on the team, and is a very good middle of the lineup hitter. As the season begins junior Lindsey Caughel (Orlando, Fla.) looks to be the front runner for the Friday starter position. Last season he started the most games (14), tossed the most innings (86.0) and led the team in strike outs with 73. He spent the off-season learning to move the ball in and out and make hitters uncomfortable by moving them around in the box. Joining Caughel in competition for weekend starting jobs will be sophomore Kurt Shluter (Jupiter, Fla.), junior Robbie Powell (Punta Gorda, Fla.), junior Will Dorsey (Atlantic Beach, Fla.), junior Tucker Donahue (Coral Springs, Fla.), and newcomer Cam Griffin (Naples, Fla.). Schluter spent a lot of time as an infielder last season and may see more in 2011 if necessary, yet his goal will be to focus on pitching. He has Friday night stuff, yet needs some more experience as a starter. Last year he took a no hitter into the 9th inning against Central Michigan in a 1-0 win. He made 16 appearances and started five games while striking out 45. Powell proved himself as Stetson’s top reliever last season finishing with five saves, 34 strike outs and a 2-1 record. He was a starter in high school and will likely get a chance to be that once again this season. Dorsey is in his 3rd full season on the mound and has had some success for the Hatters in the past. Last season he had 14 appearances with six starts and finished with 21 strike outs and a 3-3 record. Tucker Donahue is the wild card of the group. He has worked very hard in the off season gaining velocity and working on his consistency. Griffin is a young pitcher with a very high ceiling. He throws hard and gets good movement on the ball. He will be a solid starter down the line yet the bottom line will be whether or not he will

Junior Lindsey Caughel led the Hatters in games started in 2010 with 14.

be ready as a freshman. The players from this group that do not start will be featured in the bullpen. Competing for time out of the pen will be another group of solid returners and newcomers. Junior Jake Boyd (West Palm Beach, Fla.), senior Justin Dechert (Boynton Beach, Fla.), and redshirt sophomore Joe Dye (Royal Palm Beach, Fla.) will all have an opportunity to see time on the mound this season. Of the three Boyd was the most productive in 2010. He tossed 24.1 innings with one start, struck out 17 batters and finished with a 1-0 record. He has worked towards increasing his velocity over the summer. Dechert is a veteran who first pitched for the Hatters in 2007. Last year he appeared in 10 games with one start before his season ended with an injury. He struck out 11 batters and walked seven. He is a hard thrower, yet the slider is his bread and butter. Dye has gone from knuckleballer to a straight on hurler, and has now dropped down to become an effective side arm pitcher. His adjustment to the new slot will determine how often he is used in 2011. Stetson has added a group of talented freshmen that should be in the mix for mound time for the next few years. Leading the pack is Austin Perez (Loxahatchee, Fla.) and Jimmy O’Neill (Bradenton, Fla.). Perez is a 5’ 11” lefty with a ton of confidence. He knows how to pitch and should see his share of time as a freshman. O’Neill is a 6’ 8”, 240lb pitcher who throws

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2011 2011 Season Season Outlook Outlook the ball hard and can be intimidating. He has been slowed by a nagging injury in the preseason yet should be ready to help the team as the season progresses. Rounding out the 2011 staff is redshirt freshman Justin Pickens (Sanford, Fla.), Kevin Lindheim (Naples, Fla.) and Lee Cheneler (Longwood, Fla.). Pickens has been throwing better this year and will likely earn some appearances out of the pen. Lindheim will be featured mostly as an infielder and DH, yet may see some time on the mound, and Cheneler is a young lefty who is a smart pitcher that will likely spend the season developing his craft.

Player of the Year. Last season he hit .352 with 10 doubles, six triples and three home runs in 43 games even though he was hampered by a nagging hand injury for much of the season. Crews started and played in 51 games at second base last season batting .283 and finishing second on the team in home runs with nine. Lashley led the team in home runs in 2010 with 11. He earned a spot on the A-Sun All-Freshman Team as well as being named a Freshman All-American. Lashley played shortstop for most of last season, yet is a natural corner infielder. He will see time at first base and third base in 2011.

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Also competing for time in the infield will be Trey Blackman and Kevin Lindheim, as well as sophomore Nathan Cox (Naples, Fla.) and freshman Thomas Kelly (Arlington Heights, Ill.). Blackman swings a bat that can not be ignored and thus will see some time at first base, as well as behind the plate and as DH. Lindheim is a twoway player who will see some time on the mound, yet will likely focus more on backing up infield positions due to his solid hitting. Cox is an excellent fielder who will back up Crews at second base and Kelly is a shortstop by trade who will be the primary backup at third base as well.

Quarterbacking the team once again this season will be All-Conference and All-America candidate Nick Rickles. The junior out of Loxahatchee, Florida is entering his third season as Stetson’s primary backstop. He is a solid hitter and an outstanding defensive catcher with an

Infielder Mark Jones is a serious A-Sun Player of the Year candidate in 2011.

ton played in 17 games last season with four starts. He batted .333 with eight hits and an RBI. Blackman comes to Stetson from Tallahassee, Community College. He is an excellent hitter who will work his way into the lineup on a regular basis as a first baseman and DH, as well as behind the plate. Campbell is a converted infielder who redshirted last year and has made tremendous strides in his new position. Maskolunas is the consummate team player who does everything he is asked without hesitation or complaint. He played in nine games as a sophomore with one start and picked up one hit in 10 at bats. Masko will be responsible for managing the bullpen and getting his relievers game-ready.

OUTFIELDERS The outfield is another location that Coach Dunn will have difficulty finding playing time for all the talent he has on hand. Re-

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Nick Rickles will be on the Johnny Bench Award Watch List once again in 2011.

above average arm from behind the dish. Offensively as a sophomore he hit .280 with three home runs, 18 doubles and 36 RBI. He has worked hard adding weight to his frame over the summer and is ready for another successful season handling the pitching staff. Backing up Rickles will be sophomore Brad Carlton (Arcadia, Fla.), junior transfer Trey Blackman (Altamonte Springs, Fla.), redshirt freshman Kyle Campbell (Lakeland, Fla.), and junior Ethan Maskolunas (Lakeland, Fla.). Carl-

The Hatters come into the 2011 season with an abundance of experienced and talented infielders who can all hit well. The only problem Coach Dunn should have will be finding playing time for each of them. Coming out of preseason it looks like the core infield will consist of Ben Carhart at third base, junior Mark Jones (Bunnell, Fla.) at shortstop, redshirt junior Robert Crews (Port Charlotte, Fla.) at second base, and sophomore Ryan Lashley (Lake Worth, Fla.) at first base. Carhart will also see time at first base and on the mound. Jones will return to the position he played in high school and the position for which he was recruited two seasons ago. He is a tremendous athlete, and above average hitter and a preseason candidate for A-Sun

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2011 2011 Season Season Outlook Outlook posite and lively bats of the past few years. College baseball fans will find that the pop generated by non-wooden bats will be reduced significantly and that teams will be forced to return to old school baseball. With their speed on the base paths and in the outfield to run down fly balls, this will be an advantage for the 2011 Hatters.

turning to left field will be the Hatters’ top hitter and leadoff man from 2010 senior Jeff Simpson (Valrico, Fla.). Simpson hit .398 with nine doubles, two triples, and 18 stolen bases. He was the team’s Co-Offensive Player of the Year along with Lashley. Simpson also had the team’s longest hitting streak of the season at 24 games. It was the third longest streak in program history. Returning to centerfield is junior Spencer Theisen (Longwood, Fla.), the Team MVP for 2010. He batted .373 with 13 doubles, three triples, three home runs, 43 RBI and 24 stolen bases. In right field sophomore transfer Mitchell Brennan (Orlando, Fla., Tallahassee C.C.) is the early leading candidate for playing time. He is a strong left handed hitter who can also pitch if necessary. Sophomore James Rasmussen (Tallahassee, Fla.) played right field in 42 games last season with 21 starts. He was a defensive specialist who hit .272 with three doubles and 10 RBI before being injured diving for a ball and then being

“We will likely try and run more this year”, said Dunn. “Run production will be down so teams will have to hit and run, and manufacture runs earlier than in the past. It will be a whole new game for college baseball.”

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Spencer Theisen finished 2011 second on the team in hitting at .373 while stealing 24 bases.

at the top of the lineup he may add Zech into right field and along with Simpson and Theisen he will have one of the speediest outfields in all of college baseball. Bruce is a high profile freshman who played for a very good high school team (Sarasota Riverview). He is undoubtedly a starting outfielder of the future. Eggleston played for Coach Leavitt at the Salisbury School in Connecticut. He is a strong player with a lot of tools that may need to be redshirted this season due to depth. Rubinski redshirted last season and has shown tremendous improvement. He will compete for playing time in the future.

Stetson fans should be happy with the 2011 schedule. The Hatters will play 36 of their 56 games at home on Melching Field. The season will start off in DeLand with a three-game series against the University of Georgia. Then after a single game at Bethune-Cookman the University of Maine will be in town for a four-game set. The 2011 Bright House Invitational will follow immediately with Columbia, Illinois and Central Michigan participating. The Hatters will also play host to Siena, Bethune-Cookman, Florida State, USF, Savannah State, and UCF. Atlantic Sun Conference teams making the trip to DeLand this season include Mercer, ETSU, Kennesaw State, North Florida and Belmont.

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Jeff Simpson led the Hatters in hitting last season with a .398 batting average,

forced to sit out the remainder of the season. He will put himself back in the mix as his hitting improves over the season. Also looking for playing time in the outfield will be freshmen Kyle Zech (Naples, Fla.), Robert Bruce (Sarasota, Fla.), Brian Eggleston (Chantilly, Va.) and redshirt freshman Miles Rubinski (Cape Coral, Fla.). Zech is Stetson’s centerfielder of the future and the fastest player on the team. When Coach Dunn is looking for speed

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The graduation of Aaron Crittenden after last season has opened the door at DH for senior Sean Emory (Miami, Fla.). Emory earned First Team All-Atlantic Sun Conference honors last season as an outfielder. He played in 55 games batting .359 with six doubles, one triple, three home runs and 32 RBI. Traditionally the lefty has hit well against both right handed and left handed pitching. However, if Coach Dunn considers platooning the DH position Trey Blackman will be a strong candidate for the role. Kyle Zech is another option if the Hatters look to play small ball against certain opponents. The bottom line is that the Hatters are loaded when it comes to hitters. This season the NCAA has instituted the new bat regulations. Gone are the com-

Sean Emory earned First Team All-Conference honors last season as an outfielder.

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profession. With 42 victories in 2007 he moved into the Top-10 in career victories by active Division I coaches. He is currently 8th with 1,124. His winning percentage of .610 (1,070-658-3) places him 46th on the active Division I coaches list.

32nd Season 1,124-719-3 (.610) Stetson, 1972

In 2006 Dunn became the 34th coach in NCAA history to reach 1,000 career wins. He is one of only four active coaches to reach the 1,000-win plateau at their alma mater.

In 1968 a young catcher transferred to Stetson after two seasons of playing junior college ball. As a Hatter he earned NCAA All-Star honors, graduated and moved on to professional baseball for two seasons with the Royals organization. In 1972 he decided to further his education and attended Georgia Southern University where he worked as an assistant coach and earned a masters degree. In his second season at GSU he helped the Eagles to a College World Series appearance. In 1974 he returned to Florida and headed the baseball program at Apopka High School near Orlando where he led the prep club to a district championship. The Delray Beach native then returned to Stetson in 1977 as assistant coach under Jim Ward. In 1979 he was promoted to head coach when Ward moved on to Eastern Kentucky. One thousand, eight hundred and forty-six games, and 31 years later, head coach Pete Dunn has earned his way to the top of his

Over his 31 year career, Stetson has averaged over 36 wins a season, advanced to 15 NCAA Regionals including three regional finals, and won seven conference championships. In 2007 Stetson won the Atlantic Sun regular season championship with a 21-6 conference record (42-21 overall) and Dunn was honored as the league’s Coach of the Year for the fifth time in his career. In 2005 the Hatters (35-28) won three consecutive elimination games to capture the A-Sun title. Following a tournament-opening victory over UCF and a loss to Florida Atlantic, Stetson defeated Gardner-Webb, Florida Atlantic, and FAU again to earn their 14th NCAA berth. In 2004, Stetson (36-23) never dropped lower than second place in the Atlantic Sun Conference standings and Dunn earned his 900th career win on March 6 vs. Florida A&M. In 2003 Stetson heated up late in the season and qualified as an at-large team for the NCAA Tournament. Then in the Atlanta Regional, Stetson upset the no. 3 national seed Georgia Tech and

Pete Dunn’s Resume Education • A.A., Brevard Community College (1968) • B.S., Physical Education, Stetson University (1972) • M.S., Health & Physical Education, Georgia Southern (1974)

Coaching Experience • • • • • •

Student Assistant, Stetson University (1971-72) Graduate Assistant, Georgia Southern (1973-74) Head Coach, Apopka (Fla.) High School (1975-77) Assistant Coach, Stetson University (1977-79) Head Coach, Stetson University (1979-present) Assistant Coach, USA Baseball (1998)

Honors and Accomplishments • • • • • • • • •

Atlantic Sun Coach-of-the-Year (1988, 1989, 1990, 1996, 2007) Brevard Community College Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1993 Volusia Sportsperson of the Year, 1996 Stetson University Distinguished Alumni Award, 2007 Member, Stetson University Sports Hall of Fame Member, American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Member, Florida Diamond Club Member, American Association of Professional Baseball Players Inducted into Central Florida Sports Hall of Fame in 2007

Personal • Born: June 26, 1948 in West Palm Beach, Florida • Wife: Debbie, married November 9, 1991 • Children: Rayni, born April 15, 1976, Marc, born June 3, 1983 Taylor, born October 9, 1993, Emily, born April 5, 1995

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Head Head Coach Coach Pete Pete Dunn Dunn later defeated East Carolina to advance to the regional championship game for the third time in four years. The win over the Yellow Jackets also gave Stetson (41-24) its fourth straight 40-win season. A 12-game win streak in 2002 helped spark Dunn’s Hatters to their third consecutive 40-win season (42-19) and third-consecutive NCAA Regional appearance. Stetson was also ranked as high as 22nd in the nation in the ESPN/USA Today Top 25 Coaches Poll. In 2001, Dunn guided the Hatters to a 43-17 record and the team’s highest-ever national ranking at no. 7 in the country. In addition, Stetson earned its 11th overall NCAA postseason appearance and advanced to the Regional Finals before falling to eventual national champion Miami. Stetson’s 43 victories marked the third-highest singleseason total in school history and the first-ever back-to-back 40 win seasons for the Hatters. Dunn turned in one of his best coaching performances during the 2000 season, guiding the Hatters to an Atlantic Sun Conference tournament title, a 48-16 record and an NCAA Regional appearance. The Hatters showed a 25-game improvement over 1999 and featured a pair of First-Team All-Americans in outfielder Frank Corr and pitcher Lenny DiNardo. Dunn was voted the league’s Coach of the Year. Dunn’s vision and hard work also helped the Hatters build a stadium which has quickly garnered acclaim as one of the nation’s finest collegiate facilities. Melching Field at Conrad Park, a $4.5 million stadium jointly built by Stetson University and the City of DeLand, opened on Feb. 12, 1999, as Stetson posted a 4-3 win over Louisville.

Dunn was an All-Star catcher at Stetson

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ships in Italy. Dunn spent the summer with Team USA, barnstorming North America and competing in the American championships in Nicaragua. In his 31 years as head coach of the Hatters, Dunn has seen 71 of his players go on to the professional ranks. Last season Jacob deGrom was drafted in the 9th round by the NY Mets. In 2009 ASun Player of the Year Jeremy Cruz, Casey Frawley, and Robbie Donovan were drafted. The year prior Justin Bass, Brian Pruitt, and Nick Pugliese joined the pro ranks. In 2007 A-Sun Pitcher of the Year Corey Kluber was the team’s top pick going in to the Padres in the 4th round. In 2003, Brian Snyder became Stetson’s highest-ever draft pick when the Oakland A’s selected him with the 26th overall pick in the first round. Snyder was just one of five Hatters drafted in 2003 and one of seven Hatters to turn pro over the summer. Previously, pitcher Lenny DiNardo and outfielders Frank Corr and Jeff Christy were all selected in the 2001 Major League Baseball amateur draft. Former A-Sun Player of the Year Sammy Serrano was a second round selection of the San Francisco Giants in 1998. And in 1997, shortstop Kevin Nicholson also earned A-Sun Player of the Year honors and was subsequently drafted in the first round (27th pick) by the San Diego Padres.

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Head Head Coach Coach Pete Pete Dunn Dunn Dunn has also had 31 athletes earn All-America honors, including Snyder, a Baseball America first-team selection in 2003. In 2002, Chris Westervelt became the first player in A-Sun history to be named an All-American (Collegiate Baseball, Baseball America) and an Academic All-American (CoSIDA) in the same season. Westervelt then repeated the accomplishment in 2004.

Pete Dunn gets a hug from his son Taylor and daughter Emily following his 1,000th win.

The Hatters have also produced 12 A-Sun Players of the Year under Dunn, more than any other conference team. Westervelt won the league’s top honor for the

Fame in January, 1992. He also received the 1996 Volusian Sportsperson of the Year award presented by the Daytona Beach News-Journal. And in honor of his 1,000th win, the City of DeLand proclaimed Opening Day 2007 (Feb. 9) as “Pete Dunn Day.” Later that year he was inducted into the Central Florida Sports Hall of Fame. Dunn is actively involved in a variety of community service activities. He is a regular speaker at many regional and national coaching clinics. At the baseball coaches’ convention in 1997, Dunn was awarded a 25-year service award by the American Baseball Coaches’ Association. Dunn authored a chapter on catching in The Baseball Drill Book. The book was commissioned by the ABCA, edited by former Fresno State head coach Bob Bennett, and released in January, 2004. He also recently authored another chapter in a new ABCA book on the subject of “Evaluating Practice Sessions”. Dunn and his wife, Debbie, have four children Rayni, 34; Marc, 27; Taylor, 17 and Emily, 15.

second time in 2004. As a tribute to what he has given Stetson throughout the years, Dunn was inducted into the Stetson University Sports Hall of

Winningest Active Division I Baseball Coaches No. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Coach (Years) ...................................... # Victories Augie Garrido, Texas (42 years)..................... 1,768 Gene Stephenson, Wichita State (33) ............ 1,724 Mike Martin, Florida State (31) ....................... 1,627 Mark Marquess, Stanford (34) ....................... 1,387 Jim Morris, Miami (Fla.) (29) .......................... 1,280 Jim Gilligan, Lamar (34) ................................. 1,176 Jack Leggett, Clemson (31) ........................... 1,146 Pete Dunn, Stetson (31) ............................... 1,124 Mike Fox, North Carolina (27) ........................ 1,077 Steve Kittrell, South Alabama (28) ................. 1,054 Paul Mainieri, LSU (28) .................................. 1,039 John Anderson, Minnesota (29) ..................... 1,038 Ray Tanner, South Carolina (23) .................... 1,029 Fred Hill, Rutgers (34) .................................... 1,010 Mark Johnson, Sam Houston (25) ................. 1,008

Dunn’s Milestone Victories 1st ...............Feb. 29, 1980 ...............................Stetson 3, UCF 2 100th ..............Apr. 6, 1982 ........... Stetson 7, Bethune-Cookman 1 200th ..............Mar. 15, 1985 ........... Stetson 5, Central Michigan 3 300th ..............Feb. 17, 1988 ...............................Stetson 7, USF 6 400th ..............Apr. 27, 1990 .................. Stetson 14, Centenary 10 500th ..............Mar. 19, 1993 .....................Stetson 4, Charleston 2 600th ..............Mar. 8, 1996 .................... Stetson 4, St. Joseph’s 0 700th ..............Feb. 27, 1999 ...............................Stetson 4, USF 3 800th ..............Apr. 18, 2001 ............................ Stetson 9, Florida 8 900th ..............Mar. 6, 2004 ...................Stetson 11, Florida A&M 3 1,000th ...........May 25, 2006 ....... Stetson 6, Mercer 5 (11 innings) 1,100th ...........Feb 23, 2010 ............................Stetson 10, Siena 3

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Dunn’s Year-By-Year Record Year Games W-L Pct. Notes 1980 52 34-18 .654 1981 56 36-20 .643 1982 58 40-18 .690 NCAA 1983 51 31-20 .608 1984 59 46-13 .780 NCAA 1985 61 38-23 .623 1986 58 36-22 .621 1987 59 37-22 .627 1988 61 35-26 .574 CC / CY / NCAA 1989 61 38-23 .623 CC / CY / NCAA 1990 64 33-31 .516 CC / CY / NCAA 1991 59 36-22-1 .619 1992 59 38-21 .644 NCAA 1993 55 38-17 .691 1994 58 37-21 .638 1995 59 34-25 .576 1996 65 42-23 .646 CY / NCAA 1997 64 37-26-1 .586 NCAA 1998 62 30-31-1 .492 1999 54 23-31 .426 2000 64 48-16 .750 CC / NCAA 2001 60 43-17 .717 NCAA 2002 61 42-19 .689 NCAA 2003 65 41-24 .631 NCAA 2004 59 36-23 .610 2005 63 35-28 .556 CC / NCAA 2006 62 38-24 .613 CC / NCAA 2007 63 42-21 .667 CC / CY / NCAA 2008 59 26-33 .441 2009 57 27-30 .474 2010 58 27-31 .466 Totals 1845 1124-719-3 .610 CC - Conference Champions NCAA - NCAA Regionals CY - Conference Coach of the Year

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Stetson Stetson Coaching Coaching History History Year Coach Games Record Pct. 1963 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 25........ 5-20-0 ......200 1964 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 21........ 7-14-0 ......333 1965 Bob Weickel ....................................... 30........11-19-0 .....367 1966 Bob Weickel ....................................... 28........ 8-19-1 ......304 1967 Bob Weickel ....................................... 27........ 8-19-0 ......296 1968 Bob Weickel ....................................... 27........ 7-20-0 ......259 1969 Jim Ward ............................................ 39....... 26-13-0 .....667 1970 Jim Ward ............................................ 46....... 34-12-0 .....739 1971 Jim Ward ............................................ 41....... 25-16-0 .....610 1972# Jim Ward ............................................ 45....... 28-17-0 .....622 1973 Jim Ward ............................................ 46....... 24-22-0 .....522 1974 Jim Ward ............................................ 44....... 31-13-0 .....705 1975 Jim Ward ............................................ 47....... 28-19-0 .....596 1976 Jim Ward ............................................ 38....... 23-15-0 .....605 1977 Jim Ward ............................................ 49....... 34-15-0 .....694 1978 Jim Ward ............................................ 50....... 33-17-0 .....660 1979 Jim Ward ............................................ 50....... 26-24-0 .....520 1980 Pete Dunn .......................................... 52....... 34-18-0 .....654 1981 Pete Dunn .......................................... 56....... 36-20-0 .....643 1982 Pete Dunn .......................................... 58....... 40-18-0 .....690 1983 Pete Dunn .......................................... 51....... 31-20-0 .....608 1984 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 46-13-0 .....780 1985 Pete Dunn .......................................... 61....... 38-23-0 .....623 1986 Pete Dunn .......................................... 58....... 36-22-0 .....621 1987 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 37-22-0 .....627 1988 Pete Dunn .......................................... 61....... 35-26-0 .....574 1989 Pete Dunn .......................................... 61....... 38-23-0 .....623 1990 Pete Dunn .......................................... 64....... 33-31-0 .....516 1991 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 36-22-1 .....619 1992 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 38-21-0 .....644 1993 Pete Dunn .......................................... 55....... 38-17-0 .....691 1994 Pete Dunn .......................................... 58....... 37-21-0 .....638 1995 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 35-24-0 .....593 1996 Pete Dunn .......................................... 65....... 42-23-0 .....646 1997 Pete Dunn .......................................... 64....... 37-26-1 .....586 1998 Pete Dunn .......................................... 62....... 30-31-1 .....492 1999 Pete Dunn .......................................... 54....... 23-31-0 .....419 2000 Pete Dunn .......................................... 64....... 48-16-0 .....750 2001 Pete Dunn .......................................... 60....... 43-17-0 .....717 2002 Pete Dunn .......................................... 61....... 42-19-0 .....689 2003 Pete Dunn .......................................... 65....... 41-24-0 .....631 2004 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 36-23-0 .....610 2005 Pete Dunn .......................................... 63....... 35-28-0 .....556 2006 Pete Dunn .......................................... 62....... 38-24-0 .....613 2007 Pete Dunn .......................................... 63....... 42-21-0 .....667 2008 Pete Dunn .......................................... 59....... 26-33-0 .....441 2009 Pete Dunn .......................................... 57....... 27-30-0 .....474 2010 Pete Dunn .......................................... 58....... 27-31-0 .....466 ! - player/coach; # - first year of Division I play

Year Coach Games Record Pct. 1901 Seton Flemming .................................. 4.......... 2-2-0 .......500 1902 G.L. Odom ........................................... 4.......... 4-0-0 ....1.000 1903 Edward Oates...................................... 5.......... 5-0-0 ....1.000 1904 Frank Sears ......................................... 7.......... 3-4-0 .......429 1905 Frank Sears ........................................ 20........ 16-4-0 ......800 1906 Litchfield Colton .................................. 20........ 14-6-0 ......700 1907 J.B. “Spec” Campbell ......................... 16........ 12-4-0 ......750 1908 Ed Mickle ............................................ 14......... 7-7-0 .......500 1909 Wilbur Tilden........................................ 9.......... 6-3-0 .......667 1910 Edgar Garner...................................... 17......... 8-8-1 .......500 1911 Edgar Garner...................................... 10......... 2-8-0 .......200 1912 Arthur Petty ........................................ 17......... 9-8-0 .......529 1913 Edgar Garner...................................... 17........ 14-3-0 ......824 1914 J.H. Swink .......................................... 19........ 12-6-1 ......658 1915 William Lourcey .................................. 15......... 6-7-2 .......467 1916 William “Dutch” Hollander................... 19........ 14-5-0 ......737 1917 William “Dutch” Hollander................... 12......... 7-5-0 .......583 1918 .................................................................... World War I 1919 Henry St. Cyr! ...................................... 8.......... 4-4-0 .......500 1920 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Thomas Chalker! ...... 8.......... 3-5-0 .......375 1921 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Bert Higginbotham!... 14......... 7-7-0 .......500 1922 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Bert Higginbotham!... 14......... 4-9-0 .......308 1923 Edwin Whitnel..................................... 12......... 6-6-0 .......500 1924 Edwin Whitnel...................................... 7.......... 2-5-0 .......286 1925 Edwin Whitnel...................................... 2.......... 0-2-0 .......000 1926-36 ...................................................................... No Team 1937 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ......................... 2.......... 2-2-0 .......500 1938 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 10......... 4-6-0 .......400 1939 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 15........ 3-12-0 ......200 1940 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ......................... 2.......... 0-2-0 .......000 1941-45 ....................................................................World War II 1946 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ......................... 4.......... 3-1-0 .......750 1947 Ben Clemons ...................................... 13......... 4-9-0 .......308 1948 Ben Clemons ...................................... 21........ 6-15-0 ......286 1949 Ben Clemons ...................................... 27....... 12-15-0 .....444 1950 Ben Clemons ...................................... 21........ 8-13-0 ......381 1951 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 21........ 12-9-0 ......571 1952 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 24........ 16-8-0 ......667 1953 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 26........11-15-0 .....423 1954 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 28....... 14-13-1 .....518 1955 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 18........ 8-10-0 ......444 1956 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 19........ 7-12-0 ......368 1957 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 24........ 7-17-0 ......292 1958 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 24....... 12-12-0 .....500 1959 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 24........ 7-17-0 ......292 1960 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 20........ 6-14-0 ......300 1961 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 22........ 12-9-1 ......568 1962 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson ........................ 24........ 6-17-1 ......271

All-Time Coaching Records Coach Years (Seasons) Seton Flemming 1901 (1) G.L. Odom 1902 (1) Edward Oates 1903 (1) Frank Sears 1904-05 (2) Litchfield Colton 1906 (1) J.B. “Spec” Campbell 1907 (1) Ed Mickle 1908 (1) Wilbur Tilden 1909 (1) Edgar Garner 1910-11, 13 (3) Arthur Petty 1912 (1) J.H. Swink 1914 (1) William Lourcey 1915 (1) William “Dutch” Hollander 1916-17 (2) Henry St. Cyr 1919 (1) Pug Allen/Thomas Chalker 1920 (1) Pug Allen/Bert Higginbotham 1921-22 (2) Edwin Whitnel 1923-25 (3) Doc Johnson 1937-40, 46-47, 51-64 (20) Ben Clemons 1948-50 (3) Bob Weickel 1965-68 (4) Jim Ward 1969-79 (11) Pete Dunn 1980-present (31) Totals 93 years

Record 2-2-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 19-8-0 14-6-0 12-4-0 7-7-0 6-3-0 24-19-1 9-8-0 12-6-1 6-7-2 21-10-0 4-4-0 3-5-0 11-16-0 8-13-0 146-219-3 26-43-0 34-77-1 312-183-0 1,124-719-3 1809-1359-11

Past 41 Years of Stetson Coaches Pct. .500 1.000 1.000 .704 .700 .750 .500 .667 .545 .529 .631 .467 .677 .500 .375 .391 .381 .397 .390 .304 .630 .610 .572

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Assistant Assistant Coach Coach Mark Mark Leavitt Leavitt

40 Second Season Recruiting Coordinator Hitting Instructor Princeton, 1988 Mark Leavitt begins his second season as an assistant coach at Stetson. He is the recruiting coordinator for the program. Leavitt also coaches the hitters and infielders, and then makes the move to the 3rd base coaching box during games. Leavitt comes to the Hatters from Salisbury, Connecticut where he spent three years as the head baseball coach and associate director of admissions and financial aid for the Salisbury Prep School. In his first year, Leavitt led Salisbury to a perfect 20-0 record and a Western New England Prep School League Championship. Two of his players were drafted by major league baseball. In 2008 Anthony Hewitt was selected in the first round by the Philadelphia Phillies (24th overall). Chris Dwyer was picked in the 36th round by the New York Yankees, and then again in 2009 when he was selected in the 4th round by the Kansas City Royals. Leavitt graduated from Princeton University in 1988 after four years as a starter on the baseball team. He began his coaching

career the following season as the head junior varsity coach and as an assistant with the Princeton varsity. Leavitt went on to work as an assistant coach at George Washington, Princeton (2nd time), James Madison, and George Mason. As a college coach Leavitt recruited, signed, and coached over 40 players that went on to sign professional contracts and 17 players that went on to play in the major leagues. Shifting gears professionally, Leavitt next took a position as an area scouting supervisor with the Montreal Expos (1997-2001). In 2001 he began a six-year stint with the Seattle Mariners scouting department as territorial supervisor, and then as a regional coordinator. Some of Leavitt’s additional coaching experience includes time as a Doyle Baseball School instructor, head coach of the Vienna Mavericks (Clark Griffith Collegiate Baseball League), head coach of the New Market Rebels (Valley Baseball League), assistant coach of the Chatham A’s (Cape Cod League), head coach of the Harwich Mariners (Cape Cod League), and in the summer of 2009 as head coach of the Clermont Mavericks (Florida Collegiate Summer League). Leavitt is married to the former Christina Spada who graduated from UCF in 1988. The couple has two sons, Scott (age 9) and Ryan (age 7).

Leavitt with his wife Christina and their two sons Scott (9) and Ryan (7).

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Assistant Assistant Coach Coach Chris Chris Roberts Roberts

32 Third Season Pitching Coach Florida State, 1992 Chris Roberts begins his third year as pitching coach at Stetson. In addition to his responsibilities with the pitching staff Roberts will assist Coach Leavitt with recruiting and will coordinate team travel. Roberts comes to the Hatters from UNC Greensboro where he served as the Spartans’ pitching coach last season. Under Roberts’ guidance, UNCG pitchers recorded 411 strikeouts, which was the highest single-season total since the Spartans tallied a program-best 495 in 2003. One of his pitchers Greg Martin was named to the Coaches All-Southern Conference second team in 2008. Before moving on to UNC Greensboro Roberts spent four seasons as the pitching coach at NC State. While with the Wolfpack, Roberts had eight pitchers drafted in Major League Baseball’s FirstYear Player Draft. He coached two All-Americans at NC State and three first-team All-ACC pitchers. In 2003, Roberts’ first season with the Wolfpack, NC State logged a team ERA of 3.67 – the

program’s best in 11 years. Prior to joining the Wolfpack, Roberts spent two seasons at Western Carolina and one season as a volunteer at Flagler College. Roberts played his college baseball at Florida State, where he was a two-time All-American and played in the College World Series in 1991 and 1992. An outfielder and pitcher for the Seminoles, Roberts hit .321 as a sophomore and earned third-team All-American honors and Metro Conference Player of the Year with 14 home runs and 77 RBI. The following season, he was a second-team All-American with an 8-4 record and a 2.34 ERA as a pitcher, and 12 home runs and 59 RBI at the plate. Roberts, a graduate of Florida State played for Team USA in the 1991 Pan Am Games and was the starting left fielder for the 1992 USA Olympic squad in Barcelona. He was selected by the New York Mets in the first round of the 1992 draft and played in the Mets organization from 1993-97. Roberts was regarded as a Top 10 prospect for the Mets and went 13-5 with a 2.75 ERA in his first season at Class-A St. Lucie, earning a spot in the Florida State League All-Star Game. He won 13 games again the following year at Class-AA Binghamton, helping the Mets to the Eastern League title. Later in his pro career Roberts had one-year stints with Oakland (1998), Colorado (1999) and Milwaukee (2001), along with a season in the Japanese Pacific League (2000). He played on the Class-AAA level with New York, Oakland and Milwaukee before retiring from his playing career at the end of the 2001 season. Roberts and his wife Tracy now live in DeBary, Florida, and have three children; Jackson age 10, Kirgan age 7, and Landon age 4.

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Assistant Assistant Coach Coach Matt Matt Untiet Untiet

31 First Season First Base Coach Outfielders Matt Untiet begins his first season as an assistant coach with the Stetson baseball program. He will be responsible working with outfielders and first basemen, coaching first base, and assisting Coach Leavitt with the hitters. A Connecticut native, Untiet comes to Stetson from the University of New Haven where he spent two seasons as a graduate assistant coach. Untiet was responsible for hitting and infield instruction and was the outfield coach. He also assisted with recruiting, academic assistance for the players, and with the running of summer

camps. In addition he coached in summer camps at the University of Connecticut, Vanderbilt, and Boston College. Untiet earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from UConn in 2008 and then a Master’s Degree in Sports Management at New Haven in 2010. While a student-athlete at Connecticut, Untiet played four seasons for the Huskies at first base and third base. He’s the Huskies all time putout leader with 1,250 and totaled over 100 RBI in his four seasons.

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Sean Emory 5-7, 170, Sr, Outfielder Miami, Florida Miami Killian H.S. Bats: Left Throws: Right

2010 Voted First Team All-Atlantic Sun Conference as an outfielder... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors... Finished 3rd on team in batting at .359, as well as on-base percentage at .448... Was 4th on team in base hits with 69... Led the team in 4-hit games with three and totaled 22 multiple hit games... Tied for 3rd on team with 11 multiple RBI games... Had a season-high 10-game hit streak... Was 4-for-4 with 2 home runs, one double, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored against Mercer (4/9/10)... Had a 4-for-5 game with a run scored and an RBI against Campbell (4/2/10)... Was 4-for-5 with 3 runs scored and two RBI against Bethune-Cookman (4/27/10)... Hit .507 with 3 home runs 4 doubles and 18 RBI during the month of April.

2009 Earned A-Sun Academic AllConference honors... Finished third on the team in batting at .350... Was second in on-base percentage at .442... Had 17 multiple-hit games... Had nine multiple-RBI games... Had an 11-game hit streak... Team won 18 of 29 games Emory started and batted in the leadoff spot... Had four hits and 2 RBI against UNF (5/1/09)... Was 2-for-4 with a home run and three RBI vs. UCF (4/21/09)... Was 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI against Campbell (4/24/09). 2008 Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... Played in 34 games with 27 starts as a freshman... Finished fifth on the team in batting with a .330 average... Seventh in hits with 38... Sixth in doubles with

seven... Had 11 multiple-hit games and four multiple-RBI games... Longest hitting streak of the season was six games... Was 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, 2 RBI and a run scored vs. Lipscomb (4/6/08)... Had a 3-for-4 effort with a run scored and a double against Florida State (4/29/08)... Was 6-for-15 with a pair of home runs, 5 RBI and 6 runs scored in the seasonending series at ETSU. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated Cum Laude from Miami Killian High School in Miami, Florida… Played District 16-6A baseball for head coach Angel Herrera… Helped his team to a 20-8 overall record… Earned Second Team All-County honors… Earned a Gold Glove… Biggest thrill in high school athletics was hitting a walkoff home run in a district elimination game. PERSONAL Sean Emory was born in Miami, Florida… Son of Mildred and Howard Emory of Miami… Emory is majoring in Finance at Stetson.

Emory’s Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Total

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Avg .330 .350 .359 .349

GP-GS 34-27 42-35 55-49 131-111

AB 115 160 192 467

R H 21 38 43 56 33 69 97 163

2B 7 6 6 19

3B HR 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 7

RBI TB SLG% 15 56 .487 29 67 .419 32 86 .448 76 209 .448

BB HBP 10 2 24 4 26 4 60 10

SO OB% 28 .394 23 .442 19 .444 70 .431

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 0 4 3-3 42 75 6 2 2 3-5 26 53 8 1 5 8-12 82 20 5 3 11 14-20 150 148 19

FLD% .951 .908 .953 .940

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles 2010 Played and started in 53 games... Named the team’s Co-Offensive Player of the Year... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors... Led the team and was 4th in the Atlantic Sun Conference in hitting with a .398 batting average... Had one of the longer hitting streaks in the nation at 24 games... Hit .444 with 40 hits, 6 doubles and 2 triples during the streak... Finished 2nd on team and 8th in the A-Sun in stolen bases with 18... Led the Stetson outfielders in defensive assists with 6... Led the team and 3rd in conference in on base percentage at .504... Second on the team in triples with 3... Tied for team lead in walks with 34... Tied for 2nd on team in multiple hit games with 25... Finished with 5 multiple RBI games... Had two hits in 7 consecutive games... Went hitless in just 11 games all season... Had 3 hits in consecutive games at Mercer... Was 4-for-5 with 3 RBI and 3 runs scored against Lipscomb (4/25/10)... Was 3-for-4 with a pair of RBI in A-Sun Tournament game against Jacksonville (5/27/10). 2009 Earned Academic All-Conference honors from the A-Sun... Played in 40 games with 38 starts as a sophomore... Second on the team in sacrifice bunts with four... Third on

Jeff Simpson 5-7, 165, Sr, Outfielder Valrico, Florida Bloomingdale H.S. Bats: Left Throws: Left

the team in stolen bases with five... Finished with 12 multiple-hit games and three multiple-RBI games... Longest hitting streak was six games between April 10 and 18... Was 6-for8 with six runs scored and five RBI in doubleheader vs. USC Upstate (4/4/09)... Was 3-for-5 with an RBI and run scored at Florida (4/15/09)... Was 3-for-5 with two runs scored against Mercer (4/11/09).

he helped team achieve District and Regional Championships and reach the State Final Four… His teams reached the Regional Semi Finals in 2006 and the Regional Finals in 2007 with a 19-6 record… As a senior he was named Tampa Tribune 2nd Team All-County and the St. Petersburg Times Team MVP… He led the team in triples and stolen bases… Has been named MVP of the Central Florida Renegades baseball club… In the summer of 2006 with the Renegades he boasted a .473 on-base percentage and stole 33 bases while being caught stealing just once.

2008 Earned Academic All-Conference honors... Played in 43 games with 32 starts, mostly in centerfield... Finished 8th on the team in hits with 36... Sixth on the team in on base percentage at .346... Was 6-for-8 in stolen bases... Eighth in doubles with five and fifth in triples with one... Had nine multi-hit games and four multiRBI games... Longest hitting streak of the season was six games... Had a 4for-5 performance with 2 RBI, 2 runs scored and a double against USC Upstate (5/10/08)... Was 3-for-4 with 2 RBI and a run scored vs. BethuneCookman (4/8/08)... Was 2-for-5 with 3 RBI and a pair of doubles vs. Lipscomb (4/5/08).

PERSONAL Jeff Simpson was born in Memphis, Tennessee… The son of Cindy and Larry Simpson of Valrico, Florida… Simpson is majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Bloomingdale High School in Valrico, Florida… Was a member of the National Honor Society… Played District 5A baseball under head coach K.B. Skull… As a freshman in 2004

Simpson’s Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Total

Avg .255 .282 .398 .318

GP-GS 43-32 40-38 53-53 136-123

AB R H 141 27 36 149 34 42 181 42 72 471 103 150

2B 5 3 9 17

3B HR 1 0 0 0 2 0 3 0

RBI TB SLG% 13 43 .305 15 45 .302 28 85 .470 56 173 .367

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BB HBP 19 1 28 2 34 8 81 11

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SO OB% 23 .346 19 .402 26 .504 68 .427

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SF SH SB-ATT PO 1 3 6-8 75 0 4 5-8 99 3 2 18-23 115 4 9 29-39 289

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Justin Dechert 6-0, 190, Sr, Pitcher Boynton Beach, Florida West Boca Raton H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

2010 Made 10 appearances with one start for the Hatters as a redshirt junior... Earned A-Sun Academic AllConference team honors... Finished in a tie for 3rd place on the team with one save... Struck out 11 batters in 11.2 innings pitched... Walked just seven batters... Struck out a season-high 3 batters in Stetson’s 13-10 win over Siena (2/23/10)... Struck out two batters against Harvard (3/6/10) and again against Florida State (3/24/10)... Picked up his save after tossing an inning and striking out a batter in Stetson’s 3-2 win over James Madison (3/9/10).

2009 Did not play due to medical redshirt. 2008 Finished 7th on the team in ERA at 5.51... He had 13 appearances which included one starting nod... Pitched 16.1 innings striking out 16 batters... Earned a save after pitching 2.2 innings and striking out two in a 4-1 win over Kennesaw State (2/27/08)... Struck out four batters in his only start of the season against Iowa (3/18/08). 2007 The most versatile member of the Stetson pitching staff as a freshman… Named to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team… Was second on the team and tied for 4th in the conference with 27 appearances… Second on the team and tied for 8th in the A-Sun with 4 saves… Tied for 4th on the team in games started with seven… Pitched 69.2 innings and finished with a 6-3 record, 45 strike outs and a 4.65 earned run average… Struck out a season-high five batters against Bethune-Cookman (2/27/07) and against Kennesaw State (3/31/07)… Pitched two innings giving up no runs and striking out two in 8-1 win over LSU (2/16/07)… Picked up his first career victory pitching 5.0 innings and striking out two in 9-4 win over USF.

HIGH SCHOOL Led West Boca Raton High School to a 22-4 record his senior year... Went 6-1 with a 0.90 ERA and 96 strikeouts in 54 innings... Combined prep record of 17-4 and 1.24 ERA in three years... Named Second Team All-State, First Team All-County, First Team All-Conference and First Team All-Area... Led Palm Beach County in strikeouts junior and senior seasons... Tossed a no-hitter vs. Pope John Paul II High School, striking out 14. PERSONAL Justin William Dechert was born in Boynton Beach, Florida... Is the son of William and Lisa Dechert of Boynton Beach... Is majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

Dechert’s Career Statistics YEAR ERA 2007 4.65 2008 5.51 2010 10.03 Total 5.44

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W-L APP 6-3 27 0-0 13 0-3 10 6-6 50

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 7 0 0/2 4 1 0 0/0 1 1 0 0/0 1 9 0 0/2 6

IP H 69.2 68 16.1 19 11.2 18 97.2 105

R 42 17 16 75

ER 36 10 13 59

BB 28 11 7 46

SO 45 16 11 72

2B 8 3 2 13

3B 0 0 0 0

HR 0 1 1 2

AB B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 257 .265 9 8 6 8 85 .292 3 4 1 4 65 .360 3 4 4 0 457 .282 15 16 11 12

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Robert Crews 6-0, 185, R-Jr, Infielder Port Charlotte, Florida Charlotte H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

2010 Played and started in 51 games as a redshirt sophomore... Finished second on the team in home runs with nine... Hit .283 with 11 doubles, one triple, and 29 RBI... Finished with 12 multiple hit games, 6 multiple RBI games, and had a season-high 8-game hitting streak... Had a career day at Georgia (2/27/10) when he went 4-for-4 with 3 home runs and 4 RBI... Was 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI vs. Harvard (3/6/10)... Went 4-for-5 with a home run, 2 RBI and 2 runs scored vs. Mercer (4/10/10)... Had a 2-for-4 game with a run scored in Stetson’s A-Sun Tournament game against Jacksonville (5/27/10). 2009 Played in 10 games before succumbing to an injury and receiving a medical redshirt... Picked up a pair of hits including a double and an RBI against Boston College (2/22/09)... Had a double and an RBI against Southern Illinois (2/28/09).

fensive and Defensive Player of the Year… His senior season Crews led the team to the district championship game finishing as runner ups, and was once again named the team’s Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year… Participated in the East Coast Professional Showcase… Was named an AAU Nationals Top-5 Offensive MVP.

2008 Member of the Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America Team… Named the Atlantic Sun Conference Freshman of the Year and All-Freshman Team member... Earned Second Team All-Conference honors... Finished 3rd on the team and 10th in the conference in batting with a .361 average... 10th in the conference in slugging % at .565... Tied for 2nd on the team in triples with 3... Tied for 3rd in home runs with 7... 4th in hits with 69 and doubles with 12... Tied for 5th in RBI with 37... Had 22 multiple hit games... 11 multiple RBI games... Had a 12-game hitting streak... Was 5-for-6 with 2 doubles and 2 RBI vs. Holy Cross (3/1/08)... Was 3-for-4 with a home run, double and 2 RBI vs. Central Michigan (3/5/08)... A 3-for-4 game with a home run and 2 RBI in A-Sun Tournament game vs. Lipscomb (5/23/08).

PERSONAL Robert Crews was born in Port Charlotte, Florida… The son of Diane and Tom Crews of Port Charlotte... After graduation he would like to play professional baseball… Crews is majoring in Accounting at Stetson.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, Florida… Was a member of the National Honor Society… Played Division 5A baseball in District 12 under head coach Josh Corr… As a sophomore he led his team in batting average, was named Offensive Player of the Year, and helped the team win the district championship… As a junior he was named the Of-

Crews’ Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2009 2010 Total

Avg .361 .182 .283 .311

GP-GS 48-47 10-9 51-51 109-107

AB 191 33 187 411

R H 39 69 7 6 46 53 92 128

2B 12 2 11 25

3B HR 3 7 0 0 1 9 4 16

RBI TB SLG% 37 108 .565 3 8 .242 29 93 .497 69 209 .509

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FLD% .897 .786 .950 .916

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Lindsey Caughel 6-3, 195, Jr, Pitcher Orlando, Florida Lake Highland Prep Bats: Right Throws: Right

2010 Led the Hatters and finished 8th in the Atlantic Sun Conference for innings pitched with 86.0... Led the Hatters and finished 9th in the A-Sun in strike outs with 73... Led the A-Sun in walks allowed with just 8 on the season... Finished 7th in the league for triples allowed with one... Led the team in games started with 14 and victories with 5... Finished 3rd on team in earned run average at 6.17...

Only Hatter to register a complete game... Tossed all nine innings walking none and striking out five in 13-4 win over Mercer (4/10/10)... Pitched 8.0 innings and struck out eight batters in 10-3 win over Old Dominion (3/13/10)... Pitched 8.1 innings striking out a season-high 9 batters and walking none yet took the loss in Stetson’s 3-2 loss to Jacksonville in A-Sun Tournament. 2009 Voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... Second on the team in games started with 11... Tied for second in wins with four... Third on team in innings pitched with 60.0... Third in strike outs with 41... 7th in the conference in inducing fly ball outs with 81... 5th in the A-Sun in doubles allowed with just eight... Picked up first career victory after giving up one run over 4.1 innings against James Madison (5/7/09)... Season-high eight strikeouts and first career start in 8-4 win over Central Michigan (3/11/09)... Picked up win after giving up no earned runs over five innings against USC Upstate (4/4/09).

as a senior… Earned four letters in baseball… A two-time team MVP and three-time Cy Young winner at Lake Highland… Helped lead team to a Regional Championship and a trip to the State Final Four in 2006 and a Regional Runner Up finish in 2007… Finished senior season with an 8-1 record, 62 innings, 70 strikeouts, six walks, and a 0.82 ERA.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Lake Highland Prep in Orlando, Florida… Played 3A baseball for coaches Dave Erickson, Bruno Cicotti, and Mike Stanley… An All-State performer

PERSONAL Lindsey Robert Caughel was born in Ocoee, Florida… Son of Jeffrey Caughel and Jean Caughel of Orlando, Florida… Hometown newspapers are the West Orange Times, the Orlando Sentinel and the Daytona Beach News Journal… Majoring in Social Sciences at Stetson.

Caughel’s Career Statistics YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

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ERA 6.30 6.17 6.23

W-L APP 4-3 17 5-7 15 9-10 32

GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER 11 0 0/0 0 60.0 84 51 42 14 1 0/0 0 86.0 111 63 59 25 1 0/0 0 146.0 195 114 101

BB 22 8 30

SO 41 73 114

2B 8 25 33

3B 1 1 2

HR 11 16 27

BF B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 292 .323 3 4 2 4 372 .314 6 4 2 5 664 .318 9 8 4 9

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Mark Jones 6-1, 195, Jr, Infielder Bunnell, Florida Flagler Palm Coast H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right 2010 Played in 43 games with 41 starts... Had to sit out several games due to hand injury... Named the Lou Bazzano Outstanding Effort Award winner... Earned A-Sun Academic AllConference Team honors... Finished 4th on the team in batting at .352... Led the team and the Atlantic Sun Conference in triples with six... Was 3rd on the team in stolen bases with 12 (12-for-14)... Finished 5th on team in multiple RBI games with 11... Had 16 multiple-hit games including a team-leading three 4-hit games... Had a season-high 6-game hitting streak... Tied for team lead in walks with 34... Had consecutive 4-hit games against

Northwestern (3/26-27)... Was 8-for9 with 3 doubles, 1 triple, 2 stolen bases, 5 runs scored and 4 RBI in those two games... Was 4-for-5 with 2 home runs, 4 runs scored and 4 RBI against Mercer (4/10/10)... Was 3-for-5 with a triple and a pair of RBI against Campbell (4/1/10). 2009 Named as a TPX Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball... Named to the All-Ping! Baseball Freshman Team... Voted to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team... Finished second on the Hatters and 14th in the A-Sun in batting at .363... Played in 56 games with 55 starts... Second on team in hits with 82.. Fourth on team in home runs with seven and RBI with 44... Second on team in stolen bases with six (6-for-8)... Finished with 27 multiple hit games and 13 multiple RBI games... Had a 15-game hitting streak... Eight three-hit games... Began his career with hits in eight of first nine games... Was 3-for-3 with three RBI in his first collegiate game vs. Boston College (2/20/09)... Was 3-for-4 with a run scored against Florida (4/15/09)... Hit leadoff three times in 2009 and the Hatters won all three games.

of baseball under head coach Dusty Sims as well as four years of football at FPCHS… Turned down a Division I football scholarship to play baseball for the Hatters… Set school career records for runs scored and RBI… Also set the season RBI record with 32… Named All-State, All-Area and All-Conference 2005-2008… Hit .474 as a freshman, .416 as a sophomore, and .368 as a junior. PERSONAL Roosevelt Mark Jones Jr. was born in Daytona Beach, Florida… Son of Connie Jones of Ormond Beach and Mark Jones of Palm Coast… Hometown newspapers are the Flagler Times and the Flagler Palm Coast News-Tribune… Major at Stetson is Elementary Education.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Flagler Palm Coast High School in Bunnell, Florida… Played four years

Jones’ Career Statistics YEAR Avg 2009 .363 2010 .352 Totals .358

GP-GS AB 56-55 226 43-41 159 99-96 385

R H 45 82 33 56 78 138

2B 12 10 22

3B HR 1 7 6 4 7 11

RBI TB SLG% 44 117 .518 38 90 .566 82 207 .538

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

‘88

BB HBP 22 6 34 1 56 7

‘89

SO OB% 37 .433 34 .464 71 .447

‘90

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 0 1 6-8 79 129 19 2 2 12-14 27 78 11 2 3 18-22 106 207 30

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FLD% .916 .905 .913

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Robbie Powell 6-0, 180, Jr, Pitcher Punta Gorda, Florida Charlotte H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

2010 Stetson’s top go-to reliever in 2010... Led the Hatters and was 5th in the Atlantic Sun conference in appearances with 29... Tied for 6th in the league in saves with 5... Was 4th in the A-Sun in games finished with 19... Earned a spot on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team... Finished 5th on the Hatters in strike outs with 34... Second on the team in opponent batting average at .299... Was 6th on team in innings pitched with 42.1... Finished with 8 multiple strike out games... Season-high 4.2 innings pitched and season-high 4 strike outs against Bethune-Cookman (3/16/10)... Equaled season-high 4

strike outs and picked up first save of season against Northwestern (3/26/10)... Pitched 4.1 innings, struck out 2 and picked up the win over FGCU (3/20/10)... Struck out one batter in one inning of work to earn save against USF (3/30/10). 2009 Second on the team and tied for 4th in the A-Sun in appearances with 28... Tied for the team lead in saves with three... Was 10th in the A-Sun in games finished with 11... Threw the most innings in relief for the Hatters with 45.2... Finished 6th on the Hatters in strike outs with 32... Struck out a season-high five batters in 3.0

innings of work against James Madison (3/7/09)... First career save came against JU (3/14/09)... Won his first career game against Bethune-cookman (3/17/09)... Threw a season-high four innings and picked up the win over USC Upstate (4/3/09). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, Florida… Played 5A baseball for coach Josh Corr… An All-State performer in 2008… Played in the Senior All-Star SWFL Showcase… Most Valuable Pitcher in the Sarasota Classic, Earned ABC Athlete of the Week honor… Sun Harold Athlete of the Week… Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Robert Arlie Powell was born in Port Charlotte, Florida… Son of Dana and Robert Powell of Punta Gorda, Florida… A Business Administration major at Stetson.

Powell’s Career Statistics YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

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ERA 4.53 4.89 4.70

W-L APP 2-5 28 2-1 29 4-6 57

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0 0/0 3 0 0 0/0 5 0 0 0/0 8

IP 45.2 42.1 88.0

H 41 53 94

R 25 31 56

ER 23 23 46

BB 13 10 23

SO 32 34 66

2B 3 7 10

3B 1 2 3

HR 8 5 13

BF B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 192 .243 3 3 2 4 194 .299 4 1 2 4 386 .272 7 4 4 8

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Nick Rickles 6-3, 225, Jr, Catcher Loxahatchee, Florida Palm Beach Gardens H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

Was 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run scored the following day against UNF (5/16/10).

2010 Played in all 58 games with 57 starts as a sophomore... Was on the Johnny Bench Award Watch list for 2010... Finished with a .995 fielding percentage, .997 with just one error as a catcher... Threw out 19 runners attempting to steal and picked off 7 runners... Led the team in sacrifices with 7... Was 3rd on team in at bats with 225... Finished 2nd on team in doubles with 18... Was 5th on team in base hits with 63... Was 5th on team in multiple hit games with 19... Had 9 multiple RBI games... had a season-high 7-game hitting streak... Had a 5-for-5 game with a double a run scored and 3 RBI against Campbell (4/2/10)... Was 2-for-4 with a home run and 2 runs scored against USF (3/30/10)... Was 3-for-5 with a double and 2 runs scored against UCF (3/17/10)... Was 2-for-3 with a home run against UNF (5/15/10)...

Palm Beach County in batting average, and second in home runs and RBI… Threw out 80% of attempted steals… First Team All-Conference and All-Area as junior and senior… Led team to District Championship in 2006 and 2007… Selected as “Player to Watch” as a catcher by Palm Beach Post… High School MVP as a senior… Voted Most Likely to Succeed in the Tourism and Hospitality Management program.

2009 Named as a TPX Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball... Voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... One of three Hatters to play in all 57 games... Second on the team and 8th in the conference in at bats with 230... Second in the league in runners thrown out stealing with 19... 8th in the A-Sun in fielding chances with 379 and putouts with 335... Fifth on team in hits with 68... Tied for second on team in doubles with 12... Fifth on Hatters in home runs with five... Had 20 multiple hit games and 12 multiple RBI games... Had an 11-game hitting streak... Was 4-for-5 with a home run, three RBI and two runs scored against Belmont (4/19/09)... Was 3-for-5 with two RBI and three runs scored against James Madison (3/7/09).

PERSONAL Nicholas Rickles was born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida… Son of Linda and Ken Rickles of Loxahatchee, Florida… Hometown newspaper is the Palm Beach Post… His major at Stetson is Sports Management.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida… Played Division 6A baseball for head coach Joe Russo… An All-State performer as a senior… Led team in every offensive category… Hit .512, 9 doubles, 3 triples, 5 home runs, 34 RBI, .869 SLG%... Finished third in

Rickles’ Career Statistics YEAR Avg 2009 .296 2010 .280 Totals .288

GP-GS AB 57-53 230 58-57 225 115-110 455

R H 38 68 29 63 67 131

2B 12 18 30

3B HR 1 5 0 3 1 8

RBI TB SLG% 40 97 .422 36 90 .400 76 187 .411

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

‘88

BB HBP 13 3 14 1 27 4

‘89

SO OB% 21 .335 23 .318 44 .327

‘90

SF SH SB-ATT PO 5 1 0-0 335 5 2 1-1 369 10 3 1-1 704

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‘05

‘06

A 38 42 80

‘07

E 6 2 8

FLD% .984 .995 .990

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Spencer Theisen 5-11, 175, R-Jr, Outfielder Longwood, Florida Florida Southern/Seminole C.C. Bats: Left Throws: Left

2010 Named Stetson’s Team MVP in his first season as a Hatter... The only Hatter to start all 58 games in 2010... Led the team in hits with 87 and runs scored with 51... Finished 2nd on the team and 14th in the Atlantic Sun Conference with a .373 batting average... Led the team and was 4th in the A-Sun with 24 stolen bases... Finished with a .988 fielding average leading all Stetson outfielders... Was second on the team and 10th in the league in triples with 3... Struck out just 20 times in 233 at bats... Second on the team in at bats... Finished 4th on the team in on base percentage at .436... Led the team in sacrifice flies with 4... Led the team in multiple hit games with 27... Was tied for 3rd on

team in multiple RBI games with 11... Had a season-high 17 game hitting streak and carries a 7-game streak into 2011... Had nine 3-hit games... Was 3-for-3 with 3 runs scored and a stolen base in win over FGCU (3/20/10)... Was 3-for-4 with 3 RBI in win over Campbell (4/2/10)... Was 2for-4 with a pair of doubles and a run scored in win over Belmont (4/16/10). COLLEGE Played his freshman season of baseball at Division II Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida... Hit .333 with six home runs as a freshman... Transferred to Seminole Community College, yet was forced to sit out most of the 2009 season due to injury. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Bishop Moore High School in Orlando, Florida... Played baseball for head coach Dave Wheeler... Earned four varsity letters in baseball... Earned First Team All-County, First Team All-Central Florida and First Team All-State honors... Helped team win a state championship in 2007. PERSONAL Was born in Orlando, Florida... Son of Cynthia and Robert Theisen of Longwood, Florida... Chose Stetson because of the academics, the coaching staff, and the area... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

Theisen’s Career Statistics YEAR 2010

28

Avg .373

GP-GS AB 58-58 233

R 51

H 87

2B 13

3B HR 3 3

RBI 43

TB SLG% 115 .494

BB HBP 22 7

SO OB% 20 .436

SF SH SB-ATT PO 4 2 24-32 166

A 2

E 2

FLD% .988

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles

Ryan Lashley 6-0, 185, So, Infielder Lake Worth, Florida Park Vista H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

80, and runs scored with 48... Led the Hatters in multiple RBI games with 17... Finished tied for 2nd on team in multiple hit games with 25... Had a season-high 9-game hitting streak and carries a 6-game streak into the 2011 season... Was 2-for-5 with a home run a run scored and 6 RBI in win over Mercer (4/10/10)... Was 4-for-5 with a double, 3 RBI and 3 runs scored in win over Lipscomb (4/25/10)... Was 4-for-5 with a home run, 2 RBI and a run scored against Jacksonville (5/21/10).

Society... Earned four varsity letters playing baseball for the Cobras under head coach Larry Greenstein... Earned All-Area honors three consecutive years... Second Team All-State... Academic All-America... Hit .402 with four home runs and nine doubles as a sophomore, .412 with five home runs and 39 RBI as a junior, and .375 with four home runs as a senior. PERSONAL Born in Boca Raton, Florida... Son of Joan and Steven Lashley of Lake Worth, Florida... Chose Stetson because it felt like the best fit... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Park Vista High School in Lake Worth, Florida... Was a member of the Honor 2010 Was named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball... Also earned Ping! Baseball Freshman All-America 3rd Team status... Was voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference recognition... Named Stetson baseball’s Co-Offensive Player of the Year... Played in all 58 games with 57 starts as a freshman... Led the Hatters in home runs with 11, runs batted in with 50, doubles with 20, and at bats with 239... Tied for 10th in the A-Sun with his 20 doubles... Finished 5th on team in batting average at .335... Was second on team in slugging percentage at .556, hits with

Lashley’s Career Statistics YEAR 2010

Avg .335

GP-GS AB 58-57 239

R 48

H 80

2B 20

3B HR 0 11

RBI TB SLG% 50 133 .556

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

‘88

BB HBP 10 2

‘89

SO OB% 42 .364

‘90

SF SH SB-ATT PO A E 2 0 1-2 122 137 16

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FLD% .942

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Jake Boyd 6-1, 200, Jr, Pitcher West Palm Beach, Florida John I. Leonard H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right 2010 Made 15 appearances with one start as a sophomore... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors... Threw 24.1 innings and struck out 17 batters while walking 11... Led the Stetson pitching staff in batting average against at .280... Struck out a season-high two batters six times... Pitched a season-high 4.0 innings striking out two against Florida Gulf Coast (3/20/10)... Earned the victory after throwing 2.0 innings and striking out a batter against USF (3/30/10). 2009 Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors... Made nine appearances

in relief as a freshman... Finished 5th on team in ERA at 5.40... Tossed a seasonhigh 2.0 innings and gave up no earned runs against James Madison (3/7/09)... Pitched one inning and picked up a strike out against Jacksonville (3/15/09).

winner… Also played four years of football as quarterback… Member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from John Leonard High School in Greenacres, Florida… Played 4A baseball for head coach Rich Gomersall… Led team to an 18-8 record as a senior… Finished with an 8-2 record, a 1.50 ERA and 90 strikeouts… Offensively he batted .400… Named AllConference… Voted a Cy Young Award

PERSONAL Jake Christopher Boyd was born in West Palm Beach, Florida… Son of Ann and Mike Boyd of West Palm Beach… Hometown newspapers are the Palm Beach Post and the Sun Sentinel… Majoring in Chemistry at Stetson.

Boyd’s Career Statistics YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

ERA 5.40 7.03 6.61

W-L APP 0-0 9 1-0 15 1-0 24

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0 0/0 0 1 0 0/0 0 1 0 0/0 0

IP 8.1 24.1 32.2

H 17 28 45

R 13 22 35

ER 5 19 24

BB 2 11 13

SO 1 17 18

2B 4 9 13

3B 0 2 2

HR 2 3 5

BF B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 48 .386 2 2 0 0 118 .280 6 5 1 1 166 .313 8 7 1 1

Tucker Donahue 6-3, 195, Jr, Pitcher Coral Springs, Florida Stoneman Douglas H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right 2010 Made 14 appearances all in relief... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors... Struck out 16 batters and did not allow a home run or a triple on the season... Had multiple strike out performances four times... Pitched a season-high 4 innings and struck out a season-high five batters against BethuneCookman (3/2/10)... Pitched 1.1 innings striking out three batters and did not allow a walk against UCF (3/17/10)... Tossed 2 complete innings and struck out a pair against Georgia (2/26/10).

2009 Had six relief appearances as a freshman... Finished with four strike outs and a 7.71 ERA... Pitched one complete inning and struck out two batters in his collegiate debut against Indiana (3/18/09)... Allowed no runs in two appearances against Bethune-Cookman.

pionships and one Runner-Up finish… Earned three varsity letters and named Team Captain. PERSONAL Tucker Donahue was born in Coral Springs, Florida… Son of Laurie and Gary Donahue of Coral Springs, Florida… Hometown newspapers are the Coral Springs Forum and the Sun Sentinel… Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida… Played Division 6A baseball for coaches Dean Floria and Frank Pisani… Helped lead team to three District Cham-

Donahue’s Career Statistics YEAR 2009 2010 Totals

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ERA 7.71 16.50 14.04

W-L APP 0-1 6 0-0 14 0-1 20

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0 0 0 0/0 0

IP 4.2 12.0 16.2

H 7 21 28

R 6 25 31

ER 4 22 26

BB 3 17 20

SO 4 16 20

2B 1 6 7

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 0 0

BF B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 27 .350 1 3 1 0 76 .389 0 3 1 1 103 .378 1 6 2 1

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles 2010 Made 14 appearances and tied for 4th on the team in starts with 6 as a redshirt sophomore... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors... Earned the Stetson Baseball Student-Athlete Award... Finished with a 3-3 record... Was 7th on the team in innings pitched with 39.2... Struck out 21 batters while walking just 10... Threw just one wild pitch all season... Won his first two starts of the season... Pitched 5.0 innings and struck out two in win over Siena (2/23/10)... Tossed a season-high 8.0 innings and struck out season-high 7 batters en route to win over James Madison (3/9/10)... Threw 6 complete innings, struck out 4 batters and picked up his 3rd win of the season against Bethune-Cookman (4/27/10).

for the Hatters... Finished third on the team in ERA at 3.72... Appeared in 11 games with three starts... Struck out 24 batters while walking just six... One of three pitchers on the team to finish with a winning record (2-1)... Picked up first career win after delivering season-highs of seven innings pitched and eight strikeouts against Bethune-Cookman (4/8/08)... Pitched 6 2/3 innings striking out five and walking one at Bethune-Cookman (4/22/08)... Closed game with a strike out in one inning and picked up first career save at Gardner-Webb (5/22/08).

2009 Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors... Did not play due to medical redshirt.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Providence High School in Jacksonville, Florida… Played District 8-2A baseball under Mac Mackiewitz… Led team to District Championship and Regional Runner Up

2008 Had a solid freshman season

Will Dorsey 6-0, 190, R-Jr, Pitcher Atlantic Beach, Florida Providence School Bats: Right Throws: Right finish as a junior… Finished that season with a 7-3 record and a 1.78 earned run average… Also as a junior he was named District Player of the Year and selected Third Team All-State… Was named Team Most Valuable Player and earned All-City status. PERSONAL William James Dorsey II was born in Jacksonville, Florida… Son of Marsha and Bill Dorsey of Atlantic Beach, Florida… Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

Dorsey’s Career Statistics YEAR 2008 2010 Totals

ERA 3.72 6.58 5.37

W-L APP 2-1 11 3-3 14 5-4 25

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 3 0 0/0 1 6 0 0/0 0 9 0 0/0 1

2010 A two-way player for the Hatters... Played in 51 games with 45 starts as a fielder and made 16 appearances with 5 starts from the mound... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors... As a pitcher he finished with a 3-3 record and an 8.12 ERA... Finished 4th on the team in strike outs with 45 while walking just 17... Was 5th on team in innings pitched with 44.1... Picked up a combined shutout win after he took a no hitter into the 9th inning with one out before surrendering a hit against Central Michigan in his first collegiate start (3/10/10)... Struck out career-high 10 batters in the Central Michigan game and for his efforts he was named the A-Sun Pitcher of the Week and was listed on the College Baseball Foundation/Diamond Sports National All-Star Lineup for the week ending March 14, 2010... As an every day player Schluter played 1st base hitting .333 and 3rd base hitting .280... On the season he hit .301...

IP 29.0 39.2 68.2

H 32 63 95

R 17 31 48

ER 12 29 41

BB 6 10 16

SO 24 21 45

2B 4 12 16

Finished 3rd on the team in doubles with 15 and 4th on the team in home runs with 5... He finished with a slugging percentage of .482 and an on-base percentage of .397... He had 14 multiple hit games and 8 multiple RBI games... Had a season-high hitting streak of 8 games... Was 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, a home run, 5 RBI and 3 runs scored in win over USC Upstate (5/8/10).

3B 0 1 1

HR 4 5 9

AB B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 116 .276 3 5 0 2 189 .364 1 0 2 4 318 .329 4 5 2 6

Kurt Schluter 6-3, 185, So, Pitcher/IF Jupiter, Florida Jupiter H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right as a senior... Led Palm Beach County in home runs... Was a FACA All-Star and a Dick Howser All-Star... Helped team earn back-to-back state championships... Team was 22-6 his senior season.

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Jupiter High school in Jupiter, Florida... Member of the Order of the Arrow for four years, as well as the Lamp of Knowledge... Earned three varsity letters as a member of the Warriors baseball team... Batted .450 with eight home runs and 36 RBI

PERSONAL Born in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida... Son of Andrea and Karl Schluter of Jupiter, Florida... Chose Stetson because of its great tradition and baseball program... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

Schluter’s Career Pitching Statistics YEAR ERA 2010 8.12

W-L APP 3-3 16

GS CG SHO/CBO SV 5 0 0/1 0

YEAR 2010

GP-GS AB 51-45 166

IP 44.1

H 61

R 44

ER 40

BB 17

SO 45

2B 13

3B 0

HR 4

AB B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 221 .326 2 11 4 2

Batting Avg .301

R 36

H 50

2B 15

3B HR 0 5

RBI 30

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

TB SLG% 80 .482

‘88

BB HBP 18 9

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SO OB% 44 .397

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SF SH SB-ATT PO 1 5 1-2 262

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A 43

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E 8

FLD% .974

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Ethan Maskolunas 5-8, 175, Jr, Catcher Lakeland, Florida Santa Fe Catholic H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right 2010 Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors for the second consecutive season... Played in nine games with one start as a sophomore... Had a pinch-hit single at East Tennessee State (5/1/10)... Was the starting designated hitter and picked up a pair of at bats against USC Upstate (5/7/10)... Had two at bats as a pinch hitter and DH against BethuneCookman (4/27/10). 2009 Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors... Lou Bazzano Outstanding Effort Award winner... Played in 20 games

with one start as a freshman... Had 12 appearances and two hits as a pinch hitter... Started the game, had a season-high four at bats, one hit and one run scored against Lipscomb (3/20/09)... Had a pair of singles in the Jacksonville series. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated Suma Cum Laude from Santa Fe Catholic High School in Lakeland, Florida… Was Class Salutatorian… Played Division 2A baseball for coach Matt Franzino… Earned All-State honors in 2008… Also played four years of football at Santa Fe.

PERSONAL Ethan Shane Maskolunas was born in Lakeland, Florida… Son of Michelle and Mike Maskolunas of Lakeland… Hometown newspaper is the Lakeland Ledger… Majoring in Chemistry at Stetson.

Maskolunas’ Career Statistics YEAR Avg 2009 .235 2010 .100 Totals .185

GP-GS 20/1 9-1 29-2

AB 17 10 27

R 1 0 1

H 4 1 5

2B 0 0 0

3B HR 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 0 0 0

TB SLG% 4 .235 1 ,100 5 .185

BB HBP 1 2 0 0 1 2

SO OB% 2 .350 2 .100 4 .267

SF SH SB-ATT PO 0 1 0-0 6 0 0 0-0 1 0 1 0-0 7

A 0 0 0

E 1 0 1

FLD% .857 1.000 .875

James Rasmussen 6-3, 185, So, Outfielder Tallahassee, Florida Lawton Chiles H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right 2010 Played in 42 games with 21 starts as a freshman before suffering a season-ending injury diving for a ball in right field... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors... Batted .272 with 22 hits including three doubles... Finished with 10 RBI, a .344 on-base percentage and a .309 slugging percentage... A solid defensive outfielder who committed just one error in 64 chances for a .984 fielding percentage... Finished with 6 multiple-hit games... Had 2 multiple RBI games... Longest hitting streak of the season was four games... Was 3-for-4 with a double and a run scored against Kansas State

(3/5/10)... Picked up a pair of RBI with a pinch hit single in win over Old Dominion (3/14/10)... Was 2-for-4 with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored in win over Campbell (4/1/10). HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Lawton Chiles High School in Tallahassee, Florida... Earned Commended Scholar status and an Honor Roll member... Earned two varsity letters in baseball... Played for the Timberwolves under head coach Greg Jones... Was District Player of the Year, All-Big Bend Conference and Honorable Mention All-State... Batted .417 with three

home runs as a senior... Helped team to a state runner up finish in class 5A. PERSONAL Born in Tallahassee, Florida... Son of Joanne and David Rasmussen of Tallahassee... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

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R 11

H 22

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3B HR 0 0

RBI 10

TB SLG% 25 .309

BB HBP 7 2

SO OB% 25 .344

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles 2010 Made seven appearances for the Hatters as a redshirt sophomore... Earned a spot on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team... Pitched 4.1 innings and struck out 2 batters... Pitched a career-high one complete inning against Kansas State (3/5/10) and also against Bethune-Cookman picking up his first career strike out (4/7/20)... Second career strike out also came against Bethune-Cookman (4/27/10).

Joe Dye 6-3, 210, R-So, Pitcher Royal Palm Beach, Florida Royal Palm Beach H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

2009 Did not see action and was redshirted as a freshman. a sophomore and junior. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Royal Palm Beach High School in Royal Palm Beach, Florida… Played Division 6A baseball for coach Carey Bush… Team finished 16-10 in 2008… Batted .301 and finished with a 3-1 record on the mound… Named Team MVP and earned Best All-Around Award… Also played soccer as

PERSONAL Joseph Hoffman Dye was born in Tampa, Florida… Son of Susan Hoffman-Dye… Hometown newspaper is the Palm Beach Post… Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

Dye’s Career Statistics YEAR ERA 2010 16.62

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AB B/AVG WP HBP SFA SHA 26 .423 1 2 0 0

an RBI in Stetson’s win over Bethune-Cookman (4/27/10)... Was 1-for-2 in win over USC Upstate (5/8/10).

Brad Carlton 6-2, 210, So, Catcher Arcadia, Florida Charlotte H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, Florida... Earned three varsity letters as a member of the baseball team... Hit .370 as a senior and earned the Defensive Award with the Tarpons... Played under head coach Josh Corr... In 2008 his team finished 3rd in the nation and in 2009 it won a District Championship.

2010 Played in 17 games with 4 starts as a freshman... Batted .333 after picking up 8 hits in 24 at bats... Was 2-for-5 and hit .400 as a pinch hitter... Was 6-for-19 and hit .316 while playing catcher... Finished with a .333 slugging percentage and a .360 on base percentage... Was 1-for-3 with a walk and a run scored in his first collegiate start against Siena (2/23/10)... Was 2-for-2 with

PERSONAL Born in Tampa, Florida... Son of Cindy and David Carlton of Arcadia, Florida... Chose Stetson because it is a great school with a great baseball program... Father David and cousin Myron both played baseball at Stetson... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

Carlton’s Career Statistics YEAR 2010

Avg .301

GP-GS AB 51-45 166

R 36

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3B HR 0 5

RBI 30

TB SLG% 80 .482

BB HBP 18 9

SO OB% 44 .397

2010 Played in 14 games as a freshman... Earned a spot on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team... An outstanding defensive player who saw the majority of his game time backing up at second base... Picked up 2 put outs and 4 assists... Batted .200 picking up one hit in five at bats... Delivered his first collegiate base hit in Stetson’s win over Bethune-Cookman (4/27/10).

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Nathan Cox

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida... An honor roll student at Naples HS... Played for head coach Rick Turner with the Eagles... Earned two varsity letters as a member of the baseball team... Helped lead the team to a 33-1 record and a state championship in 2009... Batted .330 with a

5-10, 155, So, Infielder Naples, Florida Naples H.S. Bats: Right Throws: Right home run, 15 RBI, and 20 runs scored as a senior. PERSONAL Born in Naples, Florida... Son of Colleen and Joel Cox of Naples... Majoring in Finance at Stetson.

Cox’s Career Statistics YEAR 2010

Avg .301

GP-GS AB 51-45 166

R 36

H 50

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Trey Blackman 6-1, 215, R-Jr, Infielder Altamonte Springs, Florida Tallahassee C.C. Bats: Right Throws: Right COLLEGE Attended Eastern Kentucky before transferring to Tallahassee Community College where he played two seasons of baseball... A switch hitter who batted .354 with seven doubles, one triple and four home runs as a sophomore.... He finished with 24 RBI and scored a team-leading 41 runs scored... Hit .355 with a .447 on base percentage his freshman season... Earned First Team All-Panhandle Conference... Helped lead team to conference title with a 39-14 record. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Florida... Participated in baseball, football, and weightlifting at Brantley... First Team All-Conference in baseball... First Team All-Conference and Defensive Player of the Year in football... First Team All-Conference in weightlifting. PERSONAL Born in Gainesville, Florida... Son of Karen and Huey Blackman of Altamonte Springs... Brother Tanner has also signed on to play at Stetson and will join the team in 2012... Chose to transfer to Stetson because it is close to home and provides a great education... Majoring in Sports management at Stetson.

Chad Rood 5-10, 170, Jr, Pitcher DeLand, Florida Florida State College-Jacksonville Bats: Right Throws: Right COLLEGE Played at Florida State College at Jacksonville... Over his career he was 4-1 with 96 innings pitched, 61 strike outs and seven saves. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida... Honor Roll student... Earned three letters in baseball and three in football... Was 7-2 with a 1.19 ERA and 87 strike outs in 59 innings as a senior... Over career was 13-3 with a 1.84 ERS... First team All-County... First Team All-Conference... Second Team All-State... Helped team reach state playoffs in 2006 and 2007. PERSONAL Born in DeLand, Florida... Son of Debbie and Mark Rood of DeLand... Brother Mark also played at Stetson... Chose Stetson because he could get a great education and has always been interested in being a Hatter... Majoring in Marketing at Stetson

Mitchel Brennan 6-1, 175, R-So, Outfielder Orlando, Florida Tallahassee C.C. Bats: Left Throws: Left COLLEGE Played his freshman season at Tallahassee Community College under head coach Mike McLeod... He batted .421 with 15 RBI and 12 doubles... Named to the FCCAA All-Academic Team and earned NJCAA Academic All-America status. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Boone High School in Orlando, Florida... Member of the national Honor Society... Earned four letters in baseball... As a senior he batted .478 with 6 home runs, 35 runs batted in and 17 doubles... Also played AAU ball for the Orlando Blast, Team Orlando, and Chet Lemon’s Juice... Played on 3 AAU National Championship teams... Played for the 18U World Wood Bat Champions. PERSONAL Born in Orlando, Florida... Son of Kathy and Steve Brennan of Orlando... Chose to transfer to Stetson for the great baseball and great academics... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

Ben Carhart 5-11, 180, Jr, Infielder/Pitcher Royal Palm Beach, Florida Palm Beach State Bats: Right Throws: Right COLLEGE Transferred to Stetson from Palm Beach State College where he played two seasons of baseball under head coach Alex Morales... In 2010 he was named the Florida Junior College Player of the Year after batting .473 with 12 home runs, 72 RBI and 15.0 innings pitched with a 0.00 ERA... Also earned First Team All-America, Team MVP, and the National Silver Slugger Award... Led team to a 42-13 record, Southern Conference Championship, 3rd place finish in state tournament, and a #9 national ranking... Hit .311 with 15 RBI as a freshman... Was drafted by the Dodgers in the 19th round of the 2010 MLB Draft. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida... National Junior Honor Society... Graduated in Top 10% of class... Earned three varsity letters in baseball and one in soccer... Hit .310 with 16 RBI and pitched 20 innings with a 1.40 ERA and was the Defensive MVP as a junior... Hit .455 with 4 home runs and 26 RBI, First Team All-Conf. and First Team All-County as a senior. PERSONAL Born in Dayton, Ohio... Son of Julie and Ron Carhart of Royal Palm Beach, Florida... Chose to come to Stetson because of the baseball reputation and tradition... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson.

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Robert Bruce

Kyle Campbell

6-4, 185, Fr, Pitcher Sarasota, Florida Sarasota Riverview HS Bats: Left Throws: Right

6-0, 185, R-Fr, Catcher Lakeland, Florida Santa Fe Catholic Bats: Right Throws: Right

HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Riverview High School in Sarasota, Florida... Earned four letters as a member of the baseball team... Played for the Rams under head coach Jim Zerilla... Played AAU ball for SWFL and the Tampa Elite.

2010 Did not see action and was redshirted as a freshman. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Santa Fe Catholic High School in Lakeland, Florida... Played four years of baseball and football for the Hawks... Member of the National Honor Society... In baseball he earned Team MVP, First Team All-State and Second Team All-State honors... As a junior he hit .405 with four home runs and as a senior batted .420 with five home runs... His freshman year he helped the team achieve a 25-4 record and a state runner up finish... Was a First Team All-State quarterback in football.

PERSONAL Born in Sarasota, Florida... Son of Cathy and Brad Bruce of Sarasota... Was also recruited by UCF and USF... Chose Stetson because he liked the atmosphere on and off the field... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

PERSONAL Born in Cleveland, Ohio... Son of Diane and Steve Campbell of Lakeland, Florida... Chose Stetson for its location, atmosphere and coaching... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

Brian Eggleston

Lee Cheneler

6-0, 185, Fr, Outfielder Chantilly, Virginia Salisbury School (Ct.) Bats: Right Throws: Right

5-10, 165, Fr, Pitcher Longwood, Florida Masters Academy Bats: Left Throws: Left HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from The Master’s Academy in Oviedo, Florida... Played seven years of baseball for the Eagles... As a senior on the mound had a 0.00 ERA and struck out 60 batters... Offensively he hit .617 with a .979 slugging percentage... As a junior he had a 0.98 ERA with 51 strike outs and hit .552... While at Master’s he set several school records including lowest season ERA (0.00), pickoffs in a season (17), career ERA (0.88), career strike outs (180), season batting average (.617), triples in a season (7), stolen bases in season (16), stolen bases in career (39)... Three-time Team MVP... Team Captain twice... Led team to undefeated District Season... Also earned three varsity letters in basketball... Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL Born in Orlando, Florida... Son of Jill and Al Cheneler of Longwood, Florida... Chose Stetson because he had been coming to the baseball camps since 6th grade... A Biology/Pre Med major at Stetson.

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Salisbury Prep in Salisbury, Connecticut... Earned High Academic Honors all three years... Earned three letters in baseball, three in soccer, and two in ice hockey... Was named a First Team All-Star three times... Team MVP and Co-Captain as junior and senior... Hit .385 as a junior and .493 as a senior... Helped lead team to a 20-0 record and a league championship as a sophomore... Team finished 15-3 and was runner up junior season... Team finished 16-1-1 and won a league championship his senior season. PERSONAL Born in Fairfax, Virginia... Son of Susan and Kevin Eggleston of Chantilly, Virginia... Chose Stetson for its academics, location, and the chance to play Division I baseball... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Cameron Griffin 6-1, 185, Fr, Pitcher Naples, Florida Naples HS Bats: Left Throws: Left HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida... Earned three varsity letters in baseball... Played for the Eagles under head coach Rick Turner... Graduated with honors... Earned the Student Athlete Award... Helped lead team to a 33-1 record, a state championship, a #6 Baseball America ranking, and an ESPN #1 national ranking in 2009. PERSONAL Born in Lawrence, Kansas... Son of Nancy and Brent Griffin of Naples, Florida... Chose to come to Stetson because it is a great school and has great athletics... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

Thomas Kelly 5-10, 180, Fr, Infielder Arlington Heights, Illinois Prospect HS Bats: Right Throws: Right HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Prospect High School in Mt. Prospect, Illinois... Earned four varsity letters in baseball and two in basketball... Hit .500 with a .625 slugging percentage as a freshman at Loyola Academy... As a sophomore he hit.385 with a .570 slugging percentage at Loyola... Junior season he hit .300 with a .435 slugging percentage at Prospect... Senior season he batted .365 with 2 triples and 32 RBI at Prospect... His sophomore and junior seasons were shortened due to basketball injuries... Played AAU ball for Upper deck Baseball and the Illinois Sparks. PERSONAL Born in Princeton, New Jersey... Son of Maura and Ken Kelly of Arlington Heights, Illinois... Also recruited by Michigan, Loyola Marymount, Northwestern and Creighton... Chose Stetson because of the private, small academic environment, great baseball, and the chance to play for a great coaching staff... Currently majoring in General Studies at Stetson.

Kevin Lindheim 6-1, 190, Fr, Infielder/Pitcher Naples, Florida Naples HS Bats: Right Throws: Right HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida... Graduated with honors with a 4.0 GPA... Earned three varsity letters in baseball and one in football... Played for the Eagles under head coach Rick Turner... Earned All-Area and All-Conference honors... Third Team All-State... As a senior hit .490 with 40 hits and 35 RBI... On the mound he was 4-1 with a 1.90 ERA... Had a career batting average of .420 and a pitching record of 10-4... helped lead team to Regional Finals as a junior and to a 20-6 record and a #6 national ranking as a senior. PERSONAL Born in Naples, Florida... Son of Denise and Kevin Lindheim of Naples... Chose Stetson because it was the best fit athletically and academically... Also wanted to go to Stetson because former Hatter and current coach for AA Durham Jeff Smith was a big baseball influence on him... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

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Jimmy O’Neill 6-8, 240, Fr, Pitcher Bradenton, Florida Pendleton School Bats: Right Throws: Right HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from the Pendleton School/IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida... Played both baseball and basketball in high school... Played baseball for the Panthers under head coach Kevin Sharp... The Panthers finished the 2009 season 31-1 and ranked 7th in the nation... O’Neill posted a 2.40 ERA with 63 strike outs in 49 innings... He was also selected to play in the prestigious “Florida Diamond Club” event. PERSONAL Born in Bradenton, Florida... Son of Marjorie and Ed O’Neill of Bradenton... Chose to come to Stetson because it is a great learning environment on and off the field... Majoring in Sports Management at Stetson.

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2011 2011 Player Player Profiles Profiles Justin Pickens

Austin Perez

6-1, 175, R-Fr, Pitcher Sanford, Florida Seminole HS Bats: Right Throws: Right

5-11, 175, Fr, Pitcher Loxahatchee, Florida Royal Palm Beach HS Bats: Left Throws: Left HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Royal Palm Beach High School in Palm Beach, Florida... Earned varsity letters in baseball and swimming/diving... In baseball he earned First Team All-County and All-Conference honors... Played in the FACA All-Star Game... Finished his senior season with an 8-1 record and a 1.12 earned run average... Played AAU ball for Team Mizuno and All-American Prospects. PERSONAL Born in Wellington, Florida... Son of Kelli and Xavier “Harvey” Perez of Loxahatchee, Florida... Was also recruited by Clemson, FSU, Florida and Bethune-Cookman... Chose Stetson because he liked the learning environment and the baseball program... Majoring in Business Administration at Stetson.

2010 Did not see action and was redshirted as a freshman... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference status. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Seminole High School in Sanford, Florida... Earned three varsity letters as a member of the baseball team... Played under head coach Mike Powers... His senior season he finished with a 5-2 record with 97 strike outs and a 1.74 ERA. PERSONAL Born in Sanford, Florida... Son of Deanna and Joseph Pickens of Sanford... Majoring in Integrative Health Science at Stetson.

Miles Rubinski

Kyle Zech

5-11, 165, R-Fr, Outfielder Cape Coral, Florida Ida S. Baker HS Bats: Right Throws: Right

6-3, 195, Fr, Outfielder Naples, Florida Naples HS Bats: Right Throws: Right

2010 Did not see action and was redshirted as a freshman... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference status. HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Ida S. Baker High School in Cape Coral, Florida... Member of the National Honor Society... Earned six varsity letters including two in football and four in baseball... Played baseball for the Bulldogs under head coach Chad Turner... A .330 hitter who was the team Co-MVP sophomore and junior seasons... Set records for most hits in a season and a career... An All-Academic athlete... Played on the Senior All-Star team. PERSONAL Born in Cape Coral, Florida... Son of Cecilia and Mike Rubinski of Cape Coral... Chose Stetson because of its new science building and the opportunity to be on a Division I team... Majoring in Chemistry at Stetson.

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HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida... An Honor Roll student... Earned the Student Athlete Award... Earned the Gulf Coast Foot and Ankle Student Athlete Award... Earned three varsity letters in both baseball and football... Played baseball for the Eagles under head coach Rick Turner... Hit .370 with 11 RBI as a sophomore... As a junior he hit .447 with 26 doubles, 26 RBI and 20 stolen bases... Also helped lead the 2009 team to a 33-1 record, a state championship and a national #1 ranking... Was All-State, All-Area, All-County, and AllConference... As a senior he hit .553 with 5 home runs, 25 RBI and 26 stolen bases... Most Valuable Hitter... Earned All-County, All-Area, and All-Tournament honors... Played on 2007 football state championship team. PERSONAL Born in Naples, Florida... Son of Michelle and Brian Zech of Naples... Chose to come to Stetson because of the winning tradition and because a lot of pro players started here... Major is undeclared at this time.

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2011 2011 Numerical Numerical Roster Roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 22 23 24 27 28 29 30 34 35 36 37 38 41 42 44 45 50 55 57 25 40 32 31

Name Thomas Kelly Robert Crews Jeff Simpson Mark Jones Mitchel Brennan Sean Emory Spencer Theisen Nick Rickles Ethan Maskolunas Kyle Zech Ryan Lashley Lindsey Caughel Robert Bruce Robbie Powell James Rasmussen Brad Carlton Ben Carhart Trey Blackman Justin Dechert Kurt Schluter Miles Rubinski Will Dorsey Cameron Griffin Nathan Cox Brian Eggleston Justin Pickens Jake Boyd Kyle Campbell Jimmy O’Neill Austin Perez Joe Dye Chad Rood Tucker Donahue Kevin Lindheim Lee Cheneler Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Team Trainer Team Manager

Pos IF IF OF IF OF/IF OF OF C C OF IF RHP OF RHP OF C IF/P 1B/C RHP RHP OF RHP LHP IF OF RHP RHP C RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP IF/P LHP

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

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

Wt 180 185 165 195 175 170 175 225 175 195 185 195 185 180 185 210 180 215 190 185 165 190 185 155 185 175 200 185 240 175 210 170 195 190 165

Cl Fr R-Jr Sr Jr R-So Sr R-Jr Jr Jr Fr So Jr Fr Jr So So Jr R-Jr Sr So R-Fr R-Jr Fr So Fr R-Fr Jr R-Fr Fr Fr R-So Jr Jr Fr Fr

Pete Dunn (Stetson, 1972), 32nd year Mark Leavitt (Princeton, 1988), 2nd year Chris Roberts (FSU, 1992), 3rd year Matt Untiet, (UConn, 2008), 1st year Dan Riegle, ATC/L Players by Class Austin Marr Seniors (3): Dechert, Emory, Simpson Pronounciation Guide

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Hometown (Previous School) Arlington Heights, Ill. (Prospect HS) Port Charlotte, Fla. (Charlotte HS) Valrico, Fla. (Bloomingdale HS) Bunnell, Fla. (Flagler Palm Coast HS) Orlando, Fla. (Tallahassee CC) Miami, Fla. (Miami Killian HS) Longwood, Fla. (Seminole CC/FSC) Loxahatchee, Fla. (Palm Beach Gardens HS) Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic HS) Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) Lake Worth, Fla. (Park Vista HS) Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) Sarasota, Fla. (Sarasota Riverview HS) Punta Gorda, Fla. (Charlotte HS) Tallahassee, Fla. (Chiles HS) Arcadia, Fla. (Charlotte HS) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Palm Bch St.) Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Tallahassee CC) Boynton Beach, Fla. (W. Boca Raton HS) Jupiter, Fla. (Jupiter HS) Cape Coral, Fla. (Ida S. Baker HS) Atlantic Beach, Fla. (Providence School) Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) Chantilly, Va. (Salisbury School, Ct.) Sanford, Fla. (Seminole HS) West Palm Beach, Fla. (John I. Leonard HS) Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic) Bradenton, Fla. (Pendleton School) Loxahatchee, Fla. (Royal Palm Bch HS) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (RPB HS) DeLand, Fla. (Florida State College-JAX) Coral Springs, Fla. (Stoneman Douglas HS) Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) Longwood, Fla. (Masters Academy)

Caughel .........................................Caw-Guul Cheneler .................................... SHEN-ell-er Dechert ........................................de-SHURR Maskolunas ........................... Mask-O-Lunas Rasmussen ............................. Ras-Muss-en Schluter .......................................Shh-loo-ter Theisen ......................................Th-eye-SEN Zech .................................................... ZECK

Juniors (13): Blackman, Boyd, Carhart, Caughel, Crews, Donahue, Dorsey, Jones, Maskolunas, Powell, Rickles, Rood, Theisen Sophomores (7): Brennan, Carlton, Cox, Dye, Lashley, Rasmussen, Schluter Freshmen (12): Bruce, Campbell, Cheneler, Eggleston, Griffin, Kelly, Lindheim, O’Neill, Perez, Pickens, Rubinski, Zech

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2011 2011 Roster Roster by by Position Position No. 37 13 57 24 50 29 44 30 41 42 36 16 45 27

Pitchers Jake Boyd Lindsey Caughel Lee Cheneler Justin Dechert Tucker Donahue Will Dorsey Joe Dye Cameron Griffin Jimmy O’Neill Austin Perez Justin Pickens Robbie Powell Chad Rood Kurt Schluter

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Wt Cl Hometown (Previous School) 200 Jr West Palm Beach, Fla. (John I. Leonard HS) 195 Jr Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) 165 Fr Longwood, Fla. (Masters Academy) 190 Sr Boynton Beach, Fla. (W. Boca Raton HS) 195 Jr Coral Springs, Fla. (Stoneman Douglas HS) 190 R-Jr Atlantic Beach, Fla. (Providence School) 210 R-So Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (RPB HS) 185 Fr Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) 240 Fr Bradenton, Fla. (Pendleton School) 175 Fr Loxahatchee, Fla. (Royal Palm Beach HS) 175 R-Fr Sanford, Fla. (Seminole HS) 180 Jr Punta Gorda, Fla. (Charlotte HS) 170 Jr DeLand, Fla. (Florida State College-JAX) 185 So Jupiter, Fla. (Jupiter HS)

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Catchers Kyle Campbell Brad Carlton Nick Rickles Ethan Maskolunas

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Wt Cl Hometown (Previous School) 185 R-Fr Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic) 210 So Arcadia, Fla. (Charlotte HS) 225 Jr Loxahatchee, Fla. (Palm Beach Gardens HS) 175 Jr Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic HS)

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Infielders Trey Blackman Ben Carhart Nathan Cox Robert Crews Mark Jones Thomas Kelly Ryan Lashley Kevin Lindheim

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Wt Cl Hometown (Previous School) 215 R-Jr Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Tallahassee CC) 180 Jr Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (Palm Beach St.) 155 So Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) 185 R-Jr Port Charlotte, Fla. (Charlotte HS) 195 Jr Bunnell, Fla. (Flagler Palm Coast HS) 180 Fr Arlington Heights, Ill. (Prospect HS) 185 So Lake Worth, Fla. (Park Vista HS) 190 Fr Naples, Fla. (Naples HS)

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Outfielders Jeff Simpson Mitchel Brennan Robert Bruce Brian Eggleston Sean Emory James Rasmussen Miles Rubinski Spencer Theisen Kyle Zech

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Wt Cl Hometown (Previous School) 165 Sr Valrico, Fla. (Bloomingdale HS) 175 R-So Orlando, Fla. (Tallahassee CC) 185 Fr Sarasota, Fla. (Sarasota Riverview HS) 185 Fr Chantilly, Va. (Salisbury School, Ct.) 170 Sr Miami, Fla. (Miami Killian HS) 185 So Tallahassee, Fla. (Chiles HS) 165 R-Fr Cape Coral, Fla. (Ida S. Baker HS) 175 R-Jr Longwood, Fla. (Seminole CC/Fl Southern) 195 Fr Naples, Fla. (Naples HS)

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2011 2011 Opponents Opponents Georgia

Bethune-Cookman

Maine

February 18-20 DeLand, Fla.

Feb 23 & Mar 9, Daytona Mar 22 & Apr 26, DeLand

February 26-28 DeLand, Fla.

Location ........................... Athens, Ga. Enrollment ............................... 34,180 Founded ..................................... 1785 Nickname ..............................Bulldogs Colors .......................... Red and Black President ...........Dr. Michael F. Adams Athletic Director ........... Greg McGarity Conference .................................. SEC Home Field ........................ Foley Field Capacity .................................... 3,291 Press Box Phone ....... (706) 542-6161 Head Coach ....................David Perno Overall Record .... 305-245-1 (9 years) Record at School ....................... Same Assistant Coaches ........... Jason Eller, .............Allen Osborne, Jason Jacobs 2010 Record .............................. 16-37 2010 Conf. Record/Finish 5-23 (6th E) Starters Returning/Lost ............... 18-8 Baseball SID ......... Christopher Lakos Office Phone .............. (706) 542-7994 Cell Phone .................. (706) 714-2934 Email ............ clakos@sports.uga.com Ath. Website .........www.georgiadogs.com

Location ............ Daytona Beach, Fla. Enrollment ................................. 3,100 Founded ..................................... 1904 Nickname ............................. Wildcats Colors..................... Maroon and Gold President .........Dr. Trudie Kibbe Reed Athletic Director .. Lynn W. Thompson Conference ........ Mid-Eastern Athletic Home Field Jackie Robinson Ballpark Capacity .................................... 4,800 Press Box Phone ...... (386) 226-3362 Head Coach ............ Mervyl Melendez Overall Record ..... 343-297 (11 years) Record at School ...................... same Assistant Coaches ....... Jason Arnold, Jose Vazquez, Drew Clark, Matt Crane 2010 Record ............................. 35-22 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ..18-0 (first) Starters Returning/Lost ............... 14/6 Baseball SID ........... Mike Stambaugh Office Phone ............. (386) 481-2206 Cell Phone ................ (386) 235-9678 Email .... mstambaugh@cookman.edu Ath. Website.... www.bccathletics.com

Location ............................Orono, ME Enrollment ............................... 12,000 Founded ..................................... 1865 Nickname ........................ Black Bears Colors.........................Blue and White President .................. Robert Kennedy Athletic Director .............Steve Abbott Conference ...................America East Home Field .......... Mahaney Diamond Capacity .................................... 4,400 Press Box Phone ...... (207) 581-1049 Head Coach .................Steve Trimper Overall Record ..... 315-300-2 (12 yrs) Record at School ... 143-126-2 (5 yrs) Asst Coaches ......... Jason Spaulding, .........................................Billy Cather 2010 Record ............................. 34-22 2010 Conf. Record/Finish .. 17-7(2nd) Starters Returning/Lost ............... 15/8 Baseball SID ................... Laura Reed Office Phone ............. (207) 581-3646 Cell Phone ................. (207)478-4256 Email ......laura.reed@umit.maine.edu Ath. Website...www.GoBlackBears.com

Columbia

Illinois

Central Michigan

March 4 DeLand, Fla.

March 5 DeLand, Fla.

March 6 & 8 DeLand, Fla.

Location ........................ New York, NY Enrollment ................................. 5,732 Founded ..................................... 1754 Nickname ................................... Lions Colors ......... Columbia Blue and White President ................... Lee C. Bollinger Athletic Director Dr. M. Dianne Murphy Conference ........................ Ivy League Home Field ................ Robertson Field Capacity ..................................... (600) Press Box Phone ..........................N/A Head Coach .................... Brett Boretti Overall Record ................... 206-225-1 Record at School .................. 88-143-1 Assistant Coaches ............ Pete Maki, .........................Jay Quinn, Jim Walsh 2010 Record .............................. 26-21 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ... 14-6 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost ............... 18/3 Baseball SID .................Pete McHugh Office Phone .............. (212) 854-2534 Cell Phone .................. (212) 854-7064 Email ........... ptm2102@columbia.edu Website .... www.gocolumbialions.com

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Location ...................... Champaign, Ill. Enrollment ............................... 41,298 Founded ..................................... 1867 Nickname ....................... Fighting Illini Colors ...................... Orange and Blue President .................Michael J. Hogan Athletic Director ............ Ron Guenther Conference ..............................Big Ten Home Field .......................Illinois Field Capacity .................................... 1,500 Press Box Phone ..............(217) 333-1227 Head Coach .................... Dan Hartleb Overall Record .......... 151-127 (5 yrs) Record at School ....................... Same Assistant Coaches ............ Eric Snider ....................................... Ken Westray 2010 Record .............................. 26-26 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ......10-14 (9th) Starters Returning/Lost ............... 16/7 Baseball SID ......................Ben Taylor Office Phone....................... (217) 244-5045 Cell Phone .................. (217) 714-3555 Email ................. bktaylor@illinois.edu Website ............ www.fightingillini.com

Location ........... Mount Pleasant, Mich. Enrollment ............................... 26,787 Founded ..................................... 1892 Nickname ..........................Chippewas Colors .....................Maroon and Gold President ..................Dr. George Ross Athletic Director ...............Dave Heeke Conference ................... Mid-American Home Field .........Theunissen Stadium Capacity .................................... 2,046 Press Box Phone ....... (989) 774-3594 Head Coach .................... Steve Jaksa Overall Record ........ 291-218-1 (9 yrs) Record at School ..... 263-193-1 (8 yrs) Assistant Coaches ...... Jeff Opalewski Bret Haring, Derek Simmons 2010 Record .............................. 36-22 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ............ 20-7/1st Starters Returning/Lost ............... 18/6 Baseball SID .................. Mike Boseak Office Phone .............. (989) 774-3277 Cell Phone .................. (989) 621-9064 Email .......... mike.boseak@cmich.edu Ath. Website... www.cmuchippewas.com

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Opponents Opponents Campbell

Siena

Mercer

March 11-12 Buies Creek, N.C.

March 15-16 DeLand, Fla.

March 18-20 DeLand, Fla.

Location ................... Buies Creek, N.C. Enrollment ...................................6,834 Founded .......................................1887 Nickname ....................Fighting Camels Colors ...................... Orange and Black President ............. Dr. Jerry M. Wallace Athletic Director . Dr. Dennis Bazemore Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ........................ Taylor Field Capacity .......................................1,000 Press Box Phone ......... (910) 814-4781 Head Coach .......................... Greg Goff Overall Record ......... 228-172 (7 years) Record at School ......... 76-88 (3 years) Assistant Coaches ... Justin Haire, Rick ......................... McCarty, Daniel Furuto 2010 Record ............................... 28-27 2010 Conf. Record/Finish.............8-19/11th Letterwinners Returning/Lost .......13/19 Baseball SID .................Jason Willimas Office Phone .................. 910-814-4367 Cell Phone ..................... 910-228-6908 Email .............. jwilliams@campbell.edu Athletic Website .... www.gocamels.com

Location .................... Loudonville, NY Enrollment ................................. 3,000 Founded ..................................... 1937 Nickname ................................. Saints Colors....................... Green and Gold President ............ Rev Kevin J. Mullen Athletic Director ........ John D’Argenio Conference ......Metro Atlantic Athletic Home Field ...................... Siena Field Field Capacity .............................. 500 Press Box Phone ...... (518) 542-7240 Head Coach ..................... Tony Rossi Overall Record ..... 701-825-6 (41 yrs) Record at School ......................Same Assistant Coaches ... Jimmy Jackson, ....................Keith Glasser, Phil Cahill 2010 Record ............................. 27-27 2010 Conf. Record/Finish .13-11 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost .............. 16/8 Baseball SID .................... Jason Rich Office Phone ..............(518) 783-2411 Cell Phone ................ (518) 542-7240 Email ........................ jrich@siena.edu Athletic Websitewww.sienasaints.com

Location ............................ Macon, Ga. Enrollment .................................. 8,000 Founded ......................................1833 Nickname ................................... Bears Colors ..................... Orange and Black President ......... William D. Underwood Athletic Director ..................... Jim Cole Conference .......................Atlantic Sun Home Field ........... Claude Smith Field Capacity .........................................500 Press Box Phone ........ (478) 301-2339 Head Coach .................... Craig Gibson Overall Record ........ 200-192 (7 years) Record at School ....................... same Assistant Coaches .......... Brent Shade, ...................................... Justin Holmes 2010 Record ...............................38-24 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ....16-11 (2nd) Starters Returning/Lost ................... 6/3 Baseball SID ................. Jason Farhadi Office Phone ............... (478) 301-5128 Cell Phone .................... 401-965-1613 Email .............. farhadi_jb@mercer.edu Ath. Website ......www.mercerbears.com

Florida State

ETSU

UCF

March 23, Tallahassee, Fla. May 10, DeLand, Fla.

March 25-27 DeLand, Fla.

March 29, Orlando, Fla. March 30, DeLand, Fla.

Location ................ Johnson City, Tenn. Enrollment .................................15,234 Founded ....................................... 1911 Nickname ...........................Buccaneers Colors ............ Navy Blue and Old Gold President ......... Dr. Paul E. Stanton, Jr. Athletic Director ............... Dave Mullins Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ..................... Cardinal Park Capacity .......................................2,000 Press Box Phone ......... (423) 461-4865 Head Coach ........................ Tony Skole Overall Record ....... 366-394 (14 years) Record at School ....271-337 (11 years) Assistant Coaches .......... Clay Greene, ................... Reid Casey, Matt Landreth 2010 Record ............................... 32-28 2010 Conf. Record/Finish........15-12 (3rd) Starters Returning/Lost ..................17/7 Baseball SID ..................Jeff Schneider Office Phone ................ (423) 439-5612 Cell Phone ................... (423) 741-5297 Email .............. schneidj@mail.etsu.edu Athletic Website ..... www.etsubucs.com

Location .......................... Orlando, Fla. Enrollment ................................ 56,235 Founded ...................................... 1960 Nickname ................................. Knights Colors .......................... Black and Gold President ..................... Dr. John C. Hitt Athletic Director ...........Keith R. Tribble Conference ............... Conference USA Home Field ............ Jay Bergman Field Capacity ...................................... 2,230 Press Box Phone ............................ n/a Head Coach .................... Terry Rooney Overall Record ................. 55-57 (2 yrs) Record at School ........................ Same Assistant Coaches ........... Cliff Godwin, ........................................ Jeff Palumbo 2010 Record ............................... 33-22 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ..............10-14 Starters Returning/Lost ................... 7/2 Baseball SID ................ Brian Ormiston Office Phone ................(407) 823-2409 Cell Phone ...................(407) 920-1233 Email ......... bormiston@athletics.ucf.edu Ath. Website .........www.ucfathletics.com

Location .................... Tallahassee, Fla. Enrollment ................................ 40,255 Founded ......................................1851 Nickname ........................... Seminoles Colors ....................... Garnet and Gold President ................. Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletic Director ......... Randy Spetman Conference .................................. ACC Home Field ....... Dick Howser Stadium Capacity .....................................6,700 Press Box Phone ....... (850) 644-1553 Head Coach ..................... Mike Martin Overall Record ... 1,627-558-4 (31 yrs) Record at School ....................... Same Assistant Coaches .... Jamey Shouppe ................ Mike Martin Jr, Matt Matulia 2010 Record ...............................48-20 2010 Conf. Record/Finish .....18-12 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost ................ 19/5 Baseball SID ...................Bob Thomas Office Phone .............. (850) 644-0615 Cell Phone .................. (850) 694-1768 Email ....................bthomas2@fsu.edu Athletic Website.. www.seminoles.com

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2011 2011 Opponents Opponents Kennesaw State

USF

April 1-2 Spartanburg, S.C.

March 25-28 DeLand, Fla.

April 12, DeLand, Fla. April 19, Tampa, Fla.

Location ................... Spartanburg, S.C. Enrollment ...................................5,485 Founded .......................................1967 Nickname ............................... Spartans Colors ............ Hunter Green and Black Chancellor .... John C. Stockwell, Ph.D. Athletic Director ..................... Mike Hall Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ........................ Harley Park Capacity ..........................................500 Press Box Phone .............................n/a Head Coach ......................Matt Fincher Overall Record ....... 293-415 (13 years) Record at School ......................... same Assistant Coaches ....... Grant Rembert, ......................... Jim Kais, John Caddell 2010 Record ............................... 19-27 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ... 8-19 (10th) Starters Returning/Lost ..................15/9 Baseball SID ...................Alex Edwards Office Phone ................ (864) 503-5166 Cell Phone ................... (864) 279-4829 Email ......... aedwards@uscupstate.edu Ath. Website ... www.upstatespartans.com

Location ....................... Kennesaw, Ga. Enrollment ................................ 22,500 Founded ...................................... 1963 Nickname ..................................... Owls Colors .......................... Black and Gold President ........................Dr. Dan Papp Athletic Director ............ Scott Whitlock Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ................ Stillwell Stadium Capacity ...................................... 1,500 Press Box Phone ............................ n/a Head Coach ....................Mike Sansing Overall Record ..................... 852-427-0 Record at School ................. 749-361-0 Assistant Coaches ........ Derrick Tucker ........................ Kevin Erminio, DJ King 2010 Record ............................... 23-32 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ...12-15 (8th) Starters Returning/Lost ................. 10/7 Baseball SID .......................Mark Toma Office Phone ................(770) 499-3217 Cell Phone ...................(770) 862-8556 Email ...............mtoma@kennesaw.edu Athletic Website ...... www.ksuowls.com

Location ............................. Tampa, Fla. Enrollment .................................47,576 Founded .......................................1956 Nickname ...................................... Bulls Colors ......................... Green and Gold President ................. Dr. Judy Genshaft Athletic Director .............Doug Woolard Conference .......................... BIG EAST Home Field ...... USF Baseball Stadium Capacity ....................................... 3,211 Press Box Phone ......... (813) 751-4044 Head Coach ........................ Lelo Prado Overall Record .... 723-535-2 (21 years) Record at School ..... 125-120 (4 years) Assistant Coaches .. Chuck Hernandez, .......................................... Chris Heintz 2010 Record ............................... 26-32 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ......16-11 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost ..................25/7 Baseball SID ..................Brad Borghetti Office Phone ................ (813) 974-4029 Cell Phone ................... (330) 883-9506 Email .......... bborghetti@admin.usf.edu Ath. Website ........ www.gousfbulls.com

Jacksonville

North Florida

FGCU

April 22-23 Jacksonville, Fla.

Apr 29 - May 1 DeLand, Fla.

May 6-8 Fort Myers, Fla.

Location .................... Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment .................................. 3,436 Founded ...................................... 1934 Nickname ............................... Dolphins Colors ....................... Green and White President ........... Dr. Kerry Romesburg Athletic Director ............Alan Verlander Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field .....John Sessions Stadium Capacity ...................................... 3,000 Press Box Phone .........(904) 256-7588 Head Coach ................ Terry Alexander Overall Record ........658-528-2 (20 yrs) Record at School ........................ same Assistant Coaches ............Tim Montez, .....................................Tommy Murphy 2010 Record ............................... 27-29 2010 Conf. Record/Finish......... 14-12 (5th) Starters Returning/Lost ................... 7/4 Baseball SID ......................... Josh Ellis Office Phone ................(904) 256-7402 Cell Phone ...................(904) 631-9616 Email ..............................jellis1@ju.edu Ath. Website ........www.judolphins.com

Location .................... Jacksonville, Fla. Enrollment .................................16,621 Founded .......................................1965 Nickname ................................ Ospreys Colors .................. Navy Blue and Gray President ........................John Delaney Athletic Director ....................Lee Moon Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ................Harmon Stadium Capacity .......................................1,000 Press Box Phone ......... (904) 620-1557 Head Coach ..................... Smoke Laval Overall Record ....... 451-268-1 (12 years) Record at School ................0-0 (1st year) Assistant Coaches ......... Tim Parenton, .......... Judd Loveland, chris Youngberg 2010 Record ............................... 30-28 2010 Conf. Record/Finish .... 14-12 (4th) Starters Returning/Lost ....................6/6 Baseball SID .............. Chris Whitehead Office Phone ................ (904) 620-4029 Cell Phone ................... (904) 229-6624 Email ............ chris.whitehead@unf.edu Athletic Website .... www.unfospreys.com

Location ...................... Fort Myers, Fla. Enrollment .................................12,000 Founded .......................................1997 Nickname ...................................Eagles Colors ....Cobalt Blue and Emerald Green President ............ Dr. Wilson Bradshaw Athletic Director .......... Ken Kavanaugh Conference ....................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ..............Swanson Stadium Capacity .......................................1,500 Press Box Phone .............................n/a Head Coach ....................... Dave Tollett Overall Record ...... 304-137-2 (8 years) Record at School ......................... same Assistant Coaches ......... Rusty McKee, .................... Forrest Martin, Paul Fibbe 2010 Record ............................... 38-20 2010 Conf. Record/Finish.......... 25-5 (1st) Starters Returning/Lost ....................9/3 Baseball SID ..................... Caleb Baker Office Phone ................ (239) 590-7061 Cell Phone .......................................n/a Email ........................ cbaker@fgcu.edu Ath. Website ....... www.fgcuathletics.com

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NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2011 2011 Opponents Opponents Travel Itinerary

Lipscomb

Belmont

May 13-15 Nashville, Tenn.

May 19-21 DeLand, Fla.

Location ......................Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment ................................... 3,742 Founded .......................................1891 Nickname .................................. Bisons Colors ......................... Purple and Gold President ..........Dr. L. Randolph Howry Athletic Director ......... Philip Hutcheson Conference .......................Atlantic Sun Home Field ....................... Dugan Field Capacity ......................................1,200 Press Box Phone ........ (615) 479-6133 Head Coach ...................Jeff Forehand Overall Record ....... 315-270-1 (10 yrs) Record at School ........ 104-128 (4 yrs) Assistant Coaches ..........Chris Collins, ......................................... Tyler Shrout 2010 Record ...............................19-36 2010 Conf. Record/Finish ........9-17 (9th) Starters Returning/Lost ................... 7/5 Baseball SID ................. Trevor Garrett Office Phone ............... (615) 966-5990 Cell Phone .................. (615) 479-6133 Email .......trevor.garrett@lipscomb.edu Ath. Website ......www.lipscombsports.com

Location ..................... Nashville, Tenn. Enrollment ................................. 5,936 Founded ..................................... 1951 Nickname .................................. Bruins Colors ................Navy, Red and White President ............ Dr. Robert C. Fisher Athletic Director .......... Mike Strickland Conference ...................... Atlantic Sun Home Field ................... ES Rose Park Capacity .........................................N/A Press Box Phone ...........................N/A Head Coach ......................Dave Jarvis Overall Record ......681-493-1 (22 years) Record at School ....... 357-341-1 (13 yrs) Assistant Coaches .......... Matt Barnett, ....................... Scott Hall, Aaron Smith 2010 Record .............................. 27-27 2010 Conf. Record/Finish .... 13-13 (7th) Starters Returning/Lost .................. 6/2 Baseball SID ................... Dan Forcella Office Phone ............. (615) 460 - 8023 Cell Phone .....................................N/A Email ............dan.forcella@belmont.edu Ath. Website .....www.belmontbruins.com

2011 A-Sun Preseason Coaches Poll Place T1. T1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Team (1st Place Votes) FGCU (5) Mercer (4) ETSU (1) Jacksonville (1) Stetson Belmont UNF Kennesaw State Lipscomb Campbell USC Upstate

A-Sun Tournament Champion Preseason Player of the Year Preseason Pitcher of the Year

Player Richie Erath Matt McCall Matt Tomshaw Jon Ivie Derek Trent Paul Hoilman Mikel Alvarez Jacob Tanis Stephen Wickens Dylan Craig Dan Gulbransen Adam Brett Walker Nate Woods

Bethune-Cookman (Daytona Beach, Fla.) Depart: Wed, March 9 Return: Wed, March 9 (After Game) Campbell (Buies Creek, N.C.) Depart: Thu, March 10 Return: Sun, March 13 Hotel: Hampton Inn Dunn, NC Florida State (Tallahassee, Fla.) Depart: Wed, March 23 Return: Wed, March 23 (After Game) UCF (Orlando, Fla.) Depart: Tues, March 29 Return: Tues, March 29 (After Game)

USF (Tampa, Fla) Depart: Tues, April 9 Return: Tues, April 9 (After Game) Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Fla) Depart: Fri, April 22 Return: Sun, April 24 Hotel: Hampton Inn Point Meadows Dr. Jacksonville

Mercer (five votes) Paul Hoilman – ETSU Richie Erath – FGCU

Team FGCU Mercer Jacksonville Belmont ETSU ETSU FGCU Mercer FGCU Belmont Jacksonville Jacksonville Belmont

Bethune-Cookman (Daytona Beach, Fla.) Depart: Wed, Feb 23 Return: Wed, Feb 23 (After Game)

USC Upstate (Spartanburg, S.C.) Depart: Thu, March 31 Return: Sun, April 3 Hotel: Courtyard Spartanburg Spartanburg, S.C.

Points 112 112 98 91 73 61 56 46 39 25 14

FGCU (Fort Myers, Fla.) Depart: Thu, May 5 Return: Sun, May 8 Hotel: Courtyard Marriott Gulf Center Dr., Fort Myers

2011 Preseason All-Atlantic Sun Team Pos *SP SP SP RP C *1B 2B *3B SS OF OF OF *DH

Nashville, Tennessee

Cl Sr. So. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Jr. So. So Sr.

Lipscomb (Nashville, Tenn.) Depart: Thu, May 12 Return: Sun, May 15 Hotel: Hyatt Place Brentwood, Tenn A-Sun Tournament (Nashville, Tenn.) Depart: Mon, May 23 Return: TBA Hotel: TBA

* Unanimous Selection

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2010 2010 Statistics Statistics Record: 27-31 Home: 22-15 Away: 5-14 Neutral: 0-2 A-Sun: 14-13 No. Player 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 8 THEISEN, Spencer 7 EMORY, Sean 4 JONES, Mark 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 27 SCHLUTER, Kurt 2 CREWS, Robert 9 RICKLES, Nick 39 CRITTENDEN, Aaron 17 RASMUSSEN, James 5 deGROM, Jacob -------------------18 CARLTON, Brad 45 ERICKSON, Tyler 34 COX, Nathan 35 MIERZWINSKI, Kevin 10 MASKOLUNAS, Ethan 14 MAULBETSCH, Kyle 16 POWELL, Robbie

AVG GP-GS AB .398 53-53 181 .373 58-58 233 .359 55-49 192 .352 43-41 159 .335 58-57 239 .301 51-45 166 .283 51-51 187 .280 58-57 225 .279 55-55 215 .272 42-21 81 .263 32-27 95

R 42 51 33 33 48 36 46 29 27 11 13

H 72 87 69 56 80 50 53 63 60 22 25

.333 .250 .200 .172 .100 .000 .000

17-4 11-0 14-0 23-4 9-1 4-2 1-0

2 3 3 3 0 2 0

8 1 1 5 1 0 0

Totals Opponents

.318 .325

58 58

24 4 5 29 10 6 1

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% 9 2 0 28 85 .470 34 8 26 0 .504 13 3 3 43 115 .494 22 7 20 0 .436 6 1 3 32 86 .448 26 4 19 0 .444 10 6 4 38 90 .566 34 1 34 1 .464 20 0 11 50 133 .556 10 2 42 0 .364 15 0 5 30 80 .482 18 9 44 0 .397 11 1 9 29 93 .497 18 6 44 1 .363 18 0 3 36 90 .400 14 1 23 1 .318 8 0 7 49 89 .414 21 7 40 0 .359 3 0 0 10 25 .309 7 2 25 0 .344 5 0 1 9 33 .347 10 0 20 0 .333 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 1 0 0 0

8 1 1 6 1 0 0

.333 .250 .200 .207 .100 .000 .000

1 1 0 1 0 1 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0

7 2 1 6 2 1 1

2052 382 653 119 13 46 356 936 .456 218 48 357 2098 425 682 130 13 60 391 1018 .485 160 50 387

SF SH SB-A 3 2 18-23 4 2 24-32 1 5 8-12 2 2 12-14 2 0 1-2 1 5 1-2 1 4 7-7 5 2 1-1 2 0 0-1 0 1 1-1 0 3 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 1 0

0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

PO 115 166 82 27 122 262 94 369 72 62 64

A 6 2 20 78 137 43 113 42 6 1 46

39 2 2 5 1 10 2

1 0 4 0 0 8 8

E FLD% 3 .976 2 .988 5 .953 11 .905 16 .942 8 .974 11 .950 2 .995 0 1.000 1 .984 0 1.000

0 0 0 0 1 0 0

.360 .400 .200 .226 .100 .143 .000

3 0 1 4 0 1 0

.930 1.000 .857 .556 1.000 .947 1.000

4 4

.393 21 27 74-98 1512 545 73 .382 27 40 59-79 1491 628 78

.966 .964

LOB - Team (494), Opp (439). DPs turned - Team (44), Opp (56). CI - Team (1), CARLTON 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), JONES 1, CREWS 1, SCHLUTER 1, Opp (5). Picked off - SIMPSON 3, JONES 2, THEISEN 2, CREWS 1, LASHLEY 1, EMORY 1. No. Player 5 deGROM, Jacob 13 CAUGHEL, Lindsey 47 BURNS, David 14 MAULBETSCH, Kyle 27 SCHLUTER, Kurt -------------------16 POWELL, Robbie 29 DORSEY, Will 37 BOYD, Jake 42 BOHNE, Nick 30 THOMPSON, Ian 24 DECHERT, Justin 50 DONAHUE, Tucker 44 DYE, Joe

ERA W-L 4.48 4-5 6.17 5-7 6.61 4-2 6.79 4-6 8.12 3-3

Totals Opponents

5.85 27-30 6.48 30-27

4.89 6.58 7.03 7.18 9.82 10.03 16.50 16.62

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

APP 17 15 28 14 16

GS CG SHO SV 12 0 0/0 2 14 1 0/0 0 6 0 0/0 1 13 0 0/0 0 5 0 0/1 0

29 14 15 17 21 10 14 7

0 6 1 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0/0 0/0 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/0

57 57

57 57

1 3

1/1 1/0

5 0 0 0 1 1 0 0

IP H 82.1 103 86.0 111 64.0 88 55.2 71 44.1 61

R 46 63 50 49 44

ER BB 41 16 59 8 47 19 42 23 40 17

SO 56 73 49 30 45

2B 17 25 18 11 13

3B 3 1 1 1 0

42.1 39.2 24.1 26.1 11.0 11.2 12.0 4.1

31 31 22 26 12 16 25 10

23 29 19 21 12 13 22 8

34 21 17 21 12 11 16 2

7 12 9 5 2 2 6 3

2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0

5 5 3 2 1 1 0 4

.299 .364 .280 .339 .364 .360 .389 .423

4 1 6 5 2 3 0 1

1 0 5 3 1 4 3 2

0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0

2 2 1 0 0 4 1 0

4 4 1 4 0 0 1 0

102 95

12 8

56 60

.305 .314

38 53

50 48

10 9

26 22

40 22

53 63 28 38 16 18 21 11

10 10 11 12 9 7 17 1

9 508.0 634 411 330 223 383 14 503.0 664 441 362 250 372

HR B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 5 .309 6 7 0 4 5 16 .314 6 4 2 2 5 6 . 332 1 3 1 4 5 8 .317 6 6 2 3 9 4 .326 2 11 0 4 2

PB - Team (11), RICKLES 9, CARLTON 1, MIERZWINSKI 1, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (13), RICKLES 7, SCHLUTER 2, MAULBETSCH 2, deGROM 1, BOYD 1, Opp (10). SBA/ATT - RICKLES (46-65), CARLTON (13-13), CAUGHEL (9-12), SCHLUTER (8-10), BURNS (8-10), deGROM (5-9), DORSEY (7-8), POWELL (5-6), DECHERT (5-5), DONAHUE (3-5), BOHNE (2-5), THOMPSON (3-4), MAULBETSCH (3-4), DYE (1-1).

Record Breakdown Overall .........................................27-31 Home .................................22-15 Away / Neutral .............5-14 / 0-2 A-Sun Conference .......................14-13 Home .....................................9-6 Away ......................................5-7 Non-Conference ..........................13-18 Home ...................................13-9 Away / Neutral ...............0-7 / 0-2 Day ...........................................14-16 Night ...........................................13-15 1 Run games ...................................8-5 2 Run games ...................................3-8 5+ Run games .............................12-12 Extra Inning games..........................2-1

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vs. righties ...................................19-20 vs. lefties........................................ 8-11 Extra innings ....................................2-1 Shutouts ..........................................1-1 Hatters Score First ........................16-9 Opponents Score First ................ 11-22 Hatters Score 6 or more ..............22-12 Hatters Score 5 or less ..................5-19 When Leading After Six .................25-2 When Trailing After Six ..................2-27 When Tied After Six .........................0-2 Longest winning streak ....................... 5 Longest losing streak.......................... 7

Miscellaneous Stats Multiple Hit Gm 2 8 THEISEN, S. 18 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 21 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 16 7 EMORY, Sean 13 9 RICKLES, Nick 16 39 CRITTENDEN, A 14 4 JONES, Mark 10 27 SCHLUTER, K 11 2 CREWS, Robert 9 17 RASMUSSEN, J 5 5 deGROM, Jacob 4 35 MIERZWINSKI, K 1 18 CARLTON, Brad 1 Team Total

3 9 3 7 6 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 -

4 1 2 3 1 3 1 2 -

5+ 1 -

139 37 13

1

Multiple RBI Gm 2 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 13 39 CRITTENDEN, A 7 7 EMORY, Sean 11 8 THEISEN, S 6 4 JONES, Mark 8 9 RICKLES, Nick 6 27 SCHLUTER, Kurt 6 2 CREWS, Robert 2 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 4 17 RASMUSSEN, J 1 5 deGROM, Jacob 1 Team Total

3 3 3 5 1 3 1 3 1 1 -

4 2 2 1 -

5+ 1 1 -

65 21

5

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2010 2010 Results Results 2010 Stetson University Baseball Final Results

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Feb 20, 2010 Feb 21, 2010 Feb 23, 2010 Feb 23, 2010 Feb 26, 2010 Feb 27, 2010 Feb 28, 2010 Mar 02, 2010 Mar 05, 2010 Mar 06, 2010 Mar 07, 2010 Mar 09, 2010 Mar 10, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 13, 2010 Mar 14, 2010 Mar 16, 2010 Mar 17, 2010 Mar 19, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 20, 2010 Mar 24, 2010 Mar 25, 2010 Mar 26, 2010 Mar 27, 2010 Mar 28, 2010 Mar 30, 2010 Apr 01, 2010 Apr 02, 2010 Apr 02, 2010 Apr 07, 2010 Apr 09, 2010 Apr 10, 2010 Apr 10, 2010 Apr 13, 2010 Apr 16, 2010 Apr 17, 2010 Apr 17, 2010 Apr 20, 2010 Apr 23, 2010 Apr 24, 2010 Apr 25, 2010 Apr 27, 2010 Apr 30, 2010 May 01, 2010 May 01, 2010 May 07, 2010 May 08, 2010 May 08, 2010 May 12, 2010 May 15, 2010 May 15, 2010 May 16, 2010 May 20, 2010 May 21, 2010 May 21, 2010 May 26, 2010 May 27, 2010

SIENA SIENA SIENA-1 SIENA-2 at Georgia at Georgia at Georgia at Bethune-Cookman KANSAS STATE HARVARD NOTRE DAME JAMES MADISON CENTRAL MICHIGAN OLD DOMINION-1 OLD DOMINION-2 OLD DOMINION at Bethune-Cookman UCF FLORIDA GULF COAST FLORIDA GULF COAST-1 FLORIDA GULF COAST-2 at #6 Florida State NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN NORTHWESTERN USF CAMPBELL CAMPBELL-1 CAMPBELL-2 BETHUNE-COOKMAN at Mercer at Mercer-1 at Mercer-2 at UCF at Belmont at Belmont-1 at Belmont-2 USF LIPSCOMB LIPSCOMB LIPSCOMB BETHUNE-COOKMAN at ETSU at ETSU-1 at ETSU-2 USC UPSTATE USC UPSTATE-1 USC UPSTATE-2 #5 FLORIDA STATE at UNF-1 at UNF-2 at UNF JACKSONVILLE JACKSONVILLE-1 JACKSONVILLE-2 vs #28 Florida Gulf Coast vs Jacksonville

Result Score Inns Overall L W W W L L L L L L L W W W W W L L L L W L W W L W W W W W L W W W L W L L L W W W W L L L L W L L L L W L L W L L

4-8 8-7 13-10 10-3 2-12 8-9 5-7 10-11 6-14 5-6 2-4 3-2 1-0 6-4 10-3 9-2 9-11 7-11 2-4 4-8 10-8 7-14 5-4 10-5 7-9 11-5 6-5 7-2 4-3 11-7 3-14 6-5 13-4 15-12 6-10 6-3 3-13 4-14 3-9 6-1 4-3 14-5 16-9 7-12 7-10 4-22 2-4 19-7 7-8 2-6 0-17 1-6 10-3 1-3 7-9 8-6 4-9 2-3

9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (10) 9 (10) 9 9 7 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 7 9 9 7 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9

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

A-Sun

Pitcher of Record

Att.

Time

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

DECHERT (L 0-1) BURNS (W 1-0) DORSEY (W 1-0) MAULBETSCH (W 1-0) CAUGHEL (L 0-1) DECHERT (L 0-2) MAULBETSCH (L 1-1) SCHLUTER (L 0-1) CAUGHEL (L 0-2) DECHERT (L 0-3) MAULBETSCH (L 1-2) DORSEY (W 2-0) SCHLUTER (W 1-1) BURNS (W 2-0) CAUGHEL (W 1-2) MAULBETSCH (W 2-2) SCHLUTER (L 1-2) BURNS (L 2-1) deGROM (L 0-1) BURNS (L 2-1) POWELL (W 1-0) THOMPSON (L 0-1) CAUGHEL (W 2-2) deGROM (W 1-1) MAULBETSCH (L 2-3) BURNS (W 3-2) BOYD (W 1-0) deGROM (W 2-1) THOMPSON (W 1-1) MAULBETSCH (W 3-3) DORSEY (L 2-1) POWELL (W 2-0) CAUGHEL (W 3-2) SCHLUTER (W 2-2) DORSEY (L 2-2) deGROM (W 3-1) CAUGHEL (L 3-3) MAULBETSCH (L 3-4) SCHLUTER (L 2-3) deGROM (W 4-1) CAUGHEL (W 4-3) MAULBETSCH (W 4-4) DORSEY (W 3-2) deGROM (L 4-2) CAUGHEL (L 4-4) MAULBETSCH (L 4-5) deGROM (L 4-3) CAUGHEL (W 5-4) DORSEY (L 3-3) MAULBETSCH (L 4-6) deGROM (L 4-4) CAUGHEL (L 5-5) BURNS (W 4-2) POWELL (L 2-1) CAUGHEL (L 5-6) SCHLUTER (W 3-3) deGROM (L 4-6) CAUGHEL (L 5-7)

1867 1495 898 898 2061 3148 2198 225 729 589 1439 917 887 789 695 710 130 798 1122 721 695 4366 691 798 728 714 698 719 692 547 912 239 203 213 1162 111 141 141 791 1080 797 769 719 1100 240 240 719 689 689 2352 415 415 422 598 575 585 247 233

3:55 3:10 3:27 3:08 2:40 3:15 3:05 3:35 3:50 3:12 3:05 2:40 2:25 2:20 2:30 2:40 3:10 3:50 3:05 2:55 3:05 3:30 3:10 2:50 3:00 2:40 2:50 3:00 3:05 3:15 3:25 3:38 2:49 3:10 3:25 2:42 2:23 2:33 3:10 2:55 2:40 3:20 3:45 3:11 2:55 3:27 2:55 2:55 325 3:05 2:20 2:20 3:00 3:30 3:00 2:45 3:08 2:23

* A-Sun Conference Game ! Bright House Invitational, DeLand, Fla. ^ A-Sun Tournament, Nashville, Tenn.

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

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‘89

‘90

‘00

‘05

‘06

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2010 2010 In In Review Review Post-Season Honor Honors s and a Trip to the Major Leagues

2010 Honor Roll

When all was said and done in 2010 two Hatters were honored with All-Conference selections, one was named Freshman All-America and one was drafted into major league baseball. Junior outfielder Sean Emory (Miami, Fla.) was voted First Team AllAtlantic Sun Conference and Ryan Lashley (Lake Worth, Fla.) was named to the A-Sun’s All-Freshman Team. In addition Lashley was named by Collegiate Baseball as a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and earned All-Ping! Freshman Team honors. To top it off senior Jacob deGrom (DeLeon Springs, Fla.) was selected in the 9th round of the Major League Baseball Draft by the New York Mets.

Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America Ryan Lashley, SS

Emory finished the season hitting .359 with six doubles, one triple, three home runs and 32 RBI. He had the second highest batting average in A-Sun games at .452. Emory played in 55 games, had 22 multiple-hit games, 11 multiple-RBI games, and a season-high hitting streak of 10 games. Emory stepped into the leadoff role on March 28 for the injured Jeff Simpson (Valrico, Fla.), and then surged at the plate. In the first 22 games he hit just .179. After that time he shot up to 3rd on the team in batting average. Defensively, in addition to playing right field he spent time at second base, as well as third base.

Atlantic Sun Pitcher of the Week Kurt Schluter .....................March 15

Lashley played in all 58 games with 57 starts as a freshman. He was consistent at plate all season hitting .350 in A-Sun games and .335 overall. He led team in home runs with 11, doubles with 20 and RBI with 50. He also led the Hatters in multiple RBI games with 17 and was second on team in slugging percentage at .556. The impressive newcomer had 22 multiple hit games and has been involved in 34 of 44 team double plays while playing shortstop, third base and first base. deGrom started the season as the Hatters’ starting shortstop, as well as closer. He earned a pair of saves early on before the decision was made to move him into the rotation as the team’s Friday starter. He ended up finishing 1st on the team in ERA at 4.48 and 3rd in games started with 12. He tossed 82.1 innings most often facing the league’s top hurlers. Over the course of the season he struck out 56 batters while walking just 16. Although he was focused on the mound he still entered games in the late innings as a defensive replacement at shortstop and also spent some time as the DH. Defensively he did not commit a single error in 110 chances. Offensively he batted .263 with five doubles, one home run and nine RBI. His lone home run, the first of his collegiate career came in the A-Sun Tournament off FGCU’s Chris Sale.

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All-Ping! Freshman Team Ryan Lashley, SS Atlantic Sun All-Conference Sean Emory, Jr, OF ........... 1st Team Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team Ryan Lashley, SS

CBF/Diamond Sports National All-Star Lineup Kurt Schluter .....................March 14 Academic All-Conference Jake Boyd EJ Leonard David Burns Ethan Maskolunas Nathan Cox Kevin Mierzwinski Justin Dechert Justin Pickens Tucker Donahue Robbie Powell Will Dorsey James Rasmussen Joe Dye Miles Rubinski Sean Emory Kurt Schluter Mark Jones Jeff Simpson Ryan Lashley

Drafted by Major Leagues Jacob deGrom, Sr ........Mets , 9th rd

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


2010 2010 In In Review Review 2010 Atlantic Sun Conference Standings Team FGCU* Mercer^ ETSU UNF Jacksonville Stetson Belmont KSU Lipscomb Campbell USC Upstate

A-Sun 25-5 16-11 15-12 14-12 14-12 14-13 13-13 12-15 9-17 8-19 8-19

Pct. .833 .593 .556 .538 .538 .519 .500 .444 .346 .296 .296

Overall 38-20 38-24 32-28 30-28 27-29 27-31 27-27 23-32 19-36 28-27 19-37

Pct. .655 .613 .533 .517 .482 .466 .500 .418 .345 .509 .339

* Regular Season Champion ^ Tournament Champion

2010 Atlantic Sun All-Conference Teams Pos. SP SP SP RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH

First Team Name Chris Sale Josh Smith Pete Woodworth Jon Ivie Derek Trent Paul Hoilman Mikel Alvarez Jacob Tanis Stephen Wickens Preston Hale Sean Emory Gulbransen Nate Woods

School FGCU Lipscomb FGCU Belmont ETSU ETSU FGCU Mercer FGCU UNF Stetson Jacksonville Belmont

Pos. SP SP SP RP C 1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF DH

Second Team Name School Matt Branham USC Upstate Matt Tomshaw Jacksonville Richie Erath FGCU Chris Kaminski Jacksonville Ronnie Freeman Kennesaw State Zach Maxfield FGCU Michael Langley Mercer Bo Reeder ETSU Jamaal Hawkins Jacksonville Chris Bangi Campbell Dylan Craig Belmont Justin Perckajlo UNF Adam Brett Walker Jacksonville

Player of the Year: Paul Hoilman, ETSU

Atlantic Sun Players of the Week

1.

#1 FGCU

9

2.

#2 Mercer

10

#6 Stetson

4

#5 JU

1

3.

#3 ETSU

4.

#5 JU

7

#4 UNF

5

3

#6 Stetson

2

5.

#4 UNF

13

#1 FGCU

2

6.

#2 Mercer

10

#3 ETSU

7

7.

#3 ETSU

12

#1 FGCU

10

8.

#5 JU

9.

#2 Mercer

3

#3 ETSU

1

Final #2 Mercer

7

#5 JU

3

#4 UNF

Freshman of the Year: Dan Gulbransen, Jacksonville

Pitcher of the Year: Chris Sale, FGCU

A-Sun Championship Results Lipscomb University Nashville, Tennessee

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All-Freshmen Team Name School SP Chase Brookshire Belmont SP Matt McCall Mercer RP David Teasley Mercer C Ronnie Freeman Kennesaw State IF Evan Boyd Mercer IF Kerry Doane ETSU IF Brody Greer USC Upstate IF Peyton Hart Kennesaw State IF Ryan Lashley Stetson OF Andrew Green ETSU OF Dan Gulbransen Jacksonville OF Lee Wilson Lipscomb DH Adam Brett Walker Jacksonville

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Date 2/22 3/1 3/8 3/15 3/22 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/19 4/26 5/3 5/10 5/17 5/24

Player Austin Gaines Alex Martinez Preston Hale Tim Roberson Michael Smith Jacob Tanis Ronnie Freeman Jacob Tanis Nate Woods Paul Hoilman Bo Reeder Tim Roberson Andrew Karmeris Tyler McCarty

ATLANTIC SUN CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS

‘88

School FGCU JU UNF FGCU UNF Mercer KSU Mercer Belmont ETSU ETSU FGCU UNF Mercer

‘89

‘90

Atlantic Sun Pitchers of the Week Date 2/22 3/1 3/8 3/15 3/22 3/29 4/5 4/12 4/19 4/26 5/3 5/10 5/17 5/24

‘00

Pitcher School Scott McNally ETSU Chris Kaminski JU Clay Kollenbaum JU Kurt Schluter Stetson Matt Hamann Belmont Matt Branham USC Upstate Chris Sale FGCU John Atteo UNF Ryan Rodebaugh KSU Chris Sale FGCU Chris Sale FGCU Chris Sale FGCU Michael Kelly UNF Matt Branham USC Upstate

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‘06

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Stetson Stetson Record Record Book Book Career Pitching

Career Batting Highest Batting Avg.* Justin Bass (2007-08) ............... .383 Chris Johnson (2005-06) ........... .379 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ........ .374 Brian Snyder (2001-03) ............. .373 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) .......... .366 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ........ .360 Frank Corr (1998-01) ................. .359 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) ............. .359 Chris Westervelt (2001-04)........ .350 Ned French (1996-99) ............... .349 Jeff Christy (1999-01) ................ .347 Wes Weger (1989-92) ............... .347 Highest Slugging Pct.* Frank Corr (1998-01) ................. .647 Brian Snyder (2001-03) ............. .645 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ........ .611 Justin Bass (2007-08) ............... .602 Vinnie Rinaldi (1999-01) ............ .598 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) ............. .589 Chris Westervelt (2001-04)........ .587 Chris Johnson (2005-06) ........... .577 Kirk Eicholtz (1978-81) .............. .567 Chris Dunham (1985-87) ........... .566 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) .......... .559 Andy Wilson (2000-03) .............. .559 Highest On Base Pct.* Jon Pequignot (1981-84) ........... .512 Brian Snyder (2001-03) ............. .481 David Miller (1978-81) ............... .480 Mark Zaleski (1979-82) ............. .464 Chris Dunham (1985-87) ........... .462 Geoff McCallum (1999-00) ........ .458 Justin Bass (2007-08) ............... .456 Chris Johnson (2005-06) ........... .453 Andy Moffatt (1981-82) .............. .450 Jeff Christy (1999-01) ................ .448 Games Played Rusty Beale (2000-03) ............... 246 Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 243 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 239 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 235 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) ............ 232 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................. 232 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) .......... 232 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 230 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 226 Ned French (1996-99) ................ 226 * - minimum 300 AB

Frank Corr is Stetson’s all-time leader in doubles, home runs, total bases and RBI.

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At Bats Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 995 Ned French (1996-99) ................ 974 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 893 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 868 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 845 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 835 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) .......... 811 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................. 800 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) ............ 783 Aaron Crittenden (2007-10) ........ 777

Runs Batted In Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 258 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 202 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 188 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) .............. 188 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) .......... 183 Jon Pequignot (1981-84) ............ 180 Aaron Crittenden (2001-10) ........ 175 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ............... 174 David Miller (1978-81) ................ 167 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ......... 162 Brian Snyder (2001-030 ............. 158

Lowest ERA (minimum 200 IP) John Colvard (1972-73) ............. 2.18 Jesse Wright (1973-76) ............. 2.51 Ted Loehr (1971-74) .................. 2.55 Jimmy Orr (1969-72) ................. 2.71 Jeff Brueggemann (1974-77)..... 2.75 Tom Hickox (1988-91) ............... 3.01 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) .......... 3.04 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ............. 3.26 Jim Waring (1989-91) ................ 3.46 Steve Woide (1984-87).............. 3.52

Runs Scored Ned French (1996-99) ................ 239 Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 235 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 222 Jon Pequignot (1981-84) ............ 212 Brian Snyder (2001-03) .............. 188 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ......... 188 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 180 Jeff Pequignot (1980-83) ............ 180 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) ............ 180 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................. 175

Total Bases Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 562 Ned French (1996-99) ................ 486 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 467 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) .............. 446 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ......... 431 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) .......... 430 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 419 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 411 Brian Snyder (2001-03) .............. 408 Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 405

Hits Ned French (1996-99) ................ 340 Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 337 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 312 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 306 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 293 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 292 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) .......... 276 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) .............. 272 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ......... 264 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................. 255

Walks Jon Pequignot (1981-84) ............ 276 David Miller (1978-81) ................ 212 Mark Zaleski (1979-82) .............. 137 Dan Williams (1976-79) .............. 136 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) ............ 132 Brian Snyder (2001-03) .............. 127 Ed Cooney (1987-90) ................. 126 Jeff Pequignot (1980-83) ............ 123 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 120 Shane Jordan (2004-07) ............ 119

Wins Chuck Beale (1993-96) ................ 36 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ............. 35 George Tsamis (1986-89) ............. 31 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............... 30 Steve Woide (1984-87)................. 27 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ..................... 26 Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ............. 24 Roger Lincoln (2000-03) ............... 24 Tom Hickox (1988-91) .................. 23 Javier Gomez (1992-95) ............... 23 James Hufstetler (1992-95) .......... 23

Doubles Frank Corr (1998-01) .................... 79 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ............. 71 Ned French (1996-99) .................. 62 Brian Snyder (2001-03) ................ 56 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) ................ 56 Jeff Christy (1999-01) ................... 54 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) ............ 54 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ................. 52 Wes Weger (1989-92) .................. 50 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................... 50 Triples Ned French (1996-99) .................. 18 Keith Cali (1977-78) ..................... 18 Wes Weger (1989-92) .................. 16 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) .............. 15 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ........... 15 Dennis Carpenter (1985-86) ......... 15 Chris Hannum (1991-94) .............. 14 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ........... 13 Jeff Pequignot (1980-83) .............. 11 4 tied at ........................................ 10 Home Runs Frank Corr (1998-01) .................... 53 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ................. 36 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) ................ 36 Chris Westervelt (2001-04)........... 35 Vinnie Rinaldi (1999-01) ............... 35 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ........... 33 Brian Snyder (2001-03) ................ 32 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ............. 30 Dan Williams (1976-79) ................ 30 Mike Sempeles (1988-91) ............ 30

Strike Outs Rusty Beale (2000-03) ............... 164 Tom Riginos (1987-90) ............... 160 Aaron Crittenden (2007-10) ........ 157 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) .............. 150 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) ............ 145 Jason Shipley (1997-00) ............ 140 Ned French (1996-99) ................ 133 Josh Laws (1999-02) .................. 133 Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ........... 128 David Miller (1978-81) ................ 128 Brooks Stephens (1996-98,00) .. 125 Lee Bagley (1999-02) ................. 125 Hit By Pitch Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) .............. 45 Tim Branz (1995-98) ..................... 33 Shane Jordan (2004-07) .............. 32 Brooks Stephens (1996-98,00) .... 27 Emmett Berberich (1995,97-98) ... 25 Aaron Crittenden (2007-10) .......... 23 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................... 22 Casey Frawley (2007-09) ............. 22 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ........... 19 Geoff McCallum (1999-00) ........... 18 Ned French (1996-99) .................. 18 Stolen Bases Mike Wolfe (1974-75) ................. 109 Ned French (1996-99) ................ 100 Louie Stawarz (1979-80) .............. 90 Jeff Pequignot (1980-83) .............. 83 Shane Jordan (2004-07) .............. 83 Kurt Langsenkamp (1975-78) ....... 76 Aaron Iatarola (1990-93) .............. 72 Rick Malizia (1984-85) .................. 71 Bob Hulsman (1983-84) ............... 67 Tom Riginos (1987-90) ................. 61

Chuck Beale won a school-record 36 games for the Hatters from 1993-96. Losses Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ............. 24 George Tsamis (1986-89) ............. 22 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ................ 20 Ken Connell (1987-90) ................. 20 Jeff House (1996-99) .................... 19 Steve Woide (1984-87)................. 18 Matt Brown (1994-97) ................... 15 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............... 15 Craig Risdon (1988-91) ................ 13 Jesse Wright (1974-76) ................ 13 Saves Tom Hickox (1988-91) .................. 48 Robbie Elsemiller (2005-08) ......... 37 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ................. 24 Kevin Wasilewski (1983-86) ......... 15 Mike Lyons (1996) ........................ 15 Roger Lincoln (2000-03) ............... 14 Chris Shields (1992-94) ................ 12 Jim Hakes (1976-78) .................... 11 Tom Taylor (1989,91-92)............... 10 Charles Aulet (1998-00) ................. 7 Jeff Brueggemann (1974-77).......... 7

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Stetson Stetson Record Record Book Book Career Pitching & Fielding

Single-Season Batting

Games Started Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ............. 61 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............... 61 Steve Woide (1984-87)................. 55 George Tsamis (1986-89) ............. 55 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ................ 54 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ............. 49 Matt Brown (1994-97) ................... 45 Eric Knott (1996-97) ..................... 39 Javier Gomez (1992-95) ............... 39 Jeff House (1996-99) .................... 38

Walks Allowed Jim Fry (1979-82) ....................... 160 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........... 158 Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ........... 147 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ................... 138 Ken Connell (1987-90) ............... 131 Jeff House (1996-99) .................. 126 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............. 121 Mike N. Hamilton (1979-82) ....... 120 Craig Risdon (1988-91) .............. 119 Javier Gomez (1992-95) ............. 119

Highest Batting Avg.^ Sammy Serrano (1998) ............. .457 Frank Corr (2000) ...................... .431 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ............. .415 Justin Bass (2008) ..................... .404 Jeremy Cruz (2008) ................... .404 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................ .403 Chris Westervelt (2002) ............. .403 Jeremy Cruz (2009) ................... .399 Jeff Simpson (2010) .................. .398 Brian Snyder (2003) .................. .396

Runs Scored Frank Corr (2000) ......................... 87 Bob Hulsman (1984) .................... 84 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 76 Rick Malizia (1984) ....................... 74 Shane Jordan (2005) .................... 73 Sammy Serrano (1998) ................ 71 Brian Snyder (2002) ..................... 69 Ned French (1997) ....................... 67 Chris Westervelt (2002) ................ 67 4 tied at ........................................ 66

Complete Games George Tsamis (1986-89) ............. 25 Jimmy Orr (1969-72) .................... 24 Jesse Wright (1974-76) ................ 24 Steve Woide (1984-87)................. 21 John Colvard (1972-73) ................ 18 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ................ 17 Jeff House (1996-99) .................... 12 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ............. 12 Bill Swaggerty (1978-79) .............. 12 4 tied at ......................................... 11

Strike Outs Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ........... 361 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........... 350 Steve Woide (1984-87)............... 330 Chuck Beale (1993-96) .............. 291 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............. 286 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ................... 246 Roger Lincoln (2000-03) ............. 231 Javier Gomez (1992-95) ............. 225 Williard Brown (1992-93) ............ 222 Eric Knott (1996-97) ................... 219

^ - minimum 100 AB

Hits Sammy Serrano (1998) .............. 112 Frank Corr (2000) ....................... 110 Chris Johnson (2005) ................. 100 Justin Bass (2008) ........................ 97 Ned French (1997) ....................... 96 Chris Westervelt (2002) ................ 95 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 95 Shane Jordan (2005) .................... 94 Chris Johnson (2006) ................... 92 Bryan Zenchyk (2002) .................. 92

Innings Pitched Steve Woide (1984-87)............ 427.1 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ........... 417.0 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........ 391.1 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) .......... 380.1 Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ........ 341.1 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ........ 340.0 Jeff House (1996-99) ............... 294.1 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ................ 289.2 Matt Brown (1994-97) .............. 282.1 Javier Gomez (1992-95) .......... 267.0

Putouts Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ......... 1550 Pedro Rodriguez (1989-92) ...... 1277 Brooks Stephens (1996-98,00) ..... 1244 Jeff Kistler (1992-95) ................ 1202 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) .............1119 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ....... 1003 Jeff Smith (1993-95) ................... 840 Chris Westervelt (2001-04)......... 820 Chris Thomas (1990-92)............. 800 Don Boyer (1974-75) .................. 784 Frank Corr (1998-01) .................. 784

Hits Allowed Steve Woide (1984-87)............... 427 Chuck Beale (1993-96) .............. 419 Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ........... 404 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............. 400 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........... 394 Jeff House (1996-99) .................. 371 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ........... 322 Matt Brown (1994-97) ................. 316 Ken Connell (1987-90) ............... 298 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ................... 284

Assists Rusty Beale (2000-03) ............... 729 Wes Weger (1989-92) ................ 702 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ......... 568 Brandon Paritz (2003-06) ........... 537 Tim Branz (1995-98) ................... 490 Brian Bocock (2004-06) .............. 486 David Ferreira (1990,92-93) ....... 453 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ............ 423 Jason Shipley (1997-00) ............ 380 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ............... 380

Runs Allowed Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ........... 233 Jeff House (1996-99) .................. 225 Steve Woide (1984-87)............... 222 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........... 197 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............. 189 Chuck Beale (1993-96) .............. 184 Ken Connell (1987-90) ............... 181 Matt Brown (1994-97) ................. 178 Lenny DiNardo (1999-01) ........... 172 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ................... 171

Errors Rusty Beale (2000-03) ................. 83 Wes Weger (1989-92) .................. 77 Jason Shipley (1997-00) .............. 66 Kevin Nicholson (1995-97) ........... 61 Tim Branz (1995-98) ..................... 52 Brian Bocock (2004-06) ................ 51 Eddie Corbett (1986-89) ............... 48 Geoff McCallum (1999-00) ........... 46 Craig Corbett (1991-93) ............... 44 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) .............. 40

Earned Runs Allowed Jason Oglesby (1998-01) ........... 188 Jeff House (1996-99) .................. 168 Steve Woide (1984-87)............... 167 Chris Ingoglia (2004-07) ............. 161 George Tsamis (1986-89) ........... 153 Chuck Beale (1993-96) .............. 151 Ken Connell (1987-90) ............... 139 Jake Hitchcock (2006-09) ........... 138 Matt Brown (1994-97) ................. 134 Charles Aulet (1998-00) ............. 123

Chances Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) ......... 1695 Brooks Stephens (1996-98,00) ..... 1371 Pedro Rodriguez (1989-92) ...... 1361 Jeff Kistler (1992-95) ................ 1309 Jeremy Cruz (2006-09) ............ 1272 Sammy Serrano (1996-98) ....... 1186 Rusty Beale (2000-03) ............. 1181 Wes Weger (1989-92) ...............1114 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ............... 989 Jeff Smith (1993-95) ................... 942 Brandon Paritz (2003-06) ........... 931

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Sammy Serrano owns the school record for the most hits and highest batting average in a single-season. Highest Slugging Pct. Frank Corr (2000) ...................... .792 Sammy Serrano (1998) ............. .776 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ............. .773 Vinnie Rinaldi (2000) ................. .757 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................ .735 Frank Corr (2001) ...................... .734 Jeremy Cruz (2009) ................... .719 Jeremy Cruz (2008) ................... .704 Chris Westervelt (2002) ............. .703 Brian Snyder (2002) .................. .687 Jeff Christy (2001) ..................... .676 Highest On Base Pct. Jon Pequignot (1982) ................ .570 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................ .568 Mark Zaleski (1981) ................... .517 Brian Snyder (2002) .................. .508 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ............. .507 Frank Corr (2000) ...................... .507 Brian Snyder (2003) .................. .505 Jeff Simpson(2010) ................... .504 Sammy Serrano (1998) ............. .502 David Miller (1979) .................... .497 At Bats Ned French (1996) ..................... 280 Ned French (1997) ..................... 263 Jeff Christy (2000) ...................... 263 Shane Jordan (2006) .................. 260 Rick Malizia (1985) ..................... 258 Shane Jordan (2007) .................. 257 Frank Corr (2000) ....................... 255 Kevin Nicholson (1996) .............. 251 Brian Bocock (2006) ................... 250 Brandon Paritz (2006) ................ 250

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Doubles Frank Corr (2000) ......................... 34 Andy Moffatt (1982) ...................... 30 Bryan Zenchyk (2002) .................. 28 Justin Bass (2008) ........................ 27 Brooks Stephens (2000) ............... 24 Chris Johnson (2005) ................... 23 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 23 Brian Snyder (2003) ..................... 23 Jeff Christy (2000) ........................ 23 Sammy Serrano (1998) ................ 23 Triples Chris Hannum (1993) ................... 10 Dennis Carpenter (1986) .............. 10 Keith Cali (1977) ............................. 9 Keith Cali (1978) ............................. 9 Ned French (1998) ......................... 9 Jeff Christy (2000) .......................... 8 Kevin Nicholson (1996) .................. 8 Sammy Serrano (1998) .................. 8 Jay Nieporte (1985) ........................ 7 Ted Kendricks (1978) ..................... 7 Home runs Frank Corr (2000) ......................... 18 Frank Corr (2001) ......................... 18 Chris Westervelt (2002) ................ 18 Jeremy Cruz (2009) ...................... 18 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 17 Jeff Christy (2001) ........................ 16 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................... 16 Chris Dunham (1987) ................... 15 Rick Murray (1990) ....................... 15 Dan Williams (1979) ..................... 15 Jeremy Cruz (2008) ...................... 15 Runs Batted In Frank Corr (2000) ......................... 98 Jeremy Cruz (2009) ...................... 80 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 71 Kevin Nicholson (1996) ................ 71 Sammy Serrano (1998) ................ 68 Chris Johnson (2006) ................... 66 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................... 66 Aaron Crittenden (2009) ............. 66 Alex Lucco (1984) ........................ 65 Bryan Zenchyk (2002) .................. 63 Frank Corr (2001) ......................... 60 Rick Malizia (1985) ....................... 60

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Stetson Stetson Record Record Book Book Season Batting Total Bases Frank Corr (2000) ....................... 202 Sammy Serrano (1998) .............. 190 Kevin Nicholson (1997) .............. 177 Chris Westervelt (2002) .............. 166 Jeremy Cruz (2009) .................... 164 Justin Bass (2008) ...................... 159 Kevin Nicholson (1996) .............. 158 Jeremy Cruz (2008) .................... 157 Bryan Zenchyk (2002) ................ 153 Brian Snyder (2003) ................... 152 Jeff Christy (2001) ...................... 152 Walks Jon Pequignot (1982) ................... 83 Jon Pequignot (1984) ................... 77 David Miller (1981) ....................... 65 Jon Pequignot (1981) ................... 61 Orlando Leon (1985) .................... 57 Mark Zaleski (1981) ...................... 55 Jon Pequignot (1983) ................... 55 Joe Taylor (1991) .......................... 55 4 tied at ........................................ 54 Hit By Pitch Joey Wilson (2004) ....................... 17 Tim Branz (1996) .......................... 15 Braedyn Pruitt (2006) ................... 15 Braedyn Pruitt (2007) ................... 14 Josh Clendenin (2007) ................. 14 Brian Pruitt (2007) ........................ 13 Emmett Berberich (1997) ............. 12 John DeStefano (2003) ................ 11 Brooks Stephens (2000) ............... 11 Geoff McCallum (2000) ................ 11

Single-Season Pitching & Fielding Lowest Earned Run Avg. Jim Orr (1970) ........................... 1.54 John Colvard (1972) .................. 1.60 Pat McMahon (1974) ................. 1.64 Tom Hickox (1989) .................... 1.83 Mike Lyons (1996) ..................... 1.85 Lenny DiNardo (2000) ............... 1.90 Dave Braden (1973) .................. 1.98 Corey Kluber (2007) .................. 2.05 Jesse Wright (1975) .................. 2.03 Roger Lincoln (2001) ................. 2.06

Complete Games Jesse Wright (1975) ..................... 14 John Colvard (1972) ..................... 12 Mike Burgermeister (1982) ........... 10 George Tsamis (1989) .................. 10 Steve Woide (1987) ...................... 10 Bill Rhoden (1974) .......................... 9 Jeff House (1997) ........................... 8 Bill Swaggerty (1978) ..................... 8 George Tsamis (1987) .................... 8 Matt Brown (1995) .......................... 8

Wins Lenny DiNardo (2000) .................. 16 Roger Lincoln (2002) .................... 12 Wayne Perry (1969) ..................... 12 Corey Kluber (2007) ..................... 12 George Tsamis (1989) .................. 11 Jim Hakes (1976) ......................... 11 12 tied at ....................................... 10

Innings pitched Eric Knott (1997) ..................... 137.0 Lenny DiNardo (2000) ............. 132.2 George Tsamis (1989) ............. 130.2 John Colvard (1972) ................ 124.0 Steve Woide (1987) ................. 123.0 Jesse Wright (1975) ................ 120.0 Chuck Beale (1995) ................. 118.1 Chuck Beale (1996) ................. 117.2 Chris Byrnes (1986) ................ 117.1 Chuck Beale (1994) ................. 117.0

Saves Mike Lyons (1996) ........................ 15 Robbie Elsemiller (2006) .............. 14 Tom Hickox (1988) ....................... 14 Tom Hickox (1989) ....................... 12 Kevin Wasilewski (1985) .............. 12 Andy Wilson (2002) ...................... 12 Tom Hickox (1990) ....................... 12 Robbie Elsemiller (2007) .............. 12 Andy Wilson (2001) ...................... 10 Tom Hickox (1991) ....................... 10

Strike Outs Aaron Iatarola (1990) ................... 55 Ron Vara (1984) ........................... 55 Clint Hendry (1996) ...................... 54 Tom Riginos (1988) ...................... 51 Rusty Beale (2000) ....................... 50 Brooks Stephens (2000) ............... 49 Chris Thomas (1991) .................... 49 Tom Hickox broke an NCAA record Brian Pruitt (2006) ........................ 49 with 48 saves from 1988-91. Orlando Leon (1985) .................... 49 Kevin Johnson (2007) .................. 49 Appearances Tom Hickox (1988) ....................... 44 Stolen Bases Tom Hickox (1990) ....................... 39 Mike Wolfe (1975) ........................ 76 Roger Lincoln (2003) .................... 38 Louie Stawarz (1980) ................... 52 Robbie Elsemiller (2006) .............. 37 Rick Malizia (1984) ....................... 41 Mike Lyons (1996) ........................ 37 Ned French (1997) ....................... 40 Tom Hickox (1991) ....................... 35 Jeff Pequignot (1982) ................... 38 Ian Thompson (2009).................. 35 Louie Stawarz (1979) ................... 38 Bob Hulsman (1984) .................... 37 Robbie Elsemiller (2005) .............. 34 Kurt Langsenkamp (1977) ............ 37 Tom Hickox (1989) ....................... 33 John Oakley (1975) ...................... 37 David Burns (2008) ..................... 32 Mike Wolfe (1974) ........................ 33 Clint Chrysler (1996) .................... 31 Games Started Games Played 6 tied at ........................................ 65 Eric Knott (1997) .......................... 21 8 tied at ........................................ 64 Chuck Beale (1996) ...................... 19 Eric Knott (1996) .......................... 18 Jason Oglesby (2000) .................. 18 20+ Game Hitting Streaks Bryan Zenchyk (2002) .................. 28 Lenny DiNardo (2000) .................. 18 Brian Bocock (2005) ..................... 25 Jim Waring (1991) ........................ 17 Jeff Simpson (2010) ..................... 24 Brian Sullivan (2002) .................... 17 Brandon Paritz (2005) .................. 23 George Tsamis (1989) .................. 17 Rich Floyd (1987) ......................... 21 Buddy Dryden (1988) ................... 17 Shane Jordan (2006) .................... 21 Larry Hingle (1992) ....................... 17 Casey Frawley (2009) .................. 21 Corey Kluber (2007) ..................... 17 3 tied at ......................................... 20

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Strikeouts Lenny DiNardo (2000) ................ 132 Lenny DiNardo (2001) ................ 131 George Tsamis (1989) ................ 130 Eric Knott (1997) ........................ 123 Corey Kluber (2007) ................... 117 Williard Brown (1992) ................. 113 Steve Woide (1987) .................... 110 Williard Brown (1993) ................. 109 Chris Byrnes (1986) ................... 100 Jesse Wright (1975) ................... 100

Hits Allowed Eric Knott (1997) ........................ 156 Jeff House (1997) ....................... 134 Jeff House (1998) ....................... 126 Jim Waring (1990) ...................... 126 Jason Oglesby (2000) ................ 124 Steve Woide (1985) .................... 124 Eric Knott (1996) ........................ 123 Chuck Beale (1995) .................... 121 Chris Ingoglia (2006) .................. 119 2 tied at ....................................... 118 Runs Allowed Jeff House (1998) ......................... 82 Eric Knott (1997) .......................... 80 Lenny DiNardo (1999) .................. 74 Ryan Dixon (2005) ....................... 72 Jeff House (1999) ......................... 71 Jason Oglesby (1998) .................. 70 Bill Swaggerty (1979) ................... 66 Steve Woide (1986) ...................... 66 Jeff House (1997) ......................... 65 Robby Donovan (2008) ................ 65 Earned Runs Allowed Jeff House (1998) ......................... 64 Lindsey Caughel (2010) ............... 59 Jeff House (1999) ......................... 58 Ryan Dixon (2005) ....................... 56 Jason Oglesby (1998) .................. 54 Jason Oglesby (2000) .................. 53 Eric Knott (1997) .......................... 52 Steve Woide (1986) ...................... 51 Brian Sullivan (2002) .................... 51 Robby Donovan (2008) ................ 51 Walks Allowed Buddy Dryden (1987) ................... 70 Williard Brown (1992) ................... 62 Rick Hall (1977) ............................ 52 Ted Loehr (1974) .......................... 50 Jim Fry (1980) .............................. 50 Ron Pearce (1977) ....................... 50 Jeff Henderson (1985) .................. 49 Chris Byrnes (1986) ..................... 49 Jason Oglesby (1998) .................. 49 2 tied at ......................................... 48

Lenny DiNardo owns the Stetson record for most victories (16) and most strikeouts (132) in a single-season. Putouts Pedro Rodriguez (1991) ............. 547 Brooks Stephens (1996) ............. 542 Jeff Kistler (1994) ....................... 530 Pat Harding (1988) ..................... 495 Jeremy Cruz (2008) .................. 494 Chris Dunham (1987) ................. 491 Chris Johnson (2006) ................. 489 Bryan Zenchyk (2001) ................ 466 Bryan Zenchyk (2004) ................ 462 Brooks Stephens (2000) ............. 459 Assists Kevin Nicholson (1996) .............. 211 Wes Weger (1991) ..................... 207 Brian Bocock (2006) ................... 203 Rusty Beale (2000) ..................... 200 Kevin Johnson (2007) ................ 199 Rusty Beale (2003) ..................... 192 Rusty Beale (2001) ..................... 187 Kevin Nicholson (1997) .............. 186 Wes Weger (1989) ..................... 182 Eddie Corbett (1988) .................. 177 Errors Tim Ballesteros (1987) ................. 27 Eddie Corbett (1988) .................... 25 Lee Bagley (1999) ........................ 25 Ray Goirigolzarri (1998) ............... 25 Kevin Nicholson (1997) ................ 24 Rusty Beale (2001) ....................... 24 5 tied at ........................................ 23

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Stetson Stetson Record Record Book Book Single-Season Team Batting, Pitching & Fielding OVERALL

BATTING

BATTING

Games Played 65 .................................2003 65 .................................1996 64 .................................1997 64 .................................2000 64 .................................1990

Highest Batting Avg. .336 .............................2000 .328 .............................1998 .324 .............................2002 .324 .............................2001 .321 .............................2005

Triples 34 .................................1977 32 .................................1993 30 .................................1998 28 .................................1986 28 .................................2000

Wins 48 .................................2000 46 .................................1984 43 .................................2001 42 .................................2002 42 .................................1996 42 .................................2007

Highest Slugging Pct. .530 .............................2000 .516 .............................2001 .512 .............................2002 .480 .............................1987 .478 .............................1998

Home Runs 78 .................................2001 76 .................................2002 65 .................................2008 64 .................................2000 60 .................................2009 56 .................................1987

Highest Winning Pct. .780 (46-13) ..................1984 .750 (48-16) ..................2000 .739 (34-12) ..................1970 .717 (43-17) ..................2001 .698 (30-13) ..................1974

Highest On Base Pct. .433 .............................1981 .427 .............................2000 .426 .............................1982 .426 .............................1984 .414 .............................1987

Losses 33 .................................2008 31 .................................1990 31 .................................1998 31 .................................1999 31 .................................2010 30 .................................2009 28 .................................2005 26 .................................1988 Fewest Wins 23 .................................1976 23 .................................1999 25 .................................1973 25 .................................1971 26 .............2008, 1979, 1969 Fewest Losses 12 .................................1970 13 .................................1984 13 .................................1974 13 .................................1969 15 .......................1977, 1976 Consecutive Wins 17 ............. 2/25 - 3/17, 1994 15 ............... 3/16 - 4/9, 1996 14 ............. 3/16 - 3/30, 1984 13 ............... 3/3 - 3/17, 1986 12 ............. 3/23 - 4/14, 2002

Most At Bats 2249 .............................2005 2228 .............................2000 2206 .............................2007 2174 .............................1997 2173 .............................2006 Runs Scored 597 ...............................2000 508 ...............................1984 483 ...............................1998 470 ...............................2005 454 ...............................1981 Hits 749 ...............................2000 722 ...............................2005 692 ...............................1998 686 ...............................1997 665 ...............................2007 Doubles 184 ...............................2000 142 ...............................2002 137 ...............................2005 122 ...............................1987 122 ...............................2008

Runs Batted In 533 ...............................2000 434 ...............................1984 423 ...............................1998 416 ...............................2005 408 ...............................2002 Total Bases 1181 ..............................2000 1050 .............................2005 1041 .............................2002 1036 .............................2001 1008 .............................1998 Walks 449 ...............................1981 419 ...............................1982 378 ...............................1984 371 ...............................1986 343 ...............................1978 Strike Outs 425 ...............................2008 391 ...............................2000 388 ...............................1996 383 ...............................1998 378 ...............................2007

255 219 159 159 158

Stolen Bases ..............................1975 ..............................1977 ..............................1982 ..............................1980 ..............................1985

PITCHING Lowest Earned Run Avg. 2.03 .............................1972 2.23 .............................1974 2.69 .............................1977 2.89 .............................1975 3.23 .............................1978 Highest Earned Run Avg. 6.70 ..............................2010 6.37 .............................1998 6.04 .............................1999 5.85 ..............................2009 5.68 ..............................2008 5.31 ..............................2005 5.30 .............................1990 Opponent Batting Avg. .229 ..............................1992 .232 .............................1978 .233 .............................1976 .235 .............................1984 .239 .............................1980 Fewest Walks Allowed/9 2.76 ..............................2010 2.95 .............................1994 3.03 .............................2001 3.04 ..............................2006 3.16 .............................1996 Most Strikeouts/9 7.93 ..............................1999 7.68 .............................2002 7.46 .............................2001 7.29 .............................1993 7.17 .............................1986 Saves 20 .................................2002 18 .................................1996 17 .................................2007 16 .................................1988 15 ......1985, 1992, and 2006 Complete Games 29 .................................1975 26 .................................1987 25 .................................1982 23 .................................1974 21 .............1978, 1980, 1995 Shutouts 8 ...................................1974 8 ...................................1972 7 .........................1970, 1976 7 .........................1977, 1994 7 ...................................1995 7 ...................................2007 Innings Pitched 556.1 ............................2007 554.0 ............................2006 547.0 ............................2005 543.1 ............................1997 541.0 ............................2000 Hits Allowed 682 ...............................2010 669 ...............................1998 665 ...............................2007 651 ...............................1997 638 ...............................2005 634 ...............................2009 628 ...............................2000

On their way to a conference championship, the 2000 Stetson team set school records for most wins, runs, hits, RBI, and batting average in a single-season.

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PITCHING/FIELDING Runs Allowed 449 ...............................1998 225 ...............................2010 420 ...............................2008 411 ................................1999 411 ................................2009 389 ...............................2005 377 ...............................1997 Earned Runs Allowed 375 ...............................2010 356 ...............................1998 331 ...............................2008 330 ...............................2009 323 ...............................2005 313 ...............................1990 294 ...............................1999 Walks Allowed 310 ...............................1990 276 ...............................1992 274 ...............................1981 268 ...............................1987 259 ...............................1998 Strikeouts 423 ...............................1996 422 ...............................2002 422 ...............................2000 422 ...............................2007 415 .................. 1986 & 2006 Wild Pitches 62 .................................1999 61 .................................2005 57 .................................1998 57 .................................1991 57 .................................2000 Hit Batters 76 .................................2000 69 .................................2008 60 .................................2005 55 .................................1999 53 .................................1995 Highest Fielding Pct. .972 ..............................2006 .970 ..............................1976 .967 .............................2002 .966 ..............................2010 .966 ................ 1995 & 2007 .965 ................ 1990 & 2003 Putouts 1699 .............................2007 1662 .............................2006 1641 .............................2005 1630 .............................1997 1623 .............................2000 Assists 712 ...............................1996 694 ...............................2000 689 ...............................1997 684 ...............................2006 681 ...............................1988 Double Plays 84 .................................2000 72 .................................1998 64 .................................1987 61 .................................2006 58 .................................2005

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Stetson Stetson Record Record Book Book Individual Single-Game Batting Runs Scored:

5

Hits: Doubles:

6 3

Triples: Home Runs:

3 3 3 3 Runs Batted In: 8 Total Bases:

13

Walks:

5

Strikeouts:

4

Stolen Bases:

5

Four times last by Jeremy Cruz vs. ETSU (5/16/08) Ned French vs. Charleston (5/9/98) 13 times last by Justin Bass vs. UNF (4/19/08) by Ed Cooney vs. Flagler (2/7/90) Ian Church vs. Samford (4/26/03) Mike Sempeles vs. Georgia Southern (4/29/90) Robert Crews vs. Georgia (2/27/10) three times last by Frank Corr vs. Florida Atlantic (4/29/00) three times last by Robert Crews vs. Georgia (2/27/10) three times last by Brian Snyder vs. Mercer (4/6/01) 10 times last by Nick Palmisano vs. Maine (3/4/05) four times last by Louie Stawarz vs. Siena (4/10/80)

Individual Single-Game Pitching Innings: 12.0 Most Hits: 15 Most Runs: 14 Earned Runs: 11 11 Walks: 11 Strikeouts: 19 Wild Pitches: 5 Hit By Pitch: 4 No-Hit Games:

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Michael Bergmann vs. Virginia Tech (3/28/80) Lindsey Caughel vs. ETSU (5/1/10) Dan Maurer vs. Troy State (5/8/99) Jason Oglesby vs. Troy State (5/8/99) Kurt Schluter vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/16/10) Buddy Dryden vs. Siena (3/21/87) George Tsamis vs. Bethune-Cookman (4/1/86) Nathan Nery vs. Notre Dame (4/4/05) three times Last by Kurt schluter vs. USF (3/30/10) Bill Rhoden vs. Yale (3/20/70) John Colvard vs. Ohio State (3/17/73) Jim Fry vs. Cornell (3/21/80) Chris Byrnes vs. Rider (3/31/86)

Ian Church became just the second player in Stetson history to hit three home runs in a game, doing so against Samford on April 26, 2003.

Justin Bass tied a school singlegame record by hitting three doubles against North Florida on April 19, 2008.

George Tsamis struck out a schoolrecord 19 batters against BethuneCookman on April 1, 1986.

Ned French collected a schoolrecord six hits against the College of Charleston on May 9, 1998. He tallied five singles and a double.

Team Single-Game Batting Runs: Runs / Inning: Hits: Hits / Inning: Consec. Hits: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBI: Total Bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac Bunts: Sac Flies: Stolen Bases: Runners LOB:

28 12 26 13 10 8 5 10 25 54 19 19 4 5 14 19

vs. Sanford Naval Air Station (1953) vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/19/02) 2x: vs. Charleston (5/9/98); vs. Siena (2/26/05) vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/19/02) vs. Bethune-Cookman (2/19/02) vs. Florida Atlantic (4/19/97) vs. Creighton (3/13/98) vs. Georgia Southern (4/29/90) vs. Drexel (3/23/83) vs. Georgia Southern (4/29/90) vs. South Florida (4/4/78) vs. Florida Gulf Coast (5/2/08) seven times, last vs. JU (4/21/07) vs. Pittsburgh (3/13/94) vs. Florida State (5/17/73) vs. Campbell (3/21/08)

Team Single-Game Pitching Innings: 18.0 Most Hits: 30 Most Runs: 34 Earned Runs: 22 Walks: 15 Strikeouts: 19 Wild Pitches: 6 Hit By Pitch: 6

vs. Florida International (3/5/86) vs. Troy State (5/8/99) vs. Troy State (5/8/99) vs. Troy State (5/8/99) & ETSU (5/1/10) vs. Ferris State (2/22/82) vs. Bethune-Cookman (4/1/86) vs. many opponents vs. Missouri (2/24/08)

Miscellaneous Largest Margin of Victory: 28-0 vs. Sanford Naval Air Station (1953)

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NCAA NCAA Tournament Tournament Year-By-Year Regional Results 1970 - Atlantic Regional (College Division) Little Creek, VA 1970vs. Ithaca .................................................... L, 2-4 1970vs. Florida Southern ................................... L, 4-5

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1982 - Atlantic Regional Miami, FL (Univ. of Miami) at Miami ............................................ L, 2-18 vs. Florida .......................................... W, 5-4 vs. South Florida ............................... W, 6-5 at Miami ............................................ L, 3-15

1984 - South II Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 5/24/84 at Florida State ................................ W, 10-7 5/26/84 vs. Miami .......................................... L, 8-13 5/26/84 vs. South Alabama ........................... L, 9-10 1988 - East Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 5/26/88 at Florida State ................................. L, 3-10 5/27/88 vs. George Mason ............................. W, 2-1 5/28/88 vs. N.C. State .................................... W, 4-1 5/29/88 at Florida State .................................. W, 7-2 5/29/88 vs. Florida ........................................... L, 0-8 1989 - Atlantic Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 5/25/89 vs. Clemson........................................ L, 2-6 5/26/89 vs. Rider .......................................... W, 13-6 5/27/89 vs. Clemson...................................... L, 5-13 1990 - Atlantic Regional Miami, FL (Univ. of Miami) 5/25/90 at Miami .............................................. L, 3-4 5/26/90 vs. N.C. State ................................... L, 2-13 1992 - South II Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 5/21/92 vs. Stanford ........................................ L, 1-2 5/22/92 at Florida State ................................... L, 0-2 1996 - South I Regional Tuscaloosa, AL (Univ. of Alabama) 5/23/96 vs. South Alabama ............................ W, 9-8 5/24/96 vs. Notre Dame ................................. W, 7-6 5/25/96 at Alabama ......................................... L, 1-3 5/25/96 vs. Virginia .......................................... L, 4-5 All-Tournament: Michael Stover 1997 - Midwest Regional Stillwater, OK (Oklahoma State Univ.) 5/22/97 at Oklahoma State ............................. L, 1-8 5/23/97 vs. Harvard ......................................... L, 6-8

Record vs. Opponents

2000 - Atlanta Regional Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech) 5/26/00 vs. Auburn ......................................... W, 9-5 5/27/00 at Georgia Tech ................................ L, 1-24 5/27/00 vs. Auburn ..................................... W, 13-10 5/28/00 at Georgia Tech .............................. L, 11-16 All-Tourn: Frank Corr, Lenny DiNardo, Josh Laws 2001 - Coral Gables Regional Coral Gables, FL (Univ. of Miami) 5/25/01 vs. Florida ......................................... L, 9-10 5/26/01 vs. Bucknell ....................................... W, 7-0 5/26/01 vs. Florida .......................................... W, 6-3 5/27/01 at Miami ............................................ L, 8-16 All-Tournament: Brian Snyder, Brian Sullivan, Frank Corr 2002 - Tallahassee Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 5/31/02 at Florida State ................................. L, 8-11 6/01/02 vs. South Florida ............................ L, 13-14 All-Tournament: Brian Snyder, Chris Westervelt 2003 - Atlanta Regional Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech) 5/30/03 at Georgia Tech^ ............................... W, 5-4 5/31/03 vs. South Carolina .............................. L, 2-7 5/31/03 vs. East Carolina ............................... W, 9-4 6/01/03 vs. South Carolina .............................. L, 3-9 All-Tournament: Rusty Beale, John DeStefano, Andy Wilson ^ - no. 3 national seed 2005 - Gainesville Regional Gaineville, FL (Univ. of Florida) 6/4/05 at Florida^ ........................................... L, 3-8 6/4/05 vs. Notre Dame .................................. L, 4-7 All-Tournament: Brian Bocock, John DeStefano ^ - no. 7 national seed 2006 - Atlanta Regional Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech) 6/3/05 at Georgia Tech^ ................................ L, 5-7 6/4/05 vs. Michigan% .................................. L, 1-11 All-Tournament: Chris Johnson ^ - no. 4 national seed; % - no. 23 national seed 2007 - Tallahassee Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State Univ.) 6/1/07 vs. Mississippi State ........................... L, 3-6 6/2/07 vs. Bethune-Cookman ..................... W, 12-0 6/3/07 vs. Florida State^ .............................. L, 1-17 All-Tournament: Shane Jordan, Braedyn Pruitt ^ - no. 6 national seed

Team W-L Pct. Alabama ..................................0-1 ...................000 Auburn .....................................2-0 ................1.000 Bethune-Cookman ..................1-0 ................1.000 Bucknell ...................................1-0 ................1.000 Clemson ..................................0-2 ...................000 East Carolina ...........................1-0 ................1.000 Florida .....................................2-3 ...................400 Florida State ............................2-4 ...................333 Florida Southern ......................0-1 ...................000 George Mason .........................1-0 ................1.000 Georgia Tech ...........................1-3 ...................250 Harvard ....................................0-1 ...................000 Ithaca .......................................0-1 ...................000 Miami (FL) ...............................0-5 ...................000 Michigan ..................................0-1 ...................000 Mississippi State ......................0-1 ...................000 North Carolina State ................1-1 ...................500 Notre Dame .............................1-1 ...................500 Oklahoma State .......................0-1 ...................000 Rider ........................................1-0 ................1.000 South Alabama ........................1-1 ...................500 South Carolina .........................0-2 ...................000 South Florida ...........................1-1 ...................500 Stanford ...................................0-1 ...................000 Virginia.....................................0-1 ...................000 Totals ....................................16-32 .................333 Div I Totals............................16-30 .................348

Regional Records Team Batting Game Runs: ..................................................... 13, twice Runs/Inning: ............................................ 6, twice Hits: ................................18 vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Doubles: ...........................8 vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Triples: ..................................................... 1, twice Home Runs: .......................4 vs. Miami (5/27/01) Runs Batted In: ...............13 vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Total Bases: ....................31 vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Walks: ...................................................... 6, twice Strikeouts: .......................... 17, Virginia (5/25/96) Runners LOB: .......... 13 at Georgia Tech (6/3/06) Team Pitching Game Innings: ...................... 11.1 vs. Stanford (5/21/92) Hits Allowed: ......... 25 vs. Georgia Tech (5/27/00) Runs Allowed: ....... 24 vs. Georgia Tech (5/27/00) ER Allowed: .......... 20 vs. Georgia Tech (5/27/00) Walks: ..................... 9 vs. Georgia Tech (5/28/00) Strikeouts: .............13 vs. Florida State (5/22/92) Team Miscellaneous Win Margin: ............................................. 7, twice Loss Margin: ......... 23 vs. Georgia Tech (5/28/00) Individual Game Batting Runs: ............4, Lee Bagley vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Hits: ............ 5, Michael Stover vs. USA (5/23/96) Doubles: .......3, Lee Bagley vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Home Runs: ...2, Jeff Christy vs. Miami (5/27/01) ............................. 2, Frank Corr vs. GT (5/28/00) Runs Batted In: .........................4, by four players ................ last by Jeff Christy vs. Miami (5/27/01) Total Bases: ....... 10, Frank Corr vs. GT (5/28/00) ....................10, Lee Bagley vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Walks: ............ 3, Frank Corr vs. Florida (5/26/01)

Stetson and Georgia Tech line-up prior to their 2003 Atlanta Regional Game...The Hatters won 5-4.

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Individual Game Pitching Innings: ...9, Brian Sullivan vs. Bucknell (5/26/01) .......(only CG shutout in Stetson regional history) Hits Allowed: ... 11, Bryan Welch vs. GT (5/28/00) Runs Allowed: .........................9, by three players ER Allowed:8, Charles Aulet vs. Auburn (5/27/00) Walks: ..... 6, Lenny DiNardo vs. Florida (5/25/01) Strikeouts: ..12, Willard Brown vs. FSU (5/22/92)

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Chuck Beale, 1996 Boston Red Sox

Rusty Beale, 2003 Cincinnati Reds

Brian Bocock, 2006 San Francisco Giants

Willard Brown, 1993 California Angels

Jeff Christy, 2001 Oakland A’s

Clint Chrysler, 1997 Seattle Mariners

Frank Corr, 2001 New York Mets

Lenny DiNardo, 2001 New York Mets

Chris Johnson, 2006 Houston Astros

Eric Knott, 1997 Arizona Diamondbacks

Roger Lincoln, 2003 Cleveland Indians

Kevin Nicholson, 1997 San Diego Padres

Wade Rowdon, 1981 Chicago White Sox

Sammy Serrano, 1998 San Francisco Giants

Jeff Smith, 1995 Minnesota Twins

Brian Snyder, 2003 Oakland A’s

Bill Swaggerty, 1979 Baltimore Orioles

George Tsamis, 1989 Minnesota Twins

Wes Weger, 1992 Milwaukee Brewers

Andy Wilson, 2003 New York Mets

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Professional Professional Development Development Former Hatters In The Pros

Highest Draft Picks

1970 Pete Dunn ..................................... Kansas City Ashby Fraser .......................................Montreal

1993 Willard Brown .................................... California Aaron Iatarola .................................... California

1972 Roy Tanner .................................... Kansas City

1994 Doug Bolton ........................... Mason City (Ind.) Aaron Gallo .......................... Minneapolis (Ind.)

1973 Dave Braden ........................................... Texas 1974 Ted Loehr .....................................Chicago (AL) 1975 Jim Howard ............................... New York (NL) 1976 Jeff Barefoot ...........................Harlingeon (Ind.) Jesse Wright ........................................ Oakland 1977 Jeff Brueggerman ............................. Minnesota 1978 Ron Pearce .........................................Montreal 1979 Bill Swaggerty .................................... Baltimore Rebel Taylor................................New York (AL) Dan Williams.................................Chicago (AL) 1981 Dave Miller ........................................ Baltimore Wade Rowdon ..............................Chicago (AL) 1982 Mike Burgermeister ....................San Francisco Bob Klusacek ...................................San Diego 1983 Jeff Pequignot...................................Milwaukee Vince Riva ....................................Chicago (AL) 1984 Jon Pequignot ............................... Los Angeles Mike Ullian ........................................... Houston 1985 Scott Gray ........................................... Houston Rick Malizia ....................................... Baltimore Jay Nieporte .....................................San Diego 1986 Fred DeLamata ................................. Baltimore Kevin Wasilewski ................................. Houston 1987 Chris Dunham ...................................Cleveland Steve Woide ..........................................Toronto 1988 Darin Bruehl ........................................ Houston 1989 George Tsamis ................................. Minnesota 1990 Mike Pinckes .....................................Cleveland 1991 Jim Waring ........................................... Houston Tom Hickox .......................................Milwaukee Craig Risdon .......................................... Atlanta 1992 Wes Weger .......................................Milwaukee Ernie Yaroshuk ...........................New York (AL) Chris Thomas ...................................Milwaukee Larry Hingle ....................................... California Tibor Brown ................................New York (AL) Ross Urshan ........................... Lethbridge (Ind.)

1. Brian Snyder ................. 26th pick 1st round, Oakland, 2003

1995 Javier Gomez ....................................... Arizona Jeff Smith.......................................... Minnesota Chris Sawyer .......................Thunder Bay (Ind.) 1996 Chuck Beale .......................................... Boston Mike Lyons ................................ New York (NL) 1997 Kevin Nicholson # .............................San Diego Clint Chrysler ......................................... Seattle Eric Knott .............................................. Arizona

2. Kevin Nicholson............ 27th pick 1st round, San Diego, 1997

1998 Robby Morgan .......................... Lafayette (Ind.) Sammy Serrano .........................San Francisco 1999 Ned French ............................... Winnipeg (Ind.) Jeff House ........................................Milwaukee 2000 Geoff McCallum ..................................... Seattle 2001 Jeff Christy........................................... Oakland Frank Corr ........................................... NY Mets *Lenny DiNardo ................................... NY Mets

3. Sammy Serrano ............ 68th pick 2nd round, San Francisco, 1998

2002 Lee Bagley ....................................Independent 2003 Brian Snyder # ..................................... Oakland Mike Wiley .......................................... Colorado Roger Lincoln ....................................Cleveland Rusty Beale .......................................Cincinnati Andy Wilson ..............................New York Mets Ian Church ...........................................St. Louis Pete Rasmusen .............................Independent 2004 Chris Westervelt ............................ Los Angeles

4. Lenny DiNardo ........... 102nd pick 3rd round, New York Mets, 2001

2005 Ryan Dixon ..........................................St. Louis 2006 *Chris Johnson .................................... Houston *Brian Bocock .............................San Francisco *Nathan Nery ..................................... Baltimore 2007 *Corey Kluber ...................................San Diego Braedyn Pruitt ......................New York Yankees Chris Ingoglia .........................................Florida Shane Jordan .............................San Francisco 2008 *Justin Bass ............................................Florida *Brian Pruitt ....................................Washington *Nick Pugliese .................................... Anaheim

5. Corey Kluber ............... 134th pick 4th round, San Diego Padres, 2007

2009 *Jeremy Cruz ...................................... Anaheim *Casey Frawley .................................Cleveland *Robbie Donovan ................................ Houston 2010 *Jacob deGrom .........................New York Mets * active; # - first round draft pick; Italics - reached majors

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Stetson Stetson Honors Honors All-Americans Mike Fulford 3B 1970 ......... NCAA ....................................... 1st Team Tony Latour 1B 1970 ......... NCAA ....................................... 1st Team Mike Wolfe OF 1975 ......... NCAA .......................................3rd Team Tom Hickox P 1989 ......... Baseball America .....................3rd Team Kevin Nicholson SS 1997 ......... Baseball America, NCBWA ..... 2nd Team Sammy Serrano C 1998 ......... Baseball America, ................... 1st Team 1998 ......... Baseball Weekly ...................... 1st Team 1998 ......... Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA ... 1st Team Lenny DiNardo LHP 2000 ......... Baseball America ..................... 1st Team 2000 ......... College Baseball Insider .......... 1st Team 2000 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team 2000 ......... NCBWA .................................... 1st Team 2000 ......... The Sporting News .................. 1st Team 2000 ......... Baseball Weekly ..................... 2nd Team 2001 ......... Collegiate Baseball ..................3rd Team Frank Corr OF 2000 ......... College Baseball Insider .......... 1st Team 2000 ......... The Sporting News .................. 1st Team 2000 ......... Baseball America .................... 2nd Team 2000 ......... Collegiate Baseball ................. 2nd Team 2000 ......... NCBWA ................................... 2nd Team 2001 ......... NCBWA ................................... 2nd Team Chris Westervelt C 2002 ......... Collegiate Baseball ................. 2nd Team 2002 ......... Baseball America .....................3rd Team 2004 ......... Collegiate Baseball ..................3rd Team 2004 ......... College Baseball Insider ................... HM Brian Snyder 3B 2003 ......... Baseball America ..................... 1st Team 2003 ......... Collegiate Baseball ..................3rd Team 2003 ......... College Baseball Insider ................... HM Chris Johnson 1B 2006 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 3rd Team 2006 ......... College Baseball Foundation .............HM Corey Kluber RHP 2007 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................2nd Team Jeremy Cruz OF 2009 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................2nd Team 2009 .......... ABCA/Rawlings .....................2nd Team

Freshmen All-Americans Tom Hickox P 1988 .......................................................... 2nd Team James Hufstetler P 1992 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Kevin Nicholson SS 1995 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Ned French OF 1996 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Sammy Serrano C 1996 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Frank Corr UT 1998 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Lenny DiNardo LHP 1999 ......... Baseball America ..................... 1st Team 1999 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Vinnie Rinaldi OF/DH 1999 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Andy Wilson P/UT 2000 ......... Collegiate Baseball ........................... HM Jack Collins P 2001 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Brian Snyder 3B 2001 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team 2001 ......... Baseball America .................... 2nd Team Bryan Zenchyk 1B 2001 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team 2001 ......... Baseball America .................... 2nd Team Chris Ingoglia P 2004 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Shane Jordan OF 2004 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Chris Johnson 1B 2005 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team 2005 ......... Baseball America .............................. HM David Golliner C 2005 ......... Collegiate Baseball .................. 1st Team Casey Frawley SS 2007 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................1st Team Robert Crews 3B 2008 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................1st Team Nick Rickles C 2009 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................1st Team Mark Jones 2B 2009 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................1st Team Ryan Lashley SS 2010 .......... Collegiate Baseball ................1st Team

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All-Region Wes Weger IF 1992 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Aaron Iatarola CF 1993 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Jeff House P 1997 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Kevin Nicholson SS 1997 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Sammy Serrano C 1998 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Lenny DiNardo P 2000 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Frank Corr OF 2000 ........ABCA....................................1st Team 2001 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Jeff Christy OF 2001 ........ABCA....................................1st Team Andy Wilson 2B 2001 ........ABCA....................................1st Team 2002 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Chris Westervelt C 2002 ........ABCA....................................1st Team 2004 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Roger Lincoln P 2002 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Bryan Zenchyk 1B 2002 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Brian Snyder 3B 2003 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Ryan Heacox P 2004 ........ABCA...................................2nd Team Corey Kluber P 2007 ........ ABCA ................................. 2nd Team Justin Bass OF 2008 ........ ABCA ................................. 2nd Team Jeremy Cruz OF 2009 ........ ABCA ................................. 1st Team

Tony Latour, 1970 NCAA All-American

Academic All-America Chris Westervelt C 2002 ........CoSIDA ................................1st Team 2004 ........CoSIDA ................................1st Team

Mike Fulford, 1970 NCAA All-American

Academic All-District III Chris Westervelt C 2002 ........CoSIDA ................................1st Team 2003 ........CoSIDA ................................1st Team 2004 ........CoSIDA ................................1st Team

Wes Weger, 1992 All-Atlantic Region

In 2002, Chris Westervelt became the first person in Atlantic Sun Conference history to be named an All-American and an Academic AllAmerican in the same season. He then repeated the accomplishment in 2004.

Bryan Zenchyk, 2001 Freshman All-American

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2nd 2n d Team All-Conference

A-Sun All-Tournament Team

1991 ........................................... Wes Weger (ss) 1992 ........................................... Wes Weger (ss) 1993 ........................................Aaron Iatarola (of) 1997 ....................................Kevin Nicholson (ss) 1998 ..................................... Sammy Serrano (c) 2000 ............................................. Frank Corr (of) 2002 ...................................... Chris Westervelt (c) 2004 ...................................... Chris Westervelt (c) 2009 ............................................Jeremy Cruz (of)

1992 ..................................... James Hufstetler (p) 1993 .......................................... Javier Gomez (p) ..................................................... Chris Shields (p) .....................................................Doug Bolton (ss) 1994 ........................................Mitch Markam (3b) 1995 ............................................Chuck Beale (p) ...............................................Kevin Nicholson (ss) ....................................................Chris Sawyer (of) 1996 ............................................Chuck Beale (p) ...................................................... Ned French (of) 1997 .................................. Emmett Berberich (of) 1998 .........................................Robby Morgan (p) ........................................................ Tim Branz (2b) ............................................ Emmett Berberich (of) 2001 ............................................ Andy Wilson (p) ................................................... Brian Snyder (3b) 2002 .......................................... Roger Lincoln (p) ...................................................... Andy Wilson (p) 2003 ..............................................Ian Church (of) .................................................... Roger Lincoln (p) ....................................................... Cy McCuen (p) 2004 ..................................... John DeStefano (of) .....................................................Ryan Heacox (p) ................................................. Braedyn Pruitt (3b) 2005 ..................................... John DeStefano (of) ...................................................Shane Jordan (of) ................................................. Chris Johnson (1b) ............................................................Jon Still (dh) 2006 .......................................... Brian Bocock (ss) ............................................... Robbie Elsemiler (p) .................................................... Chris Ingoglia (p) 2007 ..................................... Robbie Elsemiller (p) ................................................ Casey Frawley (2b) 2008 ...........................................Jeremy Cruz (1b) .................................................. Robert Crews (3b) .................................................... Andy Mauldin (p) 2009 .................................... Aaron Crittenden (dh)

1987 .........................................Mike Robinson (c) ...................................................... Shawn Lee (2b) ..................................................... Pat Harding (dh) ...................................................... Steve Woide (p) 1988 .........................................Eddie Corbett (ss) ...................................................... Shawn Lee (3b) ..................................................... Tom Riginos (of) ............................................... *Mike Sempeles (of) ..................................................Kevin Weickel (dh) ..................................................... Craig Risdon (p) 1989 ........................................*Mike Pinckes (3b) ...................................................... Wes Weger (ss) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) .................................................. George Tsamis (p) ........................................................Tom Hickox (p) 1990 ............................................. Rick Murray (c) ................................................. David Ferreira (2b) ................................................... Mike Pinckes (3b) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) ........................................................ Jim Waring (p) 1991 ............................................ Wes Weger (ss) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) ...................................................Aaron Iatarola (of) 1993 .........................................Craig Corbett (3b) ...................................................Aaron Iatarola (of) 1994 ......................................Mitch Markham (3b) 1995 .......................................... Javier Gomez (p) ...........................................................Jeff Smith (c) ...............................................Kevin Nicholson (ss) ..................................................... Clint Hendry (of) .......................................................Matt Branz (dh) 1996 .............................................. Mike Lyons (p) .............................................Brooks Stephens (1b) ..................................................... Clint Hendry (of) 1997 .................................................Eric Knott (p) ...................................................Clint Chrysler (1b) ........................................................C.J. Fagan (of) 1998 ............................................ Ned French (of) 2000 ........................................... *Jeff Christy (of) ........................................................ Frank Corr (of) .................................................. Lenny DiNardo (p) ........................................................ Josh Laws (of) .................................................. Jason Oglesby (p) .............................................Brooks Stephens (1b) .................................................... Andy Wilson (dh) 2002 ......................................... Roger Lincoln (p) .................................................... Andy Wilson (2b) 2003 .......................................... Rusty Beale (ss) ................................................... Brian Snyder (3b) .........................................................Adam Blair (p) 2005 ......................................... Brian Bocock (ss) ............................................... John DeStefano (of) .............................................. Robbie Elsemiller (p) ................................................. *Shane Jordan (of) ............................................................Jon Still (dh) 2006 ..................................... Robbie Elsemiller (p) ................................................. Chris Johnson (1b) ...................................................Shane Jordan (of) ............................................... *Brandon Paritz (2b) .................................................... Will Romanowicz 2007 ......................................... Jake Hitchcock (p) 2008 ........................................Casey Frawley (ss) *Tournament MVP

A-Sun Pitcher of the Year 1989 ..............................................George Tsamis 1994 ................................................ Chuck Beale 2007 ..................................................Corey Kluber

A-Sun Freshman of the Year 2001 ...................................... Bryan Zenchyk (1b) 2004 ....................................... Braedyn Pruitt (3b) 2005 ....................................... Chris Johnson (1b) 2008 ......................................... Robert Crews (3b)

A-Sun Coach of the Year 1988 .....................................................Pete Dunn 1989 .....................................................Pete Dunn 1990 .....................................................Pete Dunn 1996 .....................................................Pete Dunn 2007 ......................................................Pete Dunn

1st Team All-Conference 1987 ....................................... Chris Dunham (1b) ..................................................... Pat Harding (dh) ...................................................... Steve Woide (p) 1988 ........................................Kevin Weickel (dh) ........................................................Tom Hickox (p) 1989 .............................................. Joe Taylor (2b) ................................................... Mike Pinckes (3b) ...................................................... Wes Weger (ss) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) ....................................................... Ed Cooney (of) .................................................. George Tsamis (p) ........................................................Tom Hickox (p) 1990 ......................................... Mike Pinckes (3b) ...................................................... Wes Weger (ss) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) ..................................................... Rick Murray (dh) ........................................................Tom Hickox (p) 1991 .............................................. Joe Taylor (2b) ...................................................... Wes Weger (ss) .................................................Mike Sempeles (of) ........................................................ Jim Waring (p) 1992 .............................................Tom Taylor (rp) ...................................................... Wes Weger (ss) 1993 ............................................ Aaron Gallo (p) ...................................................Aaron Iatarola (of) 1994 ........................................... Chuck Beale (p) ...........................................................Jeff Smith (c) 1995 ..................................... Mitch Markham (3b) 1996 ............................................. Mike Lyons (p) ...............................................Kevin Nicholson (ss) 1997 .....................................Kevin Nicholson (ss) ...................................................... Ned French (of) 1998 ..................................... Sammy Serrano (c) 1999 ........................................ Lenny DiNardo (p) 2000 ............................................. Frank Corr (of) .................................................. Lenny DiNardo (p) .................................................. Vinnie Rinaldi (dh) 2001 ............................................ Jeff Christy (of) ........................................................ Frank Corr (of) .................................................. Lenny DiNardo (p) ................................................ Bryan Zenchyk (1b) 2002 ......................................... Brian Snyder (3b) ................................................ Chris Westervelt (c) .................................................... Andy Wilson (2b) ................................................ Bryan Zenchyk (1b) 2003 ......................................... Brian Snyder (3b) 2004 ...................................... Chris Westervelt (c) 2005 ......................................... Brian Bocock (ss) 2006 ........................................ Chris Johnson (1b) 2007 ........................................... Chris Ignoglia (p) ..................................................... Corey Kluber (p) ....................................................Jeramy Cruz (1b) ................................................. Braedyn Pruitt (3b) .......................................................Justin Bass (of) ...................................................Shane Jordan (of) ...................................................... Brian Pruitt (dh) 2008 ..............................................Justin Bass (of) .................................................Casey Frawley (ss) 2009 ............................................Jeremy Cruz (of) ................................................. Casey Frawley (of) 2010 ............................................ Sean Emory (of)

3rd Team All-Conference 1999 ............................................ Ned French (of) 2000 .............................................. Josh Laws (of) .............................................Brooks Stephens (1b)

A-Sun All-Freshmen Team 2001 ............................................. Jack Collins (p) ................................................... Brian Snyder (3b) ................................................ Bryan Zenchyk (1b) 2003 .................................................Ben Hall (2b) 2004 ......................................... Brian Bocock (ss) ...................................................... Chris Igoglia (p) ...................................................Shane Jordan (of) ................................................. Braedyn Pruitt (3b) ............................................................Jon Still (dh) 2005 ..................................... Robbie Elsemiller (p) ....................................................David Golliner (c) ................................................. Chris Johnson (1b) 2006 ......................................... Jake Hitchcock (p) ....................................................... Brian Pruitt (of) 2007 .......................................... Justin Dechert (p) ................................................ Casey Frawley (2b) ................................................. Kevin Johnson (ss) 2008 ......................................... Robert Crews (3b) .................................................... Sean Emory (2b) 2009 ..............................................Nick Rickles (c) ......................................................Mark Jones (2b) ............................................... Lindsey Caughel (p) .......................................................Ryan Sweat (p) 2010 .................................................Ryan Lashley

2009 A-Sun Player of the Year Jeremy Cruz

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Team Team Awards Awards Most Valuable Player

Most Outstanding Offensive Player

Most Outstanding Pitcher

Lou Bazzano Oustanding Effort

1969 .........................Wayne Perry 1970 ...........................Tony Latour 1971 .........................Lorenzo Moll 1972 ........................ John Colvard 1973 ...................... Tom Robinson 1974 ........................ Jim Coleman 1975 ............................Mike Wolfe 1976 ......................... Jeff Barefoot 1977 ............................Stan Lewis 1978 ........................ Lou Bazzano 1979 ........................ Dan Williams 1980 ...................... Wade Rowdon 1981 ..........................Kirk Eicholtz 1982 ......................... Andy Moffatt 1983 ...................... Jeff Pequignot 1984 ...................... Jon Pequignot 1985 ............................. Tom Sutte 1986 .............................. Ron Vara 1987 ...................... Chris Dunham 1988 .......................... Pat Harding 1989 ..................... George Tsamis 1990 ...........................Wes Weger 1991 ...........................Wes Weger 1992 ............................ Tom Taylor 1993 .......................Aaron Iatarola 1994 ........................ Chris Sawyer 1995 ............................. Jeff Smith 1996 ....................Kevin Nicholson 1997 ....................Kevin Nicholson 1998 ................... Sammy Serrano 1999 ..................... Lenny DiNardo 2000 ............................ Frank Corr 2001 ............................ Frank Corr 2002 ......................... Andy Wilson 2003 .........................Brian Snyder 2004 ................... Chris Westervelt 2005 ........................ Brian Bocock 2006 ...................... Chris Johnson 2007 ....................... Shane Jordan 2008 ......................... Jeremy Cruz 2009 ......................... Jeremy Cruz 2010 .................. Spencer Theisen

1969 .......................... Tony Latour 1970 .......................... Tony Latour 1971 ........................ Lorenzo Moll 1972 ........................ Mike Kirchoff 1973 ...................... Tom Robinson 1974 ............................ Don Boyer 1975 ........................... Mike Wolfe 1976 .........................Jeff Barefoot 1977 ........................... Stan Lewis 1978 .......................... David Miller 1979 ........................ Dan Williams 1980 ..................... Wade Rowdon 1981 . Kirk Eicholtz/Jeff Pequignot 1982 .........................Andy Moffatt 1983 ...................... Jeff Pequignot 1984 ...................... Jon Pequignot 1985 ..........................Rick Malizia 1986 .................... Fred DeLamata 1987 ............................ Rich Floyd 1988 ...................... Kevin Weickel 1989 ........................... Ed Cooney 1990 ..........................Rick Murray 1991 .................... Mike Sempeles 1992 ...................... Aaron Iatarola 1993 ...................... Aaron Iatarola 1994 ........................Chris Sawyer 1995 ........................Chris Sawyer 1996 ................... Kevin Nicholson 1997 ................... Kevin Nicholson 1998 ................... Sammy Serrano 1999 .......................... Ned French 2000 ............................Frank Corr 2001 ........................... Jeff Christy 2002 ...................Chris Westervelt 2003 ........................ Brian Snyder 2004 ...................Chris Westervelt 2005 ...................... Chris Johnson 2006 ...................... Chris Johnson 2007 ...........................Justin Bass 2008 ...........................Justin Bass 2009 .........................Jeremy Cruz 2010 .... Jeff Simpson/Ryan Lashley

1969 .........................Wayne Perry 1970 ..................................Jim Orr 1971 ....................... John Fischetti 1972 ........................ John Colvard 1973 ........................ John Colvard 1974 ............................. Ted Loehr 1975 .........................Jesse Wright 1976 .........................Jesse Wright 1977 ............................... Rick Hall 1978 .......................Bill Swaggerty 1979 ..................................... none 1980 ...................... Mike Bergman 1981 ...........................Brad Fraley 1982 ...... Burgermeister, Klusacek 1983 ............................Mike Ullian 1984 ...............Mike Ullian, Bill Gill 1985 ............................. Tom Sutte 1986 .........................Chris Byrnes 1987 ......................... Steve Woide 1988 ...........................Tom Hickox 1989 ..................... George Tsamis 1990 ...........................Tom Hickox 1991 ............................Jim Waring 1992 .................. James Hufstetler 1993 .......................... Aaron Gallo 1994 ......................... Chuck Beale 1995 ......................... Chuck Beale 1996 ........................... Mike Lyons 1997 ............................ Jeff House 1998 ......................Robby Morgan 1999 ..................... Lenny DiNardo 2000 ..................... Lenny DiNardo 2001 ..................... Lenny DiNardo 2002 ....................... Roger Lincoln 2003 ...........................Cy McCuen 2004 ........................Ryan Heacox 2005 ....................... Chris Ingoglia 2006 ................. Robbie Elsemiller 2007 ........................ Corey Kluber 2008 ........................Andy Mauldin 2009 ...................... Ian Thompson 2010 ..........................David Burns

1969 ............................David Reid 1970 ..............................Ron Keith 1971 ........................... Roy Tanner 1972 ........................... Roy Tanner 1973 ....................Buddy Branham 1974 ....................... Pat McMahon 1975 ....................... Pat McMahon 1976 ........................ Howard Gray 1977 ........................ Howard Gray 1978 ........................ Lou Bazzano 1979 .............................. Al Guerra 1980 ........................Jerry Moulton 1981 ......................... Mark Zaleski 1982 ...............................Jeff Altier 1983 ...................... Jon Pequignot 1984 ............................ Scott Gray 1985 ......................... Dickie Smith 1986 ......................... Dickie Smith 1987 .......................... Pat Harding 1988 ........................... Shawn Lee 1989 .......................... Tim Farrand 1990 ....................... Tom Knudson 1991 .......................Aaron Iatarola 1992 .......................... Tibor Brown 1993 ........................ Chris Shields 1994 ....................... Gary Preisser 1995 ............................ Matt Branz 1996 ....................... Drew Kieszek 1997 ....................... Gary Preisser 1998 ............................. Tim Branz 1999 ......................... Joe Cincotta 2000 ........................ Mike Fellman 2001 ....................... Roger Lincoln 2002 ........................ Mike D’Aoust 2003 ............................Ian Church 2004 .......................Myron Carlton 2005 .................... Brandon Berlett 2006 ......................Brandon Paritz 2007 ....................... Shane Jordan 2008 .....................Josh Clendenin 2009 ................Ethan Maskolunas 2010 ...........................Mark Jones

Service Award

Student-Athlete Award

The Service Award is presented annually to recognize individual or individuals who make special contributions to Stetson Baseball.

The Student-Athlete Award is presented annually to the player who achieves success both on the field and in the classroom.

1973 ..................... Jack Duncan 1974 ...................Eddie Gilliland 1975 ..................... Joe Romano 1976 ............. Morton McDonald 1977 .....................Tom Sperling 1978 ........John C. “Red” Wilson 1979 .................. Roger Gilmore 1980 .............. John McCullough 1981 ....................... Bill Ottinger 1982 ........................John Keefe 1983 ........................B.J. Phelps 1984 ....................John Fischetti 1985 ................. Sandra Raborn 1986 .................. Wayne Struble 1987 ..........................Don Page 1988 ............................ Mike Orr 1989 ................. Craig Sweeney 1990 ...............George Shierling 1991 ................. Randy Jackson

1992 ......................Chris Thomas 1993 .........................Kevin Jones 1994 ....................... Chris Shields 1995 ............................ Jeff Smith 1996 ........................ Clint Hendry 1997 ...................... Gary Preisser 1998 .......................Charles Aulet 1999 ......................Jason Shipley 2000 .....................Kevin Maloney 2001 ................. Chris Westervelt 2002 ..................Chris Westervelt 2003 ..................Chris Westervelt 2004 ..................... Wes Langston 2005 ................... Brandon Berlett 2006 ................... Brandon Berlett 2007 ...................... Andy Mauldin 2008 ...................... Andy Mauldin 2009 ................. Aaron Crittenden 2010 .......................... Will Dorsey

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1992 ............... Richard Hopkins 1993 .................Dick Westervelt 1994 ....................... Larry Jones 1995 ......................Chuck Aleno 1996 .............Heather Anderson 1997 .....................Gene Wilkins 1998 ......................... John Allen 1999 .......Doug and Jean Gross 2000 ........................Scott Groth 2001 .................... Willard Behm 2002 ........................B.B. Abbott 2003 ...................... Kris Ragone 2004 .....................Don Harrison 2005 ....... Jim and Carol Snyder 2006 ....Dave and Cindy Carlton 2007 ...................... Garrett Hyer 2008 ..................... Pam Womack 2009 ......................... Helen Cox 2010 .................. Roger Gilmore

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results 1901

1906

Record: 2-2 Coach: Seton Fleming Opponent Result Score DeLand L 4-6 DeLand W 9-6 DeLand L 6-11 DeLand W 15-7

Record: 14-6 Coach: Litchfield Cotton Opponent Result Score Ormond Hotel L 2-10 Ormond Hotel L 2-10 Kentucky Military Inst. W 7-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 4-3 Kentucky Military Inst. L 6-7 Kentucky Military Inst. W 12-8 at Fla. Seminary, So. 1 W 8-2 at Fla. Seminary, So. 1 L 4-5 at Bradenton L 0-2 at Bradenton L 4-6 Jacksnoville Tars L 0-10 Jacksonville Tars L 0-15 at U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 9-2 at U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 3-2 Fla. Seminary, So. 1 W 26-0 Fla. Seminary, So. 1 W 15-0 U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 10-1 U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 11-1 Ocoee W 18-1 Ormond Hotel W 1-0

1902 Record: 4-0 Coach: G.L. Odom Opponent Result Score Rollins 1 W 4-0 at Rollins W 9-6 Florida Agricultural 2 W 9-2 DeLand W 6-3 1-First Intercollegiate baseball game in Fla. 2-University of Florida

1903 Record: 5-1 Coach: Edward Oates Opponent Result Score East Fla. Semnary 1 W 1-0 Ormond Hotel L 5-7 at East Fla. Seminary 1 W 12-1 Ocala All-Stars W 12-0 Ocala All-Stars W 12-1 at DeLand W 10-8 1-Merged w/Florida Agricultural College in 1907 to become Univ. of Florida

1904 Record: 3-4 Coach: Frank Sears Opponent Result Score at Florida State Coll. L 2-3 U. of Florida, Lake City 1 L 1-4 Florida State College W 3-2 Florida Agricultural L 2-1 DeLand W 8-7 DeLand L 2-8 DeLand W 9-2 1- Changed named from Florida Agricultural College; now University of Florida

1905 Record: 16-4 Coach: Frank Sears Opponent Result Score Ormond Hotel L 2-6 Ormond Hotel L 2-13 at South Florida Military L 2-13 at South Florida Military W 1-0 East Florida Seminary 1 W 13-1 East Florida Seminary 1 W 10-7 Ormond Hotel L 3-6 Ormond Hotel W 8-3 South Florida Military W 7-0 South Florida Mlitary W 10-0 at U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 2-0 at U. of Florida, Lake City 2 L 1-2 at East Florida Seminary 1 W 6-2 at East Florida Seminary 1 W 6-1 Rollins W 8-3 Rollins W 9-0 U. of Florida, Lake City 2 W 3-1 W 8-0 U. of Florida, Lake City 2 Rollins W 3-2 Rollins W 15-2 1-Merged w/Florida Agricultural College in 1907 to become Univ. of Florida 2- Changed named from Florida Agricultural College; now University of Florida

1-Florida Southern University 2-Changed named from Florida Agricultural College; now University of Florida

1907 Record: 12-4 Coach: J.B. “Spec” Campbell Opponent Result Score Ormond Hotel L 2-9 Ormond Hotel L 7-10 Kentucky Military Inst. L 1-2 Kentucky Military Inst. W 2-0 at Kentucky Military Inst. L 3-4 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 4-2 Gainesville Oaks W 6-5 Gainesville Oaks W 6-3 Kentucky Military Inst. L 1-2 Kentucky Military Inst. W 6-2 University of Florida W 7-3 University of Florida W 21-2 Rollins W 10-2 Rollins W 14-2 at Rollins W 8-2 at Rollins W 5-1

1908 Record: 7-7 Coach: Ed Mickle Opponent Result Score at Seabreeze L 5-16 at Seabreeze L 3-8 Kentucky Military Inst. W 17-7 Kentucky Military Inst. W 3-0 Rollins L 2-5 Rollins W 9-2 Florida W 8-3 Florida W 8-3 at Rollins L 4-8 at Rollins L 1-5 at Florida L 5-7 at Florida W 9-4 Rollins L 3-6 Kentucky Military Inst. W 6-3

1909 Record: 6-3 Coach: Wilbur Tilden Opponent Result Score at Daytona L 8-9 at Orlando W 12-4 at Ormond Hotel W 9-2 at Ormond Hotel W 5-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 9-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 3-0

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W L L

4-1 3-8 2-11

1910 Record: 8-8-1 Coach: Edgar Garner Opponent Result Score at Ormond Hotel L 3-12 at Ormond Hotel W 6-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 6-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 3-1 at Southern College 1 W 2-0 at Southern College 1 W 6-4 Florida W 8-3 Florida W 9-4 at Ormond Hotel L 2-3 at Kentucky Military Inst. T 2-2 DeLand Outlaws L 6-7 at Ormond Hotel L 4-5 at Ormond Hotel L 3-4 at Florida W 4-1 at Florida L 2-4 Southern College 1 L 1-6 Southern College 1 L 2-7 1-Florida Southern University

1911 Record: 2-8 Coach: Edgar Garner Result Score Opponent Kentucky Military Inst. W 6-1 Kentucky Military Inst. L 1-2 Rollins L 3-15 Rollins L 1-3 at Kentucky Military Inst. L 0-1 at Ormond Hotel L 2-4 Southern College 1 W 9-6 Southern College 1 L 7-9 at Rollins L 2-5 at Rollins L 1-4 1-Florida Southern University

1912 Record: 9-8 Coach: Arthur Petty Opponent Result Score Florida Southern W 7-5 Florida Southern W 4-2 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 9-4 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 4-2 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 2-1 at Ormond Hotel L 2-11 at Ormond Hotel L 3-7 Florida L 0-8 Florida W 4-2 at Rollins L 2-4 at Rollins L 0-3 at Florida Southern W 3-1 at Florida Southern W 4-3 at Florida L 1-2 at Florida L 0-1 Rollins W 2-1 Rollins L 1-3

1913 Record: 14-3 Coach: Edgar Garner Opponent Result Score Kentucky Military Inst. W 12-3 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 5-1 Kentucky Military Inst. W 7-2 Florida Southern W 3-0 Florida Southern W 3-2 Ormond Hotel W 4-3 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 6-2 Rollins L 3-11 Rollins L 3-4 at Florida W 3-1

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at Florida at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Rollins at Rollins Florida at Kentucky Military Inst.

W W L W W W W

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

1914 Record: 12-6-1 Coach: J.H. Swink Opponent Result Score Kentucky Military Inst. W 14-2 Kentcuky Military Inst. W 6-0 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Florida Southern W 5-1 at Ormond Hotel W 6-5 Rollins W 3-0 Rollins L 4-8 at Kentucky Military Inst. W 13-1 at Ormond Hotel W 7-5 at Rollins L 3-5 at Rollins L 1-6 Jacksonville All-Stars T 1-1 at Ft. Meade W 14-3 Florida Southern W 3-2 Florida Southern W 8-3 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 12-5 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 8-4 Mercer L 3-11 Mercer L 1-13

1915

Record: 6-7-2 Coach: William Lourcey Opponent Result Score Kentucky Military Inst. T 3-3 Kentucky Military Inst. T 4-4 Kentucky Military Inst. W 7-5 Kentucky Military Inst. W 7-4 at Ft. Pierce All Stars W 2-0 at Ft. Pierce All Stars L 4-6 at Rollins L 2-5 at Rollins W 8-1 Rollins W 6-3 Rollins L 6-8 Brooklyn Superbas 1 L 1-5 Cuban All-Stars L 0-9 Brooklyn Superbas 1 L 0-17 1-Brooklyn Dodgers

1916 Record: 14-5 Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Opponent Result Score Brooklyn Superbas L 6-9 Kentucky Military Inst. W 7-3 Kentucky Military Inst. W 10-1 Kentucky Military Inst. W 8-4 Kentucky Military Inst. L 6-7 Florida Southern W 8-4 Florida Southern L 4-8 Rollins W 4-1 Rollins W 8-0 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Florida Southern L 1-2 at Rollins W 14-4 at Rollins W 9-2 at Jacksonville All-Stars W 9-2 at Jacksonville All-Stars W 5-4 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 13-1 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 11-7 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 24-7 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 16-12

1917 Record: 7-5 Coach: Williams “Dutch” Hollander Opponent Result Score Kentucky Military Inst. W 5-0

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results Kentucky Military Inst. at Ormond Hotel Keewatin (Wisc.) Keewatin (Wisc.) at Jacksonville All-Stars at Jacksonville All-Stars at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Gordon Military Coll. at Gordon Military Coll. at Gordon Military Coll.

W W W W W W L L L L L

7-2 13-0 17-2 3-2 14-5 2-1 0-4 3-4 2-3 1-6 5-6

1918 No Team (WW I)

1919 Record: 4-4 Coach: Henry St. Cyr Opponent Result Score Florida L 4-13 at Carlstrom Field L 3-6 at Winter Park All-Stars W 5-2 Carlstrom Field W 4-3 Winter Park All-Stars W 6-1 at Florida L 1-2 at Florida L 0-1 at St. Augustine (FSL) W 4-2

1920 Record: 3-5 Coaches: H.T. “Pug” Allen/ Thomas F. Chalker Opponent Result Score at Rollins W 5-4 at Rollins L 0-2 Florida W 4-3 Florida L 2-12 at Florida L 7-9 at Florida L 5-6 Rollins W 7-6 Rollins L 4-8

1921

Record: 7-7 Coaches: H.T. “Pug” Allen / Bert Higginbotham Opponent Result Score at Ormond Hotel W 4-0 at Florida Southern W 6-3 at Florida Southern W 4-3 at Carlstrom Field W 9-2 at Carlstrom Field W 14-8 at Rollins L 2-18 at Rollins L 0-3 at Daytona (FSL) L 5-6 Daytona (FSL) W 3-2 at Daytona (FSL) W 7-5 Rollins W N/A Rollins W N/A at St. Augustine (FSL) L 0-12 at St. Augustine (FSL) L 2-3

1922 Record: 4-9 Coaches: H.T. “Pug” Allen / Bert Higginbotham Opponent Result Score at Daytona (FSL) L 0-9 at Daytona (FSL) L 2-12 at Daytona (FSL) L 1-7 at Daytona (FSL) L 4-8 Philadelphia Athletics L 1-11 Rollins W N/A Rollins L N/A Florida L 5-10 Florida L 1-6 at Rollins W N/A at Rollins W N/A at Florida W 2-0 at Florida L 1-12

1923 Record: 6-6

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Coach: Edwin Whitnel Opponent Result Score at Ormond Hotel W 9-4 at Ormond Hotel L 4-5 at Florida Southern W 11-3 at Florida Southern W 8-2 Rollins W 9-1 Rollins L 1-7 Florida L 4-13 Florida W 2-1 at Florida L 5-10 at Florida L 1-10 at Rollins L N/A at Rollins W N/A

1924

Record: 2-5 Coach: Edwin Whitnel Opponent Result Score at Florida L 2-4 at Florida L 0-4 Howard College 1 W 1-0 Howard College 1 L 4-5 Trinity College 2 L 1-5 Florida W 7-3 Florida L 0-3 1-Samford University 2-Duke University

1925

Record: 0-2 Coach: Edwin Whitnel Opponent Result Score Florida L 1-5 Florida L 0-12 ***Baseball discontinued 1926-36***

1937 Record: 2-2 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Raiford Prison W 5-4 Rollins L 2-5 Rollins L 5-12 at Raiford Prison W 6-2

1938

Record: 4-6 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Rollins L 3-5 Rollins L 5-6 at Raiford Prison W 6-5 Florida W 7-5 at Florida L 0-7 Rollins L 5-7 at Raiford Prison W 10-1 Rollins W 14-10 at Rollins L 3-4 at Rollins L 2-5

1939 Record: 3-12 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Raiford Prison W 3-1 Georgia W 8-5 Georgia L 3-14 University of Havana L 5-7 University of Havana W 6-5 at Rollins L 5-14 Rollins L 5-7 at Florida L 4-14 Florida W 10-5 Tampa L 0-12 Rollins L 3-4 Rollins L 4-5 at Tampa L 0-6 at Rollins L 3-9 at Rollins L 2-5

1940

Record: 0-2 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score

at Raiford Prison Tampa

L L

4-5 2-4

1941-46 No baseball (WW II)

1947 Record: 4-9 Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result Score Rollins L 0-6 Banana River N.A.S. W 13-0 at Florida Southern L 4-7 at Miami (FL) L 1-5 at Miami (FL) W 5-2 at West Palm Beach JC W 8-4 at Rollins L 6-9 Tampa W 3-0 at Florida L 2-10 at Tampa L 3-15 Rollins L 6-19 Florida L 4-19 at Rollins L 4-14

1948 Record: 6-15 Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result Score Georgia Teachers 1 L 4-8 Georgia Teachers 1 L 7-17 DeLand Red Hats L 1-16 Wofford L 8-5 Wofford L 3-7 at Tampa W 12-6 at Georgia Teachers 1 L N/A at Georgia Teachers 1 L N/A at Mercer L N/A at Mercer L N/A Miami (FL) L 3-14 Miami (FL) L 0-3 Rollins L 2-8 Florida W 10-6 at Rollins L N/A at Florida Southern L 6-8 at Miami (FL) L 2-6 Tampa W 7-6 at Florida W 8-5 Florida Southern W 5-4 Jacksonville N.A.S. W 7-2 1-Georgia Southern University

1949 Record: 12-15 Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result Score at Troy State L 0-5 at Millsaps L 10-12 at Millsaps W 11-2 at Mississippi College W 10-9 at Mississippi College W 6-4 at Florida L 1-6 at Tampa W 10-6 at Orlando A.F.B. L 9-10 at Daytona Beach I’s L 1-6 at Jacksonville N.A.S. W 5-3 DeLand Red Hats L 6-7 Orlando A.F.B. W 22-12 Miami (FL) W 5-4 Miami (FL) W 9-8 Tampa L 1-4 at Rollins L 1-5 Florida State L 1-10 Florida State W 9-8 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 at Miami (FL) L 3-9 Florida L 0-2 at Florida Southern L 3-5 Rollins L 4-5 at Florida State W 4-2 at Florida State L 2-4 Florida Southern W 6-5 Jacksonville N.A.S. W 8-7

1950 Record: 8-13 Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result Score #2 Alabama W 3-2 #2 Alabama L 5-10 North Carolina State L 6-11 Florida Southern W 10-3 at Tampa L 3-4 Florida W 6-2 Florida State W 5-0 Florida State L 7-8 Rollins W 4-3 Tampa L 3-4 at Florida Southern L 5-9 at Miami (FL) L 4-5 at Miami (FL) L 7-10 Miami (FL) W 10-2 Miami (FL) L 7-13 at Rollins W 8-1 Jacksonville N.A.S. W 12-0 at Florida State L 10-15 at Florida State L 4-9 at Florida L 8-11 at Jacksonville N.A.S. L 7-10

1951 Record: 12-9 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Raiford Prison W 16-2 Georgia Tech L 7-18 Florida Southern W 13-11 at Miami (FL) W 6-3 at Miami (FL) W 7-3 at Patrick A.F.B. W 14-7 at Jacksonville N.A.S. L 0-5 Florida State W 3-0 Florida State W 3-2 at Florida Southern W 13-1 at Green Cove Navy L 2-4 Miami (FL) W 5-4 Miami (FL) W 13-8 at Rollins L 6-7 Florida L 9-24 Rollins W 9-5 Rollins L 3-4 at Florida State L 2-8 at Florida State W 7-5 at Rollins L 1-3 Florida L 4-8

1952 Record: 16-8 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Sanford Navy W 11-5 Sanford Navy W 17-4 at Jacksonville Navy L 8-11 at Raiford Prison W 5-2 South Georgia Teachers 1 W 16-4 South Georgia Teachers 1 W 12-1 Jacksonville Navy W 13-5 at Rollins W 4-3 at Rollins L 9-10 Florida State W 7-2 Florida State L 10-11 at Miami (FL) L 5-6 at Miami (FL) W 5-4 Miami (FL) W 4-2 Miami (FL) W 6-4 at Patrick A.F.B. W 10-8 Tampa W 13-6 Rollins W 6-3 Rollins L 4-11 at Tampa W 6-5 Florida Southern W 8-2 at Florida State L 2-4 at Florida Southern L 1-3 Patrick A.F.B. W 8-6 1-Georgia Southern University

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results 1953 Record: 11-15 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Deland Red Hats L 3-13 at Raiford Prison L 3-4 at Sanford Navy W 28-0 Georgia Tech W 8-6 Georgia Tech L 3-7 Amherst L 6-8 Amherst L 5-14 at Miami (FL) L 17-18 at Miami (FL) W 6-0 at Opa-Locka Marines W 6-0 Presbyterian (NC) W 15-7 Florida State L 7-14 Florida State L 2-8 Cincinnati L 3-4 Miami (FL) W 11-4 Miami (FL) L 0-12 Florida Southern W 5-3 at Florida State W 1-0 at Florida State L 6-9 Rollins L 0-11 Rollins L 3-18 Tampa W 11-7 at Rollins L 7-10 at Rollins W 10-8 at Florida Southern L 0-1 at Tampa W 12-4

at Miami (FL) at Florida Southern Rollins Rollins Florida State Florida State

L W L L L L

6-10 10-0 2-15 1-5 4-6 5-14

1956

1-Georgia Southern

1954

1957 Record: 7-17 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Miami (FL) W 9-1 Miami (FL) L 4-5 Ohio State L 5-13 Ohio State L 0-7 Georgia Tech L 2-9 Georgia Tech L 3-9 Florida State L 0-15 Florida State W 3-2 Rollins W 5-2 Amherst L 4-10 Amherst W 12-7 Ithaca L 3-5 Rollins L 3-6 Tampa W N/A at Georgia Teachers 1 L N/A at Georgia Teachers 1 L N/A at Rollins L N/A at Rollins L 11-12 at Tampa L N/A Georgia Teachers 1 W 2-0 Florida Southern L 2-6 at Miami (FL) W 11-6 at Miami (FL) L 7-9

1955

L L W L W L W

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

Record: 7-17 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Camp LeJune L 2-3 Florida Southern W 5-2 at Florida State L 0-17 at Florida State L 12-21 at Georgia Teachers 1 W N/A at Georgia Teachers 1 W N/A at Mercer W N/A at Mercer L N/A Valdosta State W 7-6 Valdosta State W 11-4 at Florida Southern W 10-3 at Florida Southern L 2-4 at Rollins L 4-6 Tampa L N/A at Rollins L 0-4 Florida Southern L 0-1 Rollins L 2-4 Tampa L 6-8 Tampa L 0-3 Rollins L 1-15 at Miami (FL) L 3-10 at Miami (FL) L 0-1 Georgia Teachers 1 L 4-17 Georgia Teachers 1 L 2-8

1960

1958

Record: 12-9-1 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Florida Southern L 3-5 Georgia Tech W 4-1 Georgia Tech W 10-2 at Valdosta State W 15-6 at Valdosta State W 18-2 Amherst L 2-5 Amherst W 5-4 Tampa W 11-4 Rollins L 7-9 Miami (FL) W 6-1 Miami (FL) W 6-5 Cincinnati T 9-9 at Tampa W 9-7 at Rollins L 1-4

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1961

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

Record: 6-17-1 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Jacksonville T 4-4 at Florida Southern L 5-6 at Tampa L 2-5 at Tampa L 2-20 at Tampa L 2-7 Amherst W 9-5 Amherst L 3-5 Mercer W 6-1 Miami (FL) L 7-14 Miami (FL) L 8-12 Miami (FL) L 2-7 at Jacksonville L 15-17 at Jacksonville L 2-4 at Jacksonville L 1-7 The Citadel L 6-15 Florida Southern L 6-7 Florida Southern W 2-1 Florida Southern L 0-5 at Rollins L 1-2 at Rollins W 8-3 at Rollins L 1-19 Valdosta State W 12-7 Pfeiffer W 3-2 Pfeiffer L 1-7

1963

1-Georgia Southern

Record: 12-11 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Miami (FL) W 7-5 Georgia Tech W 5-3 Georgia Tech L 4-14 Jacksonville W 13-0 at Georgia Teachers 1 W 11-1 at Georgia Teachers 1 L 6-8 at Valdosta State W 15-6 at Valdosta State W 3-1 Florida Southern L 0-6 at Florida Southern W 3-2 Rollins L 5-11 at Rollins L 2-5 at Rollins L 2-6 Rollins L 1-11 Georgia Teachers 1 W 11-1 Georgia Teachers 1 W 4-3

1-Georgia Southern

L W L L W L L

1962

1959

Record: 6-14 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score at Florida Southern L 6-7 Georgia Tech L 3-12 Georgia Tech L 8-9 Florida Southern L 0-7 Amherst L 2-4 Amherst W 4-1 Furman L 6-8 Mercer W 12-4 at Florida Southern L 4-6 Miami (FL) L 0-5 Miami (FL) W 6-3 at Jacksonville W 6-3 Rollins L 2-4 at Tampa W 12-5 at Tampa W 9-2 at Rollins L 10-11 at Rollins L 2-10 at Rollins L 1-5 at Miami (FL) L 0-6 at Miami (FL) L 1-8

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Florida Southern Rollins Jacksonville at Rollins at Florida Southern at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL)

1-Georgia Southern

Record: 7-12 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Georgia Teachers 1 W 7-6 Ohio State L 1-5 Ohio State W 10-8 Georgia Tech L 8-16 Georgia Tech L 0-1 Presbyterian (NC) L 4-9 American International W 11-8 Tampa W 16-7 Rollins L 0-11 at Miami (FL) L 7-8 at Miami (FL) L 3-4 Cincinnati L 5-8 at Florida State L 1-8 at Florida State L 2-23 Florida Southern W 14-13 at Rollins L 3-4 at Rollins L 3-5 at Florida Southern W 4-3 at Tampa W 6-4

Record: 14-13-1 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score DeLand Red Hats L 2-7 DeLand Red Hats W 7-6 DeLand Red Hats L 15-18 Lynchburg Cardinals L 3-14 at Sanford Navy W 4-2 at Sanford Navy W 15-1 Columbus Cardinals L 7-15 Ohio State L 5-6 Georgia Tech L 6-14 Georgia Tech T 4-4 Amherst L 7-10 at Florida Southern L 1-2 at Florida Southern W 3-1 at Florida State L 3-4 at Florida State W 8-4 at Miami (FL) L 1-5 at Miami (FL) W 12-3 Presbyterian (NC) W 15-10 Florida State W 7-3 Florida State W 7-0 Miami (FL) W 10-2 Miami (FL) W 8-6 at Rollins L 1-4 at Rollins L 5-6 Tampa W 12-2 Rollins L 1-3 Rollins W 4-3 at Tampa W 3-2

Record: 8-10 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Pinecastle A.F.B. W 20-8 Furman W 5-2 Furman L 5-8 Georgia Tech L 0-10 Georgia Tech L 4-7 Amherst W 6-5 at Florida State W 8-7 at Florida State L 2-16 at Miami (FL) L 0-6 at Florida Southern W 11-10 Centre College W 18-11 Miami (FL) W 20-8

Florida State Florida State at Florida Southern at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) Tampa at Tampa

‘00

Record: 5-20 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Valdosta State L 1-6 Valdosta State W 8-3 Yale L 3-6 Yale L 2-13 Pfeiffer L 0-7 Pfeiffer L 2-7 Hampden-Sydney W 5-3 Hampden-Sydney L 1-4 Amherst W 10-2 Amherst L 5-15 Rollins L 3-6 Rollins W 4-0 Rollins L 1-5 Tampa L 0-2 Tampa L 4-7 Tampa L 1-2 at Miami (FL) L 2-11 at Miami (FL) L 0-1 at Miami (FL) L 0-7 Jacksonville W 4-3 Jacksonville L 1-6 Jacksonville L 0-7 at Florida Southern L 2-16 at Florida Southern L 1-11 at Florida Southern L 2-4

1964

Record: 7-14 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Score Valdosta State L 2-6 Valdosta State L 0-12 Hampden-Sydney L 3-7 Spring Arbor College W 9-0 Pfeiffer W 6-5 Pfeiffer W 5-4 at Florida Southern L 3-4 Florida Southern L 0-11 Florida Southern L 2-11 Rollins W 14-10 Rollins L 2-8 at Rollins L 1-7

‘05

‘06

‘07

63


Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results Tampa at Tampa at Tampa Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Jacksonville

W W L L L L W L L

8-6 8-7 1-7 4-12 4-13 1-4 4-3 2-4 3-8

1965 Record: 11-19 Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Score at Florida Presbyterian 1 W 10-1 Kentucky W 7-4 Valdosta State W 9-2 Valdosta State L 7-10 Berry (GA) W 7-3 Berry (GA) L 3-5 Yale L 3-9 Yale L 1-11 David Lipscomb L 1-3 Georgia Tech L 1-11 Florida Presbyterian 1 W 10-1 Hampden-Sydney W 2-1 Hampden-Sydney W 5-2 Delaware L 0-11 Delaware L 4-13 Jacksonville L 6-9 Jacksonville W 4-2 at Jacksonville L 0-7 Florida Southern L 0-7 at Florida Southern W 3-1 at Florida Southern L 0-3 at Rollins L 1-4 Rollins L 1-7 Rollins W 6-5 at Tampa L 1-11 Tampa W 1-2 Tampa L 1-5 at Miami (FL) L 1-15 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 at Miami (FL) W 8-6 1-Eckerd College

1966 Record: 8-19-1 Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Score Florida Presbyterian 1 W 2-1 at Florida Presbyterian 1 W 5-2 Valdosta State L 4-5 South Florida W 3-1 Yale L 3-8 Yale L 0-5 Amherst W 9-6 Amherst L 0-5 Davidson L 4-11 Hampden-Sydney L 2-5 Hampden-Sydney L 5-7 at South Florida L 3-5 Pembroke State L 2-7 Harvard L 0-10 Harvard L 0-11 Rollins L 3-6 at Rollins L 1-5 at Rollins L 1-9 at Florida Southern L 2-7 Florida Southern L 2-9 Florida Southern W 8-7 at Jacksonville L 1-16 Tampa L 6-7 at Tampa W 6-4 at Tampa L 5-6 Jacksonville W 3-1 Mercer T 1-1 Mercer W 2-1 1-Eckerd College

1967

64

Record: 8-19 Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Score St. Leo W 2-1 at St. Leo L 1-8 Connecticut L 0-11 Connecticut L 1-15 U.S. Coast Guard Acad. W 3-2 Rider W 2-1 Rider L 0-3 Eastern Michigan W 7-1 Eastern Michigan W 3-2 at South Florida L 4-7 Harvard L 2-7 Harvard L 3-8 Florida Presbyterian 1 W 12-3 at Tampa W 12-2 Tampa L 1-3 Tampa W 12-3 at Rollins L 0-4 Rollins L 1-6 Rollins L 2-7 Florida Southern L 1-3 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Florida Southern L 0-7 Jacksonville L 0-1 at Mercer L 1-2 at Mercer L 3-10 Miami (FL) L 0-9 Miami (FL) L 5-10 1-Eckerd College

1968 Record: 7-20 Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Score Pennsylvania W 3-1 David Lipscomb L 3-8 David Lipscomb L 3-9 Yale L 8-13 Yale L 2-7 South Florida L 4-9 Amherst L 2-7 Amherst W 4-2 Princeton W 7-5 Princeton L 2-15 Harvard L 2-9 Harvard L 6-7 at Florida Presbyterian 1 W 7-1 at Florida Southern L 1-2 Florida Southern W 6-2 Florida Southern L 0-14 U.S. Coast Guard Acad. L 5-10 Tampa W 14-12 at Tampa L 0-2 at Tampa L 3-4 Rollins L 1-15 at Rollins L 0-1 at Rollins L 0-1 Mercer W 8-3 Mercer L 4-7 at Jacksonville L 1-9 at Miami (FL) L 1-2 1-Eckerd College

1969 Record: 26-13 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score at South Florida W 16-9 Tampa W 3-1 Tampa L 6-7 Pennsylvania W 4-1 Pennsylvania W 3-0 St. Leo L 0-5 at St. Leo W 12-5 at St. Leo W 2-0 Yale W 2-1 Yale L 2-9 David Lipscomb W 12-3 David Lipscomb W 5-2 Toledo W 5-2

Toledo Toledo Amherst Amherst Harvard Harvard Belmont Abbey U.S. Coast Guard Acad. Rollins at Rollins at Rollins Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Tampa at South Florida Florida Presbyterian 1 Miami (FL) Miami (FL) at Jacksonville at Mercer at Mercer at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech at Florida Presbyterian 1 Jacksonville

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

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

1-Eckerd College

1970 Record: 34-14 Coach: Jim Ward NCAA Atlantic Regional Opponent Result Score Florida L 0-3 at Florida W 7-4 Furman W 3-2 Furman W 4-3 Furman W 3-2 Pennsylvania W 6-5 Pennsylvania W 10-4 Louisville W 20-5 Louisville W 4-0 at South Florida L 4-11 David Lipscomb L 7-9 David Lipscomb W 8-1 Yale W 9-3 Yale W 7-1 Yale W 6-1 Taylor W 4-3 at Florida State L 0-1 William & Mary W 5-4 William & Mary W 6-2 Taylor W 4-2 Glassboro State W 1-0 Amherst W 7-0 Amherst L 0-1 Hillsdale W 10-1 Hillsdale W 12-2 Cornell W 14-0 at Jacksonville W 10-7 Florida Presbyterian 1 W 10-0 St. Leo L 1-4 South Florida W 9-6 St. Leo W 5-1 at Florida Southern L 1-7 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 Florida Southern W 7-2 at Tampa W 2-1 at Tampa W 11-1 at Rollins W 11-4 Jacksonville L 8-9 Mercer W 6-2 Mercer W 3-2 at Florida Presbyterian 1 W 8-0 Rollins W 5-0 at Rollins L 4-5 at The Citadel L 2-4 at The Citadel W 10-1 NCAA Atlantic Regional at Ft. Eustis, VA vs. Ithaca L 2-4 vs. Florida Southern L 4-5

1-Eckerd College

1971 Record: 25-16 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score at St. Leo L 12-15 South Florida L 1-5 Union (KY) W 5-1 Louisville W 12-5 Louisville W 13-2 Florida L 8-9 Florida L 0-11 David Lipscomb W 9-8 Pennsylvania L 1-3 Pennsylvania W 2-0 David Lipscomb L 12-15 Cincinnati W 6-5 Amherst W 3-2 Amherst L 2-7 Vanderbilt W 5-4 MacMurray W 6-3 MacMurray W 5-2 Brown W 5-2 St. Leo W 4-0 Biscayne College 1 W 3-2 at Mercer W 4-2 at Mercer W 10-1 at Lewis College W 7-6 at Georgia Southern L 2-4 at Georgia Southern W 5-4 Florida Southern W 2-0 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Florida Presbyterian 2 W 10-0 at South Florida L 1-3 Georgia Southern W 5-1 Georgia Southern L 5-9 Rollins W 3-0 at Rollins W 7-6 at Florida State L 0-2 at Florida State L 0-1 Florida Presbyterian 2 W 4-1 Rollins L 3-6 Jacksonville W 7-3 at Jacksonville L 0-1 Miami (FL) W 2-0 Miami (FL) L 3-4 1-St. Thomas University 2-Eckerd College

1972 Record: 28-17 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Florida State L 3-6 Florida State L 1-7 at St. Leo W 5-3 Union (KY) W 5-1 Marshall W 6-5 Florida W 2-0 Marshall W 6-5 at Florida L 0-1 Austin Peay L 6-9 Austin Peay W 6-1 Pennsylvania W 2-0 David Lipscomb L 0-1 David Lipscomb W 6-2 Wabash W 3-1 Wabash W 8-3 Cincinnati W 7-1 Bowling Green W 3-1 Connecticut W 3-0 Connecticut W 4-0 Glassboro State W 4-3 Glassboro State W 8-0 Glassboro State W 5-4 Amherst W 1-0 Amherst L 1-2 at Georgia State W 18-6 Hillsdale W 20-0 at Georgia State W 4-2 at Furman W 6-3

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results at South Carolina at South Carolina at Georgia Southern at Jacksonville at Florida Southern Florida Southern at South Florida at St. Leo at Rollins Rollins Rollins Jacksonville South Florida at Biscayne College 1 at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Jacksonville

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

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

1-St. Thomas Universty

1973 Record: 24-22 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Georgia Southern L 1-8 Georgia Southern L 1-5 Georgia Southern L 0-4 St. Leo L 2-3 Miami (FL) L 0-7 Miami (FL) L 0-4 Miami (FL) W 4-2 Columbia W 7-5 David Lipscomb W 16-5 David Lipscomb L 0-1 Pennsylvania W 5-4 Pennsylvania L 16-17 Ohio State L 0-2 Ohio State W 2-1 South Carolina L 4-6 Glassboro State W 5-3 Glassboro State W 7-6 Georgia W 4-3 Ohio U. W 3-2 Delaware L 3-6 Delaware W 5-4 Miami (OH) L 2-4 Amherst W 7-1 Amherst W 3-1 Amherst L 1-3 at Georgia Southern L 1-5 at Georgia Southern L 3-8 at Georgia W 6-4 at Furman W 14-11 at Furman W 8-6 at South Carolina W 4-1 at Georgia Tech L 3-12 at Georgia Tech L 2-4 Rollins L 8-9 Rollins W 5-4 Florida W 6-5 at Florida W 6-2 at South Florida W 3-2 South Florida W 8-1 at Florida Southern W 3-1 at Rollins L 0-3 Jacksonville L 4-5 Jacksonville L 2-8 at Jacksonville L 1-2 at Florida State W 7-6 at Florida State W 5-4

1974 Record: 30-13 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Temple W 10-1 Temple W 2-0 Michigan W 3-1 Richmond W 3-2 Richmond W 4-0 North Carolina L 1-2 North Carolina W 6-0 Pennsylvania L 0-2

Columbia Tennessee Tennessee Kentucky Delaware Miami (OH) Kentucky Delaware Glassboro State Glassboro State Amherst Amherst Amherst South Florida South Florida Jacksonville at The Citadel at UNC-Wilimington at UNC-Wilimington at South Carolina at South Carolina at Furman at Furman at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Rollins Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Florida at Florida at Rollins at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL)

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

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

1975 Record: 28-19 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score at Florida W 3-1 Florida W 5-4 at Tampa L 6-8 Tampa W 5-0 Florida Tech 1 L 7-8 Michigan W 2-1 Miami (FL) L 5-12 Miami (FL) L 2-5 Michigan W 6-5 Wabash W 5-3 Wabash W 11-2 North Carolina W 5-2 North Carolina L 3-7 Yale W 10-3 Yale W 16-0 Temple L 8-9 Temple W 9-5 Seton Hall W 9-2 South Carolina L 2-4 Miami (OH) W 5-1 Seton Hall L 4-11 South Carolina W 7-6 Miami (OH) L 2-3 Tennessee L 3-9 Amherst W 15-1 Amherst W 10-2 Amherst W 8-5 at South Florida W 3-0 Florida International W 6-1 Florida International W 5-3 at Jacksonville W 3-1 at Jacksonville W 9-2 Florida Southern L 1-5 at Georgia Southern W 7-2 at Georgia Southern L 6-7 at Mercer L 5-7 South Florida W 9-5 at Florida State L 2-6 at Florida State L 3-5 at Florida A&M W 4-3 at Florida Southern L 5-6 South Alabama L 2-3

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‘88

South Alabama at Florida Tech 1 Jacksonville Rollins at Rollins

W W W L L

2-1 15-9 5-2 7-8 1-4

1-University of Central Florida

1976 Record: 23-15 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Southwestern Louisiana W 9-4 Furman L 4-7 Furman L 2-4 Duke W 11-3 Duke W 4-0 Yale W 11-1 Yale W 16-1 Wabash W 6-0 Clemson W 3-1 at South Alabama L 3-11 at South Alabama L 8-10 at West Florida W 1-0 at West Florida W 1-0 at Florida State L 4-10 at Florida State L 0-12 Williams W 11-0 Air Force W 8-1 Air Force W 5-4 Florida State W 11-10 Florida State W 9-5 South Florida L 0-7 Cornell W 2-1 Cornell W 7-3 Rollins W 4-2 Florida W 2-1 at Rollins L 7-8 at Florida L 8-10 Jacksonville L 3-6 at Jacksonville W 7-0 Florida Southern L 8-10 at Florida Tech 1 W 9-3 at South Florida W 6-2 Georgia Southern W 5-4 Georgia Southern L 3-5 at Miami (FL) L 5-6 Florida Tech L 1-4 at Miami (FL) L 1-14 at Florida W 7-0

St. Leo St. Leo at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern Florida Union (KY) Biscayne College 2 Biscayne College 2 Siena Siena at Tampa Jacksonville Jacksonville Rollins at Florida Florida Tech 1 at Jacksonville Florida International South Alabama South Alabama South Florida South Florida at Rollins

1977

‘89

‘90

‘00

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

1-University of Central Florida 2-St. Thomas University

1978

1-University of Central Florida

Record: 34-15 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Miami (FL) W 7-6 Miami (FL) L 0-6 at Tampa W 11-0 Ball State W 9-4 LaSalle W 9-3 UNC-Wilmington W 10-7 UNC-Wilmington W 9-0 North Carolina W 7-5 Shippensburg State W 19-3 Michigan W 4-1 Michigan L 2-3 Wabash W 15-3 Widener W 13-8 Missouri L 1-4 at New Orleans L 3-4 at New Orleans L 1-2 Illinois (at UNO) W 10-5 at Tulane L 4-6 at Tulane L 1-6 MacMurray W 15-1 Tennessee W 7-5 Williams W 2-0 Northwestern W 14-2 at South Florida W 14-8 at Florida Tech 1 W 5-3

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

Record: 33-17 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score at Florida Tech 1 L 3-5 Mercer W 7-5 Ball State W 6-5 Wheaton W 7-3 St. Leo L 2-3 Old Dominion L 5-7 Old Dominion W 15-4 William & Mary W 9-1 Eckerd W 9-3 Rollins W 7-2 Tufts W 5-1 Tennessee Wesleyan W 3-2 Tennessee Wesleyan W 7-1 Wisconsin W 4-3 Wisconsin W 12-10 Siena L 1-2 Georgia Southern L 3-14 Georgia Southern L 7-8 Georgia Southern W 10-3 Williams W 15-3 Delaware L 9-11 Siena W 5-4 Notre Dame W 8-2 at South Carolina L 2-3 at Furman W 5-2 at Newberry L 2-3 at Furman W 6-5 at Mercer-Atlanta W 10-0

‘05

‘06

‘07

65


Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results at Mercer-Atlanta at Georgia Tech South Florida at Tampa at Tampa F.I.T. at Rollins at South Florida F.I.T. at St. Leo at South Florida at Jacksonville

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

10-6 5-4 13-6 6-11 4-6 15-3 1-3 6-4 12-0 4-5 1-4 1-4

at New Orleans at Rollins at Baptist College 1 at Baptist College 1 at Baptist College 1 at The Citadel at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Mercer at Jacksonville Florida Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Florida International Florida International Jacksonville

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

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

1-Charleston Southern University

1980

at Jacksonville at Eckerd at Florida at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Florida International at Florida International South Florida Florida Tech 1 Jacksonville

W W W L L W W W W W

9-4 9-4 13-11 2-10 4-5 9-6 15-11 4-2 10-3 3-0

1-University of Central Florida

1979 Record: 26-24 Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result Score Ball State L 1-2 Mercer L 6-9 at South Florida L 0-2 at South Florida L 0-1 Old Dominion W 5-0 Old Dominion W 7-1 William & Mary W 8-6 William & Mary W 19-1 Rollins L 5-8 David Lipscomb W 4-3 David Lipscomb L 6-10 Delaware State W 21-8 Xavier (OH) W 8-7 Xavier (OH) W 7-5 Yale L 6-7 Yale W 15-9 South Florida L 4-7 South Florida W 7-6 Ohio State W 17-1 Kentucky Wesleyan W 8-4 Maryland W 2-0 Kentucky W 12-3 Seton Hall W 8-3 Delaware W 8-5 Delaware L 1-9 Notre Dame L 11-19 at Florida State W 14-8 at South Alabama W 9-5 at South Alabama W 11-10 at Tulane L 2-12 at Tulane W 8-6 at New Orleans L 1-13 at New Orleans L 3-15

66

Record: 34-18 Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score at Florida Southern L 1-9 at UCF W 3-2 North Carolina L 0-4 North Carolina W 6-1 Widener W 6-1 Rollins W 10-2 David Lipscomb L 7-10 Delaware State W 12-0 Delaware State W 24-0 Columbia W 9-1 Milton W 3-2 Milton W 4-0 Austin Peay W 14-4 Clemson L 7-10 Kentucky W 4-3 Kentucky W 9-5 Cornell W 7-4 Georgia Southern L 7-11 Georgia Southern W 5-4 Georgia Southern L 1-3 Cornell W 6-0 Stetson Invitational Virginia Tech W 18-9 Pittsburgh W 11-3 Indiana W 8-0 Pittsburgh W 22-2 Virginia Tech W 5-4 Indiana L 1-2 Pittsburgh W 4-0 at Georgia L 2-6 at Georgia L 5-7 at Furman W 9-6 at Furman W 16-3 at Mercer-Atlanta W 6-2 at Mercer-Atlanta W 19-1 South Florida W 16-3 South Florida L 3-15 Siena W 13-4 Siena L 7-9 Georgia State W 6-5

Georgia State at South Florida at South Florida at Rollins Jacksonville UCF at Florida at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Florida

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

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

1981 Record: 36-20 Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result at UCF W Furman W Furman W Campbell W Campbell W Methodist W Old Dominion W Milton W North Carolina L at Rollins L Milton W Widener W David Lipscomb W Stetson Invitational Army L Louisville W Delaware L Louisville L Army W Delaware W Louisville W Delaware W Rider W Bradley W Bradley W Bradley W Ohio W St. Xavier W Ohio L Ohio W at The Citadel L at South Carolina L at UNC-Wilmington L at UNC-Wilmington L at Pembroke State W Miami (FL) L Miami (FL) L Miami (FL) W Florida A&M W Florida A&M W UCF L South Florida L South Florida W South Florida W Jacksonville W at Georgia Southern W at Georgia Southern L at Georgia Southern L at Jacksonville L Bethune-Cookman W Bethune-Cookman W Rollins W at South Florida W at South Florida W at South Florida L Florida L Florida L

1982 Record: 40-18 Coach: Pete Dunn NCAA Atlantic Regional

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

Opponent Result Score at Florida A&M W 12-5 at Florida A&M W 9-3 at Florida A&M W 5-3 Ferris State W 12-7 South Florida L 9-14 South Florida L 2-3 Ferris State W 6-2 Seton Hall L 3-5 Methodist W 7-6 Liberty Baptist 1 W 7-0 Detroit W 9-5 Detroit W 4-3 North Carolina W 11-0 North Carolina W 3-1 Old Dominion L 3-17 Georgetown W 10-3 Georgetown W 17-1 David Lipscomb L 8-9 Stetson Invitational Yale W 8-3 Mercer W 9-8 Maryland W 11-6 Mercer L 6-7 Yale W 20-7 Maryland W 12-2 Maryland W 6-4 Mercer W 8-2 Drexel W 15-1 Northwestern W 10-1 Georgia Southern W 10-2 Northwestern W 12-5 Georgia Southern L 5-9 Georgia Southern L 0-4 Jacksonville W 10-1 Jacksonville W 7-0 at Mercer L 5-12 at Georgia State W 17-4 SUNY-Stonybrook W 19-1 at Bethune-Cookman W 7-0 at Bethune-Cookman W 7-1 Brown W 10-5 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 at Miami (FL) L 7-14 at Miami (FL) W 4-2 Flagler W 9-2 Florida W 9-7 at Florida W 16-9 at Jacksonville W 9-5 at Jacksonville L 3-4 at Rollins L 0-1 at South Florida L 1-4 at South Florida L 2-6 Rollins W 6-2 Bethune-Cookman W 5-2 Bethune-Cookman L 4-6 NCAA Atlantic Regional at Miami, FL Miami (FL) L 2-18 Florida W 5-4 South Florida W 6-5 Miami (FL) L 3-15 1-Liberty Unversity

1983 Record: 31-20 Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score at South Florida W 5-4 at South Florida W 9-4 Florida A&M W 12-2 Florida A&M W 16-0 at Rollins L 2-4 Florida L 5-6 Detroit W 10-9 Detroit W 10-0 Stetson Invitational Campbell L 4-5 Georgetown L 1-3 James Madison L 4-5 Campbell W 7-5 Georgetown W 4-3 James Madison W 14-2

NCAA REGIONALS ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07


Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results Campbell James Madison George Washington South Carolina Virginia Sacred Heart Michigan Columbia Mercer-Atlanta Mercer-Atlanta Drexel Worcester State Toledo Toledo at Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) at Rollins at Bethune-Cookman at Bethune-Cookman at Florida International at Florida International Flagler at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Flagler at Florida at Florida International at Florida International Jacksonville at South Florida at South Florida

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

4-3 17-5 5-2 2-8 10-1 4-3 10-6 10-1 8-1 5-4 27-1 8-2 11-8 3-7 5-6 2-10 8-16 2-19 12-18 5-4 8-15 6-14 3-6 6-7 7-3 5-4 3-5 3-1 1-4 9-12 10-6 1-5 8-6 9-3 14-8 10-0 2-0

1984 Record: 46-13 Coach: Pete Dunn NCAA South II Regional Opponent Result Score Georgia Southern W 5-3 Georgia Southern L 8-9 Georgia Southern W 10-8 at Florida A&M W 11-1 South Florida W 4-2 South Florida L 2-4 Bethune-Cookman W 11-1 Bethune-Cookman W 7-0 at South Florida W 13-7 at South Florida L 7-12 North Carolina W 11-10 Florida W 6-4 Eastern Michigan W 17-4 Villanova W 11-5 David Lipscomb W 10-6 Creighton W 4-1 Princeton W 10-2 Tennessee L 5-8 Indiana W 8-5

Creighton W 11-2 Lafayette W 10-2 Lafayette W 17-0 Stetson Invitational Mercer W 9-5 Iowa W 6-2 Vermont W 3-2 Iowa W 10-4 Mercer W 8-4 Vermont W 6-3 Vermont W 13-0 Mercer W 13-4 St. Xavier W 10-2 St. Xavier W 16-0 Florida International L 2-4 Florida International W 3-2 at Flagler W 11-5 at Bethune-Cookman W 16-0 at Bethune-Cookman W 21-9 Florida A&M W 13-1 Florida A&M W 8-7 at Florida L 3-14 Flagler W 11-3 Florida A&M W 10-2 Florida A&M W 10-3 at Jacksonville L 2-9 at Jacksonville W 22-3 Siena W 12-11 Jacksonville L 0-4 Jacksonville W 5-4 Siena W 6-5 at Miami (FL) L 3-7 at Miami (FL) L 1-11 at Miami (FL) L 4-5 Rollins W 12-3 Rollins W 7-2 at Florida International W 8-7 at Florida International W 6-4 NCAA South I I Regional at Tallahassee, FL Florida State W 10-7 Miami (FL) L 8-13 South Alabama L 9-10

1985

Record: 38-23 Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score North Carolina W 5-2 North Carolina L 1-3 West Florida W 15-8 Georgia L 1-5 Georgia L 1-2 Florida L 3-8 at South Florida W 7-3 at South Florida L 5-7 at UCF L 1-9 UCF W 7-6 at Jacksonville W 10-6 at Jacksonville W 5-0 Florida A&M W 5-3 Florida A&M W 4-3 Flagler W 9-0 at Flagler L 1-3 Boston College W 18-8 Oklahoma State W 11-6 Richmond L 9-10 Oklahoma State L 3-15 Central Michigan L 6-11 Indiana L 10-11 Ithaca W 8-0 Central Michigan W 5-3 Yale W 7-1 Stetson Invitational Bradley W 9-3 Massachusetts W 19-2 Wisconsin W 7-5 Massachusetts W 7-3 Bradley W 8-6 Wisconsin L 0-2 Bradley L 2-3 Massachusetts W 8-7 Brown W 14-1 Brown W 8-6

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St. Xavier St. Xavier Toledo Toledo Florida International Florida International Delaware Calvin College at Florida A&M at Florida A&M South Florida South Florida Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Rollins at Rollins at UCF at Florida UCF at Florida International at Florida International Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Jacksonville Jacksonville

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

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

at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) Flagler at Flagler at Rollins Jacksonville Jacksonville at South Florida at South Florida

L L L W L L L W L W

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

1987 Record: 37-22, 12-6 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score at Florida International W 6-4 at Florida International L 0-3 UCF L 9-10 at UCF L 6-15 at South Florida L 1-5

1986 Record: 36-22 Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score SW Louisiana L 6-8 SW Louisiana W 6-1 Florida A&M W 9-3 Florida A&M W 5-2 UCF W 3-1 Rollins W 10-9 at Jacksonville L 4-10 at Jacksonville W 9-5 at UCF L 3-7 Georgia Southern W 3-2 Georgia Southern L 0-9 Villanova W 14-3 at Florida International W 7-3 at Florida International W 6-4 St. Joseph’s W 16-8 St. Joseph’s W 7-1 St. Joseph’s W 10-7 Bethune-Cookman W 27-2 Ithaca W 4-3 Yale W 8-1 Mercer W 19-3 Columbia W 9-2 Mercer W 13-5 Utica W 7-3 Best in the West Tournament Brigham Young L 4-9 Cal-St. Fullerton L 4-12 Nevada-Reno W 6-2 Washington State L 1-12 Fresno State W 5-4 Nebraska L 5-16 Stetson Invitational Virginia Tech W 10-3 Rider W 5-0 Iowa W 10-4 Rider L 0-1 Virginia Tech W 15-13 Iowa W 13-2 Virginia Tech L 2-5 Rider W 5-0 Bethune-Cookman W 19-0 at Bethune-Cookman W 21-4 Florida International L 1-10 Florida International L 3-10 at Florida A&M W 19-0 at Florida A&M W 7-2 South Florida W 5-2 South Florida L 10-17 UCF L 2-5 at UCF L 4-13

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results Mercer L 4-12 at Mercer W 13-7 at Mercer L 0-3 at Mercer W 9-2 at UCF W 15-7 Rollins W 8-6 A-Sun Tournament at Statesboro, GA Hardin-Simmons W 16-4 Georgia Southern L 0-18 Hardin-Simmons W 10-8 Georgia Southern L 6-8 at Rollins W 8-4 at Jacksonville W 8-5 at Jacksonville L 2-5 at South Florida L 0-4 at South Florida L 2-7

1988 Record: 35-26, 9-8 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA East Regional Opponent Result Score Flagler W 6-0 at South Florida L 9-10 at South Florida W 7-6 Florida International W 4-3 Florida International W 3-1 UCF W 7-2 at UCF L 1-12 South Florida L 8-9 South Florida W 8-3 at Rollins L 3-5 Florida W 6-3 Flagler W 18-7 Eckerd L 6-7 at Jacksonville L 1-6 at Jacksonville L 1-4 at Florida L 0-6 Ithaca W 6-2 at Florida International W 7-6 at Florida International L 2-6 Yale L 3-5 St. Xavier W 12-4 St. Xavier W 3-2 Samford L 0-2 Samford W 2-1 Samford W 7-6 SW Missouri L 0-9 Massachusetts W 7-6 SW Missouri W 4-3 SW Missouri W 6-3 at Mercer L 3-11 at Mercer L 3-7 at Mercer L 7-10 Harvard W 6-5 Brown W 3-2 Florida A&M W 12-7 Georgia Southern L 0-7 Georgia Southern L 4-7 Georgia Southern L 6-10 North Florida L 9-14 Mercer W 6-1 Mercer W 9-6 Mercer W 4-1 at Georgia Southern L 0-4 at Georgia Southern W 12-11 at Georgia Southern W 12-3 at UCF W 9-7 UCF L 5-12 at Samford W 10-3 at Samford W 10-4 A-Sun Tournament at Shreveport, LA Centenary W 4-2 Georgia Southern W 5-1 Georgia Southern W 5-3 Rollins L 1-5 Jacksonville W 5-4 Jacksonville L 1-3 Miami (FL) L 4-6 NCAA East Regional at Tallahassee, FL

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

1989 Record: 38-23, 13-5 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun East Champions A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional Opponent Result Score Flagler W 2-0 at Florida International L 2-3 at Florida International W 5-4 Florida L 8-10 at UCF L 3-9 at South Florida L 5-6 at South Florida L 3-4 UCF W 6-4 Jacksonville L 4-6 Jacksonville W 1-0 Villanova W 3-1 Rollins W 6-4 Florida International W 4-2 Florida International L 2-3 St. Joseph’s W 3-1 St. Joseph’s W 10-0 Indiana-Purdue W 7-2 Michigan L 1-10 St. Xavier L 5-7 St. Xavier W 3-2 Ithaca W 8-7 Indiana W 3-2 Samford W 3-2 Samford W 3-2 Samford W 6-3 SW Missouri W 6-1 Xavier (OH) W 11-4 Wright State W 12-4 SW Missouri L 2-5 Mercer W 11-1 Mercer L 6-12 Mercer W 2-0 North Florida W 3-2 at Miami (FL) L 3-5 at Miami (FL) W 9-8 at Georgia Southern L 0-3 at Georgia Southern L 0-5 at Georgia Southern L 4-5 at Mercer W 9-2 at Mercer W 2-1 at Jacksonville L 2-7 at Jacksonville W 6-1 at UCF L 0-9 Georgia Southern W 5-1 Georgia Southern W 6-5 Georgia Southern L 6-13 UCF L 7-10 at Samford W 12-1 at Samford W 5-4 at Samford W 12-2 Mercer W 8-1 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Arkansas-Little Rock W 8-2 Centenary W 10-7 Centenary W 5-4 South Florida L 5-6 South Florida W 5-1 at Florida L 2-8 at Rollins W 11-2 NCAA Atlantic Regional at Tallahassee, FL Clemson L 2-6 Rider W 13-6 Clemson L 5-13

1990 Record: 33-31, 10-8 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional

Opponent Result Score Flagler W 19-1 at Florida International L 2-8 at Florida International L 7-8 at North Florida W 6-5 Wake Forest W 5-2 Wake Forest W 5-4 at Rollins L 3-13 South Florida W 5-1 South Florida L 2-17 Florida L 0-11 at Jacksonville W 6-3 at Jacksonville L 1-2 Florida International W 6-4 Florida International W 8-7 Miami (FL) L 1-4 Miami (FL) L 4-5 Xavier L 0-4 Samford W 9-8 Samford W 13-6 Samford L 3-16 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 13-12 Ithaca W 6-2 St. Xavier W 5-2 Wisconsin-Milwaukee W 14-7 at South Florida L 4-5 at South Florida L 1-9 Drexel W 3-1

Rider L 6-11 Hardin-Simmons W 16-7 at Mercer W 6-1 at Mercer W 7-4 at Mercer W 13-4 Harvard W 7-3 Harvard W 8-4 Eastern Illinois L 1-8 at Georgia Southern L 0-3 at Georgia Southern L 7-8 at Georgia Southern L 0-4 UCF L 6-15 at UCF L 3-4 Mercer W 7-2 Mercer W 10-3 Mercer W 2-0 SE Louisiana W 6-2 UCF L 8-9 at Samford W 7-4 at Samford W 4-3 at Samford L 5-6 North Florida L 2-5 at Flagler W 9-6 at UCF L 1-2 Georgia Southern L 6-9 Georgia Southern L 2-9 Georgia Southern L 3-6 A-Sun Tournament at Shreveport, LA Centenary W 14-10 Arkansas-Little Rock W 11-8 Georgia Southern L 2-5 Georgia Southern W 15-4 Jacksonville W 8-1 Jacksonville W 3-2

Rollins L 3-11 Florida L 3-7 NCAA Atlantic Regional at Miami, FL Miami (FL) L 3-4 North Carolina State L 2-13

1991 Record: 36-22-1, 13-5 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun East Champs Opponent Result Score at South Florida L 7-9 at South Florida W 6-0 South Florida L 3-4 South Florida W 6-5 North Florida L 5-6 Jacksonville L 2-4 at Miami (FL) L 1-8 at Miami (FL) L 0-2 at Rollins W 8-4 Rollins L 2-9 Wisconsin W 4-3 Wisconsin W 6-0 Wisconsin W 5-1 Furman W 16-0 Northeastern Illinois W 20-4 at Florida L 3-6 Northeastern Illinois W 4-1 at Jacksonville L 5-8 George Mason W 10-5 Liberty W 3-1 George Mason W 11-2 Yale W 7-3 at Georgia Southern W 15-3 at Georgia Southern W 4-1 at Georgia Southern W 5-3 Massachusetts W 5-3 Wright State L 9-21 Mercer W 8-4 Mercer W 7-6 Mercer W 7-2 Eastern Illinois W 8-3 St. Xavier L 5-19 Harvard W 7-6 Harvard L 9-10 Florida International W 13-6 Florida International W 6-5 Florida International W 9-4 Siena W 3-1 Siena W 10-4 at Mercer W 4-1 at Mercer L 4-5 at Mercer W 11-8 UCF L 5-12 at Jacksonville (13 inn.) L 4-5 Georgia Southern L 5-6 Georgia Southern L 8-10 Georgia Southern W 6-3 at UCF W 7-6 at Florida International L 3-12 at Florida International L 1-2 at Florida International W 6-0 at North Florida W 8-7 Flagler W 12-1 Jacksonville T 8-8 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Centenary W 9-3 Florida International W 9-5 Florida International L 7-9 Florida International L 2-10 Florida L 7-13

1992 Record: 38-21, 13-5 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun East Champs NCAA South II Regional Opponent Result Score Florida Atlantic W 5-0 Jacksonville W 7-6 at Rollins L 7-11

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results South Florida L 6-8 South Florida L 3-5 Bethune-Cookman W 12-1 at South Florida W 7-2 at South Florida W 3-2 at Bethune-Cookman W 19-5 Florida L 2-9 at Miami (FL) W 8-5 at Miami (FL) L 2-7 at Miami (FL) L 5-7 Flagler W 8-5 St. Joseph’s W 9-6 Kansas W 13-5 George Mason L 0-5 Manhattan W 8-1 at Florida International L 0-4 at Florida International L 1-2 at Florida International W 9-2 Troy State L 6-16 Massachusetts W 9-3 Tennessee Wesleyan W 5-2 Lafayette W 2-1 Rider W 6-3 Rider W 14-6 Youngstown State W 14-2 Youngstown State W 3-2 Akron W 7-4 St. Xavier L 1-4 Mercer L 1-4 Mercer W 2-0 Mercer W 4-2 at Florida L 3-7 at Charleston W 3-1 at Charleston W 13-5 at Charleston W 11-5 at Jacksonville W 8-6 UCF W 7-6 at Mercer L 5-6 at Mercer L 1-2 at Mercer W 5-2 Jacksonville W 8-5 UCF W 8-1 Florida International W 1-0 Florida International W 8-2 Florida International W 6-5 at UCF W 6-3 Charleston W 2-0 Charleston W 8-1 Charleston W 3-1 at Jacksonville W 6-5 at UCF L 1-2 Rollins L 0-12 A-Sun Tournament at Hammond, LA Centenary L 7-8 Florida International L 2-3 NCAA South I I Regional at Tallahassee, FL Stanford L 1-2 Florida State L 2-3

UNC-Greensboro Old Dominion Xavier UNC-Greensboro Xavier Siena Massachusetts Siena at The Citadel at Charleston at Charleston at Charleston St. Xavier Cornell UCF UCF UCF Florida International Florida International Florida International

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

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at UCF L 4-5 at UCF L 2-3 at UCF W 23-2 Jacksonville L 4-9 at Florida W 2-0 Charleston W 7-2 Charleston W 6-4 Charleston L 0-1 at Jacksonville L 7-8 Florida L 6-9 Florida International W 5-4 Florida International L 4-5 Florida International W 8-5 Florida A&M W 13-8 Florida A&M W 10-6 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Centenary L 4-5 SE Louisiana W 11-5 Centenary L 4-14

Record: 38-17, 11-7 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun East Champs Opponent Result Score Mercer W 7-0 Mercer W 4-2 Mercer W 7-3 at Rollins L 4-6 at South Florida W 6-5 at South Florida L 8-9 Rollins W 11-6 at Bethune-Cookman W 14-2 South Florida W 4-3 South Florida W 6-3 Bethune-Cookman W 8-2 St. Bonaventure W 4-3 Miami (FL) L 4-6 Miami (FL) L 3-19 Western Carolina W 4-2 Western Carolina W 4-0 Purdue W 11-10 Stetson Invitational

Record: 37-21, 9-9 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score at Miami (FL) L 4-6 at Miami (FL) W 7-4 at Miami (FL) W 5-2 at Florida L 2-5 South Florida W 6-5 South Florida W 5-1 at South Florida L 4-5 at South Florida L 1-16 Florida L 5-9 Michigan W 6-5 Western Michigan W 6-0 Michigan W 6-4 Xavier W 10-1 C.W. Post W 10-1 Florida A&M W 13-1 St. Joseph’s W 11-10 Stetson Invitational

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Evansville W 5-3 Virginia Tech W 6-3 Purdue W 12-1 Evansville W 12-2 Purdue W 6-3 Virginia Tech W 9-5 Pittsburgh W 9-5 Long Island W 13-4 Rider W 3-1 at Tulane W 7-3 at SE Louisiana L 1-5 at Southern Mississippi W 8-0 at Southern Mississippi W 4-2 Akron W 8-5 Florida International W 3-0 Florida International L 5-7 Florida International L 1-5 at Bethune-Cookman W 9-4 at Charleston L 4-5 at Charleston L 2-4 at Charleston W 8-2 at Florida A&M L 4-5 at Florida A&M L 8-9 at UCF L 2-5 at UCF L 2-3 at UCF L 1-5 Jacksonville W 6-4 at Florida Atlantic W 5-4 Charleston W 11-3 Charleston W 5-4 Charleston W 9-0 Bethune-Cookman W 11-3 at Florida International W 4-3 at Florida International W 7-5 at Florida International L 1-2 UCF W 3-0 UCF L 6-7 UCF W 9-0 at Jacksonville L 2-7 Florida Atlantic L 5-10 A-Sun Tournament at Macon, GA Mercer L 1-8 Florida International L 10-11

1995 Record: 34-25, 19-11 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score UNC-Wilmington W 3-2 UNC-Wilmington L 4-9 UNC-Wilmington W 7-2 Radford W 5-0 at South Florida L 4-10 at South Florida L 10-20 South Florida L 2-9 at Florida International W 6-3 at Florida International W 6-1 at Florida International L 0-1 Western Michigan L 0-4 Florida Atlantic W 2-1 Florida Atlantic W 2-1 Florida Atlantic W 8-7 St. Joseph’s W 15-7 West Virginia W 6-1 at Charleston W 7-2 at Charleston W 6-0 at Charleston W 3-1 Stetson Invitational Rhode Island W 9-4 Rider W 11-1 Siena W 7-2 Campbell L 2-5 Campbell L 1-3 Campbell L 1-2 Maryland-Eastern Shore W 3-1 Portland State W 2-0 at Centenary W 8-2 at Centenary W 15-3 at Centenary W 8-6 at Bethune-Cookman L 5-6 South Florida L 4-6 SE Louisiana W 2-1

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SE Louisiana L 3-4 SE Louisiana W 4-1 Florida L 6-7 at Samford L 4-5 at Samford W 2-0 at Samford W 14-0 Jacksonville W 13-6 at Florida L 7-17 Georgia State W 8-3 Georgia State L 3-13 Georgia State L 3-4 at Jacksonville L 1-2 at Miami (FL) W 10-3 at Miami (FL) L 7-14 Miami (FL) W 3-2 Bethune-Cookman L 8-9 at Mercer L 8-9 at Mercer W 9-3 at Mercer W 16-3 UCF L 8-12 UCF L 4-5 UCF W 2-0 A-Sun Tournament at Homestead, FL UCF L 3-4 Florida International W 6-5 Florida Atlantic W 6-0 UCF L 2-7

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Record: 42-23, 12-6 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun South Champs NCAA South I Regional Opponent Result Score Samford W 3-1 Samford W 9-0 Samford L 0-4 at Florida L 9-12 Jacksonville L 2-5 UNC-Wilmington W 5-4 UNC-Wilmington W 8-7 UNC-Wilmington W 7-0 South Florida L 1-4 Southern Illinois W 7-1 Southern Illinois W 12-10 Southern Illinois L 6-7 at Jacksonville L 5-13 Western Michigan W 7-1 at South Florida W 6-3 at South Florida L 15-21 at South Florida L 3-9 Xavier W 17-5 West Virginia W 6-2 St. Joseph’s W 5-1 St. Joseph’s W 4-0 St. Joseph’s L 6-7 Lafayette W 7-3 Lafayette W 17-2 George Mason W 10-0 George Mason L 3-7 George Mason W 11-5 Maryland-Eastern Shore W 15-1 UCF W 5-0 UCF W 3-2 UCF W 5-4 South Florida W 3-1 at Bethune-Cookman W 15-2 at Florida International W 4-3 at Florida International W 13-3 at Florida International W 6-5 Bethune-Cookman W 6-3 Florida Atlantic W 3-1 Florida Atlantic W 5-3 Florida Atlantic W 10-4 at Bethune-Cookman W 12-2 at UCF L 2-3 at UCF L 5-12 at UCF L 3-10 Bethune-Cookman W 7-6 at Florida Atlantic L 4-6 at Florida Atlantic W 8-5 at Florida Atlantic W 6-3 at Miami (FL) L 7-20

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results at Miami (FL) L 6-7 at Miami (FL) L 4-9 Florida International L 4-6 Florida International W 6-0 Florida International L 7-9 South Florida W 3-2 A-Sun Play-In Samford W 10-2 Samford W 7-2 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Florida International W 5-3 SE Louisiana W 13-9 UCF L 3-6 Florida Atlantic L 5-8 NCAA South I Regional at Tuscaloosa, AL South Alabama W 9-8 Notre Dame W 7-6 Alabama L 1-3 Virginia L 4-5

1997 Record: 37-26-1, 10-8 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun South Champs NCAA Midwest Regional Opponent Result Score South Alabama L 5-7 at Miami (FL) W 10-6 at Miami (FL) L 0-7 at Miami (FL) L 4-11 at South Florida W 11-7 Kentucky W 6-5 Kentucky W 9-6 Kentucky T 7-7 Miami (FL) W 11-10 Jacksonville L 9-10 South Florida L 6-14 South Florida L 4-22 at South Florida W 14-11 Michigan W 12-10 Michigan L 4-8 at Georgia Tech L 5-9 at Georgia State L 5-6 at Mercer W 9-6 Purdue L 4-12 Purdue L 1-7 Purdue W 8-4 Maine W 3-0 Maine W 17-10 Siena W 6-3 Siena W 11-4 Siena W 6-0 Siena W 4-3 Akron W 4-1 North Florida W 10-5 Harvard W 5-4 Harvard W 2-1 at Jacksonville L 2-4 at UCF L 3-4 at UCF W 3-1 at UCF L 2-3 at Florida L 5-7 Florida Atlantic L 3-11 Florida Atlantic L 5-8 Florida Atlantic W 10-1 Florida International W 12-7 Florida International L 1-5 Florida International W 2-0 Florida L 5-14 at Florida Atlantic W 6-3 at Florida Atlantic L 2-5 at Florida Atlantic W 15-3 Bethune-Cookman W 12-4 at Florida International L 4-8 at Florida International W 8-5 at Florida International W 8-4 Bethune-Cookman W 4-3 UCF W 16-0 UCF W 9-4 UCF L 6-7 Bethune-Cookman W 22-4 A-Sun Play-In

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1998 Record: 30-31-1, 7-11 A-Sun South Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score Western Carolina L 6-7 Western Carolina L 1-8 Western Carolina L 9-11 North Florida W 13-4 Jacksonville L 1-6 at Jacksonville L 6-8 South Florida W 10-4 at South Florida L 5-18 at South Florida W 8-4 South Florida L 10-12 Siena W 16-0 Siena W 19-6 Siena W 15-7 Siena W 14-7 at Florida A&M W 16-7 at Florida A&M W 6-1 at Georgia Tech W 8-0

at Clemson at Clemson at Clemson West Virginia Central Michigan Creighton Creighton Creighton Bradley Akron Akron Akron Northwestern Northwestern at Florida International at Florida International at Florida International Bethune-Cookman Bethune-Cookman Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Florida Atlantic Florida A&M Florida A&M at UCF at UCF at UCF at Florida at Florida Atlantic

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at Florida Atlantic L 2-6 at Florida Atlantic L 2-4 at Bethune-Cookman W 20-10 Florida International W 10-9 Florida International L 4-5 Florida International L 8-17 at Bethune-Cookman W 8-3 UCF L 10-11 UCF L 3-5 UCF W 2-1 A-Sun Play-In at Charleston W 16-7 at Charleston L 3-5 at Charleston W 18-11 A-Sun Tournament at Kissimmee, FL Troy State W 5-4 UCF L 4-15 Troy State L 3-8

1999 Record: 23-31, 11-19 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score at Miami L 1-12 at Miami L 3-4 at South Florida L 1-5 Louisville W 4-3 Louisville L 6-9 Louisville L 1-7 at Bethune-Cookman W 9-3 Southern Illinois W 8-7 Southern Illinois L 7-10 Southern Illinois L 6-14 at South Florida L 6-10 South Florida W 4-3 South Florida W 23-3 at Georgia Southern L 5-6 at Georgia Southern L 3-11 Samford L 4-7 Samford W 5-4 Samford W 6-4 St. Joseph’s W 5-4 St. Joseph’s W 11-6 at Jacksonville State L 2-6 at Jacksonville State L 0-13 at Jacksonville State W 9-4 Fordham W 15-3 Fordham W 6-2 Akron W 10-9 Centenary L 8-10 Centenary W 10-0 Centenary L 4-5 at Campbell L 2-11 at Campbell W 12-6 at Campbell W 9-5 Bethune-Cookman W 5-4 Mercer W 4-2 Mercer L 6-10 Mercer W 8-7 at Georgia State W 17-5 at Georgia State W 9-5 at Georgia State L 2-3 Florida L 5-9 UCF L 3-20 UCF L 0-17 UCF L 3-5 at Florida L 1-7 at Florida Atlantic L 2-14 at Florida Atlantic L 1-2 at Florida Atlantic L 1-9 Bethune-Cookman W 10-4 Jacksonville W 16-3 Jacksonville L 4-11 Jacksonville L 5-6 at Troy State L 7-17 at Troy State L 4-34 at Troy State L 4-12

2000 Record: 48-16, 20-7 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Champions

NCAA Atlanta Regional Opponent Result Score Florida A&M W 14-5 Florida A&M W 8-7 South Florida L 3-16 George Washington W 9-2 George Washington W 15-8 George Washington L 6-12 St. Peter’s W 19-1 St. Peter’s W 19-1 St. Peters W 18-4 at Bethune-Cookman W 5-0 at South Florida L 2-9 at South Florida W 11-5 at Florida A&M W 12-3 Eastern Kentucky W 2-1 Eastern Kentucky W 5-3 Eastern Kentucky W 11-10 St. Joseph’s W 16-6 Siena W 11-1 Siena W 11-3 Siena W 17-7 Georgia Southern W 7-3 Georgia Southern L 5-9 Troy State W 6-4 Troy State W 3-1 Troy State W 5-4 Cornell W 18-5 Cornell W 14-9 at Mercer W 18-2 at Mercer L 3-12 at Mercer W 8-5 North Florida L 6-10 Georgia State W 7-0 Georgia State W 2-0 Georgia State L 5-7 at UCF W 13-3 at UCF L 2-4 at UCF W 7-4 at Florida L 3-10 Campbell W 4-3 Campbell L 2-12 Campbell L 3-7 Bethune-Cookman W 15-7 at Jacksonville W 9-4 at Jacksonville W 15-9 at Jacksonville W 17-3 South Florida W 11-6 Florida Atlantic W 22-8 Florida Atlantic L 4-5 Florida Atlantic L 5-14 Bethune-Cookman L 5-14 at Samford W 6-4 at Samford W 11-2 at Samford W 13-2 Jacksonville State W 15-6 Jacksonville State W 10-4 Jacksonville State W 12-3 A-Sun Tournament at Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville W 11-1 Florida Atlantic W 9-7 Campbell W 2-0 Campbell W 15-2 NCAA Atlanta Regional Auburn W 9-5 Georgia Tech L 1-24 Auburn W 13-10 Georgia Tech L 11-16

2001 Record: 43-17, 19-8 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn NCAA Coral Gables Regional Opponent Result Score South Florida L 1-6 South Florida W 3-2 at South Florida W 6-2 Tennessee Tech W 9-4 Tennessee Tech W 11-1 Tennessee Tech W 4-3 North Florida W 5-3 UNC-Asheville W 17-2

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Year-By-Year Year-By-Year Results Results UNC-Asheville W 4-0 UNC-Asheville W 8-5 Michigan W 4-1 Michigan W 9-2 Ohio State L 5-13 Western Illinois W 10-2 Western Illinois W 12-2 Rider W 6-5 Rider W 16-2 Rider W 5-4 Rider W 12-5 Northern Illinois L 2-3 at Jacksonville State W 15-4 at Jacksonville State W 9-2 at Jacksonville State W 12-7 Samford W 4-2 Samford W 11-3 Samford W 7-1 at Troy State W 10-7 at Troy State W 5-1 at Troy State L 2-7 Bethune-Cookman W 2-1 at South Florida L 6-12 Mercer W 16-4 Mercer W 7-2 Mercer W 2-0 at Florida W 21-17 at Georgia State W 10-2 at Georgia State L 2-3 at Georgia State W 8-1 Florida W 9-8 Jacksonville W 5-1 Jacksonville W 2-0 Jacksonville W 5-3 Bethune-Cokman W 12-5 at Florida Atlantic W 18-7 at Florida Atlantic W 6-3 at Florida Atlantic W 9-4 at Miami L 9-10 Bethune-Cookman W 12-5 UCF L 5-12 UCF L 3-7 UCF L 8-9 at Campbell L 5-6 at Campbell L 0-1 at Campbell L 2-7 A-Sun Tournament at Jacksonville, FL vs. Florida Atlantic L 1-2 vs. Troy State L 2-5 NCAA Coral Gables Regional vs. Florida L 9-10 vs. Bucknell W 7-0 vs. Florida W 6-3 at Miami L 8-16

2002 Record: 42-19, 19-9 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn NCAA Tallahassee Regional Opponent Result Score at South Florida (10 inn.) W 7-6 at South Florida W 9-7 Charleston Southern W 5-4 Charleston Southern W 6-4 Charleston Southern W 12-4 at Bethune-Cookman W 19-5 Jacksonville State W 11-2 Jacksonville State W 8-2 at Bethune-Cookman L 2-10 Siena W 12-7 Siena W 8-4 Central Michigan W 9-4 Penn State W 18-8 Evansville W 9-7 Central Michigan W 11-3 Penn State L 4-5 Evansville W 6-3 Rhode Island W 10-0 US Naval Academy W 6-3 US Naval Academy W 10-7 at Samford L 4-5 at Samford W 5-2

at Samford L 4-7 Campbell L 6-8 Campbell W 7-3 Campbell W 13-5 at Belmont W 18-1 at Belmont W 4-1 Bethune-Cookman W 11-1 Georgia State W 11-2 Georgia State (8 inn.) W 1-0 Georgia State W 4-1 at #11 Florida W 6-3 at Mercer W 6-5 at Mercer W 8-6 at Mercer (9 inn.) W 6-5 South Florida L 2-8 #17 Florida Atlantic L 4-5 #17 Florida Atlantic L 2-14 #17 Florida Atlantic W 10-6 Bethune-Cookman W 7-5 at UCF L 5-14 at UCF W 10-7 at UCF W 13-3 at South Florida W 10-1 at Jacksonville L 4-7 at Jacksonville L 0-2 at Jacksonville W 6-5 at Creighton L 6-8 at Creighton W 7-5 at Creighton L 3-7 South Florida L 5-6 Troy State W 7-1 Troy State W 8-5 Troy State L 4-6 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Troy State (10 inn.) W 7-6 Florida Atlantic W 3-0 UCF L 6-13 Florida Atlantic L 3-10 NCAA Tallahassee Regional at #1 Florida State L 8-11 vs. South Florida L 13-14

2003 Record: 41-24, 21-12 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn NCAA Atlanta Regional Opponent Result Score News-Journal Invitational Florida A&M W 6-1 Oklahoma State L 0-9 at Bethune-Cookman W 6-4 Amtrak Invitational Kentucky W 8-5 George Washington (11 inn.) L 8-9 Maryland L 3-7 Crown Plaza/Rice Invitational at #2 Rice L 6-11 vs. UT-Arlington L 3-6 vs. #25 Ole Miss L 2-5 Michigan W 7-5 at Jacksonville State L 2-3 at Jacksonville State W 7-4 at Jacksonville State W 8-4 Boston College W 10-6 Gardner-Webb L 6-10 Gardner-Webb W 5-1 Gardner-Webb W 5-4 Creighton W 8-5 Creighton W 3-2 at Troy State W 11-4 at Troy State W 9-6 at Troy State (13 inn.) L 2-3 Columbia W 16-5 Belmont W 12-2 Belmont W 7-6 Belmont W 13-9 at Bethune-Cookman W 12-2 at Campbell (11 inn.) L 2-3 at Campbell L 0-3 at Campbell L 1-5 Bethune-Cookman W 5-1 at Georgia State L 2-7

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2004 Record: 36-23, 20-10 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score VMI W 4-1 VMI L 13-19 VMI W 8-7 St. Joseph’s W 8-5 St. Joseph’s L 8-9 St. Joseph’s W 12-2 News-Journal Invitational Virginia Tech W 15-2 Oklahoma State L 3-17 USF L 4-6 #19 Florida L 8-12 Florida A&M W 11-4 Florida A&M W 11-3 Florida A&M W 8-1 at Bethune-Cookman W 13-7 at Mercer W 19-5 at Mercer W 8-2 at Mercer W 16-2 Iowa L 7-9 Northern Iowa W 7-3 Georgia State W 6-3 Georgia State W 7-1 Georgia State W 9-1 Northwestern L 0-3 at Bethune-Cookman L 1-4 at #23 UCF W 10-9 at #23 UCF L 3-5 at #23 UCF L 0-5 USF L 2-9 Bethune-Cookman W 11-6 #20 Florida Atlantic L 8-9 #20 Florida Atlantic (10 inn.) W 14-13 #20 Florida Atlantic W 4-1 at USF (14 inn.) L 8-10 at Jacksonville L 5-13 at Jacksonville L 4-13 at Jacksonville W 9-4 at Gardner-Webb W 5-4 at Gardner-Webb W 7-5 at Gardner-Webb (9 inn.) L 1-3 Bethune-Cookman W 8-3 Campbell W 11-0

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Record: 35-28, 16-14 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Gainesville Regional Opponent Result Score Southern Illinois W 9-2 Southern Illinois W 10-9 Southern Illinois L 3-11 Illinois State W 7-2 Illinois State L 6-12 Illinois State W 10-4 #11 Florida State L 4-5 #11 Florida State L 6-7 Siena W 10-0 Siena W 7-6 Siena W 24-3 Maine L 3-4 Maine (10 inn.) W 6-5 Maine W 13-2 USF W 7-6 St. Joseph’s W 17-3 at Georgia State L 4-20 at Georgia State L 4-15 at Georgia State at Bethune-Cookman Mercer Mercer Mercer at Florida Atlantic at Florida Atlantic at Florida Atlantic at USF #18 UCF #18 UCF #18 UCF Bethune-Cookman Gardner-Webb Gardner-Webb (10 inn.) Gardner-Webb Bethune-Cookman at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell Belmont Belmont Belmont at USF Jacksonville Jacksonville Jacksonville at Lipscomb at Lipscomb at Lipscomb at #11 Florida State at #11 Florida State at #27 Troy at #27 Troy at #27 Troy USF at #12 Florida South Alabama

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2006 Record: 38-24, 16-14 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Atlanta Regional Opponent Result Score Southeastern La. W 2-1 Southeastern La. L 4-5 Southeastern La. L 4-6 at Bethune-Cookman L 2-3 at South Alabama W 5-3 vs. Southern Miss. L 1-6 vs. #25 Wichita St. L 3-8 at Bethune-Cookman W 7-1 Illinois W 6-3 Western Carolina L 3-4 USF W 7-2 North Florida W 13-5 North Florida L 2-3 North Florida L 4-9 UCF W 4-3 at #8 LSU L 1-5 at #8 LSU L 7-11 at #8 LSU W 9-8 Yale W 6-0 at Mercer L 4-8 at Mercer L 2-5 at Mercer W 19-5 at #9 Florida W 7-6 Lipscomb W 9-0 Lipscomb L 5-7 Lipscomb L 8-10 at UCF W 5-2 Vermont W 9-7 Vermont W 8-0 Vermont W 5-3 Bethune-Cookman W 5-0 at Belmont W 7-3 at Belmont W 6-3 at Belmont W 9-1 at Jacksonville L 3-4 at Jacksonville L 6-7 at Jacksonville W 11-9 Bethune-Cookman W 7-3 Campbell W 5-3 Campbell W 11-1 Campbell W 6-4 at USF W 12-9 Kennesaw State W 8-6 Kennesaw State L 1-5 Kennesaw State W 12-4 at ETSU L 10-11 at ETSU L 6-8 at ETSU L 6-7 USF W 8-5 Florida Atlantic W 10-6 Florida Atlantic L 2-10 Florida Atlantic W 6-4 at USF W 9-2 at Gardner-Webb L 3-4 at Gardner-Webb W 5-0 at Gardner-Webb W 11-7 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Florida Atlantic W 3-2 vs. Mercer W 6-5 vs. ETSU W 6-2 NCAA Atlanta Regional at #4 Georgia Tech L 5-7 vs. #23 Michigan L 1-11

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2007 Record: 42-21, 21-6 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn A-Sun Champions NCAA Tallahassee Regional Opponent Result Score Southern Illinois W 5-4 Southern illinois L 1-6 Southern Illinois W 3-0 Bethune-Cookman W 13-6 LSU W 8-1 LSU W 14-1 LSU L 4-8 at South Florida W 9-4 Louisville W 4-3 Louisville L 4-11 Louisville W 5-2 Bethune-Cookman W 10-3 Notre Dame W 5-4 #7 Nebraska L 2-6 South Florida L 5-6 Michigan State W 13-7 Central Michigan W 3-2 Central Michigan W 7-6 Central Michigan L 5-6 Quinnipiac W 9-7 Quinnipiac W 13-6 at North Florida W 9-1 at North Florida W 12-2 at North Florida L 5-8 Florida W 4-3 Mercer W 3-2 Mercer W 9-1 Mercer L 3-4 Central Florida L 3-4 at Kennesaw St W 7-0 at Kennesaw St W 15-10 at Kennesaw St W 3-0 Bethune-Cookman W 11-5 Gardner-Webb W 11-2 Gardner-Webb W 15-0 Gardner-Webb W 12-5 at Campbell W 5-4 at Campbell W 3-1 at Campbell W 6-0 Bethune-Cookman L 3-8 at Jacksonville L 6-7 at Jacksonville W 6-3 at Jacksonville W 6-4 at Miami L 3-7 at Central Florida W 10-7 ETSU W 15-4 ETSU W 4-2 ETSU W 6-0 Central Florida L 3-14 at Lipscomb W 7-3 at Lipscomb W 7-3 at Lipscomb L 1-4 at South Florida L 0-5 Belmont L 2-7 Belmont W 4-2 Belmont L 5-11 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL Lipscomb W 4-3 Jacksonville L 1-4 Mercer W 2-1 Belmont L 5-18 NCAA Tallahassee Regional Mississippi St L 3-6 Bethune-Cookman W 12-0 #6 Florida State L 1-17

2008 Record: 26-33, 15-18 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score Michigan State L 4-6 Connecticut W 4-2 #6 Missouri L 5-9 at Kennesaw State W 4-1 at Kennesaw State L 6-7 at Kennesaw State L 2-10 Holy Cross W 18-10

Holy Cross W 7-3 Central Michigan W 13-5 Central Michigan W 11-5 at LSU L 3-9 at LSU L 5-6 at LSU W 7-2 #20 UCF L 3-7 at Gardner-Webb L 9-10 at Gardner Webb L 5-10 at Gardner-Webb W 6-5 Iowa W 9-6 Iowa L 4-5 Campbell L 3-9 Campbell W 9-1 Campbell W 6-5 at #2 Florida State L 2-11 at #2 Florida State L 3-19 at Mercer L 10-11 at Mercer L 4-5 at Mercer W 14-4 Bethune-Cookman W 6-4 Lipscomb L 1-4 Lipscomb W 12-6 Lipscomb L 9-11 Bethune-Cookman W 16-4 at UCF L 1-4 at Belmont L 6-13 at Belmont L 5-11 at Belmont L 3-14 USF L 8-10 at North Florida L 2-5 at North Florida L 10-17 at North Florida W 13-4 at Bethune-Cookman W 6-2 at USF L 1-2 Jacksonville L 6-9 Jacksonville W 6-3 Jacksonville W 14-4 #3 Florida State L 3-13 #3 Florida State L 3-6 FGCU L 5-7 FGCU W 7-4 FGCU L 3-5 USC Upstate L 4-5 USC Upstate W 10-4 USC Upstate W 12-10 at ETSU W 6-4 at ETSU W 18-12 at ETSU W 16-15 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL vs. Mercer W 8-5 vs. Gardner-Webb L 6-10 vs. Lipscomb L 4-12

2009 Record: 27-30, 16-14 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score Boston College L 7-8 Boston College L 10-14 Boston College L 0-6 Boston College L 2-7 at Bethune-Cookman L 2-4 Iowa W 11-0 Southern Illinois W 10-5 South Alabama L 2-9 #17 Florida L 2-5 James Madison L 3-9 James Madison L 5-9 James Madison W 15-6 James Madison L 8-17 Central Michigan L 8-13 Central Michigan W 8-4 at Jacksonville W 9-6 at Jacksonville W 22-8 at Jacksonville L 8-18 at Bethune-Cookman W 5-1 Indiana W 11-1 at Lipscomb L 5-12 at Lipscomb L 6-7 at Lipscomb L 1-3 at USF W 4-3 Kennesaw State W 7-2 Kennesaw State L 6-13 Kennesaw State L 9-13 at USC Upstate W 12-9 at USC Upstate W 12-4 at USC Upstate W 18-9 at Florida International W 13-7 Mercer L 3-8

Mercer L 1-4 Mercer W 14-10 Bethune-Cookman W 12-2 at #20 Florida L 4-15 Belmont L 7-9 Belmont W 11-6 Belmont L 9-10 at UCF L 12-13 at Campbell L 7-13 at Campbell W 5-2 at Campbell W 8-5 Bethune-Cookman W 8-7 Florida International W 7-3 North Florida W 14-1 North Florida L 9-11 North Florida W 10-8 at UCF L 9-14 ETSU W 6-1 ETSU W 19-4 ETSU W 11-6 UCF L 4-5 at FGCU W 2-1 at FGCU L 4-5 at FGCU L 2-12 A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ETSU L 2-4

2010 Record: 27-31, 14-13 A-Sun Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Score Siena L 4-8 Siena W 8-7 Siena W 13-10 Siena W 10-3 at Georgia L 2-12 at Georgia L 8-9 at Georgia L 5-7 at Bethune-Cookman L 10-11 Kansas State L 6-14 Harvard L 5-6 Notre Dame L 2-4 James Madison W 3-2 Central Michigan W 1-0 Old Dominion W 6-4 Old Dominion W 10-3 Old Dominion W 9-2 at Bethune-Cookman L 9-11 UCF L 7-11 FGCU L 2-4 FGCU L 4-8 FGCU W 10-8 at #6 Florida State L 7-14 Northwestern W 5-4 Northwestern W 10-5 Northwestern L 7-9 Northwestern W 11-5 USF W 6-5 Campbell W 7-2 Campbell W 4-3 Campbell W 11-7 Bethune-Cookman L 3-14 at Mercer W 6-5 at Mercer W 13-4 at Mercer W 15-12 at UCF L 6-10 at Belmont W 6-3 at Belmont L 3-13 at Belmont L 4-14 USF L 3-9 Lipscomb W 6-1 Lipscomb W 4-3 Lipscomb W 14-5 Bethune-Cookman W 16-9 at ETSU L 7-12 at ETSU L 7-10 at ETSU L 4-22 USC Upstate L 2-4 USC Upstate W 19-7 USC Upstate L 7-8 #5 Florida State L 2-6 at UNF L 0-17 at UNF L 1-6 at UNF W 10-3 Jacksonville L 1-3 Jacksonville L 7-9 Jacksonville W 8-6 A-Sun Tournament at Nashville, Tenn. vs. FGCU L 4-9 vs. Jacksonville L 2-3

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Record Record vs. vs. Opponents Opponents First Last Opponent W-L Game Game Akron ................................ 6-1....... 1992 .... 1999 Alabama ........................... 1-2....... 1950 .... 1996 American Int’l .................... 1-0....... 1956 .... 1956 Amherst .......................... 20-15..... 1953 .... 1975 Appalachian State ............ 3-0....... 2004 .... 2004 UALR ................................ 2-0....... 1989 .... 1990 Arkansas State ................. 4-1....... 1972 .... 1977 Auburn .............................. 2-0....... 2000 .... 2000 Austin Peay ...................... 2-1....... 1972 .... 1980 Ball State .......................... 3-0....... 1977 .... 1979 Belmont .......................... 15-13..... 2002 .... 2010 Belmont Abbey ................. 1-0....... 1969 .... 1969 Berry (GA) ........................ 1-1....... 1965 .... 1965 Bethune-Cookman ......... 63-14..... 1981 .... 2010 Boston College ................. 2-4....... 1985 .... 2009 Bowling Green .................. 1-0....... 1972 .... 1972 Bradley ............................. 5-2....... 1981 .... 1998 Brigham Young ................. 0-1....... 1986 .... 1986 Brown ............................... 5-0....... 1971 .... 1988 Bucknell ............................ 1-0....... 2001 .... 2001 Cal State-Fullerton ........... 0-1....... 1986 .... 1986 Calvin ............................... 1-0....... 1985 .... 1985 Campbell ........................ 27-19..... 1981 .... 2010 Centenary ......................... 9-5....... 1988 .... 1999 Central Florida (UCF) ..... 48-67..... 1975 .... 2010 Central Michigan .............. 9-4....... 1985 .... 2010 Centre College ................. 1-0....... 1955 .... 1955 Charleston (SC) ............... 21-5...... 1992 .... 1998 Charleston Southern ........ 5-1....... 1979 .... 2002 Cincinnati .........................2-2-1 ..... 1953 .... 1972 Citadel .............................. 2-2....... 1962 .... 1981 Clemson ........................... 1-6....... 1976 .... 1998 Coast Guard Academy ..... 2-1....... 1967 .... 1969 Columbia .......................... 6-0....... 1973 .... 2003 Connecticut ...................... 3-2....... 1967 .... 2008 Cornell .............................. 8-0....... 1970 .... 2000 Creighton .........................6-3-1 ..... 1984 .... 2003 C.W. Post.......................... 1-0....... 1994 .... 1994 Davidson .......................... 0-1....... 1966 .... 1966 Delaware .......................... 6-7....... 1965 .... 1994 Delaware State ................. 3-0....... 1979 .... 1980 Detroit ............................... 4-0....... 1982 .... 1983 Drexel ............................... 3-0....... 1982 .... 1990 Duke ................................. 2-1....... 1924 .... 1976 East Carolina .................... 1-0....... 2003 .... 2003 East Tennessee State...... 10-7...... 2006 .... 2010 Eastern Illinois .................. 1-1....... 1990 .... 1991 Eastern Kentucky ............. 3-0....... 2000 .... 2000 Eastern Michigan .............. 3-0....... 1967 .... 1984 Eckerd ............................. 14-1...... 1965 .... 1988 Evansville ......................... 4-0....... 1994 .... 2002 Ferris State ....................... 2-0....... 1982 .... 1982 Flagler ............................. 16-2...... 1982 .... 1992 Florida ............................ 60-77..... 1902 .... 2009 Florida A&M ..................... 36-5...... 1975 .... 2004 Florida Atlantic ................ 35-25..... 1992 .... 2006 Florida Gulf Coast ............ 3-7....... 2008 .... 2010 Florida International ........ 57-38..... 1975 .... 2009 Florida Southern ............. 47-56..... 1906 .... 1980 Florida State ................... 20-44..... 1904 .... 2010 Florida Tech ...................... 2-0....... 1978 .... 1978 Fordham ........................... 2-0....... 1999 .... 1999 Fresno State ..................... 1-0....... 1986 .... 1986 Furman ............................ 15-5...... 1955 .... 1991 Gardner-Webb ................. 16-5...... 2003 .... 2008 George Mason .................. 5-2....... 1988 .... 1996 Georgetown ...................... 3-1....... 1982 .... 1983 George Washington .......... 3-2....... 1983 .... 2003 Georgia ............................. 3-8....... 1939 .... 2010 Georgia Southern ........... 35-63 .... 1948 .... 2000 Georgia State ................. 19-11 ..... 1972 .... 2005 Georgia Tech .................10-22-1 ... 1917 .... 2006 Glassboro State ................ 7-1....... 1970 .... 1974 Hampden-Sydney ............. 3-4....... 1963 .... 1966 Hardin-Simmons ............... 3-0....... 1987 .... 1990

First Last Opponent W-L Game Game Harvard ............................. 7-8....... 1966 .... 2010 Havana ............................. 1-1....... 1939 .... 1939 Hillsdale ............................ 3-0....... 1970 .... 1972 Holy Cross ........................ 2-0....... 2008 .... 2008 Illinois ............................... 2-0....... 1977 .... 2006 Illinois State ...................... 2-1....... 2005 .... 2005 Indiana .............................. 5-2....... 1980 .... 2009 Iowa .................................. 6-2....... 1984 .... 2009 Ithaca ................................ 6-2....... 1957 .... 1990 IUPUI ................................ 1-0....... 1989 .... 1989 Jacksonville ...................72-76-2 ... 1958 .... 2010 Jacksonville State ............ 11-3 ...... 1999 .... 2003 James Madison ................ 4-4....... 1983 .... 2010 Kansas ............................. 1-0....... 1992 .... 1992 Kansas State .................... 0-1....... 2010 .... 2010 Kennesaw State ............... 7-5....... 2006 .... 2009 Kentucky ..........................8-1-1 ..... 1974 .... 2003 Kentucky Military ............35-7-3 .... 1906 .... 1917 Kentucky Wesleyan .......... 1-0....... 1979 .... 1979 Lafayette ........................... 5-0....... 1984 .... 1996 LaSalle ............................. 1-0....... 1977 .... 1977 Lewis College ................... 1-0....... 1971 .... 1971 Liberty ............................... 2-0....... 1982 .... 1991 Lipscomb ........................ 22-20..... 1965 .... 2010 Long Island ....................... 1-0....... 1994 .... 1994 Louisiana State (LSU) ...... 4-5....... 2006 .... 2008 Louisville ........................... 9-4....... 1970 .... 2007 MacMurray........................ 3-0....... 1971 .... 1977 Maine ................................ 4-1....... 1997 .... 2005 Manhattan ........................ 1-0....... 1992 .... 1992 Marshall ............................ 2-0....... 1972 .... 1972 Maryland ........................... 4-1....... 1979 .... 2003 Maryland-Baltimore .......... 0-1....... 1987 .... 1987 Md.-Eastern Shore ........... 2-0....... 1995 .... 1996 Massachusetts ................. 7-0....... 1985 .... 1992 Mercer ...........................82-34-1 ... 1914 .... 2010 Mercer-Atlanta .................. 6-0....... 1978 .... 1983 Methodist .......................... 3-0....... 1981 .... 1987 Miami (FL) ..................... 42-107.... 1947 .... 2007 Miami (OH) ....................... 2-2....... 1973 .... 1975 Michigan .......................... 11-4 ...... 1974 .... 2006 Michigan State .................. 1-1....... 2007 .... 2008 Milsaps ............................. 1-1....... 1949 .... 1949 Milton ................................ 4-0....... 1980 .... 1981 Mississippi ........................ 0-1....... 2003 .... 2003 Mississippi College ........... 2-0....... 1949 .... 1949 Mississippi State ............... 0-1....... 2007 .... 2007 Missouri ............................ 0-2....... 1977 .... 2008 Navy ................................. 2-0....... 2002 .... 2002 Nebraska .......................... 0-2....... 1986 .... 2007 Nevada-Reno ................... 1-0....... 1986 .... 1986 Newberry .......................... 0-1....... 1978 .... 1978 New Orleans ..................... 1-4....... 1977 .... 1979 North Carolina .................. 8-5....... 1974 .... 1985 NC-Asheville ..................... 3-0....... 2001 .... 2001 NC-Greensboro ................ 2-0....... 1993 .... 1993 NC-Wilmington ................. 9-3....... 1974 .... 1996 North Carolina State ......... 1-2....... 1950 .... 1990 North Florida ................... 13-12..... 1988 .... 2010 Northeastern Illinois .......... 2-0....... 1991 .... 1991 Northern Illinois ................ 0-1....... 2001 .... 2001 Northern Iowa ................... 1-0....... 2004 .... 2004 Northwestern .................... 7-3....... 1977 .... 2010 Notre Dame ...................... 3-3....... 1978 .... 2010 Ohio State ........................ 5-6....... 1957 .... 2001 Ohio ................................. 4-1....... 1973 .... 1987 Oklahoma State ................ 1-4....... 1985 .... 2004 Old Dominion .................... 7-3....... 1978 .... 2010 Pembroke State ................ 1-1....... 1966 .... 1981 Pennsylvania .................... 9-3....... 1968 .... 1987 Penn State ........................ 1-1....... 2002 .... 2002 Pfeiffer (NC)...................... 3-3....... 1962 .... 1964 Pittsburgh ......................... 4-0....... 1980 .... 1994 Portland State ................... 1-0....... 1995 .... 1995 Princeton .......................... 2-1....... 1968 .... 1984 Purdue .............................. 4-2....... 1993 .... 1997

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University University President President Dr. Dr. Wendy Wendy B. B. Libby Libby Stetson University entered a new era of leadership in July 2009 when Dr. Wendy B. Libby became the university’s ninth president. Formerly president of Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., the nation’s second-oldest women’s institution, Libby has had a broad career in higher education and private industry. An expert in strategic planning, she plans to build on Stetson’s values-centered heritage and tradition of academic excellence and community-engaged service learning while moving Stetson forward. Prior to her six years at Stephens College, Libby served as vice president for business affairs and chief financial officer at Furman University, Greenville, S.C., from 1995 to 2003. She has 28 years of administrative and teaching experience in higher education, at institutions including Westbrook College (now part of the University of New England), the University of Hartford, the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, The Ohio State University and Cornell University. A native of Brooklyn, N.Y., Libby earned her doctorate in Educational Administration from the University of Connecticut. Her undergraduate degree, in Biology with a concentration in Genetics, is from Cornell University. She earned an MBA, with a concentration in Finance, from Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management.

Libby is a member of numerous higher education organizations. Last fall, she led a delegation of six college presidents in a visit to Ewha University in Seoul, South Korea. In honor of her outstanding leadership, Libby received the 2007 Athena Award from the Columbia (Mo.) Chamber of Commerce Women’s Network for her support of women in realizing their full leadership potential and for contributing to the quality of life in the community. In May, she received the 2009 Outstanding Higher Education Professional Alumni Award at the University of Connecticut. She and her husband, Dr. Richard M. Libby, have two sons, Glenn and wife Ginger, and Gregg and wife Lori, four grandchildren, a great-granddaughter, and three dogs. An a v i d r e a d e r, s h e enjoys cooking and entertaining.

Director of Athletics Jeff Altier Jeff Altier, a 26-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 14th year as Stetson’s Director of Athletics. During his tenure, Altier has earned a reputation as an outstanding fundraiser and a leader with an eye on the future, and is noted for his active participation in the NCAA governance structure. Altier, captain of the nationallyranked 1982 Hatter baseball team, earned both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Stetson. Upon wrapping up his Stetson baseball career, he spent two years as a player/coach developing the sport in Perth, Australia. He then returned to Stetson as an assistant coach before being promoted to Ticket Manager, Director of Athletic Promotions, and then Associate Athletic Director. In these rolls, he spearheaded the department’s development efforts as well as oversaw athletic marketing and promotions, concessions and travel coordination. He was named Director of Athletics in 1996. Altier also served as Tournament Manager for the NCAA Division I Southeast First and Second Round Men’s basketball tournament hosted by Stetson in 1993 and 1996 at the Orlando Arena, and as Tournament Director for the 1999 and 2004 tournament. Stetson has taken great strides in the area of gender equity under Altier, increasing scholarships, participation opportunities and staffing for women’s athletics. The unprecedented success of the women’s tennis, golf, soccer, basketball and softball teams in conference competition during Altier’s tenure are evidence of

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his commitment to women’s athletics. In fact, under his direction Stetson’s women’s and men’s teams have won an impressive 15 conference championships. A hallmark of Altier’s professional career was the building of Stetson’s $4.5 million baseball facility, Melching Field at Conrad Park. Built in conjunction with the City of DeLand, Melching Field is regarded as one of the nation’s premiere college baseball facilities. Altier then turned his attention to construction of an on-campus softball facility, which broke ground in 2002 and was ready for competition in February of 2003. The Patricia Wilson Field has been named Collegiate Softball Field of the Year four times. He was also instrumental in securing new state-of-the-art field lighting for both the softball and soccer fields in 2005. Under his guidance, the Athletic Department has seen the addition of the new Wilson Athletic Center, a $ 1.5 million health and wellness facility for the use of Stetson student-athletes. Altier’s leadership has extended beyond campus, as he has taken on Atlantic Sun Conference leadership roles, chairing many committees and serving as conference vice-president. Additionally, he has served on the National Association of College Directors of Athletics Division IAAA board of directors, the NCAA A.E.C. Cabinet and is currently a member of the prestigious NCAA Leadership Council. Locally he has served as president of the DeLand Rotary Club, vice-president of the DeLand Sports Redevelopment Association, and is a graduate of Leadership DeLand and Leadership Orlando. He is currently a member of the board of directors of the Central Florida Sports Commission. Altier was honored as the West Volusia Sportsperson of the Year for 2004. Altier’s family includes wife, Sarah (Booker) (Stetson B.A. ’82, M.Ed. ’96), and children Heath (Stetson M.B.A. ’09), Brianne, and Garrett.

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Stetson Stetson Athletics Athletics Department Department Dean Watson

Jorie Tress

Sports Information Director

Assistant A.D. for Compliance

In his fourth year as Sports Information Director at Stetson University, Dean Watson oversees all publicity efforts for the Hatters’ 15 Division I athletic programs, including men’s basketball. Prior to his arrival at Stetson Watson spent seven years as the SID at Florida Tech a Division II university in Melbourne, Florida. He started his sports information career at his alma mater Saint Leo University in the late 1980’s where he was the Student SID under SI Consultant Walt Riddle. After graduating with a degree in Sports Management in 1990 he took a position as Assistant SID at the University of Nevada, a Division I institution in Reno. After three years at Nevada he became the head SID at Wayne State College in Nebraska before moving on to Florida Tech. Watson lives in Lake Mary with his wife the Reverend Meg Watson. They have four children Chris (27), Kim (26), Maggie (20) and Dean Jr (16).

Jorie Tress is in her fourth year as Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance at Stetson. She is responsible for educating the staff, coaches, student-athletes, boosters and alumni about the rules of the NCAA, Atlantic Sun Conference and Stetson University and ensuring compliance with those rules. Tress comes to Stetson with eight years of experience in practicing law, including the past three years as Assistant Attorney General in the state of Florida’s Economic Crimes Unit, headquartered in Orlando. Prior to that she was an associate attorney at the Orlando firm of Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell from 2003-04. From 1999-2003 Tress was an Assistant State Attorney in Viera and Fort Lauderdale Tress has a degree in Literature from North Florida and her J.D. from

Richard Skeel

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Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Mike Bitter is in his eleventh year as Stetson’s Faculty Athletics Representative. He is responsible for advising the University President on athletics matters and for monitoring the athletic department’s compliance with NCAA and conference rules and commitment to academic integrity and student-athlete welfare. A tenured Professor of Accounting, Bitter has taught at Stetson since 1996. He is a CPA licensed in the state of Florida. Bitter is an ex-officio member of the University Athletics Committee and Trustee Athletics Committee. He is also a member of the NCAA’s Amateurism Cabinet and an NCAA peer reviewer. He graduated from Stetson in 1987 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. He earned his Master of Accountancy from the University of Florida in 1988, and completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Accounting from the University of Mississippi in 1994.

Senior Associate Athletic Director Richard Skeel is in his eleventh year at Stetson. In 2010 he started Stetson’s Club Sports Program which he still oversees. A 30-year+ athletics veteran, Skeel served six years as Director of NCAA Compliance and four seasons as head baseball coach at BethuneCookman College. He led the Wildcats to three Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championships and two NCAA postseason appearances. Skeel has also served as a coach / administrator at the University of Cincinnati, Xavier (OH) University, University of Louisville, SUNY-Albany, Sinclair Community College and Heidelberg College.

Jan Usher Tom Birney

Senior Woman Administrator Asst. Athletic Director for Academics

Director of Sales & Marketing Tom Birney is in his first year as Director of Marketing and Sales for Stetson Athletics. His areas of responsibility include soliciting and creating new advertising and sponsor revenue opportunities, and executing marketing plans to increase attendance. Prior to Stetson he worked for the Olympic Regional Development Authority in Lake Placid, NY from 1994-2008. Tom was the Director of Advertising for Olympic Venues and Marketing Manager for Olympic Center Arena venues. From 1988-1994 Tom worked at the Adirondack Berkshire Group in Jay, NY where he was Director of Sales & Marketing for national award-winning outdoor publications.

Glenn Brickey Director of Sports Medicine

Michael Tucker Director of Athletic Development

James Stem Operations, Events, and Facilities

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A 17-year veteran of the Stetson Athletics department, Jan Usher is in her eighth year as Senior Woman Administrator. She oversees six athletic programs, is the liaison to Admissions and Financial Aid, tracks all incoming student-athletes through the NCAA Eligibility Center and performs numerous other pertinent tasks. Usher graduated from Stetson in 1981 with a Bachelor’s of Psychology. She has two daughters who attended Stetson, Jenny and Katie.

Cheryl Carlson Administrative Assistant for Athletics

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Facilities Facilities Melching Field at Conrad Park is just one of the quality facilities that the Hatter athletic programs call home. Since 1974, the J. Ollie Edmunds Center has been home to Stetson men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball contests. The Hatter men’s basketball team defeated Marshall 73-58 in the inaugural Edmunds Center game on Dec. 5, 1974. In the 36 seasons since that time, the Hatters have amassed over 330 total victories in their home building. Maintaining a top-notch athletic facility is a continual process, and the work at the Edmunds Center has been at a pace to keep up with the development of the athletic program itself. Over the past several years, the Edmunds Center has received a number of physical modifications and equipment upgrades. The scoreboards, shot clocks, bench seating, illuminated media tables, floor design and lobby showcase have all recently been upgraded. In 2000, the maplewood floor was completely sanded and repainted, and new scoreboards were installed. In 2003, banners were hung in the Edmunds Center rafters for each member of the Stetson Basketball Hall of Fame. And in 2005, brand new bleachers were installed along the entire east end of the building. Eight modern locker rooms are housed in the Edmunds

The 4,000-seat Edmunds Center is home to Stetson men’s and women’s basketball and Stetson volleyball.

Center, among them the men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, softball and volleyball locker rooms. The Edmunds Center houses coaches and staff offices. In addition, the complex contains the crew team workout facility, dressing rooms, the ticket office and an athletic training room. The Edmunds Center was home to the men’s 1991 and 1996 Trans America Athletic Conference Tournaments as well as the women’s tournament in 1997. It also served as training camp site for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association in 1992 and 1993, and hosted the NCAA Volleyball Tournament First Round in 1996. Down the street is the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center, home of the Stetson men’s and women’s tennis programs. Located on the east-side of the DeLand campus, the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center was completed in late 1996. The state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Mandy Marie Stoll who was the tennis team’s top player when she was killed in an automobile accident in April 1988 during her junior year. During her three years as a member of the Stetson tennis team, she set school records of 20 consecutive wins and 27 wins in one season. The facility includes six courts, with plans for six additional courts in the future, a kiosk, three gazebos, courtside bleachers and a new scoreboard. Three of the six courts have been named:

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The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center is home to the Stetson Men’s and Women’s Tennis teams.

one for Mary Estella Palmer McNamara, the late wife of SU trustee Dennis McNamara of Orlando and a Stetson graduate; one in honor of former Stetson tennis coach Vicky Pate, also a Stetson alumna; and one in memory of Mandy Stoll. The Mandy Stoll Tennis Center has served as the host location for four Atlantic Sun Conference Men’s and Women’s Tennis Championships. Adjacent to the Mandy Stoll Tennis Center is the Stetson Soccer Complex. The women’s soccer team has played all their home matches at the complex since their inception in 1993, and the men’s program has played on the field for over 30 years. In 2005, a new scoreboard and state-of-the-art lighting were installed to allow the Hatters to play night matches for the first time. In 2006, dugouts were installed. The complex hosted the Atlantic Sun Men’s Soccer Championship Tournament in 2006 and 2007. The Stetson softball team has played eight seasons on Patricia Wilson Field with tremendous success. The Hatters won their first 18 games on their home field in 2003 and have a combined home record of 240-92 (.723). The sparking facility features spacious dugouts, multiple bullpen and batting cage areas, a state-of-the-art scoreboard, a brilliant lighting system for playing night games, and a concession area. Offices and a press box were built in 2007-08. In 2010 Stetson hosted the A-Sun Tournament for the fourth year in a row. The numerous golf courses in Florida provide the men’s and women’s golf teams with ample places to play. The Hatters host tournaments every year at the DeLand Country Club, Southridge Golf Club, and Victoria Hills Golf Club. Also, the cross country teams host a meet every October at the Sperling Sports Complex, and the crew team practices and competes at nearby Lake Beresford.

Aerial photo of the award-winning Patricia Wilson Field. Stetson’s beautiful on-campus facility for fastpitch softball.

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Sports Sports Medicine/Strength Medicine/Strength and and Conditioning Conditioning • The Stetson University Sports Medicine staff is under the direction of the head team physician, three associate physicians, and full time certified athletic trainers providing a full complement of services to enhance the physical performance and personal healthcare of each student-athlete. • The sports medicine staff is located in the athletic training room of the Wilson Athletic Center. The athletic training room is a 2,500 square-foot facility dedicated to the healthcare of all student-athletes. • The sports medicine staff is focused on identifying and preventing athletic injuries through the use of a complete line of evaluation tools including a state of the art isokinetic testing and rehabilitation device. • The division of sports medicine utilizes a wide array of physicians, counselors, and other allied health care professionals to assist our student-athletes in all aspects of their healthcare, growth, and development. • The sports medicine staff includes an in-house Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and an affiliation with All Star Sports Performance to enhance our strength and conditioning programs for all of our student athletes. • The baseball program makes full use of the 2,500 sq. ft. weight room located in the Wilson Athletic Center. The facility is stocked with over 9,000 pounds of free weights and selectorized equipment. • A full-time certified athletic trainer is on site for all in season practices, games, weight training, and conditioning sessions. • Team members follow a comprehensive and individualized program designed to increase power, strength, speed, quickness, agility, jumping ability, flexibility and overall conditioning.

Stetson Sports Medicine Staff

Glenn Brickey Director of Sports Medicine

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Atlantic Atlantic Sun Sun Conference Conference For more than 30 years the Atlantic Sun Conference has stood for achievement with integrity in both the academic and athletic arenas with a focus on the balance between the two for its student-athletes. The A-Sun boasts a blend of the most dynamic and prestigious private and public institutions in the region, with all committed to the conference goal of Building Winners for Life. BUILDING Continuing a tradition of academic achievement, a record 60 percent of all student-athletes earned All-Academic status during the 2009-10 academic year. Lipscomb edged out Belmont, the seven-time winner of the All-Academic Trophy, to win its first such trophy with close to 72 percent of its the student-athletes achieving All-Academic status with grade point averages of a 3.00, or better. Several Bisons teams received national recognition for their success in the classroom. Both the men’s and women’s track & field teams posted team GPAs among the top five in the nation - the only school in the country to boast that distinction. Jacksonville’s women’s track team received their ninth straight USTFCCCA All-Academic honor. Lipscomb’s women’s basketball team posted the ninth best GPA in the country and the conference champion volleyball team led five A-Sun schools in receiving an AVCA Team Academic Award. The Stetson men’s tennis team led the nation with nine student-athletes earning the honor of Scholar Athlete from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. A total of five A-Sun schools and 24 student-athletes received recogntion from the ITA. Stetson and Belmont joined only 16 other Division I schools considered an All-Academic squad in both men’s and women’s tennis. For the first time the NCAA released single-year APR for Division I head coaches in six sports dating back to 2003-04, the beginning of the program. All 11 A-Sun schools produced a coach who had a year of a perfect score of 1000 and the league produced a total of 25 seasons with scores of 1000. Seven of the conference’s men’s and women’s basketball recorded at least one score of 1000 and five teams had a score of 1000 in 2008-09, the most recent year recorded by the NCAA. WINNERS Four A-Sun teams received Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association All-Sports Trophies in recognition of their performances in NCAA postseason play. Lipscomb’s softball team, ETSU’s men’s tennis squad plus UNF’s men’s golf team and women’s tennis carried the conference to the third-highest total by any one conference. Golf continued to boom in the conference as three league members on the women’s side advanced to NCAA play for the first time in conference play. Women’s golf became the first sport in the conference to produce three NCAA participants since baseball in 2003. At the NCAA Regionals, ETSU’s Nina Muehl opened with an 8-under 64, the single lowest round carded in all of Division I golf and became just the second golfer from the A-Sun to earn a spot in the NCAA Championships

conference’s fourth first-round pick in the last two years. ETSU’s Paul Hoilman contended for the national triple crown and burst onto the national scene by winning the first-ever home run derby competition - contested at historic Rosenblatt Stadium in Omaha, Neb. Mercer’s Jacob Tanis finished one RBI shy of the national lead in pacing the Bears back to the top of the A-Sun for the first time in more than 25 years. In softball, two hurlers established themselves among the best in the nation. Lipscomb’s Whitney Kiihnl and USC Upstate’s Morgan Childers each topped the 30-win mark - a first for the conference. The two traded the national lead in ERA throughout the season and when the year came to a close, Kiihnl finished with the best mark in the nation with Childers taking a close second. Kiihnl and Childers ranked second and third in the country in fewest hits allowed per seven innings. For the first time in league history, the conference’s last remaining charter member, Mercer, hosted the General Shale Brick Basketball Championships. The hosts advanced to the final of the men’s event setting up a standing-room-only event at the University Center against ETSU. In the end the Buccaneers won back-to-back titles. Jacksonville advanced to the NIT for the straight second year and provided the league’s first win in the event since 1996 when Ben Smith connected on a game-winning 3-pointer in the final seconds to stun top-seeded Arizona State. On the women’s side ETSU became the third A-Sun school to win three straight titles, FGCU advanced to the WNIT for a third consecutive year and USC Upstate registered its first 20-win season as a Divisioon I program. FOR LIFE Alums from the Atlantic Sun, both recent and historic continued to excel at the highest levels. Within the span of three days, FGCU produced its first two major league baseball players. Two pitchers of the Eagles’ 2008 A-Sun Championship squad, Casey Coleman and Sale, took their talents to Chicago as Coleman broke in with the Cubs and Sale soared through the White Sox system after spending less than two months in the minors. In late June, former Stetson All-American Chris Johnson returned to the Astros lineup and hit over .380 his first two months as a regular. On the links, former ETSU star Rhys Davies has posted a solid rookie season on the European Tour. In the spring he picked up his first win and added back-to-back runner-up finishes to move into the top 50 in the world for the first time as a professional. One of his second-place showings occurred at the Wales Open where he closed with a record nine-under-par round 62 on the Ryder Cup course at the Celtic Manor. His stellar play placed Davies eighth on ESPN’s “Top 25 Golfers Under 25” list. The conference will have representation at the Ryder Cup as former league individual champion Colin Montgomerie (1985 with former member Houston Baptist) will captain the European team. Montgomerie will be the second conference alum to lead a Ryder Cup squad. Hal Sutton (Centenary) served as captain for the United States in 2004.

The Ospreys’ men’s golf team spent the year ranked among the top programs in the country alongside ETSU. Both advanced to NCAA postseason play and the Ospreys made the nationals for the first time as a conference member. Sophomore Sean Dale earned AllAmerica honors and qualified for the US Amateur, as did his teammates Kevin Alywin and Kevin Phelan. Phelan opened his summer by qualifying for the US Open at Pebble Beach. ETSU’s Rhys Enoch tied for the individual title at the NCAA East Regional and his play carried into summer as he made his second Palmer Cup team and advanced all the way to the quarterfinals of the British Amateur. Individual performances stood out on the diamond as FGCU’s Chris Sale became a consensus All-America en route to becoming the

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Chipper Chipper Jones Jones Golf Golf Invitational Invitational Chipper Jones Supports Stetson Baseball

Chipper Jones

Atlanta Braves’ All-Star Chipper Jones is making an annual commitment to the Stetson Baseball program. Jones, along with lifelong friend and agent B.B. Abbott, have put together the Chipper Jones Celebrity Golf Invitational, an annual event held each November at Bear’s Best Atlanta Golf Course in Suwanee, Georgia. The exciting two-day event begins with a silent auction, a dinner/banquet, and a live auction. Golf begins after lunch on day two and concludes with an awards dinner. Numerous celebrities from the Atlanta area and beyond participate in the event. Jeff Foxworthy, Roy Firestone, Ron White, and Cledus T. Judd have provided special entertainment. Proceeds from the tournament directly benefit Stetson Baseball, as well as other athletic department programs. Overall, Stetson has benefited by over 900,000 dollars in the first eight years of the event. In addition, the Georgia Chapter of Cystic Fibrosis, Camp Twin Lakes in Rutledge, Georgia, and the Chipper A tournament participant poses for photo with Jones Family Foundation (which Chipper Jones, Tom Glavine and John Smoltz. supports several children’s charities and organizations such as the Boys and Girls Club, the Florida and Georgia Sheriff’s Youth Ranches and Homes, and local Little League programs) also benefit from the tournament. Jones’ partnership with Stetson Baseball dates back to the late 1960s, when Chipper’s father Larry and current Hatter coach Pete Dunn played together at Stetson. Larry Jones, a shortstop, and Dunn, a catcher, were members of Stetson’s first NCAA tournament team in 1970. Larry Jones later served for seven years as an assistant coach under Dunn. C h i p p e r J o n e s , D u n n ’s godson, and B.B. Abbott grew up in the DeLand area and regularly attended Pete Dunn Baseball camps. The Hatters would like to thank Chipper Jones and B.B. Abbott for their dedication and committment to the Stetson Baseball program.

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