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Location ...................................................... DeLand, Fla. 32723 Founded ................................................................................. 1883 Enrollment ............................................................................ 2,741 Nickname .......................................................................... Hatters Colors ................................................ Hunter Green and White Home Field........................... Melching Field at Conrad Park Capacity/Opened ................................................. 2,500 / 1999 Dimensions ................................................L-335, C-403, R-335 Affiliation ...........................................................NCAA Division I Conference...............................................................Atlantic Sun President......................................................Dr. Wendy B. Libby Alma Mater .....................................................Cornell, 1972 Athletics Director........................................................ Jeff Altier Alma Mater ....................................................Stetson, 1982 Athletic Department Phone .......................... 386-822-8100 Ticket Office Phone ...........................................386-738-HATS

Head Coach ...........................................Pete Dunn (Stetson ’72) Overall Record (Years) ...............................1,167-739-3 (32) Record at Stetson (Years) ..............................................Same Baseball Office Phone ........................................... 386-822-8106 Best time to call ................................................................Mornings Assistant Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator .................................................... Mark Leavitt (Princeton ’88) Pitching Coach ......................Chris Roberts (Florida State ‘92) Volunteer Assistant .................. Matt Untiet (Connecticut ‘08) Athletic Trainer .............................................................. Dan Riegle Equipment Manager ................................................ Jeff Brawner Team Manager ..............................................................Austin Marr

History First Year of Baseball / Division I ....................... 1901 / 1972 All-time Record (94 years) ................ 1,851-1,379-11 (.571) Record Since 1972 (40 years)................. 1,299-804-3 (.616) Number of Years in the CWS (Last) ............................... None No. of Years in NCAA Regionals (Last)........... ...... 17 (2011) Last Post season Opponent ............South Carolina (2011) Result ............................... L, 8-2 (NCAA Columbia Regional)

Athletics Communications Assistant A.D./Contact .......................................... Ricky Hazel E-mail .................................................. jhazel@stetson.edu Office Phone ................................................ 386-822-3130 Cell Phone..................................................... 334-372-7032 Twitter ..............................................................@RHazel_SID Assistant Director ............................................. Jesse Cazakoff E-mail ..............................................jcazakof@stetson.edu Office Phone ................................................ 386-822-8131 Cell Phone ..................................................... 914-388-6692 Office Fax .............................................................. 386-822-7486 Press Box Phone ................................................. 386-736-7360 Address .......................... 421 N. Woodland Blvd., Unit 8359 ................................................................ DeLand, Fla. 32723 Overnight ........................................ 143 E. Pennsylvania Ave. .....................................................................Edmunds Center ................................................................ DeLand, Fla. 32720 Athletics Web Site................................ www.GoHatters.com

Hatter Vision Play-by-play Announcer ..................................... Bill Topping Cell Phone ............................................................ 386-717-8982 E-mail ................................................willtopping@yahoo.com Web Streaming..................................... www.GoHatters.com

Team Information 2011 Overall Record ...............................................................43-20 Home Record ...................................................................... 27-9 Road Record ........................................................................ 13-7 Neutral Site .............................................................................3-4 2011 Atlantic Sun Record (Finish).............................. 23-7 (1st) Post season Play ...................................Columbia (SC) Regional Final Ranking Last Year (Poll) ............30 (Collegiate Baseball) .................................................................28 (ESPN/USA Today) ...................................................................................RV (NCBWA) Lettermen Returning/Lost .....................................................25/8 Starters Returning/Lost (non-pitchers) ............................... 6/3 Starters Returning/Lost (pitchers) ......................................... 6/0 Newcomers ...................................................................................... 11

Player Information Returning Starters Ryan Lashley Robert Crews Mark Jones Ben Carhart Spencer Theisen Trey Blackman Others Returning Mitchel Brennan Kyle Zech Starters Lost Nick Rickles Jeff Simpson Sean Emory Pitchers Returning Jake Boyd Lindsey Caughel Tucker Donahue Will Dorsey Joe Dye Cameron Griffin Austin Perez Robbie Powell Kurt Schluter Pitchers Lost Lee Cheneler

Pos. B/T Yr. Stats 1B R/R Jr. .239, 1 HR, 27 RBI 2B R/R Sr. .332, 4 HR, 39 RBI SS R/R Sr. .333, 5 HR, 37 RBI 3B R/R Sr. .323, 7 HR, 63 RBI OF L/L Sr. .276, 0 HR, 29 RBI DH S/R Sr. .261, 1 HR, 21 RBI Pos. B/T Yr. Stats OF L/L Jr. .347, 3 HR, 18 RBI OF R/R So. .290, 0 HR, 5 RBI Pos. B/T Stats C R/R .347, 12 HR, 62 RBI OF L/L .274, 0 HR, 22 RBI OF L/R .260, 0 HR, 16 RBI S/R B/T Yr. Stats R R/R Sr. 9-1, 2.93, 63 K, 6 SV S R/R Sr. 6-2, 4.88, 52 K B R/R Sr. 3-3, 3.76, 63 K, 1 SV S R/R Sr. 7-6, 4.52, 64 K R R/R Jr. 1-0, 3.95, 14 K R L/L So. 1-1, 4.50, 24 K B L/L So. 2-3, 4.64, 46 K R R/R Sr. 5-3, 3.42, 47 K, 8 SV S R/R Jr. 8-0, 1.40, 55 K S/R B/T Stats B L/L 1-0, 8.44, 5 K

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Table of Contents Media Information ................................................................................ 1-4 Quick Facts .......................................................................................... 1 Table of Contents / Schedule ....................................................... 2 Media Information ........................................................................... 3 Opponent Directory ........................................................................ 4 Stetson University ........................................................................... 5 Melching Field at Conrad Park ................................................. 6-7 2012 Roster / Depth Chart ......................................................8-10 2012 Season Preview.............................................................. 11-15 Hatter Coaching Staff ...................................................................... 17-25 Head Coach Pete Dunn ........................................................ 18-22 Assistant Head Coach Mark Leavitt .........................................23 Assistant Coach Chris Roberts ...................................................24 Assistant Coach Matt Untiet .......................................................25 2012 Player Profiles ........................................................................... 27-44 32 Years of Baseball under Coach Dunn .................................45 2011 in Review .................................................................................. 46-54 2011 Statistics / Results ......................................................... 46-52 Season Review .................................................................................53 Conference Standings, Review ..................................................54 Hatter Records & History ............................................................... 55-82 Individual Career and Season Records ............................ 55-57 Team Records ...................................................................................58 Single-Game Records ....................................................................59 NCAA Postseason History ...........................................................60 Hatters in the Pros .................................................................. 61-62 Honors and Awards................................................................. 63-65 Team Awards ...................................................................................66 Year-by-Year Results ................................................................ 67-80 Travel Plans .......................................................................................80 Records vs. Opponents .................................................................81 Stetson Coaching History ............................................................82 The University ................................................................................... 83-88 The President and Director of Athletics ..................................83 University Athletic Facilities .......................................................84 Sports Medicine/Strength and Conditioning .......................85 Administrative and Support Staff .............................................86 Chipper Jones Celebrity Golf Tournament ............................87 Atlantic Sun Conference...............................................................88

Credits The 2012 Stetson University Baseball Media Guide was edited and designed by Assistant Athletics Director for Communications Ricky Hazel. Thanks to all past Communications Directors at Stetson for their efforts. Covers Designed by Ricky Hazel. Photography by Jim Hogue Photos and Sideline Sports. Printing by Digital Press, Inc., Daytona Beach, Fla.

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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2012 Schedule Day Date Opponent Location Fri Feb 17 George Washington Melching Field Sat Feb 18 George Washington Melching Field Sun Feb 19 George Washington Melching Field Fri Feb 24 Central Michigan Melching Field Sat Feb 25 Central Michigan (DH) Melching Field Sun Feb 26 Central Michigan Melching Field Tue Feb 28 Bethune-Cookman Daytona Beach Fri Mar 2 Penn# Melching Field Sat Mar 3 Southern Illinois# Melching Field Sun Mar 4 Georgia State# Melching Field Tue Mar 6 Maine Melching Field Fri Mar 9 Harvard Melching Field Sat Mar 10 Harvard Melching Field Sun Mar 11 Harvard Melching Field Mon Mar 12 Harvard Melching Field Fri Mar 16 Rutgers Melching Field Sat Mar 17 Rutgers Melching Field Sun Mar 18 Rutgers Melching Field Tue Mar 20 Florida State Tallahassee Wed Mar 21 Florida State Tallahassee Fri Mar 23 Belmont* Nashville, TN Sat Mar 24 Belmont* Nashville, TN Sun Mar 25 Belmont* Nashville, TN Fri Mar 30 Mercer* Macon, GA Sat Mar 31 Mercer* Macon, GA Sun Apr 1 Mercer* Macon, GA Tue Apr 3 USF Tampa Thu Apr 5 Jacksonville* Melching Field Fri Apr 6 Jacksonville* Melching Field Sat Apr 7 Jacksonville* Melching Field Tue Apr 10 USF Melching Field Fri Apr 13 Kennesaw State* Kennesaw, GA Sat Apr 14 Kennesaw State* Kennesaw, GA Sun Apr 15 Kennesaw State* Kennesaw, GA Wed Apr 18 Miami Coral Gables Fri Apr 20 Lipscomb* Melching Field Sat Apr 21 Lipscomb* Melching Field Sun Apr 22 Lipscomb* Melching Field Tue Apr 24 Bethune-Cookman Melching Field Fri Apr 27 North Florida* Jacksonville Sat Apr 28 North Florida* Jacksonville Sun Apr 29 North Florida* Jacksonville Wed May 2 UCF Melching Field Fri May 4 USC-Upstate* Melching Field Sat May 5 USC-Upstate* Melching Field Sun May 6 USC-Upstate* Melching Field Tue May 8 Florida State Melching Field Wed May 9 Florida State Melching Field Fri May 11 ETSU* Johnson City, TN Sat May 12 ETSU* Johnson City, TN Sun May 13 ETSU* Johnson City, TN Tue May 15 UCF Orlando Thu May 17 FGCU* Melching Field Fri May 18 FGCU* Melching Field Sat May 19 FGCU* Melching Field May 23-27 A-Sun Tournament Melching Field June 1-4 NCAA Regionals TBA June 8-11 NCAA Super RegionalsTBA June 16-27 College World Series Omaha, NE * Atlantic Sun Conference Games All Times Eastern # Brighthouse Invitational Tournament Games

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Media Information A Hatter Vision Stetson University will provide live video broadcasts of all Hatters home games in 2012 through the athletics web site at 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 1015 minutes prior to first pitch.

Credential Requests Requests for credentials to Stetson’s home baseball games should be made to Assistant Athletics Director for Communications Ricky Hazel. 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.

Player Interviews All player interviews should be coordinated through the Stetson Athletics Communications office. Call Ricky Hazel 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 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.

Tommy Smith

Erica Demers

Branden Sears

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Associated Press - Miami Phone: (800) 824-5498 Fax: (305) 594-9265 Burke Noel - Sports Editor Daytona Beach News-Journal Phone: (386) 252-1511 x2416 E-Mail: burke.noel@news-jrnl.com Tim Stephens - Florida Sports Topic Manager The Orlando Sentinel Phone: (407) 420-5698 E-Mail: tstephens@orlandosentinel.com Roger Gilmore - Sports Editor West Volusia Beacon Phone: (386) 734-4622 E-Mail: info@beacononlinenews.com Jon Owens - Sports Editor Sanford Herald Phone: (407) 322-2611 E-Mail: owens@sanfordherald.com Aaron Fitt - Baseball America Phone: 949-614-5631 E-Mail: aaronfitt@baseballamerica.com Lou Pavolich - Collegiate Baseball Phone: 520-623-4530 E-Mail: lou@baseballnews.com Joe Kepner - Sports Director WFTV-TV (ABC) Phone: (407) 244-8367 E-Mail: Joe.Kepner@wftv.com Pat Clarke, Sports Director WESH-TV (NBC) Phone: (407) 539-7878 E-Mail: pclarke@hearst.com David Pingalore, Sports Director WKMG-TV (CBS) Phone: (407) 521-1323 E-Mail: dpingalore@wkmg.com

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N Opponent Contact Information C Belmont Harvard Baseball SID ................................Dan Forcella SID ............................. Kurt Svoboda A Office Phone............................615-460-8023 Baseball Office Phone............................617-495-2206 Phone ................................207-650-6790 Cell Phone ................................617-872-6111 A Cell Twitter ............................. @BelmontBaseball Twitter ............................... @harvardcrimson ‘70

E-mail ................dan.forcella@belmont.edu Website .........................belmontbruins.com

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Baseball SID ...................... Mike Stambaugh Office Phone............................386-481-2278 Cell Phone ............................................................ Twitter ..................................... @BCUAthletics E-mail .......... mstambaugh@cookman.edu Website ..............................BCCathletics.com

Pennsylvania

E-mail ...............ksvoboda@fas.harvard.edu Website ................................ GoCrimson.com

Baseball SID ........................................Alex Keil Office Phone............................215-898-6128 Cell Phone ............................................................ Twitter ....................................@pennathletics E-mail ............................ alexkeil@upenn.edu Website ........................... pennathletics.com

Jacksonville

Rutgers

Baseball SID ............................Brian DeLettre Office Phone............................904-256-7478 Cell Phone ............................................................ Twitter ................................................................... E-mail ....................................... tdelett@ju.edu Website ................................. judolphins.com

Baseball SID ....................................Jimmy Gill Office Phone............................732-445-7886 Cell Phone ................................302-381-0831 Twitter ................................................ @jgill027 E-mail ....................jgill@scarletknights.com Website ..........................ScarletKnights.com

‘89 Central Michigan Kennesaw State South Florida Baseball SID ................................... Kyle Kelley Baseball SID ...................................Mark Toma Baseball SID .............................Ashley Walker ‘90 Office Phone............................989-774-1128 Office Phone............................770-499-3217 Office Phone............................813-974-4087 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01

Cell Phone ................................504-346-1306 Twitter .....................................@CMUBaseball E-mail ............................Kelle2ks@cmich.edu Website .........................cmuchippawas.com

Cell Phone ................................770-862-8556 Twitter ................................. @KSUOwlNation E-mail ......................mtoma@kennesaw.edu Website .......................................ksuowls.com

Cell Phone ............................................................ Twitter .......................................@USFBaseball E-mail ........................ ashleywalker@usf.edu Website ..................................gousfbulls.com

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Lipscomb

Southern Illinois

Baseball SID .................................. Ryan Dunn Office Phone............................423-439-8212 Cell Phone ................................423-741-4549 Twitter ............................................ @RS_Dunn E-mail ...................etsusportsinfo@etsu.edu Website .....................................etsubucs.com

‘02 Florida Gulf Coast ‘03 ‘05

Baseball SID ........................... Patrick Pierson Office Phone............................239-590-7061 Cell Phone ................................239-357-2390 Twitter ................................... @FGCUBaseball E-mail ..............................ppierson@fgcu.edu Website ................. www.fgcuathletics.com

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Baseball SID ............................Jason Leturmy Office Phone...............................850-644-3920 Cell Phone ................................850-228-7568 Twitter .................................... @FSU_baseball E-mail ..................................jleturmy@fsu.edu Website .......................www.seminoles.com

Baseball SID ..............................Jamie Gilliam Office Phone............................615-966-5166 Cell Phone ................................256-221-3561 Twitter ................................ @LipscombBison E-mail ............ jamie.gilliam@lipscomb.edu Website ........................lipscombsports.com

Maine Baseball SID .................................. Laura Reed Office Phone............................207-581-3646 Cell Phone ................................207-478-4256 Twitter .............................. @BlackBearNation E-mail ............. laura.reed@umit.maine.edu Website ............................GoBlackBears.com

Mercer Baseball SID ............................. Jason Farhadi Office Phone............................478-301-5218 Cell Phone ................................401-965-1613 Twitter ...................................... @MercerBears E-mail ......................farhadi_jb@mercer.edu Website ..............................mercerbears.com

George Washington

Miami

Baseball SID .............................. Dan DiVeglio Office Phone............................202-994-0339 Cell Phone ................................202-578-2652 Twitter .........................................@GW_Sports E-mail ............................d.diveglio@gwu.edu Website .................................... gwsports.com

Baseball SID .......................... Bryan J. Harvey Office Phone............................305-284-3249 Cell Phone ................................305-301-9826 Twitter .................................. @CanesBaseball E-mail ........................... bharvey@miami.edu Website ...................... HurricaneSports.com

Georgia State

North Florida

Baseball SID ...........................Ned Colegrove Office Phone............................404-413-4166 Cell Phone ................................518-817-3564 Twitter .....................................@GSUPanthers E-mail ...........................ecolegrove@gsu.edu Website ................GeorgiaStateSports.com

Baseball SID ........................Chris Whitehead Office Phone............................904-620-4029 Cell Phone ................................404-697-6363 Twitter ............................ @ChrisWhitehead5 E-mail ...................chris.whtehead@unf.edu Website .................................unfospreys.com

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Baseball SID ............................Scott Gierman Office Phone............................618-453-5470 Cell Phone ................................618-694-9107 Twitter ...........................................@SIUSalukis E-mail ................................sgierman@siu.edu Website .................................. SIUSalukis.com

UCF Baseball SID ................................Eric DeSalvo Office Phone............................407-823-6489 Cell Phone ................................407-519-0428 Twitter ..................................@LumberKnight E-mail .............. edesalvo@athletics.ucf.edu Website ................................ucfathletics.com

USC Upstate Baseball SID ..............................Alex Edwards Office Phone............................864-503-5166 Cell Phone ................................864-279-4829 Twitter ..............................@UpstateSpartans E-mail ...............aedwards@uscupstate.edu Website ...................... upstatespartans.com

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 home games Live audio broadcasts of all games Post game stories Box scores Team statistics Player profiles

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• Location – The DeLand campus is in Central Florida, 35 miles from Orlando and 25 miles from Daytona Beach. • Greek Life – For 100 years and then some, fraternities and sororities on our campus have forged a rich heritage of tradition, history, success and pride. The campus holds 10 Greek organizations – six fraternities and five sororities. • Athletics – Stetson is an NCAA Division I member of the Atlantic Sun Conference. The athletic department sponsors 18 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, volleyball and sand volleyball. The baseball team won A-Sun championship in 2011. In the next year the varsity sports of football and women’s lacrosse will be added to the athletics lineup. • Admission – The academic criteria include a challenging high school curriculum. A 3.72 was the average GPA of incoming freshmen in 2011. The SAT range of the middle 50 percent of the 2011 entering first-year class was 10701240; the ACT range was 22-27. • Financial Assistance – Stetson University is committed to making higher education as affordable as possible. When a financial aid package is developed, students may be offered gift aid (grants and scholarships), loans and student employment. Determinations for aid are considered upon financial need, merit, and fund availability. • Academic Programs – There are more than 60 majors and minors offered within Stetson’s four colleges and schools: the College of Arts & Sciences, the College of Law, the School of Music, and the School of Business Administration.

Stetson University in central Florida dares its students to go beyond success – to significance. Since 1883, Stetson’s vision has remained constant, engaging students with rigorous academics and instilling civic values for life. An independent university, Stetson offers a comprehensive education in the arts and sciences, business, law and music. Both bachelor’s and master’s degrees are awarded. The university has four locations across Central Florida: DeLand, Gulfport/St. Petersburg, Tampa and Celebration, and offers an extensive study abroad program. Stetson was the first private university in Florida to be awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious undergraduate honor society, and consistently earns high national rankings for academic excellence and community-engaged learning. U.S. News & World Report ranks Stetson third among the South’s top regional universities in its 2012 “Best Colleges” edition. Stetson is also listed as one of the South’s “Great Schools, Great Prices,” based on academic quality and average cost. 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 National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). The Faculty – The DeLand campus has 193 full-time faculty members, 95 percent of whom hold Ph.D. or equivalent degrees and who teach undergraduate classes. Our student/faculty ratio is 11-to-1, which allows for close interaction between professors and students for teaching, advising, research and other special projects. Global Focus – Through distinctive programs, such as Russian Studies, Latin American Studies, International Relations, the Washington Semester and School of Business Administration’s international focus, Stetson prepares students to succeed in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Students may study in other countries for a few weeks to a full semester. Faculty-led programs take place in Austria, Brazil, England, France, Germany, Guatemala, Hong Kong, mainland China, Mexico, Russia, Scotland and Spain. The Business School offers overseas components to such locations as China, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. The Students – Stetson’s 2,291 undergraduates come from 42 states and 41 foreign countries; 58 percent of undergraduates are female and 42 percent are male. Most entering students were among the top 25 percent of their high school class and were deeply involved in school and community activities. Campus Life – The DeLand campus alone is home to more than 100 student organizations, including service and special interest groups, student government, social fraternities and sororities, and 17 scholastic and honorary societies including Omicron Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma and Alpha Kappa Psi. Eighty percent of Stetson students live on campus, in a variety of residence hall options from traditional to apartments. There’s even an option for on-campus housing that allows students to have pets! 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, counseling, education, and English. The Juris Doctor and Master of Laws are offered through Stetson’s College of Law. Several joint programs are offered. Facilities – Stetson boasts a charming mix of historical and contemporary buildings on 150 acres at the DeLand campus. The heart of the campus is included in the Stetson University National Historic District, but classrooms, labs and the library offer stateof-the-art modern technology and specialized equipment. The duPont-Ball Library houses extensive print collections and access to more than 100 subscription electronic databases, 75,000 e-books, and 65,000 full-text journals, as well as many computer workstations for student use. The public often enjoys lectures, concerts, art exhibitions, plays and other cultural opportunities in historic Lee Chapel, the Hand Art Center, the Gillespie Museum and the Carlton Union Building. 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 with excellent health and wellness opportunities.

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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 13 seasons, the Hatters have built quite a home field advantage at “The MAC”. Stetson is 320-151 all-time at Melching Field, good for a .679 winning percentage. Melching Field has also served as the host stadium for the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament from 2002-09. After a two year absence, that even will return to DeLand this spring. 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 more than hald a million 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 2012 season marks the debut of a new high-tech scoreboard is located in left field and is equipped with state-ofthe-art message center and graphics board. The new $300,000 scoreboard is compliments by a $150,000 sound system.

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 Melching Field at Conrad Park, in addition to a pro-style locker room and the newly renovated Carlton Family Room, a player’s lounge. Another recent 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. R. Dale Melching, a member of the Stetson class of 1944, was a student-athlete, playing 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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All-Time Best 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 May 10, 2011 ..................Florida State ............................................. 2,815 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 Feb. 18, 2011* ................Georgia ...................................................... 2,279 Mar. 3, 2004.....................Florida ........................................................ 2,248 Feb. 24, 2008 ..................Missouri ..................................................... 2,276 Mar. 2, 2001.....................Michigan ................................................... 2,200 * - opening day; ^ A-Sun tournament

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 Ball Game” in the 7th inning.

Year-By-Year 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 2011................. 27-9 ............ .750 .............36,740 ............. 36........... 1,020 13 Years.... 320-151 .......679 ........ 513,401 ........433 .......1,185

Melching Field will once again host the Atlantic Sun Conference Championship Tournament in 2012. The facility served as the event host from 2002 thru 2009.

Record vs. All Opponents Team ........................W-L ......Pct. Akron ...............................1-0 .....1.000 Appalachian State .......3-0 .....1.000 Belmont ..........................9-8 ....... .529 Bethune-Cookman ... 24-4 ...... .857 Boston College .............1-4 ....... .200 Campbell ...................... 13-5 ...... .722 Centenary .......................1-2 ....... .333 UCF ................................. 5-16 ...... .238 Central Michigan ....... 10-2 ...... .833 Charleston Southern ..3-0 .....1.000 Columbia ........................2-0 .....1.000 Connecticut ...................1-0 .....1.000 Cornell .............................2-0 .....1.000 Creighton .......................2-0 .....1.000 Eastern Kentucky .........3-0 .....1.000 ETSU .................................9-1 ....... .900 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 ...1-1 ....... .500 Florida State ..................0-6 ....... .000 Fordham .........................2-0 .....1.000 Gardner-Webb ............ 10-2 ...... .833 George Washington....2-2 ....... .500 Georgia............................3-0 .....1.000 Georgia Southern ........1-1 ....... .500 Georgia State ................8-1 ....... .889 Harvard ...........................0-1 ....... .000 Holy Cross.......................2-0 .....1.000 Illinois...............................2-0 .....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............6-3 ....... .667 Kentucky .........................1-0 .....1.000 Lipscomb ........................9-5 ....... .643

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N 2012 Stetson Numerical Roster C No. Name Pos B/T Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown/High School/JC Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Lake Brantley HS) A 1 Tanner Blackman IF/OF R/R 6-0 190 Fr. 2 Robert Crews IF R/R 6-0 185 Gr. Port Charlotte, Fla. (Charlotte HS) A 3 Kyle Zech OF R/R 6-3 195 So. Naples, Fla. (Naples HS) ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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

Mark Jones Mitchel Brennan Sam Kimmel Spencer Theisen Robert Bruce Ethan Maskolunas Garrett Russini Ryan Lashley Lindsey Caughel Josh Powers Robbie Powell James Rasmussen Brian Eggleston Ben Carhart Kevin Lindheim Trey Blackman Kurt Schluter Kyle Pitts Will Dorsey Cameron Griffin Darby McCormick Drew Jackson Justin Pickens Jake Boyd Kyle Campbell Ben Rakus Austin Perez Joe Dye Chad Rood Tucker Donahue Tyler Warmoth Ike Greenspon

IF OF/LHP C/INF OF OF C C IF RHP RHP RHP OF OF IF/P OF C/1B RHP IF RHP LHP UTIL RHP RHP RHP C/INF RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP

R/R L/L L/R L/L L/R R/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

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

195 175 180 175 185 175 200 185 195 215 180 185 185 180 190 215 185 180 190 210 185 165 175 200 185 240 175 210 170 195 185 190

Sr. Jr. Jr. Sr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Sr. Jr. So. Sr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. Sr. So. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. So. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Sr. Fr. Fr.

Bunnell, Fla. (Flagler Palm Coast HS) Orlando, Fla. (Boone HS/Tallahassee CC) West Palm Beach, Fla. (P.B. Gardens HS/Indian River St.) Longwood, Fla. (Bishop Moore HS/Seminole State) Sarasota, Fla. (Riverview HS) Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic HS) Bradenton, Fla. (Braden River HS) Lake Worth, Fla. (Park Vista HS) Orlando, Fla. (Lake Highland Prep) New Smyrna Beach, Fla. (HS) Punta Gorda, Fla. (Charlotte HS) Tallahassee, Fla. (Lawton Chiles HS) Chantilly, Va. (Salisbury [Conn.] School) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (P.B. Gardens HS /P.B. State) Naples, Fla. (HS) Altamonte Springs, Fla. (Lake Brantley HS/Tallahassee CC) Jupiter, Fla. (HS) Coral Springs, Fla. (Coral Springs Christian Acad.) Atlantic Beach, Fla. (Providence School) Naples, Fla. (HS) Naples, Fla. (Gulf Coast HS) Naples, Fla. (Barron Collier/Naples HS) Sanford, Fla. (Seminole HS) West Palm Beach, Fla. (John Leonard HS) Lakeland, Fla. (Santa Fe Catholic HS) West Suffield, Conn. (Suffield Academy) Loxahatchee, Fla. (Royal Palm Beach HS) Royal Palm Beach, Fla. (HS) DeLand, Fla. (HS/FSCJ) Coral Springs, Fla. (Stoneman Douglas HS) Longwood, Fla. (Lake Brantley HS) Long Grove, Ill. (Adlai Stevenson HS)

R E G Coaching Staff 25 Pete Dunn Head Coach Stetson, 1972 33rd Year I 40 Mark Leavitt Asst. Head Coach Princeton, 1988 3rd Year Chris Roberts Asst. Coach Florida State, 1992 4th Year O 32 31 Matt Untiet Asst. Coach Connecticut, 2008 2nd Year N Support Staff Dan Riegle, ATC Athletic Trainer A Jeff Brawner Equipment Manager L Austin Marr Team Manager S 8 2012 Media Guide & Record Book


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RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP

R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R

6-3 6-5 6-0 5-11 6-3 5-11 6-2 6-2 6-1 6-3 6-5 5-11 6-3 5-10 6-1 6-2 5-10

195 215 180 180 185 190 210 165 175 200 240 175 210 170 195 185 190

Sr. Orlando, Fla. Fr. New Smyrna Beach, Fla. Sr. Punta Gorda, Fla. Sr. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Jr. Jupiter, Fla. Sr. Atlantic Beach, Fla. So. Naples, Fla. Fr. Naples, Fla. So. Sanford, Fla. Sr. West Palm Beach, Fla. Fr. West Suffield, Conn. So. Loxahatchee, Fla. Jr. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Jr. DeLand, Fla. Sr. Coral Springs, Fla. Fr. Longwood, Fla. Fr. Long Grove, Ill.

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

Ht. 6-0 5-7 6-0 6-1 6-0

Wt. 180 175 200 215 185

Cl. Hometown Jr. West Palm Beach, Fla. Sr. Lakeland, Fla. Fr. Bradenton, Fla. Sr. Altamonte Springs, Fla. So. Lakeland, Fla.

Lindsey Caughel Josh Powers Robbie Powell Ben Carhart Kurt Schluter Will Dorsey Cameron Griffin Drew Jackson Justin Pickens Jake Boyd Ben Rakus Austin Perez Joe Dye Chad Rood Tucker Donahue Tyler Warmoth Ike Greenspon

Catchers No. Name 7 Sam Kimmel 10 Ethan Maskolunas 11 Garrett Russini 24 Trey Blackman 38 Kyle Campbell

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Hometown

Infielders No. Name 1 Tanner Blackman 2 Robert Crews 4 Mark Jones 5 Mitchel Brennan 7 Sam Kimmel 12 Ryan Lashley 22 Ben Carhart 24 Trey Blackman 27 Kurt Schluter 28 Kyle Pitts 34 Darby McCormick 38 Kyle Campbell

Pos. INF 2B SS 1B 1B INF 3B 1B 1B INF UTIL UTIL

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

Ht. 6-0 6-0 6-1 6-1 6-0 6-0 5-11 6-1 6-3 5-9 6-1 6-0

Wt. 190 185 195 175 180 185 180 215 185 180 185 185

Cl. Hometown Fr. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Gr. Port Charlotte, Fla. Sr. Bunnell, Fla. Jr. Orlando, Fla. Jr. West Palm Beach, Fla. Jr. Lake Worth, Fla. Sr. Royal Palm Beach, Fla. Sr. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Jr. Jupiter, Fla. Fr. Coral Springs, Fla. Fr. Naples, Fla. So. Lakeland, Fla.

Outfielders No. Name 1 Tanner Blackman 3 Kyle Zech 5 Mitchel Brennan 8 Spencer Theisen 9 Robert Bruce 17 James Rasmussen 18 Brian Eggleston 23 Kevin Lindheim

Pos. OF OF OF OF OF OF OF OF

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

Ht. 6-0 6-3 6-1 5-11 6-4 6-3 6-0 6-1

Wt. 190 195 175 175 185 185 185 190

Cl. Hometown Fr. Altamonte Springs, Fla. So. Naples, Fla. Jr. Orlando, Fla. Sr. Longwood, Fla. So. Sarasota, Fla. Jr. Tallahassee, Fla. So. Chantilly, Va. So. Naples, Fla.

No. Name Pos. 1 Tanner Blackman INF 24 Trey Blackman 1B 37 5 9 38

Jake Boyd RHP Mitchel Brennan OF Robert Bruce OF Kyle Campbell 1B

22 Ben Carhart 3B 2 Robert Crews 2B 13 Lindsey Caughel RHP

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Tucker Donahue RHP ‘88 Will Dorsey RHP Joe Dye RHP ‘89 Brian Eggleston OF ‘90 57 Ike Greenspon RHP ‘00 30 Cameron Griffin LHP 35 Drew Jackson RHP ‘05 4 Mark Jones SS 7 12 23 10

Sam Kimmel C Ryan Lashley INF Kevin Lindheim OF Ethan Maskolunas C

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Darby McCormick UT Austin Perez LHP Justin Pickens RHP Kyle Pitts INF Robbie Powell RHP

14 Josh Powers RHP 41 Ben Rakus RHP 17 James Rasmussen OF 45 11 27 8 55

Chad Rood RHP Garrett Russini C Kurt Schluter RHP Spencer Theisen OF Tyler Warmoth RHP

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N 2012 Stetson Depth Chart C Left Field Center Field A 3 • Kyle Zech 8 • Spencer Theisen* A 17 • James Rasmussen 3 • Kyle Zech ‘70

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Right Field 5 • Mitchel Brennan* 9 • Robert Bruce 23 • Kevin Lindheim 17 • James Rasmussen

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Third Base 22 • Ben Carhart* 12 • Ryan Lashley 28 • Kyle Pitts 38 • Kyle Campbell Starting RHP 27 • Kurt Schluter* 13 • Lindsey Caughel* 29 • Will Dorsey* 14 • Josh Powers

RH Relievers 37 • Jake Boyd 16 • Robbie Powell 50 • Tucker Donahue 44 • Joe Dye 22 • Ben Carhart 45 • Chad Rood 36 • Justin Pickens 35 • Drew Jackson 41 • Ben Rakus 55 • Tyler Warmoth 57 • Ike Greenspon

12 • Ryan Lashley* 24 • Trey Blackman 34 • Darby McCormick 38 • Kyle Campbell

Starting LHP 42 • Austin Perez

LH Relievers 30 • Cameron Griffin 5 • Mitchel Brennan

DH 24 • Trey Blackman* 12 • Ryan Lashley 23 • Kevin Lindheim 34 • Darby McCormick

Catcher 7 • Sam Kimmel 11 • Garrett Russini 24 • Trey Blackman 38 • Kyle Campbell 10 • Ethan Maskolunas

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R E G I 2012 Pronunciation Guide Coaching Staff 25 Pete Dunn 33rd season Head Coach O 3 Kyle Zech rhymes with Heck 40 Mark Leavitt 3rd season Asst. Head Coach 8 Spencer Theisen Thigh-sin N 13 Lindsey Caughel 32 Chris Roberts 4th season Pitching Coach caw-gull 31 Matt Untiet 2nd season Volunteer Asst. 18 Brian Eggleston EGG-el-ston A 27 Kurt Schluter shlooter Ben Rakus rake-us L 41 55 Tyler Warmoth war-MOTH S 10 2012 Media Guide & Record Book


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Expectations Are Sky-High for 2012 Hatters The Stetson University baseball program has been a model of consistency over the years under head coach Pete Dunn. The Hatters have advanced to 16 NCAA Regionals in his 32 years at the helm and have won eight Atlantic Sun Conference titles. Despite the rich history, optimism and expectation in the home clubhouse at Melching Field may very well be at an all-time high going into the 2012 campaign, and with good reason. The Hatters are coming off a 43-win season in 2011 – the best in a decade – and return the vast majority of position players and virtually the entire pitching staff. That group returns 42 of those 43 wins from last spring which, despite the incredible success, was a season filled with injuries to key players. Surrounding that pitching staff is a group of veteran players who are poised to perhaps take the Hatters further than any Stetson team has ever been. Like any coach, Dunn sees the areas where his team needs to improve to make that next step, and part of that step will come from finding steady replacements for the three starters the Hatters lost from last year. Those three starters – catcher Nick Rickles, left fielder Jeff Simpson and DH/outfielder Sean Emory – were vastly different in terms of their production on the diamond, but they were standouts in terms of the leadership they provided the Hatters, on and off the field. “We have most of the team back and, from a coaching standpoint, we were really a plus team last year with team chemistry,” Dunn said. “I think a lot of that was Simpson and Rickles. The thing we have to see quickly is how the chemistry of this team will compare without those two in the clubhouse and on the field.” That is not to say there aren’t candidates to take on the leadership mantel. The Hatters’ roster is bulging with 18 veteran players – seniors and juniors – who have been through the rigors of a long season with both positive and not so positive results to show for their efforts.

Returning Statistical Leaders Category Avg. (Min. 100 AB) Runs Hits Doubles Triples Home Runs RBI Slugging Stolen Bases Walks Hit by Pitch Starts Wins Innings Pitched ERA Strikeouts

No. .333 53 83 12 4 7 63 .481 17 29 13 15 9 83.2 1.40 64

Player Mark Jones Robert Crews Robert Crews three players Mark Jones Ben Carhart Ben Carhart Mark Jones Mark Jones Mark Jones Trey Blackman Will Dorsey Jake Boyd Will Dorsey Kurt Schluter Will Dorsey

S U N Three of those players – senior shortstop Mark Jones, junior pitcher Joe Dye and second baseman Robert Crews, who is in graduate school – have been selected as team captains for the 2012 season. Much of the leadership responsibility will fall to them. “All three have outstanding leadership qualities,” Dunn said. “Mark will be the more vocal of the three while Joe and Robert have that ‘blue collar’ approach and lead by example. “As good as Rickles was, and as hard as it’s going to be to replace him and his numbers, I believe that replacing Simpson and the intangibles he brought to the field every day might be our biggest challenge. He was a high energy, tightly-wound guy. He was a leader and I think this ball club, if we can find a guy who can adequately do those things, will be good.” One thing that should help the returning Hatters fill the team leadership roles is having everyone back at full strength for the start of the season. The 2011 team was nagged throughout the year by injuries that, with the exception of losing Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Year Kurt Schluter for the final six weeks of the year, never reached the level of costing players significant playing time. Many of the injuries the Hatters suffered – numerous ankle or lower leg injuries, wrist injuries or pitchers who were hit by batted balls – have had plenty of time to heal. Only junior left-handed pitcher Austin Perez had an injury that rose to the level of requiring surgery, but he and the rest of the Hatters are expected at or near full strength by the time Stetson opens the season on February 17 against George Washington. With so much talent and experience returning, there aren’t many questions that need answering in the days leading up to the start of the season. The two most obvious issues are finding a replacement for Simpson in the leadoff spot in the batting order and settling on an every day left fielder. Here is a look at how the Hatters stack up for the 2012 season, and a look at who will be going to the mound on a regular basis. With few exceptions, the names will be very familiar to Stetson fans from last spring.

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N Options Abound in the Outfield C Senior Spencer Theisen returns to centerfield for the 2012 season and will be the unquestioned leader of the A outfield. The lefty from Longwood, Fla., started 61 games as a junior and, although he didn’t replicate his 2010 MVP A

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year (.373, 43 RBI, 24 SB), he still produced solid offensive numbers. “You know with Theisen what you are going to get,” Dunn said. “He is one of the top defenders, in my opinion, one of the top center fielders in all of college baseball. He can go get it with the best of them. We look for him to improve his on-base percentage and approach, or exceed, his stolen base numbers from 2010.” Theisen will be flanked by a group of talented players who, depending on the situation, will be called upon to best put their strengths into play. Junior Mitchel Brennan, another left-handed hitter and thrower, will be the primary starter in right field. He was severely hampered early last year by a knee injury but, by the time the post-season rolled around, was playing at the highest level. He was named to the All-Tournament teams after both the A-Sun Championship and the Columbia Regional. Brennan, who started his collegiate career at Mercer before moving on to Tallahassee CC, hit .347 in only 75 at bats last year and may get called upon to give the Hatters’ righthand dominant pitching staff a third left-hand option. Sophomore Robert Bruce, who also hits left-handed, will miss the first month of the season, but will likely push for more playing time as the year goes along. Of all the players vying for the two corner outfield spots, the coaching staff agrees that Bruce is the best defender. Two others who will be in the outfield mix, and are locked in a battle for the starting job in leftfield, are sophomore Kyle Zech and junior James Rasmussen. Zech started 20 games in 2011 and batted .290 as a right-handed hitter while Rasmussen, who was a part-time starter in 2010, had to deal with a broken thumb he suffered against Florida State.

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While the loss of Nick Rickles, who would have been a senior this spring, to the Oakland A’s in the MLB Draft was not unexpected, it is still a blow to the Hatters’ offensive production. Rickles led the team in 2011 with a .347 average, 13 home runs and was second with 62 RBI. Enter junior college transfer Sam Kimmel. While not expected to duplicate the numbers Rickles produced, the Hatters are excited to have the left-handed hitting Kimmel in the fold, especially since he was originally recruited to replace Crews at second base. “They needed a catcher down at Indian River and Kimmel volunteered,” Dunn said. “Out of necessity, he moved behind the plate and ended up getting drafted (35th round by Cincinnati). He has good tools, and a left-handed hitter who can swing the bat.” Kimmel is so disciplined at the plate that the Stetson coaches have considered using him in a role similar to

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“Ras probably has the best arm from the outfield and he runs well,” Dunn said. “He broke his thumb toward the end of his freshman year diving for a ball and was hurt again last year. He and Zech are much the same. Zech’s tools are off the chart. He is the fastest runner we have ever had, has great arm strength and has power at the plate.” Two others in the mix for playing time in the outfield are sophomores Brian Eggleston and Kevin Lindheim. Eggleston was redshirted last spring while Lindheim converted from the mound. Kevin’s bat could well put him in the mix for a corner outfield berth.

what Tampa Bay did with John Jaso last year – hit him in the leadoff spot. “He could lead off for us, which he did some in the fall,” Dunn said. “The thing he’ll do is have a very good on-base percentage because he’ll take his walks and has a very good eye at the plate. He has a good two-strike approach and will foul pitches off. He’ll get the ball down if needed. That’s the reason we think he’s a candidate for the leadoff position.” Behind Kimmel, the Hatters have depth. If things had gone as expected, freshman Garrett Russini would likely be splitting time behind the plate with Trey Blackman, who gave the Hatters some key innings behind the plate in 2011. With Kimmel in the mix, Russini will serve as the backup and Blackman will catch in an emergency. The Hatters can also turn to senior Ethan Maskolunas or sophomore Kyle Campbell for additional depth at the position.

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Veterans Cover the Infield If you were directing a sight-seeing tour of the Hatters infield for 2012, you would probably tell your tourists that there is nothing new to see here, keep moving please. All four starters are back, three with All-Conference qualifications. In their Stetson careers, the quartet of third baseman Ben Carhart (61), shortstop Mark Jones (156), second baseman Robert Crews (169) and first baseman Ryan Lashley (108) have started almost 500 combined games for the Hatters. All but Carhart has started at multiple infield positions. There is no substitute for that level of experience on any team. The remarkable thing about the group is that only Jones and Carhart were recruited to play the position they now occupy, and Jones took a circuitous route to get there. He initially struggled with the position as a freshman, was moved to second base, then third, before returning to shortstop last year. Carhart, who was selected by the Dodgers in the 19th round out of junior college, was brought in to be both the third baseman and closer and hit in the middle of the lineup. He led Stetson with 63 RBI last year, one better than Rickles. If the ankle injury that hampered him last year, and his lost velocity returns as a result of that injury, he could be back in the closer role, at least on a part-time basis. Like Jones, Crews came in as a shortstop and bounced to third base before landing at second base. Now a graduate student, Crews passed up a job offer in his major field of finance to return for his final year of eligibility with the Hatters. Lashley, the only junior of the group, was a freshman All-American at shortstop two seasons ago, but moved to first base last year. If the Hatters were to run into an injury at any of the other infield positions, he would be the first in line to switch positions to fill the void. That group will occupy much of the middle of the batting order, with Jones, Crews and Carhart likely hit-

S U N ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘00 ting in the 1-2-3 or 4 spots. Lashley, if he bounces back to his freshman level of production following a sophomore slump at the plate, would likely be right there in the 5 or 6 spot. “Carhart will be the three or four hole hitter and has an opportunity to be our top RBI guy again this year,” Dunn said. “Mark is very athletic and proved that last year. He could very well be our leadoff guy. He has good speed and great instincts on the bases. I wouldn’t be surprised to see him lead the team in steals this year. “From a coaching standpoint, it’s so nice knowing that Crews is out there because he will make all of the routine plays and then will make some really ridiculous plays. Lashley was a freshman All-American in 2010 because of the way he swung the shillelagh. We’re looking for him to regain the form he had as a freshman.” If an injury were to strike in the infield and Lashley moved to play another position, senior Trey Blackman would take over as the starter at first. The Altamonte Springs native started 48 games last year, splitting time between first base and designated hitter. He’ll be in a similar role this spring, and will look to improve on a .261 average from 2011. “Trey originally came to Stetson as a switch hitter but, after moving exclusively to the right side, improved his offensive numbers significantly.” Others who will serve as backups in the infield, and at DH, are freshmen Darby McCormick, Tanner Blackman and Kyle Pitts along with sophomores Kyle Campbell and Lindheim.

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tal innings pitched last year. The result of that work was a 3.76 combined ERA. With such a strong corps of players back, the coaching staff really only has one major concern going into the season, and it not something many coaches would even give a second thought to – the 2013 season. “As deep as the pitching staff is, we still need to stay away from injuries like we encountered last year,” Dunn said. “We do, however, have some young and talented freshmen who can step up when needed. “The reality is that these young guys are going to have to pitch a lot next year, so you don’t want them going into 2013 cold-turkey, without many innings under their belts.” Finding innings for those young pitchers may prove to be extremely difficult. The Hatters’ rotation starts with junior Kurt Schluter, the 2011 A-Sun Pitcher of the Year as well as the preseason 2012 league Pitcher of the Year. Despite missing the final six weeks of the year after getting hit by a batted ball, Schluter was a sparkling 8-0 in 10 starts with a 1.40 ERA. He returns to the number one starter role this spring 100 percent recovered from his injury, which did not require surgery. “He is a classic starter who can give you 90-100 pitches a start, get in his work and rest in between, and then be ready to go the next Friday,” Hatters pitching coach Chris Roberts said. “The good thing when you look at our staff is with the depth we have with proven guys in the pen, we don’t have to push the starters to the seventh and eighth

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inning all the time. We have quality arms out there to turn the game over to.” Schluter was able to make a giant leap forward last year after surrendering his duties as the Hatters’ starting first baseman, a job he held down in 2010, hitting .301 in 45 starts. Despite the positive results at the plate, his pitching suffered. During that season he was 3-3 in 16 appearances with an 8.12 ERA. “He is a great kid, but he was a little apprehensive when we sat him down and told him that he needed to concentrate solely on pitching because he had a chance to be our Friday night guy,” Dunn said. “We all saw, when he was a freshman, that he could evolve into our number one. There is no way we could have predicted, however, what he did last year.” Senior Lindsey Caughel returns as a weekend starter off a 2011 season in which he posted a 6-2 record with a 4.88 ERA in 62.2 innings. Like Schluter, Caughel missed time due to an injury, but is back at full strength this spring. In his career, he has made 37 starts and has a 15-12 record. He was drafted by Baltimore last summer, but chose to return for his senior year. “I think consistency is Lindsey’s strength,” Dunn said. “When you look as good as these guys were, and they had some pretty good numbers, some pitched hurt all year.” Will Dorsey, another senior right-hander, returns to the starting rotation. He was the most durable of the starting staff last year, with 15 starts among his 21 appearances, and he produced the team’s only complete game performance while posting a 7-6 record with a 4.52 ERA. “He’s not going to consistently throw the ball by hitters, but his breaking ball and off-speed stuff are outstand-

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ing,” Dunn said. “People can’t sit on his fastball although his velocity has increased significantly over the past two years.” While all three members of the weekend rotation return, there is a wildcard that may work into the mix. Sophomore left-hander Austin Perez has a chance to make a move into the starting mix on the weekend, even though he did not throw at all in the fall following minor surgery. The fact that he would give opposing hitters a different look from the other starters could be a big benefit against some teams. “We originally thought we’d keep him out of the rotation for a couple of weeks and not push him, but his rehab has gone very well and he could well be ready for opening weekend,” Dunn said. “He’s got above average velocity on his fastball, a good breaking ball and is a bulldog on the mound. “We would love to have a left-handed starter in there, although we aren’t opposed to running three right-handers out there. It would be nice to have that lefty.” In addition to the veterans returning to the rotation, Stetson fans should not be surprised when freshman right-hander Josh Powers gets some starting nods early in the year, especially if Perez isn’t ready to assume a starting role and when the Hatters play five games in a week. Powers performed well during the fall and impressed the coaches with his maturity. Once the starters get in their six or seven innings of work in a game, the Hatters will turn to a deep and experienced bullpen staff. Like the rotation, the bullpen leans heavily to the right, but has a pair of hurlers who can be tough on left-handed hitters as well as right-handers. The relief staff starts with two seniors who are of like mind and spirit on the field. Seniors Jake Boyd and Robbie Powell are so close that teammates have combined their names and refer to them as a collective unit. Stetson opponents will find facing one, or both, in a game as a daunting task, especially since both are on the preseason watch list for the Stopper of the Year Award. Amazingly, neither might wind up being the closer. That’s because Carhart could return to that role, if his velocity returns to the level it was, pre-injury. Even without Carhart, Boyd and Powell combined to win 14 games, save 14 more and pitch with a combined ERA of 3.16. “Powell closed last year after Carhart went down, so that was his primary role,” Dunn said. “We had the ability to close with Boyd or (Tucker) Donahue from time-to-time. I don’t think we have a designated closer at this point. We have guys who can fill that role and have done so in the past. Donahue, another senior right-hander who was drafted by Texas last summer, and Boyd are so good at getting left-handed hitters out that the lack of lefties in the bull pen is less of a concern for the Hatters. Powell’s best weapon is his slider, which is deadly against right-handed hitters. Another member of the pen who will see a lot of action on the mound is junior Joe Dye, who pitches with a submarine motion that is most effective against righthanded hitters. The Stetson coaches expect to see a lot of Dye during the year, but for very short appearances.

A T L A N T I C S U N ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘00 “We expect to see Dye pitch in 56 games,” Roberts said. “We get him in with a matchup to get an out. He started as a knuckleball pitcher, and he has a good one, but, now that he is throwing from down under, he has a fastball, breaking ball and change. He got us out of some big spots last year.” Besides Perez, there are two left-handed options in the bullpen. One is sophomore Cameron Griffin, who throws at more than 90 miles per hour. He can be just as tough on right-handed hitters as he is on lefties. “Griffin is the x-factor,” Roberts said. “If he can put it together, we could go further in the post-season than we did last year. He had an ankle problem last spring, and that set him back a little and put a little extra pressure on his arm. He throws hard and his breaking ball has gotten better. You don’t see many lefties in college who throw 90 plus.” After that core group of pitchers comes the group of youngsters who will be the future for the Hatters on the mound. The challenge will be in getting those pitchers significant time against “real” opponents. “We have a lot of guys in the pen, and they have to get regular work,” Roberts said. “We have to make sure they are all getting their innings. Hopefully, those starters will be going six or seven every game and that will put pressure on us to find innings for the young guys.” The young hurlers for the Hatters include freshmen Ike Greenspon, Tyler Warmoth and Drew Jackson, sophomore Justin Pickens and junior college transfer Chad Rood. Freshman Ben Rakus will redshirt this year after suffering a torn ACL.

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Pete Dunn is more than just a baseball coach, although being a baseball coach is all he ever really wanted to do. Over the last 33 years, Dunn has guided the Stetson baseball program to great successes on the field. The numbers speak for themselves: • He has led Stetson to 1,167 victories, which ranks eighth on the list of active coaches. • His Stetson teams have averaged 36.5 wins a year over his 32 seasons. • He has taken the Hatters to 16 NCAA Regional Tournament appearances. • He has helped Stetson to eight Atlantic Sun Conference titles and has been named league coach of the year a record six times. • He has sent 72 players on to play professional baseball. Five of those players were drafted in the first four rounds of the MLB Amateur Draft, and seven went on to reach the Major Leagues. But, more than the wins, conference titles, and all of the other accolades that come along with guiding a successful program, Dunn is still excited about his profession because he enjoys having an impact on the lives of the young men who play for him. He enjoys being a teacher – whether he is teaching a player how to bunt properly, or teaching a life lesson. “I like teaching. That’s what coaches are, teachers,” Dunn said. “I have my teaching certificate and taught in the

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public schools prior to coming back to Stetson to coach, so I’m a teacher by trade. I think it’s rewarding to take these young men and not only mold them into good players who are team oriented but, more importantly, teach them life skills which will make them better people.” But he didn’t start out with a goal to coach. He was a player, a catcher, with the same goals every other player has growing up – professional baseball. He got a chance to do that after playing for two seasons at Brevard Community College and then two more seasons at Stetson for the coach who turned into one of his mentors, Jim Ward. He was drafted by and signed with the Kansas City Royals after college and spent two seasons living his dream by playing professional baseball. It was during those two seasons he made the decision to pursue a career as a coach. “I tell people that I was too one dimensional to do anything else,” Dunn said. “I wasn’t going to design rockets or be a jet pilot. I was a baseball player, a baseball rat. I didn’t play any other sports. “I was fortunate that I was able to help my parents finance my education by playing ball. I wasn’t a great student, but baseball helped fund my undergraduate degree as well as graduate school. My pro career was short-lived so, as it turned out, everything fell into place.”

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• Six-Time A-Sun Coach-of-the-Year (88-89-90-96-07-11) R Education • Brevard Comm. College Distinguished Alumnus Award (1993) • Volusia Sportsperson of the Year (1996) • A.A., Brevard Community College (1968) E • B.S., Physical Education, Stetson University (1972) • Stetson University Distinguished Alumni Award (2007) Stetson University Sports Hall of Fame G • M.S., Health & Physical Education, Georgia Southern (1974) •• Member, Member, American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) Experience • Member, Florida Diamond Club I Coaching • Student Assistant, Stetson University (1971-72) • Member, American Asso. of Professional Baseball Players O • Graduate Assistant, Georgia Southern (1973-74) • Inducted into Central Florida Sports Hall of Fame (2007) • Head Coach, Apopka (Fla.) High School (1975-77) Personal N • Assistant Coach, Stetson University (1977-79) • Born: June 26, 1948, in West Palm Beach, Florida • Head Coach, Stetson University (1979-present) A • Assistant Coach, USA Baseball (1998) • Wife: Debbie, married November 9, 1991 • Children: Rayni, born April 15, 1976, Marc, born June 3, 1983 L Taylor, born October 9, 1993, Emily, born April 5, 1995 S 18 2012 Media Guide & Record Book


But, by falling into place, Dunn did do something he had never done previously – leave the state of Florida. With the exception of a summer spent playing baseball in Michigan, he had never spent time away from his home state. And that one summer away from home was quite a learning experience. “In the summer of 1967 I had just finished my freshman year at Brevard Junior Dunn was an All-Star catcher at College,” Dunn said. Stetson “My roommate, Tom Walker, who ended up pitching in the big leagues for a number of years, was high school buddies with Steve Garvey. Steve was playing football and baseball at Michigan State. The three of us signed to play for Adray Appliance in the Detroit Free Press summer league. “That turned out to be the summer of the Detroit riots. The three of us lived in Dearborn and had day jobs working for the Chrysler Corporation in the city. Instead of building automobiles, we worked in the tank plant manufacturing armored tanks for the Vietnam war. For more than a week, we couldn’t go into the city to work or play ball because of the rioting. You talk about eye-opener. I had only been away from home for two semesters and, the next things I know, I’m in the middle of what turned out to be a historic event. It was a life-altering experience for me.” After two years of playing professionally, Dunn was offered a chance to get into college coaching as a graduate assistant for a young head coach at Georgia Southern. He took the position working for future Hall of Fame coach Ron Polk, and helped the Eagles earn a trip to Omaha for

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the College World Series in 1973. “Coach Polk is a great baseball mind and one thing he does is let all of his assistants have defined roles and let them really run with them,” Dunn said. “My first year at Georgia Southern I was the pitching coach. I was probably the worst pitching coach in the nation, even for a team that was pretty good. Being a catcher, I had a working knowledge, so I was the pitching coach.” Dunn stayed on the Georgia Southern staff for two years, earning a Master’s degree. By the time he finished his education, Dunn was anxious to return home to his home state of Florida. “When I got out of grad school, my first teaching and coaching job was at Apopka High School,” Dunn said. “Although I was hoping to get a college or junior college job, there were no positions available at the time. I ended up staying at Apopka for three years. It was a great opportunity to cut my teeth as a head coach.” After those three seasons, Dunn returned to Stetson to work for his mentor, Coach Jim Ward. In 1977, Ward was entering his ninth season at Stetson. During his tenure, his teams had won 63 percent of their games and had made a successful transition to Division I. During those three years, the Hatters posted a 93-56 record and had the Stetson program rolling. “I came back to Stetson as an assistant to build my resume. I thought Coach Ward, who had done such a great

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stare him in the face after just three years as an assistant. “It doesn’t seem like it was 33 years ago that Coach Ward called from Cincinnati while on a recruiting trip and told me that he had an interview at Eastern Kentucky,” Dunn said. “I didn’t think anything about it because I thought that, even though he was an EKU alumn, he’d stay in Florida to coach.” “A few days later he called to tell me he was going to take the EKU job and told me that Coach (Glenn) Wilkes wanted to talk to me the next day.” In addition to being a legendary basketball coach, Wilkes was also the athletics director at Stetson. Dunn’s life changed forever that next day when Wilkes offered him the chance, at the age of 30, to take over the Stetson program as head coach. “I’m really proud of what we’ve accomplished. It didn’t start with me, however, because Coach Ward had built a great program before I took over,” Dunn said. “I did not take a bad program and make it successful. I was very fortunate

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and inherited a very solid program.” His good fortune, and hard work, allowed him to become the 34th coach in NCAA history to reach 1,000 career wins. He is one of only four active coaches to have reached the 1,000-win plateau at their alma mater. In the years since first getting the chance to lead the baseball program at his alma mater, there have been many personal and professional accomplishments. There have also been opportunities to take his coaching talents elsewhere. “I have had several opportunities to leave,” Dunn said. “It was exciting and nice to be courted other schools, especially by an SEC school. But, it all goes back to the fact that I think this is one of the best spots in the nation to be. Stetson has great geography, great facilities and a very supportive administration. “For me, the reward has been to be able to be as successful as we have, for as long as we have, at the school that I played at and graduated from. There are not a whole lot of guys who have done that.” While Dunn has dedicated his career to Stetson baseball, he did take an opportunity in 1998 to coach another team. That summer he reunited with Polk and served as an assistant coach for the U.S. National Team. He said that was a very rewarding experience for him, even though he

R All-Time Stetson Baseball Coaching Records E Coach Years (Seasons) Record Pct. William Lourcey 1915 (1) 6-7-2 .467 Seton Flemming 1901 (1) 2-2-0 .500 William “Dutch” Hollander 1916-17 (2) 21-10-0 .677 G G.L. Odom 1902 (1) 4-0-0 1.000 Henry St. Cyr 1919 (1) 4-4-0 .500 Edward Oates 1903 (1) 5-0-0 1.000 Pug Allen/Thomas Chalker 1920 (1) 3-5-0 .375 I Frank Sears 1904-05 (2) 19-8-0 .704 Pug Allen/Bert Higginbotham 1921-22 (2) 11-16-0 .391 1906 (1) 14-6-0 .700 Edwin Whitnel 1923-25 (3) 8-13-0 .381 O Litchfield Colton J.B. “Spec” Campbell 1907 (1) 12-4-0 .750 Doc Johnson 1937-40, 46-47, 51-64 (20) 146-219-3 .397 N Ed Mickle 1908 (1) 7-7-0 .500 Ben Clemons 1948-50 (3) 26-43-0 .390 Wilbur Tilden 1909 (1) 6-3-0 .667 Bob Weickel 1965-68 (4) 34-77-1 .304 A Edgar Garner 1910-11, 13 (3) 24-19-1 .545 Jim Ward 1969-79 (11) 312-183-0 .630 Arthur Petty 1912 (1) 9-8-0 .529 Pete Dunn 1980-present (32) 1,167-739-3 .611 L J.H. Swink 1914 (1) 12-6-1 .631 Totals 94 years 1,852-1,379-11 .571 S 20 2012 Media Guide & Record Book


had to spend the summer away from his wife, Debbie, and children. “It was quite an experience,” Dunn said. “Obviously, to be back with Coach Polk was exciting because it had been a number of years since I had coached with him. Most of all, however, it was the opportunity to represent the USA here and abroad.” USA Baseball had just opened it’s training complex in Arizona that year, so most of the time Dunn worked with the team was spent there. The team did travel some, however. “We went to Nicaragua for a couple of weeks to play in the Tournament of the Americas qualifying tournament,” Dunn said. “We then travelled to New York and played some exhibition games around the city for five days before going over to Italy for the World Championships.” Now that his two youngest children, Taylor (18) and Emily (16), are older, Dunn said he might consider another opportunity to coach against international competition. He has even flirted with the idea of coaching a national team other than Team USA. “Debbie and I have talked about it,” Dunn said. “Now that the kids are going to be in college, perhaps the window might open again.” Even since his Team USA experience, Dunn has worked with international players, although the players were not quite at the same competitive level. He was asked by close friend Tim Foli to assist with a clinic the Major League Players Alumni Association was holding in Cocoa Beach. The players attending the clinic were all from the Soviet Union. “It was quite an experience because these guys barely knew which end of the bat to hold,” Dunn said. “They were athletes though. I can’t speak Russian and they couldn’t speak English, but they were sponges. When you showed them something, whether it was bunting or base running, they would do it. They didn’t always do it correctly, but they did it with great enthusiasm.” One of the few regrets he has as a coach was that

Pete Dunn Year-By-Year 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 2011 63 43-20 .682 CC / CY / NCAA Totals 1845 1167-739-3 .611 CC - Conference Champions NCAA - NCAA Regionals CY - Conference Coach of the Year he was never able to coach his God-son, Chipper Jones. In high school, even though it was apparent that Jones would be a high draft choice, he signed to play collegiately with the University of Miami. Dunn said it was one of the few times he ever got frustrated with Jones. “Despite my disappointment that he committed to Miami, I knew deep down it was the right thing for him to do,” Dunn said. “He was a projected first rounder who was being recruited by not only Miami, but also Florida State, Texas and Arizona State, and many other college powers. “I did throw the Godfather card at him as well as his mom and dad several times, but couldn’t sway him away from Miami. It would have been a lot of fun to coach him.” It all became a moot point when Chipper was selected first overall by the Atlanta Braves in the 1990 MLB Amateur Draft and signed shortly thereafter. Even without having the opportunity to coach Jones, Dunn said he has enjoyed every minute of his tenure at Stetson. “It has been a great ride,” Dunn said. “There have been a lot of changes, but that is life. I say this in all sincerity,

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tion’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. The facility will once again host the Atlantic Sun Conference Tournament this spring, the ninth time the event will be in DeLand in the facilities’ 14 years in existence. “It is not just the university, it is the entire community,” Dunn said of his continued passion for the game. “When we brought the stadium before the citizens of DeLand and told them this was what we wanted to do, the city put in 2.5 million and their land and we put in 1.5 million. “There were very few people who voiced opposition to the project. It was supported because the baseball program was good and it was something the community had bought into. It is a great baseball community.” The challenges that come with coaching have also changed over the years, but Dunn said he still relishes the opportunities he has to have an impact on young players. “One of the things that’s remained constant is that the guys who play on this level still love the game,” Dunn said. “Most of them want to play at the next level, but obviously most don’t get that opportunity. The nice thing is that the players we get here at Stetson are academically oriented, which means their parents have pushed them to be good students as well as good baseball players. You have to be disciplined in order to be a good enough student to get into Stetson and do well. “I think we get a higher-caliber kid. I’ve always believed we have higher-caliber kids here at Stetson because of the academics.” Entering his 33rd year as head coach, and his 36th year overall at Stetson, Dunn said he is asked often about how much longer he wants to coach. He has a passion outside of baseball, but his commitment to the Hatters’ baseball program prevents him from spending as much time as he would like on his boat. “I love to fish,” Dunn said. “I have always said that baseball is my profession and fishing is my passion. One of these days I look forward to

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my only worry being where I am I going to fish today. “My kids are still in high school. Taylor will be at Stetson next year playing football and Emily will be a senior. I don’t feel like I am ready to retire. I still enjoy it and feel young enough. I have been very fortunate to have had good health.” Dunn’s long and distinguished career as a coach has opened the door to a number of awards and tributes. He was inducted into the Stetson University Sports Hall of Fame in January 1992. He also received the 1996 Volusian Sportsperson of the Year award presented by the Daytona Beach News-Journal. In honor of his 1,000th win, the City of DeLand proclaimed February 9, 2007 (opening day) as “Pete Dunn Day.” Later in that same year he was inducted, along with his God-son Chipper Jones, 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. He 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, Marc, Taylor and Emily -- and two grandsons, Micah and Jonah.

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Assistant Head Coach Mark Leavitt

Mark Leavitt is in his third season as a member of the Stetson coaching staff where he serves as the recruiting coordinator for the program. Leavitt also coaches the hitters and infielders, and handles third base coaching box during games. During his two seasons at Stetson, Leavitt helped produce two All-America hitters -- catcher Nick Rickles (2011) and shortstop Ryan Lashley (2010). Rickles was a 14th round selection of the Oakland A’s and was joined on the Atlantic Sun’s All-Conference team by SS Mark Jones and 2B Robert Crews. Jones and outfielder Mitchel Brennan were named to the A-Sun and NCAA Regional All-Tournament teams for their offensive performances in 2011. In 2010, Sean Emory was a first team All-Conference player for the Hatters. Leavitt came to Stetson from Salisbury, Connecticut, where he spent three years as the head baseball coach and associate director of admissions and financial aid for the Salisbury 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 Tigers’ baseball team. He began his coaching career the following season as the head junior varsity coach and as an assistant with the Princeton varsity. He went on to work as an assistant coach at George Washington, Princeton, James Madison, and George Mason. As a college coach Leavitt recruited, signed, and coached more than 40 players that went on to sign professional contracts, 17 players who went on to play in the majors. 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 (10) and Ryan (8).

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Education • A.B., History, Princeton University (1988) • M.A., Sports Management, George Mason University (1997)

Coaching Experience Assistant Coach, Princeton University (1989-90, 92-93) Assistant Coach, George Washington University (1990-92) Assistant Coach, James Madison University (1993-95) Assistant Coach, George Mason University (1995-97) Head Coach, Salisbury (2007-09) Assistant Head Coach, Stetson University (2010-Present)

Personal • Born: February 18, 1966 • Wife: Christina • Children: Scott and Ryan

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Chris Roberts begins his fourth year as pitching coach at Stetson. In addition to his responsibilities with the pitching staff Roberts assists Coach Mark Leavitt with recruiting and coordinates team travel. In 2011, Roberts has helped Hatters hurlers post a sparkling 3.95 team ERA while guiding sophomore Kurt Schluter to Atlantic Sun Pitcher of the Year honors. Roberts came to Stetson from UNC Greensboro where he served as the Spartans’ pitching coach. Under his 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. Roberts also spent four seasons as the pitching coach at North Carolina State. While with the Wolfpack, he had eight pitchers drafted in MLB’s first-year player draft. He coached two All-Americans at N.C. State and three firstteam All-ACC pitchers. In 2003, Roberts’ first season with the Wolfpack, N.C. State logged a team ERA of 3.67 – the program’s best in 11 years. Prior to his tenure with the Wolfpack, Roberts spent two seasons at Western Carolina and one season as a volunteer at Flagler College. Roberts made an immediate impact on the Catamount pitching staff. In addition to slicing more than two runs off of the staff ERA, he helped WCU reach the 2003 NCAA Wilson Regional, where the Catamounts allowed just nine earned runs on 20 hits in 32 innings, a 2.53 ERA.

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American by Baseball America in 1990. As a sophomore, he was named Metro Conference Player of the Year, MVP of the South Regional and earned All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball (2nd team) and Baseball America (3rd team). For the season, “Mr. Versatile” as he was appropriately nicknamed, hit .321 with 14 home runs and 77 RBI as an outfielder and posted a 7-2 with a 3.52 ERA as a left-handed pitcher. He earned first-team All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America as a junior in 1992. In three seasons with the Seminoles, Roberts had a 23-8 record as a pitcher while batting .301 with 32 home runs and led the Seminoles to the College World Series in 1991 and 1992. In 2007, Roberts was inducted into the Florida State Athletics Hall of Fame. While at FSU, Roberts 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 at the end of the 2001 season. Roberts and his wife, Tracy, live in DeBary, Florida, and have three children -- Jackson (12), Kirgan (9) and Landon (6).

R Education E • B.A., Political Science, Florida State University (1992) Experience G Coaching • Assistant Coach, Flagler College (2001) Coach, Western Carolina University (2002-03) I •• Assistant Assistant Coach, North Carolina State (2003-06) O • Assistant Coach, UNC Greensboro (2006-08) • Assistant Coach, Stetson University (2009-Present) N Personal A • Born: June 25, 1971, in Middleburg, Fla. • Wife: Tracy L • Children: Jackson, Kirgan and Landon S 24 2012 Media Guide & Record Book


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Matt Untiet is in his second season as an assistant coach with the Stetson baseball program. He is responsible for working with outfielders and first basemen, coaching first base, and assisting Coach Mark Leavitt with the Stetson hitters. A Berlin, Connecticut native, Untiet came 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. Untiet and his wife, Tori, live in DeLand.

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The Matt Untiet File Education • B.A., Sociology, University of Connecticut (2008) • M.S., Sports Management, University of New Haven (2010)

Coaching Experience • Assistant Coach, University of New Haven (2009-10) • Assistant Coach, Stetson University (2011-Present)

Personal • Born: February 6, 1985, in Berlin, Conn. • Wife: Tori

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on a football scholarship before transferring to Tallahassee Community College where he played two seasons of baseball ... Originally a switch hitter who batted .354 with seven doubles, a triple and four home runs as a sophomore ... 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.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letter winner in both baseball and football at Lake Brantley High School in Altomonte Springs, Florida ... Played both infield and outfield ... Was a first team All-Conference pick in baseball as a senior, setting a school record with 34 stolen bases ... Posted a .385 average as a senior with a .550 on-base percentage ... Had five triples and four doubles during the year ... Was a second team All-Conference pick in football as both a junior and senior and was named one of the top 100 players in the state of Florida.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lake Brantley HS in Altamonte Springs, Florida ... Participated in baseball, football, and weightlifting at Brantley ... Was a first team All-Conference player in baseball ... Was first team All-Conference and Defensive Player of the Year in football ... Was first team All-Conference in weightlifting. PERSONAL: Full name is Huey W. Blackman ... Was born in Gainesville, Florida, on March 18, 1988 ... Is the son of Karen and Huey Blackman of Altamonte Springs ... Brother Tanner is also a member of the Stetson baseball team ... Chose to transfer to Stetson because it is close to home and provides a great education ... Majoring in Sports management at Stetson.

PERSONAL: Full name is Tanner Ryan Blackman ... Was born on December 11, 1991, in Orlando ... Is the son of Huey and Karen Blackman ... Is the brother of Stetson teammate Trey Blackman ... Has another brother, Teddy, who is a junior on the baseball team at Coastal Carolina ... Youngest brother, Tate, is a sophomore at Lake Brantley HS ... Is a Business major.

‘02 ‘03 Was named to the TPX/Louisville Slugger preseason AllAmerica third team and is on the Watch List for the 2012 Stopper of the Year Award.

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2011 (Junior): Saw action in 56 games for the Hatters, 48 as a starter ... Split time working behind the plate, playing first base and filling the DH spot ... Had eight multiple-hit and five multiple-RBI games ... Had a season-best sevengame hit streak and reached base in 13 straight games at one point in the year ... Hit his only home run of the year in the NCAA Regional against South Carolina ... Had a season-high four RBI in the first game of a double-header at Campbell ... Scored a season-high three runs in the season-opening series clincher against Georgia.

2011 (Junior): Had a remarkable season for the Hatters out of the pen, earning either a win or a save in 15 of the 43 team victories (34.8%) ... Led the team with nine victories and was second on the club with a 2.93 ERA ... Did not allow a run in 26 of his 38 appearances on the mound ... Seven of his nine victories came against A-Sun opponents ... Earned a victory over North Carolina State with three shutout innings, including six strikeouts, in the NCAA Regional ... Also earned a save in another win over N.C. State in the regional ... Other five saves came in league play ... Only loss came in a three inning outing against FIU ... Earned a four inning save, throwing a season-high 81 pitches, in a win over USC Upstate ... Team posted a 26-12 record in games he appeared in ... Was named to the A-Sun Academic AllConference team for the third time.

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2010 (Sophomore): Made 15 appearances with one start ... 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 ... Pitched a season-high 4.0 innings, striking out two, against Florida Gulf Coast (3/20)... Earned his only victory after working 2.0 innings and striking out a batter against USF (3/30). 2009 (Freshman): Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors ... Made nine appearances, all in relief ... Finished fifth on team with a 5.40 ERA ... Tossed a season-high 2.0 innings and gave up no earned runs against James Madison (3/7) ... Pitched one inning and picked up a strikeout against Jacksonville (3/15) ... Made his collegiate debut with a shutout inning of work against Boston College.

2011 (Sophomore): Saw action in 37 games, 21 as a starter in the outfield ... Was slowed early in the season by a knee injury that required minor surgery ... Had six multiple-hit and six multiple RBI games during the year ... Had an eightgame hit streak late in the season where he batted .571 and earned All-Tournament honors for both the A-Sun Championship Tournament and the NCAA Regional in Columbia, SC ... Hit two of this three homers for the season in the NCAA Regional ... Closed the season having reached base in 10 straight games ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team ... Made four appearances as a reliever on the mound, working a total of two innings, allowing one earned run.

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, batted .400 … Named AllConference … Voted as Cy Young Award winner … Also played four years of football as quarterback … Member of the National Honor Society and Mu Alpha Theta.

PERSONAL: Full name is Jake Christopher Boyd ... Was born on January 6, 1990, in West Palm Beach, Florida … Is the BEFORE STETSON: Played as a freshman at Tallahassee son of Ann and Mike Boyd of West Palm Beach … In addi- Community College under head coach Mike McLeod after tion to his major in Chemistry, is minoring in Psychology redshirting his first year at Mercer ... Batted .421 with 15 ... He has cumulative undergrad GPA of 3.80 and has not RBI and 12 doubles ... Named to the FCCAA All-Academic had a single semester below a 3.66 ... Has been named to Team and earned NJCAA Academic All-America status. the Dean’s List each of his seven semesters ... Has served as an Orientation Leader HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from William R. Boone High on campus since 2009, School in Orlando, Florida ... Was a member of the Nahelping incoming stu- tional Honor Society ... Earned four letters in baseball ... dents get acclimated and As a senior, batted .478 with six home runs, 35 RBI and 17 interactive with campus doubles ... Also played AAU ball for the Orlando Blast, Team activities ... Is a member Orlando and Chet Lemon’s Juice ... Played on three AAU of the Psi Chi National National Championship teams ... Played for the 18U World Wood Bat Champions. Honor Society ... Served Trey Blackman as a volunteer coach at PERSONAL: Full name is Mitchel S. Brennan ... Was born Year avg gp-gs ab h 2b clinics 3b hr as rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% local r baseball in Orlando, Florida, on March 2, 1990 ... Is the son of Kathy well as at the Boys and and Steve Brennan of Orlando ... Chose to transfer to StetGirls Club in Winter Park, son for the great baseball and great academics ... Is majorFla. ... Is an Acolyte at Jake his Boyd ing in Finance at Stetson. church in Lake Worth, Fla. ...r Has Year avg gp-gs ab h volunteered 2b 3b hr at rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% John F. Kennedy Hospital and following hurricanes.

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1 17 63 81

4 9 5 18

0 2 1 3

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40 40

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17 17

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2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 33 games, 10 as a starter in the outfield ... Was primarily used as a late-inning defensive player ... Recorded his first collegiate hit at Florida State ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert D. Bruce ... Was born in Sarasota, Florida ... Is the son of Cathy and Brad Bruce of Sarasota ... Chose Stetson because he liked the atmosphere on and off the field ... Majoring in Sports Management.

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2011 (Freshman): Saw action in two games as a pinch runner and catcher ... Did not have an official at bat, but drew a walk and scored a run in his only plate appearance ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. 2010: Did not see action and was redshirted.

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2011 (Junior): Saw action in all 63 games, 61 as a starter ... Primarly served as the Hatters’ regular third baseman, but also made two starts at first base and four as the DH ... Led the team with 63 RBI on the year ... Also led the team with 27 multiple-hit games, as well as tying for the team lead with 19 multiple RBI games ... Had a season-high four hits against USF (4/12) ... Closed the season with a six-game hit streak, which was two shy of his season best ... Was held hitless in consecutive games just twice during the year ... Worked a shutout inning of relief in his only pitching performance of the year ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team. BEFORE STETSON: Played at Palm Beach State College for two seasons 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, third place finish in the state tournament, and a No. 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.

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Was named by Perfect Game as the ninth best third baseman in the nation.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Santa Fe Catholic High School in Lakeland, Florida ... Played four years of baseball and football for the Hawks ... Was a member of the National Honor Society ... In baseball, 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 ... During 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: Full name is Kyle S. Campbell ... Was born on August 10, 1990, in Cleveland, Ohio ... Is the son of Diane and Steve Campbell of Lakeland, Florida ... Chose Stetson for its location, atmosphere and coaching ... Majoring in Business Administration.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida ... Was a member of the National Junior Honor Society ... Graduated in Top 10 percent of his 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 four home runs and 26 RBI to earn first team All-Conference and first team All-County as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Benjamin R. Carhart ... Was born in Dayton, Ohio, on January 21, 1990 ... Is the son of Julie and Ron Carhart of Royal Palm Beach ... Chose to come to Stetson because of the baseball reputation and tradition ... Majoring in Integrative Health Science.

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2009 (Freshman): Voted to the Atlantic Sun Conference All-Freshman Team ... Was 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 ... Was third in strikeouts with 41 ... Was fifth in the A-Sun in doubles allowed with eight ... Picked up first career victory, after allowing one run over 4.1 innings, against James Madison (5/7) ... Had a season-high eight strikeouts in first career start, recording an 8-4 win over Central Michigan (3/11) ... Picked up win after giving up no earned runs over five innings against USC Upstate (4/4). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from 2011 (Junior): Was a second team All-Atlantic Sun ConferTrey Blackman Lake Highland Prep in Orlando, Trey Blackman ence pick after posting a 6-2 record ... Was named A-Sun Florida … Played 3A baseball Year gp-gs ab rr hh 2b hr tb bb gdp sf Pitcher of the Week avg following his Year avg gp-gs ab performance 2b 3b 3b against hr rbi rbi for tb slg% slg% bb hbp hbp soErickson, gdp ob% ob% Brusf sh sh coaches Daveso Georgia on the opening weekend of the season ... Held the no Cicotti and Mike Stanley … Bulldogs to one run on seven hits over five innings while Was an All-State performer as recording six strikeouts in a 6-3 Stetson win ... Earned vica senior … Earned four letters Jake Jake Boyd Boyd tories in four consecutive starts, beating Maine, Campbell, in baseball … Was a two-time Mercer and ETSU ... Streak ended at USC Upstate when he Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb bb gdp and so Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi team tb slg% slg% MVP bb hbp hbp sothree-time gdp ob% ob% sf sfCysh sh worked just two innings before suffering an ankle injury... Young winner at Lake Highland Missed his next two turns in the rotation, and three total … Helped lead team to a Restarts, because of the injury ... Struggled after the injury, gional Championship and a trip posting a 6.97 ERA in six starts after getting injured. to rtheerstate Final2bFour in 2006bf Year era app sv ip hh Year era w-l w-l app gs gs cg cg sho sho sv ip r er bb bb so so 2b 3b 3b hr hr and a regional runner-up finishbf 2010 (Sophomore): Led the Hatters, and finished eighth in the Atlantic Sun Conference, in innings pitched with 86.0 ... in 2007 … Finished senior seaLed the Hatters, and finished ninth in the A-Sun, in strikeouts son with an 8-1 record in 62 inwith 73 ... Led the A-Sun in walks allowed with just eight on nings of work with 70 strikeouts, the season ... Led the team in games started with 14 and six walks and a 0.82 ERA.

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po po

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aa

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sfa sfa sha sha

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rr 39 39

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hh 81 81

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Was selected as a preseason Atlantic Sun All-Conference performer by the league’s coaches ... Was selected as a team captain for the 2012 season. 2011 (Junior): Saw action in 62 games, as the starter at second base ... Was a first team Atlantic Sun All-Conference selection ... Was second on the team with 26 multiplehit games, including a career-high five hit performance against Bethune-Cookman (3/22) ... Had a career-high nine total bases in that game against B-CU ... Had a 15-game hit streak, which was the second longest on the team, during which he had 11 multiple-hit games and batted .508 ... Had a career-high four RBI in a win over Savannah State ... Finished the season third on the club with a .332 average.

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, was named the Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year … His senior season, led the team to the district championship game appearance 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert M. Crews ... Was born in Port Charlotte, Florida … Is the son of Diane and Tom Crews ... Has already received his undergraduate degree in Accounting and accepted a position as a Tax Accountant at a CPA firm in Lake Suzy, Florida ... Is currently taking post-graduate Business courses.

2010 (Sophomore): Played and started 51 games ... Finished second on the team in home runs with nine ... Finished with 12 multiple hit games, six multiple RBI games and had a season-high eight-game hitting streak ... Had a career day at Georgia (2/27) when he went 4-for-4 with three home runs and four RBI ... Was 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI vs. Harvard (3/6) ... Went 4-for-5 with a home run, two RBI and two runs scored vs. Mercer (4/10) ... Had a 2-for-4 game with a run scored in Stetson’s A-Sun Tournament game against Jacksonville (5/27). 2009 (Medical Redshirt): 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) ... Had a double and an RBI against Southern Illinois (2/28). 2008 (Freshman): 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 third on the team, and 10th in the conference, in batting with a .361 average ... Was 10th in the conference in slugging percentage at .565 ... Had 22 multiple hit games and 11 multiple RBI games ... Had a 12-game hitting streak ... Was 5-for-6 with two doubles and two RBI

R E G I O Robert Crews Career Statistics N 2008 .361 48-47 191 39 69 12 3 7 37 108 .565 21 4 46 6 .429 3 0 9-11 45 .182 10-9 33 7 6 2 0 0 3 8 .242 4 0 11 0 .263 1 0 1-2 3 A 2009 2010 .283 51-51 187 46 53 11 1 9 29 93 .497 18 6 44 1 .363 1 4 7-7 94 .332 62-62 250 53 83 12 0 4 39 107 .428 22 3 54 2 .390 2 8 10-12 113 L 2011 TOTAL .319 171-169 661 145 211 37 4 20 108 316 .478 65 13 155 9 .387 7 12 27-32 255 S Tucker Donahue 32 2012 Media Guide & Record Book Year

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20 6 11 12 49

.897 .786 .950 .960 .934


2011 (Junior): Made 28 appearances on the mound, including nine starts ... Was fourth on the team with a 3.76 ERA ... Went 7.0 strong innings against Mercer in just his second start, allowing two runs on five hits in a no-decision ... Five of his starts came against conference foes ... Earned his only save of the year with 4.0 strong innings of relief against Lipscomb ... Earned wins against USC Upstate (4/2), Florida Gulf Coast (5/8) and against N.C. State in the NCAA Regional (6/5) ... Had a career-high six strikeouts in 4.1 innings of relief work against Siena (3/15) ... Allowed just one hit over 6.1 innings against North Florida (5/1) in a start, but left with the game still scoreless ... Hatters were 20-8 on the year in games he pitched in ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team for the second time ... Was chose by the Texas Rangers in the 38th round of the 2011 MLB Amateur draft.

2011 (Junior): Made 21 appearances on the mound for the Hatters, including a team-high 15 as a starter ... Was third on the team with seven wins ... Posted the only complete game performance of the year for Stetson, going the distance in a 9-1 victory over South Florida (4/12) ... Scattered eight hits with four strikeouts in that outing ... Earned a victory with a strong 6.0 innings of work in his first start of the year, against Georgia (2/19), allowing one run on five hits ... Alternated wins and losses in his first five starts of the year, earning wins against Georgia, Illinois and Siena ... Earned a decision in 11 of his 15 starts overall ... Had a career-high nine strikeouts in 6.2 innings of work in a victory over ETSU (5/26) in the A-Sun Tournament ... Had seven strikeouts in just 5.0 innings against Florida State (3/23) in a no decision ... Hatters had an 11-10 record in games he pitched in ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic All-Conference team for the third time.

2010 (Sophomore): 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 4.0 innings and struck out a season-high five batters against Bethune-Cookman (3/2) ... Pitched 1.1 innings, striking out three batters without allowing a walk, against UCF (3/17)... Tossed 2.0 innings and struck out a pair against Georgia (2/26).

2010 (Sophomore): Made 14 appearances and tied for fourth on the team with six starts ... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference Team honors ... Earned the Stetson Baseball Student-Athlete Award ... Finished with a 3-3 record ... Won his first two starts, pitching 5.0 innings with two strikeouts in win over Siena (2/23) and working a season-high 8.0 innings, with a season-high seven strikeouts against James Madison (3/9) ... Threw 6.0 innings, with four strikeouts, to pick up his third win against Bethune-Cookman (4/27).

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

2009: Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors ... Received a medical redshirt.

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 Championships and one runner-up finish … Earned three varsity letters and named team captain.

2008 (Freshman): Finished third on the team with a 3.72 ERA ... Appeared in 11 games with three starts ... Struck out 24 batters while walking just six ... Was one of three pitchers on the team to finish with a winning record (2-1) ... Picked up first career win after working a season-high of 7.0 innings with a season-high eight strikeouts, against Bethune-Cookman (4/8) ... Pitched 6.2 innings, striking out five and walking one, at Bethune-Cookman (4/22) ... Closed game with a strike out in his only inning of work to pick up his first career save at Gardner-Webb (5/22).

PERSONAL: Full name is Tucker R. Donahue ... Was born on August 27, 1990, in Coral Springs, Florida … Is the son of Laurie and Gary Donahue of Coral Springs … Was named to the Dean’s List for the fall, 2011 semester ... Is majoring in Finance.

Tucker Donahue Career Statistics Year

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7.71 16.50 3.76 5.55

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6 14 28 48

0 0 9 9

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6 25 40 71

4 22 33 59

3 17 43 63

4 16 63 83

1 6 11 18

0 0 2 2

0 0 4 4

27 76 354 457

.350 .389 .257 .281

1 0 3 4

3 3 8 14

0 0 1 1

1 1 1 3

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C H A M P I O N S


N C A A ‘70 ‘82 ‘84

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 finish as a junior … Finished that season with a 7-3 record and a 1.78 ERA … Was also named district Player of the Year and selected third team All-State … Was named team Most Valuable Player and earned All-City status.

on the mound … Named team MVP and earned Best AllAround Award … Also played soccer as a sophomore and junior. PERSONAL: Full name is Joseph Hoffman Dye ... Was born on June 22, 1990, in Tampa, Florida … Is the son of Susan Hoffman-Dye … Has a double major in Sports Management and Finance.

PERSONAL: Full name is William James Dorsey II ... Was born on June 14, 1989, in Jacksonville, Florida … Is the son of Marsha and Bill Dorsey of Atlantic Beach, Florida … Majoring in Finance.

‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97

Selected as a team captain for the 2012 season.

‘00

2011 (Sophomore): Made 35 appearances on the mound, all in relief ... Most of his outings were for one or two batters at crucial points in games ... Earned his only victory of the year with a third of an inning against Mercer (3/20) during which he threw seven pitches ... Longest outing of the year was 4.1 innings of work against Bethune-Cookman (3/22), during which he allowed five hits and two earned runs ... Allowed just three earned runs in his final eight outings of the year ... Was named to the Atlantic Sun Academic AllConference team for the second time.

‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06

2010 (Freshman): Made seven appearances, all in relief, for a total of 4.1 innings of work ... Earned a spot on the ASun Academic All-Conference team.

‘07

2009: Did not see action and was redshirted.

‘11

2011: Did not see playing time and was redshirted. 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 ... Was 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.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Royal Palm Beach High School in Royal Palm Beach, Florida … Played Division 6A baseball for coach Carey Bush … Team finished 1610 in 2008 … Batted .301 and finished with a 3-1 record

PERSONAL: Full name is Brian K. Eggleston ... Was born on September 20, 1991, in Fairfax, Virginia ... Is the son of Susan and Kevin Eggleston of Chantilly, Virginia ... Is a Business Administration major.

R E Will Dorsey Career Statistics G 2008 3.72 2-1 11 3 0 0/0 1 29.0Joe32Dye17 12 6 24 4 0 4 129 .276 3 I Year 2010 6.58 3-3 14 6 0 0/0 0 39.2 63 31 29 10 21 12 1 5 189 .364 1 avg gp-gs sb-att 0 2011 4.52 7-6 21ab 15 r 1 h 0/02b 3b0 hr83.2 rbi108 tb 51slg%42 bb24 hbp64 so18 gdp 0 ob%5 sf379sh .313 O TOTAL 4.90 12-10 46 24 1 0/0 1 152.1 203 99 83 40 109 34 1 14 697 .320 4 N Joe Dye Career Statistics era w-l app gs cg sho sv ip h r er bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp A Year 2010 16.62 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 4.1 11 10 8 1 2 3 0 4 30 .423 1 3.95 1-0 35 0 0 0/0 0 41.0 48 23 18 10 14 11 0 2 181 .314 0 L 2011 TOTAL 5.16 1-0 42 0 0 0/0 0 45.1 59 33 26 11 16 14 0 6 211 .330 1 S Cameron Griffin 34 2012 Media Guide & Record Book Year

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PERSONAL: Full name is Brent Cameron Griffin ... Was born on November 7, 1991, in Lawrence, Kansas ... Is the 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.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played for coach Paul Mazzuca at Adlai E. Stevenson High School in Lincolnshire, Illinois ... As a junior, helped lead his team to a 34-4 record and a third place finish in the state ... Was a first team All-Conference, and second team All-Area, pick after his senior year .... Was an honor roll student ... Played summer ball for Top Tier ... In 25 innings pitched, he struck out 30 batters, walked five, allowed just six hits and did not surrender an earned run.

A T L A N T I C S U N ‘88

PERSONAL: Full name is Isaac J. Greenspon ... Was born on September 30, 1992 in Chicago, Illinois ... Is the son of Steve and Susan Greenspon ... Has one brother, Eli ... Is a Biology major.

‘89 ‘90 ‘00 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

2011 (Freshman): Made 30 appearances on the mound, including one start ... Earned his first collegiate victory with a third of an inning of relief against Savannah State (4/17) ... Followed up with his only start of the year, at South Florida (4/19), during which he allowed two earned runs in 1.1 innings and took the loss ... Did not allow a home run in 26.0 total innings of work ... Finished the year with 24 strikeouts, but also with 20 walks ... Team had a 16-14 record in games he pitched in.

HIGH SCHOOL: Played most of his prep career at Naples High School before competing his senior year for Barron Collier HS ... In 2009, his Golden Eagles squad finished 28-1 and won the Class 4A state championship ... Had a sub 2.00 ERA in each of this three seasons in high school, posting a 1.54 mark as a sophomore, a 1.56 as a junior and a 1.70 as a senior for coach Danny Maujer ... Was a three-year letter-winner in baseball ... Lettered one year in basketball ... Played in the summer for the Tampa Warriors.

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 No. 6 Baseball America ranking, and an ESPN No. 1 national ranking in 2009.

PERSONAL: Full name is Drew Buckley Jackson ... Was born on May 11, 1993, in Naples, Florida ... Is the son of Darvin and Jackie Jackson ... Has three younger siblings – Jordan (16), Jami (8) and Justin (8) ... Is a Sports Management major.

Cameron Griffin Career Statistics Year

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0 0

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0 0

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34 34

24 24

13 13

20 20

24 24

5 5

1 1

0 0

134 134

.309 .309

6 6

1 1

0 0

1 1

2 2

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Was named preseason All-Conference in voting of the ASun coaches ... Was selected as a team captain. 2011 (Junior): Was a first team All-Conference pick and was also named to the A-Sun Championship All-Tournament team as well as the Columbia Regional All-Tournament team ... Started 60 games, all at shortstop ... Had 21 multiple-hit games and eight multiple RBI games ... Tied for the longest hit streak on the team at 16 games, which was during a streak in which he hit safely in 28-of-29 games and reached base in 32 straight ... Hit .403 during his 16 game streak and .415 over the 29 games ... Had a careerhigh four hits in two games, against Savannah State (4/15) and ETSU (5/25) ... Drove in a career-high four runs twice, in the game against Savannah State and against N.C. State (6/3) in the NCAA Regional ... Closed the season strong on defense with just one error in his final 12 games. 2010 (Sophomore): Played in 43 games with 41 starts at third base ... Had to sit out several games due to hand injury ... Was named the Lou Bazzano Outstanding Effort Award winner ... Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors ... Finished fourth on the team with a .352 batting average ... Led the team, and the Atlantic Sun Conference, in triples with six ... Had 16 multiple-hit game and 11 mul-

‘06

tiple RBI games Had a team-leading three 4-hit games ... Tied for team lead in walks with 34 ... Had consecutive 4-hit games against Northwestern (3/26-27) ... Was 8-for-9 with three doubles, a triple, two stolen bases, five runs scored and four RBI in those two games ... Was 4-for-5 with two home runs, four runs scored and four RBI against Mercer (4/10) ... Was 3-for-5 with a triple and a pair of RBI against Campbell (4/1). 2009 (Freshman): Named to the TPX/Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America team 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 at second base ... Was second on team in hits with 82 ... Finished with 27 multiple-hit games and 13 multiple RBI games ... Had a 15-game hitting streak ... Had 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) ... Was 3-for-4 with a run scored against Florida (4/15) ... Hit leadoff three times, helping the Hatters win all three games. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Flagler Palm Coast High School in Bunnell, Florida … Played four years 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 … Was named All-State, All-Area and AllConference from 2005-2008 … Hit .474 as a freshman, .416 as a sophomore, and .368 as a junior.

‘07 ‘11

R E G PERSONAL: Full name is Roosevelt Mark Jones Jr. ... Was born in Daytona Beach, Florida … Is the son of Connie I Jones of Ormond Beach and Mark Jones of Palm Coast … Is an Elementary Education major. O N Mark Jones Career Statistics .363 56-55 226 45 82 12 1 7 44 117 .518 22 6 37 1 .433 0 1 6-8 79 129 19 .916 A 2009 2010 .352 43-41 159 33 56 10 6 4 38 90 .566 34 1 34 1 .464 2 2 12-14 27 78 11 .905 .333 61-60 237 47 79 12 4 5 37 114 .481 29 3 38 4 .411 1 3 17-19 102 160 19 .932 L 2011 TOTAL .349 160-156 622 125 217 34 11 16 119 321 .516 85 10 109 6 .433 3 6 35-41 208 367 49 .921 S Ryan Lashley 36 2012 Media Guide & Record Book Year

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BEFORE STETSON: Played for coach Mitch Markham, a former Associate Head Coach at Stetson, at Indian River State College ... Hit .370 with eight doubles, a triple and 18 RBI during his freshman season while playing shortstop, earning second team All-Conference and team MVP honors ... Moved behind the plate as a sophomore, hitting .361 with 17 doubles, three triples and 23 RBI to earn first team All-Conference and second team All-State honors ... During the summer after his sophomore year he played for the Winter Park Diamond Dawgs in the Florida Collegiate Summer League, and captured the league batting title with a .378 average ... Was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds in the 35th round of the 2011 MLB Amateur Draft. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Palm Beach Gardens High School where he earned three varsity letters playing baseball for coach Joe Russo ... He received All-Conference honors each of his three years and was selected to play in the Dick Howser All-Star Game in 2008 as a pitcher ... Played in high school with current Hatter Ben Carhart as well as former Stetson star Nick Rickles. PERSONAL: Full name is Samuel B. Kimmel ... Was born on November 3, 1989, in West Palm Beach, Florida ... Is the son of George Scher and Kathy Kimmel ... Is a Sociology major.

2011 (Sophomore): Saw action in 54 games, 51 as a starter ... Started games at five positions – all four infield spots as well as DH ... Had 11 multiple-hit games and six multipleRBI games ... Had a season-high three hits twice, at Jacksonville (4/22) and against Belmont (5/19) ... Only home run of the year was among the three hits at JU ... Had a stretch of 17 consecutive games in which he reached base ... Had a pair of doubles in the game at Florida State (3/23). 2010 (Freshman): Was named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America by Collegiate Baseball ... Also earned Ping! Baseball Freshman All-America third team honors ... 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, 47 of those at shortstop ... 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 fifth on team in batting average at .335 ... Was second on team in slugging percentage at .556, hits with 80 and runs scored with 48 ... Led the Hatters in multiple RBI games with 17 ... Finished tied for second on team in multiple hit games with 25 ... Was 2-for-5 with a home run and six RBI in win over Mercer (4/10) ... Was 4-for-5 with a double, three RBI and three runs scored in win over Lipscomb (4/25) ... Was 4-for-5 with a home run and two RBI against Jacksonville (5/21). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Park Vista High School in Lake Worth, Florida ... Was a member of the Honor Society ... Earned four varsity letters playing baseball for the Cobras under head coach Larry Greenstein ... Earned All-Area honors three consecutive years ... Was a second team AllState pick ... Was also an 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: Full name is Ryan D. Lashley ... Was born on September 17, 1990, in Boca Raton, Florida ... Is the son of Joan and Steven Lashley of Lake Worth, Florida ... Majoring in Sports Management.

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N C A A ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02

2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 11 games, primarily as a pinch hitter ... Had his first collegiate hit, driving in a run, at Campbell (3/12) ... Saw limited time on defense at first base.

2011 (Junior): Saw action in just one game as a pinch hitter, reaching base and scoring a run ... Was named to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team for the third time.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida ... Graduated with honors and 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 ... Was a third team All-State pick ... As a senior, hit .490 with 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 the regional finals as a junior and to a 20-6 record and a No. 6 national ranking as a senior.

2010 (Sophomore): Was named to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team for the second season ... Played in nine games, with one start ... Had a pinch-hit single at East Tennessee State (5/1) ... Was the starting designated hitter and picked up a pair of at bats against USC Upstate (5/7) ... Had two at bats as a pinch hitter and DH against BethuneCookman (4/27).

PERSONAL: Full name is Kevin J. Lindheim ... Was born on April 9, 1992, in Naples, Florida ... Is the son of Denise and Kevin Lindheim of Naples ... Lists former Hatter, and current manager of the New Britain Rock Cats, Jeff Smith as a big baseball influence on him ... Majoring in Sports Management.

‘03 ‘05 ‘06

2009 (Freshman): Earned A-Sun Academic All-Conference honors ... Was named the Lou Bazzano Outstanding Effort Award winner ... Played in 20 games with one start ... Had 12 appearances and two hits as a pinch hitter ... Had a season-high four at bats, with one hit and one run scored, in his lone start against Lipscomb (3/20) ... Had a pair of singles in the Jacksonville series. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated Summa 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: Full name is Ethan Shane Maskolunas ... Was born on October 30, 1989, in Lakeland, Florida … Is the son of Michelle and Mike Maskolunas of Lakeland … Majoring in Chemistry.

‘07 ‘11

R E Kevin Lindheim Career Statistics G .182 11-1 11 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 .182 1 1 2 0 .286 1 1 0-0 I 2011 TOTAL .182 11-1 11 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 .182 1 1 2 0 .286 1 1 0-0 O Ethan Maskolunas Statistics Ethan Maskolunas Career N Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att 2009 .235 20-1 17 1 4 0 0 0 0 4 .235 1 2 2 1 .350 0 1 0-0 A 2010 .100 9-1 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 .100 0 0 2 1 .100 0 0 0-0 2011 .000 1-0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 L TOTAL .179 30-2 28 2 5 0 0 0 0 5 .179 1 2 4 2 .258 0 1 0-0 S Austin Perez 38 2012 Media Guide & Record Book Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att Year

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Best outing as a starter came against North Florida (4/29) when he worked 7.0 innings, allowing just one run on two hits with nine strikeouts in a no decision ... Took losses in each of his last three outings ... Had off-season surgery and did not throw during fall practice. 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. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a multi-year letter winner in football and baseball at Gulf Coast High School in Naples, Florida ... Was a two-time All-Conference and All-Area pick ... Hit .465 during his senior year, .413 as a junior and .371 as a sophomore ... Best individual performance came against Barron Collier when he went 4-for-4 with two doubles and a home run ... Led his team to a Final 8 finish as a sophomore and a conference title as a senior ... Played AAU ball for coach David Fore with the 18U SWFL team ... Was an A-B Honor Roll student and was recognized for Academic Merit.

PERSONAL: Full name is Austin James Perez ... Was born on May 20, 1992, in Wellington, Florida ... Is the son of Kelli and Xavier “Harvey” Perez of Loxahatchee, Florida ... Chose Stetson because he liked the learning environment and the baseball program ... Is majoring in Business Administration.

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PERSONAL: Full name is Darby P. McCormick ... Was born on October 27, 1992, in Boston, Massachusetts ... Is the son of Kevin and Courtney McCormick ... Has two siblings, Griffin and Kaylen ... His dad and uncle both played college baseball and the University of Massachusetts ... Is a Sports Management major.

‘89 ‘90 ‘00 ‘05

2011 (Freshman): Saw action in nine games as a relief pitcher, working a total of 10.2 innings ... Longest outing of the year came against Belmont in the A-Sun Tournament (5/25) when he worked 3.0 innings, allowing two runs on two hits while throwing 50 pitches ... Was named to the Ethan Maskolunas A-Sun Academic All-Conference team for the second time. Year

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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Seminole High School in Sanford, Florida ... Earned three varsity letters as a mem2011 (Freshman): Was named to the Atlantic Sun Confer- ber of the baseball team ... Played under head coach Mike Powers ... During his senior season, finished with a 5-2 reence All-Freshman team ... Appeared in 21 games, theAustin last Perez eight as a starter ... Earned his first collegiate victory in his cord with 97 strikeouts and a 1.74 ERA. Year avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hbp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att po a e fld% first appearance, throwing 10 pitches in one-third of an in- PERSONAL: Full name is Justin E. Pickens ... Was born on ning against Georgia in the season-opener ... Earned his May 16, 1991, in Sanford, Florida ... Is the son of Deanna second win against Savannah State (4/15) with 6.0 innings and Joseph Pickens of Sanford ... Is majoring in Integrative of earned justcghissho second Yearwork, allowing oneera w-l run app in gs sv start ip ... h Health r er Science. bb so 2b 3b hr bf bavg wp hbp bk sfa sha

Austin Perez Career Statistics Year

2011 Year TOTAL

era

w-l

4.64 2-3 avg gp-gs 4.64 2-3

app

21 21ab

gs

8 8r

cg

sho

0 0/0 0 h 0/02b

sv

ip h r Justin Pickens

0 3b0

52.1 65 30 27 17 46 13 2 1 hr52.1 rbi 65 tb 30slg%27 bb17 hbp46 so13 gdp 2 ob%1

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bb

so

2b

3b

hr

bf

bavg

235 .319 sf235sh .319 sb-att

wp

hbp

bk

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0 2 0 po 2

0 a0

4 8 e 4 fld%8

sha

wp hbp 0 0 0 0

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JustinStatistics Pickens Justin Pickens Career Year 2011 TOTAL

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4.22 4.22

0-0 0-0

app 9 9

gs 0 0

cg sho 0 0/0 0 0/0

sv 0 0

ip

h

r

10.2 10.2

11 11

7 7

er 5 5

bb 7 7

so 3 3

2b 2 2

3b 0 0

hr 0 0

bf 47 47

bavg .275 .275

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relief in his second outing of the year at Bethune-Cookman (2/23) ... Posted a 2.26 ERA in his 28 relief appearances, but had an 8.48 ERA in his three starts, all of which came against NCAA Regional teams (UCF, FSU, N.C. State) ... Earned a victory in relief against Florida State (3/23) with 3.2 strong innings in which he allowed one run on five hits with five strikeouts ... Did not allow an earned run in 21 of his 28 relief appearances.

‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Coral Springs Christian Academy in Coral Springs, Florida ... Was a four-year letterwinner in baseball and also lettered in basketball and football ... Was twice named team MVP ... Twice led his team to district titles ... Was a three-time All-Conference and AllCounty middle infielder ... Hit .443 during his senior season with six home runs and 38 RBI ... As a junior, batted .439 with three homers and 33 RBI ... Hit .440 during his sophomore season with three home runs and 28 RBI ... Batted .427 as a freshman with two homers and 26 RBI .... Was 3-for-5 with a home run and six RBI in his team’s win over state champion Westminster ... Played in the summer for the South Florida Elite squad ... Was named to the academic honor roll each year and was a member of the National Honor Society ... Was also selected as class vice president.

2010 (Sophomore): Led the Hatters and was fifth in the Atlantic Sun Conference in appearances with 29 ... Tied for sixth in the league in saves with five ... Earned a spot on the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team ... Worked a season-high 4.2 innings, posting a season-high four strikeouts, against BethuneCookman (3/16) ... Equaled season-high with four strikeouts to earn his first save of season against Northwestern (3/26) ... Pitched 4.1 innings to pick up a win over FGCU (3/20) ... Worked one inning to earn a save against USF (3/30).

PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Kyle Pitts ... Was born on April 10, 1993 in Miami ... Is the son of Jay and Lisa Pitts ... Has one sister, Kristi ... Is a General Business major.

2009 (Freshman): Was second on the team, and tied for fourth in the A-Sun, with 28 appearances ... Tied for the team lead in saves with three ... Threw the most innings in relief for the Hatters with 45.2 ... Struck out a season-high five batters in 3.0 innings of work against James Madison (3/7) ... First career save came against JU (3/14) with 3.2 innings of work, allowing just two hits with three strikeouts ... Earned his first career win with 1.1 innings of relief against Bethune-Cookman (3/17) ... Threw a season-high 4.0 innings and picked up a victory over USC Upstate (4/3).

‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Charlotte High School in Punta Gorda, Florida … Played 5A baseball for coach Josh Corr … Was an All-State performer in 2008 … Played in the Senior All-Star SWFL Showcase … Was Most Valuable Pitcher in the Sarasota Classic ... Earned ABC Athlete of the Week honor as well as Sun Herald Athlete of the Week … Was a member of the National Honor Society.

‘11 Was named to the Watch List for the 2012 Stopper of the Year Award.

R 2011 (Junior): Assumed the primary closer’s role early in E the year and finished the season with a team-leading eight saves in 31 appearances on the mound ... Made three starts G late in the season ... Team had a 23-8 record in games he PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Arlie Powell ... Was born in ... Earned a three inning save in his first appear- in Port Charlotte, Florida … Is the son of Dana and Robert I appeared ance of the year, holding Georgia to a run on one hit over Powell of Punta Gorda, Florida … Is an Integrative Health Science major. O 3.0 innings with four strikeouts (2/18) ... Earned a victory in N Robbie Powell Career Statistics 4.53 2-5 28 0 0 0/0 3 45.2 41 25 23 13 32 3 1 8 192 .243 3 3 3 2 4 A 2009 2010 4.89 2-1 29 0 0 0/0 5 42.1 53 31 23 10 34 7 2 5 194 .299 4 1 0 2 4 3.42 5-3 31 3 0 0/1 8 55.1 51 27 21 14 47 8 2 5 234 .250 0 7 0 5 4 L 2011 TOTAL 4.21 9-9 88 3 0 0/1 16 143.1 145 83 67 37 113 18 5 18 620 .264 7 11 3 9 12 S Rasmussen 40 2012 Media James Guide & Record Book Year

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PERSONAL: Full name is Benjamin D. Rakus ... Was born on July 9, 1993, in Massachusetts ... Is the son of Ed and Judith Rakus ... Has two brothers – Eric and Keith – both of who were college athletes, one in football at Lehigh and the other played baseball at Vermont ... Is a Sports Management major.

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a multi-year letter-winners in baseball and golf at New Smyrna Beach High School for coach Jose Fernandez ... Set the school record for batting average and RBI as a hitter while also setting marks for wins and strikeouts on the mound ... As a junior, he batted .375 and had an ERA of 1.35 ... Tossed 12 innings in one day to help team win a state championship ... Was an honor roll student and was named the sports marketing student of the year. PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Lee Powers ... Was born on February 13, 1993, in Daytona Beach, Florida ... Is the son of Marvin and Pamela Powers ... Has two sisters – Sarah and Rachel ... Is a Marketing major.

2011 (Sophomore): Saw action in 25 games, two as a starter in the outfield ... Was limited for most of the season after breaking his finger on a bunt attempt at Florida State (3/23) ... Had just one hit in nine at bats following the injury ... Was selected to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team for the second time. 2010 (Freshman): Played in 42 games with 21 starts before suffering a season-ending wrist injury diving for a ball in right field ... Earned A-Sun All-Academic Team honors ... A solid defensive outfielder who committed just one error in 64 chances for a .984 fielding percentage ... Finished with six multiple-hit 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) ... Picked up a pair of RBI with a pinch-hit single in win over Old Dominion (3/14) ... Was 2-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored in win over Campbell (4/1).

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letter winner in baseball, basketball and football at Suffield Academy in West Suffield, Connecticut ... In baseball he was second team AllLeague player for coach Bryan Brissette as a freshman and sophomore before earning first team honors as a junior and senior . .. Was named team MVP following his junior and senior seasons and was named Player of the Year as a senior in 2011 ... As a senior, he posted a 6-1 record with a 1.25 ERA with 77 strikeouts in 44.2 innings of work ... As a junior, was 5-2 with a 3.22 ERA with 74 strikeouts in 45.2 innings ... Helped his team to a 14-1 record and a Western New England championship ... Played American Legion ball for the Winsor Locks, earning Pitcher of the Year honors and posting a total record of 23-4 ... Was an honor roll student as a freshman and senior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Lawton Chiles High School in Tallahassee, Florida ... Earned Commended Scholar status and was 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: Full name is James W. Rasmussen ... Was born on November 18, 1990, in Tallahassee, Florida ... Is the son of Joanne and David Rasmussen of Tallahassee ... Is majoring in Finance.

James Rasmussen Career Statistics Year

2010 2011 TOTAL

gp-gs

ab

r

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

.272 42-21 .143 25-2 .253 67-23

avg

81 14 95

11 5 16

22 2 24

3 0 3

0 0 0

0 0 0

10 1 11

25 2 27

.309 .143 .284

7 1 8

2 0 2

25 5 30

0 0 0

.344 .200 .324

0 0 0

1 2 3

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po

a

e

fld%

1-1 1-1 2-2

62 15 77

1 1 2

1 1 2

.984 .941 .975

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Championship under Coach Dave Parra. PERSONAL: Full name is Garrett R. Russini ... Was born on June 7, 1993, in Sarasota, Florida ... Is the son of Bill and Annie Russini ... Has one brother, Patrick ... Is undecided on a major.

‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01

2011: Sat out the season as a redshirt. BEFORE STETSON: Played at Florida State College in Jacksonville ... Posted a career record 4-1 in 96 innings pitched ... Recorded 61 strikeouts and seven saves. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from DeLand High School in DeLand, Florida ... Was an Honor Roll student ... Earned three letters in baseball and three in football ... Was 7-2 with a 1.19 ERA and 87 strikeouts in 59 innings as a senior ... Over his career, was 13-3 with a 1.84 ERA ... Was a first team All-County pick ... Was first team All-Conference and second team All-State ... Helped team reach state playoffs in 2006 and 2007.

Returns as the defending Atlantic Sun Conference Pitcher of the Year, an award he was selected to win again in preseason voting of the league coaches ... Was selected as a third team TPX/Louisville Slugger preseason All-American ... Was also a preseason All-Conference pick by the coaches. 2011 (Sophomore): Was selected as the A-Sun Pitcher of the Year despite missing the final six weeks of the season, including the conference tournament and NCAA Regional, after being hit by a batted ball against Jacksonville ... In his 10 starts, he posted a sparkling 8-0 record with a league best 1.40 ERA ... Allowed just nine earned runs on the season, three of which came in his only sub-par start, which lasted just 2.1 innings against Central Michigan (3/6) ... Only other no decision came against Mercer (3/19) despite holding the Bears to two runs on eight hits, with a careerhigh tying 10 strikeouts, over 6.1 innings ... Longest outing came against ETSU (3/26) when he worked 7.2 innings, allowing one run on three hits with seven strikeouts ... Did not allow a home run, and only allowed nine extra-base hits, in his 57.2 innings of work ... Threw a season-high 115 pitches against Jacksonville (4/22) over 6.0 innings in his final appearance of the season ... Was named to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team for a second time.

PERSONAL: Full name is Chad M. Rood ... Was born in DeLand, Florida ... Is the son of Debbie and Mark Rood of DeLand ... His brother Mark also played at Stetson ... Chose Stetson because he could get a great education and has always been interested in being a Hatter ... Is a Sports Business major.

‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07

2010 (Freshman): Was a two-way player, seeing action in 51 games with 45 starts as a position player to go with 16 appearances on the mound, with five starts ... Was named to the A-Sun Academic All-Conference team ... As a pitcher, he finished with a 3-3 record and an 8.12 ERA ... Recorded 45 strikeouts in just 44.1 innings of work ... Took a no hitter into the 9th inning before surrendering a one-out single

‘11 HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year letter winner in baseball at Braden River High School in Bradenton, Florida ... Also lettered one year in football ... Played AAU ball for the All-American Prospects and the Braden River Hurricanes ... Helped the Prospects to a USA Baseball 16U National

R E G I Kurt Schluter Career Statistics O 2010 .301 51-45 166 36 50 15 0 5 30 80 .482 18 9 44 0 .397 1 5 1-2 262 2011 .000 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 2 .301 51-45 166 36 50 15 0 5 30 80 .482 18 9 44 0 .397 1 5 1-2 264 N TOTAL A 2010 8.12 3-3 16 5 0 0/1 0 44.1 61 44 40 17 45 13 0 4 221 .326 2 11 1.40 8-0 10 10 0 0/0 0 57.2 48 13 9 18 55 8 1 0 239 .230 1 4 L 2011 TOTAL 4.32 11-3 26 15 0 0/1 0 102.0 109 57 49 35 100 21 1 4 460 .275 3 15 S Spencer Theisen 42 2012 Media Guide & Record Book Year

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h

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r

er

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so

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gdp

3b

ob%

hr

sf sh

bf

sb-att

bavg

po

wp

hbp

a

e

43 11 54

fld%

8 .974 0 1.000 8 .975

bk

sfa

sha

0 0 0

4 2 6

2 6 8


against Central Michigan (3/10) in his first collegiate start ... Struck out career-high 10 batters in that 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 ... Also earned victories against Mercer (4/10) and Jacksonville (5/21) in relief ... As a position player, he primarily played first base (30 games), but also saw action at third base (14) and as the DH (1) ... Hit .301 on the season and finished third on the team in doubles with 15... Had 14 multiple-hit games and eight multiple RBI games ... Had a season-high hitting streak of eight games ... Was 4-for4 with two doubles, a home run, five RBI and three runs scored in win over USC Upstate (5/8). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Jupiter High school in Jupiter, Florida ... Was a 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 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. PERSONAL: Full name is Kurt M. Schluter ... Was born on November 20, 1990, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida ... Is the son of Andrea and Karl Schluter of Jupiter, Florida ... Chose Stetson because of its great tradition and baseball program ... Is a Finance major.

2011 (Junior): Saw action in all 63 games, 61 as the starter in center field ... Recorded 15 multiple-high games and seven multiple RBI games ... Had a season-best 10-game hit streak during which he hit .459 ... Had a season-high three hits in a game four times ... Had three hits, scored two runs, and stole a season-high three bases against Savannah State (4/17) ... Handed 161 chances in the outfield with just two errors. 2010 (Sophomore): Named Stetson’s team MVP in his first season as a Hatter ... Was the only Hatter to start all 58 games ... Led the team in hits with 87 and runs scored with 51 ... Finished second on the team, and 14th in the Atlantic Sun Conference, with a .373 batting average ... Led the team, and was fourth in the A-Sun, with 24 stolen bases ... Finished with a .988 fielding average leading all Stetson outfielders ... Led the team in multiple hit games with 27... Was tied for third on team in multiple RBI games with 11 ... Had a season-high 17 game hitting streak ... Had nine three-hit games ... Was 3-for-3 with three runs scored and a stolen base in win over FGCU (3/20) ... Was 3-for-4 with three RBI in win over Campbell (4/2) ... Was 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and a run scored in win over Belmont (4/16). BEFORE STETSON: Played his freshman season (2008) at Division II Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida ... Hit .333 with six home runs ... Transferred to Seminole Community College, but was forced to sit out most of the 2009 season due to injury, receiving a medical redshirt. 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: Full name is Spencer J. Theisen ... Was born in Orlando, Florida ... Is the son of Cynthia and Robert Theisen of Longwood, Florida ... Chose Stetson because of the academics, the coaching staff and the area ... Is majoring in Business Administration.

Spencer Theisen Career Statistics Year

2010 2011 TOTAL

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gp-gs

.373 58-58 .276 63-61 .325 121-119

ab

233 232 465

h

2b

3b

hr

rbi

tb

slg%

bb

hbp

so

gdp

ob%

sf sh

51 87 30 64 81 151

r

13 12 25

3 3 6

3 0 3

43 115 29 82 72 197

.494 .353 .424

22 18 40

7 8 15

20 32 52

0 2 2

.436 .349 .393

4 0 4

Kyle Zech

sb-att

po

a

e

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2 24-32 7 13-17 9 37-49

166 158 324

2 1 3

2 2 4

.988 .988 .988

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N C A A ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year letter winner for coach Mike Smith Lake Brantley High School in Altamonte Springs, Florida ... Was a two-way player in high school ... In limited action on the mound, posted a 2-0 record with a 2.50 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 14 innings of work ... Played AAU ball for the Orlando Scorpions and coach Sal Lombardo ... Was an honorable mention All-Florida selection by Perfect Game ... Was a member of the National Honor Society, the Student Athlete Leadership Team and served as a locker room assistant for the Orlando Magic. PERSONAL: Full name is Tyler B. Warmoth ... Was born on June 4, 1992, in Orlando, Florida ... Is the son of Greg and Christie Warmoth ... Has a brother, J.T., who plays baseball at Embry-Riddle ... Has a younger brother, Logan ... Is a Finance major.

‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05

Kyle Zech Career Statistics Year

‘11

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Naples High School in Naples, Florida ... Was 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 ... Helped lead the 2009 team to a 33-1 record, a state championship and a national No. 1 ranking ... Was All-State, All-Area, All-County and All-Conference ... As a senior, he hit .553 with five home runs, 25 RBI and 26 stolen bases ... Was named Most Valuable Hitter ... Earned All-County, All-Area and All-Tournament honors ... Played on 2007 football state championship team. PERSONAL: Full name is Kyle A. Zech ... Was born on March 25, 1992, in Naples, Florida ... Is the son of Michelle and Brian Zech of Naples ... Has not yet declared a major.

‘06 ‘07

2011 (Freshman): Saw action in 39 games, 20 as a starter in the outfield ... Had his first collegiate hit in his first at bat, as a pinch hitter against Maine (3/1) ... Made his first start against Siena (3/16) and delivered a pair of hits, including a double ... Had two hits against USC Upstate (4/2) in his third start and followed up the next day with an RBI triple against the Spartans ... Had a season-high three hits against Savannah State (4/15) ... Handled 42 chances in the outfield without an error.

2011 TOTAL

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3b

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rbi

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bb

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sf sh

.290 39-20 .290 39-20

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69 69

13 13

20 20

5 5

1 1

0 0

5 5

27 27

.391 .391

9 9

1 1

24 24

2 2

.370 .370

2 2

7 7

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41 41

1 1

0 1.000 0 1.000

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N 2011 Stetson Statistics C Record: 43-20 Home: 27-9 Away: 13-7 Neutral: 3-4 A-Sun: 23-7 A Player avg gp-gs ab r h 2b 3b hr rbi tb slg% bb hp so gdp ob% sf sh sb-att A 9 RICKLES, Nick .347 63-63 245 47 85 20 3 12 62 147 .600 25 5 10 4 .408 7 1 0-1 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02

5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 4 JONES, Mark 2 CREWS, Robert 22 CARHART, Ben 11 ZECH, Kyle 8 THEISEN, Spencer 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 7 EMORY, Sean 12 LASHLEY, Ryan -------------------18 CARLTON, Brad 14 BRUCE, Robert 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin 17 RASMUSSEN, James 1 KELLY, Thomas 10 MASKOLUNAS, Ethan 28 RUBINSKI, Miles 38 CAMPBELL, Kyle 34 COX, Nathan

. 347 .333 . 332 . 323 . 290 . 276 . 274 . 261 . 260 .239

37-21 61-60 62-62 63-61 39-20 63-61 61-58 56-48 54-44 54-51

75 237 250 251 69 232 219 165 169 184

16 47 53 39 13 30 50 27 31 25

26 79 83 81 20 64 60 43 44 44

5 12 12 10 5 12 11 10 4 9

0 4 0 2 1 3 1 0 1 1

3 5 4 7 0 0 0 1 0 1

18 37 39 63 5 29 22 21 16 27

.286 . 186 . 182 . 143 .000 . 000 .000 . 000 . 000

16-5 33-10 11-1 25-2 9-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 1-0

21 43 11 14 6 1 0 0 0

3 4 1 5 1 1 0 1 1

6 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 6 2 1 1 0 1 0 0

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R E G I O N A L S

7 8 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

.333 . 186 .182 . 143 .000 . 000 .000 . 000 .000

7 29 22 17 9 18 50 23 19 19

2 3 3 6 1 8 8 13 2 0

1 7 1 1 4 0 1 1 1

17 38 54 17 24 32 33 39 25 36

2 4 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 1

. 412 .411 . 390 .369 . 370 .349 . 426 .393 . 342 .300

1 1 2 8 2 0 0 0 0 7

6 3 8 0 7 7 4 0 5 1

1-3 17-19 10-12 0-0 6-7 13-17 29-33 0-0 7-11 2-2

1 4 0 12 1 2 0 5 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.348 . 300 .286 . 200 .400 . 000

0 0 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 1.000 0 1.000 0

0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0

0-0 0-1 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0

27 30 7 15 1 0 0 2 0

e 9 1 19 12 14 0 2 5 4 4 6

4 1 1 1 5 0 0 0 2

1 0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0

fld% .984 .971 .932 .960 .915 1.000

.988 .964 .983 .911 .979 .969 1.000 1.000

.941 .750 .000 .000 1.000 1.000

Totals

.295

63

2192 395 647 111 16 33 352 889

.406 255 53 351

25

.378 29 45 86-107 1701 648

86

.965

Opponents

.278

63

2191 312 610

.372 222 47 474

29

.354 25 46 69-101 1644 695

93

.962

98

9 30 271 816

LOB - Team (536), Opp (519). DPs turned - Team (50), Opp (60). CI - Team (1), RICKLES 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (14), JONES 7, RICKLES 5, LASHLEY 1, CREWS 1, Opp (12). Picked off - JONES 2, THEISEN 2, SIMPSON 1, EMORY 1, BRUCE 1.

(All games Sorted by Earned run avg)

‘03 ‘05

40 .533 . 481 . 428 . 462 27 .391 82 .353 73 .333 56 .339 50 .296 58 .315

114 107 116

po a 487 57 33 1 102 160 113 173 51 99 41 1 158 1 127 6 208 18 36 5 236 38

Player

era

w-l

cg

sho

sv

h

r

er

bb

so

2b 3b

1. 40 2. 93 3. 4 2 3. 76 4. 52 4. 64 4. 88

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

10 38 31 28 21 21 12

10 0 3 9 15 8 12

0 0 0 0 1 0 0

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

0 6 8 1 0 0 0

57.2 48 61.1 47 55.1 51 79.0 76 83.2 108 52.1 65 62.2 75

13 26 27 40 51 30 37

9 20 21 33 42 27 34

18 17 14 43 24 17 20

55 63 47 63 64 46 52

8 5 8 11 18 13 13

1 0 1 2 2 5 2 4 0 5 2 1 0 10

.2 3 0 . 203 .2 5 0 . 257 .3 1 3 . 319 .3 0 0

1 4 0 3 0 0 3

4 1 7 8 5 2 3

0 2 0 1 0 0 1

2 1 5 1 2 4 1

6 2 4 6 3 8 5

0. 00 3. 95 4. 2 2 4. 50 4. 50 6. 30 6. 6 3 8. 44

0-0 1-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-1 1-0

1 35 9 30 4 11 9 4

0 0 0 1 0 0 3 2

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 41.0 10.2 26.0 2.0 10.0 19.0 5.1

1 48 11 34 3 5 34 4

0 23 7 24 2 10 17 5

0 18 5 13 1 7 14 5

0 10 7 20 5 14 7 6

1 14 3 24 3 13 21 5

0 11 2 5 0 0 4 0

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0

.2 5 0 . 314 .275 . 309 .3 3 3 . 152 .4 1 0 . 211

0 0 0 6 1 4 3 2

0 8 0 1 0 3 3 2

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 4 0 1 0 0 4 0

0 6 0 2 0 1 1 2

Totals

3. 95

43-20

63 63

1

1/1

15

567.0

610

312

249

222

474

98

9

30

.278

27 47

5 25

46

Opponents

5. 39

20-43

63 63

1

2/2

7

548.0

647

395

328

255

351

111

16

33

.295

56 53

6 29

45

27 SCHLUTER, Kurt 37 BOYD, Jake 16 POWELL, Robbie 50 DONAHUE, Tucker 29 DORSEY, Will 42 PEREZ, Austin 13 CAUGHEL, Lindsey -------------------22 CARHART, Ben 44 DYE, Joe 36 PICKENS, Justin 30 GRIFFIN, Cameron 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 24 DECHERT, Justin 41 O'NEILL, Jimmy 57 CHENELER, Lee

app gs

ip

hr b/avg wp hp bk sfa sha

PB - Team (4), CARLTON 3, RICKLES 1, Opp (6). Pickoffs - Team (10), RICKLES 7, SCHLUTER 1, PEREZ 1, BLACKMAN 1, Opp (8). SBA/ATT - RICKLES (46-69), BLACKMAN (16-21), DORSEY (14-20), SCHLUTER (8-14), DONAHUE (8-12), CAUGHEL (7-11), CARLTON (7-11) POWELL (7-10), PEREZ (4-6), GRIFFIN (6-6), BOYD (4-6), DYE (3-5), O'NEILL (5-5), DECHERT (2-4), CHENELER (1-1), PICKENS (0-1).

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c

po

a

e

fld%

dp sba csb sba%

pb

ci

11 ZECH, Kyle 42 41 1 14 BRUCE, Robert 31 30 1 27 SCHLUTER, Kurt 13 2 11 42 PEREZ, Austin 12 4 8 37 BOYD, Jake 10 3 7 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin 8 7 1 13 CAUGHEL, Lindsey 8 0 8 16 POWELL, Robbie 7 2 5 36 PICKENS, Justin 4 2 2 38 CAMPBELL, Kyle 2 2 0 34 COX, Nathan 2 0 2 24 DECHERT, Justin 1 0 1 57 CHENELER, Lee 1 0 1 8 THEISEN, Spencer 161 158 1 Multiple 9 RICKLES, Nick Hit 553Games 487 57 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 230 Ben 208 18 22 CARHART, 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 280 236 38 2 CREWS, Robert 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 35 1 9 RICKLES, Nick33 18 CARLTON, Brad 32 27 4 4 JONES, Mark 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 138 127 6 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 2 CREWS, Robert 298 113 173 8 THEISEN, Spencer 50 DONAHUE, Tucker 20 8 11 12 LASHLEY, 17 RASMUSSEN, James 17Ryan 15 1 7 EMORY, Sean 29 DORSEY, Will 15 6 8 4 JONES, Mark 281 102 23 BLACKMAN, Trey160 44 DYE, Joe 13 Mitchel 0 12 5 BRENNAN, 22 CARHART, Ben Kyle 164 51 99 11 ZECH, 7 EMORY, Sean 45 36 5 TEAM 1 KELLY, Thomas 8 1 5 30 GRIFFIN, Cameron 2 0 1 28 RUBINSKI, Miles 1 0 0 41 O'NEILL, Jimmy 1 0 0 10 MASKOLUNAS, Ethan 0 0 0

0 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 1 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 2 . 988 0 3 9 2 .984 13 4 24 .983 15 2 6 19 .979 24 6 1 18 .971 80 1 .969 21 20 5 . 964 1 14 4 12 .960 30 1 11 .950 40 1 9 .941 21 8 1 .933 10 19 8 .932 30 1 5 .923 11 14 3 .915 11 1 4 . 140911 312 2 . 750 0 1 . 500 0 1 . 000 0 1 . 000 0 0 . 000 0

0 0 --0 0 0 0 --0 0 8 6 .5 7 1 0 0 4 2 . 667 0 0 4 2 .6 6 7 0 0 0 0 --0 0 7 4 .636 0 0 7 3 . 700 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 --0 0 0 0 --0 0 2 2 . 500 0 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 --0 0 46 4 23 5+ .667 Total 1 1 16 1 5 .7-62 0 270 0 - 0 1--0 260 0 - 0 ---0 260 7 2 4 .6-36 3 250 0 0 --0 0 1 19 0 0 --0 0 8 - 4 .6-67 0 150 0 - 0 ---0 110 14 6 . 700 0 90 0 - 0 ---0 80 3 - 2 .6-00 0 60 0 - 0 ---0 40 0 4 0 1--- 176 0 0 0 0 --0 0 6 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 --0 0 5 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 --0 0

Totals Opponents

86 93

69 86

2435 1701 2432 1644

Score by innings Stetson Opponents

648 695

.965 .962

50 60

32 21

.683 .804

1 minimums 2 3 4- 1.0 5AB/Game 6 7 Hitting

8 9 EX 36 41 41 37 37 51 63 55 30 4 35 31 56 29 39 26 23 40 31 2

Record whenRecord team scores: when ... Runs 0 1 2 3 W-L 0-2 0-1 0-6 3-4

4 6

1 1

Total 395 312

4 4-2

5 4-2

6 8-2

7 5-0

8 3-0

9 10+ 6-1 10-0

Record when opponent scores: Runs 0 1 2 3 4 W-L 1-0 6-0 8-0 10-0 9-1

5 3-3

6 4-3

7 1-2

8 1-2

9 0-1

Record when leading after: Inn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 W-L 16-2 21-4 24-2 27-3 29-2 32-1 34-1 32-1 Record when trailing after: Inn. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 W-L 8-7 9-13 8-15 10-16 5-18 5-18 4-17 3-18 Record when tied after: Inn. 1 2 3 4 W-L 19-11 13-3 11-3 6-1

5 9-0

6 6-1

7 5-2

Current losing streak: 1 Longest winning streak: 9 Longest losing streak: 3 Home attendance : 36740 ( 36 dates avg = 1020 ) Away attendance : 37811 ( 26 dates avg = 1454 ) Total attendance: 74551 ( 62 dates avg = 1202 )

8 7-1

10+ 0-8

Multiple Hit Games 2 3 4 5+ Total 22 CARHART, Ben 24 2 1 27 2 CREWS, Robert 19 6 1 26 9 RICKLES, Nick 18 8 26 4 JONES, Mark 21 2 2 25 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 14 4 1 19 8 THEISEN, Spencer 11 4 15 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 9 2 11 7 EMORY, Sean 8 1 9 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 8 8 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 5 1 6 11 ZECH, Kyle 3 1 4 TEAM 140 31 4 1 176 Multiple RBI Games 2 3 4 5+ Total 22 CARHART, Ben 14 5 19 9 RICKLES, Nick 15 2 2 19 4 JONES, Mark 3 3 2 8 8 THEISEN, Spencer 7 7 2 CREWS, Robert 4 2 1 7 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 5 1 6 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 6 6 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 4 1 5 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 2 1 3 7 EMORY, Sean 1 1 2 11 ZECH, Kyle 1 1 TEAM 62 15 6 0 83 Hitting Streaks Longest Current 4 JONES, Mark 16 2 9 RICKLES, Nick 16 2 CREWS, Robert 15 1 8 THEISEN, Spencer 10 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 8 1 7 EMORY, Sean 8 1 22 CARHART, Ben 8 6 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 7 4 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 7 1 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 6 11 ZECH, Kyle 4 1 18 CARLTON, Brad 3 14 BRUCE, Robert 2 17 RASMUSSEN, Jame 1 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin 1 Reached Base Streaks

4 JONES, Mark 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 2 CREWS, Robert 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 9 RICKLES, Nick 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 22 CARHART, Ben 8 THEISEN, Spencer 7 EMORY, Sean 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 11 ZECH, Kyle 18 CARLTON, Brad 14 BRUCE, Robert 17 RASMUSSEN, Jame 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin

Longest Current

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N 2011 Stetson Statistics C Date Opponent Score Inns Feb 18, 2011 GEORGIA 6-3 9 A Feb 19, 2011 GEORGIA 7-2 9 Feb 20, 2011 GEORGIA 8-4 9 A Feb 23, 2011 at Bethune-Cookman 4-3 (11) W W W W

‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

R E G I O N A L S

Feb 27, 2011 Feb 28, 2011 Mar 01, 2011 Mar 04, 2011 Mar 05, 2011 Mar 06, 2011 Mar 08, 2011 Mar 09, 2011 * Mar 11, 2011 * Mar 12, 2011 * Mar 12, 2011 Mar 15, 2011 Mar 16, 2011 * Mar 18, 2011 * Mar 19, 2011 * Mar 20, 2011 Mar 22, 2011 Mar 23, 2011 * Mar 25, 2011 * Mar 26, 2011 * Mar 27, 2011 Mar 29, 2011 * Apr 01, 2011 * Apr 02, 2011 * Apr 02, 2011 * Apr 08, 2011 * Apr 09, 2011 * Apr 10, 2011 Apr 12, 2011 Apr 15, 2011 Apr 16, 2011 Apr 17, 2011 Apr 19, 2011 * Apr 22, 2011 * Apr 23, 2011 * Apr 23, 2011 Apr 26, 2011 * Apr 29, 2011 * Apr 30, 2011 * May 01, 2011 * May 06, 2011 * May 07, 2011 * May 08, 2011 May 10, 2011 May 11, 2011 * May 13, 2011 * May 14, 2011 * May 15, 2011 May 17, 2011 * May 19, 2011 * May 20, 2011 * May 21, 2011 May 25, 2011 May 26, 2011 May 27, 2011 Jun 03, 2011 Jun 04, 2011 Jun 05, 2011 Jun 05, 2011

UNIVERSITY OF MAINE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE COLUMBIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL MICHIGAN CENTRAL MICHIGAN at Bethune-Cookman at Campbell at Campbell-1 at Campbell-2 SIENA SIENA MERCER MERCER MERCER BETHUNE-COOKMAN at #4 Florida State ETSU ETSU ETSU at #23 UCF at USC Upstate at USC Upstate-1 at USC Upstate-2 KENNESAW STATE KENNESAW STATE KENNESAW STATE USF SAVANNAH STATE SAVANNAH STATE SAVANNAH STATE at USF at Jacksonville at Jacksonville-1 at Jacksonville-2 BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNF UNF UNF at FGCU at FGCU at FGCU #6 FLORIDA STATE FIU at Lipscomb at Lipscomb at Lipscomb UCF BELMONT BELMONT BELMONT vs Belmont vs ETSU vs Jacksonville vs NC State vs #4 South Carolina vs NC State vs #4 South Carolina

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

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

9 9 9 (10) 9 9 9 9 9 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 (11) 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9

Overall

A-Sun

Pitcher of record

1-0-0 2-0-0 3-0-0 4-0-0 5-0-0 5-1-0 6-1-0 7-1-0 8-1-0 9-1-0 10-1-0 10-2-0 11-2-0 12-2-0 12-3-0 12-4-0 13-4-0 14-4-0 15-4-0 16-4-0 17-4-0 18-4-0 19-4-0 20-4-0 20-5-0 20-6-0 20-7-0 21-7-0 22-7-0 23-7-0 24-7-0 25-7-0 26-7-0 27-7-0 28-7-0 29-7-0 29-8-0 30-8-0 30-9-0 31-9-0 31-10-0 32-10-0 33-10-0 34-10-0 35-10-0 36-10-0 37-10-0 37-11-0 37-12-0 38-12-0 39-12-0 39-13-0 39-14-0 40-14-0 40-15-0 40-16-0 40-17-0 41-17-0 41-18-0 42-18-0 42-19-0 43-19-0 43-20-0

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

PEREZ (W 1-0) DORSEY (W 1-0) SCHLUTER (W 1-0) POWELL (W 1-0) CAUGHEL (W 1-0) DORSEY (L 1-1) SCHLUTER (W 2-0) BOYD (W 1-0) DORSEY (W 2-1) POWELL (W 2-0) CHENELER (W 1-0) O'NEILL (L 0-1) CAUGHEL (W 2-0) SCHLUTER (W 3-0) DORSEY (L 2-2) DONAHUE (L 0-1) DORSEY (W 3-2) CAUGHEL (W 3-0) BOYD (W 2-0) DYE (W 1-0) POWELL (W 3-0) POWELL (W 4-0) CAUGHEL (W 4-0) SCHLUTER (W 4-0) DONAHUE (L 0-2) DORSEY (L 3-3) CAUGHEL (L 4-1) SCHLUTER (W 5-0) DONAHUE (W 1-2) BOYD (W 3-0) DORSEY (W 4-3) SCHLUTER (W 6-0) DORSEY (W 5-3) PEREZ (W 2-0) SCHLUTER (W 7-0) GRIFFIN (W 6-3) GRIFFIN (L 0-1) SCHLUTER (W 8-0) DORSEY (L 5-4) BOYD (W 4-0) POWELL (L 4-1) BOYD (W 5-0) DORSEY (W 6-4) BOYD (W 6-0) BOYD (W 7-0) POWELL (W 5-1) DONAHUE (W 2-1) POWELL (L 5-2) BOYD (L 7-1) CAUGHEL (W 5-1) BOYD (W 8-1) PEREZ (L 2-1) POWELL (L 5-3) CAUGHEL (W 6-1) DORSEY (L 6-5) PEREZ (L 2-2) CAUGHEL (L 6-2) DORSEY (W 7-5) DONAHUE (L 2-3) BOYD (W 9-1) DORSEY (L 7-6) DONAHUE (W 3-3) PEREZ (L 2-3)

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Time

2279 1424 1242 47 6 1627 11 0 3 814 647 1012 10 9 5 1021 20 5 123 136 98 9 910 11 1 9 1055 10 2 9 992 48 7 0 1341 10 2 9 982 14 3 0 212 17 1 171 12 2 9 689 61 4 687 71 1 629 61 9 1642 87 6 308 308 1087 87 9 695 61 1 191 15 0 181 28 1 5 472 28 2 282 24 3 984 79 8 962 54 9 468 318 289 52 2 3 7335 52 0 3 6718

3:01 2:45 2:58 3:40 2:22 3:11 2:40 4:07 2:31 3:40 2:50 2:30 3:30 2:48 2:38 2:50 2:32 2:50 2:30 2:35 3:10 4:04 3:10 2:01 3:22 3:20 3:00 3:14 2:34 3:05 3:07 2:42 2:30 3:09 2:50 3:00 1-1 3:25 3:20 2:48 4:15 2:40 2:25 2:17 3:12 3:30 3:28 3:11 4:00 2:43 2:42 2:53 3:20 2:50 2:55 3:15 2:45 2:40 2:58 3:15 2:45 3:18 3:18


2011 Stetson Statistics Starting Lineup By Position (Team W-L record when starter) PITCHER: 29 DORSEY, Will 13 CAUGHEL, Lindsey 27 SCHLUTER, Kurt 50 DONAHUE, Tucker 42 PEREZ, Austin 16 POWELL, Robbie 41 O'NEILL, Jimmy 57 CHENELER, Lee 30 GRIFFIN, Camero CATCHER: 9 RICKLES, Nick 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 18 CARLTON, Brad FIRST BASE: 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 9 RICKLES, Nick 22 CARHART, Ben SECOND BASE: 2 CREWS, Robert 12 LASHLEY, Ryan THIRD BASE: 22 CARHART, Ben 12 LASHLEY, Ryan SHORTSTOP: 4 JONES, Mark 12 LASHLEY, Ryan LEFT FIELD: 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 11 ZECH, Kyle 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 7 EMORY, Sean CENTER FIELD: 8 THEISEN, Spencer 11 ZECH, Kyle RIGHT FIELD: 7 EMORY, Sean 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 11 ZECH, Kyle 14 BRUCE, Robert 17 RASMUSSEN, Jam DESIGNATED HITTER: 7 EMORY, Sean 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 22 CARHART, Ben 9 RICKLES, Nick 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin 11 ZECH, Kyle

15 12 10 9 8 3 3 2 1

(9-6) (9-3) (10-0) (5-4) (5-3) (1-2) (2-1) (2-0) (0-1)

50 (36-14) 8 (4-4) 5 (3-2) 33 19 9 2

(24-9) (14-5) (4-5) (1-1)

62 (42-20) 1 (1-0) 55 (40-15) 8 (3-5) 60 (40-20) 3 (3-0) 57 (38-19) 3 (2-1) 2 (2-0) 1 (1-0) 61 (41-20) 2 (2-0) 19 18 14 10 2

(15-4) (9-9) (10-4) (8-2) (1-1)

24 21 6 4 4 1 1 1 1

(15-9) (14-7) (6-0) (2-2) (3-1) (1-0) (1-0) (1-0) (0-1)

Starting Lineup By Lineup Spot (Team W-L record when starter) LEADOFF: 3 SIMPSON, Jeff 7 EMORY, Sean 2ND SPOT: 2 CREWS, Robert 8 THEISEN, Spencer 7 EMORY, Sean 11 ZECH, Kyle 3RD SPOT: 22 CARHART, Ben 4 JONES, Mark 2 CREWS, Robert CLEANUP: 9 RICKLES, Nick 22 CARHART, Ben 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 5TH SPOT: 4 JONES, Mark 22 CARHART, Ben 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 9 RICKLES, Nick 7 EMORY, Sean 2 CREWS, Robert 6TH SPOT: 8 THEISEN, Spencer 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 7 EMORY, Sean 4 JONES, Mark 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 22 CARHART, Ben 2 CREWS, Robert 7TH SPOT: 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 8 THEISEN, Spencer 9 RICKLES, Nick 7 EMORY, Sean 14 BRUCE, Robert 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 8TH SPOT: 8 THEISEN, Spencer 12 LASHLEY, Ryan 7 EMORY, Sean 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 14 BRUCE, Robert 55 LINDHEIM, Kevin 17 RASMUSSEN, Jam 9TH SPOT: 11 ZECH, Kyle 2 CREWS, Robert 5 BRENNAN, Mitchel 14 BRUCE, Robert 18 CARLTON, Brad 8 THEISEN, Spencer 23 BLACKMAN, Trey 17 RASMUSSEN, Jam

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(12-8) (11-6) (7-5) (5-1) (5-0) (2-0) (1-0)

27 13 9 6 6 1 1

(19-8) (8-5) (6-3) (5-1) (4-2) (1-0) (0-1)

19 13 11 9 7 2 1 1

(15-4) (8-5) (8-3) (5-4) (5-2) (1-1) (1-0) (0-1)

17 16 13 7 5 3 1 1

(12-5) (12-4) (7-6) (6-1) (3-2) (1-2) (1-0) (1-0)

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N 2011 Stetson Statistics C Date Opponent ab r h rbi 2b 3b hr Feb 18 GEORGIA 34 6 13 5 2 0 0 A Feb 19 GEORGIA 34 7 9 6 1 0 0 Feb 20 GEORGIA 28 8 10 7 1 0 0 A Feb 23 at Bethune-Cookman 45 4 13 4 3 1 1 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

R E G I O N A L S

Feb 27 Feb 28 Mar 01 Mar 04 Mar 05 Mar 06 Mar 08 Mar 09 *Mar 11 *Mar 12 *Mar 12 Mar 15 Mar 16 *Mar 18 *Mar 19 *Mar 20 Mar 22 Mar 23 *Mar 25 *Mar 26 *Mar 27 Mar 29 *Apr 01 *Apr 02 *Apr 02 *Apr 08 *Apr 09 *Apr 10 Apr 12 Apr 15 Apr 16 Apr 17 Apr 19 *Apr 22 *Apr 23 *Apr 23 Apr 26 *Apr 29 *Apr 30 *May 01 *May 06 *May 07 *May 08 May 10 May 11 *May 13 *May 14 *May 15 May 17 *May 19 *May 20 *May 21 May 25 May 26 May 27 Jun 03 Jun 04 Jun 05 Jun 05 Totals

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UNIVERSITY OF MAINE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE UNIVERSITY OF MAINE COLUMBIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL MICHIGAN CENTRAL MICHIGAN at Bethune-Cookman at Campbell at Campbell at Campbell SIENA SIENA MERCER MERCER MERCER BETHUNE-COOKMAN at Florida State ETSU ETSU ETSU at UCF at USC Upstate at USC Upstate at USC Upstate KENNESAW STATE KENNESAW STATE KENNESAW STATE USF SAVANNAH STATE SAVANNAH STATE SAVANNAH STATE at USF at Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Jacksonville BETHUNE-COOKMAN UNF UNF UNF at FGCU at FGCU at FGCU FLORIDA STATE FIU at Lipscomb at Lipscomb at Lipscomb UCF BELMONT BELMONT BELMONT vs Belmont vs ETSU vs Jacksonville vs NC State vs South Carolina vs NC State vs South Carolina

27 3 5 2 0 32 0 5 0 0 34 6 10 4 1 35 7 6 5 0 32 5 9 5 0 33 9 13 7 2 32 9 10 8 4 33 2 7 2 1 38 14 12 11 1 34 12 12 12 4 34 2 8 2 1 32 4 5 4 2 33 5 11 5 1 31 4 11 4 2 28 3 8 3 0 31 3 10 2 1 34 7 9 6 2 38 6 12 6 5 43 15 18 11 5 31 4 7 4 1 40 6 11 6 4 37 2 10 2 1 37 0 9 0 0 36 9 10 8 0 36 10 12 9 1 31 6 9 4 1 41 10 16 9 4 30 4 6 4 1 38 9 16 8 7 44 17 20 17 5 32 5 10 5 3 38 10 15 9 1 29 2 5 2 2 42 14 17 11 2 36 4 10 4 0 35 9 10 9 0 43 3 13 3 2 31 6 8 4 1 33 10 13 9 3 30 6 8 5 2 40 6 15 6 2 39 8 13 7 6 40 13 13 12 3 31 1 6 1 1 40 9 8 8 0 37 9 12 8 1 35 6 10 5 1 36 3 10 3 0 36 6 11 6 2 31 7 11 7 3 31 2 5 2 1 36 5 11 5 0 34 3 6 3 2 32 7 10 6 3 33 3 8 3 2 36 8 13 7 1 36 5 10 5 1 34 5 7 3 2 30 2 7 2 0 2192 395 647 352 111

0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16

1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 2 0 0 33

bb

1 5 6 2 5 4 5 9 1 8 4 1 7 9 3 6 3 2 3 2 6 4 4 2 0 3 3 10 1 4 1 4 3 7 4 4 2 9 5 6 9 3 1 3 4 2 7 4 6 2 4 1 4 3 3 3 4 5 4 2 2 6 5 255

ibb

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 14

sb

1 3 1 1 4 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 4 2 5 2 6 1 2 4 3 3 2 2 2 3 1 1 0 1 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 86

cs hbp

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 21

1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 0 0 0 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 2 3 2 3 5 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 53

sac

0 0 1 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 2 1 0 1 1 2 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 45

sf gdp

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A T L A N T I C S U N ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘00 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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N 2011 Stetson Statistics C Individual Batting Game Highs bats: 6 (4 games ) A At Runs scored: 3 (9 games ) 5 Robert Crewsvs B-CU (Mar 22) A Hits: RBIs: 4 (6 games ) ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92

Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks:

3 Nick Rickles vs Central Michigan (Mar 08) 1 (16 games ) 1 (33 games ) 9 Robert Crews vs B-CU (Mar 22) 3 Jeff Simpson vs Maine (Feb 27) 3 Jeff Simpson at Lipscomb (May 14) Strikeouts: 3 (11 games ) Sac hits: 1 (45 games ) Sac flies: 1 (29 games ) Stolen bases: 3 Jeff Simpson vs Maine (Feb 27) 3 Spencer Theisenvs Savannah State (Apr 17) Hit by pitch: 2 (3 games ) Caught stealing: 2 Jeff Simpson at Jacksonville (Apr 22) Runners LOB: 6 Robert Crews vs Kennesaw State (Apr 08) 6 Trey Blackmanvs B-CU (Apr 26)

Individual Fielding Game Highs ‘96 ‘97

Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls:

18 8 3 1

Nick Rickles vs Columbia (Mar 04) Mark Jones vs Belmont (May 20) Mark Jones vs UNF (Apr 29) (4 games )

‘00 Individual Pitching Game Highs ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

R E G I O N A L S

Innings pitched: 9.0 Runs allowed: 7 Earned runs: 7 Walks allowed: 6 Strikeouts: 10 Hits allowed: 12 Doubles allowed: 3 3 Triples allowed: 1 Homers allowed: 3 Wild pitches: 2 Hit batters: 3

Will Dorsey vs USF (Apr 12) Joe Dye vs ETSU (Mar 27) Joe Dye vs ETSU (Mar 27) Tucker Donahue vs Jacksonville (May 27) Kurt Schluter vs Mercer (Mar 19) Will Dorsey at UCF (Mar 29) Lindsey Caughel at Campbell (Mar 11) Will Dorsey vs Belmont (May 20) (9 games ) Lindsey Caughel vs ETSU (Mar 25) Cameron Griffin vs Florida State (May 10) Will Dorsey at Campbell (Mar 12)

Team Batting Game Hights At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples: Home runs: Total bases: Walks: Strikeouts: Sac hits: Sac flies: Stolen bases: Hit by pitch: Caught stealing: Runners LOB: Hit into DP:

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45 17 20 17 7 2 2 29 10 11 11 3 3 3 6 5 5 2 17 4

at Bethune-Cookman (Feb 23) vs Savannah State (Apr 15) vs Savannah State (Apr 15) vs Savannah State (Apr 15) vs USF (Apr 12) (3 games ) (7 games ) vs USF (Apr 12) at USC Upstate (Apr 02) vs Bethune-Cookman (Mar 22) at FGCU (May 06) vs Mercer (Mar 19) vs Kennesaw State (Apr 08) at USC Upstate (Apr 02) vs Savannah State (Apr 17) vs Columbia (Mar 04) at Lipscomb (May 13) at Jacksonville (Apr 22) vs Bethune-Cookman (Apr 26) at Florida State (Mar 23)

Team Fielding Game Hights Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned:

33 18 18 8 1 3

(4 games ) vs Mercer (Mar 20) vs Savannah State (Apr 16) vs Belmont (May 21) (4 games ) (3 games )

Team Pitching Game Hights Innings pitched: Runs allowed: Earned runs: Walks allowed: Strikeouts: Hits allowed: Doubles allowed: Triples allowed: Homers allowed: Wild pitches: Hit batters:

11.0 (4 games ) 15 vs Belmont (May 25 at Nashville, Tenn.) 15 vs Belmont (May 25 at Nashville, Tenn.) 10 vs ETSU (Mar 27) 18 vs Columbia (Mar 04) 16 vs University of Maine (Feb 28) 4 (4 games ) 2 at Bethune-Cookman (Mar 09) 3 vs ETSU (Mar 25) 3 at Lipscomb (May 15) 4 at Campbell (Mar 12) 4 vs South Carolina (Jun 04 )

Win-loss Summary Overall ..................................43-20 Conference.............................23-7 Non-Conference ...............20-13 Home .......................................27-9 Away.........................................13-7 Neutral.......................................3-4 Day ............................................23-7 Night .....................................20-13 vs Left.......................................12-3 vs Right.................................31-17 1-Run games ...........................9-3 2-Run games ...........................7-2 5+Run games .....................16-13 Extra inns ..................................3-2 Shutouts ...................................1-2 Scoring 0-2 runs .....................0-9 Scoring 3-5 runs ...................11-8 Scoring 6-9 runs ...................22-3 Scoring 10+ runs..................10-0 Opponent 0-2 runs .............15-0 Opponent 3-5 runs .............22-4 Opponent 6-9 runs ...............6-8 Opponent 10+ runs ..............0-8 Scored in 1st inning ............20-5 Opp. Scored in 1st ............14-10

Scores first ..............................23-6 Opp. scores first.................20-14 After 6 leading ......................32-1 After 6 trailing .......................5-18 After 6 tied ...............................6-1 After 7 leading ......................34-1 After 7 trailing .......................4-17 After 7 tied ...............................5-2 After 8 leading ......................32-1 After 8 trailing .......................3-18 After 8 tied ...............................7-1 Hit 0 home runs ................24-13 Hit 1 home run .....................16-3 Hit 2+ home runs...................3-4 Opp. 0 home runs.............27-13 Opp. 1 home run..................14-3 Opp. 2+ HRs .............................2-4 Made 0 errors ........................15-3 Made 1 error ..........................14-7 Made 2+ errors ..................14-10 Opp. made 0 errors .............10-8 Opp. made 1 error ...............12-4 Opp. made 2+ errors ..........21-8 Out-hit opponent ................31-1 Out-hit by opponent ..........8-19 Hits are tied..............................4-0

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2011 Stetson Season In Review The 2011 Stetson Hatters went into the season with a goal of returning to the top of the Atlantic Sun Conference. Consider that mission accomplished. The Hatters dominated the race to the regular season league crown, clinching the regular season title with a Friday night win at Lipscomb with another week left to play in the season. Stetson wound up winning the title by four games over second place Jacksonville. Amazingly, winning the regular season title for the first time since 2007 was not as easy as it appeared on the surface. The Hatters went the final four weeks of the regular season, as well as through the post-season, without their No. 1 starter Kurt Schluter. The fact that Schluter was still named the league’s Pitcher of the Year in addition to earning numerous All-America accolades is a testament to how dominant he was. The sophomore posted an 8-0 record in his 10 starts with a 1.40 ERA and 55 strikeouts in 57.2 innings of work. There were plenty of players who stepped in to take up the slack after Schluter was hit by a batted ball. Juniors Will Dorsey (7-6, 4.52) and Lindsey Caughel (6-2, 4.88) had strong seasons on the mound. Even though Caughel also missed time due to injury, he was named second team All-Conference and was a 35th round pick of the Baltimore Orioles after the season. Another junior, Tucker Donahue (3-3, 3.76) stepped into the rotation and pitched well enough to get drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 38th round of the MLB Draft. The Hatters also got plenty of help from the bull pen. Juniors Jake Boyd (9-1, 2.93, six saves) and Robbie Powell (5-3, 3.42, eight saves) anchored the back end of the pen with dominant effectiveness. Sophomore Joe Dye (1-0, 3.95) proved to be a work-horse, appearing in 35 games on the mound. There were also newcomers who stepped in and performed well. Freshman Austin Perez was named to the A-Sun All-Freshman team after posting a 2-3 record with a 4.64 ERA in 21 appearances, including eight starts. Another freshman, Cameron Griffin (1-1, 4.50) appeared in 30 games on the mound. While the Hatters hurlers were getting the job done on the mound, the Stetson hitters were also making a mark. While the Hatters finished fifth in the A-Sun in hitting (.295) and fourth in runs scored (395), they were they only team to produce three first team All-Conference selections. Juniors Nick Rickles, Robert Crews and Mark Jones were all first team picks. Rickles, the Hatters’ catcher, led the team with a .347 average, 20 doubles and 12 home runs while slugging a team-leading .600. In addition to his league honors, Rickles was a second team All-America pick by Baseball America, third team by Collegiate Baseball was a finalist for the Johnny Bench Award. He was drafted in the 14th round of the MLB Draft by the Oakland A’s and started his professional career after the Stetson season ended. Jones and Crews both hit better than .330 on the season while anchoring the middle of the Hatters infield defense. They combined to drive in 76 runs and steal 27 bases during the season. In addition to the veterans up the middle, newcomer Ben Carhart proved himself to be a dangerous middle-of-the-order hitter. Originally signed to be the Stetson closer, he only appeared on the mound in one game due to ankle problems, but he made his mark by leading the team with 63 runs batted in while hitting .323 with seven home runs. Fans had a pretty good idea that they 2011 season would be special when the Hatters opened the year with a three-game home sweep of Georgia. By late March the Hatters had raced out to a 20-4 record that included a 7-1 league mark and a win, on

S U N ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘00 Junior Nick Rickles drove in the winning run against N.C. State in the regional opener and was then a 14th round pick of the Oakland A’s. the road, against No. 4 Florida State. After a three-game slide in late March slowed the momentum, the Hatters got things going again. The team responded with a season-best nine-game win streak that turned into a stretch of winning 16-of-18 through the first week of May. Down the stretch, as the injuries continued to have an effect, the Hatters went 2-6 to close the regular season and then posted a 1-2 mark in the A-Sun Tournament. The reward Stetson received for an outstanding year was a trip back to the NCAA Tournament for the 17th time in school history. The destination was Columbia, SC, where the defending NCAA champion Gamecocks were set to begin defense of their title. The Hatters opened the regional with a thrilling walk-off victory over North Carolina State on a single by Rickles that drove home Sean Emory with the winning run. Stetson faced the then fourth-ranked Gamecocks in the second game, dropping an 11-5 decision to send the Hatters into an elimination game with N.C. State. Stetson jumped on top of the Wolfpack early in the second meeting and then held on for a 5-3 victory to earn another shot at the Gamecocks. The second game with USC started on Sunday afternoon, but had to be carried over to Monday because of bad weather. The Hatters were down 4-1 when play was halted, and closed to within 4-2 going to the ninth inning when the Gamecocks exploded for four runs to put the game, and the season for Stetson, to an end. South Carolina, of course, went on to win its second consecutive College World Series.

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N 2011 Atlantic Sun Conference Recap C Final Standings All-Conference Teams A Team A-Sun Pct. Overall Pct. First Team Second Team 23-7 .767 43-20 .683 Pos. Name A Stetson* School Pos. Name School Jacksonville 19-11 .633 37-24 .607

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Kennesaw State Mercer East Tennessee St. Belmont^ Florida Gulf Coast North Florida USC Upstate Lipscomb Campbell

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* Regular Season Champion ^ Tournament Champion

‘70 ‘82 ‘84

18-11 17-12 16-12 17-13 16-14 13-17 10-18 10-20 3-27

.621 .586 .571 .567 .533 .433 .357 .333 .100

32-25 39-20 36-21 38-26 27-28 27-27 19-36 19-36 17-37

.561 .661 .632 .594 .491 .500 .345 .345 .315

Post-Season Results ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05

A-Sun Championship Nashville, Tennessee

June 4 Jacksonville 5, Manhattan 4 June 5 Miami 6, Jacksonville 3

Wednesday, May 25 #6 Belmont 15, #1 Stetson 3 #2 Jacksonville 2, #5 ETSU 1 #4 Mercer 6, #3 Kennesaw St. 4 Thursday, May 26 #1 Stetson 7, #5 ETSU 2 #4 Mercer 2, #2 Jacksonville 1 Friday, May 27 #6 Belmont 6, #4 Mercer 4 #2 Jacksonville 5, #1 Stetson 3 #4 Mercer 1, #2 Jacksonville 1 Saturday, May 28 #6 Belmont 9, #4 Mercer 7

Nashville Regional June 3 Vanderbilt 10, Belmont 0 June 4 Belmont 3, Oklahoma St. 2 June 5 Belmont 5, Troy 2 Vanderbilt 6, Belmont 1 Columbia Regional June 3 Stetson 8, N.C. State 7 June 4 South Carolina 11, Stetson 5 June 5 Stetson 5, N.C. State 3 South Carolina 8, Stetson 2

Gainesville Regional June 3 Miami 7, Jacksonville 2

‘06 Post-Season Honors ‘07 Baseball America All-America Nick Rickles, C

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‘11 Collegiate Baseball All-America

R E G I O N A L S

Nick Rickles, C Kurt Schluter, P

3rd team 3rd team

College Baseball Insider All-America Nick Rickles, C Kurt Schluter, P

honorable mention honorable mention

Johnny Bench Catcher of the Year Nick Rickles, C

Finalist

A-Sun Conference All-Tournament Mitchel Brennan, OF

Mark Jones, SS

Columbia Regional All-Tournament Mitchel Brennan, OF

Mark Jones, SS

Drafted by Major Leagues Nick Rickles, Jr. Lindsey Caughel, Jr. Tucker Donahue, Jr.

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

Matt Hamann Belmont Brandon Love Mercer Kurt Schluter Stetson Bo Reeder ETSU Nick Rickles Stetson Adam Brett Walker JU Robert Crews Stetson Jacob Tanis Mercer Mark Jones Stetson Dylan Craig Belmont Aaron Dobbs KSU Dan Gulbransen JU Nate Woods Belmont

Player of the Year Adam Brett Walker JU Pitcher of the Year Kurt Schluter Stetson Freshman of the Year Alex Bacon UNF Coach of the Year Pete Dunn Stetson

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

Chase Brookshire Belmont Derek Bushey ETSU Lindsey Caughel Stetson Chris Anderson JU Ronnie Freeman KSU Andy Chriscaden KSU Mike Alvarez FGCU Bo Reeder ETSU Jimmy Howick JU Billy Burns Mercer Thomas Carroll Mercer M.L. Williams Lipscomb Joe Winker Mercer

Freshman Team Pos. Name School OF Alex Bacon UNF OF Derrick Workman Mercer P Chris Anderson JU P Brandon Barker Mercer IF Greg Brody Belmont IF Alex Hernandez UNF 2B/P D.J. Johnson Mercer IF Shane Kennedy UNF P Ricky Knapp FGCU P Tyler Moore UNF P Tony Mollica JU P Austin Perez Stetson IF Taylor Ratliff JU

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Player School Joe Winker Mercer Jimmy Brennaman CU Ronnie Freeman KSU Matthew Scruggs ETSU Sean McClurken KSU Sam Perry UNF Bo Reeder ETSU Nick Rickles Stetson Adam Brett Walker JU Jacob Tanis Mercer Matthew Scruggs ETSU Nick Rickles Stetson Ronnie Freeman KSU Billy Burns Mercer

Pitcher School Lindsey Caughel Stetson Casey Medlen UNF Chase Brookshire Belmont Bo Reeder ETSU Gaither Bumgardner USCU Robbie Powell Stetson Scott DeCecco USCU Chris Anderson JU Matt Hamann Belmont Bryan Blough KSU Matthew Tomshaw JU Derek Bushey ETSU Justince French Mercer Nate Woods Belmont

Academic All-Conference Jake Boyd Mitchel Brennan Robert Bruce Kyle Campbell Ben Carhart Tucker Donahue Will Dorsey

Joe Dye Brian Eggleston Ethan Maskolunas Justin Pickens James Rasmussen Kurt Schluter

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Career Records 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 Mark Jones (2009-present)..................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.

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 Keff Simpson (2008-11) ........................131 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 Nick Rickles (2009-11) ............................. 50

Strike Outs Rusty Beale (2000-03) ...........................164 Tom Riginos (1987-90) ..........................160 Aaron Crittenden (2007-10)................157 Robert Crews (2008-present) .............155 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

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 Mark Jones (2009-present).................... 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

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 Jeff Simpson (2008-11) ........................... 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

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Chuck Beale won a school-record 36 games for the Hatters from 1993-96.

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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

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Saves Tom Hickox (1988-91) ............................. 48 Robbie Elsemiller (2005-08) .................. 37 Andy Wilson (2000-03) ........................... 24 Robbie Powell (1009-present) ............. 16 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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N Career Records Season Records C Highest Batting Avg.^ Games Started Runs Scored Walks Allowed Sammy Serrano (1998) .........................457 Frank Corr (2000) ...................................... 87 Jim Fry (1979-82) ....................................160 Jason Oglesby (1998-01)........................ 61 Frank Corr (2000) ....................................431 Bob Hulsman (1984) ................................ 84 George Tsamis (1986-89) .....................158 Ingoglia (2004-07) ......................... 61 A Chris Kevin Nicholson (1997) ........................415 Kevin Nicholson (1997) .......................... 76 Jason Oglesby (1998-01)......................147 Steve Woide (1984-87)............................ 55 Justin Bass (2008) ...................................404 Rick Malizia (1984).................................... 74 Tom Sutte (1983-86) ..............................138 Tsamis (1986-89) ....................... 55 A George Jeremy Cruz (2008) ................................404 Shane Jordan (2005)................................ 73 Ken Connell (1987-90) ..........................131 Chuck Beale (1993-96) ............................ 54 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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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

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

Jon Pequignot (1984) ............................403 Chris Westervelt (2002).........................403 Jeremy Cruz (2009) ................................399 Jeff Simpson (2010) ...............................398 Brian Snyder (2003)................................396

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

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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 Nick Rickles (2009-11) ........................ 1191 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 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 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 Lindsey Caughel (2009-present) .......135 Matt Brown (1994-97) ...........................134 Charles Aulet (1998-00) ........................123

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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 Robert Crews (1008-present) .............434 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ......................423 Jason Shipley (1997-00) .......................380 Andy Wilson (2000-03) .........................380 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 Robert Crews (2008-present) ............... 49 Mark Jones (2009-present).................... 49 Eddie Corbett (1986-89)......................... 48 Geoff McCallum (1999-00) .................... 46 Craig Corbett (1991-93).......................... 44 Braedyn Pruitt (2004-07) ........................ 40 Chances Bryan Zenchyk (2001-04) .................. 1695 Brooks Stephens (1996-98,00) .............. 1371 Pedro Rodriguez (1989-92) .............. 1361 Nick Rickles (2009-11) ........................ 1345 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

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 Ben Carhart (2011) .................................251 Brian Bocock (2006) ...............................250 Brandon Paritz (2006) ...........................250 Robert Crews (2011) ..............................250

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 Ben Carhart (2011) ................................... 63 Nick Rickles (2011) ................................... 62 Frank Corr (2001) ...................................... 60 Rick Malizia (1985).................................... 60

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Season Records 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

Lowest Earned Run Avg. Kurt Schluter (2011)..............................1.40 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

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

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

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 Trey Blackman (2011) .............................. 13 Emmett Berberich (1997) ...................... 12 John DeStefano (2003) ........................... 11 Brooks Stephens (2000) ......................... 11 Geoff McCallum (2000)........................... 11 Strike Outs Aaron Iatarola (1990)............................... 55 Ron Vara (1984) ......................................... 55 Clint Hendry (1996).................................. 54 Robert Crews (2011) ................................ 54 Tom Riginos (1988) .................................. 51 Rusty Beale (2000) .................................... 50 Brooks Stephens (2000) ......................... 49 Chris Thomas (1991) ................................ 49 Brian Pruitt (2006) .................................... 49 Orlando Leon (1985) ............................... 49 Kevin Johnson (2007).............................. 49 Stolen Bases Mike Wolfe (1975) ..................................... 76 Louie Stawarz (1980) ............................... 52 Rick Malizia (1984).................................... 41 Ned French (1997) .................................... 40 Jeff Pequignot (1982) .............................. 38 Louie Stawarz (1979) ............................... 38 Bob Hulsman (1984) ................................ 37 Kurt Langsenkamp (1977) ..................... 37 John Oakley (1975) .................................. 37 Mike Wolfe (1974) ..................................... 33 Games Played 6 tied at ....................................................... 65 8 tied at ....................................................... 64 20+ Game Hitting Streaks Bryan Zenchyk (2002) ............................. 28 Brian Bocock (2005) ................................. 25 Jeff Simpson (2010) ................................. 24 Brandon Paritz (2005) ............................. 23 Rich Floyd (1987) ...................................... 21 Shane Jordan (2006)................................ 21 Casey Frawley (2009)............................... 21 3 tied at 20

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

Tom Hickox broke an NCAA record with 48 saves from 1988-91. Appearances Tom Hickox (1988).................................... 44 Tom Hickox (1990).................................... 39 Roger Lincoln (2003) ............................... 38 Jake Boyd (2011) ....................................... 38 Robbie Elsemiller (2006) ........................ 37 Mike Lyons (1996) .................................... 37 Tom Hickox (1991).................................... 35 Ian Thompson (2009)......................35 Joe Dye (2011).................................35 Robbie Elsemiller (2005) ........................ 34 Tom Hickox (1989).................................... 33 David Burns (2008) .........................32 Clint Chrysler (1996) ................................ 31 Robbie Powell (2011) .............................. 31 Games Started Eric Knott (1997) ....................................... 21 Chuck Beale (1996) .................................. 19 Eric Knott (1996) ....................................... 18 Jason Oglesby (2000) .............................. 18 Lenny DiNardo (2000) ............................. 18 Jim Waring (1991) ..................................... 17 Brian Sullivan (2002) ................................ 17 George Tsamis (1989) .............................. 17 Buddy Dryden (1988) .............................. 17 Larry Hingle (1992) .................................. 17 Corey Kluber (2007) ................................. 17

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

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

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 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

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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 Nick Rickles (2011) .................................487 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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N Team Season Records C BATTING OVERALL BATTING Games Played Highest Batting Avg. Triples A 65.............................................. 2003 .336 ......................................... 2000 34.............................................. 1977 1996 .328 ......................................... 1998 32.............................................. 1993 A 6564.............................................. .............................................. 1997 .324 ......................................... 2002 30.............................................. 1998 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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64.............................................. 2000 64.............................................. 1990

.324 ......................................... 2001 .321 ......................................... 2005

28.............................................. 1986 28.............................................. 2000

Wins 48.............................................. 2000 46.............................................. 1984 43.............................................. 2001 43.............................................. 2011 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 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

.433 .427 .426 .426 .414

Highest On Base Pct. ......................................... 1981 ......................................... 2000 ......................................... 1982 ......................................... 1984 ......................................... 1987

Most At Bats 2249......................................... 2005 2228......................................... 2000 2206......................................... 2007 2192......................................... 2011 2174......................................... 1997 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 7.52 .......................................... 2011 7.46 ......................................... 2001 7.29 ......................................... 1993 Saves 20.............................................. 2002 18.............................................. 1996 17.............................................. 2007 16.............................................. 1988 15....................................four times 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 567.0........................................ 2011 556.1........................................ 2007 554.0........................................ 2006 547.0........................................ 2005 543.1........................................ 1997 Hits Allowed 682 ........................................... 2010 669 ........................................... 1998 665 ........................................... 2007 651 ........................................... 1997 638 ........................................... 2005 634 ........................................... 2009 628 ........................................... 2000

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 474 ........................................... 2011 423 ........................................... 1996 422 ........................................... 2002 422 ........................................... 2000 422 ........................................... 2007 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 & 2011 Putouts 1701......................................... 2011 1699......................................... 2007 1662......................................... 2006 1641......................................... 2005 1630......................................... 1997 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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Single Game Records Individual Batting Runs Scored:

5

Hits: Doubles:

6 3

Triples: Home Runs:

3 3 3 3 8

Runs Batted In: 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) 14 times last by Nick Rickles vs. Bethune-Cookman (3/22/11) 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 Pitching Innings: Most Hits: Most Runs: Earned Runs: Walks: Strikeouts: Wild Pitches: Hit By Pitch: No-Hit Games:

12.0 15 14 11 11 11 19 5 4 1

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 single-game record by hitting three doubles against North Florida on April 19, 2008.

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)

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Team 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)

‘07 ‘11 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 Pitching Innings: Most Hits: Most Runs: Earned Runs: Walks: Strikeouts: Wild Pitches: Hit By Pitch:

18.0 30 34 22 15 19 6 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: Largest Margin of Defeat:

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Clint Chrysler pitched 11.0 innings against Florida International on May 15, 1997, just one inning shy of the school record.

28-0 vs. Sanford Naval Air Station (1953) 34-4 vs. Troy State (5/8/99)

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N NCAA Regional Play C 1970 - Atlantic Regional (College Division) All-Tournament: Brian Snyder, Brian Sullivan, Record vs Teams Little Creek, VA Frank Corr A 1970 vs. Ithaca Team W-L Pct. ................................... L, 4-2 2002 - Tallahassee Regional Alabama ...............................0-1 .................000 1970 vs. Florida Southern ............. L, 5-4 Tallahassee, FL (Florida State) A Auburn .................................2-0 ............. 1.000 1982 - Atlantic Regional ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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5/29/82 5/29/82 5/30/82 5/30/82

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

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

5/31/02 at Florida State .....................L, 11-8 6/01/02 vs. South Florida ............... L, 14-13 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, 7-2 5/31/03 vs. East Carolina ....................W, 9-4 6/01/03 vs. South Carolina ................. L, 9-3 All-Tournament: Rusty Beale, John DeStefano, Andy Wilson ^ - no. 3 national seed

2005 - Gainesville Regional Gaineville, FL (Florida) 6/4/05 at Florida^................................ L, 8-3 6/4/05 vs. Notre Dame....................... L, 7-4 All-Tournament: Brian Bocock, John DeStefano ^ - no. 7 national seed 2006 - Atlanta Regional Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech) 6/3/05 at Georgia Tech^ ................... L, 7-5 6/4/05 vs. Michigan% ......................L, 11-1 All-Tournament: Chris Johnson ^ - no. 4 national seed; % - no. 23 national seed 2007 - Tallahassee Regional Tallahassee, FL (Florida State) 6/1/07 vs. Mississippi State .............. L, 6-3 6/2/07 vs. Bethune-Cookman ..... W, 12-0 6/3/07 vs. Florida State^ .................L, 17-1 All-Tournament: Shane Jordan, Braedyn Pruitt ^ - no. 6 national seed 2011 - Columbia Regional Columbia, SC (South Carolina) 6/3/11 vs. N.C. State ...........................W, 8-7 6/4/11 at South Carolina^ ..............L, 11-5 6/5/11 vs. N.C. State ...........................W, 5-3 6/5/11 at South Carolina^ ................ L, 8-2 All-Tournament: Mark Jones, Mitchel Brennan ^ - no. 4 national seed

1997 - Midwest Regional Stillwater, OK (Oklahoma State) 5/22/97 at Oklahoma State ................ L, 8-1 5/23/97 vs. Harvard ............................... L, 8-6 2000 - Atlanta Regional Atlanta, GA (Georgia Tech) 5/26/00 vs. Auburn ...............................W, 9-5 5/27/00 at Georgia Tech ....................L, 24-1 5/27/00 vs. Auburn ..........................W, 13-10 5/28/00 at Georgia Tech ................. L, 16-11 All-Tournament: Frank Corr, Lenny DiNardo, Josh Laws 2001 - Coral Gables Regional Coral Gables, FL (Miami) 5/25/01 vs. Florida ...............................L, 10-9 5/26/01 vs. Bucknell .............................W, 7-0 5/26/01 vs. Florida ................................W, 6-3 5/27/01 at Miami ..................................L, 16-8

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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 ........3-1 .................750 Notre Dame ........................1-1 .................500 Oklahoma State ................0-1 .................000 Rider ......................................1-0 ............. 1.000 South Alabama..................1-1 .................500 South Carolina ...................0-4 .................000 South Florida......................1-1 .................500 Stanford ...............................0-1 .................000 Virginia .................................0-1 .................000 Totals ......................... 18-34 ......... .346 Div I Totals ................. 18-32 ........ ..360

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, three times 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)

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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Hatters in Professional Baseball

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

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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

‘00 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

Roger Lincoln, 2003 Cleveland Indians

Kevin Nicholson, 1997 San Diego Padres

Wade Rowdon, 1981 Chicago White Sox

Sammy Serrano, 1998 San Francisco Giants

Brian Snyder, 2003 Oakland A’s

Bill Swaggerty, 1979 Baltimore Orioles

George Tsamis, 1989 Minnesota Twins

Wes Weger, 1992 Milwaukee Brewers

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Jeff Smith, 1995 Minnesota Twins

Andy Wilson, 2003 New York Mets

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N Hatters in Professional Baseball C .............................................. Team Year Ted Loehr .........................Chicago (AL) Highest Draft Picks Player Lee Bagley ......................Independent 2002 Mike Lyons ................... New York (NL) A 1. Brian Snyder ........26th pick Jeff Barefoot .......... Harlingeon (Ind.) 1976 Rick Malizia ...........................Baltimore *Justin Bass ................................ Florida 2008 Geoff McCallum ....................... Seattle A 1st round, Oakland, 2003 Chuck Beale ...............................Boston 1996 Dave Miller ............................Baltimore ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89

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

‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 3. Sammy Serrano ...68th pick ‘01 2nd round, San Francisco, 1998 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 4. Lenny DiNardo .102nd pick 3rd round, New York Mets, 2001

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Rusty Beale ..........................Cincinnati *Brian Bocock ................San Francisco Doug Bolton .......... Mason City (Ind.) Dave Braden ................................. Texas Tibor Brown ................. New York (AL) Willard Brown.......................California Jeff Brueggerman .............Minnesota Darin Bruehl ...........................Houston Mike Burgermeister ...San Francisco Jeff Christy .............................. Oakland Clint Chrysler ............................. Seattle Ian Church ................................St. Louis Frank Corr ..................... New York (NL) *Jeremy Cruz .........................Anaheim Jacob deGrom ............ New York (NL) Fred DeLamata ....................Baltimore *Lenny DiNardo ........... New York (NL) Ryan Dixon ...............................St. Louis *Robbie Donovan .................Houston Chris Dunham ..................... Cleveland Pete Dunn ......................... Kansas City Ashby Fraser ..........................Montreal *Casey Frawley ................... Cleveland Ned French ............... Winnipeg (Ind.) Aaron Gallo ..........Minneapolis (Ind.) Javier Gomez............................Arizona Scott Gray ................................Houston Tom Hickox ........................ Milwaukee Larry Hingle ..........................California Jeff House ........................... Milwaukee Jim Howard.................. New York (NL) Aaron Iatarola ......................California Chris Ingoglia ............................ Florida *Chris Johnson ........................Houston Shane Jordan ...............San Francisco *Corey Kluber ....................... San Diego Bob Klusacek .......................San Diego Eric Knott ...................................Arizona Roger Lincoln ...................... Cleveland

2003 2006 1994 1973 1992 1993 1977 1988 1982 2001 1997 2003 2001 2009 2010 1986 2001 2005 2009 1987 1970 1970 2009 1999 1994 1995 1985 1991 1992 1999 1975 1993 2007 2006 2007 2007 1982 1997 2003

Robby Morgan .......... Lafayette (Ind.) Nathan Nery .........................Baltimore Kevin Nicholson # ............... San Diego Jay Nieporte ........................San Diego Ron Pearce .............................Montreal Jeff Pequignot................... Milwaukee Jon Pequignot ................ Los Angeles Mike Pinckes ........................ Cleveland Braedyn Pruitt ............. New York (AL) Brian Pruitt .......................Washington *Nick Pugliese .......................Anaheim Pete Rasmusen .............Independent *Nick Rickles ........................... Oakland Craig Risdon ..............................Atlanta Vince Riva ........................Chicago (AL) Wade Rowdon .................Chicago (AL) Chris Sawyer ....... Thunder Bay (Ind.) Sammy Serrano ...........San Francisco Jeff Smith.............................Minnesota Brian Snyder # ........................ Oakland Bill Swaggerty ....................... Baltimore Roy Tanner ........................ Kansas City Rebel Taylor ................. New York (AL) Chris Thomas..................... Milwaukee George Tsamis ...................Minnesota Mike Ullian ..............................Houston Ross Urshan ............Lethbridge (Ind.) Jim Waring ..............................Houston Kevin Wasilewski ...................Houston Wes Weger ......................... Milwaukee Chris Westervelt ............. Los Angeles Mike Wiley ..............................Colorado Dan Williams...................Chicago (AL) Andy Wilson................. New York (NL) Steve Woide ............................. Toronto Jesse Wright............................ Oakland Ernie Yaroshuk ............ New York (AL) * active; # - first round draft pick; Italics - reached majors

1974 1996 1985 2000 1981 1998 2006 1997 1985 1978 1983 1984 1990 2007 2008 2008 2003 2011 1991 1983 1981 1995 1998 1995 2003 1979 1972 1979 1992 1989 1984 1992 1991 1986 1992 2004 2003 1979 2003 1987 1976 1992

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

Chris Johnson became a regular for the Houston Astros in 2010, and played in 107 games in 2011. He has 18 home runs and 95 RBI in 741 career at bats entering 2012.

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Freshman All-Americans

Mike Fulford .............. Third Baseman

Tom Hickox ..............................Pitcher

1970.............NCAA ........................................1st Team

1988................................................................2nd Team

Tony Latour .................First Baseman

James Hufstetler .....................Pitcher

1970.............NCAA ........................................1st Team

1992.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM

Mike Wolfe ......................... Outfielder

Kevin Nicholson ................Shortstop

1975.............NCAA .......................................3rd Team

1995.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM

Tom Hickox ..............................Pitcher

Ned French ........................ Outfielder

1989.............Baseball America .................3rd Team

1996.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM

Kevin Nicholson .................Shortstop

Sammy Serrano......................Catcher

1997.............Baseball America, NCBWA ..2nd Team

1996.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Sammy Serrano......................Catcher

Frank Corr ................................. Utility

1998.............Baseball America, ................1st Team 1998.............Baseball Weekly ....................1st Team 1998.............Collegiate Baseball, NCBWA..1st Team

Lenny DiNardo ........................Pitcher

Lenny DiNardo .......................Pitcher

1998.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team 1999.............Baseball America ..................1st Team 1999.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM

Tony Latour 1970 NCAA All-American

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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

Vinnie Rinaldi ..............Outfielder/DH

Frank Corr .......................... Outfielder

Brian Snyder.............. Third Baseman

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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

2001.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team 2001.............Baseball America ................2nd Team

‘00

Chris Westervelt .....................Catcher

2004.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

2002.............Collegiate Baseball ............2nd Team 2002.............Baseball America .................3rd Team 2004.............Collegiate Baseball .............3rd Team 2004.............College Baseball Insider ............... HM

Brian Snyder.............. Third Baseman 2003.............Baseball America ..................1st Team 2003.............Collegiate Baseball .............3rd Team 2003.............College Baseball Insider ............... HM

1999.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM 2000.............Collegiate Baseball ........................ HM 2001.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Bryan Zenchyk ...........First Baseman 2001.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team 2001.............Baseball America ................2nd Team

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Chris Ingoglia ..........................Pitcher

‘06

Shane Jordan .................... Outfielder

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2004.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Chris Johnson..............First Baseman 2005.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team 2005.............Baseball America ............................ HM

Mike Fulford 1970 NCAA All-American

David Golliner ........................Catcher 2005.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Casey Frawley ....................Shortstop

2006.............Collegiate Baseball .............3rd Team 2006.............College Baseball Foundation ..... HM

2007.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Robert Crews ............. Third Baseman

Corey Kluber ...........................Pitcher

2008.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

2007.............Collegiate Baseball ............2nd Team

Nick Rickles ............................Catcher

Jeremy Cruz ....................... Outfielder

2009.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

2009.............Collegiate Baseball ............2nd Team 2009.............ABCA/Rawlings ...................2nd Team

Mark Jones .............Second Baseman 2009.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

Nick Rickles ............................Catcher

Ryan Lashley ......................Shortstop

2011.............Baseball America ................2nd Team 2011.............Collegiate Baseball .............3rd Team 2011.............College Baseball Insider ............... HM

2010.............Collegiate Baseball ..............1st Team

2011.............Collegiate Baseball .............3rd Team 2011.............College Baseball Insider ............... HM

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Jack Collins ..............................Pitcher

Chris Johnson..............First Baseman

Kurt Schluter ...........................Pitcher

‘88

Andy Wilson ................Pitcher/Utility

Bryan Zenchyk 2001 Freshman All-American

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N Award Winners C All-Region Academic All-America Wes Weger ................................Infi elder Westervelt ........................ Catcher A 1992..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Chris 2002..... CoSIDA..................................1st Team Iatarola .......................Outfielder 2004..... CoSIDA..................................1st Team A Aaron 1993..... ABCA .....................................1st Team ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05

Jeff House ................................... Pitcher 1997..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Kevin Nicholson .................... Shortstop 1997..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Sammy Serrano......................... Catcher 1998..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Lenny DiNardo ........................... Pitcher 2000..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Frank Corr ..............................Outfielder 2000..... ABCA .....................................1st Team 2001..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Jeff Christy ............................Outfielder 2001..... ABCA .....................................1st Team Andy Wilson .............. Second Baseman 2001..... ABCA .....................................1st Team 2002..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Chris Westervelt ........................ Catcher 2002..... ABCA .....................................1st Team 2004..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Roger Lincoln ............................. Pitcher 2002..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Bryan Zenchyk ............... First Baseman 2002..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Brian Snyder..................Third Baseman 2003..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Ryan Heacox ............................... Pitcher 2004..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Corey Kluber .............................. Pitcher 2007..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Justin Bass .............................Outfielder 2008..... ABCA ...................................2nd Team Jeremy Cruz ...........................Outfielder 2009..... ABCA .....................................1st Team

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Academic All-District

Chris Westervelt ........................ Catcher 2002..... CoSIDA..................................1st Team 2003..... CoSIDA..................................1st Team 2004..... CoSIDA..................................1st Team

Wes Weger 1992 All-Atlantic Region

A-Sun Player of the Year 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 )

2009 A-Sun Player of the Year Jeremy Cruz

District All-Stars Wayne Perry ........................................... 1969..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Tony Latour ............................................ 1969..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team 1970..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Pete Dunn .................................. Catcher 1970..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Jorge Rodriquez..................................... 1971..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team John Fischetti ......................................... 1971..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team 1972..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Lorenzo Moll .......................................... 1971..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Larry Jones ............................................. 1972..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Jim Orr .................................................... 1972..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Mike Fulford ........................................... 1972..... NCAA District 3 ..................1st Team Mike Wolfe .............................................. 1975..... NCAA Atlantic Coast ........1st Team 1975..... All-South Independent...1st Team Stan Lewis .............................................. 1977..... NCAA South Region ........1st Team 1977..... All-South Independent...1st Team Lou Bazzano ........................................... 1978...... All-South Independent ... 2nd Team Kirk Eicholtz ........................................... 1979..... All-South Independent............. HM 1980..... All-South Independent...1st Team 1981..... All-South Independent...1st Team Wade Rowdon ........................................ 1980..... All-South Independent............. HM Brad Cloud.............................................. 1981..... All-South Independent...1st Team

A-Sun Pitcher of the Year 1989 .......................................... George Tsamis 1994 .............................................. Chuck Beale 2007...............................................Corey Kluber 2011.............................................. Kurt Schluter

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 2011....................................................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)

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Award Winners 1st Team All-Conference 1990...........................................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 ) 2011....................................... Kurt Schluter (p) .....................................................Nick Rickles (c) ....................................................Mark Jones (ss) .............................................. Robert Crews (2b)

2nd Team All-Conference 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) 2011.................................Lindsey Caughel (p)

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

All-Freshman 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 (ss) 2011.........................................Austin Perez (p)

All-Tournament 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) 2011..........................................Mark Jones (ss) .........................................Mitchel Brennan (of ) *Tournament MVP

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N Award Winners C Most Valuable Outstanding A Player Offensive Player 1969......................... Wayne Perry 1969.......................... Tony Latour .......................... Tony Latour 1970.......................... Tony Latour A 1970 1971........................Lorenzo Moll 1971........................Lorenzo Moll ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07

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 2011.......................... Nick Rickles

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 2011................................. Nick Rickles

Outstanding Pitcher

Lou Bazzano Outstanding Effort

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 2011........................Kurt Schluter

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 2011.........................Jeff Simpson

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Student-Athlete Award

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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................. Richard Hopkins

The Student-Athlete Award is presented annually to the player who achieves success both on the field and in the classroom. 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 2011..............................Jake Boyd Jake Boyd

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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 2011..................Jeannette Spina

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Year-By-Year Results 1901

Record: 2-2

Coach: Opponent DeLand DeLand DeLand DeLand

Seton Fleming Result L 4-6 W 9-6 L 6-11 W 15-7

1902

Record: 4-0

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

1903

Record: 5-1

Coach: Edward Oates Opponent Result East Florida Seminary W 1-0 Ormond Hotel L 5-7 at East Fla. Seminary W 12-1 Ocala All-Stars W 12-0 Ocala All-Stars W 12-1 at DeLand W 10-8

1904

Record: 3-4

Coach: Frank Sears Opponent Result at Fla. State College L 2-3 Florida L 1-4 Florida State College W 3-2 Florida L 2-1 DeLand W 8-7 DeLand L 2-8 DeLand W 9-2

1905

Record: 16-4

Coach: Frank Sears Opponent Result Ormond Hotel L 2-6 Ormond Hotel L 2-13 at S. Florida Military L 2-13 at S. Florida Military W 1-0 East Florida Seminary W 13-1 East Florida Seminary W 10-7 Ormond Hotel L 3-6 Ormond Hotel W 8-3 South Florida Military W 7-0 South Florida Military W 10-0 at Florida W 2-0 at Florida L 1-2 at East Fla .Seminary W 6-2 at East Fla. Seminary W 6-1 Rollins W 8-3 Rollins W 9-0 Florida W 3-1 Florida W 8-0 Rollins W 3-2 Rollins W 15-2

1906

Record: 14-6

Coach: Litchfield Cotton Opponent Result Ormond Hotel L 2-10 Ormond Hotel L 2-10 Ky. Military Institute W 7-3 Ky. Military Institute W 4-3 Ky. Military Institute L 6-7

Ky. Military Institute at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Bradenton at Bradenton Jacksonville Tars Jacksonville Tars at Florida at Florida Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Florida Ocoee Ormond Hotel

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

12-8 8-2 4-5 0-2 4-6 0-10 0-15 9-2 3-2 26-0 15-0 10-1 11-1 18-1 1-0

Record: 12-4

Coach: J.B. “Spec” Campbell Opponent Result Ormond Hotel L 2-9 Ormond Hotel L 7-10 Ky. Military Institute L 1-2 Ky. Military Institute W 2-0 at Ky. Military Institute L 3-4 at Ky. Military Institute W 4-2 Gainesville Oaks W 6-5 Gainesville Oaks W 6-3 Ky. Military Institute L 1-2 Ky. Military Institute W 6-2 Florida W 7-3 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 at Seabreeze L 5-16 at Seabreeze L 3-8 Ky. Military Institute W 17-7 Ky. Military Institute 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 Ky. Military Institute W 6-3

1909

Record: 6-3

Coach: Wilbur Tilden Opponent Result at Daytona L 8-9 at Orlando W 12-4 at Ormond Hotel W 9-2 at Ormond Hotel W 5-3 Ky. Military Institute W 9-3 Ky. Military Institute W 3-0 Ky. Military Institute W 4-1 at Ormond Hotel L 3-8 at Ormond Hotel L 2-11

1910

Record: 8-8-1

Coach: Edgar Garner Opponent Result at Ormond Hotel L 3-12 at Ormond Hotel W 6-3 Ky. Military Institute W 6-3 Ky. Military Institute W 3-1 at Florida Southern W 2-0 at Florida Southern W 6-4 Florida W 8-3 Florida W 9-4 at Ormond Hotel L 2-3 at Ky. Military Institute 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 Florida Southern L 1-6 Florida Southern L 2-7

1911

Record: 2-8

Coach: Edgar Garner Opponent Result Ky. Military Institute W 6-1 Ky. Military Institute L 1-2 Rollins L 3-15 Rollins L 1-3 at Ky. Military Institute L 0-1 at Ormond Hotel L 2-4 Florida Southern W 9-6 Florida Southern L 7-9 at Rollins L 2-5 at Rollins L 1-4

1912

Record: 9-8

Coach: Arthur Petty Opponent Result Florida Southern W 7-5 Florida Southern W 4-2 at Ky. Military Institute W 9-4 at Ky. Military Institute W 4-2 at Ky. Military Institute 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 Ky. Military Institute W 12-3 Keewatin (Wisc.) W 5-1 Ky. Military Institute W 7-2 Florida Southern W 3-0 Florida Southern W 3-2 Ormond Hotel W 4-3 at Ky. Military Institute W 6-2 Rollins L 3-11 Rollins L 3-4 at Florida W 3-1 at Florida W 7-2

at Florida Southern W at Florida Southern L at Rollins W at Rollins W Florida W at Ky. Military Institute W

1914

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

Record: 12-6-1

Coach: J.H. Swink Opponent Result Ky. Military Institute W 14-2 Ky. Military Institute 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 Ky. Military Institute 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: 14-5

Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Opponent Result Brooklyn Superbas L 6-9 Ky. Military Institute W 7-3 Ky. Military Institute W 10-1 Ky. Military Institute W 8-4 Ky. Military Institute 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.) W16-12

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Record: 6-7-2

Coach: William Lourcey Opponent Result Ky. Military Institute T 3-3 Ky. Military Institute T 4-4 Ky. Military Institute W 7-5 Ky. Military Institute 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

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N Year-By-Year Results C 1917 W N/A Record: 7-5 Rollins L N/A Coach: William “Dutch” Hollander Rollins A Opponent L 5-10 Result Florida L 1-6 Military Institute W 5-0 Florida W N/A A Ky. Ky. Military Institute W 7-2 at Rollins ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88

at Ormond Hotel W Keewatin (Wisc.) W Keewatin (Wisc.) W at Jacksonville All-Stars W at Jacksonville All-Stars W at Georgia Tech L at Georgia Tech L at Gordon Mil. College L at Gordon Mil. College L at Gordon Mil. College L

1918

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‘01 ‘02 ‘03

No Team (WW1) Record: 4-4

Coach: Henry St. Cyr Opponent Result 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

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

Record: 3-5

H.T. “Pug” Allen Thomas F. Chalker Opponent Result 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 Coaches:

at Rollins at Florida at Florida

1923

W N/A W 2-0 L 1-12

Record: 6-6

Coach: Edwin Whitnel Opponent Result 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 Coach: Opponent at Florida at Florida Samford Samford Duke Florida Florida

1925 Coach: Opponent Florida Florida

Record: 2-5

Edwin Whitnel Result L 2-4 L 0-4 W 1-0 L 4-5 L 1-5 W 7-3 L 0-3

Record: 0-2

Edwin Whitnel Result L 1-5 L 0-12

1939

Record: 3-12

1940

Record: 0-2

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result at Raiford Prison L 4-5 Tampa L 2-4

1941 No Team (WW II) 1947 Record: 4-9

Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result 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

1926-36 Program dormant ‘05 1921 Record: 7-7 Record: 2-2 1948 Coaches: H.T. “Pug” Allen 1937 Bert Higginbotham Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Coach: ‘06

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Opponent at Ormond Hotel at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Carlstrom Field at Carlstrom Field at Rollins at Rollins at Daytona (FSL) Daytona (FSL) at Daytona (FSL) Rollins Rollins at St. Augustine (FSL) at St. Augustine (FSL)

1921

Result W 4-0 W 6-3 W 4-3 W 9-2 W 14-8 L 2-18 L 0-3 L 5-6 W 3-2 W 7-5 W N/A W N/A L 0-12 L 2-3

Record: 4-9

H.T. “Pug” Allen Bert Higginbotham Opponent Result 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 Coaches:

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Opponent at Raiford Prison Rollins Rollins at Raiford Prison

1938

Result W 5-4 L 2-5 L 5-12 W 6-2

Record: 4-6

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 W14-10 at Rollins L 3-4 at Rollins L 2-5

Record: 6-15

Ben Clemons Opponent Result Georgia Southern L 4-8 Georgia Southern L 7-17 DeLand Red Hats L 1-16 Wofford L 8-5 Wofford L 3-7 at Tampa W 12-6 at Georgia Southern L N/A at Georgia Southern 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

1949

Record: 12-15

1950

Record: 8-13

1951

Record: 12-9

Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result at Troy 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. W22-12 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 Coach: Ben Clemons Opponent Result #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 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result at Raiford Prison W 16-2 Georgia Tech L 7-18 Florida Southern W13-11 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

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1952

W W L L W L L W L L

5-4 13-8 6-7 9-24 9-5 3-4 2-8 7-5 1-3 4-8

Record: 16-8

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result at Sanford Navy W 11-5 Sanford Navy W 17-4 at Jacksonville Navy L 8-11 at Raiford Prison W 5-2 Georgia Southern W 16-4 Georgia Southern 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

1953

Record: 11-15

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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

1954

Record: 14-13-1

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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) W15-10 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

1955

Record: 8-10

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 W11-10 Centre College W18-11 Miami (FL) W 20-8 at Miami (FL) L 6-10 at Florida Southern W 10-0 Rollins L 2-15 Rollins L 1-5 Florida State L 4-6 Florida State L 5-14

1956

Record: 7-12

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Georgia Southern 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 Florida Southern at Rollins at Rollins at Florida Southern at Tampa

1957

L 2-23 W14-13 L 3-4 L 3-5 W 4-3 W 6-4

Record: 7-17

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 Southern L N/A at Georgia Southern L N/A at Rollins L N/A at Rollins L 11-12 at Tampa L N/A Georgia Southern W 2-0 Florida Southern L 2-6 at Miami (FL) W 11-6 at Miami (FL) L 7-9

1958

Record: 12-11

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Miami (FL) W 7-5 Georgia Tech W 5-3 Georgia Tech L 4-14 Jacksonville W 13-0 at Georgia Southern W 11-1 at Georgia Southern 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 Southern W 11-1 Georgia Southern W 4-3 Florida State L 1-9 Florida State L 2-4 at Florida Southern W 6-0 at Miami (FL) L 0-3 at Miami (FL) W 9-1 Tampa L 0-4 at Tampa W 3-0

1959

Record: 7-17

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result Camp LeJune L 2-3 Florida Southern W 5-2 at Florida State L 0-17 at Florida State L 12-21 at Georgia Southern W N/A at Georgia Southern W N/A

at Mercer at Mercer Valdosta State Valdosta State at Florida Southern at Florida Southern at Rollins Tampa at Rollins Florida Southern Rollins Tampa Tampa Rollins at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) Georgia Southern Georgia Southern

1960

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

N/A N/A 7-6 11-4 10-3 2-4 4-6 N/A 0-4 0-1 2-4 6-8 0-3 1-15 3-10 0-1 4-17 2-8

Record: 6-14

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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

1961

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Record: 12-9-1

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 Florida Southern L 10-11 Rollins W 4-3 Jacksonville L 1-8 at Rollins L 2-5 at Florida Southern W 10-2 at Miami (FL) L 2-3 at Miami (FL) L 1-4

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N Year-By-Year Results C 1962 Record: 6-17-1 Rollins L 2-8 L 1-7 Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson at Rollins A Opponent W 8-6 Result Tampa W 8-7 T 4-4 at Tampa L 1-7 A Jacksonville at Florida Southern L 5-6 at Tampa ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96

at Tampa at Tampa at Tampa Amherst Amherst Mercer Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) at Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Jacksonville The Citadel Florida Southern Florida Southern Florida Southern at Rollins at Rollins at Rollins Valdosta State Pfeiffer Pfeiffer

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L 2-5 L 2-20 L 2-7 W 9-5 L 3-5 W 6-1 L 7-14 L 8-12 L 2-7 L 15-17 L 2-4 L 1-7 L 6-15 L 6-7 W 2-1 L 0-5 L 1-2 W 8-3 L 1-19 W 12-7 W 3-2 L 1-7

Record: 5-20

Coach: Carl H. “Doc” Johnson Opponent Result 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 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 W14-10

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Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Jacksonville

1965

L L L W L L

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

Record: 11-19

Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result at Eckerd College 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 Eckerd College 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

1966

Record: 8-19-1

Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Eckerd College W 2-1 Eckerd College 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 Tampa at Tampa at Tampa Jacksonville Mercer Mercer

L L W L W T W

1-16 6-7 6-4 5-6 3-1 1-1 2-1

1967

Record: 8-19

1968

Record: 7-20

Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result St. Leo W 2-1 at St. Leo L 1-8 Connecticut L 0-11 Connecticut L 1-15 U.S. Coast Guard Academy 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 Eckerd College 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 Coach: Bob Weickel Opponent Result Pennsylvania W 3-1 Lipscomb L 3-8 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 Eckerd College W 7-1 at Florida Southern L 1-2 Florida Southern W 6-2 Florida Southern L 0-14 U.S. Coast Guard Academy L 5-10 Tampa W14-12 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

1969

Record: 26-13

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result 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 Lipscomb W 12-3 Lipscomb W 5-2 Toledo W 5-2 Toledo W 6-3 Toledo W 6-2 Amherst W 9-6 Amherst W 6-2 Harvard L 3-7 Harvard W 3-2 Belmont Abbey W 6-3 U.S. Coast Guard Academy W 3-0 Rollins W 12-4 at Rollins L 1-2 at Rollins L 0-2 Florida Southern L 1-5 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Florida Southern L 2-3 at Tampa L 4-5 at South Florida L 9-10 Eckerd College W 10-0 Miami (FL) L 9-14 Miami (FL) W 6-5 at Jacksonville L 1-3 at Mercer W 5-0 at Mercer W 4-2 at Georgia Tech W 5-4 at Georgia Tech W 6-2 at Eckerd College W 5-3 Jacksonville W 5-4

NCAA Atlantic Regional 1970 Record: 34-14 Coach: Opponent Florida at Florida Furman Furman Furman Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Louisville Louisville at South Florida Lipscomb Lipscomb Yale Yale Yale Taylor at Florida State William & Mary William & Mary Taylor Glassboro State Amherst Amherst

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Jim Ward Result L 0-3 W 7-4 W 3-2 W 4-3 W 3-2 W 6-5 W 10-4 W 20-5 W 4-0 L 4-11 L 7-9 W 8-1 W 9-3 W 7-1 W 6-1 W 4-3 L 0-1 W 5-4 W 6-2 W 4-2 W 1-0 W 7-0 L 0-1


Year-By-Year Results Hillsdale W 10-1 Hillsdale W 12-2 Cornell W 14-0 at Jacksonville W 10-7 Eckerd College 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 Eckerd College 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

1971

Record: 25-16

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result 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 Lipscomb W 9-8 Pennsylvania L 1-3 Pennsylvania W 2-0 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 St. Thomas 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 Eckerd College 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 Eckerd College 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

1972

Record: 28-17

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result 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 Lipscomb L 0-1 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 at South Carolina L 6-8 at South Carolina L 3-4 at Georgia Southern W 7-0 at Jacksonville W 5-4 at Florida Southern L 1-4 Florida Southern L 4-5 at South Florida W 5-1 at St. Leo L 0-1 at Rollins L 2-3 Rollins L 5-6 Rollins L 1-6 Jacksonville L 5-6 South Florida W 3-2 at St. Thomas W 6-1 at Miami (FL) L 1-2 at Miami (FL) L 0-7 at Jacksonville W 15-7

1973

Record: 24-22

Coach: Opponent Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern St. Leo Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Miami (FL) Columbia Lipscomb Lipscomb Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Ohio State Ohio State South Carolina Glassboro State Glassboro State Georgia Ohio University Delaware Delaware

Jim Ward Result L 1-8 L 1-5 L 0-4 L 2-3 L 0-7 L 0-4 W 4-2 W 7-5 W 16-5 L 0-1 W 5-4 L 16-17 L 0-2 W 2-1 L 4-6 W 5-3 W 7-6 W 4-3 W 3-2 L 3-6 W 5-4

Miami (OH) Amherst Amherst Amherst at Georgia Southern at Georgia Southern at Georgia at Furman at Furman at South Carolina at Georgia Tech at Georgia Tech Rollins Rollins Florida at Florida at South Florida South Florida at Florida Southern at Rollins Jacksonville Jacksonville at Jacksonville at Florida State at Florida State

1974

L 2-4 W 7-1 W 3-1 L 1-3 L 1-5 L 3-8 W 6-4 W14-11 W 8-6 W 4-1 L 3-12 L 2-4 L 8-9 W 5-4 W 6-5 W 6-2 W 3-2 W 8-1 W 3-1 L 0-3 L 4-5 L 2-8 L 1-2 W 7-6 W 5-4

Record: 30-13

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result 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 W 8-3 Tennessee W 7-1 Tennessee W 3-2 Kentucky W 7-6 Delaware W 8-0 Miami (OH) W 8-1 Kentucky W 10-2 Delaware L 3-4 Glassboro State W 1-0 Glassboro State L 4-10 Amherst W 5-1 Amherst L 4-5 Amherst W 5-3 South Florida W 7-4 South Florida W12-10 Jacksonville W 5-2 at The Citadel W 5-0 at UNC Wilimington W 6-2 at UNC Wilimington W 6-0 at South Carolina L 4-7 at South Carolina L 1-2 at Furman W 6-3 at Furman L 3-4 at Georgia Tech W 7-3 at Georgia Tech L 5-18 Florida Southern W 4-3 at Florida Southern L 1-5 at Rollins W 9-6 Georgia Southern W 6-2 Georgia Southern L 3-7 Florida W 9-0 at Florida L 0-10 at Rollins W 10-5 at Miami (FL) W 9-7 at Miami (FL) L 3-4

1975

Record: 28-19

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result at Florida W 3-1 Florida W 5-4 at Tampa L 6-8 Tampa W 5-0 UCF 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 South Alabama W 2-1 at UCF W 15-9 Jacksonville W 5-2 Rollins L 7-8 at Rollins L 1-4

1976

Record: 23-15

Coach: Opponent UL Lafayette Furman Furman Duke Duke Yale Yale Wabash Clemson at South Alabama at South Alabama at West Florida at West Florida at Florida State at Florida State Williams Air Force Air Force Florida State

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Jim Ward Result W 9-4 L 4-7 L 2-4 W 11-3 W 4-0 W 11-1 W 16-1 W 6-0 W 3-1 L 3-11 L 8-10 W 1-0 W 1-0 L 4-10 L 0-12 W 11-0 W 8-1 W 5-4 W11-10

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N Year-By-Year Results C Florida State W 9-5 1978 Record: 33-17 South Florida L 0-7 Coach: Jim Ward A Cornell W 2-1 Opponent Result Cornell W 7-3 at UCF L 3-5 W 4-2 Mercer A Rollins W 7-5 Florida W 2-1 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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at Rollins at Florida Jacksonville at Jacksonville Florida Southern at UCF at South Florida Georgia Southern Georgia Southern at Miami (FL) Florida Tech at Miami (FL) at Florida

1977

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

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

Record: 34-15

Coach: Jim Ward Opponent Result 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 UCF W 5-3 St. Leo W 12-0 St. Leo W 6-0 at Georgia Southern L 1-2 at Georgia Southern L 2-3 at Georgia Southern L 2-3 Florida W 4-1 Union (KY) W 8-1 St. Thomas W 7-6 St. Thomas W 3-1 Siena W 11-1 Siena W 14-4 at Tampa W 6-0 Jacksonville W 3-2 Jacksonville W 5-2 Rollins W 3-2 at Florida L 3-6 UCF W 11-0 at Jacksonville W 5-3 Florida International L 3-13 South Alabama W 8-5 South Alabama L 2-5 South Florida W 13-8 South Florida L 2-5 at Rollins L 1-11

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Ball State Wheaton St. Leo Old Dominion Old Dominion William & Mary Eckerd College Rollins Tufts Tennessee Wesleyan Tennessee Wesleyan Wisconsin Wisconsin Siena Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Georgia Southern Williams Delaware Siena Notre Dame at South Carolina at Furman at Newberry at Furman at Mercer-Atlanta 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 at Jacksonville at Eckerd College at Florida at Miami (FL) at Miami (FL) at FIU at FIU South Florida UCF Jacksonville

1979

W 6-5 W 7-3 L 2-3 L 5-7 W 15-4 W 9-1 W 9-3 W 7-2 W 5-1 W 3-2 W 7-1 W 4-3 W12-10 L 1-2 L 3-14 L 7-8 W 10-3 W 15-3 L 9-11 W 5-4 W 8-2 L 2-3 W 5-2 L 2-3 W 6-5 W 10-0 W 10-6 W 5-4 W 13-6 L 6-11 L 4-6 W 15-3 L 1-3 W 6-4 W 12-0 L 4-5 L 1-4 L 1-4 W 9-4 W 9-4 W13-11 L 2-10 L 4-5 W 9-6 W15-11 W 4-2 W 10-3 W 3-0

Record: 26-24

Coach: Opponent Ball State Mercer at South Florida at South Florida Old Dominion Old Dominion William & Mary William & Mary Rollins Lipscomb Lipscomb Delaware State

Jim Ward Result L 1-2 L 6-9 L 0-2 L 0-1 W 5-0 W 7-1 W 8-6 W 19-1 L 5-8 W 4-3 L 6-10 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 W11-10 at Tulane L 2-12 at Tulane W 8-6 at New Orleans L 1-13 at New Orleans L 3-15 at New Orleans W 10-3 at Rollins W 10-8 at Charleston Southern W 11-9 at Charleston Southern W 6-0 at Charleston Southern L 5-6 at The Citadel L 0-6 at Georgia Southern L 0-6 at Georgia Southern L 1-11 at Mercer W 4-3 at Jacksonville L 7-8 Florida L 3-12 Miami (FL) L 3-12 Miami (FL) L 0-4 Miami (FL) L 10-14 FIU L 0-3 FIU W 11-9 Jacksonville L 1-3

1980

Record: 34-18

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 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 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 at Georgia L at Georgia L at Furman W at Furman W at Mercer-Atlanta W at Mercer-Atlanta W South Florida W South Florida L Siena W Siena L Georgia State W Georgia State L at South Florida W at South Florida W at Rollins W Jacksonville W UCF W at Florida L at Miami (FL) L at Miami (FL) L at Miami (FL) L at Jacksonville W at Jacksonville L at Florida L # = Stetson Invitational

1981

4-0 2-6 5-7 9-6 16-3 6-2 19-1 16-3 3-15 13-4 7-9 6-5 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

Record: 36-20

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result at UCF W 9-6 Furman W 2-1 Furman W 22-0 Campbell W11-10 Campbell W 11-8 Methodist W 8-0 Old Dominion W 7-6 Milton W 16-1 North Carolina L 6-7 at Rollins L 7-9 Milton W 2-1 Widener W 17-2 Lipscomb W15-10 Stetson Invitational Army L 5-6 Louisville W 10-7 Delaware L 6-13 Louisville L 3-4 Army W 13-4 Delaware W 15-5 Louisville W 9-5 Delaware W 9-5 Rider W 14-4 Bradley W 8-2 Bradley W 14-8 Bradley W 6-5 Ohio University W 6-5 St. Xavier W 16-7 Ohio University L 8-9 Ohio University W 6-3 at The Citadel L 0-2 at South Carolina L 2-9 at UNC-Wilmington L 4-6 at UNC-Wilmington L 2-5 at Pembroke State W 10-5 Miami (FL) L 5-6 Miami (FL) L 3-5 Miami (FL) W 9-3 Florida A&M W16-12 Florida A&M W 17-5 UCF L 8-9

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

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

NCAA Atlantic Regional 1982 Record: 40-18

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result NCAA Atlantic Regional 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 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 Lipscomb L 8-9 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 # = Stetson Invitational

1983

Record: 31-20

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 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 Campbell # W 4-3 James Madison # W 17-5 George Washington W 5-2 South Carolina L 2-8 Virginia W 10-1 Sacred Heart W 4-3 Michigan W 10-6 Columbia W 10-1 Mercer-Atlanta W 8-1 Mercer-Atlanta W 5-4 Drexel W 27-1 Worcester State W 8-2 Toledo W 11-8 Toledo L 3-7 at Jacksonville L 5-6 at Jacksonville L 2-10 at Georgia Southern L 8-16 at Georgia Southern L 2-19 at Georgia Southern L 12-18 Miami (FL) W 5-4 Miami (FL) L 8-15 Miami (FL) L 6-14 at Rollins L 3-6 at Bethune-Cookman L 6-7 at Bethune-Cookman W 7-3 at FIU W 5-4 at FIU L 3-5 Flagler W 3-1 at Miami (FL) L 1-4 at Miami (FL) L 9-12 at Flagler W 10-6 at Florida L 1-5 at FIU W 8-6 at FIU W 9-3 Jacksonville W 14-8 at South Florida W 10-0 at South Florida W 2-0 # = Stetson Invitational

NCAA South II Regional 1984 Record: 46-13

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 W11-10 Florida W 6-4 Eastern Michigan W 17-4 Villanova W 11-5 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 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 FIU L 2-4 FIU 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 W12-11 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 FIU W 8-7 at FIU 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 # = Stetson Invitational

1985

Record: 38-23

Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 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 St. Xavier W 8-6 St. Xavier W 7-6 Toledo W 13-7 Toledo W 12-4 FIU L 1-4 FIU W 10-0 Delaware W 12-7 Calvin College W 6-2 at Florida A&M W 18-5 at Florida A&M L 4-6 South Florida W 7-0 South Florida L 4-10 Georgia Southern W 8-4 Georgia Southern L 2-11 Rollins W 5-3 at Rollins W 8-4 at UCF W 7-2 at Florida L 4-6 UCF L 4-10 at FIU L 4-8 at FIU W 5-1 Miami (FL) L 10-12 Miami (FL) W 13-2 Miami (FL) L 3-4 Jacksonville L 6-7 Jacksonville W 11-5 # = Stetson Invitational

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N Year-By-Year Results C 1986 Record: 36-22 1987 Record: 37-22 Pete Dunn 12-6 (Atlantic Sun) A Coach: Opponent Result Coach: Pete Dunn UL Lafayette L 6-8 Opponent Result A UL Lafayette W 6-1 at FIU W 6-4 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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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 FIU W 7-3 at FIU 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 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 Virginia Tech # W 10-3 Rider # W 5-0 Iowa # W 10-4 Rider # L 0-1 Virginia Tech # W15-13 Iowa # W 13-2 Virginia Tech # L 2-5 Rider # W 5-0 Bethune-Cookman W 19-0 at Bethune-Cookman W 21-4 FIU L 1-10 FIU 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 at Miami (FL) L 6-17 at Miami (FL) L 4-12 at Miami (FL) L 1-9 Flagler W 8-3 at Flagler L 0-1 at Rollins L 1-7 Jacksonville L 3-9 Jacksonville W 4-3 at South Florida L 5-7 at South Florida W 4-2 $ = Best in the West Tournament # = Stetson Invitational

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A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA East Regional 1988 Record: 35-26 9-8 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Flagler W 6-0 at South Florida L 9-10 at South Florida W 7-6 FIU W 4-3 FIU 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 FIU W 7-6 at FIU 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 * W12-11 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 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 Florida State ^ L 3-10 George Mason ^ W 2-1 N.C. State ^ W 4-1 Florida State ^ W 7-2 Florida ^ L 0-8 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Shreveport, LA ^ = NCAA East Regional at Tallahassee, FL

A-Sun East Champions A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional 1989 Record: 38-23 13-5 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Flagler W 2-0 at FIU L 2-3 at FIU 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 FIU W 4-2 FIU 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 UALR $ 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 Clemson ^ L 2-6 Rider ^ W 13-6 Clemson ^ L 5-13 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Atlantic Regional at Tallahassee, FL

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Year-By-Year Results A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Atlantic Regional 1990 Record: 33-31

10-8 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Flagler W 19-1 at FIU L 2-8 at FIU 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 FIU W 6-4 FIU 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 UW-Milwaukee W13-12 Ithaca W 6-2 St. Xavier W 5-2 UW-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 Centenary $ W14-10 UALR $ 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 Miami (FL) ^ L 3-4 N.C. State ^ L 2-13 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tourney at Shreveport, LA ^ = NCAA Atlantic Regional at Miami, FL

A-Sun East Champions 1991 Record: 36-22-1 13-5 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 FIU * W 13-6 FIU * W 6-5 FIU * 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) L 4-5 Georgia Southern * L 5-6 Georgia Southern * L 8-10 Georgia Southern * W 6-3 at UCF W 7-6 at FIU * L 3-12 at FIU * L 1-2 at FIU * W 6-0 at North Florida W 8-7 Flagler W 12-1 Jacksonville T 8-8 Centenary $ W 9-3 FIU $ W 9-5 FIU $ L 7-9 FIU L 2-10 Florida L 7-13 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL

A-Sun East Champions NCAA South II Regional 1992 Record: 38-21 13-5 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Florida Atlantic W 5-0 Jacksonville W 7-6 at Rollins L 7-11 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 FIU * L 0-4 at FIU * L 1-2 at FIU * W 9-2 Troy 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 FIU * W 1-0 FIU * W 8-2 FIU * 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 Centenary $ L 7-8 FIU $ L 2-3 Stanford ^ L 1-2 Florida State ^ L 2-3 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Hammond, LA ^ = NCAA South I I Regional at Tallahassee, FL

A-Sun East Champions 1993 Record: 38-17 11-7 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 W11-10 UNC-Greensboro # W 5-0 Old Dominion # L 1-11 Xavier # W 8-3 UNC-Greensboro # W 7-3 Xavier # W 13-5 Siena W 6-4 Massachusetts W 9-4 Siena W 16-5 at The Citadel W 11-9 at Charleston * W 4-2 at Charleston * L 0-1 at Charleston * W 8-0 St. Xavier W 4-1 Cornell W 8-2 UCF * W 9-4 UCF * W 1-0 UCF * W 2-1 FIU * L 3-7 FIU * W 4-3 FIU * L 0-2 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 FIU * W 5-4 FIU * L 4-5 FIU * W 8-5 Florida A&M W 13-8 Florida A&M W 10-6 Centenary $ L 4-5 SE Louisiana $ W 11-5 Centenary $ L 4-14 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game # = Stetson Invitational $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL

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N Year-By-Year Results C 1994 Record: 37-21 1995 Record: 34-25 Sun) 19-11 (Atlantic Sun) A Coach: 9-9 (Atlantic Pete Dunn Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result Opponent Result A at Miami (FL) L 4-6 UNC Wilmington W 3-2 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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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 W11-10 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 Miss W 8-0 at Southern Miss W 4-2 Akron W 8-5 FIU * W 3-0 FIU * L 5-7 FIU * 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 FIU * W 4-3 at FIU * W 7-5 at FIU * 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 Mercer $ L 1-8 FIU $ L 10-11 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game # = Stetson Invitational $ = A-Sun Tournament at Macon, GA

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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 FIU * W 6-3 at FIU * W 6-1 at FIU * 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 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 Md.-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 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 UCF $ L 3-4 FIU $ W 6-5 Florida Atlantic $ W 6-0 UCF $ L 2-7 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game # = Stetson Invitational $ = A-Sun Tournament at Homestead, FL

A-Sun South Champions NCAA South I Regional 1996 Record: 42-23

A-Sun South Champions NCAA Midwest Regional 1997 Record: 37-26-1

12-6 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 W12-10 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 Md.-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 FIU * W 4-3 at FIU * W 13-3 at FIU * 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 at Miami (FL) L 6-7 at Miami (FL) L 4-9 FIU * L 4-6 FIU * W 6-0 FIU * L 7-9 South Florida W 3-2 Samford ! W 10-2 Samford ! W 7-2 FIU $ W 5-3 SE Louisiana $ W 13-9 UCF $ L 3-6 Florida Atlantic $ L 5-8 South Alabama ^ W 9-8 Notre Dame ^ W 7-6 Alabama ^ L 1-3 Virginia ^ L 4-5 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! = A-Sun Play-In Series $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA South I Regional at Tuscaloosa, AL

10-8 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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) W11-10 Jacksonville L 9-10 South Florida L 6-14 South Florida L 4-22 at South Florida W14-11 Michigan W12-10 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 W17-10 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 FIU * W 12-7 FIU * L 1-5 FIU * 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 FIU * L 4-8 at FIU * W 8-5 at FIU * 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 Charleston ! W 16-3 Charleston ! W 16-1 Samford $ W 4-3 FIU $ L 2-3 Samford $ W 6-3 FIU $ W 4-3 UCF $ L 9-14 Oklahoma State ^ L 1-8 Harvard ^ L 6-8 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! = A-Sun Play-In Series $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Midwest Regional at Stillwater, OK

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Record: 30-31-1

7-11 (Atlantic Sun South) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 L 4-22 at Clemson L 5-10 at Clemson L 4-9 West Virginia L 4-6 Central Michigan L 3-8 Creighton W 9-0 Creighton L 6-7 Creighton T 9-9 Bradley L 5-9 Akron W 8-7 Akron L 1-5 Akron W 8-6 Northwestern W 16-4 Northwestern L 8-10 at FIU * L 3-5 at FIU * L 0-5 at FIU * W 8-5 Bethune-Cookman W 16-7 Bethune-Cookman W 7-3 Florida Atlantic * W 11-7 Florida Atlantic * L 0-7 Florida Atlantic * W 8-7 Florida A&M W 7-6 Florida A&M W 17-7 at UCF * L 13-16 at UCF * W 7-6 at UCF * L 4-9 at Florida L 1-8 at Florida Atlantic * W 10-8 at Florida Atlantic * L 2-6 at Florida Atlantic * L 2-4 at Bethune-Cookman W20-10 FIU * W 10-9 FIU * L 4-5 FIU * L 8-17 at Bethune-Cookman W 8-3 UCF * L 10-11 UCF * L 3-5 UCF * W 2-1 at Charleston ! W 16-7 at Charleston ! L 3-5 at Charleston ! W18-11 Troy $ W 5-4 UCF $ L 4-15 Troy $ L 3-8 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game ! = A-Sun Play-In Series $ = A-Sun Tournament at Kissimmee, FL

1999

Record: 23-31

11-19 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 * L 7-17 at Troy * L 4-34 at Troy * L 4-12 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game

A-Sun Champions NCAA Atlanta Regional 2000 Record: 48-16 20-7 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 W11-10 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 * W 6-4 Troy * W 3-1 Troy * 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 Jacksonville $ W 11-1 Florida Atlantic $ W 9-7 Campbell $ W 2-0 Campbell $ W 15-2 Auburn ^ W 9-5 Georgia Tech ^ L 1-24 Auburn ^ W13-10 Georgia Tech ^ L 11-16 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Jacksonville, FL ^ = NCAA Atlanta Regional

NCAA Coral Gables Regional 2001 Record: 43-17 19-8 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 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 * W 10-7 at Troy * W 5-1 at Troy * 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 W21-17 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 vs. Florida Atlantic $ L 1-2 vs. Troy $ L 2-5 vs. Florida ^ L 9-10 vs. Bucknell ^ W 7-0 vs. Florida ^ W 6-3 at Miami ^ L 8-16 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Jacksonville, FL ^ = NCAA Coral Gables Regional

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at South Florida (10) 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 * 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 * 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 * W 7-1 Troy * W 8-5 Troy * L 4-6 Troy (10) $ W 7-6 Florida Atlantic $ W 3-0 UCF $ L 6-13 Florida Atlantic $ L 3-10 at #1 Florida State ^ L 8-11 vs. South Florida ^ L 13-14 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Tallahassee Regional

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Oklahoma State # L 0-9 at Bethune-Cookman # W 6-4 Kentucky & W 8-5 George Washington (11) & L 8-9 Maryland & L 3-7 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 * W 11-4 at Troy * W 9-6 at Troy * (13) 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) L 2-3 at Campbell * L 0-3 at Campbell * L 1-5 Bethune-Cookman W 5-1 at Georgia State * L 2-7 at Georgia State * L 3-4 at Georgia State * W 15-7 at #19 Florida L 4-10 Mercer * W 6-1 Mercer * W 9-5 Mercer * W 5-2 Florida A&M W 10-3 Florida A&M L 8-12 Jacksonville * (10) W 8-7 Jacksonville * W 5-4 Jacksonville * L 5-9 at South Florida W 11-1 Samford * W 4-3 Samford * W 20-7 Samford * W 9-6 Bethune-Cookman W 14-8 at South Florida W 5-3 UCF * W 11-8 UCF * W 3-1 UCF * L 3-10 South Florida W 7-1 at #11 Florida Atlantic * L 5-16 at #11 Florida Atlantic * L 0-2 at #11 Florida Atlantic * W 6-5 Gardner-Webb $ W 3-1 Belmont $ W 9-3 Jacksonville $ L 6-9 #12 Florida Atlantic $ W 8-1 Jacksonville $ L 1-7 at #7 Georgia Tech ^ W 5-4 vs. #15 South Carolina ^ L 2-7 vs. East Carolina ^ W 9-4 vs. #15 South Carolina ^ L 3-9 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game # = News-Journal Invitational & = Amtrak Invitational % = Crown Plaza/Rice Invitational $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Atlanta Regional

2004

Record: 36-23

20-10 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 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 South Florida L 2-9 Bethune-Cookman W 11-6 #20 Florida Atlantic * L 8-9 #20 Florida Atlantic * (10) W14-13 #20 Florida Atlantic * W 4-1 at South Florida (14) 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 * L 1-3 Bethune-Cookman W 8-3 Campbell * W 11-0 Campbell * L 5-6 Campbell * W 7-2 at Belmont * W 4-0 at Belmont * L 0-2 at Belmont * L 7-9 Lipscomb * W 9-3 Lipscomb * W 4-0 Lipscomb * W 6-3 at South Florida L 3-13 Appalachian State W 16-0 Appalachian State W 7-2 Appalachian State W 11-1 Troy * W 7-6 Troy * L 2-3 Troy * W 2-1 Troy $ W 4-2 Florida Atlantic $ L 1-15 Troy $ L 3-5 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game # = News-Journal Invitational $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL

A-Sun Tournament Champions NCAA Gainesville Regional 2005 Record: 35-28 16-14 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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) 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 * W 16-6 at Bethune-Cookman L 2-4 Mercer * W 17-0 Mercer * W 7-3 Mercer * L 5-13 at Florida Atlantic * L 7-9 at Florida Atlantic * W 6-5 at Florida Atlantic * W 5-4 at South Florida L 0-6 #18 UCF * W 10-4 #18 UCF * L 11-18 #18 UCF * L 7-14 Bethune-Cookman W 9-1 Gardner-Webb * W 9-6 Gardner-Webb * (10) W 6-5 Gardner-Webb * W 15-3 Bethune-Cookman W 14-4 at Campbell * L 5-11 at Campbell * W 12-8 at Campbell * L 3-8 Belmont * L 8-11 Belmont * W 6-5 Belmont * W 10-9 at South Florida L 5-6 Jacksonville * W 4-2 Jacksonville * L 2-3 Jacksonville * W 4-2 at Lipscomb * W 17-3 at Lipscomb * L 5-9 at Lipscomb * W 15-1 at #11 Florida State L 5-9 at #11 Florida State L 4-8 at #27 Troy * L 3-5 at #27 Troy * L 2-6 at #27 Troy * L 5-10 South Florida W 4-3 at #12 Florida L 4-6 South Alabama W15-12 UCF $ W 8-5 Florida Atlantic $ L 0-3 Gardner-Webb $ W 6-5 Florida Atlantic $ W 7-3 Florida Atlantic $ W 8-0 at #8 Florida ^ L 3-8 vs. Notre Dame ^ L 4-7 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Gainesville Regional

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A-Sun Champions 2008 Record: 26-33 15-18 (Atlantic Sun) NCAA Tallahassee Regional Pete Dunn 2007 Record: 42-21 Coach:

16-14 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 State L 3-8 at Bethune-Cookman W 7-1 Illinois W 6-3 Western Carolina L 3-4 South Florida 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 South Florida 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 South Florida W 8-5 Florida Atlantic * W 10-6 Florida Atlantic * L 2-10 Florida Atlantic * W 6-4 at South Florida W 9-2 at Gardner-Webb * L 3-4 at Gardner-Webb * W 5-0 at Gardner-Webb * W 11-7 Florida Atlantic $ W 3-2 vs. Mercer $ W 6-5 vs. ETSU $ W 6-2 at #4 Georgia Tech ^ L 5-7 vs. #23 Michigan ^ L 1-11 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Atlanta Regional

21-6 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 UCF L 3-4 at Kennesaw State * W 7-0 at Kennesaw State * W15-10 at Kennesaw State * 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 UCF W 10-7 ETSU * W 15-4 ETSU * W 4-2 ETSU * W 6-0 UCF 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 Lipscomb $ W 4-3 Jacksonville $ L 1-4 Mercer $ W 2-1 Belmont $ L 5-18 Mississippi St. ^ L 3-6 Bethune-Cookman ^ W 12-0 #6 Florida State ^ L 1-17 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL ^ = NCAA Tallahassee Regional

Opponent Result 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 W18-10 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 South Florida 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 South Florida 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 * W12-10 at ETSU * W 6-4 at ETSU * W18-12 at ETSU * W16-15 vs. Mercer $ W 8-5 vs. Gardner-Webb $ L 6-10 vs. Lipscomb $ L 4-12 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL

2009

Record: 27-30

16-14 (Atlantic Sun) Coach: Pete Dunn Opponent Result 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 South Florida 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 FIU W 13-7 Mercer * L 3-8 Mercer * L 1-4 Mercer * W14-10 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 FIU 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 ETSU $ L 2-4 * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at DeLand, FL

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N Year-By-Year Results C 2010 Record: 27-31 A-Sun Champions 2012 Travel Plans Sun) NCAA Columbia Regional A Coach: 14-13 (Atlantic Pete Dunn 2011 Record: 43-20 Opponent Result 23-7 (Atlantic Sun) Bethune-Cookman (Daytona Beach, Fla.) A Siena L 4-8 Coach: Pete Dunn Depart: Tuesday, February 28 ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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Siena W 8-7 Siena W13-10 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 South Florida 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 * W15-12 at UCF L 6-10 at Belmont * W 6-3 at Belmont * L 3-13 at Belmont * L 4-14 South Florida 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 North Florida * L 0-17 at North Florida * L 1-6 at North Florida * W 10-3 Jacksonville * L 1-3 Jacksonville * L 7-9 Jacksonville * W 8-6 vs. FGCU $ L 4-9 vs. Jacksonville $ L 2-3 # = Bright House Invitational * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Nashville, TN

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Opponent Result Georgia W 6-3 Georgia W 7-2 Georgia W 8-4 at Bethune-Cookman (11) W 4-3 Maine W 3-1 Maine L 0-6 Maine W 6-2 Columbia #(10) W 7-6 Illinois # W 5-3 Central Michigan # W 9-8 Central Michigan W 9-1 at Bethune-Cookman L 2-10 at Campbell * W 14-3 at Campbell * W 12-1 at Campbell * L 2-7 Siena L 4-6 Siena W 5-1 Mercer * W 4-3 Mercer * W 3-2 Mercer * W 3-2 Bethune-Cookman W 7-6 at #4 Florida State (11) W 6-4 ETSU * W 15-4 ETSU * W 4-1 ETSU * L 6-14 at #23 UCF L 2-8 at USC Upstate * L 0-6 at USC Upstate * W 9-2 at USC Upstate * W 10-4 Kennesaw State * W 6-3 Kennesaw State * W 10-2 Kennesaw State * W 4-3 South Florida W 9-1 Savannah State W 17-4 Savannah State W 5-3 Savannah State W 10-5 at South Florida L 2-5 at Jacksonville * W 14-6 at Jacksonville * L 4-10 at Jacksonville * W 9-4 Bethune-Cookman (11) L 3-4 North Florida * W 6-3 North Florida * W 10-6 North Florida * W 6-0 at FGCU * W 6-4 at FGCU * W 8-5 at FGCU * W 13-2 #6 Florida State L 1-13 FIU (11) L 9-10 at Lipscomb * W 9-5 at Lipscomb * W 6-4 at Lipscomb * L 3-9 UCF L 6-7 Belmont * W 7-4 Belmont * L 2-5 Belmont * L 5-11 Belmont $ L 3-15 ETSU $ W 7-2 Jacksonville $ L 3-5 N.C. State ^ W 8-7 at South Carolina ^ L 5-11 N.C. State ^ W 5-3 at South Carolina ^ L 2-8 # = Bright House Invitational * = Atlantic Sun Conference Game $ = A-Sun Tournament at Nashville, TN ^ = NCAA Columbia Regional

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Florida State (Tallahassee, Fla.) Depart: Tuesday, March 20 Hotel: Wingate Hotel Phone: 850-553-4400 Return: Travel on to Nashville, Tenn. Belmont (Nashville, Tenn.) Depart: Wednesday, March 21 (After FSU) Return: Sunday, March 25 Hotels: Hyatt Place - Brentwood, Tenn. Phone: 615-661-9477 Mercer (Macon, Ga.) Depart: Thursday, March 30 Return: Sunday, April 11 Hotel: Wingate Hotel Phone: 478-476-8100 USF (Tampa, Fla) Depart: Tuesday, April 3 Return: After Game Kennesaw (Kennesaw, Ga.) Depart: Thursday, April 12 Return: Sunday, April 15 Hotel: Wingate Hotel Phone: 770-514-7344 Miami (Coral Gables, Fla.) Depart: Wednesday, April 18 Return: After Game North Florida (Jacksonville, Fla) Depart: Friday, April 27 Return: Sunday, April 29 Hotel: Spring Hill Suites Phone: 904-997-6650 ETSU (Johnson City, Tenn.) Depart: Thursday, May 10 Return: Sunday, May 13 Hotel: Doubletree Hotel Phone: 423-929-2000 UCF (Orlando, Fla.) Depart: Tuesday, May 15 Return: After Game

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All-Time Series Records Opponent W-L Akron 6-1 Alabama 1-2 American International 1-0 Amherst 20-15 Appalachian State 3-0 UALR 2-0 Arkansas State 4-1 Auburn 2-0 Austin Peay 2-1 Ball State 3-0 Belmont 16-16 Belmont Abbey 1-0 Berry (GA) 1-1 Bethune-Cookman 65-16 Boston College 2-4 Bowling Green 1-0 Bradley 5-2 Brigham Young 0-1 Brown 5-0 Bucknell 1-0 Cal State-Fullerton 0-1 Calvin 1-0 Campbell 29-20 Centenary 9-5 Central Florida (UCF) 48-69 Central Michigan 11-4 Centre College 1-0 College of Charleston 21-5 Charleston Southern 5-1 Cincinnati 2-2-1 Citadel 2-2 Clemson 1-6 Coast Guard Academy 2-1 Columbia 7-0 Connecticut 3-2 Cornell 8-0 Creighton 6-3-1 C.W. Post 1-0 Davidson 0-1 Delaware 6-7 Delaware State 3-0 Detroit 4-0 Drexel 3-0 Duke 2-1 East Carolina 1-0 East Tennessee State 13-8 Eastern Illinois 1-1 Eastern Kentucky 3-0 Eastern Michigan 3-0 Eckerd 14-1 Evansville 4-0 Ferris State 2-0 Flagler 16-2 Florida 60-77 Florida A&M 36-5 Florida Atlantic 35-25 Florida Gulf Coast 6-7 Florida International 57-39 Florida Southern 47-56 Florida State 21-45 Florida Tech 2-0 Fordham 2-0 Fresno State 1-0 Furman 15-5 Gardner-Webb 16-5 George Mason 5-2 Georgetown 3-1 George Washington 3-2 Georgia 6-8 Georgia Southern 35-63 Georgia State 19-11 Georgia Tech 10-22-1 Glassboro State 7-1 Hampden-Sydney 3-4 Hardin-Simmons 3-0 Harvard 7-8

First Game 1992 1950 1956 1953 2004 1989 1972 2000 1972 1977 2002 1969 1965 1981 1985 1972 1981 1986 1971 2001 1986 1985 1981 1988 1975 1985 1955 1992 1979 1953 1962 1976 1967 1973 1967 1970 1984 1994 1966 1965 1979 1982 1982 1924 2003 2006 1990 2000 1967 1965 1994 1982 1982 1902 1975 1992 2008 1975 1906 1904 1978 1999 1986 1955 2003 1988 1982 1983 1939 1948 1972 1917 1970 1963 1987 1966

Last Game 1999 1996 1956 1975 2004 1990 1977 2000 1980 1979 2011 1969 1965 2011 2009 1972 1998 1986 1988 2001 1986 1985 2011 1999 2011 2011 1955 1998 2002 1972 1981 1998 1969 2011 2008 2000 2003 1994 1966 1994 1980 1983 1990 1976 2003 2011 1991 2000 1984 1988 2002 1982 1992 2009 2004 2006 2011 2011 1980 2011 1978 1999 1986 1991 2008 1996 1983 2003 2011 2000 2005 2006 1974 1966 1990 2010

Opponent Havana Hillsdale Holy Cross Illinois Illinois State Indiana Iowa Ithaca IUPUI Jacksonville Jacksonville State James Madison Kansas Kansas State Kennesaw State Kentucky Kentucky Military Kentucky Wesleyan Lafayette LaSalle Lewis College Liberty Lipscomb Long Island Louisiana-Lafayette Louisiana State (LSU) Louisville MacMurray Maine Manhattan Marshall Maryland Maryland-Baltimore Md.-Eastern Shore Massachusetts Mercer Mercer-Atlanta Methodist Miami (FL) Miami (OH) Michigan Michigan State Milsaps Milton Mississippi Mississippi College Mississippi State Missouri Navy Nebraska Nevada-Reno Newberry New Orleans North Carolina UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington North Carolina State North Florida Northeastern Illinois Northern Illinois Northern Iowa Northwestern Notre Dame Ohio State Ohio Oklahoma State Old Dominion Pembroke State Pennsylvania Penn State Pfeiffer (NC) Pittsburgh Portland State Princeton Purdue

W-L 1-1 3-0 2-0 3-0 2-1 5-2 6-2 6-2 1-0 74-78-2 11-3 4-4 1-0 0-1 10-5 8-1-1 35-7-3 1-0 5-0 1-0 1-0 2-0 24-21 1-0 2-1 4-5 9-4 3-0 6-2 1-0 2-0 4-1 0-1 2-0 7-0 85-34-1 6-0 3-0 42-107 2-2 11-4 1-1 1-1 4-0 0-1 2-0 0-1 0-2 2-0 0-2 1-0 0-1 1-4 8-5 3-0 2-0 9-3 3-2 16-12 2-0 0-1 1-0 7-3 3-3 5-6 4-1 1-4 7-3 1-1 9-3 1-1 3-3 4-0 1-0 2-1 4-2

First Game 1939 1970 2008 1977 2005 1980 1984 1957 1989 1958 1999 1983 1992 2010 2006 1974 1906 1979 1984 1977 1971 1982 1965 1994 1976 2006 1970 1971 1997 1992 1972 1979 1987 1995 1985 1914 1978 1981 1947 1973 1974 2007 1949 1980 2003 1949 2007 1977 2002 1986 1986 1978 1977 1974 2001 1993 1974 1950 1988 1991 2001 2004 1977 1978 1957 1973 1985 1978 1966 1968 2002 1962 1980 1995 1968 1993

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Opponent W-L Presbyterian (NC) 2-1 Providence 0-1 Quinnipiac 2-0 Radford 1-0 Rhode Island 2-0 Rice 0-1 Richmond 2-1 Rider 13-3 Rollins 71-125 Sacred Heart 1-0 St. Bonaventure 1-0 St. Joseph’s (Pa.) 16-2 St. Leo 8-8 St. Peter’s 3-0 St. Thomas 4-0 St. Xavier 12-3 Samford 41-9 Savannah State 3-0 Seton Hall 2-2 Shippensburg State 1-0 Siena 34-4 South Alabama 7-7 South Carolina 2-14 South Florida (USF) 78-76 Southeastern Louisiana 6-4 Southern Illinois 8-5 Southern Mississippi 2-1 Southwest Missouri 3-2 Spring Arbor College 1-0 Stanford 0-1 Stony Brook 1-0 Tampa 31-31 Taylor 2-0 Temple 3-1 Tennessee 3-2 Tennessee Tech 3-0 Tennessee Wesleyan 3-0 Texas-Arlington 0-1 Toledo 6-1 Troy 14-15 Tufts 1-0 Tulane 2-3 Union (KY) 3-0 USC Upstate 8-4 U.S. Air Force 2-0 U.S. Army 1-1 Utica 1-0 Valdosta State 9-5 Vanderbilt 1-0 Vermont 6-0 Villanova 3-0 Virginia 1-1 Virginia Military Institute 2-1 Virginia Tech 7-1 Wabash 6-0 Wake Forest 2-0 Washington St. 0-1 West Florida 3-0 West Virginia 2-1 Western Carolina 2-4 Western Illinois 2-0 Western Michigan 2-1 Wheaton 1-0 Wichita State 0-1 Widener 3-0 William & Mary 5-0 Williams 3-0 Wisconsin 6-1 Wisconsin-Milwaukee 2-0 Wofford 0-2 Worcester State 1-0 Wright State 1-1 Xavier (OH) 7-1 Yale 15-12 Youngstown State 2-0 2012 Opponents in Bold Italics

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N Stetson Baseball Year-B-Year C Year Coach Games Record Pct. Year Coach 1901 Seton Flemming 4 2-2-0 .500 1964 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson A 1902 G.L. Odom 4 4-0-0 1.000 1965 Bob Weickel 5 5-0-0 1.000 1966 Bob Weickel A 1903 Edward Oates ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90 ‘92 ‘96 ‘97 ‘00 ‘01 ‘02 ‘03 ‘05 ‘06 ‘07 ‘11

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1904 Frank Sears 7 3-4-0 1905 Frank Sears 20 16-4-0 1906 Litchfield Colton 20 14-6-0 1907 J.B. “Spec” Campbell 16 12-4-0 1908 Ed Mickle 14 7-7-0 1909 Wilbur Tilden 9 6-3-0 1910 Edgar Garner 17 8-8-1 1911 Edgar Garner 10 2-8-0 1912 Arthur Petty 17 9-8-0 1913 Edgar Garner 17 14-3-0 1914 J.H. Swink 19 12-6-1 1915 William Lourcey 15 6-7-2 1916 William “Dutch” Hollander 19 14-5-0 1917 William “Dutch” Hollander 12 7-5-0 1918 World War I 1919 Henry St. Cyr! 8 4-4-0 3-5-0 1920 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Thomas Chalker! 8 1921 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Bert Higginbotham! 14 7-7-0 1922 H.T. “Pug” Allen/Bert Higginbotham! 14 4-9-0 1923 Edwin Whitnel 12 6-6-0 1924 Edwin Whitnel 7 2-5-0 1925 Edwin Whitnel 2 0-2-0 1926-36 No Team 1937 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 2 2-2-0 1938 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 10 4-6-0 1939 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 15 3-12-0 1940 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 2 0-2-0 1941-45 World War II 1946 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 4 3-1-0 1947 Ben Clemons 13 4-9-0 1948 Ben Clemons 21 6-15-0 1949 Ben Clemons 27 12-15-0 1950 Ben Clemons 21 8-13-0 1951 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 21 12-9-0 1952 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 24 16-8-0 1953 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 26 11-15-0 1954 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 28 14-13-1 1955 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 18 8-10-0 1956 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 19 7-12-0 1957 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 24 7-17-0 1958 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 24 12-12-0 1959 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 24 7-17-0 1960 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 20 6-14-0 1961 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 22 12-9-1 1962 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 24 6-17-1 1963 Carl H. “Doc” Johnson 25 5-20-0

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Games Record 21 7-14-0 30 11-19-0 28 8-19-1 1967 Bob Weickel 27 8-19-0 1968 Bob Weickel 27 7-20-0 1969 Jim Ward 39 26-13-0 1970 Jim Ward 46 34-12-0 1971 Jim Ward 41 25-16-0 1972# Jim Ward 45 28-17-0 1973 Jim Ward 46 24-22-0 1974 Jim Ward 44 31-13-0 1975 Jim Ward 47 28-19-0 1976 Jim Ward 38 23-15-0 1977 Jim Ward 49 34-15-0 1978 Jim Ward 50 33-17-0 1979 Jim Ward 50 26-24-0 1980 Pete Dunn 52 34-18-0 1981 Pete Dunn 56 36-20-0 1982 Pete Dunn 58 40-18-0 1983 Pete Dunn 51 31-20-0 1984 Pete Dunn 59 46-13-0 1985 Pete Dunn 61 38-23-0 1986 Pete Dunn 58 36-22-0 1987 Pete Dunn 59 37-22-0 1988 Pete Dunn 61 35-26-0 1989 Pete Dunn 61 38-23-0 1990 Pete Dunn 64 33-31-0 1991 Pete Dunn 59 36-22-1 1992 Pete Dunn 59 38-21-0 1993 Pete Dunn 55 38-17-0 1994 Pete Dunn 58 37-21-0 1995 Pete Dunn 59 35-24-0 1996 Pete Dunn 65 42-23-0 1997 Pete Dunn 64 37-26-1 1998 Pete Dunn 62 30-31-1 1999 Pete Dunn 54 23-31-0 2000 Pete Dunn 64 48-16-0 2001 Pete Dunn 60 43-17-0 2002 Pete Dunn 61 42-19-0 2003 Pete Dunn 65 41-24-0 2004 Pete Dunn 59 36-23-0 2005 Pete Dunn 63 35-28-0 2006 Pete Dunn 62 38-24-0 2007 Pete Dunn 63 42-21-0 2008 Pete Dunn 59 26-33-0 2009 Pete Dunn 57 27-30-0 2010 Pete Dunn 58 27-31-0 2011 Pete Dunn 63 43-20-0 ! - player/coach; # - first year of Division I play

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University President Dr. Wendy B. 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 communityengaged 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 avid reader, she enjoys cooking and entertaining.

Director of Athletics Jeff Altier Jeff Altier, a 27-year veteran of the Stetson University athletic department, is in his 15th year as 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 nationally-ranked 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 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.

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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. Stetson athletics has continued to grow under Altier’s guidance. Three new sports have or will be added in the next year, with sand volleyball starting competition in the spring of 2012, women���s lacrosse in the spring of 2013 and the return of football in the fall of 2013. The program is also growing in terms of staffing and facilities, with construction currently under way on a facility that will house the football, lacrosse and both soccer programs, along with practice field for football and practice and game fields for soccer and lacrosse. 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. In 2011 Altier was recognized by his peers in the National Association of Collegiate Director of Athletics as the Under Armour Southeast Region Division I Athletic Director of the Year. 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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N Stetson Athletics Facilities C Melching Field at Conrad Park is just one of the quality facilities that the Hatter athletic programs call home. A Since 1974, the J. Ollie Edmunds Center has been home to Stetson men’s basketball, women’s basketball and volleyball A contests. The Hatter men’s basketball team defeated Marshall ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90

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

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The 4,000-seat Edmunds Center is home to Stetson men’s and women’s basketball and Stetson volleyball. the building. Eight modern locker rooms are housed in the Edmunds 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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Student-Athlete Care & Training • 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.

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Jamie McClure

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Dan Riegle

Christina To

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N Stetson Athletics Staff C Mike Bitter A Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Mike Bitter is in his 12th year as A Stetson’s Faculty Athletics Representative. He is ‘70 ‘82 ‘84 ‘88 ‘89 ‘90

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.

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Jorie Tress Assistant A.D. for Compliance

Assistant A.D. for Communications Hazel joined the Stetson Athletics staff in October of 2011 after eight years at Troy University as Director of Athletics Media Relations. A native of Huntsville, Ala., Hazel received a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Alabama and a Master’s in Sport Administration from the University of Southern Mississippi. His career in athletics has included time at the University of Southern Mississippi, Marshall University and Alabama A&M University. While at Marshall he coordinated the Heisman Trophy campaigns for both Chad Pennington (1999) and Byron Leftwich (2002). Hazel and his wife, Joan, have been married for more than 20 years and they are avid supporters of animal rescue efforts.

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Senior Associate Athletic Director Richard Skeel is in his 12th year at Stetson. In 2010 he started Stetson’s Club Sports Program which he still oversees. A veteran of more than 30 years in athletics, 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, the University of Louisville, SUNY-Albany, Sinclair Community College and Heidelberg College. He earned his Bachelor’s degree from Purdue and his Master’s degree from Bowling Green State. Richard and wife Brenda have five children - Eric, Brittney, Stephanie, Kirsten and Scott.

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Ricky Hazel

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Tom Birney Tom Birney is in his second 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.

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Jorie Tress is in her fifth 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 the Ohio State University College of Law. An Ohio native, she lives in Windermere with her husband John and son, Shane.

Jan Usher Assistant A.D. for Academics / SWA 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.

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Chipper Jones Supports Stetson Baseball

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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 Jones Family Foundation A tournament participant poses for photo (which supports several children’s with Chipper Jones, Tom Glavine and John charities and organizations such as the Smoltz. 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. Chipper Jones, Dunn’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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N Atlantic Sun Conference C For more than 30 years, the Atlantic Sun Conference has support- • Softball continues its pursuit to become a multi-bid sport as its member institutions in providing intercollegiate athletics the league posted the 12th best RPI in the NCAA, its fourth A ed programs committed to Building Winners for Life. The A-Sun acstraight season being ranked in the top-12 and boasted five this mission by maintaining the highest standards in top-100 teams led by conference champion Jacksonville (44). A complishes academic and athletic achievement, creating a balance between • Men’s Golf success has become an expectation in the A-Sun. ‘70 ‘82

student and athlete. Adding an emphasis on sportsmanship in the competitive arena and fostering leadership opportunities through community service, the A-Sun, its member institutions and its student-athletes aim for an overall educational experience that is successful in Building Winners for Life.

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As a whole, the Atlantic Sun set a new record with 63.79 percent of all student-athletes earning All-Academic status after achieving at least a 3.0 GPA last year. Belmont’s Mick Hedgepeth was named the 2010-11 NACDA Division I-AAA Scholar Athlete of the Year. ETSU baseball standout Paul Hoilman won his second straight A-Sun Student-Athlete of the Year award becoming just the fourth person in A-Sun history to accomplish that feat. He ranked third nationally in home runs on his way to posting a 3.95 GPA in math. The A-Sun was the NCAA’s top academic performing women’s soccer conference last year as nine of 11 teams received recognition from the NSCAA for posting a team GPA of 3.0 or better. No other Division I conference a higher percentage of teams on the list. Kennesaw State’s Ben Greene earned the NCAA who earned the NCAA Elite 88 honor for having the best GPA among participants in the men’s golf championship.

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The A-Sun finished with an RPI of 17 in men’s basketball, trailing just the ACC, SEC and Conference USA among nine southeastern Division I conferences. A conference record three teams reached postseason play with Jacksonville and ETSU each picking up CIT victories. The A-Sun became one of just two Division I conferences to earn a grant from the NCAA to enhance women’s basketball marketing. As a result, attendance in the league increased by nearly 16% from a year ago with league champion Stetson nearly doubling their previous year mark. Baseball returned to its lofty position on the national stage last year. The A-Sun ranked ninth in the RPI and sent three teams to NCAA Regionals with Belmont and Stetson reaching the regional finals.

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Kennesaw State finished third at the NCAA Southeastern Regional last year, the best regional finish ever for an A-Sun team. They advanced to nationals, the seventh time in eight years an A-Sun team advanced. The A-Sun posted the nation’s biggest turnaround in men’s soccer last year with four programs improving by nearly 100 spots in the NCAA RPI. FGCU spent most of the season ranked in the top-25.

The NCAA annual Federal Graduation Rate and Graduation Success Rate (GSR) report shows the A-Sun living its mission of Building Winners for Life as 32 programs check in with a 100% success rate. Survey results from The Tennessean tab Lipscomb grad Beth Harwell, the state’s first female Speaker of the House, as Most Powerful Woman in the state last winter. A trio of A-Sun schools - UNF, Belmont and Lipscomb - received Community Engagement recognition from the Carnegie Foundation for exceptional commitment to community service. Ted Gumbart was one of only four conference commissioners to join NCAA President Mark Emmert at an August retreat to discuss strategic change in Division I athletics. Lipscomb’s Jenna Bartsokas earned post-graduate scholarships from both the A-Sun and the NCAA while being named the league’s Student-Athlete of the Year and a candidate for the NCAA’s Woman of the Year award. Three A-Sun institutions ranked among the top 8 Regional Universities in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. Stetson (#3), Belmont (#5) and Mercer (#8) each earned top marks.

Headquartered in Macon, Ga., the A-Sun boasts six of the top eight media markets in the Southeast. The A-Sun includes a blend of the most prestigious and dynamic private and public institutions in the region: Belmont University, East Tennessee State University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Jacksonville University, Kennesaw State University, Lipscomb University, Mercer University, University of North Florida, University of South Carolina Upstate and Stetson University.

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