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1 Section 1: This Is TCU BASEBALL Table of Contents........................................................................................1 Championship Goals.............................................................................2-3 A Season of Memories...........................................................................4-5 Coaches Success......................................................................................6-7 Field of Dreams.......................................................................................8-9 Player Development.......................................................................... 10-11 TCU...................................................................................................... 12-13 Head of the Class............................................................................... 14-15 Chosen Wisely.................................................................................... 16-17 National Exposure............................................................................. 18-19 The Next Level.................................................................................... 20-21 The Gift of Giving.............................................................................. 22-23 Mountain West Conference............................................................. 24-25 Traditions............................................................................................. 26-27 TCU Facilities..................................................................................... 28-29 Campus Growth................................................................................. 30-31 Fort Worth, Texas.............................................................................. 32-33 Compliance............................................................................................... 34

75 SECTION 4: COACHES PROFILE Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle......................................................... 76-78 Associate Head Coach Todd Whitting................................................ 79 Assistant Coach Randy Mazey.............................................................. 80 Ryan Shotzberger/Meredith Montgomery........................................ 81 Danny Wheat/Dr. Sam Haraldson....................................................... 82 Professional Staff...................................................................................... 83 Chancellor Victor J. Boschini................................................................ 84 Athletics Director Chris Del Conte...................................................... 85

111 SECTION 7: HISTORY SECTION Individual and Team Records......................................................112-113 Season and Career Records.........................................................114-115 Year-By-Year Leaders.....................................................................116-117 Individual Accomplishments............................................................... 118 Postseason Team Awards...................................................................... 119 Year-By-Year Records.....................................................................120-124 Postseason Honors................................................................................ 125 Postseason Conference Honors.......................................................... 126 Horned Frogs In The Pros............................................................127-128 All-Time Letterwinners................................................................129-130 Legends Of TCU............................................................................131-132

35 Section 2: GENERAL INFORMATION 2010 Season Preview............................................................ 36-37 2010 Roster.................................................................................. 38 2010 TV/Radio Photo Roster................................................. 39 TCU Baseball Media Information..................................... 40-41 2010 Baseball Schedule............................................................. 42

87 Section 5: Opponents Air Force/Baylor/BYU/Cal State Bakersfield...................... 88 Cal State Fullerton/Dallas Baptist/Houston/Missouri...... 89 New Mexico/Oklahoma/Oral Roberts/Rice....................... 90 Sam Houston St./San Diego St./Texas A&M/Texas St..... 91 Texas Tech/UNLV/UT Arlington/UT San Antonio......... 92 Utah/Mountain West Conference/MWC Tournament.... 93 All-Time Series Records............................................................ 94

43 Section 3: Player profiles Matt Curry.............................................................................. 44-45 Paul Gerrish............................................................................ 46-47 Bryan Holaday....................................................................... 48-49 Tyler Lockwood.................................................................... 50-51 Eric Marshall.......................................................................... 52-53 Trent Appleby/Jason Coats................................................ 54-55 Taylor Featherston/Greg Holle......................................... 56-57 Zac Jordan/Walker Kelly..................................................... 58-59 Steven Maxwell/Kaleb Merck............................................ 60-61 Relly Mercurio/Erik Miller................................................. 62-63 Jimmie Pharr/Brance Rivera.............................................. 64-65 Aaron Schultz/Kyle Winkler.............................................. 66-67 Pete Sanborn/Jantzen Witte/Davy Wright............................ 68 Jerome Peña/Kyle Starratt........................................................ 69 Joe Weik/Griffin Davis.............................................................. 70 Tyler Duffie/Josh Elander......................................................... 71 Jarred Fancher/Steven Murray................................................. 72 Matt Purke/Al Ralston.............................................................. 73 Kyle Von Tungeln........................................................................ 74

95 Section 6: 2009 season recap 2009 Baseball Wrap-Up....................................................... 96-97 2009 Season Results................................................................... 98 2009 Final Statistics.................................................................... 99 2009 Team Superlatives.................................................. 100-102 2009 Honors and Tournaments.............................................103 2009 Mountain West Conference Information......... 104-105 2009 Senior Salutes......................................................... 106-109

Credits The 2010 TCU Baseball Media Guide was designed by Media Relations Assistant Director Brandie Davidson with editorial and design assistance from Matt Hoover and Tamara Sherrod. Special thanks to Chase Iles for editorial support. The covers were designed by Matt Hoover. Photography was provided by the late Linda Kaye, Michael Clements, Jim Boyd, Patrick Green, Keith Robinson, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce and Anthony Vassar. Special thanks to the TCU Media Relations staff for editorial services. Printing was done by Cockrell Printing in Fort Worth, Texas.

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“TCU is one of the very few schools in the country that allows you to get a great degree, play Division I baseball at the highest level, in good weather and at a place that is committed to winning a National Championship.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

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TEAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS SINCE 2004

• Hosted and won the first regional in school history after earning the program’s first No. 1 seed in 2009. • Recorded the top 6 win totals in school history, including a school-record 48 wins in 2007 (39, 2004; 41, 2005; 39, 2006; 44, 2008, 40, 2009). • One of just three schools in Texas to appear in the last six NCAA Regionals (Rice & Texas) • One of just 16 schools to make six straight appearances in the NCAA Regionals • TCU was one of just 17 schools to tally at least 44 wins in 2008 and one of just 10 schools to win at least 48 games in 2007. • The 2004 recruiting class was ranked third in the nation by Baseball America. • Baseball America ranked the 2008 recruiting class ninth in the nation. • The 2009 recruiting class was ranked fourth by Baseball America. • The team won five consecutive conference tournament titles from 2004-08 (2 in C-USA, 3 in MWC). • In their first three seasons in the Mountain West, the Frogs claimed both the regular season and conference tournament titles.

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• One of just three schools to have two players drafted in the first 54 picks in 2006 (North Carolina & Texas). • 22 players have been drafted in the MLB draft, including a school-record seven in 2007. • Set a new home attendance record on April 29, 2008 with 4,294 . • Posted three of the top five home series attendance marks in 2008. • Posted six of the top 10 home crowds in stadium history in 2009. • Nine of the top 10 crowds have come in the last four years. • Recorded 10 victories against five Top-10 teams (Baylor, Cal State Fullerton (2), East Carolina (2), Rice, Tulane, Ole Miss (2) and Texas). • The team cumulative GPA is 3.12. • Broke 27 individual and team school records. • Tied 13 individual and team school records. • Ranked in the top 10 nationally in fielding percentage (eighth in 2007, fifth in 2008). • Ranked third in the country in strikeouts per nine innings in 2006. • Had a pitcher lead the nation in wins in 2005 and 2006.

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ince arriving on campus in the summer of 2003, head coach Jim Schlossnagle has completely changed the complexion and perception of TCU Baseball. The word “champions” has become synonymous with the program as it has laid claim to five conference tournament crowns and four consecutive regular season titles. Schlossnagle and company play to win every championship they can, be it in a regular season tournament, a conference tournament or the NCAA — every championship is an important one. TCU has been a fixture in the last five NCAA Regionals, an accomplishment that only 16 other schools can claim.

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TCU’s winning percentage in conference tournaments since 2004 (19-4). Number of conference tournament championships won since 2004.

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Number of consecutive MWC regular season championships.

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Only 16 schools have appeared in the last six NCAA Regionals.

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Number of trophies the Frogs have collected since 2004.

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TCU’s winning percentage in league play since joining the MWC in 2004 (71-18). All-conference selections under head coach Jim Schlossnagle.

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“The day I took this job, I remember walking out to center field by myself and all I thought about was a night like tonight; the big crowd and the kids playing hard. I couldn’t be more proud of our team.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

ISTORICAL

A MAGICAL WEEKEND May 31, 2009 will forever be a day in history for the TCU baseball program as it marked the Horned Frogs first-ever NCAA Regional Championship. Earning a No. 1 seed and the right to host a Regional for the first time ever proved to be the right combination to move the Frogs into uncharted territory. Jason Coats’ ninth-inning single on a 3-2 offering from Oregon State’s Kevin Rhoderick scored Bryan Holaday from second and the celebration was on. A crowd of 3,191 were on hand to witness history that night. Head coach Jim Schlossnagle summed up the victory following the game: “Obviously a historic night for our program. I couldn’t be more proud of our guys. I couldn’t be more proud of our fans, administration and anybody remotely involved with TCU Athletics and baseball.” 4

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Straight victories in the NCAA Fort Worth Regional to earn their first Super Regional bid.

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Members of the squad that earned All-Regional honors.

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Runs scored in the tournament, including 13 against Oregon State on May 30.

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Team’s combined batting average in the three games (35-for-101).

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Total attendance for the three TCU games in the Regional.

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“I’m very fortunate to work alongside three of the best coaches in all of college baseball. They have proven their value both on and off the field at TCU and the other places they have been. They are championship caliber coaches all-around.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

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JIM SCHLOSSNAGLE Years of Experience: 20 NCAA Regionals: 14 Clemson: . ...................................... 1993 Tulane: . ......... 1994, 1996, 1998-2001 UNLV: ............................................ 2003 TCU: . ....................................... 2004-09 NCAA Super Regionals: 1 Tulane: . .......................................... 2001 TCU:................................................ 2009 College World Series: 1 Tulane: . .......................................... 2001 6

todd Whitting Years of Experience: 15 NCAA Regionals: 12 Houston: ....... 1997, 1999, 2000-2003 TCU:......................................... 2004-09 NCAA Super Regionals: 4 Houston: ....................... 2000, 2002-03 TCU:................................................ 2009

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Randy mazey Years of Experience: 19 NCAA Regionals: 14 Clemson (Player):................................ 1987-88 Clemson (Coach):................................ 1990-93 Charleston Southern (Coach):.................1996 Tennessee (Coach):.....................................2001 East Carolina (Coach):........................ 2003-05 TCU (Coach): ...................................... 2007-09 NCAA Super Regionals: 3 Tennessee (Coach): . ..................................2001 East Carolina (Coach):...............................2004 TCU (Coach):..............................................2009 College World Series: 2 Clemson (Coach):.......................................1991 Tennessee (Coach):.....................................2001


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Total combined years of coaching for the baseball staff.

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Combined appearances in the College World Series (Mazey 2, Schlossnagle 1).

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Combined appearances in the postseason at various levels.

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Number of years that head coach Jim Schlossnagle and Todd Whitting have been at TCU.

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Number of wins under Jim Schlossnagle since 2004.

“The coaching st aff is one of the best in the natio This is proven­b n. y the recruits th ey sign and the success TCU has had since Coach Schlossnagle has been here. Th ey put all their ti me and effort into TCU baseb all and continue to improve each season. TCU wil l be in Omaha so on because of th e work they put in to the program.” — Bryan Ker vi n, Shortstop, 200 6-08

“The TCU baseball program is one built on class and character. Along with great school and fan support, Coach Schlossnag le and staff were able to provide a positive and winn ing attitude every day. Transferring to TCU was on e of the best decisions

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“ Lupton Stadium and Williams-Reilly Field is one of the premier facilities in all of college baseball. Without question, it is what first attracted me to TCU and has made the same impact on many outstanding high school and junior college players.”

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Capacity:

LUPTON STADIUM QUICK FACTS

Opened: Dimensions: Playing Surface:

3,500 2003

330 – Lines 380 – Left Center 370 – Right Center 400 – Center Field

All-Time Record:

161-53 (.752)

All-Time Attendance: 344,956 (1,658/game) Season Attendance Record: 69,290 (2009)

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STADIUM RENOVATIONS 2005: • Wired stadium for television 2006: • Installed new video board • Added concrete around the bullpens • Added drainage behind the outfield wall 2007: • Constructed padded outfield wall • Added a warning track • Replaced infield dirt • Developed Walk of Champions 2008: • Added patios outside right field • Expanded sound system • Sun covers over the bullpen seating areas • Remodeled team entry 2009: • Added an auxiliary scoreboard along first base line • Added concourse signage • Installed a wall in the batting cages

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Average attendance per game at Lupton Stadium since it opened in 2003.

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Record number of home wins the Horned Frogs posted in 2008

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TCU’s home winning percentage (161-53) since Lupton Stadium opened in 2003. Single-game attendance record set April 29, 2008 against No. 6 Texas A&M.

Lupton stadium attendance Top 10 Crowds 1. 4/29/08 Texas A&M 2. 5/12/08 UT Pan Am 3. 5/30/09 Oregon State 4. 4/26/05 UT Pan Am 5. 5/31/09 Oregon State 6. 2/2/03 UT Arlington 7. 3/17/09 Oklahoma 8. 3/4/09 Baylor 9. 5/29/09 Wright State 10. 4/28/07 San Diego St.

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4,294 3,407 3,269 3,251 3,191 3,105 3,074 3,029 3,020 2,964

Top 5 Series Crowds 1. 2/22-24/08 Cal State Fullerton 2. 3/6-8/09 Wichita State 3. 4/27-29/07 San Diego State 4. 5/10-12/08 UT Pan American 5. 3/27-29/09 San Diego State

7,486 7,291 6,989 6,628 6,546

Year-by-year attendance Year Dates Att. Avg. 2003 28 38,581 1,377 2004 28 34,657 1,237 2005 30 46,848 1,561 2006 27 40,158 1,487 2007 29 51,373 1,712 2008 34 64,049 1,883 2009 32 69,290 2,165 Totals 208 344,956 1,658

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Home Sweet Home Named for Charlie and Marie Lupton in honor of their $2 million gift, Lupton Stadium is one of the premier facilities in all of college baseball. In addition, the playing surface is named after former head coach Roger Williams and local businessman, Michael Reilly. It offers many amenities to Horned Frogs baseball players including a spacious home clubhouse located under the main grandstand as well as indoor batting cages and an on-site training room. It also offers a unique two-deck structure as well as four luxury suites that allow fans to be extremely close to all of the action. The stadium seats 3,500 fans comfortably and features two patios on each baseline for corporate events or birthday parties. TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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layer Development P “The indoor facility is a huge advantage for us. We use it on the few occasions we have to go indoors. We are able to take a full round of infield, pitchers can throw bullpens, outfielders and catchers can throw and we have a batting cage in there, too.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

SAM BAUGH INDOOR PRACTICE FACILITY The Sam Baugh Indoor Practice Facility and Cox Field gives TCU a competitive edge in attracting top student-athletes by providing a climate-controlled practice area. The facility, which was dedicated May 10, 2008 features an 80-yard field with a regulation 52-yard width. The Jane and John Justin Foundation and the Cox Family combined to give $7 million for the 70,000-squarefoot structure named in honor of the TCU football legend. The Baugh Indoor Practice Facility encloses the existing artificial turf practice field, giving the Horned Frogs the option to move indoors on rainy days. “It is also beneficial to have when we are preparing to play on the road in a stadium that has Astroturf or FieldTurf for its’ playing surface,” said Schlossnagle. “The bottom line is that it is just another element that adds to our ability to continually develop players and our team.”

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STRENGTH & CONDITIONING

PHILOSOPHY The field of strength and conditioning is extremely dynamic and always changing. The one constant in our profession is the student-athletes. Our number one goal is to make each student athlete stronger, faster, and more powerful in whatever sport they choose to participate in. By doing these things, we help prevent injury. The sport specific training regiments are preventative in nature. As strength and conditioning professionals, we are entrusted with the care and guidance of student-athletes from across the country and mold them into elite world class athletes during their tenure at TCU. MISSION To provide a positive and energetic learning environment for student-athletes and coaches. To train both body and mind, creating an interest and desire for strength and conditioning. To assist every student athlete in achieving an optimum physical performance level, while preparing them for a lifetime of fitness.

Lupton Stadium: Behind The Scenes For the players and coaches, Lupton Stadium features locker rooms for home and visiting teams, as well as a dressing area for umpires. The spacious home clubhouse features 35 custom-built lockers for the Horned Frogs. Located under the main grandstand, the TCU clubhouse provides direct access to the Frogs’ third base dugout. Also adjacent to the TCU clubhouse are the assistant coaches offices and dressing areas for the Horned Frog coaching staff, a spacious athletic training room, laundry and equipment facilities, as well as indoor batting cages, available for year-round use. The dugouts are heated with Major League-style bat and helmet racks and spacious bullpen areas are located outside the field of play. Local, regional, and national media will also have the privilege of covering games at Lupton Stadium from one of the finest press facilities in college baseball. The Garry Williams press box has ample seating for working media. Home and visitor radio broadcasters will enjoy separate spacious booths to call the games as well. TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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HE UNIVERSITY T “TCU is one of the very few schools in the country that allows you to get a great degree, play Division I baseball at the highest level, in good weather and at a place that is committed to winning a National Championship.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

Campus Quick Facts

• 8,696 total head count for the fall 2008 semester • 5,063 total female head count (3,633 males) • 1,188 of entering freshmen were from Texas • 388 of entering freshmen were from out-of-state • 5,609 of the undergraduate population are from Texas • 1,483 of the undergraduate population are from out-of-state • 86 percent of 2007 entering freshmen were retained in 2008 • 1,592 bachelor degrees were awarded in 2007-08 • 506 full-time faculty members • 53 percent of entering freshmen were in the top 20 percent of their high school class • TCU’s endowment is among the top 60 colleges in the U.S. • 100 undergraduate majors

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• Eight different colleges on campus • Campus is 269 acres • Wireless networking provided throughout campus • More than 45 religious groups represented • 29 fraternities and sororities • 200 academic and social organizations • 2008 Business Week ranked TCU’s business school Top 40 • TCU students represent more than 85 countries • 20 graduate degrees in 54 areas • 12 doctoral fields of study • Budget of $315 million • $37,426 is the annual cost estimate to attend TCU (includes tuition, fees, room, board and books) • Member of the Mountain West Conference • Summer tuition is $865 per credit hour

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TCU MISSION STATEMENT

To educate individuals to think and act as responsible citizens in the global community.


2010 Baseball THIS IS TCU BASEBALL Areas of Undergraduate Study

AddRan College of LIBERAL ARTS Aerospace Studies Anthropology Asian Studies* British & Colonial/Post-Colonial Studies* Classical Studies* Criminal Justice Economics English Geography History Military Science Modern Language Studies · French studies · German studies · Italian studies · Japanese studies Philosophy Political Science Pre-Law Track Pre-Major Track Religion Sociology Spanish and Hispanic Studies Women’s Studies*

Neeley School of Business Business · Accounting# · Electronic Business · Entrepreneurial Management# · Finance# · Marketing# · Supply & Value Chain Mgmt. General Business* College of Science & Engineering Astronomy Biology Chemistry Child Development Computer Information Technology Computer Science Engineering · Electrical · Mechanical Environmental Earth Resources Environmental Science Geology Health Care Ethics Mathematics Neuroscience Nutritional Sciences · Coordinated Program In Dietetics · Nutrition · Food Management Physics Pre-Health Professions Track · Pre-Dentistry · Pre-Medicine · Pre-Optometry · Pre-Pharmacy · Pre-Podiatry · Pre-Veterinary Psychology Ranch Management

College of Communication Broadcast Journalism Communication Studies International Communications · News Editorial · Global Adv./Public Relations News Editorial · Newspaper/Magazine · Periodical Design · Photojournalism Film/Television/Digital Media Strategic Communications College of Fine Arts Art Administration* Art Education Art History Classical and Contemporary Dance Fashion Merchandising Graphic Design Interior Design Music · Church Music · Music Education · Orchestra Instruments · Organ · Opera · Performance · Piano · Piano Pedagogy · Voice Presentation* Studio Art Theatre · Acting · Design · Directing · Make-Up and Hair · Musical Theatre · Stagecraft

“Bridge To The World” The University is forging all-new frontiers today — the explosion of technology; the reality of a global society; the wonder found in diversity; the satisfaction of understanding the world we live in and making it better. At TCU, students find small classes (a 14:1 student-to-teacher ratio), challenging and caring professors and countless ways to get involved and lead. A challenging academic environment helps individuals grow as thinkers, writers and speakers. And learning to change the world isn’t just some lofty idea. For thousands of students who choose TCU each year, it’s what they work toward every day.

College of Education Education · Early Childhood Education · Middle School Education · Secondary Education Harris College of Nursing and Health Sciences Athletic Training Habilitation of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Health and Fitness Movement Science Nursing Physical Education Psychosocial Kinesiology Social Work Speech-Language Pathology # - available with International Emphasis * - available as a minor only

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EAD OF THE CLASS H “It is incredibly important that they leave TCU with a degree or, if they leave early, very close to getting it. Without question, my primary focus daily is to do everything I can to create an atmosphere that allows our players to achieve in the classroom.

~ Jim Schlossnagle

AASO Mission Statement

The Athletic Academic Services Office (AASO) made up of the Davis Academic Learning Center and the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center offers exceptional academic support services for all Horned Frog student-athletes. The AASO is client-centered in its objectives and goals as it provides an environment conducive to academic achievement and personal development. Life Skills programming ensures that Horned Frog student-athletes receive a wellrounded academic experience and are prepared for the challenges after TCU. In addition to five full-time staff members, the AASO also utilizes two graduate students and five undergrad student workers in addition to a pool of 50-plus tutors who provide at least 200 weekly sessions.

The AASO Staff

Kelle Branting

Judy Golden

Chris Uchacz

Shawn Worthen Kathy Raines

Nancy Weiser

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3.09 for the 2009 fall semester. 15

Athletic teams that posted a GPA of 3.0 or better in the fall of 2009.

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Cumulative GPA for the entire athletics department.

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DAVIS ACADEMIC LEARNING CENTER Housed in the John Justin Athletic Center, the Athletic Academic Services office includes individual tutor rooms, group study rooms and a computer lab. The center provides members of TCU’s athletic teams with much-needed academic space near the Walsh Complex athletic training and strength and conditioning facilities. ABE MARTIN ACADEMIC ENHANCEMENT CENTER Completed in the fall of 2008, the new Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center is a valuable tool that helps TCU in its academics mission. Among several features included in the 7,000 square-foot facility are: • A 160-seat interactive classroom featuring the latest technology and teaching tools • Seven new individual tutor rooms • A spacious computer lab with 32 new desktop machines

Student-athletes who graduated in the 2008-09 academic year. Student-Athletes who earned Academic All-MWC honors in 2008-09. Percent of student-athletes who posted a GPA of 3.0 or higher in the fall of 2009. Members of the baseball team who earned a GPA of 3.0 or better.

BASEBALL’S 3.0 CLUB When head coach Jim Schlossnagle arrived on campus in the summer of 2004, he made it very clear that academics were a top priority of the program. Along with stressing the importance of getting the job done in the classroom, Schlossnagle established the 3.0 Club which honors members of the team who attain a 3.0 GPA for the semester. At the beginning of each semester, at a team meeting, the coaching staff presents each member of the club with a T-Shirt that has 3.0 Club on it to all members of the club. “To win championships, I believe that you need to be able to perform at a championship level on and off the field, especially in the classroom,” Schlossnagle said. “We talk about having over a 3.0 GPA as a team as our Academic Omaha…so, I like to recognize those that perform at that level and help us reach our goals.” In the fall of 2009, the Horned Frogs had 23 members of its squad record a GPA of 3.0 or better. Aaron Schultz was the lone Frog to finish with a perfect 4.0 GPA in the fall. As a team, they posted a 3.091 GPA. “It is an honor and something that I take pride in as a student-athlete,” Hunt Woodruff said. “By being a member of the 3.0 club, I am helping our team achieve its overall goal of having a team GPA of 3.0 or better.” TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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HOSEN WISELY C “I chose to come to TCU because it felt right. TCU has top notch everything. From the sports, to the facilities, to the coaches. I knew that at TCU I was going to develop into the best player I could be.” ~ Brance Rivera

where are they now?

Clint Arnold (2007-08)....................... Territory Manager Aqua Metric Don Bodenhamer (1970-73)........................................................Attorney Ben Carruthers (2006-09)............................................ Financial Planner Roger Covert (1962-64)............................................................ Car Dealer Barry Davis (1981-84)................................Entrepreneur, Gas Pipelines Scott Deskins (1986-87).................. Entrepreneur, Land Development Tom Hill (1953-55)........................................................................Attorney Dr. Frank Johnstone (1971-74).................................................. Physician Chuck Lamar (1977-78)......................................... MLB Administration Mike Macko (1991-92).................................................Physical Therapist Tim Mauser (1986-88).................................................Ranch Real Estate Jay Meadows (1985).................................................................Investments Greg Meyer (1978-81)......................................... Banker & NFL Official Davey O’Brien (1937-38)............................... Heisman Trophy Winner Ryan Pack (2005-06)...........................................Fort Worth Fire Fighter Scott Ringnald (1979-80)............................................................ Insurance Reese Ryan (1996-97).................................C.F.O Round Rock Express Reid Ryan (1992-94)................................... C.E.O Round Rock Express Jared Shope (1989-91).......................................................... Entrepreneur Kenny Thompson (2001-04)........................................Democratic Party Carl Warwick (1956-57)..........................................................Investments Lew Williams (1986-87).......................................................... Oil and Gas Roger Williams (1968-71).............. Candidate for Texas State Senator

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cause of me to TCU be co to e os ch “I tunity to and the oppor es h ac co e th y has ever g that nobod in h et m so o d and win ere at TCU, go done before h — Kyle orld Series.” the College W Winkler

“I fell in love with the progr am and the people th at work here. It’s a great place to be. I found that th is was very good place fo r players. I lo ve the area and the schoo l. I really like what the coaching staff has done in re cent years with their pla yers and it’s just a really good fam ily atmospher e. ” — Matt Purke

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hether it’s to stay close to home or to help the program accomplish “firsts” on the diamond, there is no question that members of the TCU baseball family feel they’ve made the right decision where to spend their collegiate career. Academics also plays a significant role in recruiting potential student-athletes to TCU. The University’s outstanding commitment – from the administration, faculty and staff – gives every TCU student a competitive advantage in the classroom. Why do studentathletes choose to be Horned Frogs? It comes down to winning – on and off the playing field.

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I chose to co me to TCU be cause of their unique blend of baseball do minance and small class size s. The small cl asses provide the best oppo rtun prepare for lif ity for me to be able to e after baseba ll.” — Josh Elander

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Number of players on the roster that hail from the state of Texas.

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Number of Horned Frogs from the Houston area.

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Number of Frogs from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

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Number of states represented on the 2010 roster.

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Number of players who have graduated and are in graduate school (Marshall and Gerrish).

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ATIONAL EXPOSURE N “We are very lucky to be in a conference that has it’s own television network, The Mtn. Along with the television partners, including Versus and CBS College Sports, we get as much television exposure as anyone in the country.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

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hile the Frogs can be see regularly on the television, it doesn’t stop there. Since Jim Schlossnagle’s arrival on campus the Horned Frogs have been noticed on a different national level.

The summer of 2006 marked the Frogs first foray into international competition with the national team as Schlossnagle was named assistant coach and sophomore Jake Arrieta earned a spot in the starting rotation. The summer of 2008 brought another level of recognition as TCU was the only school with two former players on the initial 2008 Olympic squad in Arrieta and Eugene Espineli. Espineli’s promotion to the Big Leagues prevented him from participating, while Arrieta won his only start in the Olympics. Current Frog athletes Kyle Winkler and Matt Purke have past experience with USA Baseball. Purke is a three-time representative with the 16U squad in 2006 and with the 18U team in 2007 and 2008. Winkler was also a member of the 16U squad in 2006 as well as taking part in the National Team trials in the summer of 2009. USA Baseball continues to recognize the growth of the TCU Baseball program as team athletic trainer Danny Wheat was named the head athletic trainer for the 2010 National Collegiate team. Kyle Winkler is already on the invite list for the trials which are slated to begin in July of 2010.

USA BASEBALL NOTES 2006: Collegiate National Team • Team USA finished 28-2-1. • The .919 win percentage was a USA Baseball record. • The squad captured the country’s first-ever gold medal on Cuban soil. • Arrieta made six starts and finished with a 4-0 record. • He posed a miniscule 0.27 ERA in 33.2 innings pitched with 34 strikeouts. 2008: Beijing Olympic squad • Jake Arrieta and Eugene Espineli were named on the initial 20man roster in July. • Arrieta was one of five starting pitchers on the squad. • Tallied a 1-0 record in his lone start at the Olympics. • Allowed no runs on two hits in seven innings of work with seven strikeouts. 2009: USA World Cup Team • Eugene Espineli was a member of the gold-medal winning club. • Athtletic trainer Danny Wheat was an assistant athletic trainer with the squad. 2010: Collegiate National Team • Athletic trainer Danny Wheat will be the head athletic trainer for the squad. • Kyle Winkler has earned an early invite to the trials in July. TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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HE NEXT LEVEL T “There is no doubt that we can match up with anyone in the country in terms of producing quality players for professional baseball.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

PLAYERS DRAFTED SINCE 2004

2004 Eugene Espineli Clayton Jerome

14th San Francisco 41st Texas

2005 Lance Broadway 1st Chicago (AL) Kyle Dahlberg 13th Baltimore Stuart Musslewhite 24th Baltimore Shawn Ferguson 36th Baltimore 2006 Chad Huffman Brad Furnish Shawn Ferguson Brent Allar

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San Diego St. Louis Milwaukee Baltimore

2007 Sam Demel Andrew Walker Jake Arrieta Chance Corgan Keith Conlon Cody Dunbar Seth Garrison

2nd Oakland 5th Pittsburgh 5th Baltimore 5th San Francisco 14th San Diego 21st Toronto 25th Boston

2008 Andrew Cashner Seth Garrison Bryan Kervin

1st Chicago (NL) 23rd Boston 27th Toronto

2009 Matt Vern Matt Carpenter Chris Ellington

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2010 Baseball THIS IS TCU BASEBALL ACHIEVING A DREAM Every baseball player aspires to play professional baseball. For most baseball players the journey begins early in little league and grows with them as they advance through summer ball, elite baseball camps, high school and on into college. Since Jim Schlossnagle’s arrival at TCU, the presence of Horned Frog alumni in professional baseball has grown. In the past six years, 21 players have been drafted, eight of which have gone in the first 10 rounds. Horned Frog athletes have had a number of successes in the minor leagues with two, Lance Broadway and Eugene Espineli, already making their debuts in the big leagues. “In the area of development, we want to do everything we can to see that each of our players reaches his potential. For some, that means advancing on to professional baseball and the major leagues. There is no doubt that, if you evaluate what has happened at TCU in the last six years with regard to the MLB Draft, we can match up with anyone in the country in terms of producing quality players for professional baseball. In addition, they don’t just leave here as high or higher draft picks, but they are also prepared and healthy to go compete in the minor leagues and advance up the ladder in pro ball,” said head coach Jim Schlossnagle.

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“It’s important that everyone in our program realize how blessed we are and the influence that our players can have on people in the community. At the same time, it’s also important for our players to learn perspective and, hopefully, they can develop a sense of servitude that will last a lifetime.”

ift of giving G ~ Jim Schlossnagle

SENSE OF SERVITUDE TCU student-athletes care about their community. From reading to school children and visiting Cook Children’s Medical Center to helping with Habitat for Humanity and the local Big Brothers Big Sisters organization, Horned Frogs are getting involved. To highlight one initiative in 2008-09, student-athletes helped with SuperFrog’s Reading Challenge, a program that encourages Fort Worth area elementary school children to read. TCU student-athletes visited more than 30 schools, handed out bookmarks, and read with students. Top readers were awarded tickets to a TCU football or baseball game. The baseball squad sets aside a special game each season to honor area middle school kids for achievements throughout the year. 22

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Number of times the TCU baseball team has visited Cook’s Children’s Hospital since 2004. The top attendance mark for the Frogs’ annual Kid’s Day at Lupton Stadium (May 12, 2008). Number of times the team has participated in the Frogs for the Cure Pink Out football game. Number of elementary schools that participate in TCU’s Super Frog Reading Challenge.

Number of times the baseball team has earned the Hal Jay Community Spirit Award (2007-08) Number of seasons the Frogs have hosted a Pink Out game at Lupton Stadium

HAL JAY COMMUNITY SPIRIT AWARD The generosity of Alan Saxx, a professor at UTA, established this award in honor of an outstanding community ambassador, Mr. Hal Harbuck. Hal Jay is a true fan of TCU and its athletics programs. In his professional life as a popular radio personality he brings fun and enjoyment to thousands of morning radio listeners, promoting the university whenever he can. The Hal Jay Community Spirit Athlete Award is presented annually to a TCU student-athlete or team who has gone above and beyond the call of duty in the field of community service. The baseball squad was the 2007-08 award recipient. They definitely exceeded expectations of serving the community while balancing the demanding roles of “students” and “athletes.” The baseball team is involved in a variety of campus and community service activities. You may see them volunteering at Cooks Children’s Hospital or building a house for Habitat for Humanity. They are avid supporters of the Frog Club Reading Challenge and have recently become very involved in Frogs for the Cure. On Mother’s Day, you will see this team wearing pink jersey’s to increase breast cancer awareness. TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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“2009 was a landmark year in the history of MWC baseball. We were one of the very few leagues in the country to put at least three teams in the NCAA Tournament. With so many programs doing well nationally and the continued potential for growth, the MWC is quickly becoming an outstanding college baseball league.””

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MWC Teams At A Glance Mountain West • Sent three teams to the NCAA Tournament in 2009. • League was seventh in the final RPI. • Boasted 2009’s No. 1 draft pick. Air Force Falcons • Returns 14 letterwinners from last season’s team. • Welcomes 17 newcomers in 2010. • Has six returning starters. BYU Cougars • Finished third in the league with a14-8 record. • Return 22 letterwinners. • Had five all-conference members in 2009. New Mexico Lobos • Led the nation in batting average (.363). • Returns 18 letterwinners in 2010. • Had five first-team all-conference players. San Diego State Aztecs • Produced the No. 1 overall draft pick in 2009 (Stephen Strasburg). • Appeared in the NCAA Regionals. • Returns the nation’s top closer (A. Reed). TCU Horned Frogs • Won the regular season for the fourth straight season. • Earned a berth in the Super Regionals. • Ranked No. 15 in the preseason. UNLV Rebels • Returns 19 letterwinners in 2010. • Produced three all-conference players. • Has five returning starters.

MWC Television Partners CBS COLLEGE SPORTS CBS College Sports, the 24-hour power in college sports, is the nation’s leading digital and cable programming company dedicated to college sports. The network connects more fans to more college sports than any other company and is now available to more than 80 million households across the nation. The Mtn. – Mountain West Sports Network The Mtn. - Mountain West Sports Network became the first network dedicated to a collegiate athletic conference when it debuted in 2006. It provides sports fans blanket coverage of MWC athletics across multiple sports. The Mtn. features more MWC games on television than ever before, including 30 live MWC football games, 75 live men’s basketball games, 23 live women’s basketball games, conference championships and men’s and women’s Olympic sports.

Utah Utes • Won the 2009 MWC Postseason Tournament as the six seed. • Reached the championship game of the Fullerton Regional. • Had the league Freshman of the Year (Cron).

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“We want to create an atmosphere that is attractive to both the serious and novice baseball fan. From the diehard, longtime TCU fan to the family of four that is attending their first college baseball game, we want everyone to walk away from a TCU baseball game saying they had a great time.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

What The Heck Is A Horned Frog? • The scientific name for this Texas reptile is phrynosoma cornutum; in Greek, phrynos means “a toad” and soma means “body”; in Latin, conutus means “horned.” • Their primary diet is red harvester ants. They typically eat 80-100 a day. • The typical horned frog is three to five inches long. • Horned frogs are cold-blooded animals and have an unusual pineal gland, resembling a “third eye” on the top of the head, which zoologists believe is part of their system of thermoregulation. • When angered or frightened, horned frogs can squirt a fine, four-foot stream of blood from their eyes. • The horned frog was named State Reptile of Texas in 1992.

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Number of conference championships won in 2008-09 (3 regular season, 1 tournament). Number of TCU programs that reached postseason play in 200809. Amount in millions donated to the athletics department last year. Student-Athletes who received 1st-team All-American honors Student-Athletes who earned 1stteam All-MWC honors.

Traditions

Alma Mater

Hail All Hail, TCU Memories Sweet, Comrades True Light of Faith, Follow Through Praise to Thee, TCU

Fight Song

We’ll raise a song, both loud and long To cheer our team to victory For TCU, so tried and true, We pledge eternal loyalty. Rah, Rah, TCU! Fight on boys, fight, with all your might Roll up the scores for TCU Hail white and purple flag Whose heroes never lag, Horned Frog, we are all for you!

Fight Song Chant

F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Purple, White, Horned Frogs Fight Victory, Victory, Right, Right, Right Rah, Rah TCU! Rah, Rah, TCU F-R-O-G-S F-I-G-H-T Go, Go, Horned Frogs Go TCU Frogs Fight TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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“We are fortunate at TCU that our administration understands the importance of building facilities that are not only first-class, but also functional and both player and fan friendly. Every year, we want to do something to make our facilities better.”

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Athletics Overview

TCU’s family of athletics venues continues to expand and improve. 2008-09 saw the opening of the Dutch Meyer Athletic Complex and Abe Martin Academic Enhancement Center. The facility provides more computer work stations and tutor facilities for the entire student-athlete population, while offering football fans a unique view of TCU football games. In 2010, the soccer stadium will begin building the Jane Justin Fieldhouse. The fieldhouse will be approximately 5,000 square feet and include home and visitor locker rooms, an officials locker room, a training room, offices, lounge area and wrap-around raised viewing terrace. Future projects call for a complete renovation of Amon G. Carter Stadium and construction of the Olympic Sports Complex.

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“First Class Operation”

TCU takes pride in its ability to provide student-athletes with some of the finest facilities possible. Horned Frog athletes have seen multiple facility upgrades in recent years. The Schollmaier Basketball Complex, complete in 2004, gave both men’s and women’s basketball programs a brand-new practice facility, while the baseball team benefitted from the construction of the $7 million Lupton Stadium in 2003. The tennis, track and field, soccer, volleyball and swimming and diving programs have also seen individual sport improvements since 2000, a multi-million-dollar Olympic Sports Complex is one of the many projects in the works for the future of TCU athletics. Additionally, the athletics department installed new state-of the-art LED scoreboards at multiple sites, including volleyball, tennis, swimming and diving, basketball and football.

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AMPUS GROWTH C “Facilities represent commitment and when you look across our campus, including athletics, you realize that the entire TCU community is committed to providing all of our students with a first class experience.�

~ Jim Schlossnagle

Brown-Lupton University Union

Better known as the BLUU, construction of the 145,000 square foot student union was completed in the fall of 2008, giving TCU students a more spacious and functional facility that serves as the beating heart of the campus. A new dining facility, auditorium, conference rooms, gift shop and student organization headquarters are some of the many services that the new union offers to TCU students, faculty and staff. The BLUU features three separate dining options, including Market Square, an 800-seat hall where TCU students can watch their food being grilled, seared, tossed or baked to order. Market Square boasts seven different varieties of cuisine from which students can select on all-you-can-eat terms.

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“Building The Future� Texas Christian University recently completed a $150 million Campus Commons project that helped meet goals established through Vision in Action, a strategic planning initiative created to help bring the University into a new era. The project radically changed the face of the TCU campus. Individual projects already completed include the construction of the new TCU Barnes and Noble Bookstore and Mabee Foundation Education Complex, in addition to four new student residence halls and the Grand Marc apartment complex. The fall of 2008 saw the completion of the $45 million Brown-Lupton University Union. TCU Barnes & Noble Bookstore Construction of a two-story, 34,000 square-foot facility replaced the bookstore that was destroyed by fire during renovation in March 2006. This was a joint venture with Barnes & Noble, which operates the bookstore. This new facility is located on the corner of University Drive and W. Berry Street. Key elements include expanded books sales and retail space; lounge and reading areas, a mezzanine for text books and study areas; and a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating. Residence Halls Construction of four residence halls totaling approximately 220,000 square feet providing housing for 628 residents. Student housing administrative offices are located on the ground floor of Kelley Wright Samuelson Hall. Samuelson and Amon G. Carter (the two northernmost) were completed in the Summer of 2007, followed by Theresa and Luther King Hall and Mary and Robert J. Wright Hall in December of 2007. J.E & L.E Mabee Foundation Education Complex Renovation of the interior of the existing Bailey Building and construction of an adjoining three-story 23,000 square foot addition, named the Betsy and Steve Palko Hall.

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ORT WORTH, TEXAS F “Fort Worth allows you to lead any kind of life you want, small town or big city. There is a tremendous sense of pride in the community and an ownership of TCU.”

~ Jim Schlossnagle

Fort Worth/Dallas Quick Facts

• Dallas/Fort Worth is made up of 12 counties (TCU is located in Tarrant County) • There are 13 movie theaters in Fort Worth and surrounding areas. • The Metroplex’s total population of nearly 6.1 million residents ranks No. 4 among the top metropolitan areas in the United States. • There are just under 600,000 people living in Fort Worth. • The land area of Fort Worth is 293 square miles. • Approximately 7.5 million people visit Fort Worth each year, bring $900 million to the local economy. • Fort Worth is home to Billy Bob’s, the largest honky-tonk in the world. The inside of this landmark is three acres. • Fort Worth is also home to a baseball independent league franchise, the Fort Worth Cats. • There are approximately 1,500 churches in the Dallas/ Fort Worth area. 32

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“A City With Spirit”

Fort Worth continues to wear its cowboy heritage and exudes a prop-your-feet-up-and-stay-awhile spirit. Smiles and nods are the norm. Optimism, like a friendly handshake, is undeniable. Yet as much as Fort Worth began on the open range, it thrives more today as a cosmopolitan city. It marries a proud cowboy heritage with a distinct sophistication that sets the city apart. Downtown itself is only five miles from campus. Sundance Square invites patrons to enjoy the 20-block entertainment and shopping venue. Where else can you take your pick of more than 25 upscale eateries, see a movie, attend a play, listen to a symphony or dance under the stars – all within walking distance of each other? Fort Worth connects with nearby Dallas and other surrounding communities for what is simply known as the “Metroplex,” which boats a total population of more than 6.1 million to form the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the United States.

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Who is a Prospective Student-Athlete (Prospect)? You are a prospect if you have started classes for the ninth grade. Before the ninth grade, you may become a prospect if a university provides you (or your family or friends) any financial aid or other benefit that is not usually provided to prospective student-athletes. How do I know if I’m being recruited? There are several ways to be recruited: (1) A coach may provide you with an official paid visit to view the campus, (2) a coach may arrange an in-person, offcampus meeting with you (or your family), or (3) a coach or staff member may call you (or your family) on more than one occasion for the purpose of recruitment. Only coaches and athletic department staff can be involved in the recruiting process. Athletic representatives are prohibited from contacting a prospective student-athlete or members of his/her family by telephone, letter or in person for the purpose of encouraging participation in athletics at TCU. Please contact the coaching staff if you know of a prospect that may have the interest and ability to participate in intercollegiate athletics at TCU. The coach can then take appropriate action.

INSTITUTIONAL CONTROL

"Institutional control" of Athletics is a fundamental requirement of NCAA rules. The NCAA constitution provides that each institution shall be responsible for ensuring that student-athletes, members of the institution's staff and other individuals or groups that represent the institution's athletics interests comply with all applicable NCAA regulations. Because of the complexity of NCAA rules, this document does not include all applicable situations and should not be relied upon exclusively.

Boosters

Who is a "booster"? A "booster" is known in NCAA terms as a "representative of the institution's athletics interests." You become a booster if: • you have ever been a member of any organization promoting TCU Athletics, • you have ever made any type of donation to the Frog Club, TCU Athletics or any other TCU booster organization, • you have ever assisted in evaluating or recruiting prospective student-athletes, • you have ever assisted in providing benefits to enrolled student-athletes or their families, • you have promoted TCU Athletics in any other manner. NCAA Bylaw 13.02.12.1 mandates that when you become a booster, you retain that identity for the rest of your life. As a representative of TCU's athletics interests, you are bound by NCAA rules. TCU is responsible for your actions.

What is contact?

A contact is any face-to-face encounter between a prospect or the prospect’s parent(s) or legal guardian and an institutional staff member or athletic representative during which any dialogue occurs in excess of an exchange of greeting. NOTE: At the Division I level, athletic representatives (boosters) may not contact you for the purpose of recruiting. What can TCU offer you to attend? You (or your family) may not receive any benefit, inducement, or arrangements (e.g. cash, clothing, cars, gifts, loans, etc…) to encourage you to sign a National Letter of Intent. TCU may offer you a one-year scholarship that covers room and board, tuition and fees, and required course-related books, or any part of these. TCU can recommend that this aid is renewed each year, as is the general practice at the institution, but this renewal is not guaranteed.

OFFICE OF ATHLETICS COMPLIANCE CONTACT INFO NCAA 700 W. Washington Street Indianapolis, IN 46206 (317) 917-6222 www.ncaa.org Andrea Nordmann Associate Athletics Director of Compliance

John Cunningham Director of Athletics - Compliance

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COMPLIANCE STAFF Associate Athletics Director of Compliance Andrea Nordmann (817) 257-6899 a.nordmann@tcu.edu Director of Athletics-Compliance John Cunningham (817) 257-5869 j.a.cunningham@tcu.edu Administrative Assistant Stephanie Key (817) 257-7525 stephanie.key@tcu.edu


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n historical season in 2009 has raised the bar for the TCU baseball team as the program hosted an NCAA Regional and came within a win of advancing to the College World Series. While the lineup will look a lot different in 2010, the entire starting rotation and the majority of the bullpen return to anchor what many hope is another historical season. The coaching staff will be charged with the task to replace four everyday starters in the field, including three of the four infield positions. Hard work in the offseason saw the nation’s fourth-ranked recruiting class make its way to campus, including three players who were drafted and chose school over professional baseball. In total, the roster features 10 newcomers, including three junior college transfers.

STARTING PITCHING Experience will be the name of the game on the mound for the Frogs in 2010 as the squad returns all but one starting pitcher from a year ago. Add to the group five talented newcomers and it sets up to be a deep staff that will challenge the coaches to maximize the potential of the staff. Paul Gerrish (7-2, 3.84 ERA) and Kyle Winkler (71, 4.15) emerged as a solid one-two punch at the end of the season and again should factor into the starting rotation. Gerrish provides solid leadership to a group of pitchers that features nine underclassmen. Winkler led the team with 14 starts in his freshman campaign. Splitting time as a midweek starter and a weekend starter, Steven Maxwell (3-2, 6.10 ERA) had perhaps the best fall of any pitcher on the squad. Maxwell, who made 10 starts a year ago, is close to two years removed from “Tommy John” surgery and should make a more permanent move to the weekend rotation. Greg Holle (5-2, 3.89 ERA) had a solid sophomore campaign, serving as a midweek starter for the majority of the season. He could again fill that role in 2010 or make a move to the bullpen to provide the Frogs’ with options for a long reliever. For the first time since 2006, the starting rotation could feature a left-handed pitcher with the addition of freshman Matt Purke, the 14th overall pick by the Texas Rangers in the MLB Draft. Purke had a solid start to his collegiate career with an impressive fall campaign as he pushes for a spot in the weekend rotation. Transfer Kyle Starratt brings another form of experience after starting for two seasons for a talented Western Nevada squad that reached the Junior College World Series.

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THE BULLPEN Depth and talent will define the bullpen for the 2010 team. Along with first-team all-conference performer Trent Appleby (4-1, 3.61 ERA), Tyler Lockwood (4-2, 4.71 ERA) will lead a group that features a strong mix of veterans and youth. Appleby and Lockwood have proven to be durable in their time at TCU and should eat up the bulk of the middle innings in relief. The pair have a combined 108 appearances in their time at TCU and each have been all-conference performers. Behind the two veterans is a group of underclassmen that features three freshmen and one sophomore. On the right side, Tyler Duffie had a solid fall campaign that should give him confidence heading into his first collegiate season. Griffin Davis also provides the coaching staff with another option from the right side after making the squad as a walk-on. A pair of left-handers will also allow the coaching staff to match-up with their opponents. Walker Kelly (1-2, 7.71 ERA) gained valuable experience as a freshman and should see more time this season. Steven Murray also put together an impressive fall season, which should give the coaches confidence to call on him throughout the season.

CLOSER After two years of question marks at the closer position heading into the season, 2010 offers a unique opportunity with the return of three talented pitchers who all have the ability to close out ballgames. Fifth-year senior Eric Marshall (1.48 ERA, 9 saves) brings a wealth of experience to the mound after taking control of the closer role in the middle of the 2009 season. His presence and experience on the mound should see him return to the closer role in 2010. Knocking on the door with a mix of power and deception are a pair of sophomores who each got a taste of closing out ballgames as freshmen in 2009. Erik Miller (4.50 ERA, 3 saves) made 22 appearances a year ago and put together a strong fall campaign. A year of collegiate baseball under his belt can only help him as he continues to evolve into a pitcher the staff can count on late in contests, either as a closer or as a set-up man. Facing a similar situation as Miller is another talented right-hander in Kaleb Merck (5.94 ERA, 1 save). Merck saw action in 17 contests, gaining valuable experience. Whichever route the coaches go, the options are there and all three have the ability to get the job done.

Returning Pitchers (10): Name Yr. W-L Eric Marshall Sr. 2-2 Trent Appleby Jr. 4-1 Paul Gerrish Sr. 7-2 Greg Holle Jr. 5-2 Kyle Winkler So. 7-1 Erik Miller So. 0-2 Tyler Lockwood Sr. 4-2 Kaleb Merck So. 0-0 Steven Maxwell Jr. 3-2 Walker Kelly So. 1-2

ERA 1.48 3.61 3.84 3.89 4.15 4.50 4.71 5.94 6.10 7.71

IP 30.1 57.1 61.0 41.2 73.2 26.0 70.2 16.2 38.1 11.2

K 20 47 59 26 48 25 44 22 27 18

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n what has become tradition at TCU, head coach Jim Schlossnagle has put together another competitive schedule. The slate includes 28 games at Lupton Stadium and Williams-Reilly Field and is spread over the new 14-week period. Opening day for 2010 is February 19 against 2009 NCAA Regional participant, Sam Houston State. In all, the Frogs will play 22 games against opponents that appeared in the NCAA Tournament a year ago, including one game against Rice, who advanced to the Super Regionals as well three contests against College World Series participant, Cal State Fullerton. TCU’s conference slate features home-and-home series against BYU and Air Force in addition to hosting San Diego State and UNLV. Road trips to New Mexico and Utah also highlight the schedule. The conference tournament heads west to San Diego for the next two seasons.

MIDDLE INFIELD Faced with a hole at shortstop a year ago, the coaching staff found their man in Taylor Featherston (.322, 28 RBIs). This season, the coaches will have to fill an enormous void on the right side with the departures of second basemen Ben Carruthers and Corey Steglich. Newcomer Jerome Peña appears to have the upperhand to fill the vacancy as he brings two years of junior college experience to the table. He was a 40th round pick of the New York Mets over the summer, but elected to fulfill his commitment to TCU. Featherston weathered the ups and downs of a freshman season and came out on the other side. A mid-season switch to second righted the ship and he excelled in the second half of the season, both offensively and defensively, at shortstop. Aaron Schultz (.254, 9 RBIs) filled in in the outfield last season but is a natural infielder. Newcomer Jarred Fancher could also see some time on the infield.

CORNER INFIELD Graduation left big holes at the corner infield positions with the departures of Matt Vern and Matt Carpenter. Not a lot of experience returns, but the coaching staff does have a plethora of options for replacements with players who have been in program for a few seasons. The most likely candidate to step in at first base is Matt Curry (.315, 31 RBIs). Curry made nine starts at first in 2009. A good summer and fall should see his power numbers rise in 2010. The void at third base will see youth for the first time in five seasons. After redshirting in 2009, Jantzen Witte is the odds-on favorite to take over at the hot corner. He has shown the ability to be a good defender and can handle the bat as well. The coaches also have options at third base in Davy Wright, who missed last season with an injury. Relly Mercurio has been in the program for three seasons and could see some playing time at first.

OUTFIELD Youth will patrol the outfield grounds this season following the departure of all-conference outfielder Chris Ellington. He was the lone senior in the outfield, while a pair of freshmen patrolled left and center field. The departure of Ellington has opened up a spot in right field and there is no shortage of players to fill the void. Early indications have freshman newcomer Josh Elander making his collegiate debut in right field. Elander has the power potential that the Frogs will need with the loss of Ellington. Aaron Schultz (.254, 9 RBIs) was thrust into action due to an injury and performed admirably in 2009. Schultz’s experience could garner him playing time in 2010. Freshman Kyle Von Tungeln is nipping at his heels for the starting nod. A natural outfielder with speed, Von Tungeln had a strong fall campaign and hits from the left side. An everyday player in left field in 2009, Jason Coats (.316, 32 RBIs) should be a lock to fill that spot again. He gained valuable experience over the summer in Alaska and put together a solid fall camp. More options for late inning defensive purposes come in the form of Brance Rivera (.250, 6 RBIs) and Zac Jordan (.250, 2 RBIs). Both are strong outfielders with experience that will help the Frogs. Returning Position Players (12): Name Yr. Avg. 2B HR RBI Taylor Featherston So. .322 13 5 28 Jason Coats So. .316 17 6 32 Matt Curry Sr. .315 10 3 31 Bryan Holaday Sr. .300 10 10 48 Jimmie Pharr Jr. .255 6 1 8 Aaron Schultz So. .254 1 2 9 Brance Rivera So. .250 0 0 6 Zac Jordan So. .250 3 0 2 Relly Mercurio So. .000 0 0 0 Pete Sanborn Fr. — Redshirted — Jantzen Witte Fr. — Redshirted — Davy Wright Fr. — Redshirted — Position Players Lost (8): Name Yr. Avg. Matt Vern Sr. .360 Matt Carpenter Sr. .333 Chris Ellington Sr. .331 Corey Steglich Sr. .296 Ben Carruthers Sr. .275 Hunt Woodruff Sr. .217 Brett Medlin So. .200 Eric Givens So. .000

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CATCHER/DESIGNATED HITTER The catching position is perhaps the deepest and most talented group of players on the team. All-conference performer Bryan Holaday (.300, 48 RBIs) returns for his senior campaign as does Jimmy Pharr (.255, 8 RBIs). The addition of freshman Josh Elander gives the coaching staff multiple options. Holaday has proven to be one of the top defensive catchers in the country. A rise in his power numbers in 2009 saw him bust out with 10 home runs, making him the leading power threat returning in 2010. With his ability to shut down the opponents run game, he should see the majority of the time behind the plate. Pharr has gained valuable experience behind Holaday and provides a reliable back-up to spell Holaday. More than likely, Pharr’s at-bats will come in a pinch hitting role or as the designated hitter. Elander was a high school All-American as a catcher. When not playing in the outfield, he may get his feet wet behind the plate with an eye to the future. Pete Sanborn returns, providing depth in the bullpen. The coaching staff has a number of options for the designated hitter roll. Junior college transfer Joe Weik appears to have the early lead on the position, but Davy Wright could push for some significant time there as well. Newcomers (5): Name Yr. Bats Josh Elander Fr. R Jarred Fancher Fr. R Jerome Peña Jr. B Kyle Von Tungeln Fr. L Joe Weik Jr. R

Previous School Round Rock HS Katy HS Western Nevada Kempner HS Weatherford JC

2B HR RBI SB 13 17 54 16 23 11 47 13 21 6 52 2 7 2 31 7 8 2 19 3 1 2 6 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

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frogs by class Seniors (5): Curry, Gerrish, Holaday, Lockwood, Marshall

Juniors (7): Appleby, Holle, Maxwell, Peña, Pharr, Starratt, Weik Sophomores (10): Coats, Featherston, Jordan, Kelly, Merck, Mercurio, Miller, Rivera, Schultz, Winkler Freshmen (10): Davis, Duffie, Elander, Fancher, Murray, Purke, Sanborn, Von Tungeln, Witte, Wright

frogs by STATE

Texas (26): Appleby, Coats, Curry, Davis, Duffie, Elander, Fancher, Featherston, Holaday, Jordan, Kelly, Lockwood, Maxwell, Merck, Mercurio, Miller, Murray, Pharr, Purke, Sanborn, Schultz, Von Tungeln, Weik, Winkler, Witte, Wright Idaho (2): Gerrish, Starratt Arizona (1): Peña Illinois (1): Marshall Iowa (1): Rivera New York (1): Holle

Pronunciation guide Paul Gerrish............................... GARE-ish Greg Holle........................................... Holly Relly Mercurio..................MER-Cure-e-o Jerome Peña................................... PAIN-ya Jimmie Pharr............................................Far Kyle Starratt.....................................Stare-It Kyle Von Tungeln.............Von Tun-glenn Joe Weik............................................ Why-K Todd Whitting...............................WIT-ing Jantzen Witte.......................................Wit-E

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# 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 29 31 33 35 38 40 41 42 43 44 47

Name Pos. Kyle Von Tungeln OF Jerome Peña INF/OF Davy Wright UT Steven Maxwell RHP Brance Rivera INF Kaleb Merck RHP Kyle Winkler RHP Trent Appleby RHP Taylor Featherston INF Kyle Starratt RHP Tyler Duffie RHP Bryan Holaday C Matt Curry INF Walker Kelly LHP Griffin Davis RHP Jarred Fancher INF/OF Zac Jordan OF Josh Elander C/OF Paul Gerrish RHP Steven Murray LHP Relly Mercurio INF Aaron Schultz INF/OF Jimmie Pharr C Joe Weik INF Jantzen Witte INF Jason Coats OF Eric Marshall RHP Pete Sanborn C Tyler Lockwood RHP Erik Miller RHP Greg Holle RHP Matt Purke LHP

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

Wt. 180 182 195 180 170 200 190 185 175 190 217 200 215 195 205 175 185 205 215 185 220 170 195 215 195 190 178 200 170 210 240 180

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

Yr. Hometown/Previous School Fr. Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner H.S. Jr. Cave Creek, Ariz./Western Nevada C.C. RS-Fr. Aledo, Texas/Country Day H.S. RS-Jr. The Woodlands, Texas/The Woodlands H.S. So. Muscatine, Iowa/Muscatine H.S. So. Keller, Texas/Keller H.S. So. Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner H.S. Jr. McKinney, Texas/McKinney North H.S. So. Houston, Texas/Taylor H.S. Jr. Boise, Idaho/Western Nevada C.C. Fr. Houston, Texas/Lamar H.S. Sr. Dallas, Texas/North Central Texas Sr. Red Oak, Texas/Howard College So. Fort Worth, Texas/Arlington Heights H.S. Fr. Friendswood, Texas/Friendswood H.S. Fr. Katy, Texas/Katy H.S. RS-So. Sugar Land, Texas/Fort Bend Baptist H.S. Fr. Round Rock, Texas/Round Rock H.S. RS-Sr. Filer, Idaho/Northern State Fr. Houston, Texas/Memorial H.S. RS-So. Houston, Texas/Bellaire H.S. RS-So. Spring, Texas/Klein Collins H.S. Jr. Flower Mound, Texas/Flower Mound H.S. Jr. Grapevine, Texas/Weatherford J.C. RS-Fr. Arlington, Texas/Martin H.S. So. Plano, Texas/Plano West H.S. Sr. Barrington, Ill./Barrington H.S. RS-Fr. Friendswood, Texas/Friendswood H.S. Sr. Sugar Land, Texas/Kempner H.S. So. Georgetown, Texas/Georgetown H.S. Jr. Loudonville, N.Y./Christian Brothers Fr. Spring, Texas/Klein H.S.

22 Jim Schlossnagle - Head Coach (7th Season), Elon College, 1992 9 Todd Whitting - Associate Head Coach (7th Season), Houston, 1995 7 Randy Mazey - Assistant Coach (4th Season), Clemson, 1988 10 Ryan Shotzberger - Volunteer Assistant (4th Season), McDaniel College, 2004 Meredith Montgomery - Director of Baseball Operations (1st Season), TCU, 2009 Danny Wheat - Athletic Trainer (6th Season), Texas, 1975

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Jerome pe単a IF/oF | 5-11 | 182 | B/r | Jr. Cave Creek, Ariz.

Davy wright UT | 6-1 | 195 | R/ r | Fr. Fort Worth, Texas

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KYLE Winkler RHP | 5-11 | 190 | R/R | So. Sugar Land, Texas

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12 featherston 13 starratt

17 curry

18 kelly

LHP | 5-10 | 195 | L/L | So. Fort Worth, Texas

19 davis

RHP | 6-2 | 205 | R/ r | Fr. Friendswood, Texas

25 gerrish

26 Murray

27 mercurio

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KYLE VON TUNGELN OF | 6-0 | 180 | L/L | Fr. Sugar Land, Texas

matt

IF | 6-1 | 215 | L/R | Sr. Red Oak, Texas

Paul

RHP | 6-4 | 215 | R/R | Sr. Filer, Idaho

jantzen

IF | 6-1 | 195 | R/R | Fr. Arlington, Texas

Jim

Head Coach 7th Season

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Trent

RHP | 6-2 | 185 | R/ r | Jr. McKinney, Texas

walker

steven

LHP | 6-2 | 185 | L/L | Fr. Houston, Texas

jason

oF | 6-2 | 190 | R/R | So. Plano, Texas

todd Whitting Associate Head Coach 7th Season

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Steven Maxwell RHP | 6-0 | 180 | R/R | Jr. The Woodlands, Texas

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Brance Rivera OF | 6-3 | 170 | R/R | So. Muscatine, Iowa

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Kaleb Merck RHP | 6-0 | 200 | R/r | So. Keller, Texas

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IF/OF | 5-10 | 175 | R/R | Fr. Katy, Texas

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OF | 5-11 | 185 | R/R | So. Sugar Land, Texas

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IF | 6-4 | 220 | L/ r | So. Houston, Texas

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IF/OF | 5-8 | 170 | R/R | So. Spring, Texas

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C | 6-3 | 200 | R/R | Fr. Friendswood, Texas

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RHP | 6-0 | 170 | R/R | Sr. Sugar Land, Texas

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Meredith Montgomery Director of Baseball Ops. 1st Season

taylor

IF | 6-1 | 175 | R/ r | So. Houston, Texas

griffin

relly

eric

RHP | 6-3 | 178 | R/ r | Sr. Barrington, Ill.

randy mazey Assistant Coach 4th Season

kyle

RHP | 6-1 | 190 | R/R | Jr. Boise, Idaho

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aaron

pete

Ryan

Volunteer Assistant Coach 4th Season

tyler

RHP | 6-4 | 217 | R/R | Fr. Houston, Texas

zac

Jimmie

C | 5-11 | 195 | R/R | Jr. Flower Mound, Texas

tyler

bryan

C | 6-0 | 200 | R/r | Sr. Dallas, Texas

Josh

C/OF | 6-0 | 205 | R/r | Fr. Round Rock, Texas

joe

IF | 6-2 | 215 | R/r | Jr. Grapevine, Texas

erik

RHP | 6-3 | 210 | R/r | So. Georgetown, Texas

Danny Wheat Athletic Trainer 6th Season

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Trent Appleby Jason Coats Matt Curry Griffin Davis Tyler Duffie Josh Elander Jarred Fancher Taylor Featherston Paul Gerrish Bryan Holaday Greg Holle Zac Jordan Walker Kelly Tyler Lockwood Eric Marshall Steven Maxwell Kaleb Merck Relly Mercurio Erik Miller Steven Murray Jerome Pe単a Jimmie Pharr Matt Purke Brance Rivera Pete Sanborn Aaron Schultz Kyle Starratt Kyle Von Tungeln Joe Weik Kyle Winkler Jantzen Witte Davy Wright

44 holle greg

RHP | 6-8 | 240 | R/R | jr. Loudonville, N.Y.

Jason JOnes Equipment Manager 3rd Season

RHP OF INF RHP RHP C/OF INF/OF INF RHP C RHP OF LHP RHP RHP RHP RHP INF RHP LHP INF/OF C LHP INF C INF/OF RHP OF INF RHP INF UT

47 Purke matt

LHP | 6-4 | 180 | L/L | Fr. Spring, Texas

Jarrod Wheat Equipment Manager 2nd Season

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 MEDIA INFORMATION

QUICK FACTS

General Information Location........................................ Fort Worth, Texas Enrollment.......................................................... 8,749 Founded................................................................. 1873 Nickname..............................................Horned Frogs Colors................................................. Purple & White Conference........................................ Mountain West Chancellor.........................Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr. Athletics Director.......................... Chris Del Conte Faculty Representative......... Dr. Rhonda Hatcher Athletics Phone...............................(817) 257-5658 Ticket Office Phone..... (817) 257-FROG (3764) stadium information Name...... Lupton Stadium & Williams-Reilly Field Capacity................................................................ 3,500 First Season.......................................................... 2003 All-Time Record.............................................. 161-53 Playing Surface.................................... Natural Grass Dimensions..330 Lines; 380 LC, 370 RC, 400 CF Press Box Phone.............................(817) 257-7966 Coaching Staff Head Coach.....................................Jim Schlossnagle Alma Mater..................................Elon College, 1992 Career Record.........................................328-167 (8) Record at TCU........................................251-120 (6) Office Fax..........................................(817) 257-5362 E-mail.................................... j.schlossnagle@tcu.edu Associate Head Coach.....................Todd Whitting Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-5588 E-mail........................................... t.whitting@tcu.edu Assistant Coach................................... Randy Mazey Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-5656 E-mail...............................................r.mazey@tcu.edu Volunteer Asst. Coach................Ryan Shotzberger Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-6962 E-mail.....................................r.shotzberger@tcu.edu Dir. of Baseball Ops..........Meredith Montgomery Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-5155 E-mail........................... m.m.montgomery@tcu.edu Athletic Trainer...................................Danny Wheat Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-5156 E-mail................................................j.wheat@tcu.edu Team Information 2009 Overall Record........................................40-18 2009 MWC Record/Finish....................... 15-5/1st 2009 MWC Tournament..................................... 1-2 2009 Postseason... NCAA Austin Super Regional Letterwinners Returning/Lost....................19/10 Position Starters Returning/Lost....................5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost.....................................9/3 Newcomers................................................................11 Media Relations Baseball Contact......................... Brandie Davidson Office Phone.....................................(817) 257-7969 Direct Line........................................(817) 257-7479 Fax.......................................................(817) 257-7964 Cell Phone........................................(817) 343-2050 E-mail.......................................b.i.davidson@tcu.edu Mailing Address...........................TCU Box 297600 Fort Worth, Texas 76129 Website............................................www.gofrogs.com

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MEDIA RELATIONS The TCU Athletics Media Relations Office is located on the main level of Daniel-Meyer Coliseum in room 104. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The main office phone number is (817) 257-7969 and the fax number is (817) 257-7964. Brandie Davidson, TCU Athletics Media Relations Assistant Director, is the media relations contact for Horned Frog Baseball. Any media relations questions may be directed to her by phone at (817) 257-7479 or via e-mail at b.i.davidson@tcu.edu. Just TCU, Thank You! Though the TCU Department of Athletics is a proud and integral part of Texas Christian University, it desires to be recognized simply as TCU (acronym only) Athletics. Therefore, we respectfully urge that the university’s teams be identified with an appropriate appellation — TCU. In subsequent references of the same presentation, the team may be referred to by nickname — Horned Frogs. A shorter version of the nickname, Frogs, is acceptable in later usage. NCAA Compliance Rules Under NCAA rules, an extra benefit is any special arrangement by an institutional employee or a representative of the institution's athletics interests to provide a student-athlete or the student-athlete's relative or friend a benefit not expressly authorized by NCAA legislation. Receipt of a benefit by student-athletes or their relatives or friends is not a violation of NCAA legislation if it is demonstrated that the same benefit is available to the institution's general student body or their relatives or friends, or to a particular segment of the student body (e.g., foreign students, minority students, etc.) determined on a basis unrelated to athletics ability. Always remember to ASK BEFORE YOU ACT. If you have further questions regarding extra benefits or any other compliance issue, please consult the Compliance Office at 817-257-6899. Mountain West CONFERENCE MEDIA RELATIONS Contact the Mountain West Media Relations Department for any information or questions concerning MWC baseball during the 2006 season. The MWC baseball media relations contact is Kim Melcher. She can be reached by phone at (719) 488-4050 or via e-mail at kmelcher@themwc. com. For the most up-to-date information regarding MWC baseball, visit the official website of the league at www.themwc.com. Interview requests TCU generally holds practices during the week between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. All media wishing to cover practice or interview a TCU player or coach before or after practice should contact Brandie Davidson before noon of the day they wish to conduct the interview to confirm the availability of the player or coach. MEDIA Credentials Requests for official working media credentials should be directed to Brandie Davidson. Requests should be made in writing at least one business day prior to the game. Season credentials will be mailed prior to the first game. If time does not allow for credentials to be mailed, they may be picked up with proper identification at the Lupton Stadium ticket booth on game day. Scout Passes Professional scouts may obtain credentials through Associate Head Coach Todd Whitting. Whitting can be reached via e-mail at t.whitting@tcu.edu or by phone at (817) 257-5588. Due to limited seating in the press box, scouts will be directed to the general seating area of Lupton Stadium but are welcome to media materials such as updated statistics and an official scorecard. Scouts are asked to be aware of game patrons and respect their desires to watch the game.

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2010 Baseball 2010 MEDIA INFORMATION Photographers Due to limited space on the field and in the seating areas of Lupton Stadium, all photographers must see Brandie Davidson prior to shooting at TCU home games to obtain rules and regulations. Radio Broadcasts Lupton Stadium is equipped with two separate radio broadcasting booths. The TCU radio booth is located on the first base side, while the visiting radio booth is on the third base side. Two courtesy telephone lines, as well as two ISDN SPIDS, are available in the visitor’s radio booth. The visiting phone line numbers are (817) 257-7265 and (817) 257-7962. The ISDN SPID numbers are 817.314.7091.0101 and 817.314.7095.0101. Commence all outgoing calls by dialing nine first. Please contact Brandie Davidson two weeks prior to the game you are wishing to broadcast. Pressbox services Game notes, an official scorecard, complete team and individual statistics and box scores are provided to working media by the TCU Athletics Media Relations Office at every TCU home game. Given proper notice, the Media Relations Office will offer fax services to all interested media. For any other requests, please contact Brandie Davidson.

tcu athletics on the web TCU maintains a comprehensive athletics department website covering all 20 varsity sports. Gofrogs.com features all the information Frog fans need including: • Schedules/results • Team statistics • Rosters • Press releases • Game stories • Facility info • Online ticket sales • Gametracker • Special features • Webstreaming In addition, Frog fans can follow the games by listening to the KTCU radio broadcasts as well as follow along with Gametracker on the site.

Postgame interviews Following a brief cooling-off period, media may accompany Brandie Davidson to the lower level of Lupton Stadium for postgame interviews with TCU coaches and players. Interviews will take place in the assistant coaches’ offices. The TCU clubhouse is always off-limits to the media. Radio wishing to interview coaches and players after the game will be able to plug in a field mike behind home plate to get a live feed from the field. Coach Jim Schlossnagle will be available after all games along with selected players.

The 2007 season also brought a new element to the website with the addition of webstreaming of all home contests. Fans will see the game from different angles and can listen along with Chuck LaMendola as he provides the play-byplay of the game.

tcu baseball on the radio and internet For the 14th consecutive season, TCU fans can catch all the excitement of Horned Frog baseball on KTCU 88.7 FM. The broadcasts can also be heard around the world by logging onto www.gofrogs.com. All games are broadcast live with the pregame show beginning 15 minutes before first pitch. Calling all the action for the Frogs is Chuck LaMendola. The 2010 campaign marks LaMendola’s 14th season behind the microphone as the voice of Horned Frog baseball. A new feature to the world wide web this season will see LaMendola move to the television side as TCU’s Radio-Film-Digital Media department will broadcast a majority of the 2010 home schedule, providing multiple camera angels and commentary for the webstreaming. The games will also air either on a live telecast or tape-delayed on The Mtn., a television station dedicated to all Mountain West Conference sports. As a full time faculty member in TCU’s Radio-Film-Digital Media department, LaMendola teaches television and film production as well as classes in the sports broadcasting area within the department. His Remote Sports Broadcasting class is responsible for the images on the video board during Horned Frog football, basketball and baseball games. LaMendola’s play-by-play broadcast of TCU baseball has been honored twice. The broadcaster earned a National Award of Distinction in 2002 and the 2004 Communicator Award. Chuck and his wife, Kelly, have two daughters, Francesca, 17, and Juliana, 13. The LaMendola family resides in Burleson.

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 SCHEDULE February

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Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Baylor Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton

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UT San Antonio Texas Tech^ Missouri^ Rice^ UT Arlington Texas Tech Texas Tech Texas Tech Oral Roberts BYU* BYU* BYU* Dallas Baptist Texas State Air Force* Air Force* Air Force* UT Arlington

Lupton Stadium Houston , Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Arlington, Texas Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Tulsa, Okla. Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Dallas, Texas Lupton Stadium Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Lupton Stadium

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Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Lupton Stadium Provo, Utah Provo, Utah Provo, Utah Lupton Stadium Norman, Okla. Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Lupton Stadium Ogden, Utah

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: MATT CURRY 2009 (Junior): • Keyed a Frog victory over Texas Tech on April 13 with a • Played in 51 games and 4-for-4 day at the plate. made 47 starts. • Scored three runs and drove in four in the 12-5 win. • 38 of his starts came as • Picked up two more hits at Oklahoma on April 14. the designated hitter, • Commenced a career-long 12-game hitting streak against the other nine at first BYU on April 30. base. • Hit .415 in that stretch with 17 base knocks. • Posted a .315 batting • Streak started with a 2-for-3 day at the plate against the Couaverage and a .444 gars. #17 - Matt Curry 215 slugging percentage. • Went 3-for-4 with three RBIs in series-opener at UNLV on INF • Sr • L/R • 6-1 • College) Red Oak, Texas (Howard • Of his 51 base hits, May 14. 10 were doubles, one • Recorded a hit in each of the games of the Fort Worth Retriple and three home gional. runs. • Drove in two runs in the opening game of the Regional • Drove in 31 runs, worked 27 walks and was hit by the pitch against Wright State. four times. • Was 2-for-2 as a pinch hitter with a triple and two walks. • Tallied a base hit in 36 games and reached base in 43 con- • Tallied 12 two-out RBIs. tests. • Racked up 11 multi-hit games and nine multiple-RBI con- Howard College: tests. • Played two seasons at Howard College for head coach Britt • Opened the season with a seven-game hit streak that saw Smith. him hit .370. • Was a first-team all-conference performer both seasons. • Was 5-for-12 in series at Cal State Fullerton. • Twice broke the school record for doubles in a season with • Tallied four RBIs and two home runs to earn Mountain West 28 as a freshman and 32 as a sophomore. Conference Hitter of the Week. • Appeared on the NJCAA State and National All-Star teams. • Hit his third home run of the season at Texas State on March • Named third-team All-American as a sophomore. 10. • Hit .425 with 10 home runs and 70 RBI as a freshman. • Collected three RBIs in the contest. • Followed with a .451 average, 20 home runs and 90 RBI as a • Went 2-for-3 with two RBIs in win over Stephen F. Austin sophomore. on March 24. • Drafted in the 37th round of the 2008 draft by the Pittsburgh • Put together a torrid four-game stretch that saw his average Pirates. raise from .267 to .327. • Rated by Baseball America as the No. 75 prospect in the state • Hit .625 (10-for-16) during that stretch, including a streak of Texas. of seven straight base hits. • Went 3-for-5 with two doubles and three RBIs in series finale at UT Pan American on April 11.

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2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: MATT CURRY Red Oak High School • Was a three-year letterwinner at Red Oak High School for Pete Hampel. • As a senior he was named to the North Texas All-Starts. • Earned first-team all-state accolades as well as all-area honors. • Was a two-time first-team all-district performer. • Hit .420 as a junior and .566 as a senior. Personal: • Parents are Doug and Glenda. • Has an older brother, Josh, and a younger sister, Katelyn. • Majoring in Communications. • Brother, Josh, played baseball at Dallas Baptist.

Curry’s Career Stats

Overall Year Avg. 2009 .315

GP-GS 51-47

AB 162

R 30

H 51

2B 10

3B 1

HR 3

RBI 31

SLG .444

BB 27

SO 40

SB-A 2-4

Conference Year Avg. 2009 .326

GP-GS 15-12

AB 43

R 9

H 14

2B 3

3B 1

HR 0

RBI 6

SLG .442

BB 6

SO 13

SB-A 0-0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: PAUL GERRISH 2009 (Junior): • Appeared in 17 games and made nine starts. • Posted a 7-2 record with one save. • Ranked fourth on the team with a 3.84 ERA in 61 innings pitched. • Team posted a 14-3 record in games he ish rr Ge pitched and a 7-2 mark #25 - Paul RHP • Sr • R/R • 6-4 • 215 in games he started. te) Filer, Idaho (Northern Sta • Fanned 59 batters and walked just 16. • First seven appearances of the season came out of the bullpen. • Allowed just one earned run in that stretch, spanning 11 1/3 innings. • Earned first win of the season on March 8 against Wichita State • Held the Shockers scoreless for 2 2/3 innings. • Was the winning pitcher at Utah on March 20 with 2 1/3 scoreless innings. • Tossed three scoreless innings against Stephen F. Austin on March 24. • Made first start of the season on March 28 against San Diego State. • Threw a season-high 7 2/3 innings in win over New Mexico on April 4. • Allowed just two runs on six hits with four strikeouts, earned MWC Pitcher of the Week honors. • Held UT Pan American scoreless for 4 2/3 innings to improve to 4-0. • Was tagged with his first loss of the season at Oklahoma on April 14. • Earned a four-inning save against BYU on April 30. • Surrendered just one unearned run on three hits with a season-high six strikeouts. • Picked up fifth win of the season on May 14 at UNLV. • Gave up two runs on six hits in 6 1/3 innings of work with six punchouts. • Suffered final loss of the season against Utah on May 20. • Got the opening victory in the Fort Worth Regional against Wright State. • Allowed three runs on seven hits in seven innings with six Ks.

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• Helped the Frogs stave off elimination in the Super Regionals with a dominating performance at Texas. • Surrendered just two runs on five hits in seven innings with six Ks. • Didn’t walk a batter in his final 15 innings pitched. • Posted the second-highest K:BB ratio of 3.7. 2008 (Redshirt Sophomore): • Split time as a starter (six games) and a reliever (seven games). • Finished the season with a 4-3 record. • Posted a 5.35 ERA in 37 innings pitched to go along with 31 strikeouts. • Team was 5-1 in contests that he started. • Allowed just two of his 12 inherited runners to score. • Made his season debut on Feb. 22 against No. 14 Cal State Fullerton in a relief role. • Started against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 26, earning his first win of the season. • Tossed 4 2/3 innings, allowing one run on four hits with four Ks. • Struck out four in a start against Texas State on March 5. • Earned win No. 2 on March 24 against Dallas Baptist. • Turned in his longest outing of the season, surrendering just two runs on seven hits in seven innings of work. • Fanned a career-high seven batters in that contest. • Following an April 2 start at Texas State, made three consecutive appearances out of the bullpen. • Allowed just one run in 4 2/3 innings pitched over that span. • Picked up his third victory of the season at Baylor on April 8. • Surrendered just one run on two hits with five strikeouts in 3 1/3 innings pitched. • In his final appearance of 2008, went five innings in a start at UT-Arlington on April 30. • Gave up just one run on four hits with four strikeouts. 2007 (True Sophomore): • Coaches elected to redshirt Paul in his first season after transferring from Division II. Northern State University: • Played his freshman season at Division II member Northern State. • Was a first baseman when he wasn’t pitching.

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2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: PAUL GERRISH • Hit .336 in 125 at-bats with seven doubles and seven home runs. • On the mound, he had a team-best 4.66 ERA in 13 appearances. • Made 10 starts and completed six games. • Led the team with 65.2 innings pitched and struck out 49 batters while surrendering just 71 base hits. • Held opponents to a .274 batting average. • Earned second-team all-conference and was named Pitcher of the Week once. Filer High School: • Named all-area as a junior and senior. • Earned all-star and all-Northwest honors as a senior. • Selected to play in the Northwest All-Star game as a junior. • Was the Idaho 3A Player of the Year as a senior. • Had a .507 batting average and hit six home runs as a senior. • Compiled an 8-2 record with a 1.20 ERA. Personal: • Paul is the son of Phil and Jo. • Has an older sister, Anna, and three older brothers, Gabe, Vince and Luke. • Graduated with a degree in marketing. • Pursing a master’s in liberal arts.

Gerrish’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA W-L G-GS CG 2008 5.35 4-3 13-6 0 2009 3.84 7-2 17-9 0 Tot 4.41 11-5 30-15 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 1 1

IP H 37.0 43 61.0 61 98.0 104

R 23 29 52

ER 22 26 48

BB 14 16 30

SO 31 59 90

WP 4 1 5

HB 7 4 11

Conference Year ERA 2008 0.00 2009 3.41 Tot 3.00

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 1 1

IP H 4.0 3 29.0 28 33.0 31

R 1 13 14

ER 0 11 11

BB 1 10 11

SO 2 27 29

WP 0 1 1

HB 0 1 1

W-L G-GS CG 0-1 2-0 0 3-0 6-4 0 3-1 8-4 0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: BRYAN HOLADAY 2009 (Junior): • Named second-team allconference. • Appeared in 57 games and made 54 starts. • Batted .300 with 61 base knocks. • Ranked third on the team with 10 home runs, nine of which came in conference play. • His 48 RBIs on the seaday son ranked third on the #16 - Bryan Hola C • Sr • R/R • 6-0 • 200 squad. tral Texas) Dallas, Texas (North Cen • Tied for the team lead with 23 RBIs in conference play. • Tied for the team lead with 23 RBIs in conference play. • Paced the league with 32 runners caught stealing. • Posted the seventh-best fielding percentage in the league at .990. • His three pickoffs tied for the team lead and ranked fourth in the league. • Was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases. • Tied for the team lead with 11 sacrifices (7 sac bunts, 4 sacrifice flies). • Hit safely in 43 games and reached base in 48. • Posted 16 multi-hit contests and 13 multiple RBI games. • Tallied three hits in the Cal State Fullerton series, including two in the series finale. • Tripled and drove in two on two hits at Ole Miss on Feb. 28. • Followed with a three-RBI contest on March 3 at UT Arlington. • Was 4-for-10 in series against Wichita State March 6-8. • Commenced an eight-game hitting streak on March 14. • Was 9-for-29 (.310) with nine RBIs. • Also posted a six-game RBI streak in that stretch. • Homered in back-to-back games at Utah on March 21 and 22. • The second home run was of the pinch-hit variety in the eighth inning. • Tallied four hits in the San Diego State series March 27-29. • Homered and doubled in the second game of the series on March 28. • Put together an impressive five-game hitting streak in which he hit .350 (7-for-20). • Hit a two-run home run and drove in another on April 5 against New Mexico. • Was 2-for-2 with two doubles and two RBIs on April 11 at UT Pan American. • Hit .368 (7-for-19) during a six game hitting streak April 21-28. • Was 1-for-1 with a two-run double in final appearance off the bench against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 22. • Hit a three-run home run against San Diego State on April 24. • Connected on another two-run home run in the series finale against the Aztecs. • Earned MWC Hitter of the Week honors after hitting .400 with eight RBIs on the week of April 21. • Went on another seven-game hitting from May 1-15.

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• Hit .345 (10-29) with eight RBIs and four home runs. • Streak started with a 3-for-5 day against BYU on May 1. • The three hits included a walk-off home run in the 10th inning. • Hit back-to-back home runs on May 11 at Dallas Baptist and on May 14 at UNLV. • Closed out the season on a nine game hitting streak. • Hit .371 during that stretch with 13 hits and six RBIs. • Was 3-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored in the Fort Worth Regional championship game on May 31. • Had four hits in the NCAA Super Regionals at Texas June 6-8. • Ranked second on the team with 20 two-RBIs. 2008 (Sophomore) • Played in 62 games and made 59 starts (55 at catcher, four at first base). • Named first-team all-conference at the catcher position. • Ranked fourth on the squad with a .311 batting average to go along with 68 hits. • Tallied 12 doubles, two triples and one home run. • Collected 41 runs driven in, fourth-most on the team. • Was ranked 54th in the nation in toughest to strikeout with one in every 14.6 at-bats (15 K’s in 219 at-bats). • Posted a fielding percentage of .993 (just three errors in 460 chances). • Didn’t commit an error in the final 50 games of the season, spanning 416 chances. • Hit .356 in conference play with 17 RBI. • Played flawless defense in league play with 175 chances. • Tallied a base hit in 42 of 62 games and reached base in 49. • Recorded 17 multi-hit games and 11 multiple-RBI contests. • Ranked first in the league catching 21 batters stealing. • Drove in the game-winning runs in the 12th inning at Minnesota with a two-run sacrifice bunt. • Following the game, commenced a season-long eight game hitting streak in which he hit .444 (12-for-27). • Collected three hits and an RBI against Pepperdine on March 1. • Tallied four hits and four RBI in the series against No. 2 Ole Miss March 8-9. • Had three hits and two RBI in the series-opener against New Mexico on March 20. • Commenced a seven-game hitting streak on March 22 with three hits in the series finale against New Mexico. • Hit .452 (14-for-31) during the streak. • Drove in three runs on three hits against Dallas Baptist on March 24. • Rounded out the streak with another three-hit performance at UNLV on March 30. • Drove in the winning runs in the bottom of the ninth in the series finale against Air Force on April 6. • Lone home run of the season came on April 21 at Dallas Baptist, a three-run shot that tied the game. • Drove in four of the Frogs’ five runs scored in that contest. • Tallied a career-high four hits in the series finale at San Diego State on April 27. • Collected five hits and five RBI in the series against Utah May 2-4.

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2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: BRYAN HOLADAY • Hit safely in five straight games from May 12-21 with three doubles and six RBI. • Picked up two RBI in the NCAA Stillwater Regional contest against Western Kentucky on May 31. • Drove in 11 runs with two outs. North Central Texas College: • Played one season for Scott Harp at North Central Texas. • As a freshman, his team was a 2007 Region 5 Finalist. • Was one of eight Lions to earn all-conference honors as a freshman. • Hit .348 with 10 doubles, three home runs and 24 RBI. W.T. White HS: • Lettered four years for head coach David Shepperd at W.T. White HS. • Earned all-state honors as a junior and senior. • Named Freshman and Sophomore of the Year. • Was selected as the MVP as a junior and senior. Personal: • Parents are Frank and Laura. • Has an older brother, Bobby, and an older sister, Lacy. • Majoring in marketing.

Overall Year 2008 2009 Tot

Holaday’s Career Stats Avg. GP-GS .311 62-59 .300 57-54 .306 119-113

Conference Year Avg. 2008 .356 2009 .316 Tot .337

GP-GS 24-23 20-19 44-42

AB 219 203 422

R 34 39 73

H 68 61 129

2B 12 10 22

3B 2 1 3

HR 1 10 11

RBI 41 48 89

SLG .397 .507 .450

BB 20 12 32

SO 15 34 49

SB-A 1-3 2-2 3-5

AB 90 76 166

R 16 19 35

H 32 24 56

2B 7 1 8

3B 1 0 1

HR 0 9 9

RBI 17 23 40

SLG .456 .684 .560

BB 7 5 12

SO 1 11 12

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: TYLER LOCKWOOD 2009 (Junior): • Appeared in 17 games and made nine starts. • Compiled a 4-2 record to go along with a 4.71 ERA. • Fanned 44 batters in 70 2/3 innings of work. • Team posted an 11-6 record in games he pitched. • Allowed just three of his 11 inherited runners to score. • Was the opening day starter ood at Cal State Fullerton on #42 - Tyler Lock• w Feb. 20. RHP • Sr • R/R • 6-0 170 ner HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Kemp • Got a no-decision, allowing two runs on seven hits in five innings of work. • Earned the victory at Ole Miss on Feb. 28. • Didn’t factor into a decision in his next three starts. • Surrendered five runs (two earned) against Wichita State on March 6. • Allowed three runs in 6 1/3 innings against Minnesota on March 14. • Gave up just one earned run in a no-decision at Utah on March 20. • Was tagged with the loss against San Diego State on March 27. • Rebounded with a win over New Mexico on April 3 in his first appearance out of the bullpen. • Gave up just one run in four innings of work. • Appearance started a string of five straight out of the pen. • Allowed just five runs in 14 2/3 innings of work. • Combined with three other pitchers to toss the ninth no-hitter in school history at UT Pan American on April 10. • Struck out one in two innings of work. • Earned his third win of the season on April 21 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. • Didn’t allow a run or a hit in 4 1/3 innings of work with five strikeouts. • Picked up his fourth victory of the year on April 26 at San Diego State. • Surrendered just three runs with six strikeouts in 7 1/3 innings. • Next three appearances came out of the bullpen. • Allowed just two runs (one earned) in 6 2/3 innings during that stretch. • Returned to the starting rotation on May 31 against Oregon State in the Fort Worth Regional. • Got a no-decision after giving up four runs in seven innings of work with seven strikeouts. • Suffered his second loss of the season at Texas in the NCAA Super Regionals. • Was 2-0 on the season with a 2.53 ERA in eight appearances out of the bullpen. 2008 (Sophomore) • Earned first-team all-conference accolades as a starting pitcher. • First six appearances of the season came out of the bullpen. • Moved to the starting rotation on March 20 and started 11 games. • Team had a 9-2 record is his starts. • Ranked 19th nationally in walks allowed per nine with just 1.29. • Finished the season 7-2 with a 2.75 ERA, which ranked third in the MWC. • Ranked second on the squad with 71 strikeouts in a league-high 104 2/3 innings pitched.

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• Tossed three complete games. • His seven victories ranked third in the league. • One of the top pitchers in the league play with a conference-leading 6-1 record in eight starts. • Posted the second-best league ERA at 2.60 and the third most Ks with 47. • As a reliever, allowed just two runs in 28.1 innings pitched for a 0.81 ERA. • Tossed three scoreless innings against No. 14 Cal State Fullerton spanning two appearances to open the season. • Surrendered two runs in two appearances at the Dairy Queen Classic. • Had a scoreless innings streak that spanned 10 1/3 innings. • Streak encompassed a 5 2/3 inning stint against No. 2 Ole Miss (March 8) and a 4 2/3 innings outing at Wichita State (March 15). • Also commenced another impressive streak of 30 consecutive innings without allowing a walk that spanned five outings. • Allowed just two runs on seven hits in seven innings of work in his first start of the season against New Mexico on March 20 to earn his first win of the season. • Improved to 2-0 with a complete game effort at UNLV on March 28. • Gave up two runs (one earned) on eight hits with seven strikeouts. • Tossed his second straight complete game against Air Force on April 4. • Limited the Falcons to one run and fanned eight. • Picked up win No. 4 at BYU, striking out eight in six innings of work. • Fanned a career-high nine batters in 8 2/3 innings against Utah on May 2. • Earned his sixth win of the season at New Mexico on May 16 to help the Frogs clinch the regular season title. • Final win of the season came in an eight-inning stint against UNLV in the opener of the MWC Tournament on May 21. 2007 (Freshman): • Ranked second on the team with 26 appearances on the season and started three games. • Tossed the fourth-most innings on the team, finishing with 55 innings pitched. • Racked up 43 strikeouts and walked just 17. • Combined with Chance Corgan and Sam Demel to shut out BYU on April 21. • Had a 5-2 record to go along with a 4.09 ERA. • Held opponents scoreless in 13 of his 26 appearances. • Made his collegiate debut on Feb. 10 at UCF, pitching a scoreless inning. • Earned his first collegiate victory on March 14 against UT-Arlington. • Made eight appearances in league play and had a 3.21 ERA in 14 innings. • Pitched 3 1/3 innings, allowing a run on three hits with a strikeout in an 11-5 victory. • First career start came on March 20 at UT-Arlington. • Held the Mavericks scoreless for three innings on two hits with a walk and three strikeouts in the no-decision. • Struck out a career-high eight batters in 5 1/3 innings of work at BYU on March 23. • Was tagged with his first-career loss at Texas A&M after allowing four runs on seven hits in a three-inning start. • Second loss of the season came at Oklahoma on April 3.

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2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: TYLER LOCKWOOD • Following the loss, put together an impressive 11 game streak in which he surrendered just five runs (four earned) over the course of 22 1/3 innings. • Included in that streak were six scoreless outings. • Picked up his second win of the season with three innings of work at Baylor (April 10). • Win No. 3 came against the Sooners at Lupton Stadium with another three scoreless innings of work. • Earned his third straight victory over a Big 12 opponent on April 25 against Texas Tech with three innings of work in which he allowed an unearned run and struck out five. • Allowed just one run in his final four appearances, spanning 8 1/3 innings. • Notched eight strikeouts in that stretch. • Earned win No. 5 on May 25 versus BYU in the MWC Tournament with three scoreless innings in an 8-7 TCU victory. • Allowed just 11 of his 25 inherited base runners to score. Kempner High School: • Was an all-district performer as a junior. • Earned three letters in baseball for head coach JD Sellers. • Honored as a third-team all-Greater Houston selection as a junior. • Named the Kempner High Pitcher of the Year. • Finished his junior campaign with a 7-2 record and a 2.01 ERA and struck out 84 in 57 innings pitched. Personal: • Parents are Mark and Sandi. • Has a twin brother, Drew. • Majoring in film-television-digital media.

Overall Year ERA W-L G-GS CG 2007 4.09 5-2 26-3 0 2008 2.75 7-2 17-11 3 2009 4.71 4-2 17-9 0 Tot 3.67 16-6 60-23 3 Conference Year ERA 2007 3.21 2008 2.60 2009 3.86 Tot 3.02

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 8-0 0 6-1 8-8 3 2-1 7-3 0 8-2 23-11 3

Lockwood’s Career Stats SH/CB 0/1 0/0 0/1 0/2

SV IP H 0 55.0 65 0 104.2 97 0 70.2 75 0 230.1 237

R 29 34 45 108

ER 25 32 37 94

BB 17 15 18 50

SO 43 71 44 158

WP 3 7 1 11

HB 2 12 11 25

SH/CB 0/1 0/0 0/0 0/1

SV IP 0 14.0 0 62.1 0 28.0 0 104.1

R 6 19 17 42

ER 5 18 12 35

BB 3 5 6 14

SO 15 47 16 78

WP 1 6 0 7

HB 1 8 4 13

H 18 62 35 115

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: ERIC MARSHALL 2009 (Junior): • Tied for the team lead with 24 appearances on the mound. • Finished the season with a 2-2 record. • Racked up a team-high nine saves. • Led the team with a 1.48 ERA in 30 1/3 innings pitched. l al sh ar M • Tallied 20 strike outs and #40 - Eric RHP • Sr • R/R • 6-3 • 178 walked just five. n HS) Barrington, Ill. (Barringto • Limited opponents to a .206 batting average. • Held opponents scoreless in 18 appearances and allowed just five of 29 inherited runners to scored. • Team posted a 15-9 record in games he pitched. • Was tagged with the loss in the Frogs season-opener at Cal State Fullerton. • Rebounded with three straight scoreless outings spanning four innings. • Tossed a season-high two innings against Wichita State on March 8. • After allowing a run on two hits against Minnesota on March 14, turned in three more scoreless outings. • Streak spanned five innings and included his first save of the year. • Picked up two outs at Utah on March 20 for save No. 1. • Suffered his second loss of the season against San Diego State on March 29. • Followed with 10 scoreless innings over the course of seven appearances. • Tossed 1 1/3 scoreless innings against New Mexico to earn second save of the season. • Combined with three other pitchers to throw the ninth no-hitter in school history. • His scoreless inning of work garnered him his third save of the year. • Tallied his fourth save of the season with 11/3 innings of work against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 22. • Recorded two saves in the series at San Diego State on April 2526. • The three saves in the week earned him MWC Pitcher of the Week honors on April 27. • First win of the season came on May 1 against BYU. • Put together another stretch of five straight scoreless outings spanning 7 1/3 innings. • Save No. 7 came against Utah on May 10. • Picked up eighth save with 1 2/3 scoreless innings of work at UNLV on May 15.

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• Evened his record at 2-2 in the Fort Worth Regional. • Held Oregon State scoreless in the top of the ninth in the championship game on May 31. • Picked up a two-inning save at Texas on June 7 in the NCAA Super Regionals. • Had a 4.0 K:BB ratio. 2008 (Sophomore) • Ranked third on the team with 16 relief appearances. • Finished the season 3-0 with a save and an ERA of 4.91. • Tossed 25 2/3 innings and fanned 17 batters. • Combine on both of the Frogs’ shutouts. • Held opponents scoreless in eight of his 16 appearances. • Allowed just three of his 16 inherited runners to score. • TCU was 13-3 in games that he pitched in. • Tossed 5 1/3 scoreless innings spanning three appearances to open the season. • Earned a victory in his first appearance of the season against Texas State on March 5. • Didn’t allow a hit, walked one and struck out one in two innings of work. • Lone save of the season came on March 9 against No. 2 Ole Miss. • Tossed 2 1/3 scoreless frames without allowing a hit and fanning two. • Picked up win No. 2 against Texas A&M Corpus-Christi on March 25 with a scoreless inning of work. • Allowed just two runs over his next four outings spanning 5 1/3 innings. • Third win of the campaign came on April 21 at Dallas Baptist. • Retired all four batters he faced in the MWC Tournament Championship game against New Mexico on May 24. • Named a 2008 MWC Academic all-conference performer. • Honored as a MWC Scholar-Athlete. 2007 (Redshirt Freshman): • Made just one appearance on the season against Coastal Carolina on Feb. 23. • Surrendered two runs on two hits in 1 1/3 innings pitched. 2006 (True Freshman): • Made just two appearances on the season before suffering a season-ending arm injury. • Received a medical redshirt. • Made first collegiate appearance against No. 2 Rice at the Houston College Classic on Feb. 12. • Struck out the only batter he faced. • Returned to the mound on Feb. 14 against Texas State. • Allowed two runs on three hits with a walk and a strikeout.

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2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: ERIC MARSHALL Barrington High School: • Drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the 37th round of the 2005 Major League Baseball Draft. • Named all-state by the Illinois High School Coaches Association and the Chicago Tribune. • Was the Great Northwest Player of the Year as a senior. • Earned all-area honors as a junior and senior. • Conference Player of the Year as a senior. • Threw a no-hitter in the state supersectionals. • Owns the school record for shutouts in a season (8) and victories (14). • Had a career record of 22-1 with a 0.99 ERA. • Also an outstanding hitter, batting .511 as a senior. Personal: • Eric is the son of Peter and Carol. • Has an older brother, Peter, and an older sister, Haley. • Graduated with a degree in finance. • Pursuing his master’s in business.

Marshall’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA W-L G-GS CG 2006 13.50 0-0 2-0 0 2007 13.50 0-0 1-0 0 2008 4.91 3-0 16-0 0 2009 1.48 2-2 24-0 0 Tot 3.53 5-2 43-0 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/2 0/1 0/3

SV 0 0 1 9 10

IP H 1.1 3 1.1 2 25.2 28 30.1 22 58.2 55

R 2 2 15 7 26

ER 2 2 14 5 23

BB 1 2 13 5 21

SO 2 2 17 20 41

WP 0 0 3 1 4

HB 0 0 2 5 7

Conference Year ERA 2008 9.00 2009 1.54 Tot 4.58

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 6 6

IP H 8.0 15 11.2 10 19.2 25

R 9 4 13

ER 8 2 10

BB 5 4 9

SO 4 9 13

WP 2 0 2

HB 1 1 2

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 5-0 0 1-1 10-0 0 1-1 15-0 0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: TRENT APPLEBY 2009 (Sophomore): • Earned first-team all-Mountain West Conference honors. • Tied for the team lead with 24 appearances on the mound. • Posted a 4-1 record with one save. • Ranked third on the squad with a 3.61 ERA. • Tallied 47 strike outs in 57 1/3 innings pitched. y #11 - Trent appleb • Held opponents scoreless 185 • RHP • Jr • R/R • 6-2 in 11 appearances. HS) rth No y nne cKi (M as McKinney, Tex • Team posted a 14-10 record in games he pitched. • Allowed a run in the season-opening loss to Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 20. • Rebounded with 4 2/3 scoreless innings over two appearances on Feb. 24 against Dallas Baptist and March 4 against Baylor. • Tossed two scoreless innings at Texas State on March 10. • Earned his lone save of the season on March 16 against Minnesota with a scoreless inning of work. • Fanned six in three innings of work against Oklahoma on March 17. • Began a stretch of four appearances in which he allowed just one unearned run, spanning 12 1/3 innings. • Threw five scoreless frames with four strikeouts at Utah on March 22. • Picked up his first win of the season after allowing just one unearned run in five innings against San Diego State on March 28. • Was the winning pitcher against UT Arlington on April 1 with 1 1/3 scoreless innings. • Struck out four over the course of two appearances, spanning four innings, from April 22-24. • Had back-to-back relief appearances in which he allowed a run in 4 1/3 innings with four Ks at Texas A&M (April 28) and against BYU (May 1). • Win No. 3 came against Utah on May 8 as he struck out the only batter he faced. • Suffered his lone loss of the season on May 9 after giving up two runs on two hits in 2 2/3 innings. • Improved to 4-1 with 4 2/3 innings of work at UNLV on May 15. • Appeared against Utah on May 20 in the MWC Tournament. • Pitched 1 1/3 innings at Texas in the NCAA Super Regional on June 6.

• Struck out three in two innings pitched in his collegiate debut against No. 14 Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 22. • Worked 3 1/3 scoreless innings against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 26. • Helped the Frogs rally for a win over Texas State on March 5 with 3 1/3 scoreless innings. • Earned his first collegiate win on April 2 at Texas State allowing a run on two hits in two innings of work. • Following that outing, turned in five straight scoreless appearances that spanned 12 1/3 innings. • Picked up his second win of the campaign during that stretch at BYU after working 1 1/3 innings. • Longest outing in that stretch was 5 2/3 shutout innings at Dallas Baptist on April 21 in which he allowed just three base hits. • Was the winning pitcher at San Diego State on April 27 allowing a run on two hits in 2 2/3 innings of work. • Tossed five shutout innings to earn his fourth win of the season against Utah on May 4. • Fanned a career-high six batters in the victory. • Tallied his fifth win on May 12 with five innings of work against UT-Pan American, allowing just two unearned runs. • Won the regular season title clinching game at New Mexico on May 16, pitching 4 1/3 innings of relief. • Best outing of the season came in the conference tournament, tossing seven shutout innings against New Mexico on May 22. • Helped the Frogs come back and defeat Western Kentucky in the Stillwater Regional on May 31. • Allowed just one run on four hits in 6 2/3 innings. McKinney North High School: • Was a two-time all-state performer for head coach Jim Gatewood. • Named all-area as a junior and senior. • Was the District 9-4A Pitcher of the Year twice. • Earned school Pitcher of the Year honors as well. • Owned a 21-0 record with a 0.58 ERA. Personal: • Parents are Bill and Cassie. • Has one sister, Elizabeth, who also attends TCU. • Majoring in communications.

2008 (Freshman): • Named honorable mention freshman All-American by Ping! Baseball. • One of the Frogs go-to relievers, he made 24 appearances, which ranked second on the team. • Ranked 22nd nationally with a 2.31 ERA. • Compiled a 6-1 record and tallied 32 strikeouts in 66 1/3 innings pitched. • Was 4-0 in 11 league appearances with a 3.68 ERA. • Tied for the team lead among 15 pitchers with two pickoffs. • Didn’t allow a run in 13 of his 24 appearances and allowed just nine of his 31 inherited runners to score. • TCU was 18-6 in games he pitched. • Put together two scoreless outings to begin his collegiate career.

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Appleby’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA W-L G-GS CG 2008 2.31 6-1 24-0 0 2009 3.61 4-1 24-0 0 Tot 2.91 10-2 48-0 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV IP 0 66.1 1 57.1 1 123.2

Conference Year ERA 2008 3.68 2009 2.33 Tot 2.94

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

W-L G-GS CG 4-0 11-0 0 3-1 9-0 0 7-1 20-0 0

H 63 57 120

R 21 26 47

ER 17 23 40

BB 13 20 33

SO 32 47 79

WP 1 2 3

HB 5 9 14

IP H 22.0 25 27.0 26 49.0 51

R 11 10 21

ER 9 7 16

BB 5 7 12

SO 11 22 33

WP 1 1 2

HB 4 4 8


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: JASON COATS 2009 (Freshman): • Played in 57 games and made 54 starts, all in left field. • Finished the season with a .316 batting average. • Tallied 61 base hits, including 17 doubles, two triples and six home runs. • Drove in 32 runs, 12 of which came with two outs. S #38 - JASON COAT • Tallied a base hit in 38 conOF • So. • R/R • 6-2 • 190 HS) Plano, Texas (Plano West tests and reached base safely in 41. • Racked up 19 multi-hit games and eight multiple RBI contests. • Worked 22 walks and posted an on-base percentage of .393. • Was successful in 2-of-3 stolen base attempts. • Opened his collegiate career with a seven-game hitting streak. • Was 11-for-26 (.423) in that stretch with three home runs and eight RBIs. • Hit the Frogs’ first home run of the season on Feb. 20 at Cal State Fullerton. • Blasted a two-run home run against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 24. • Drove in a career-high four runs on three hits with his third home run of the season at Ole Miss on Feb. 28. • The home run was the first grand slam of the season for the Frogs. • Put together another five game hitting streak in which he hit .450 (9-for20). • Picked up five hits in series against Wichita State March 6-8. • Hit fourth home run of the season at Texas State on March 10. • Broke out of a slump with a three-hit game against San Diego State on March 28. • Drove in two runs and hit fifth home run of the campaign against New Mexico on April 5. • Started a five-game hit streak on April 11 with a base hit. • Hit .467 (7-for-15) in that stretch. • Scored a career-high three runs against Texas Tech on April 13. • Went 2-for-3 with two runs, two RBIs and a home run at Oklahoma on April 14. • Tallied three hits and drove in two in the series against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 21-22. • A 1-for-4 day at the plate at Texas A&M spurred a season-long 10 game hit streak.

• Was 13-for-36 (.361) in that stretch with six doubles, two triples and five RBIs. • Tripled in back-to-back games against BYU on April 20 and May 1. • Tallied five hits with four doubles in the series at UNLV May 14-16. • Blistered the ball during a four-game stretch that saw him rack up 10 hits and drive in five runs. • Doubled in each of the three Fort Worth Regional games. • Had three hits, including the game-winner, in the regional championship game. • Named MOP of the Fort Worth Regional. • Hit .562 with a runner on third and less than two outs. Plano West High School: • Was a three-year letterwinner at Plano West High School. • Played in the Texas North/South All-Star game and earned MVP honors as a senior. • Earned first-team all-state honors as an outfielder. • Named the District 9-5A Offensive MVP. • Honored as a 2008 Louisville Slugger All-American. • Hit .450 with a .950 slugging percentage and nine home runs as a senior. • Helped guide his team to a perfect 28-0 record and a 5A state championship. Personal: • Parents are Lewis and Janie. • Does not have any siblings. • Majoring in business. • Enjoys fishing, hunting and hanging out with friends.

Coats’ Career Stats

Overall Year Avg. 2009 .316

GP-GS 57-54

AB 193

R 36

H 61

2B 17

3B 2

HR 6

RBI 32

SLG .518

BB 22

SO 37

SB-A 2-3

Conference Year Avg. 2009 .333

GP-GS 19-18

AB 63

R 14

H 21

2B 6

3B 2

HR 1

RBI 8

SLG .540

BB 7

SO 12

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: TAYLOR FEATHERSTON 2009 (Freshman): • Named second-team allconference at shortstop. • Was one of just two Horned Frogs to play in and start all 58 games. • Started 48 games at shortstop and 10 at second base. • Played flawless defense in 52 chances at second base. • Ranked fourth on the team rston #12 - taylor feathe 175 with a .322 batting average. INF • So • R/R • 6-1 • ) Houston, Texas (Taylor HS • Led the team with 22 multihit games and tallied five multiple RBI contests. • Recorded a base hit in 40 games and reached base safely in 50. • Was successful in 8-of-12 stolen base attempts. • Of his 74 hits, 13 were doubles, two triples and five home runs. • Drove in 28 runs, nine of which came with two outs. • Tallied two hits, including his first career home run and scored three runs in his first collegiate game at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 20. • Picked up two RBIs and a triple in the series finale victory over the Titans on Feb. 22. • Had three hits and drove in a career-high three runs against Texas State on Feb. 24. • Went 3-for-6 at Ole Miss on Feb. 28. • Hit safely in all three games against Wichita State March 6-8. • Homered at Texas State on March 10. • Was a perfect 5-for-5 with two doubles and a triple against Oklahoma on March 17. • Picked up two more doubles at Utah on March 20. • Had another three-hit day against San Diego State on March 28. • Put together a four-game hit streak that saw him collect nine hits in 19 at-bats. • Seven of the hits came in the New Mexico series, including a four-hit contest in the series finale on April 5. • Picked up two hits, including a double, and drove in a run at Oklahoma on April 14. • Drove in two and scored two runs at San Diego State on April 25. • Posted his fifth three-hit contest of the season on April 28 at Texas A&M. • Tallied five hits in the series against Utah May 8-10.

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• Recorded his first multiple home run game with two in the second game of the series. • Had four hits in the Mountain West Conference tournament. • Was 3-for-7 in the two games against Oregon State in the Fort Worth Regional. • Selected to the All-Regional team. • Went 2-for-4 with a home run in the NCAA Super Regional opener on June 6. • Tallied his sixth three-hit contest in the Frogs’ win over the Longhorns on June 7. Taylor High School: • Was a three-year letterwinner at Taylor High School for Melvin Cerny. • Ranked by Inside Prep Baseball as the No. 28 top prospect in Texas. • Was a two-time first-team all-district player. • Earned district MVP honors as a senior. • Named second-team all-greater Houston as a junior. • Baseball America tabbed him as the 96th top high school recruit following his junior campaign. • Participated in the 2007 Houston Area Baseball Coaches Association Junior All-Star game. • Also took part in the Texas Scouts Invitational at Minute Maid Park in 2007. • Hit .474 as a junior with five home runs and 11 doubles. Personal: • Parents are Gary and Penny. • Has two younger brothers, Drew and Everett. • Majoring in business.

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Featherston’s Career Stats

Overall Year Avg. 2009 .322

GP-GS 58-58

AB 230

R 54

H 74

2B 13

3B 2

HR 5

RBI 28

SLG .461

BB 21

SO 40

SB-A 8-12

Conference Year Avg. 2009 .267

GP-GS 20-20

AB 86

R 19

H 23

2B 4

3B 0

HR 2

RBI 11

SLG .384

BB 6

SO 16

SB-A 3-4


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: GREG HOLLE 2009 (Sophomore): • Made nine starts as part of 12 appearances. • Finished the season with a 5-2 record. • Totaled 26 strikeouts in 41 2/3 innings pitched. • Posted a 3.89 ERA. • Team posted a 7-2 record in games he started and a 9-3 record overall. • First start of the season e ll Ho #44 - Greg 240 • 6-8 • R/R • came on Feb. 25 against Jr. • P RH ian Brothers) Loudonville, N.Y. (Christ Texas State. • Earned the victory, allowing two runs on three hits in 4 2/3 innings. • Fanned a season-high five batters in the win. • Improved to 2-0 in a four-inning start at UT Arlington on March 3, surrendering just one unearned run. • Win No. 3 came on March 24 against Stephen F. Austin. • Allowed one run on seven hits in five innings of work. • Got a no-decision after tossing a career-high 7 2/3 innings in which he allowed just one run and struck out four. • Suffered his first loss of the campaign after allowing two runs in two innings of work at Texas on April 7. • Tossed three no-hit innings at UT Pan American to earn his fourth win. • Struck out five in 5 1/3 innings at Dallas Baptist on May 11, improving to 5-1. • Final start of the campaign came on May 22, a loss against Utah. • Limited opponents to a .269 average. 2008 (Freshman): • Made 14 starts as a true freshman. • Finished the season with a 1-2 mark to go along with a 4.50 ERA. • Struck out 32 batters in 60 innings pitched. • Was 0-1 in eight conference starts. • Team had a 9-5 record in games he started. • Was the lone starter to not give up a home run all season. • Surrendered just nine extra-base hits all season. • Made his collegiate debut on Feb. 24 against No. 14 Cal State Fullerton. • Allowed four runs (two earned) on six hits in 4 2/3 innings pitched with four punch outs. • After a rough start against Tulane on March 2, turned in one of his best performances against No. 2 Ole Miss. • Held the Rebels to one run on six hits in 6 2/3 innings with a career-high five Ks. • Performance earned him Mountain West Conference Co-Pitcher of the Week honors. • The Frogs were victorious in each of his last seven starts of the season. • Had a great outing against Air Force on April 6, but got a no-decision.

• Allowed just two unearned runs in 6 1/3 innings pitched. • Followed with another strong start against UNLV on April 13. • Tossed a career-high seven innings, allowing two runs on three hits. • Helped the Frogs clinch the regular season crown with five strong innings of work at New Mexico on May 17. • Allowed three runs (two earned) on five hits with four strikeouts. • Ranked sixth in the conference with a league ERA of 4.38. Christian Brothers Academy: • Was the New York State Player of the Year by Perfect Game. • Drafted in the 35th round (1,079th overall) by the New York Yankees. • Tabbed as a Louisville Slugger Preseason All-American prior to his senior year. • A first-team, large-school All-Area selection by the Times Union and the Troy Record. • Competed for the South Troy Dodgers’ Connie Mack program in the summer of 2007. • Helped his team to a fifth-place finish, earning the Dodgers’ lone win of the Connie Mack World Series. • Is the Dodgers’ all-time home run leader. • Earned invitations to the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Joplin, Mo. and the Perfect Game National Showcase in Fayetteville, Ark. • Also invited to the East Coast Professional Showcase (Boston Red Sox) in Wilmington, N.C. • Participated in the Goodwill Games versus Japan in Cooperstown, N.Y. and the World Wood Bat Championships in Jupiter, Fla. Personal: • Parents are Gary and Paula. • Has an older brother, Gary. • Father, Gary, played in the Major Leagues as a member of the Texas Rangers. • Brother, Gary, Jr., played basketball at Siena College.

Holle’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2008 4.50 2009 3.89 Tot 4.25

W-L G-GS CG 1-2 14-14 0 5-2 12-9 0 6-4 26-23 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV IP 0 60.0 0 41.2 0 101.2

Conference Year ERA 2008 4.38 2009 9.00 Tot 4.61

W-L G-GS CG 0-1 8-8 0 0-0 2-0 0 0-1 10-8 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

H 71 43 114

R 35 19 54

ER 30 18 48

BB 30 15 45

SO 32 26 58

WP 5 2 7

HB 10 3 13

IP H 39.0 44 2.0 5 41.0 49

R 22 2 24

ER 19 2 21

BB 16 1 17

SO 20 3 23

WP 3 0 3

HB 7 0 7

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: ZAC JORDAN 2009 (Redshirt Freshman): • Appeared in nine games and made one start. • Batted .250 (4-for-16) on the season. • Three of his four base hits on the season went for doubles. • Posted a .438 slugging percentage and a .333 on-base #23 - Zac Jordan percentage. • 185 OF • RS -So • R/R • 5-11 HS) tist Bap d Ben rt (Fo as • Made his collegiate debut Sugar Land, Tex on Feb. 25 against Texas State. • Picked up his first collegiate hit on March 8 against Wichita State. • Tallied an RBI single in the seventh inning against the Shockers. • Doubled in all three games against UT Pan American April 9-11. • Picked up a pinch-hit double on April 9. • Was 1-for-4 in his lone start of the season on April 10, an RBI double in sixth inning. • Scored a career-high two runs in the series finale against the Broncs and picked up his third double of the season. • Tallied a base hit in four of nine games on the season. • Reached base in five of nine games. • Was 1-for-5 as a pinch hitter.

Fort Bend Baptist High School: • Four-year varsity letterwinner and two-year captain for Matthew Fox. • As a sophomore, garnered first-team all-district honors and third-team all-state accolades. • Repeated honors as a junior with his second straight first-team all-district campaign and third-team all-state honors. • Earned his third consecutive first-team all-district honor as a senior. • Tabbed as a first-team all-state performer following his senior campaign. • Earned the Leadership Award as a senior. • Named the district’s best pitcher. • Hit .445 with six home runs as a senior. • Participated in the Texas Rangers Area Code tryouts. • Member of the Houston Kyle Chapman baseball organization. Personal: • Parents are David and Sandra. • Has a younger sister, Jessica. • Majoring in business.

2008 (True Freshman) • Coaches elected to redshirt him as a true freshman.

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Overall Year Avg. 2009 .250

Jordan’s Career Stats GP-GS 9-1

AB 16

R 3

H 4

2B 3

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 2

SLG .438

BB 1

SO 5

SB-A 0-0


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: WALKER KELLY 2009 (Freshman): • Made 11 appearances with one start. • Combined on two shut outs on the season. • Finished the season with a

195 LHP • So. • L/L • 5-10 • ton Heights HS) Fort Worth, Texas (Arling

ball. • Baseball America tabbed him as the No. 83 prospect in Texas. • Drafted in the 50th round of the 2008 MLB draft by Seattle. • Was a first-team all-state performer as a junior and a second-team honoree as a sophomore.

1-2 record to go along with

• Honored as a first-team all-district performer three straight years.

a 7.71 ERA.

• Went 8-0 as a freshman, 12-0 as a sophomore and 9-0 as a junior.

• Held opponents scoreless in

y #18 - Walker Kell

• Ranked as the No. 4 top recruit in the state of Texas by Inside Prep Base-

six of his 11 appearances. • Team posted a 6-5 record in games he pitched.

• Played in the Perfect Game national showcase in the summer of 2007. • Also participated in the Team USA Junior National trials. • Member of the 2002 Little League World Series team from Westside Little League in Fort Worth.

• Fanned one batter in his collegiate debut, an inning of work against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 24. • Struck out a career-high four batters in two innings of work at UT Arlington on March 3. • Threw two scoreless innings with three strikeouts against Wichita State on March 8.

Personal: • Parents are Jon and Kathy. • Has five older siblings, Jon Jr, Shannon and Michael Kelly and Boston and Shannon Smith. • Plans on majoring in business.

• Was tagged with the loss against Minnesota on March 14 after allowing two runs in 1/3 innings of work. • Struck out the side in a one-inning stint against New Mexico on April 5. • Lone start of the season came on April 10 at UT Pan American. • Combined to toss the ninth no-hitter in school history with four shutout innings that included four strikeouts. • Suffered a loss in his final outing of the season on April 28 at Texas A&M. • Limited opponents to a .171 batting average against. • Tallied 18 strikeouts and walked just eight. Arlington Heights High School • Lettered four seasons at Arlington Heights for head coach Tommy Elliott.

Kelly’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2009 7.71

W-L G-GS CG 1-2 11-1 0

SH/CB 0/2

SV 0

IP 11.2

H 7

R 10

ER 10

BB 8

SO 18

WP 1

HB 4

Conference Year ERA 2009 0.00

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 2-0 0

SH/CB 0/0

SV 1.1

IP 1

H 0

R 0

ER 0

BB 0

SO 4

WP 0

HB 0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: STEVEN MAXWELL 2009 (RS Sophomore): • Returned from “Tommy John” surgery to make 12 appearances, including 10 starts. • Finished the season with a 3-2 record and a 6.10 ERA. • Fanned 27 batters in 38 1/3 innings of work. • Walked just 10 batters. • First appearance on the l season came in the seasonel w ax M #4 - Steven • 180 6-0 • R/R • -Jr. opener at Cal State FullerRS • P RH e Woodlands HS) The Woodlands, Texas (Th ton on Feb. 20. • Allowed three runs (two earned) in 1 1/3 innings of work. • Struck out five in five innings of work against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 24. • Earned the win in his first start of the season. • Suffered the loss against Baylor on March 4 after allowing two runs (one earned) in 4 1/3 innings of work. • Improved to 2-1 with a win at Texas State on March 10. • Tied his season high with five Ks in five innings of work. • Tossed five innings each in starts at Baylor (March 26) and New Mexico (April 3). • Allowed just two runs on four hits versus New Mexico. • Tallied third win of the season against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 22. • Surrendered two unearned runs in 4 1/3 innings against BYU on May 1. • Tossed a scoreless inning at Texas in the Super Regional on June 6. • Team posted a 6-4 record in games he started. • Opponents were only successful on 3-of-8 stolen base attempts. 2008 (True Sophomore) • Started the season as the Frogs’ No. 2 starter before suffering a seasonending elbow injury. • Was granted a medical redshirt after undergoing Tommy John surgery in March. • Finished the season with a 1-0 record in three starts with a 2.50 ERA. • Struck out 12 batters in 18 innings pitched, while walking just five. • Picked up the Frogs’ lone victory in season-opening series against No. 14 Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 23. • Tossed seven innings, allowing two runs on four hits with five strikeouts. • Got a no-decision against Pepperdine on March 1. • Allowed just two runs on seven hits in six innings of work. • Struck out a career-high six batters against No. 2 Ole Miss on March 8. • Allowed just two runs (one earned) on three hits in five innings. • Team was 2-1 in the three games he pitched.

• Fanned 22 batters and walked just six in 21 innings of work. • TCU was 13-2 in games he pitched. • Held opponents scoreless in 10 of his 15 outings. • Made four appearances in conference play and had a 3.00 ERA. • Did not allow a run in his first four collegiate appearances, spanning 5 1/3 innings. • Collegiate debut came on Feb. 10 at UCF. • Tallied a career-high three strikeouts in a March 18 stint versus Air Force. • Allowed three runs in a career-high three innings against Texas A&M • Followed with a stretch of allowing just one run in 6 1/3 innings over the course of five contests. • Racked up eight strikeouts to just one walk and five hits. • Pitched just 1 2/3 innings against UTA in his lone start, surrendering three runs on five hits with two Ks. • Earned his first collegiate win in the MWC Tournament Championship game against BYU on May 26. • The Frogs were trailing 8-5 with two outs in the top of the ninth and Maxwell retired the lone batter he faced and TCU scored four times in the ninth to win the game. • Allowed just three of his eight inherited runners to score, helped along by opponents .182 batting average with runners on base. The Woodlands High School: • Was the MVP of the state championship game. • Team was crowned the National Champions after his senior season. • Named first-team all-district and all-Greater Houston. • Also a first-team all-state performer. • Earned honorable mention Louisville Slugger All-American honors. • Was 14-0 with a 1.27 ERA as a senior. Personal: • Parents are Mike and Pam. • Has an older brother, Brandon, and a younger brother, Bryan. • Plans on majoring in business.

2007 (Freshman): • Finished the season with a 1-0 record in 15 appearances with a 3.86 ERA. • Lone start of the season came on May 15 against UT-Arlington.

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Maxwell’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2007 3.86 2008 2.50 2009 6.10 Tot 4.66

W-L G-GS CG 1-0 15-1 0 1-0 3-3 0 3-2 12-10 0 5-2 30-14 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/1 0/1

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 21.0 18.0 38.1 77.1

H 24 14 49 87

R 10 6 31 47

ER 9 5 26 40

BB 6 5 10 21

SO 22 12 27 61

WP 2 1 2 5

HB 1 1 3 5

Conference Year ERA 2007 3.00 2009 9.53 Tot 7.27

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 4-0 0 0-0 4-4 0 0-0 8-4 0

SH/CB 0/0 0/0 0/0

SV 0 0 0

IP H 6.0 4 11.1 20 17.1 24

R 2 14 16

ER 2 12 14

BB 1 5 6

SO 7 7 14

WP 1 0 1

HB 0 0 0


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: KALEB MERCK 2009 (Freshman):

Keller High School

• Made 17 appearances on

• Lettered four seasons at Keller High School for Rob Stramp.

the season. • Tossed 16 2/3 innings and posted a 5.94 ERA. • Tallied 22 strikeouts and walked just 10 batters. • Held opponents scoreless in

#6 - Kaleb Merck RHP • So. • R/R • 6-0 • 200 ) Keller, Texas (Keller HS

12 of his 17 appearances. • Team posted an 11-6 record in games he pitched.

• Picked up his lone save of the season in his first appearance on Feb. 21 at Cal State Fullerton. • Retired all three batters he faced, including one strikeout. • Fanned two in an inning of work against Texas State on Feb. 25.

• Ranked as the No. 15 top recruit in the state of Texas by Inside Prep Baseball. • Baseball America tabbed him as the No. 41 prospect in Texas. • Was the District 5-5A MVP as a senior. • Also selected third-team all-state following his senior campaign. • A two-time MVP on his high school team. • Was the district Pitcher of the Year as a sophomore. • A member of the 2007 USA Baseball Junior National Team. • Took part in the 2008 Connie Mack World Series. • Played in the Area Code games with the Texas Rangers scout team. • Was the offensive MVP of the 2006 Connie Mack World Series with a .818 batting average. • Finished his high school career with a 22-3 record and 245 strikeouts.

• Allowed his first run of the season in his fourth appearance. • Surrendered a run on two hits with two strikeouts in an inning of work against Wichita State on March 7.

Personal: • Parents are Danny and Kathy.

• Tossed 1 1/3 scoreless innings with two Ks against Utah on March 22.

• Has two younger siblings, Kasey and Kyler.

• Struck out a career-high three batters in an inning of work against Ste-

• Plans on majoring in business.

phen F. Austin on March 24. • Threw three scoreless innings over two appearances on April 5 (New Mexico) and April 11 (UT Pan American). • Pitched a career-high 2 1/3 innings against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 22. • Tied his career-high with three strikeouts in the game. • Turned in three straight scoreless outings from April 28 through May 9. • Ended the season with two scoreless appearances spanning three innings. • Struck out two in an inning of work against Oregon State on May 30.

Merck’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2009 5.94

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 17-0 0

SH/CB 0/1

SV 1

IP 16.2

H 24

R 11

ER 11

BB 10

SO 22

WP 1

HB 1

Conference Year ERA 2009 2.25

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 5-0 0

SH/CB 0/0

SV 0

IP 4.0

H 5

R 1

ER 1

BB 2

SO 5

WP 0

HB 0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: RELLY MERCURIO 2009 (Redshirt Freshman)

• Ranked as the No. 61 position player by Perfect Game.

• Appeared in three games

• As a junior, he was ranked by Baseball America as one of the top 300 2007 graduates.

off the bench. • First collegiate plate ap-

• Earned invitations to the Perfect Game National Showcase at Arkansas and to the AFLAC Showcase in San Diego in 2006.

pearance came against Dallas Baptist on Feb. 24.

• Awarded the 2007 Ray Knoblauch award given to a Bellaire High School senior for excellence on and off the field.

• Played first base and made two

rio #27 - Relly Mercu • 220 INF • RS -So • L/R • 6-5 HS) Houston, Texas (Bellaire

plate

appearances

against Wichita State on

Personal:

March 8.

• Parents are Jim and Deirdre.

• Drew a walk in the game.

• Has a younger brother, Wesley, and two younger sisters, Marielle and MacKenzie.

• Came off the bench and had four at-bats against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi on April 22. • Scored his first collegiate run in the contest.

• Brother, Wesley, is a member of the Baylor University baseball team. • Father, Jim, played soccer at Indiana University. • Majoring in business.

2008 (Freshman) • Coaches elected to redshirt him as a true freshman. Bellaire High School: • Earned three varsity letters for head coach Rocky Manuel. • Was a Preseason All-American prior to his senior campaign. • Earned all-state and all-Greater Houston honors as a senior. • Was a three-time first-team all-district performer.

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Overall Year Avg. 2009 .000

Mercurio’s Career Stats GP-GS 3-0

AB 6

R 1

H 0

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 0

SLG .000

BB 1

SO 1

SB-A 0-0


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: ERIK MILLER 2009 (Freshman): • Made 22 appearances, fin-

• Threw two scoreless innings against Wright State on May 29 to earn his third save.

ishing the season with a 0-2

• Threw a scoreless inning on May 31 against Oregon State.

record.

• Team posted a 13-9 record in games he pitched.

• Also tallied three saves. • Fanned 25 batters in 26 innings pitched, while issuing just eight walks.

#43 - Erik Miller

RHP • So. • R/R • 6-3 • 210 etown HS) Georgetown, Texas (Georg

• Held opponents scoreless in 14 of his 22 appearances. • Posted a 4.50 ERA.

• Allowed just one unearned run in his first five appearances spanning 6

Georgetown High School: • Was a four-year letterwinner at Georgetown High School for Danny Wallace. • Named to the Central Texas All-Star team. • Was the District 14-5A MVP as a senior. • Earned a spot on the all-state team following his senior campaign. • Went 17-1 with 10 saves in his career.

2/3 innings. • The unearned run came in his collegiate debut at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 21.

Personal: • Parents are Jeff and Chris.

• Tossed two innings and struck out three batters.

• Has an older brother, Brett and a younger sister, Camryn.

• Earned his first career save on March 6 against Wichita State with a

• Plans on majoring in business.

scoreless inning of work. • Was tagged with the loss against Oklahoma on March 17. • Surrendered two runs and took the loss at Utah on March 22. • Rebounded with five scoreless outings from April 5-21. • Gave up four hits and struck out two in the five-inning stretch. • Struck out four in three straight appearances from April 28-May 11. • Streak started out with four Ks at Texas A&M in two innings of work on April 28. • Fanned four in 1 2/3 innings of work against Utah on May 9. • Also struck out four on May 11 at Dallas Baptist in a career-high 2 1/3 innings of work. • Also earned his second save of the season in the contest.

Miller’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2009 4.50

W-L G-GS CG 0-2 22-0 0

SH/CB 0/1

SV 3

IP 26.0

H 29

R 16

ER 13

BB 8

SO 25

WP 0

HB 3

Conference Year ERA 2009 9.82

W-L G-GS CG 0-1 6-0 0

SH/CB 0/0

SV 0

IP 7.1

H 14

R 10

ER 8

BB 5

SO 11

WP 0

HB 0

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: JIMMIE PHARR 2009 (Sophomore): • Played in 29 games and started 11. • Was a pinch-hitter in 11 contests, five as a defensive replacement and twice was a pinch runner. • Hit safely in seven games and reached base safely in nine. • Tallied three multi-hit games and one multiple r ar Ph RBI contest. ie m #31 - Jim • Batted .255 with six doubles C • So • R/R • 5-11 • 195 ower Mound HS) Flower Mound, Texas (Fl and a home run. • First hit of the season was a double in a start against Texas State on Feb. 25. • Started the finale at Utah and went 3-for-5 with a double, a run scored and an RBI on March 22. • Tallied a pinch-hit RBI single on March 26 at Baylor. • Was huge in a win over New Mexico on April 5. • Went 4-for-5 with a run scored, a double and his first career grand slam. • Started at UT Pan American on April 10 and recorded a double in four at-bats. • Came in as a defensive replacement in the series finale against the Broncs and was 2-for-2 with two doubles and a run scored. • Went 1-for-4 with a run scored in a start against Utah on May 10. • Drove in a run at Dallas Baptist on May 11. • Scored a run as a pinch runner against Oregon State on May 30. • Hit .800 (4-for-5) with a runner on third and less than two outs.

• Drove in a career-high three runs against UNLV on March 29. • Smacked his first career home run on April 2 at Texas State, a two-run shot in the seventh. • Hit a pinch-hit three run home run against UNLV on April 12. • Singled in the game-winning run in the series finale against UNLV on April 13. • Drove in a run as part of a 1-for-3 day at the plate against UT-Pan American on May 11. • Picked up an RBI in the Mountain West Conference Tournament championship game against New Mexico on May 24. • Finished the season errorless in his last 27 games played spanning 40 chances. Flower Mound High School • Lettered three years for head coach Steve Stinson. • Named all-state as a senior. • Participated in the THSCA and the North Texas All-Star games as a senior. • Earned first-team all-Tarrant County honors as a sophomore. • Was a three-time first-team all-district performer. • Named first-team all-area following his senior campaign. • Hit .397 as a senior with 12 home runs and 47 RBI. • Was a .330 hitter as a junior and a .426 hitter as a sophomore. Personal: • Parents are Jim and Sandy. • Has an older sister, Jessi. • Grandfather, Jerry Mays, played for the Kansas City Chiefs. • Is the cousin of former Oklahoma Sooner, Aaron Baker. • Majoring in communications.

2008 (Freshman): • Played in 34 games and made 21 starts (five at catcher, 16 as the designated hitter). • Tallied 18 hits on the season, seven of which went for extra bases. • Racked up five doubles, two home runs and drove in 15 runs. • Was a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen bases. • Picked up a base hit in 15 contests and reached base safely in 22. • Made his collegiate debut off the bench on March 11 against Prairie View A&M. • Was hit by a pitch in his first collegiate plate appearance. • Notched his first collegiate hit in his first career start on March 12 against the Panthers, a double in the second inning. • Second hit was also a double, a run-scoring two-base hit against New Mexico on March 20. • Commenced a season-long, four-game hit streak on March 25 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. • Hit .500 (6-for-12) during that stretch with two doubles and four RBI. • Had two doubles in the second game of the doubleheader against the Islanders.

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Overall Year 2008 2009 Tot

Pharr’s Career Stats Avg. .228 .255 .238

GP-GS 34-21 29-11 63-33

AB 79 51 130

R 8 7 15

H 18 13 31

2B 5 6 11

3B 0 0 0

HR 2 1 3

RBI 15 8 23

SLG .367 .431 .392

BB 10 3 13

SO 15 13 28

SB-A 2-2 0-0 2-2

Conference Year Avg. 2008 .224 2009 .348 Tot .264

GP-GS 20-13 10-5 30-18

AB 49 23 72

R 4 3 7

H 11 8 19

2B 2 2 4

3B 0 0 0

HR 1 1 2

RBI 9 5 14

SLG .327 .565 .403

BB 4 2 6

SO 10 6 16

SB-A 0-0 0-0 0-0


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: BRANCE RIVERA 2009 (Freshman): • Appeared in 36 games and made six starts. • Made 15 appearances as a defensive replacement, 11 as a pinch runner and four as a pinch hitter. • Batted .250 on the season with nine runs scored and six RBIs. • Dropped down four sacrifices. RA VE RI #5 - BRANCE 170 • 6-3 • R/R • • Was 1-for-4 as a pinch-hitSo. • INF e HS) Muscatine, Iowa (Muscatin ter. • Tallied a base hit in seven of the 21 games he made a plate appearance. • Reached base safely in nine of those contests. • Picked up one multi-hit game and two multiple RBI contests. • Scored a run as a pinch-runner at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 20. • First at-bat came on Feb. 25 against Texas State. • Tallied an RBI single against Stephen F. Austin on March 24. • Came off the bench and went 2-for-2 with two RBIs at Baylor on March 26. • Extended his hit streak to three games with a single against UT Arlington on April 1. • Drove in a run in a start against Texas Tech on April 13. • Started against BYU on April 30 and went 1-for-4 with two RBIs and a run scored. • Picked up a pinch-hit single in the Super Regional at Texas on June 8. • Hit .462 (6-for-13) with runners on base. Muscatine High School • Was a five-time letterwinner at Muscatine High School. • Baseball America ranked him as the eighth top prospect in the state of Iowa.

• Tabbed a Louisville Slugger All-American in 2008. • Earned first-team all-district honors three straight years. • Also honored as an all-state and all-conference performer. • Selected as the baseball MVP. • Won gold gloves as a sophomore, junior and senior. • Honored with a gold bat as a senior. • Named to the All-Star Iowa Junior team. • Participated in Perfect Game’s National Showcase. • Played at the Mariners Cup in Seattle for the White Sox team. • Named the Most Improved player as a sophomore. • Was a member of Perfect Game’s Fall Iowa Select team in 2006 and 2007. • Tallied 43 doubles and 14 home runs over the last three seasons. • Posted a .354 average as a sophomore, .400 as a junior and .451 as a senior. Personal: • Parents are Matthew and Susanna. • Has an older brother, Barry, and a younger brother, Benjamin. • Plans on majoring in movement science.

Rivera’s Career Stats

Overall Year Avg. 2009 .250

GP-GS 36-6

AB 32

R 9

H 8

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 6

SLG .250

BB 4

SO 7

SB-A 2-4

Conference Year Avg. 2009 .000

GP-GS 9-1

AB 6

R 2

H 0

2B 0

3B 0

HR 0

RBI 0

SLG .000

BB 1

SO 3

SB-A 0-1

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: AARON SCHULTZ

ltz #29 - Aaron Schu• 170 5-8 INF/OF • RS -So • R/R • lins HS) Col ein (Kl as Spring, Tex

2009 (Redshirt Freshman): • Played in 27 games and made 21 starts. • Hit safely in 12 games and reached base safely in 18 contests. • Notched five multi-hit games and tallied two multiple RBI contests. • Hit .254 on the season with 18 base hits. • Drove in nine runs. • Posted one double and two home runs. • Had a .352 slugging percentage and a .354 on-base percentage.

• Tallied one outfield assist. • Made five appearances before moving into the starting lineup on April 21. • First start of the season came on April 21 against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. • Was 3-for-3 with a run scored and a walk in the contest. • Picked up two hits in the April 25 contest against San Diego State. • Tallied a double in the contest. • Drove in two runs with a 1-for-3 day in the series finale against San Diego State on April 26. • Was 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI in the series-opener against Utah on May 8. • Also posted a 2-for-3 day with a run scored and an RBI in the series finale on May 10. • Connected for his first career home run, a three-run shot at UNLV on May 14. • Homered for the second day in a row on May 15 against the Rebels. • Tallied three hits in the Fort Worth Regional, including two against Oregon State on May 30. • Had a hit in the Frogs win over Texas on June 7. • Five of his nine RBIs came with two outs.

• Hit safely in eight of 15 games. • Collected his first collegiate hit on Feb. 23 against #14 Cal State Fullerton. • Hit spurred a season-long, four-game hit streak. • Tallied a double and a run scored against UT-Arlington on March 4. • Picked up two outfield assists in a win over Dallas Baptist on Feb. 26. • Best game of the season came on March 12 against Prairie View A&M. • Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored, two doubles and two RBI. • Last game of the season was March 15 at Wichita State. Klein Collins High School: • Earned four varsity letters for head coach Kent Meador. • Was named the district Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore. • Earned first-team all-district honors as a junior. • Named third-team all-Greater Houston following his junior campaign. • Selected as the team Offensive MVP as a junior. • Honored as a first-team all-district, second-team all-Greater Houston and second-team all-state as a senior. • Also tabbed as a Louisville Slugger Honorable Mention All-American as a senior. • Excelled in the classroom, earning academic all-state accolades. • Earned his team’s Defensive MVP honors following his senior season. • Totaled 15 career home runs, 93 RBI and 33 doubles. • Hit .369 as a sophomore, .368 as a junior and .422 as a senior. Personal: • Parents are Russel and Donna. • Has two older brothers, Jared and Justin, and an older sister, Kayla. • Majoring in movement science.

2008 (True Freshman): • Played in 15 games and started 12 before an injury sidelined him for the remainder of the season. • Was granted a medical redshirt. • Finished the season with a .205 average that included nine base hits, six runs scored, two RBI and three doubles.

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Overall Year 2008 2009 Tot

Schultz’s Career Stats Avg. .205 .254 .243

GP-GS 15-12 27-21 42-33

AB 44 71 115

R 6 11 17

H 9 19 28

2B 3 1 4

3B 0 0 0

HR 0 2 2

RBI 2 9 11

SLG .273 .352 .330

BB 3 8 11

SO 18 26 44

SB-A 0-1 2-4 2-5

Conference Year Avg. 2009 .263

GP-GS 11-10

AB 38

R 7

H 10

2B 1

3B 0

HR 2

RBI 9

SLG .447

BB 2

SO 14

SB-A 1-2


2010 Baseball 2010 RETURNING PLAYERS: KYLE WINKLER 2009 (Freshman): • Earned an invite to the Team USA tryouts in June. • Made 17 appearances and started 14 games. • Posted a 7-1 record to go along with a 4.15 ERA. • Team held a 12-5 record in games he pitched and a 10-4 record in games he started. • Struck out 48 batters in 73 2/3 innings pitched. er kl in #8 - Kyle W 190 • 1 5-1 • R/R • • Got a no-decision in first So. • P RH ner HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Kemp career start at Cal State Fullerton on Feb. 22. • Allowed just one earned run in three innings pitched. • Recorded two outs in his first relief appearance against Texas State on Feb. 25. • Earned first career win with eight strong innings of work against Minnesota on March 16. • Allowed a run on six hits with a career-high 10 strikeouts. • Was solid in a no-decision against San Diego State on March 29. • Didn’t allow a run in 7 2/3 innings of work with three walks and three strikeouts. • Picked up second win of the season against New Mexico on April 5. • Allowed three runs on three hits with three strikeouts in five innings of work. • Tossed 1 1/3 innings of relief at UT Pan American on April 9. • Improved to 3-0 with a win over Texas Tech on April 13. • Surrendered just two runs on three hits in five innings. • Went 4-0 in the month of May. • Gave up two runs in six innings with five strikeouts against Utah on May 10. • Allowed just two runs on four hits with seven Ks in six innings at UNLV on May 16. • Pitched first career complete game against BYU on May 21 in the MWC Tournament. • Earned a spot on the MWC All-Tournament team. • Allowed just two runs on 11 hits with no walks and six strikeouts. • Limited Oregon State to just a run on two hits in eight innings in the Fort Worth Regional on May 30. • Selected to the Fort Worth All-Regional team. • Lone loss of the season came on June 6 against Texas in the Super Regional. • Allowed five runs (four earned) on five hits in 5 1/3 innings of work. • Posted a 4.08 ERA as a starter.

Kempner High School • Was a three-time letterwinner at Kempner for head coach J.D. Sellers. • Tabbed by Baseball America as the 167th top prospect in the nation and 19th best recruit in Texas. • Inside Prep Baseball also tabbed him as the 19th top high school recruit in Texas. • Selected by Milwaukee in the 37th round of the 2008 MLB Draft. • Earned first-team all-state and all-district honors as a senior. • Named to the Rawlings All-region team. • Also a first-team all-district performer as a junior. • Played in the Area Code games for the Arizona Diamondbacks scout team. • Participated in the Texas Scouts Association games at Minute Maid Park. • Was a second-team all-Houston Area player following his junior campaign. • Named District 23-5A MVP as a junior. • Participated with the 2006 USA Youth National Team that won the Pan Am Championships in Venezuela. • Earned the tournament award for the lowest ERA (1.29). • Selected to play on the Texas Sunbelt Tournament team in 2007. • Named second-team all-district and Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore. • Played in the Kyle Chapman All-Star games in 2005, 2006 and 2007. • Tossed a no-hitter in the summer of 2007 at the Perfect Game Wood Bat tournament in Atlanta. Personal: • Parents are Michael and Suzanne. • Has a younger sister, Kellsie. • Plans on majoring in psychosocial kinesiology.

Winkler’s Career Stats

Overall Year ERA 2009 4.15

W-L G-GS CG 7-1 17-14 1

SH/CB 0/0

SV 0

IP 73.2

H 70

R 43

ER 34

BB 35

SO 48

WP 4

HB 7

Conference Year ERA 2009 6.00

W-L G-GS CG 3-0 6-6 0

SH/CB 0/0

SV 0

IP 27.0

H 28

R 19

ER 18

BB 14

SO 19

WP 3

HB 1

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 REDSHIRT FRESHMEN 2009 (True Freshman) • Served as the bullpen catcher. • Suffered a broken arm in the middle of the season. • Coaches elected to use a redshirt in his first season. Friendswood High School: • Lettered twice in baseball for head coach Charlie Taylor.

• Also a stand-out football player. • Earned two varsity letters in football. • Twice earned all-district honors. Personal: • Parents are David and Laurel. • Does not have any siblings. • Plans on majoring in criminal justice with a business minor.

n

#41 - Pete Sanbor

200 C • RS -Fr. • R/R • 6-2 • dswood HS) Friendswood, Texas (Frien

2009 (True Freshman): • Coaches elected to use a redshirt in his first season.

35 - Jantzen Witte INF • RS-Fr. • R/R • 6-1 • 175 Arlington, Texas (Martin HS)

Martin High School: • Was a two-time letterwinner at Martin High School for head coach Curt Culbertson. • Tabbed as a third-team all-state performer as a senior. • Named the Defensive Player of the Year as a junior. • Selected as the team MVP as a senior.

2009 (True Freshman) • Made one appearance on the season before suffering a season-ending injury. • Granted a medical redshirt. • Lone appearance came on Feb. 24 against Dallas Baptist.

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Country Day High School: • Was a four-time letterwinner at Fort Worth Country Day. • Ranked by Baseball America as the No. 93 prospect in Texas. • Tabbed as the #23 high school recruit in Texas by Inside Prep Baseball. • Named a Rawlings All-American as a senior. • Earned all-conference honors three straight years.

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• Hit .468 with nine home runs in his senior campaign. • Named the 2008 Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s High School Baseball Player of the Year. • Helped guide his team to the District 8-5A championship as a senior. Personal: • Parents are John and Karen. • Has two younger siblings, Bentley and Tupelo. • Has not decided on a major.

• Was also an all-zone performer as a sophomore, junior and senior. • Earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior. • Posted a 1.23 ERA with 71 strikeouts on the mound as a junior. • Hit .450 with 37 RBI and 31 stolen bases his junior season. • Played in the Texas Scouts Association games at Minute Maid Park. Personal: • Parents are David and Lisa. • Has an older sister, Ashley. • Plans on majoring in communications.


2010 Baseball 2010 TRANSFERS

#2 - Jerome Peña

INF • Jr. • B/R • 5-11 • 182 rn Nevada C.C.) Cave Creek, Ariz. (Weste

tt #13 - Kyle Starra

RHP • Jr. • R/R • 6-1 • 190 ada C.C.) Boise, Idaho (Western Nev

Western Nevada C.C.: • Drafted in the 40th round by the New York Mets. • Baseball America tabbed him as the 24th top prospect in the state of Nevada. • Selected to the All-Tournament team at the JUCO World Series as a sophomore. • Tabbed as a first-team all-region player. • Hit .293 with 13 doubles and seven home runs to go along with 33 RBIs. • Earned all-conference accolades as a freshman. • Posted an on-base percentage of .408, tallied 12 doubles, drove in 28 runs and was 10-15 in stolen bases. • Racked up eight assists playing primarily in right field. • Teammates with current Horned Frog Kyle Starratt.

Western Nevada C.C.: • Helped lead his team to a third place finish in the Junior College World Series. • Was 5-3 with a complete game and two saves in 19 appearances as a sophomore. • Recorded a 3.94 ERA to go along with 42 strikeouts in 61 2/3 innings pitched. • Finished the 2008 season with a team-high 9-4 record. • Earned NJCAA Pitcher of the Week honors on April 2, 2008. • Posted a 2.43 ERA in 16 starts, while fanning 66 batters in 89 innings pitched. • Limited opponents to a .224 batting average and just 17 walks. • Teammates with current Horned Frog Jerome Peña.

Cactus Shadows High School: • Played three seasons of baseball for head coach Tom Scala. • Posted a .530 batting average with eight home runs as a senior. • Helped guide his team to a state championship while in high school. Personal: • Parents are Frank and Diane. • Has two brothers, Frankie and Anthony, and a sister, Mackenzie. • Father played baseball at Wichita State in 1978 and 1979. • Plans on majoring in speech pathology.

Mt. View High School: • Was a three-time first-team all-conference performer. • Earned academic all-conference honors from 2005-07. • As a senior, posted an 11-1 record to go along with a 1.05 ERA. Personal: • Parents are Barry and Suzanne. • Plans on majoring in economics.

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#33 - Joe Weik

INF • Jr. • R/R • 6-2 • 215 erford J.C.) pev Gra ine, Texas (Weath

s #19 - Griffin Davi

RHP • Fr. • R/R • 6-2 • 205 dswood HS) nds Frie wood, Texas (Frien

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Weatherford Junior College: • Played two seasons at Weatherford. • Was a first-team all-conference performer both seasons. • Voted to the Who’s Who of Junior College Students. • Named team offensive MVP as a sophomore. • Batted .400 with 11 home runs, 16 doubles and 52 RBIs as a sophomore. • Set the school records for doubles in a season (21) and RBIs (67) as a freshman. • Hit .406 as a redshirt freshman with seven home runs. • Earned a spot on the Dean’s list each of his two seasons at Weatherford. • Member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. • Played in the California Collegiate League over the summer. • Participated in the All-State game as a member of the San Luis Obispo Rattlers.

Nolan Catholic High School: • As a sophomore, named District Newcomer of the Year. • Was a two-time first-team all-district performer. • Selected as a first-team all-state honoree as a senior. • Named district MVP as a senior. • Garnered second-team all-state honors in baseball as a junior. • Batted .450 as a junior and .475 as a senior. • Earned three varsity letters.

Friendswood High School: • Earned two varsity letters in baseball. • Garnered second-team all-district honors as a senior. • Member 2008 State Semi-Finalist squad. • Also helped guide his squad to a regional finalist as a senior. • Posted 48 strike-outs in 36 innings pitched. • Pitched for the Houston Raiders in the 2009 Premier Senior Championship games.

• Earned one win and one save, while posting an ERA of 0.00. • Teammates with current Horned Frog redshirt freshman Pete Sanborn.

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Personal: • Parents are Gary and Jackie. • Has two older brothers, Kevin and Keith, and two older sisters, Kim and Krissy. • Majoring in marketing.

Personal: • Parents are Scott and Gabrielle. • Has a sister, Lindsey. • Has not decided on a major.


2010 Baseball 2010 FRESHMEN

#15 - Tyler Duffie RHP • Fr. • R/R • 6-4 • 217 ) Dallas, Texas (Lamar HS

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de #24 - Josh Elan205

C/OF • Fr. • R/R • 6-0 • Rock HS) Round Rock, Texas (Round

Lamar High School: • A three-time all-district performer. • Earned second-team all-district honors as a sophomore and junior. • Garnered first-team all-district honors as a senior. • Member of the 2008 All-TASO team as a senior. • As a sophomore, was a member of the Sunbelt All-Texas Team. • Posted a 3-0 with 20 strikeouts in 18 innings pitched to go along with a 1.40 ERA.

• As a junior, he was 4-0 with a save and 29 strikeouts in 27 innings pitched. • Played with the Houston Heat programs in the summer.

Round Rock High School: • Drafted in the 37th round by the Washington Nationals. • Selected as the District 16-5A Most Valuable Player as a senior. • Earned first-team all-state honors and firstteam all-Central Texas accolades as a senior. • Named an Under Armour All-American as a junior and senior. • Tabbed first-team academic all-state as a senior. • Participated in the Texas Scouts game and the THSCAA all-star game. • Was the runner-up in the Under Armour home run derby. • Took part in the Under Armour All-American game. • Twice earned first-team all-district honors.

• Also a two-time first-team all-Central Texas performer. • Named to the Central Texas High School Express All-Star team as a junior and senior. • Was named District 16-5A Newcomer of the Year in 2007. • Is a four-time academic all-district performer. • Played for the Austin Slam. • Posted a .432 batting average as a senior. • Earned four varsity letters.

Personal: • Parents are John and Missy. • Has two older brothers, Parker and Connor. • Plans on majoring in business.

Personal: • Parents are Robert and Kris. • Has two sisters, Shannon and Lauren, and one brother Chase. • Is a pre-major.

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her #20 - Jarred Fanc 0 • 175 INF/OF • Fr. • R/R • 5-1 Katy, Texas (Katy HS)

ray #26 - Steven Mur 185 LHP • Fr. • L/L • 6-2 • l HS) Houston, Texas (Memoria

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Katy High School: • Was an all-district performer each of the last three seasons. • Garnered all-state recognition as a senior. • Named to the all-Greater Houston team following his junior and senior campaigns. • Also named to the All-Sunbelt team as a sophomore and junior. • Earned team MVP honors as a junior and senior. • Served as team captain each of the last three seasons. • Participates with the Kyle Chapman baseball club.

• Hit .333 as a sophomore with three home runs and 23 RBIs. • Posted a .398 average as a junior with four home runs and 33 RBIs. • Capped his high school career with a .423 average as a senior with eight home runs and 44 RBIs. • Earned four varsity letters.

Memorial High School: • Voted Newcomer of the Year in 2008. • Earned all-district honors as a junior. • Named first-team all-district following his senior campaign. • Garnered second-team all-Greater Houston honors as a senior. • Tossed 41 innings, fanning 70 batters and posting a 1.54 ERA. • Lettered two seasons in baseball.

Personal: • Parents are Tim and Shelley. • Has an older brother, Matthew and a younger sister, Laura. • Has not decided on a major.

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Personal: • Parents are Wayne and Renee. • Has two younger sisters, Brittany and Leah. • Plans on majoring in business.


2010 Baseball 2010 FRESHMEN

#47 - Matt Purke LHP • Fr. • L/L • 6-4 • 180 ) Spring, Texas (Klein HS

ngeln #1 - Kyle Von Tu180 OF • Fr. • L/L • 6-0 • ner HS) Sugar Land, Texas (Kemp

Klein High School: • Drafted by the Texas Rangers in the first round with the 14th overall pick of the 2009 MLB draft. • Rivals.com tabbed him the top high school prospect in the nation. • Ranked by Baseball America as the nation’s third-ranked high school prospect. • Also tabbed as the second-ranked prospect in Texas and the eight-ranked national prospect. • Garnered Baseball America’s High School Pitcher of the Year honors as a junior. • Also named an Aflac and Under Armour AllAmerican following his junior campaign. • Selected as the Perfect Game National Showcase top pitching prospect. • Starred on the national level with the 2006 16U USA National team.

• Was also a member of the 2007 and 2008 18U USA National teams. • Honored as a first-team all-state and all-district performer as a junior. • Finished his junior campaign with a 12-1 record to go along with a 0.37 ERA and 147 strikeouts in 76 2/3 innings pitched. • Earned first-team all-district honors as a sophomore and as a senior. • Participated in the Aflac All-American game played at Dodger Stadium. • Also starred in the Houston Heat summer program.

Kempner High School: • Earned first-team all-state, all-Houston and all-district honors as a senior. • Honored as a second-team All-American as a senior. • Baseball America ranked him as the 77th prospect in the state of Texas. • Participated in the Under Armour and Area Code tryouts. • Played on the Yankees scout team in the World Wood Bat Championships in Jupiter, Florida. • Helped the team win the Palomino World Series. • Also earned first-team accolades as a sophomore. • Twice been named second-team all-district performer (2006, 2008). • Was named MVP of the CABA World Series after hitting seven home runs in 11 games.

• Helped his team claim the CABA World Series crown. • A three-time member of the Sunbelt Classic Texas Team. • Participated in the North vs. South Houston and State all-star games as a junior and senior. • Batted over .400 each year, including a .537 average as a senior, with 19 career home runs and 34 career stolen bases. • Lettered four seasons in baseball. • Was also a member of the Kyle Chapman baseball club. • Teammates with current Horned Frog Kyle Winkler and Tyler Lockwood.

Personal: • Parents are Lawrence and Margaret. • Has an older brother, Jason. • Is a pre-major.

Personal: • Parents are Rob and Mary. • Has an older sister, Megan. • Is a pre-major.

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TCU Horned Frogs TCU COACHING STAFF: JIM SCHLOSSNAGLE extension through 2014. “Coach Schlossnagle has done a terrific job at TCU and is widely regarded as one of the top coaches in the nation,” remarked former TCU Athletics Director Danny Morrison. “It’s great that Coach Schlossnagle has made the commitment to be here for many years, and we continue to be excited about the momentum in the program under his superb leadership.” “I am very grateful to TCU for their continued strong commitment to my family, our coaching staff and the TCU baseball program,” said Schlossnagle. “We love the TCU and Fort Worth community and snagle look forward to continuing to move the program #22 - Jim SchlosSea son Head Coach • Seventh forward among the nation’s elite.” Elon College (1992) Schlossnagle has won more games (251) in six years than any coach in TCU history after posting On July 9, 2003, a new era in TCU baseball be- the top six win totals each of the last six years. He is gan as Jim Schlossnagle became just the program’s 251-120 (.677) as the head coach at TCU and 328ninth coach since 1940. 167 (.663) in eight years as a head coach. The outstanding work Schlossnagle did in his Schlossnagle’s presence at TCU was felt immefirst four seasons at the helm was rewarded in Sep- diately with his recruiting prowess and his staff has tember 2007 as the head coach inked a contract shown no signs of a letdown. He has set the stage The schlossnagle file for many successful seasons to come through his recruiting talent. His first recruiting class at TCU Coaching Career saw four players drafted. All but one of the draftAssistant Coach • Elon College (1990-92)..............................99-41 (.707) ees made it on campus for the Frogs. Baseball • Clemson (1993)...........................................45-20 (.692) America ranked the 2005 recruiting class as the • Tulane (1994-01).................................... 346-158 (.686) third best in the nation. The 2006 recruiting class Totals.................................................490-219 (.691) also brought national recognition, this time in the form of a No. 21 ranking by Collegiate Baseball. Head Coach (328-167) • UNLV (2002-03).........................................77-47 (.575) The program reached new heights in 2009 • TCU (2004-present).............................. 251-120 (.677) under Schlossnagle’s leadership. One of the naTotals.................................................328-167 (.663) tion’s most difficult schedules paid dividends as the Frogs earned their first-ever No. 1 seed and Coaching Honors hosted a regional. Hosting proved to be just the • 2003 MWC Coach of the Year (UNLV) right combination to propel the Frogs into their • 2006-09 MWC Coach of the Year (TCU) first Super Regional after sweeping through the Regional with a win over Wright State and two Coaching Notes • Guided TCU to back-to-back C-USA Tournament victories over Oregon State. TCU finished the campaign Championships in 2004 and 2005. • In 2006, the Frogs won their first regular season crown with a 40-18 record, its fourth since 1994 and claimed their third straight conference overall and third-straight 40tournament title. win season, and came one win • In 2007 and 2008, the Horned Frogs defended both away from reaching the Coltheir regular season and tournament titles. • Won a gold medal with Team USA as an assistant lege World Series, pushing the national runner-up, Texas, to a coach in the summer of 2006. • In 2007, Frogs won a school-record 48 contests. decisive third game. • Has led Frogs to six straight appearances in the Along the way, the Frogs NCAA Regionals, one of only 18 schools to accom- claimed their fourth straight plish that feat. • The 2009 squad earned a No. 1 seed and hosted an regular season crown and saw seven members earn all-conNCAA Regional for the first time in school history. • The 2009 squad also became the first team in school ference recognition. Schlosshistory to advance to the Super Regional round. nagle took home Coach of • Led UNLV to conference and tournament champion- the Year honors for the fourth ships in 2003. straight season. He has claimed • Tulane reached NCAA playoffs six out of eight seathe honor each of his last five sons he was an assistant coach and the College World seasons in the Mountain West, Series in 2001. • Has had 28 players drafted as a head coach, including taking home the honor in 2003 while the head coach at UNLV. a first-round pick in 2005 and in 2008.

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Continuing a trend, the Horned Frogs again loaded up in the fall of 2007 with an impressive signing class that was tabbed by Baseball America as the ninth-best class in the country. The group of 12 signees saw three players drafted (Matt Curry, Walker Kelly and Kyle Winkler), while five of them (Taylor Featherston, Kelly, Kaleb Merck, Winkler, Davey Wright) were ranked in the top 25 Texas High School recruits by Inside Prep Baseball. After a successful 2007 campaign, the Horned Frogs raised the bar yet again in 2008. Playing one of the most difficult schedules in the nation, the Frogs finished the season with a 44-19 record. The Frogs schedule featured the likes of Cal State Fullerton, Ole Miss, Wichita State, Tulane, Pepperdine as well as Big XII power houses, Texas A&M, Baylor and Oklahoma. TCU’s marquee series victory of 2008 was a 2-1 win over the Rebels, who were ranked No. 2 at the time. The 2008 campaign also saw the MWC tournament played at Lupton Stadium for the first time in school history. The home field advantage propelled the Frogs to their fifth-straight tournament crown, enabling them to sweep the conference titles for the third straight season. Eight Frogs were named to the all-conference team, while Schlossnagle claimed his third consecutive Coach of the Year award. At the culmination of the season, Schlossnagle saw the second player in school history taken in the first round of the MLB draft as Andrew Cashner was selected by the Chicago Cubs with the 19th overall pick. All told, three Frogs were drafted in the first 27 rounds of the 2008 draft. Each season under Schlossnagle has seen a new milestone achieved and 2007 was no different. For the first time in school history, the Horned Frogs reached the 40-win plateau in the regular season, en route to an amazing 48-14 record. The team tallied two wins in the NCAA tournament for the


2010 Baseball TCU COACHING STAFF: JIM SCHLOSSNAGLE first time, reaching the regional finals and falling just short against the tournament’s No. 2 national seed, Rice. He also saw an unprecedented 11 athletes earn all-conference recognition as well as earning his second straight conference Coach of the Year crown. This came on the heels of another successful run in the MWC as the Frogs set a new mark for win percentage with a 20-3 (.870) record in league play. The Frogs claimed their second straight regular season crown and fourth consecutive tournament title. Following the conclusion of the 2007 season, the Frogs had a record number of seven players taken in the MLB Draft. In 2006, just his third season at TCU, Schlossnagle produced the school’s first regular season conference title since 1994 as the team topped the Mountain West Conference standings with a 17-5 league mark. TCU earned its third straight berth in the NCAA Regionals, becoming one of just 26 schools to appear in the playoffs each of the last three seasons, when it claimed its third consecutive conference tournament crown. It was the second time in his career that he has led a team to both the regular season and tournament titles, having done so in 2003 at UNLV. That team tied for the secondmost wins in school history with 39. His efforts on the bench in 2006 earned him his second career Mountain West Conference Coach of the Year Award. He mentored his second consecutive conference Pitcher of the Year and saw five Frogs earn first-team all-Mountain West accolades and two more garner second-team honors. On April 19, 2006 Coach Schlossnagle earned his 100th victory as head coach at TCU with a 7-3 win over his former club, UNLV. 2006 also brought another honor as Schlossnagle was selected as an assistant coach for Team USA. Alongside former Horned Frog Jake Arrieta, the duo helped Team USA defend its gold medal as they swept through the FISU World Championships in Cuba. The National team completed its most successful summer in history as they posted a 28-2-1 (.919) record and won the gold medal on Cuban soil for the first time in the history of USA Baseball. This honor was a result of a successful five seasons as a head coach. In his first season, Schlossnagle led the Frogs to a then-school-record 39 wins and to their first appearance in the NCAA Regionals since 1994 and their third appearance in school history. He led the

squad to the NCAA automatic berth when he coached them to the Conference USA Tournament championship. The tournament championship was the first-ever by a TCU squad. Schlossnagle also reached a milestone victory in 2004, picking up his 100th career win. He accomplished the feat with a 5-4 win over No. 13 Oklahoma in Norman, Okla. In 2005, the Frogs posted their second straight successful season under Schlossnagle’s tutelage. He led them to a second-consecutive berth in the NCAA Regionals and another conference title. His 2005 team won a then-school-record 41 games, the first-ever 40-win season in school history. Prior to his time at TCU, Schlossnagle spent two years as head coach of the UNLV baseball program. In just two seasons, the Rebels owned a 77-47 record under Schlossnagle, good for a .621 winning percentage. In 2003, he was recognized as the MWC Coach of the Year after leading the Rebels to both the regular season and conference tournament titles, all of which were a first for UNLV. For the 2003 season, UNLV sported a 47-17 (.734) mark, including a 24-6 record in league play. The 24 conference wins rank as the most in MWC history. In the postseason, UNLV advanced to the NCAA Regional Finals before eventually falling to Arizona State. It was the Rebels’ first NCAA appearance since 1996. The Rebels finished the regular season ranked 15th nationally and the 47 wins were the second-most in school history. Prior to UNLV, Schlossnagle served an eightyear stint at Tulane as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator for the Green Wave. Schlossnagle joined the Tulane program in August of 1993 and was an integral part of the Green Wave’s succ e s s , helping Tulane to six NCAA Regional appearances during his tenure. Schlossnagle

served as the Green Wave recruiting coordinator for the last five years and garnered three nationally ranked recruiting classes which helped produce two 48-win seasons and a number one NCAA Regional seed. The nation’s winningest team in 2001, Tulane finished the season with a 56-13 overall record and a 21-6 mark in C-USA. The Green Wave defeated defending national champion LSU 7-1 to win the New Orleans Super Regional and advance to the College World Series for the first time in school history. Along with being an outstanding recruiter, Schlossnagle has also had great success in developing pitchers. From 1994-2001, Tulane’s baseball program ranked first or second in C-USA in ERA and placed at least one pitcher on the all-conference team seven times. In that same period, 18 Tulane pitchers signed professional baseball contracts. In 2000, Sports Illustrated ranked Tulane’s pitching staff in the top five among Division I programs. According to the January 2001 issue of Baseball America, Schlossnagle was one of the top-10 assistant coaches who “looked like one of the best candidates to take a head coaching position with a major program.” Prior to arriving in New Orleans, Schlossnagle served as the pitching coach at Clemson in 1993. The Tigers finished that campaign with a 45-20 record, an Atlantic Coast Conference championship ­­­and a third place finish in the NCAA Midwest Regional. Seven members of the `93 Clemson pitching staff were drafted into professional baseball. Schlossnagle spent three seasons as an assistant at Elon (N.C.) College where he helped lead his alma mater to a 99-41 record, two South Atlantic Conference Championships, a District 26 title and an Area 7 Regional appearance. In 1990, the Fightin’ Christians recorded a school-record 40 wins and ranked second nationally in ERA (2.41) under the guidance of Schlossnagle, who served as the pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. In 1991, Schlossnagle’s pitching staff ranked third nationally with a 2.85 ERA. A native of Hagerstown, Md., Schlossnagle was a pitcher on the 1989 Elon squad that finished 39-7 and appeared in the NAIA World Series. He graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in physical education in 1992 and earned a master’s of education in human performance and health promotion from the University of New Orleans in 1995. Schlossnagle and his wife, Kami, have a 10-yearold son, Jackson Lambert, and a 9-year-old daughter, Kathleen Grace.

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Schlossnagle vs. All-time opponents Opponent UNLV Air Force 10-3 Arizona 0-0 Arizona State 1-2 Arkansas 0-0 Baylor 0-0 BYU 6-8 Cal State Fullerton 1-5 Cal State Northridge 1-1 California 4-2 Central Conn. St. 1-0 Charlotte 0-0 Cincinnati 0-0 Coastal Carolina 0-0 Col. of Charleston 3-0 Creighton 2-0 Dallas Baptist 0-0 East Carolina 0-0 Florida Atlantic 0-0 Furman 0-0 George Washington 1-0 Houston 0-0 Louisville 0-0 Manhattan 0-0 Memphis 3-0 Michigan State 0-1 Minnesota 0-0 Mississippi 0-0 Nevada 3-3 New Mexico 11-2 New Mexico State 1-1 North Carolina State 0-0 Notre Dame 0-0 Oklahoma 0-0 Oklahoma State 0-1 Oral Roberts 0-0 Oregon State 0-0 Pepperdine 1-0 Prairie View A&M 0-0 Purdue 1-0 Rice 0-0 Saint Louis 0-0 Sam Houston State 0-0 San Diego State 7-7 Southern Cal 0-1 Southern Miss 0-0 Southern Utah 6-0 St. John’s 1-0 Stanford 0-0 Stephen F. Austin 0-0 Texas 0-0 Texas Arlington 0-0 Texas A&M 0-0 Texas A&M-CC 0-0 Texas Pan American 0-0 Texas State 0-0 Texas Tech 0-0 Tulane 0-0 UAB 0-0 UCF 0-0 UC Irvine 1-2 UC Riverside 0-2 UC Santa Barbara 0-1 UNC Wilmington 0-0 UNLV 0-0 USF 0-0 Utah 9-5 Vermont 0-0 Villanova 3-0 Western Kentucky 0-0 Wichita State 0-0 Wright State 0-0 Youngstown State 0-0 Totals 77-47 Bold indicates 2010 opponents.

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TCU All-Time 12-0 22-3 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-3 0-1 0-1 7-8 7-8 17-3 23-11 3-3 4-8 0-0 1-1 0-0 4-2 0-0 1-0 5-1 5-1 4-2 4-2 0-1 0-1 0-0 3-0 0-0 2-0 10-4 10-4 4-3 4-3 4-2 4-2 1-0 1-0 0-0 1-0 7-3 7-3 6-2 6-2 3-0 3-0 5-1 8-1 0-0 0-1 2-2 2-2 3-1 3-1 0-0 3-3 18-4 29-6 0-0 1-1 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1 4-10 4-10 1-2 1-3 3-2 3-2 2-0 2-0 0-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 0-0 1-0 1-7 1-7 5-1 5-1 0-2 0-2 9-7 16-14 0-0 0-1 5-4 5-4 0-0 6-0 2-0 3-0 1-1 1-1 2-0 2-0 1-3 1-3 12-2 12-2 0-3 0-3 6-0 6-0 15-0 15-0 5-3 5-3 5-3 5-3 2-3 2-3 1-2 1-2 3-3 3-3 0-0 1-2 0-0 0-2 4-2 4-3 0-1 0-1 16-2 16-2 5-1 5-1 16-5 25-10 3-0 3-0 0-0 3-0 1-0 1-0 3-5 3-5 3-1 3-1 1-0 1-0 251-120 328-167

Did You Know... Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle’s .663 winning percentage in eight seasons as a Division I head coach ranks 20th among active coaches. He is the third shortest-tenured head coach to appear in the Top 25 behind Virginia’s Brian O’Connor (6) and Oral Roberts’ Rob Walton (6).

What They are saying...

“Looking back on my time at TCU I could not have been more blessed to be able to have the opportunity to be a part of such a great university, program, and family that Coach Schlossnagle and his staff have to offer. In my time at TCU they were consistent in my development as a baseball player but more importantly as a person. I take tremendous pride in being a Horned Frog.” —Matt Carpenter (2005-09); 13th-round pick; St. Louis

“Being a part of a nationally recognized university and baseball program for the last four years has had an enormous impact on my life. Coach Schlossnagle and staff helped me develop a strong work ethic and instilled numerous core values that I have carried off the field and into the professional world. I could not have asked for a better experience in college and look forward to many great years with the Horned Frog family.” —Ben Carruthers (2006-09); Financial Planner “TCU helped me perform at a high level in the class room as well as on the field. As a student athlete many schools forget about the student part, but as a Horned Frog you realize it is your first priority. The resources that were available to me during my time at TCU both on and off the field have helped me get to where I am today. As a program, TCU continues to accomplish new goals each season thanks to the hard work and dedication of the players and the entire coaching staff.” —Jake Arrieta (2006-07); 2008 Baseball Olympian "For me, playing baseball at TCU was one the best experiences of my life. I had the opportunity to be part of the first team to play in Lupton Stadium, and also the one that won the Conference USA title and went to the NCAA Regionals for the fist time since 1994. I would like to thank TCU and the TCU baseball coaching staff for giving me the opportunity to be part of this great family and for turning TCU into one of the best baseball programs in the nation." —Ramon Moses (2000-04); Director, Panama Real Estate Consultants “My experience as a member of the TCU baseball program was the highlight of my time at TCU. Coach Schlossnagle heads up a coaching staff that promotes excellence, hard work and dedication both on and off the field. I am forever grateful for having the opportunity to be a part of a program with such high standards and expectations.” —Kenny Thompson (2001-04); Member of the Barack Obama campaign team. “I wanted to go somewhere with top-notch facilities and with coaches who had a good track record of success, not only with their teams, but with the individual players on those teams. It was important to me to talk with former Horned Frog players, and when I did, I knew I would be making the right choice to further my career in baseball. Just to see the way TCU had invested all sorts of resources into an up-and-coming baseball program, I have no doubt that many championships, conference and national, will be shortly within their grasps." —Eugene Espineli (2004), San Francisco Giants “TCU baseball has made tremendous strides to become one of the dominant forces in college baseball with the help of the coaching staff and the new stadium. I look back on my four years at TCU and know that I was part of something special.” —Ryan Weems (2002-04); Residential Sales Representative for ADT Security

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“TCU is a top-notch baseball program, destined to be one of the best in the nation, with an unparalleled coaching staff dedicated to the ‘Diamond of Excellence.’ They provided me with an excellent opportunity to improve my baseball skills as well as my life skills. I consider them all family and friends.” —J.J. Estrada (2001-05); Marketing Manager for OEG

“The program is making great strides in being a consistent and successful team every year. TCU is routinely among the top teams in their conference and is becoming a household name across the country. TCU is not only a great place to play college baseball, but it is also a place that provides an excellent opportunity for players to continue on to the next level.” —Brad Furnish (2005-06); 2nd-round pick; St. Louis “My time at TCU learning under the coaching staff for three years prepared me for the hardest part of the transition from college to professional baseball and that is the mental side. I matured on and off the field which gave me the mental toughness to know my limits and have the strength to go after what I want. This was a lesson that not only has prepared me for professional baseball but also whatever happens in my life after baseball.” —Sam Demel (2005-07); member of the A’s organization "My TCU experience - on the field, in the classroom and everything in between - can be described with one word: Incredible. It was a great opportunity to go to school and play ball there. Coach Schloss, his staff, my teammates and everyone at TCU truly helped make it the time of my life." —Clint Arnold (2007-08); Territory Manager, Aqua Metric Sales Company Frog Trends Under Schlossnagle The Opposition Overall......................................................................... 251-120 (.677) Non-conference...........................................................141-81 (.635) Conference...................................................................110-39 (.738) Conference USA............................................................39-21 (.650) Mountain West Conference.......................................71-18 (.798) Home..............................................................................140-44 (.761) Away..................................................................................84-59 (.549) Neutral.............................................................................27-17 (.614) vs. Ranked Teams.........................................................35-46 (.432)

Day of the Week Monday.................................................................................6-1 (.857) Tuesday............................................................................28-27 (.509) Wednesday........................................................................ 14-3 (.824) Thursday............................................................................ 20-4 (.833) Friday................................................................................68-20 (.773) Saturday...........................................................................67-32 (.677) Sunday..............................................................................48-33 (.593) Month February..........................................................................34-21 (.618) March................................................................................62-41 (.602) April..................................................................................80-25 (.762) May....................................................................................69-22 (.758) June..................................................................................... 6-11 (.353) Statistical Breakdown Leading after six..........................................................198-20 (.908) Trailing after six.............................................................32-89 (.264) Tied after six...................................................................21-11 (.656) Leading after seven.....................................................209-16 (.929) Trailing after seven.......................................................22-93 (.191) Tied after seven................................................................ 17-9 (.654) Leading after eight........................................................220-4 (.982) Trailing after eight......................................................11-102 (.097) Tied after eight...............................................................15-12 (.556) Scored first....................................................................164-38 (.812) Opponent scored first.................................................87-82 (.515) One-run games..............................................................51-32 (.614) Two-run games..............................................................31-17 (.646) Five+ run games..........................................................113-41 (.785) Extra Innings.................................................................... 13-7 (.650)


2010 Baseball TCU COACHING STAFF: TODD WHITTING of 2003 and has been a tireless worker both on and off the field. He wasted no time hitting the recruiting trail when he arrived. In 2005, Whitting’s recruiting prowess brought 21 newcomers to the squad, including three players who were drafted in the first-year draft earlier in the summer and four of the top 25 players in the state of Texas. Among the highly-touted recruits were TCU stars Sam Demel, Andrew Walker and Lance Broadway. Whitting’s recruiting efforts were recognized by Baseball America in g the fall of 2004, as the 2005 recruiting in tt hi W dd To #9 son Sea h ent class was ranked third in the nation. Sev • ch Associate Head Coa In the fall of 2005, Whitting inked Houston (1995) 10 players to National Letters of Intent. Associate head coach Todd Whitting enters his sev- The class’s talent was obvious when four enth season with the Horned Frogs. After two sea- of the 10 were drafted in the 2005 MLB sons as an assistant coach, Whitting was promoted Draft. Three of the athletes signed for the 2005 to associate head coach in the summer of 2005. He season were also drafted, including Broadway, who came to TCU after spending eight seasons as an as- was the program’s first-ever first-round pick. Again, Whitting’s recruiting prowess was recsistant coach at the University of Houston. “Coach Whitting has established himself as one ognized on the national level as Collegiate Baseof the nation’s great recruiters and instructors,” ball ranked the 2006 recruiting class as 21st in the said head coach Jim Schlossnagle. “I have been for- country. That class saw 14 newcomers make their tunate to have him by my side since the first day way to campus in the fall of 2005, which included we came to TCU. His value has been proven over the nation’s leader in wins, Jake Arrieta, and transthe years through the success of our players and fer, Bryan Kervin. teams along with consistently signing outstanding Whitting’s efforts during the 2006-07 academic year saw 16 newcomers make their way to Fort student-athletes to come to TCU.” “My family and I are very proud to be a part of Worth, including the state of New York’s Player of the TCU community,” said Whitting. “The support the Year in Greg Holle as well as top transfers in and commitment to Horned Frog baseball by the Andrew Cashner, TCU’s second-ever first round university and the athletic department is tremen- draft choice, and Bryan Holaday. dous. I am very fortunate to work with a staff that In the midst of all the recruiting, Whitting works so hard and is committed to continuing to el- helped the Frogs defense to its best showing in evate TCU to the highest level of college baseball.” school history with a school-record .976 fielding Whitting joined the TCU staff in the summer percentage in 2008 and .975 in 2007. The Frogs signing class in the fall of 2007 showed no signs of letdown as Whitting again signed The WHITTING file some of the top talent in the state of Texas. Five Coaching Career of the nine signees were tabbed by Inside Prep Assistant Coach/Associate Head Coach • Houston (1995-03)............................................. 331-224 Baseball as part of the state’s Top 25 players. His • TCU (2004-present)........................................... 251-120 lone out-of-state recruit was one of the top players from Iowa. All but one of the recruits made it to campus and earned the program its second topCoaching Notes • Promoted to Associate Head Coach in 2005. 10 class ranking as Baseball America ranked the • Guided the Frog defense to a school record .976 field- class ninth in the nation. ing percentage in 2008. The 2010 signing class might go down as the best • Baseball America ranked the 2005 recruiting class as in school history with the addition of 10 newcomthe third best in the nation. ers to the team. Three members of the group were • ranked the 2006 recruiting class as drafted in June, including Matt Purke, who went the 21st-best class in the nation. • The 2008 recruiting class was tabbed as the ninth best 14th overall, but elected to come to TCU. Baseball America recognized the class as the fourth-best in in the country by Baseball America. • Baseball America tabbed the 2009 recruiting class No. the country, while Collegiate Baseball tabbed the 9. class No. 7. • The 2010 recruiting class was ranked No. 4 by Baseball In just six seasons at TCU, Whitting and staff America and No. 7 by Collegiate Baseball. have compiled a 251-120 record, setting single• His 2000 Houston Cougars squad led the nation in season records for wins in three of the first four fielding percentage (.977). seasons. The Frogs have won six straight confer• Helped coach 54 players that have been drafted by ence titles and are just one of 16 schools in the Major League organizations.

nation to appear in the last six NCAA tournaments. Prior to coming to TCU, Whitting served as Houston’s recruiting coordinator in addition to his primary on-field duties with the team’s fielding and defensive skills. During his tenure at UH, the Cougar fielders ranked among the nation’s leaders in fielding percentage and/or double plays in five of eight seasons. Whitting helped guide the 2003 Cougar squad to the NCAA Super Regional for the second consecutive year and for the third time in four years. They succumbed to eventual national champion Rice in the decisive third game of the Super Regional. The 2000 and 2002 squads each earned a place in the Super Regionals as well, with defense playing a huge part in the Cougars’ successes. In 2000, Houston finished the season as the No. 1 ranked fielding team in NCAA Division I with a .977 percentage and turned a school-record 74 double plays in just 66 games. Whitting earned a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from the University of Houston in the fall of 1995. Whitting has a six-year-old son, Matthew.

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TCU Horned Frogs TCU COACHING STAFF: RANDY MAZEY well as guiding them to a 3.95 ERA, the lowest for a Horned Frog squad since the 1981 season. Four members of the pitching staff were named all-conference. His second campaign with the Frogs produced an ey even better pitchaz M y #9 - Rand Season ing staff. The Frogs Assistant Coach • Fourth finished the camClemson (1988) paign with a 3.63 ERA, which ranked fifth in DiviRandy Mazey enters his fourth season with the sion I. Mazey also mentored the program’s second Horned Frogs. He was previously the head coach first-round draft pick in Andrew Cashner. at former Conference USA-foe East Carolina for Three members of the staff earned all-conferthree seasons and, prior to that time, spent six sea- ence accolades. Sean Hoelscher and Trent Appleby sons as the recruiting coordinator at Tennessee, earned Freshman All-American honors, while Cashner was tabbed a second-team All-American. ECU and Georgia. “Randy is simply one of the most intelligent 2009 brought the addition four new pitchers, baseball minds in the game, at any level,” said head who under his tutelage, posted a 4.24 ERA, a mark coach Jim Schlossnagle. “He has made a great im- that ranked 18th in the NCAA. Two Frogs earned pact on our program over the last four years both as all-conference honors in Taylor Cragin and Appleby. a pitching coach and with our offense.” “I’m very excited to be a part of the Horned Mazey posted a three-year record of 120-66-1 Frog baseball program and I look forward to help- (.644) while at East Carolina, including a schoolrecord 51-13 (.797) mark in 2004. In addition, the ing TCU reach Omaha and win,” said Mazey. In his first season at TCU, Mazey helped the Pirates were 60-30 (.667) in C-USA regular-season Frogs to a league-best 484 strikeouts in 2007 as action during that span, which included three NCAA Regional berths. During the 2004 season, Mazey’s Pirates were The Mazey file ranked in the top 10 for numerous weeks durCoaching Career ing the season, hosted the NCAA Regionals and Assistant Coach • Clemson (1990-93)...................................197-67 (.747) advanced to the Super Regionals. For his efforts • Georgia (1997)............................................28-27 (.509) in 2004, Mazey was honored as the C-USA Keith • East Carolina (1998)...................................30-29 (.508) LeClair Coach of the Year as well as ABCA East • Tennessee (1999-02)................................143-99 (.591) Region Coach of the Year. • TCU (2007-present).................................132-51 (.721) Mazey spent four seasons as the recruiting coTotals.................................................530-273 (.660) ordinator and pitching coach at Tennessee. His pitching staffs posted two of the top four strikeout Head Coach (186-150-2) • Charleston S’ern (1994-96)................... 66-84-1 (.437) totals in school history and he produced six Vol• East Carolina (2003-05).......................120-66-1 (.644) unteer pitchers who signed professionally, includTotals............................................. 186-150-2 (.553) ing one first-round draft pick. Tennessee had the second-best ERA in the SEC in 2000. In 2001, the Coaching Honors Vols advanced to the College World Series where • 1996 Big South Coach of the Year they tied for third. • 2004 C-USA Coach of the Year The appointment at ECU was the second head • 2004 ABCA East Region Coach of the Year coaching post of Mazey’s career. At the age of 27, he was named head coach at Charleston Southern Coaching Notes • Helped coach Clemson to four straight NCAA Re- University in 1994. In 1996, he led the Buccaneers to their first-ever NCAA Regional appearance and gionals and the CWS in 1991. • Led Charleston Southern to the 1996 Big South title was named Big South Coach of the Year. and an NCAA Regional berth. His success in 1996 came with a team that was • Went to the College World Series as a member of the picked to finish last in the preseason coaches poll Tennessee coaching staff in 2001. but rolled through league competition with a • Has been a member of 15 winning seasons in his 18 17-4 conference record. At 30-24-1, CSU posted years of coaching. • Led East Carolina to a school-record 51 wins in its first winning season since 1988 and its second 30-win season in school history. 2004.

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Mazey departed CSU to become recruiting coordinator and pitching coach at Georgia in 1997. His staff produced its lowest ERA in four years and set a season strikeout record in his lone season with the Bulldogs. Prior to that, Mazey spent the 1998 season at ECU as an assistant. Under his tutelage, the Pirates posted the thirdhighest strikeout total in school history. He also served as the program’s recruiting coordinator. Mazey began his coaching career at Clemson University, his alma mater. During his four-year stint with the Tigers (1990-93), Clemson recorded a 198-67 mark, won two ACC titles, made four consecutive NCAA Regional appearances and advanced to the CWS in 1991. While at Clemson, he coached or recruited 40 players who went on to play professionally, including 19 who were drafted in the top 10 rounds. Mazey was a three-time All-ACC selection as an outfielder/pitcher during his playing career at Clemson. The Tigers won two ACC titles and advanced to two NCAA Regionals during his stay from 1985-88. He finished with a career batting average of .331 and was 8-1 on the mound. He was drafted in the 28th round of the 1998 draft by Cleveland and played two seasons in that organization’s minor league system before returning to Clemson as an assistant coach. Mazey earned a bachelor of science degree in administrative management from Clemson in 1988 and an MBA from Clemson in 1993. He was an 11th round pick in the amateur draft by the Baltimore Orioles following an outstanding prep career at United High School in Johnstown, Pa. Randy and his wife, Amanda, have a son, Weston Aydan and a daughter Sierra Miranda.


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zberger #10 - Ryan ShotFou rth Season ch • Volunteer Assistant Coa McDaniel College (2004)

Shotzberger enters his fourth season at TCU after spending one season as an assistant coach at Duke University. His responsibilities at TCU include coaching the catchers, throwing batting practice, manning the bullpen during games and filling in as the first base coach. “Ryan continues to do a tremendous job of coaching our catchers and assisting Coach Whitting with the hitters,” said head coach Jim Schlossnagle. “In addition, he is a tireless worker coordinating our field maintenance as well as

omery Meredith Montg First Season • Director of Baseball Ops TCU (2009)

Montgomery enters her first season as the Director of Baseball Operations. She is responsible for all the administrative aspects of the program, including travel, meals and accommodations. She is also responsible for handling the Diamond Club and overseeing the First Pitch Banquet. Along with that, she serves as the Community

leading the great growth of our youth baseball camps and clinics.” “I am extremely excited to be part of a winning tradition here at TCU,” said Shotzberger. “Getting to work under Coach Schlossnagle is a great opportunity for me. He’s won everywhere he’s been. Not only is he a tremendous baseball coach, he’s a tremendous person. Being on a staff with Coach Todd Whitting and Coach Randy Mazey is going to be a great experience for me to continue to develop my coaching skills from guys who have been doing it for so long.” Since coming to TCU, Shotzberger has mentored two all-conference catchers in Andrew Walker and Bryan Holaday. Walker was a fifthround draft pick in 2007 by the Pittsburgh Pirates. In 2009, Holaday led the league in the stolen base percentage against, throwing out 53% of runners. Shotzberger spent the 2006 season with the Blue Devils in the ACC. While at Duke, he was responsible for assisting with the catchers and infielders. Among his many duties with the Blue Devils, Shotzberger helped with the growth of the Duke Baseball Academy and the Rising Star Baseball Academy. On game days, he threw batting practice and coached the bullpen. Prior to his time at Duke, Shotzberger was an

assistant coach at Cecil Community College for one season. He was responsible for coaching the infielders, hitters, base runners and catchers as well as coaching third base and throwing batting practice on game days. Along with his two stints as an assistant coach, Shotzberger has worked summer camps around the country, including camps at Tulane, Auburn, Florida State, North Carolina, UNLV and Duke. In his playing days, Shotzberger was a shortstop at McDaniel College. He earned first-team All-Centennial Conference honors in 2003 and 2004 as well as team MVP honors. At the completion of his collegiate career, he had climbed the career charts and ranks second in career doubles (23) and career triples (10) and third in home runs (13). He holds the top spot for runs scored in a season with 41 and has the seventhhighest career batting average all-time at .380.

Service director and the liaison between umpires and the visiting teams. “Meredith has been a tremendous addition to our program,” said Schlossnagle. “She has a great love and passion for TCU and her organizational and interpersonal skills are off the chart. We are very fortunate to have her heading up all administrative aspects of our program.” A native of Olney, Texas, Montgomery spent the past four years working in the media relations department. In her time with the department, Montgomery assisted at all home events, including football, basketball and baseball. As a student at TCU, Montgomery was very involved in all aspects of campus life. She was a three-year member of the Diamond Darlings as well as being a member of Alpha Chi Omega. She served a year on the executive board before spending her senior year as president of the sorority. A stand-out in the classroom, Montgomery is a member of the Order of Omega, the Greek Honors Society.

Montgomery has been involved in baseball in some capacity since high school. She kept stats for her high school team before joining the media relations department at TCU as a freshman. In the summer of 2006, Montgomery interned with the Texas Collegiate League’s Graham Roughnecks. Her duties with Roughnecks included preparing the game script, on-field promotions and arranging community service appearances. The following summer, Montgomery interned with the Texas Collegiate League. She was responsible for coordinating bus travel, scheduling promotions and helping with on-field promotions. She also represented the league through on-site visitations as well as running the All-Star Game promotions. A 2009 graduate of TCU, Montgomery received her Bachelor of Science in Education with an emphasis in Middle School Math. She is currently pursuing her master’s in middle school education. Her sister, Megan, is a sophomore at TCU.

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Danny Wheat

son Athletic Trainer • Sixth Sea Texas (1975)

Wheat enters his sixth year as athletic trainer at TCU. Wheat is responsible for athletic injury recognition and care, treatment and rehabilitation of the Horned Frogs’ baseball team. Prior to his arrival at TCU, Wheat worked in the Texas Rangers organization from 1976 to 2002, serving as the head athletic trainer at the major league level for the final 11 of those years. Wheat began his career at the Double-A level in the Texas League with San Antonio and Tulsa. He served in a variety of positions while at the Double-A level being responsible for ordering and overseeing the equipment and running the home clubhouse. On the road, Wheat was responsible for arranging all bus transportation, hotels and meal money distribution. In 1978, Wheat moved up to the Rangers’ Triple-A affiliate, serving in the same capacity as the athletic trainer, equipment manager and traveling secretary. While there, he made stops in Tucson, Charleston, Wichita, Denver and Oklahoma City. Wheat was promoted to the big league club in 1985 as the assistant athletic trainer. He was responsible for arranging physicians visits and diagnostic appointments as well as ordering the training room supplies. He served in that role until 1992 when he was promoted to the head athletic trainer position for the Rangers. In that role, Wheat communicated with the general manager and the manager on the athletes’ status and availability. He was also responsible for or-

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dering medications and managing the department budget. In 1995, Wheat was selected as the American League Athletic Trainer for the MLB All-Star game. 1998 brought another honor as he was chosen to the be the Athletic Trainer for the MLB All-Star Tour of Japan. In 2003, Wheat was named the athletic trainer for Team USA at the International World Cup of Baseball in Havana, Cuba. USA Baseball came calling again in the summer of 2009 as he was selected as the assistant athletic trainer for the 2009 World Cup squad that won gold in Europe. Most recently, Wheat has been named by USA Baseball as the head athletic trainer for the 2010 National Team. Wheat joined the Ben Hogan Sports Therapy Institute in 2003, serving as the trainer for both the Fort Worth Cats baseball team and the Fort Worth Brahmas hockey club. Wheat got his start in sports medicine as a student at the University of Texas. He

graduated in 1975 with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology. Danny and his wife, Nancy live in Flower Mound. They have two sons, Jarrod and Jordan. Both sons attend TCU and work in the athletic department. Jarrod serves as an equipment manager for the baseball team, while Jordan is in the athletic training program.

Dr. Sam Haraldson

Team Physician • Fourth Year • UC Irvine (1997)

In the fall of 2005, Dr. Sam Haraldson was named team physician for the athletic department, putting TCU in unique company. With his sole responsibility being the care and treatment of the Frog athletes, TCU became one of just a handful of schools in the nation to have a dedicated athletic department physician. Haraldson came to TCU after completing his fellowship in June of 2005 at the University of Texas Southwestern in the Primary Care Sports Medicine department. While completing his fellowship, Haraldson served as the assistant team physician at both TCU and SMU. He was the primary team physician at Northwood University, Southwestern Assemblies of God University and Duncanville High School, as well as working at various sporting events in the Metroplex. Haraldson completed his residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Mich.,

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where he worked in Emergency Medicine. He served as Chief Resident from 2003-04. Haraldson earned his medical degree at UC Irvine’s College of Medicine. In 1999, he was elected class president and served on the student advisory board. From 1998-99, he served on the admissions committee. He also completed his undergraduate degree at UC Irvine, graduating in 1997 with a degree in Biological Sciences. Haraldson’s papers have appeared in numerous publications and he has been a featured presenter at various events. He is certified in Basic Life Support, Advanced Cardiac Life Support, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Pediatric Advanced Life Support and as a USA Amateur Boxing Ringside Physician. Haraldson is a member of the American Academy of Emergency Medicine, American College of Emergency Physicians, Sports Medicine Section, American Medical Society for Sports Medicine, Dallas County Medical Society, Te x a s College of Emergency Physicians, the American Medical Association and the Texas Medical Association.


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Ross Bailey

Associate Athletics Director Longtime TCU athletic trainer Ross Bailey is in his seventh year as the University’s Associate Athletics Director for Operations. In his role, Bailey supervises the sports medicine department, equipment room, video services, strength and development and baseball programs. He also directs and manages the game-day operations for TCU football, basketball and baseball, while overseeing new facility development and construction and the maintenance of current facilities. Prior to taking on his new responsibilities, Bailey spent the previous 22 years as head athletic trainer at TCU. A certified and licensed athletic trainer, he is a member of NATA and serves as a member on the Board of Athletic Training for the Texas De­partment of Health. He also works as an associate on the Justin Boots Sports Medicine Team. Bailey was the 1985 recipient of the Eddie Wojecki Athletic Trainer of the Year Award and earned the Frank Medina Award for service to athletic training and mankind in 1999. He was inducted into the SWATA Hall of Fame in 2000. Bailey received his bachelor’s degree from TCU in 1976 and his master’s in education in 1978, also from TCU. Bailey and his wife, Mary, are the parents of two daughters: Lauren and Courtney.

Brandie Davidson Assistant Media Relations Director Brandie Davidson joined the TCU athletics media relations staff in the summer of 2003. The Cedar Falls, Iowa, native serves as the media relations contact for Horned Frog baseball, volleyball and women’s rifle. Before coming to TCU, Davidson was a member of the sports information office at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Mo. While at Northwest, she served as the primary contact for the Bearcats women’s soccer team and the 2003 NCAA Division II playoffs participant baseball squad. In her five-year stint at Northwest, Davidson also worked with the two-time Division II National Championship football team, as well as the men’s and women’s basketball teams. For her efforts, she was one of two students to be awarded the 2002-03 CoSIDA undergraduate scholarship. Davidson received her Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education in May of 2003 from Northwest Missouri State and graduated with her Masters of Liberal Arts at TCU in May, 2005.

Zack Kulesz

Assistant Director of Marketing Zack Kulesz joined TCU in October of 2007 as an Assistant Director of Athletics Marketing. He is in charge of Baseball, TCU football’s pre-game family oriented tailgating area, Frog Alley, and will be assisting with men’s and women’s basketball. Originally from Arlington, Texas, Kulesz graduated from Baylor University in 2005 with a degree in Telecommunications and Journalism/PR. After graduation, he worked for the Kansas City Royals AA affiliate Wichita Wranglers in 2006, as the marketing and Media Relations Associate. He came to TCU from the Atlantic Sun Conference in Macon, Ga., where he was the Communications and Championships Assistant. Zack and his wife Lauryn married in the summer of 2008. He currently resides in Arlington.

Judy Golden Academic Advisor

Judy Golden, who has worked at TCU since May of 1997, is in her third year in the Horned Frog Athletics Department. She has served as the academic advisor for the men’s basketball program for two years. She works with all members of the team to ensure that they are progressing toward graduation through academic plans, tutorial support and course scheduling. Prior to working in athletics, Golden advised students in TCU’s M.J. Neeley School of Business for six years. Golden received her undergraduate degree from Texas Tech in 1977 and her M.L.A. degree from TCU in 2001. Golden and her husband, Mark, celebrated their 34th anniversary in December. They are the parents of two children, Ben (28) and Rachel (26), also a TCU alum.

Zach Dechant Strength Coach

Zach Dechant oversees the development of baseball, and women’s tennis, as well as assisting with football. His previous experience has includes stints at the University of Wyoming, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Missouri State University and the University of Washington. He earned a bachelor’s degree in health and wellness from Missouri State in 2003, and is currently working towards his master’s degree. He is certified through the NSCA, CSCCA, and the USAW.

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TCU Horned Frogs UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION: CHANCELLOR BOSCHINI As Chancellor of Texas Christian University since 2003, Dr. Victor J. Boschini, Jr., has had the privilege of leading the university through an extraordinary period. TCU has made unprecedented investments in scholarships, facilities and technology, academic programs, and new faculty and staff, all for one purpose: providing a world-class, values-centered university experience for TCU’s almost 9,000 students. Victor Boschini

Reflecting his background in higher education administration and the familiarity with undergraduates that comes from teaching a class in the College of Education each year, Chancellor Boschini knows it’s a 24/7 world for this generation of Horned Frogs. And he’s determined that TCU maximizes all the opportunities for learning. Chancellor • Sixth Year 78) Mount Union College (19

That’s why the new Campus Commons is open day and night. With four residence halls, the Brown-Lupton University Union, and soon-to be-completed Scharbauer Hall, an academic facility, the Commons is becoming the center of a vibrant social, cultural and intellectual life for students, faculty and staff. The Campus Commons concept grew from Vision in Action, a major strategic planning effort Dr. Boschini launched soon after becoming TCU’s 10th chancellor. Among the results of Vision in Action are 10 new living/learning facilities opened in recent years; significant increases in scholarships and financial aid funds; the addition of a substantial number of faculty and instructional positions, resulting in a low 15:1 student/faculty ratio; several endowed chairs and professorships; and the creation of the John V. Roach Honors College. Underwriting these achievements is The Campaign for TCU, which has raised more than $203 million, 81 percent of its $250 million goal. Chancellor Boschini maintains a high profile in the world of higher education. Last year, as chair of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Independent Colleges & Universities (NAICU), he advocated for 1,000 independent colleges and universities across the nation. As past chair, he continues his work for NAICU, which is often described as “the voice of private higher education.” Chancellor Boschini is also past chair of the Mountain West Conference’s Executive Board and is a member of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas (ICUT). In spite of these responsibilities, the Chancellor teaches an honors course, A New Paradigm for Leadership, in the College of Education. It’s a natural fit since he not only holds the rank of professor of education, but also brings an extensive background in higher education administration to the classroom. Since TCU is Fort Worth’s “home team,” the Chancellor takes an active role in as many community ventures as possible. He serves on the board of directors of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and the Van Cliburn Foundation. Chancellor Boschini and his wife Megan have given TCU two Horned Frogs: Elizabeth, a 2009 graduate, and Mary, a sophomore. Future Frogs Edward and Margaret attend All Saints Episcopal School.

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES

OFFICERS OF THE BOARD

Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary Treasurer

J. Luther King, Jr. Clarence Scharbauer III Karen M. Baker Brian G. Gutierrez

Term Expires Spring 2010

Allie Beth Allman (Dallas) Brenda A. Cline (Fort Worth) Ronald W. Clinkscale (Fort Worth) Lou Hill Davidson (Washington, DC) Mark L. Johnson (Fort Worth) J. Roger King (Fort Worth) Jerry J. Ray (Austin) Roy C. Snodgrass III (Austin) William E. Steele III (Fort Worth) J. Roger Williams (Fort Worth)

Term Expires Spring 2011

J. Kelly Cox (Midland) Alan D. Friedman (Dallas) Ann M. Jones (Albany) Mary Ralph Lowe (Fort Worth) Matthew K. Rose (Fort Worth) Patricia Penrose Schieffer (Washington, DC) F. Howard Walsh, Jr. (Fort Worth)

Term Expires Spring 2012

The late Robert A. Buschman (San Antonio) Marcia Fuller French (Fort Worth) Rafael G. Garza (Fort Worth) Charlie L. Geren (Fort Worth) Nick A. Giachino (Chicago, IL) J. Luther King, Jr. (Dallas) G. Malcolm Louden (Fort Worth) Kit Tennison Moncrief (Fort Worth) Roger A. Ramsey (Houston) Trevor D. Rees-Jones (Dallas) Amy E. Roach (Fort Worth) Joan G. Rogers (Fort Worth) Edgar H. Schollmaier (Fort Worth) Rick L Wittenbraker (Houston) Kimbell Fortson Wynne (Fort Worth)

Term Expires Spring 2013

Peter L. Bermont (Miami, FL) John F. Davis III (Dallas) A.R. “Buddy” Dike (Fort Worth) Kenneth J. Huffman (Newtown, PA) Bruce W. Hunt (Dallas) Ronald C. Parker (Dallas) Billy Rosenthal (Fort Worth) Clarence Scharbauer III (Midland) Duer Wagner III (Dallas/Fort Worth) Lissa N. Wagner (Midland) Robert J. Wright (Dallas)

Ex-Officio Members

• Dani L. Cartwright, Regional Minister, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest (Fort Worth) • Christopher D.Curtis, President, TCU Alumni Association (Flower Mound) • Colby D. Siratt, Alumni Association Representative (Fort Worth) • John Wooldridge, Alumni Association Representative (Houston)


2010 Baseball ATHLETICS DIRECTOR: CHRIS DEL CONTE

Chris Del Conte

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On Oct. 21, 2009, Chris Del Conte was appointed the new athletics director at TCU. A veteran of 19 years of professional experience at the intercollegiate level, Del Conte previously served as the director of intercollegiate athletics for Rice University.

During his tenure as director of intercollegiate athletics at Rice, Del Conte had responsibility for 16 intercollegiate programs, 350 student-athletes, along with coaches and staff. Del Conte also designed, developed and managed the Rice Vision for the Second Century Campaign, which has raised over $90 million to date. He secured significant funds to build athletic facilities such as the Tudor Fieldhouse and Youngkin Center for Student Athlete Excellence, and also raised $4 million for upgrades to the football stadium. Del Conte also secured a marketing sponsorship and broadcast rights contract for Rice and maintained a focus on student-athlete academic achievement, resulting in numerous public recognition awards from the NCAA for the academic progress rate of studentathletes. “We conducted a thorough national search, reviewed numerous résumés and ultimately found a stellar professional with the expertise and background to continue guiding our athletic program toward excellence,” said TCU Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr. “Christopher has extensive experience and proven ability in collegiate athletics and academic administration. He has successfully served in leadership positions in athletic programs throughout the country and guided the development of strategic

Davis Babb Associate A.D.

Ross Bailey Associate A.D.

Jack Hesselbrock Associate A.D.

partnerships, negotiated and managed key contracts, advanced student-athlete academic achievement, and ensured that athletics remained integrated with the strategic direction of each university he served.” “I am thrilled to be appointed TCU’s athletics director,” said Del Conte. “Athletics plays a vital role in the entire university experience and as such, it must remain an integral part of TCU’s strategic direction. Doing so enhances and supports not only the student-athlete experience but also the collegiate experience of all TCU students. This program enjoys invaluable community involvement and support, has a history of excellence steeped in tradition and continues building its reputation on a national level. I look forward to carrying forward the great momentum that is clearly visible throughout the TCU athletic program.” Prior to Rice, Del Conte was the senior associate athletics director for external operations and sports programs for the University of Arizona in Tucson. In that role, Del Conte had responsibility for the planning, management and oversight of the day-to-day operation for the department of intercollegiate athletics. He also functioned as the chief financial officer for the department; managed external operations; had oversight and management of all contracts, ticket sales, broadcast rights fees, corporate sponsorships, and trademarks and licensing; and oversight of all facility construction. He has served on various professional committees and associations including the Division 1A Directors’ Association and the National Association of Directors of Athletic Development. Del Conte received a bachelor’s of arts degree in sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1992 and a master’s of education, administration and supervision in 1993, from Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Del Conte is married to Dr. Robin Ward and has two children, ages 8 and 7.

Kim Johnson SWA

Scott Kull Associate A.D.

Andrea Nordmann Associate A.D.

Rhonda Hatcher Faculty Rep.

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TCU Horned Frogs 2010 TCU BASEBALL OPPONENTS

Mike Hutcheon

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact...................................................... Nick Arseniak Office.......................................................(719) 333-9251 Fax............................................................(719) 333-3798 Email................................nicholas.arseniak@usafa.edu Cell Phone.............................................(719) 510-2684 Pressbox Phone...................................(719) 333-3472

BYU Cougar s

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................. Steve Smith Record at Baylor/Years................. 552-363-1/16th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 30-26 Postseason.................................Baton Rouge Regional Conference Record/Finish........................10-16/8th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................18/10 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/5

Matt Alexander

Willie Kempf

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................... Vance Law Record at BYU/Years................317-263-2/11th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 30-24 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish.......................... 14-8/3rd Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................22/14 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 4/6

Steve Smith

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact...........................................................David Kaye Office.......................................................(254) 710-4389 Fax............................................................(254) 710-1369 Email........................................david_kaye@baylor.edu Cell Phone.............................................(254) 709-5147 Pressbox Phone...................................(254) 754-5546

University InfoRMATION Location........................................................ Provo, Utah Enrollment.............................................................33,278 Founded.....................................................................1875 President......................................... Cecil O. Samuelson Athletics Director.................................... Tom Homoe Colors.............................................Blue, White and Tan Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity.......................... Miller Field/2,300 Dimensions................................................ 345-400-345

Vance Law

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact........................................................ Ralph Zobell Office.......................................................(801) 422-9769 Fax............................................................(801) 422-0633 Email.......................................... ralph_zobell@byu.edu Cell Phone.............................................(801) 367-2554 Pressbox Phone...................................(801) 422-4041 Alex Wolfe

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach........................................... Mike Hutcheon Record at Air Force/Years............... 65-245/7th year Career Record................................ 304-385/15th year 2009 Record............................................................ 14-37 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish.......................... 4-20/7th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................14/12 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 6/4

University InfoRMATION Location........................................................Waco, Texas Enrollment.............................................................14,614 Founded.....................................................................1845 Interim President.......................Dr. David E. Garland Athletics Director.......................................Ian McCaw Colors.....................................................Green and Gold Conference..............................................................Big 12 Stadium/Capacity....................Baylor Ballpark/5,000 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

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University InfoRMATION Location............................... Air Force Academy, Colo. Enrollment...............................................................4,400 Founded.....................................................................1954 Superintendent.................Lt. Gen. Michael C. Gould Athletics Director................................Dr. Hans Meuh Colors.......................................................Blue and Silver Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity......................... Falcon Field/1,000 Dimensions................................................ 349-400-316

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University InfoRMATION Location.............................................. Bakersfield, Calif. Enrollment...............................................................8,000 Founded.....................................................................1970 President.........................................Dr. Horace Mitchell Athletics Director..................................Rudy Carvajal Colors........................................................Blue and Gold Conference..................................................Independent Stadium/Capacity..............................Hardt Field/900 Dimensions................................................ 327-390-327 TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................... Bill Kernen Record at CSUB/Years...................... 13-37/2nd year Career Record............................... 253-191-3/8th year 2009 Record............................................................ 13-37 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish.................................None Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................21/2 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................18/0

Bill Kernen

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact.....................................................Kevin Gilmore Office.......................................................(661) 654-3071 Fax............................................................(661) 654-6978 Email................................................kgilmore@csub.edu Cell Phone.............................................(707) 496-1780 Pressbox Phone....................................................... TBA Kyle Richardson

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MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact................................................Michael Greenlee Office.......................................................(657) 278-3081 Fax............................................................(714) 278-3141 Email..................................... mgreenlee@fullerton.edu Cell Phone.............................................(714) 469-9684 Pressbox Phone...................................(714) 278-5327

Dave Serrano

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................ Dan Heefner Record at DBU/Years......................... 75-36/3rd year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 38-17 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish.................................. N/A Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................20/11 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/4

Dan Heefner

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact............................................................Tyler Knox Office.......................................................(214) 333-5349 Fax............................................................(214) 333-5324 Email.........................................................tyler@dbu.edu Cell Phone.............................................(817) 914-4445 Pressbox Phone...................................(214) 333-5541 Ryan Enos

www.dbu.edu/athletics

University InfoRMATION Location..........................................Columbia, Missouri Enrollment.............................................................30,200 Founded.....................................................................1839 Chancellor.......................................Dr. Brady J. Deaton Athletics Director................................. Michael Alden Colors..............................................Old Gold and Black Conference..............................................................Big 12 Stadium/Capacity....................Taylor Stadium/2,220 Dimensions................................................ 340-400-340

University InfoRMATION Location..................................................Houston, Texas Enrollment.............................................................36,098 Founded.....................................................................1927 President...............................................Dr. Renu Khator Athletics Director................................. Mack Rhoades Colors............................Scarlet and White/Navy Trim Conference.......................................... Conference USA Stadium/Capacity........................Cougar Field/3,500 Dimensions................................................ 330-390-330

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...............................................Rayner Noble Record at Houston/Years.................526-388/15th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 27-31 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish........................13-11/4th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/10 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 9/0

Dallas Baptist Patriots

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................Dave Serrano Record at CSF/Years........................... 88-38/3rd year Career Record............................... 202-104-1/6th year 2009 Record............................................................ 47-16 Postseason....................................College World Series Conference Record/Finish......................... 17-7/2nd Final Ranking...............................4 (Baseball America) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................15/14 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 4/5

University InfoRMATION Location.......................................................Dallas, Texas Enrollment...............................................................5,400 Founded.....................................................................1898 President.........................................................Gary Cook Athletics Director...................................... Ryan Erwin Colors..................................Red, White and Navy Blue Conference..................................................Independent Stadium/Capacity.........................Patriot Field/1,500 Dimensions................................................ 330-393-330

Rayner Noble

Missouri Tigers

C S Full e r t o n T i ta n s

University InfoRMATION Location................................................. Fullerton, Calif. Enrollment.............................................................36,000 Founded.....................................................................1957 President.....................................Dr. Milton A. Gordon Athletics Director..................................... Brian Quinn Colors.....................................Navy, Orange and White Conference......................................................... Big West Stadium/Capacity....................Goodwin Field/3,500 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach...............................................Tim Jamieson Record at Missouri/Years....................515-356-2/16th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 35-27 Postseason........................................... Oxford Regional Conference Record/Finish........................16-11/3rd Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/11 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 3/6

Tim Jamieson

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact..........................................................Josh Murray Office.......................................................(573) 882-0711 Fax............................................................(573) 882-4720 Email......................................murrayjos@missouri.edu Cell Phone.............................................(573) 268-8606 Pressbox Phone...................................(573) 884-8912

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact.......................................................... Jamie Zarda Office.......................................................(713) 743-9406 Fax............................................................(713) 743-9411 Email......................................................jczarda@.uh.edu Cell Phone.............................................(713) 582-5138 Pressbox Phone...................................(713) 743-0840 Jared Ray

www.uhcougars.com

Aaron Senne

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Ray Birmingham

O r al R o b e r t s Ea g l e s

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact................................................. Daniel Archuleta Office.......................................................(505) 925-5854 Fax............................................................(505) 925-5529 Email................................................archie84@unm.edu Cell Phone.............................................(505) 385-1334 Pressbox Phone...................................(505) 222-4093

www.golobos.com

University InfoRMATION Location........................................................ Tulsa, Okla. Enrollment...............................................................3,100 Founded.....................................................................1963 President.............................................Dr. Mark Rutland Athletics Director......................................Mike Carter Colors.................... Navy Blue, Vegas Gold and White Conference...........................................................Summit Stadium/Capacity......................... J.L. Johnson/2,418 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

Sunny Golloway

Ryan Duke

www.soonersports.com

University InfoRMATION Location..................................................Houston, Texas Enrollment...............................................................5,339 Founded.....................................................................1891 President............................................David W. Leebron Interim Athletics Director..................... David Sayler Colors........................................................ Blue and Gray Conference.......................................... Conference USA Stadium/Capacity...................... Reckling Park/5,368 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

Rob Walton

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact......................................................... Chris Belvin Office.......................................................(918) 495-7181 Fax............................................................(918) 495-7142 Email.....................................................cbelvin@oru.edu Cell Phone.............................................(918) 625-2152 Pressbox Phone...................................(918) 495-7165

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..........................................Sunny Golloway Record at OU/Years...................... 170-98-1/6th year Career Record.............................505-254-1/13th year 2009 Record............................................................ 43-20 Postseason........................... NCAA Norman Regional Conference Record/Finish.......................17-10/2nd Final Ranking............18 (NCBWA, Baseball America) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................17/15 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 4/5

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact.........................................................Craig Moran Office.......................................................(405) 325-8231 Fax............................................................(405) 325-7623 Email..................................................... cmoran@ou.edu Cell Phone.............................................(405) 249-8264 Pressbox Phone...................................(405) 325-8363

Rafael Neda

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................. Rob Walton Record at ORU/Years...................254-97/7th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 33-15 Postseason............................................ Tempe Regional Conference Record/Finish........................... 16-2/1st Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................14/11 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/4

Oklah o ma S o o n e r s

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach......................................... Ray Birmingham Record at UNM/Years........................ 71-45/3rd year Career Record...................................124-118/5th year 2009 Record............................................................ 37-20 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish......................... 15-8/2nd Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................18/15 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/5

University InfoRMATION Location...................................................Norman, Okla. Enrollment.............................................................30,092 Founded.....................................................................1890 President......................................................David Boren Athletics Director.................................Joe Castiglione Colors.............................................Crimson and Cream Conference..............................................................Big 12 Stadium/Capacity.......................Mitchell Park/2,700 Dimensions................................................ 335-411-335

R i c e Owl s

New Mexico Lobos

University InfoRMATION Location...........................................Albuquerque, N.M. Enrollment.............................................................25,767 Founded.....................................................................1889 President......................................... Dr. David Schmidly Athletics Director.........................................Paul Krebs Colors..................................................Cherry and Silver Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity.....................Isotopes Park/11,124 Dimensions................................................ 340-400-340

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach............................................Wayne Graham Record at Rice/Years................... 830-317/19th year Career Record............................. 1,405-430/30th year 2009 Record............................................................ 43-18 Postseason..................... Baton Rouge Super Regional Conference Record/Finish......................... 16-8/2nd Final Ranking...............................8 (Baseball America) Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................22/5 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 8/1

Wayne Graham

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact........................................................John Sullivan Office.......................................................(713) 348-5636 Fax............................................................(713) 348-6019 Email........................................................jsully@rice.edu Cell Phone.............................................(832) 250-9000 Pressbox Phone...................................(713) 348-4931

Seth Furmanek

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Anthony Rendon

www.riceowls.com


2010 Baseball University InfoRMATION Location................................................San Diego, Calif. Enrollment.............................................................32,817 Founded.....................................................................1897 President......................................Dr. Stephen L. Weber Athletics Director............................Don Oberhelman Colors...................................................Scarlet and Black Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity...............Tony Gwynn Stadium/3,000 Dimensions................................................ 340-410-340

Mark Johnson

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact......................................................... Paul Ridings Office.......................................................(936) 294-1764 Fax............................................................(936) 294-3538 Email....................................................ridings@shsu.edu Cell Phone................................................................. N/A Pressbox Phone...................................(936) 294-1731

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach................................................ Tony Gwynn Record at SDSU/Years...................214-213/8th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 41-23 Postseason...................................... UC Irvine Regional Conference Record/Finish.......................... 15-9/4th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................17/12 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 8/1

Tony Gwynn

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact............................................................Dave Kuhn Office.......................................................(619) 594-5242 Fax............................................................(619) 582-6541 Email........................................... dkuhn@mail.sdsu.edu Cell Phone.............................................(619) 957-8371 Pressbox Phone...................................(619) 594-4103

Braeden Riley

www.gobearkats.com University InfoRMATION Location..........................................College State, Texas Enrollment.............................................................48,787 Founded.....................................................................1876 Interim President........................ Dr. R. Bowen Loftin Athletics Director..........................................Bill Byrne Colors...............................................Maroon and White Conference..............................................................Big 12 Stadium/Capacity..................C.E. Olsen Field/7,053 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................Rob Childress Record at TAMU/Years................ 156-92-1/5th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 37-24 Postseason....................................Fort Worth Regional Conference Record/Finish........................14-13/6th Final Ranking..........................................25 (NCBWA) Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................17/12 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/4

T e x a s S ta t e B o bca t s San Diego State Aztecs

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.............................................. Mark Johnson Record at SHSU/Years..................... 113-75/4th year Career Record.............................989-504-3/25th year 2009 Record............................................................ 36-24 Postseason...........................NCAA Houston Regional Conference Record/Finish........................18-14/7th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................11/13 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 3/6

Texas A&M Aggies

Sam Houston State BearKats

2010 TCU BASEBALL OPPONENTS University InfoRMATION Location...............................................Huntsville, Texas Enrollment.............................................................16,800 Founded.....................................................................1879 President...............................................Dr. Jim Gaertner Athletics Director...............................Bobby Williams Colors................................................ Orange and White Conference...................................................... Southland Stadium/Capacity.................Sanders Stadium/1,463 Dimensions................................................ 349-400-316

Cory Vaughn

www.goaztecs.com

University InfoRMATION Location.............................................San Marcos, Texas Enrollment.............................................................30,806 Founded.....................................................................1899 President.............................................Denise M. Trauth Athletics Director...................................Dr. Larry Teis Colors................................................. Maroon and Gold Conference...................................................... Southland Stadium/Capacity...................Bobcat Baseball/2,400 Dimensions................................................ 330-405-330

Rob Childress

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact.......................................................... Matt Simon Office.......................................................(979) 845-5451 Fax............................................................(979) 845-6825 Email.....................................matts@athletics.tamu.edu Cell Phone.............................................(979) 255-0469 Pressbox Phone...................................(979) 458-3604

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................Ty Harrington Record at TSU/Years..........................337-252/11th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 41-17 Postseason.............................................Austin Regional Conference Record/Finish........................... 24-7/1st Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/12 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/4

Ty Harrington

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact...............................................Amber Arterberry Office.......................................................(512) 245-4692 Fax............................................................(512) 245-2967 Email....................................................aa32@txstate.edu Cell Phone.............................................(512) 216-3414 Pressbox Phone...................................(512) 245-5739

Brodie Green

www.aggieathletics.com

Jason Martinson

www.txstatebobcats.com

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Dan Spencer

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact...........................................................Blayne Beal Office...................................... (806) 742-2770, ext. 270 Fax............................................................(806) 742-1970 Email...............................................blayne.beal@ttu.edu Cell Phone.............................................(806) 790-7924 Pressbox Phone...................................(806) 742-3688

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.....................................Buddy Gouldsmith Record at UNLV/Years...................173-188/7th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 26-32 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish.......................... 9-15/5th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................19/12 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 5/5

Chad Bettis

Drew Beuerlein

www.texastech.com

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................Darin Thomas Record at UTA/Years.......................... 56-57/3rd year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 30-26 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish........................19-13/5th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................9/21 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 2/7

Buddy Gouldsmith

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact....................................................... Bryan Haines Office.......................................................(702) 895-3764 Fax............................................................(702) 895-0989 Email......................................... bryan.haines@unlv.edu Cell Phone.............................................(702) 528-4227 Pressbox Phone...................................(702) 895-1595

University InfoRMATION Location................................................ Arlington, Texas Enrollment.............................................................26,500 Founded.....................................................................1895 President................................................. James Spaniolo Athletics Director.......................................Pete Carlon Colors................Royal Blue and White/Orange Trim Conference...................................................... Southland Stadium/Capacity............ Clay Gould Ballpark/1,600 Dimensions................................................ 330-400-330

www.unlvrebels.com University InfoRMATION Location........................................... San Antonio, Texas Enrollment.............................................................29,133 Founded.....................................................................1969 President........................................... Dr. Ricardo Romo Athletics Director.....................................Lynn Hickey Colors............................Orange, Navy Blue and White Conference...................................................... Southland Stadium/Capacity.................. Roadrunner Field/800 Dimensions................................................ 335-405-340

Darin Thomas

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact..................................................... Scott Lacefield Office.......................................................(817) 272-2239 Fax............................................................(817) 272-5037 Email..................................................slacefield@uta.edu Cell Phone.............................................(817) 691-3786 Pressbox Phone...................................(817) 462-4226

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TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................Dan Spencer Record at Texas Tech/Years............. 25-32/2nd year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 25-32 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish........................12-15/7th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................18/13 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 7/2

University InfoRMATION Location.................................................. Las Vegas, Nev. Enrollment.............................................................28,000 Founded.....................................................................1957 President............................................ Dr. Neal Smatresk Athletics Director................................. Jim Livengood Colors....................................................Scarlet and Gray Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity.................. Wilson Stadium/3,000 Dimensions................................................ 335-400-335

UT San Antonio Roadruners

UT Arlington Mavericks Texas Tech Red Raiders

University InfoRMATION Location................................................. Lubbock, Texas Enrollment.............................................................30,000 Founded.....................................................................1923 President.................................................. Dr. Guy Bailey Athletics Director................................... Gerald Myers Colors...................................................Scarlet and Black Conference..............................................................Big 12 Stadium/Capacity.....................Dan Law Field/4,466 Dimensions................................................ 330-405-330

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach........................................ Sherman Corbett Record at UTSA/Years................ 282-237/10th year Career Record......................................................... Same 2009 Record............................................................ 32-24 Postseason................................................................None Conference Record/Finish........................20-12/3rd Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost.........................17/11 Starters Returning/Lost......................................... 7/4

Sherman Corbett

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact.................................................Brien Hernandez Office.......................................................(210) 458-4907 Fax............................................................(210) 458-4569 Email.................................brian.hernandez1@utsa.edu Cell Phone................................................................. N/A Pressbox Phone...................................(210) 458-4612

Michael Choice

www.utamavs.com

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Ryan Hutson

www.goutsa.com


2010 Baseball 2010 TCU BASEBALL OPPONENTS

TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach..............................................Bill Kinneberg Record at Utah/Years......................155-176/7th year Career Record................................ 400-359/14th year 2009 Record............................................................ 28-31 Postseason........................................Fullerton Regional Conference Record/Finish.......................... 8-16/6th Final Ranking..........................................................None Letterwinners Returning/Lost...........................20/7 Starters Returning/Lost.......................................10/3

Conference Information Founded.........................................................July 1, 1999 Commissioner.................................... Craig Thompson Deputy Commissioner.......................... Bret Gilliland Sponsored Sports...................... 19 (10 women, 9 men) Participants.............. Air Force, BYU, Colorado State, New Mexico, San Diego State, TCU Utah, UNLV, Wyoming Team NCAA Championships.....................................3 Individual NCAA Championships.........................23 Academic All-America Selections........................ 103 All-American Selections......................................... 539

Bill Kinneberg

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact..........................................Brooke Frederickson Office.......................................................(801) 581-8302 Fax............................................................(801) 581-4358 Email....................bfrederickson@huntsman.utah.edu Cell Phone.............................................(801) 493-9254 Pressbox Phone...................................(801) 464-6969 Jordan Whatcott

www.utahutes.com

M o u n ta i n W e s t

U tah U t e s

University InfoRMATION Location..........................................Salt Lake City, Utah Enrollment.............................................................29,251 Founded.....................................................................1850 President.............................................Michael K. Young Athletics Director................................... Dr. Chris Hill Colors..............................................Crimson and White Conference.............................................Mountain West Stadium/Capacity....................... Covey Field/15,500 Dimensions................................................ 345-420-315

Elevation Information Air Force (Colorado Springs, Colo.).............7,163 feet BYU (Provo, Utah)........................................ 4,553 feet Colorado State (Fort Collins, Colo)..............4,800 feet New Mexico (Albuquerque, N.M.)........... 5,000 feet San Diego State (San Diego, Calif).................46 feet TCU (Fort Worth, Texas)............................... 612 feet UNLV (Las Vegas, Nev.)............................... 2,030 feet Utah (Salt Lake City, Utah)......................... 4,657 feet Wyoming (Laramie, Wyo.)......................... 7,220 feet

MEDIA RELATIONS INFORMATION Contact........................................................Kim Melcher Office.......................................................(719) 488-4050 Fax............................................................(719) 487-7241 Email....................................... kmelcher@themwc.com Cell Phone.............................................(713) 433-0681

Craig Thompson

Kim Melcher

www.themwc.com

2010 mountain west conference tournament info TOURNAMENT InfoRMATION Host........................................................................... San Diego State Location..................................................................San Diego, Calif. Defending Champion..............................................................Utah Dates........................................................................May 25-29, 2010 Stadium.........................................................Tony Gwynn Stadium Pressbox Phone.................................................... (619) 594-4103 Website............................................................... www.goaztecs.com Format...............................................................Double-elimination PAST TOURNAMENT WINNERS (HOST) 2000............................. San Diego State Aztecs (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2001.................................... BYU Cougars (San Diego, Calif.) 2002............................................BYU Cougars (Provo, Utah) 2003............................... UNLV Rebels (Albuquerque, N.M.) 2004......................................UNLV Rebels (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2005............................... UNLV Rebels (Salt Lake City, Utah) 2006............................. TCU Horned Frogs (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2007............................. TCU Horned Frogs (Las Vegas, Nev.) 2008......................... TCU Horned Frogs (Fort Worth, Texas) 2009................................................Utah Utes (Fort Worth, Texas)

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TCU Horned Frogs ALL-TIME SERIES RECORDS Opponent........................................... W-L-T Abilene Christian.........................................17-0-0 Add-Ran Jarvis................................................4-0-0 Air Force Academy............................. 18-1-0 Alabama...........................................................2-0-0 Ardmore (Texas League)............................. 1-1-0 Arizona.............................................................1-7-0 Arizona State...................................................0-4-0 Arkansas...................................................... 23-44-0 Austin College..............................................24-4-0 Baylor............................................138-156-4 Bradley.............................................................2-0-0 Bryant TRG School....................................... 0-1-0 Buena Vista......................................................2-0-0 BYU..................................................... 21-5-0 Cal Poly Pomona............................................ 1-1-0 Cal State Bakersfield................First Meeting Cal State Fullerton................................ 3-7-0 Cameron..........................................................1-0-0 Centenary........................................................9-0-0 Central Michigan........................................... 2-6-0 Charlotte........................................................10-3-0 Chicago White Sox (AL).............................. 0-1-0 Cincinnati........................................................8-1-0 Cisco (Texas League).................................... 2-0-0 Coastal Carolina............................................. 0-1-0 Coker College.................................................0-1-0 Colorado State................................................1-2-0 College of the Southwest.............................. 9-2-0 Cornell.............................................................1-0-0 Corsicana (Texas League)............................ 1-0-0 Creighton.........................................................4-0-0 Dallas (Texas League)................................... 1-0-0 Dallas (University)......................................18-2-0 Dallas Baptist.................................... 38-17-0 Daniel Baker....................................................5-0-0 East Carolina.................................................10-4-0 Elmhurst..........................................................2-0-0 Emporia State................................................. 8-7-0 Evansville.........................................................0-1-0 Florida Atlantic............................................... 4-2-0 Fort Worth (Texas League)......................... 3-1-0 Fort Worth High............................................ 3-0-0 Fort Worth University................................... 2-0-0 Fresno State...................................................8-12-0 Furman.............................................................1-0-0 Georgia Tech...................................................1-1-0 Grand Canyon................................................3-0-0 Hardin-Simmons.........................................22-4-1 Hawai’i............................................................14-6-0 Hawai’i-Hilo..................................................13-4-0 Hawai’i-Pacific................................................1-0-0 Hill Business College..................................... 1-0-1 Houston............................................ 39-52-2 Howard Payne.................................................3-0-0 Illinois...............................................................3-0-0 Illinois State.....................................................0-1-0 Incarnate Word............................................... 1-0-0 Indiana..............................................................3-0-0

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Opponent........................................... W-L-T Indianapolis.....................................................0-1-0 Iowa State.........................................................7-3-0 Kansas..............................................................2-1-0 Kansas State....................................................6-3-0 Kent State........................................................9-1-0 Lamar..............................................................8-10-0 Long Beach State............................................0-3-0 Louisiana Tech................................................9-7-0 Louisville.......................................................11-5-0 Loyola (New Orleans)..................................3-1-0 LSU...................................................................1-6-0 Lubbock Christian.........................................3-2-0 Maine................................................................2-0-0 Manhattan.......................................................3-0-0 Mary Hardin Baylor.......................................7-1-0 Marshall...........................................................2-0-0 McMurry..........................................................2-0-0 Memphis..........................................................7-3-0 Meridian...........................................................2-0-0 Mexico..............................................................1-0-0 Miami (Ohio).................................................3-1-0 Midwestern.....................................................3-2-0 Minnesota........................................................4-2-0 Mississippi.......................................................5-3-0 Missouri................................................ 6-4-0 Missouri Southern.........................................0-1-0 Nebraska..........................................................4-0-0 Nebraska-Kearney........................................12-0-1 New Mexico...................................... 29-11-0 New Mexico State..........................................6-0-0 New Orleans...................................................1-2-0 New York Giants............................................1-1-0 Nevada..............................................................3-3-0 Nicholls State..................................................0-1-0 North Carolina State.....................................1-0-0 North Dakota State........................................5-0-0 North Texas...................................................15-1-0 Northeast Louisiana......................................8-1-0 Northwestern..................................................1-1-0 Northwestern State (La.).............................1-3-0 Northwest Missouri State.............................4-1-0 Northwood......................................................2-3-0 Notre Dame.....................................................2-1-0 Ohio State........................................................1-4-0 Oklahoma......................................... 25-58-0 Oklahoma Baptist..........................................2-0-0 Oklahoma City...............................................4-0-0 Oklahoma State (A&M).............................9-10-0 Oral Roberts..................................... 14-25-0 Oregon State...................................................3-1-0 Ouachita Baptist.............................................1-1-0 Pepperdine......................................................0-1-0 Polytechnic......................................................9-5-0 Prairie View A&M.........................................9-0-0 Purdue..............................................................0-1-0 Rice...............................................115-120-1 Rockford..........................................................2-0-0 Saint Louis.....................................................11-1-0

TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

Opponent........................................... W-L-T Sam Houston State........................... 35-29-0 San Diego State................................... 14-9-0 San Jose State................................................9-10-0 Simmons........................................................11-1-0 SMU...........................................................101-69-1 South Dakota.................................................. 2-0-0 Southeastern Louisiana................................ 4-2-0 Southeastern Oklahoma............................... 2-2-0 Southern California....................................... 0-1-0 Southern Miss...............................................6-12-0 Southwest Missouri State............................. 0-2-0 Southwestern............................................. 45-11-0 Southwestern Louisiana............................... 1-3-0 St. Edward’s..................................................... 5-3-0 St. Francis (Ill.)............................................... 3-1-0 St. Mary’s.........................................................4-0-0 St. Olaf..............................................................1-0-0 St. John’s...........................................................2-0-0 St. Thomas....................................................... 5-1-0 Stanford............................................................1-1-0 Stephen F. Austin........................................... 9-2-0 Sul Ross............................................................4-2-0 Tarleton State................................................19-3-0 Temple..............................................................2-1-0 Texas..........................................................56-218-2 Texas A&M......................................85-159-4 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi......................... 6-0-0 Texas Arlington................................ 83-53-0 Texas El Paso................................................... 1-0-0 Texas Lutheran............................................... 5-3-0 Texas Pan American................................. 39-13-1 Texas San Antonio................................ 6-2-0 Texas Southern............................................... 4-0-0 Texas State (SW Texas State)............ 22-12-0 Texas Tech......................................... 70-68-1 Texas Wesleyan.......................................... 33-27-0 Toby’s Business College................................ 4-1-0 Trinity.......................................................... 34-16-0 Tulane...............................................................6-7-0 Tulsa..................................................................2-0-0 UAB..................................................................7-2-0 UCF..................................................................3-3-0 UC Santa Barbara........................................... 4-2-0 UNC-Wilmington......................................... 0-1-0 Union College................................................. 1-0-0 UNLV................................................ 23-12-0 USF...................................................................9-5-0 Utah.................................................... 22-6-0 Vermont...........................................................3-0-0 Waco (Texas League)..................................3-11-0 Washington State........................................... 1-2-0 Western Kentucky.......................................... 1-0-0 Wichita State................................................... 4-8-0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire.................................... 2-0-0 Wright State..................................................... 3-1-0 Youngstown State........................................... 1-0-0


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TCU Horned Frogs 2009: A LOOK BACK AT A SUPER SEASON Experience was the name of the game in 2009 as the roster featured seven seniors and the return of the entire starting rotation from 2008. Add to the mix the nation’s ninth-ranked recruiting class and the stage was set for a super season. The coaching staff was charged with the task of filling three holes in the lineup and replacing All-American closer Andrew Cashner. A pair of freshmen, a resurgence of two players and a junior college transfer filled the shoes of the departed and helped the program make history. The season was not without its challenges as the Frogs battled injuries and weather along the way. Each challenge was met with a determined squad that rose to the occasion and battled through adversity to become a strong unit. Another challenging slate of games offered the foundation for earning the program’s first-ever No. 1 seed in an NCAA Regional and the right to host for the first time. A tough three-game slate at No. 5 Cal State Fullerton to open the season provided the springboard to history as the Frogs left Goodwin Field with a 2-1 series win. TCU would go on to claim its sixth straight conference title and tally its third straight 40-win campaign. Following a loss in the season-opener at Fullerton, the Frogs picked up the pace with wins in 10 of their next 11 games to open the season with an impressive 10-2 mark. The stretch saw the Frogs win the lone game of a weather-shortened series at No. 13 Ole Miss as well as exacting revenge with a sweep of Wichita State. TCU climbed as high as No. 11 in the polls with the early season success. A tough stretch of 12 games saw the Frogs falter as they tallied just five victories in that span. A strong Minnesota squad came to town and took a 2-1 series victory as they held the Frogs to a combined 10 runs in the three games. After a heart-breaking loss to No. 13 Oklahoma, the Frogs won a hard-fought road series at Utah. The Frogs won just two of their next six games, including dropping a home series to San Diego State and falling to 3-3 in league play and 15-9 overall. As has become a habit, when the calendar flipped to April, the Frogs found a way to hit their stride. 2009 was no different as they opened the month with a salty 2-1 victory over UT Arlington. That win propelled the Frogs to great heights, as they never suffered back-to-back defeats the remainder of the season. TCU closed out the season with an impressive 25-9 record. On April 3, an historical day in Mountain West Conference baseball saw two ranked league foes square off in a dual for the top spot in the conference standings. A 7-3 victory in the opener against 18th-ranked New Mexico helped the Frogs grab momentum as they went on to sweep the series to move to 6-3 in conference play. In a preview of what was to come, the Frogs traveled south to Austin for a meeting with the sixth-ranked Longhorns. Texas prevailed, but the Frogs wouldn’t be down

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for long as they returned to their winning ways with a three-game sweep of UT Pan American. April 10, 2009 was a special day in the history of the program as four pitchers combined to toss the ninth no-hitter in school history. The dominating pitching performance carried over to the series finale against UTPA as Horned Frog pitchers continued to hold the Broncs hitless until the ninth inning. The one-hitter was the 15th in school history. After splitting a pair of games against Big 12 foes, Texas Tech (W) and Oklahoma (L), Mother Nature burst onto the scene. The Frogs headed to Colorado Springs for a three-game set against Air Force. The worst snowstorm of the season descended on the area, forcing the cancellation of the three-game set and giving the Frogs an unplanned week off. The squad returned to the diamond on April 21 for a two-game midweek series against Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Frogs handled the Islanders to improve to 25-11 before heading west to return to league play at San Diego State. A heart-breaking 4-3 loss to the Aztecs in the opener lit a fire under the Frogs as they won a pair of onerun games to even the season series at 3-3 against SDSU. TCU wrapped up a four-game road swing with a disappointing 4-3 extra-inning loss at No. 15 Texas A&M before returning home for a pair of league series against BYU and Utah. The Frogs took care of the Cougars in the first two games before a heavy rain shower cost TCU its sixth game of the season. The Frogs had another battle on their hands when the Utes came to town. Just like Salt Lake City, the Frogs took the series 2-1 as their league-leading record climbed to 12-5. TCU closed out the regular season with a four-game road swing that was perfect as they handed Dallas Baptist a 5-3 loss and swept UNLV to claim its fourth straight regular season conference crown. Hosting the conference tournament for the second straight season didn’t prove as fruitful as they bowed out in three games, losing twice to a scrappy Utah club that went on to claim the tournament championship. The disappointment didn’t last long as the NCAA still rewarded the Frogs with a No. 1 seed and a chance to host. TCU welcomed Texas A&M, Oregon State and Wright State to Lupton Stadium for an exciting weekend of baseball at the end of May. After handling the Raiders in the tournament opener, the Frogs dominated in a 13-1 rout of Oregon State to advance to the championship game. In the championship, the Frogs rallied from a 4-0 deficit to notch the most historical win in pro-

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gram’s history. Jason Coats battled through a nine-pitch at-bat before coming up with a line-drive single to right that plated Bryan Holaday and sent the Frogs to their first-ever NCAA Super Regional. The task was a daunting one as they met the nation’s No. 1 national seed, Texas, on its home field. The Frogs faltered in the opener, but evened the series behind a dominating performance from Paul Gerrish on the mound. Alas, it was not to be as the Longhorns used a three-run first inning in the series finale and rode it a 5-2 victory, ending the Frogs historical run. The 2009 squad will always be remembered for those magical three nights at Lupton Stadium in May that saw history made. The nation showed their respect as the Frogs finished ranked as high as 11th in the final polls. narrowing Down The field In what is becoming the norm for the baseball program, the Frogs made their sixth straight appearance in the NCAA Regionals, this time as one of the 16 hosts. The six consecutive appearances have put the Frogs in some elite company as only 15 other programs can lay claim to six straight appearances. Additionally, they are one of just three Texas schools to make the postseason each of the last six years. six and counting Since Jim Schlossnagle’s arrival on campus six years ago, conference championships have become synonymous with TCU baseball. While 2009 proved different in that the Frogs did not win both the regular season and tournament crowns, TCU did walk away with its fourth straight regular season Mountain West Conference title. That feat runs the Frogs’ streak to six straight seasons with some form of a conference championship. In Conference USA the Horned Frogs won two tournament titles (2004 and 2005) before a run of three straight seasons of winning the Mountain West regular season and tournament crowns (2006-08). A first time for everything The coaching staff and the squad realized a dream in 2009 when the NCAA granted the Frogs bid to host its first-ever Regional. In addition, TCU was tabbed as one of the field’s 16 No. 1 seeds. The boost of hosting the Regional propelled the Frogs to new heights as they swept through the Regional field to earn their first-ever berth in the NCAA Super Regionals. 9,480 fans passed through the turnstiles to witness history as the Frogs took down Wright State before topping a storied Oregon State squad twice. A magical look back The Frogs defeated Wright State 6-3 in the opener. Chris Ellington was on base all five times and Matt Curry drove in two runs. Paul Gerrish allowed just three runs in seven innings of work. TCU advanced to the championship game with a rout of the Beavers on day two. A trio of Frogs, Matt Carpenter, Matt Vern and Ellington each drove in three runs in the win. Lost in the offensive outburst was a tremendous pitching performance from Kyle Winkler, who tossed eight innings of one-run baseball.


2010 Baseball 2009: A LOOK BACK AT A SUPER SEASON May 31 turned into the most historical day in program history as the Frogs rallied from a 4-0 deficit to claim the exciting 5-4 walk-off victory. A three-run fifth inning tied the game at four. The game remained tied until the bottom of the ninth inning. Bryan Holaday singled with one out and moved to second on a wild pitch. With a base open, the Beavers intentionally walked Ellington. Jason Coats battled through a nine-pitch at-bat before coming up with the game-winning hit. Offensively, the club hit .347 (35-for-101) with 11 extra base hits and averaged eight runs per game while posting an on-base percentage of .481. On the mound, all three starters went at least seven innings and posted an ERA of 2.67, while limiting opponents to just a .196 average off of the six pitchers used. Defensively, the club committed just one error and had a .992 fielding percentage. REPRESENTING Eight Horned Frogs earned all-conference honors at the end of the season. Four Frogs are repeats, while four others earned their first nod. Matt Vern returned to the all-conference squad, earning his first-ever firstteam honor. Trent Appleby was the only other Frog to earn first-team accolades, doing so as a relief pitcher. Bryan Holaday, Taylor Featherston, Matt Carpenter, Chris Ellington and Taylor Cragin were all tabbed second-team honors. For Carpenter, it was his third selection and for Holaday and Ellington, their second. Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle was also awarded his fourth straight Coach of the Year honor and the fifth of his career. Kyle Winkler was the lone Frog selected to the Mountain West Conference All-Tournament team. Five Frogs earned All-Regional honors in Vern, Featherston, Ellington, Winkler and Jason Coats, who was tabbed the tournament’s MOP. Record-setting crowds With success comes the fans and they did in record numbers during the 2009 campaign. Lupton Stadium saw a record-number 69,290 fans pass through the gates to cheer the Frogs on to a 23-9 home record. TCU has re-established the total attendance record each of the last four seasons. TCU surpassed 50,000 fans in a season for the first time in 2007 and moved over the 60,000-fan threshold in 2008. The Frogs averaged 2,165 fans per game in 2009, obliterating the previous mark of 1,883 fans set back in 2008. Five of the Top 10 crowds were recorded in 2009, while two of the top five series crowds took place.

Leaving his mark Matt Carpenter left an indelible mark on the TCU Baseball program after a career that spanned five seasons. An everyday player for four of the five seasons, Carpenter has left his stamp on the TCU record books. He is the all-time leader in games played with 241 and at-bats with 843. He holds the second spot in career hits with 263, doubles with 57 and walks with 150. He is also in fourth place in runs scored with 176 and total bases with 412. Carpenter is a three-time second-team allconference performer in his career. gOING, GOING, GONE!!! After hitting just 37 home runs a year ago, the Frogs exploded for 67 in 2009. That mark is the sixth-highest total in school history and the most since hitting 75 in 2005. Matt Vern led the way with a career-high 17. Matt Carpenter finished the season with 11 long balls and Bryan Holaday racked up 10. The senior class as a whole accounted for 40 of the 67 home runs. The freshmen and junior class each tallied 13 home runs. Jimmie Pharr was the lone sophomore to connect. TCU picked up at least four home runs in every inning this season, with their most productive being the fifth inning where they connected for 11. Five of Carpenter’s 11 home runs came in the fifth inning. Holaday connected on a tenth inning walk-off bomb against BYU on May 1. Seven of his 10 home runs came in the sixth inning or later. Nine of them also came in conference action. A GRAND INNING Two Horned Frogs made history in the Frogs’ 19-3 victory over No. 18 New Mexico on April 5. Matt Carpenter and Jimmie Pharr each connected on a fifthinning grand slam to become the only duo in college baseball in 2009 to accomplish the feat. The Frogs entered the inning clinging to a 5-2 lead over the Lobos. Pharr came to the plate with the bases loaded and one out. He connected on the first pitch he saw from Clinton Cox, driving the ball over the fence in left center for a 10-2 lead. The Frogs bats continued rolling as they loaded the bases again with two hits and an error, bringing Carpenter to the plate for the second time in the inning. He battled through a six-pitch at-bat and drove a 1-2 offering from Cox over the right center field fence to make it a 14-2 contest. Joining the pair with a grand slam of his own was Jason Coats who accomplished the feat in the seventh inning at Ole Miss on Feb. 28.

NOT ON MY WATCH Junior catcher Bryan Holaday was an integral part of the Frogs’ defense and pitching success in 2009. While providing a solid wall behind the plate, Holaday also proved detrimental to the opposition’s run game. After multiple seasons of over 40 wild pitches thrown by the Horned Frog staff, the numbers have decreased with Holaday behind the plate. In 2009, 13 pitchers combined to throw just 24 wild pitches. Holaday also helped limit opponents to just 32 stolen bases in 2009. He threw out a league-high 32 runners trying to steal, equating to a 53% rate of throwing out runners. Of those 32 caught stealing, Holaday threw out 30 trying to swipe second and two trying to steal third. In addition to the caught stealing, Holaday also led the team with three pickoffs, two of which came at first base and the other at third base. On the season, Holaday committed just four errors to post a fielding percentage of .990. In his two seasons at TCU, he is a career .992 fielder and has thrown out 39% of runners trying to steal. MOVING ON TO THE NEXT LEVEL Three Horned Frogs were selected in the 2009 MLB Draft in June and all three signed professional contracts and began their professional careers. Matt Vern (13th round, San Diego Padres), Matt Carpenter (13th round, St. Louis Cardinals) and Chris Ellington (32nd round, Milwaukee Brewers) became the latest Horned Frogs to enter the professional ranks. Carpenter burst onto the professional scene with a flurry as he earned two promotions throughout the summer. He began the season in short season with Batavia where he played nine games and hitting .469. He was promoted to Low A Quad Cities, appearing in 29 contests and hitting .295. His final promotion saw him go to the Cardinals Advance A club in Palm Beach. In 32 contests he hit two home runs and drove in nine runs. BASE KNOCKS • For the first time in school history, the Frogs had three players hit at least 10 home runs (Matt Vern, 17; Matt Carpenter, 11; Bryan Holaday, 10). • The Frogs homered in 38 contests this season and posted a 30-8 mark in those games. • Taylor Featherston and Matt Carpenter were the only Frogs to produce a five-hit contest in 2009. • Bryan Holaday was the lone Frog to notch a pinchhit home run (@ Utah 3/22) and a walk-off home (vs. BYU 5/1) run in 2009. • Three different Frogs posted multi-home run games in 2009. Chris Ellington was the first on Feb. 28 at Ole Miss. Matt Carpenter hit two home runs against UT Pan American on April 9. Taylor Featherston joined the club with two against Utah on May 9. • Five of the Frogs nine pinch-hits went for extra bases (two doubles, two triples and one home run). • Hunt Woodruff led all pinch-hitters with four hits, including a double and a triple. • The Frogs hit eight home runs to lead off an inning in 2009. • Taylor Featherston and Matt Carpenter were the only two Frogs to play in all 58 games in 2009.

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TCU Horned Frogs 2009 FINAL RESULTS Overall: 40-18 • Home: 22-9 • Away: 18-9 • Mountain West: 15-5 Date Opponent Score R-H-E R-H-E Inns Overall MWC Feb. 20 @ #5 Cal State Fullerton 6-7 L 6-10-1 7-13-1 9 0-1-0 Feb. 21 @ #5 Cal State Fullerton W 8-6 8-11-3 6-10-0 9 1-1-0 Feb. 22 @ #5 Cal State Fullerton W 11-6 11-18-3 6-3-0 9 2-1-0 Feb. 24 Dallas Baptist W 6-0 6-7-1 0-3-2 9 3-1-0 Feb. 25 Texas State W 8-2 8-12-1 2-6-2 9 4-1-0 Feb. 28 @ #13 Ole Miss W 19-13 19-25-2 13-16-3 9 5-1-0 March 3 @ UT Arlington W 11-3 11-11-1 3-9-3 9 6-1-0 March 4 #6 Baylor 1-2 L 1-5-1 2-6-0 9 6-2-0 March 6 Wichita State W 6-5 6-10-2 5-9-1 9 7-2-0 March 7 Wichita State W 9-4 9-13-0 4-8-1 9 8-2-0 March 8 Wichita State W 12-3 12-15-2 3-8-2 9 9-2-0 March 10 @ Texas State W 9-5 9-14-2 5-9-2 9 10-2-0 March 14 Minnesota 4-6 L 4-10-1 6-9-4 9 10-3-0 March 15 Minnesota 2-7 L 2-5-2 7-8-1 9 10-4-0 March 16 #25 Minnesota W 4-1 4-7-0 1-6-0 9 11-4-0 March 17 #13 Oklahoma 7-8 L 7-14-1 8-16-0 9 11-5-0 March 20 @ Utah * W 8-7 8-11-4 7-10-3 9 12-5-0 1-0-0 March 21 @ Utah * W 6-1 6-9-0 1-5-3 9 13-5-0 2-0-0 March 22 @ Utah * 8-9 L 8-15-4 9-12-0 (10) 13-6-0 2-1-0 March 24 Stephen F. Austin W 10-2 10-9-2 2-8-3 9 14-6-0 March 26 @ #8 Baylor 4-15 L 4-7-0 15-17-1 9 14-7-0 March 27 San Diego State * 5-11 L 5-7-4 11-17-0 9 14-8-0 2-2-0 March 28 San Diego State * W 8-5 8-12-2 5-8-2 9 15-8-0 3-2-0 March 29 San Diego State * 1-2 L 1-4-3 2-8-0 9 15-9-0 3-3-0 April 1 UT Arlington W 2-1 2-7-0 1-4-1 9 16-9-0 April 3 #18 New Mexico * W 7-3 7-12-0 3-8-2 9 17-9-0 4-3-0 April 4 #18 New Mexico * W 4-2 4-9-0 2-7-0 9 18-9-0 5-3-0 April 5 #18 New Mexico * W 19-3 19-22-0 3-7-2 9 19-9-0 6-3-0 April 7 @ #9 Texas 0-6 L 0-8-1 6-11-0 9 19-10-0 April 9 @ UT Pan American W 9-1 9-14-0 1-6-1 9 20-10-0 April 10 @ UT Pan American W 3-0 3-4-0 0-0-1 9 21-10-0 April 11 @ UT Pan American W 18-0 18-20-1 0-1-2 9 22-10-0 April 13 Texas Tech W 12-5 12-15-0 5-8-3 9 23-10-0 April 14 @ #9 Oklahoma 5-7 L 5-9-1 7-9-0 9 23-11-0 April 21 Texas A&M-CC W 6-2 6-9-0 2-5-3 9 24-11-0 April 22 Texas A&M-CC W 10-7 10-10-4 7-11-3 9 25-11-0 April 24 @ #19 San Diego State * 3-4 L 3-6-2 4-7-0 9 25-12-0 6-4-0 April 25 @ #19 San Diego State * W 8-7 8-14-0 7-12-1 9 26-12-0 7-4-0 April 26 @ #19 San Diego State * W 6-5 6-7-0 5-13-0 9 27-12-0 8-4-0 April 28 @ #15 Texas A&M 3-4 L 3-10-2 4-8-2 (10) 27-13-0 April 30 BYU * W 8-5 8-8-2 5-6-0 9 28-13-0 9-4-0 May 1 BYU * W 5-3 5-9-3 3-10-2 (10) 29-13-0 10-4-0 May 8 Utah * W 10-5 10-14-1 5-11-0 9 30-13-0 11-4-0 May 9 Utah * 11-15 L 11-11-1 15-16-1 9 30-14-0 11-5-0 May 10 Utah * W 4-3 4-9-1 3-8-3 9 31-14-0 12-5-0 May 11 @ Dallas Baptist W 5-3 5-7-0 3-7-1 9 32-14-0 May 14 @ UNLV * W 10-4 10-10-1 4-10-2 9 33-14-0 13-5-0 May 15 @ UNLV * W 14-10 14-16-5 10-16-1 9 34-14-0 14-5-0 May 16 @ UNLV * W 10-3 10-10-0 3-8-1 9 35-14-0 15-5-0 May 20 Utah @ 7-9 L 7-12-3 9-15-3 9 35-15-0 May 21 BYU @ W 9-2 9-10-0 2-11-2 9 36-15-0 May 22 Utah @ 4-6 L 4-12-0 6-11-0 9 36-16-0 May 29 Wright State # W 6-3 6-9-0 3-7-0 9 37-16-0 May 30 #25 Oregon State # W 13-1 13-17-1 1-3-1 9 38-16-0 May 31 #25 Oregon State # W 5-4 5-9-0 4-8-0 9 39-16-0 June 6 @ #4 Texas ^ 4-10 L 4-7-1 10-12-0 9 39-17-0 June 7 @ #4 Texas ^ W 3-2 3-7-1 2-6-0 9 40-17-0 June 8 @ #4 Texas ^ 2-5 L 2-7-0 5-7-1 9 40-18-0 * Mountain West Conference game @ MWC Postseason Tournament, Lupton Stadium; Fort Worth, Texas # NCAA Fort Worth Regional, Lupton Stadium; Fort Worth, Texas ^ NCAA Super Regional, UFCU Disch-Falk Field; Austin, Texas

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Pitcher of Record Attend. Time Marshall (L, 0-1) 2155 3:24 Hoelscher (W, 1-0) 2063 3:22 Cragin (W, 1-0) 1979 3:32 Maxwell (W, 1-0) 2365 2:23 Holle (W, 1-0) 2041 3:01 Lockwood (W, 1-0) 5319 4:06 Holle (W, 2-0) 437 3:06 Maxwell (L, 1-1) 3029 2:59 Cragin (W, 2-0) 2337 2:41 Hoelscher (W, 2-0) 2492 2:35 Gerrish (W, 1-0) 2462 2:36 Maxwell (W, 2-1) 1059 2:44 Kelly (L, 0-1) 1578 2:39 Hoelscher (L, 2-1) 1724 2:30 Winkler (W, 1-0) 1629 2:24 Miller (L, 0-1) 3074 3:51 Gerrish (W, 2-0) 157 3:12 Cragin (W, 3-0) 311 2:22 Miller (L, 0-2) 137 3:00 Holle (W, 3-0) 1711 2:38 Maxwell (L, 2-2) 2466 2:48 Lockwood (L, 1-1) 2786 2:41 Appleby (W, 1-0) 1743 2:49 Marshall (L, 0-2) 2017 2:28 Appleby (W, 2-0) 1971 2:13 Lockwood (W, 2-1) 2070 2:52 Gerrish (W, 3-0) 2190 2:41 Winkler (W, 2-0) 1950 2:59 Holle (L, 3-1) 5929 2:39 Gerrish (W, 4-0) 150 3:07 Kelly (W, 1-1) 420 2:35 Holle (W, 4-1) 175 2:58 Winkler (W, 3-0) 2052 3:06 Gerrish (L, 4-1) 1487 3:14 Lockwood (W, 3-1) 1850 2:40 Maxwell (W, 3-2) 1555 3:14 Hoelscher (L, 2-2) 3072 2:34 Cragin (W, 4-0) 445 3:11 Lockwood (W, 4-1) 614 2:40 Kelly (L, 1-2) 3507 3:14 Cragin (W, 5-0) 1925 2:43 Marshall (W, 1-2) 2045 3:00 Appleby (W, 3-0) 2097 3:04 Appleby (L, 3-1) 2184 3:26 Winkler (W, 4-0) 2145 2:30 Holle (W, 5-1) 500 2:43 Gerrish (W, 5-1) 347 2:57 Appleby (W, 4-1) 476 3:34 Winkler (W, 5-0) 312 2:41 Gerrish (L, 5-2) 2112 3:25 Winkler (W, 6-0) 1256 2:32 Holle (L, 5-2) 1420 2:48 Gerrish (W, 6-2) 3020 2:54 Winkler (W, 7-0) 3269 3:00 Marshall (W, 2-2) 3191 2:55 Winkler (L, 7-1) 7220 2:50 Gerrish (W, 7-2) 7205 2:29 Lockwood (L, 4-2) 7241 2:42

Attendance Dates Total Avg. High 32 69,290 2,165 3,269 vs. Oregon State 26 55,183 2,122 5,929 @ Texas 58 124,473 2,146


2010 Baseball 2009 FINAL STATISTICS Hitting Statistics

Player Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Matt Vern .360 57-56 200 61 72 13 2 17 54 140 .700 33 6 48 2 .461 2 5 16-22 Matt Carpenter .333 58-58 207 58 69 23 6 11 47 137 .662 51 7 24 5 .470 5 4 13-14 Chris Ellington .331 57-57 236 40 78 21 2 6 52 121 .513 11 4 30 8 .363 5 2 2-3 Taylor Featherston .322 58-58 230 54 74 13 2 5 28 106 .461 21 9 40 7 .395 3 3 8-12 Jason Coats .316 57-54 193 36 61 17 2 6 32 100 .518 22 3 37 5 .393 1 3 2-3 Matt Curry .315 51-47 162 30 51 10 1 3 31 72 .444 27 4 40 4 .421 2 2 2-4 Bryan Holaday .300 57-54 203 39 61 10 1 10 48 103 .507 12 6 34 3 .351 4 7 2-2 Corey Steglich .296 56-55 203 32 60 7 3 2 31 79 .389 25 1 37 1 .371 3 8 7-11 -------------------------------------Ben Carruthers .275 43-33 138 27 38 8 0 2 19 52 .377 6 6 24 0 .323 5 3 3-7 Jimmie Pharr .255 29-11 51 7 13 6 0 1 8 22 .431 3 0 13 0 .281 3 1 0-0 Aaron Schultz .254 27-21 71 11 19 1 0 2 9 25 .352 8 3 26 2 .354 0 3 2-4 Brance Rivera .250 36-6 32 9 8 0 0 0 6 8 .250 4 0 7 0 .333 0 4 2-4 Zac Jordan .250 9-1 16 3 4 3 0 0 2 7 .438 1 1 5 0 .333 0 0 0-0 Hunt Woodruff .217 24-8 46 5 10 1 1 2 6 19 4.13 1 4 15 0 .294 0 1 0-0 Brett Medlin .200 15-3 20 3 4 1 1 0 2 7 .350 2 0 5 1 .261 1 0 0-1 Relly Mercurio .000 3-0 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 1 0 .143 0 0 0-0 Davy Wright .000 1-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 Greg Holle .000 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 Eric Givens .000 2-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 Totals .308 58-58 2015 418 621 134 21 67 375 998 .495 228 54 386 38 .387 34 46 59-87 Opponents .265 58-58 1939 280 513 93 19 34 260 746 .385 186 56 404 47 .344 15 49 32-70 LOB — Team (450), Opp. (412). DPs Turned — Team (52), Opp. (44). CI — Team (0), Opp. (1). IBB — Team (10), Vern (3), Ellington (3), Carpenter (2), Curry (2), Opp. (9). Picked off — Ellington (3), Rivera (2), Woodruff (1), Vern (1), Carpenter (1), Holaday (1).

Pitching Statistics

Player ERA W-L App. GS CG SO/CB SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK SF SH Paul Gerrish 3.84 7-2 17 9 0 0/0 1 61.0 61 29 26 16 59 10 1 4 234 .261 1 4 0 1 3 Kyle Winkler 4.15 7-1 17 14 1 0/0 0 73.2 70 43 34 35 48 16 3 5 267 .262 4 7 1 3 12 Tyler Lockwood 4.71 4-2 17 9 0 0/1 0 70.2 75 45 37 18 44 13 5 6 267 .281 1 11 0 2 6 -------------------------------------Eric Marshall 1.48 2-2 24 0 0 0/1 9 30.1 22 7 5 5 20 3 0 1 107 .206 1 5 0 0 1 Taylor Cragin 2.50 5-0 17 0 0 0/1 0 57.2 41 18 16 17 37 8 1 4 200 .205 1 1 1 2 6 Trent Appleby 3.61 4-1 24 0 0 0/1 1 57.1 57 26 23 20 47 6 1 3 211 .270 2 9 4 0 8 Greg Holle 3.89 5-2 12 9 0 0/1 0 41.2 43 19 18 15 26 12 2 2 160 .269 2 3 1 1 4 Erik Miller 4.50 0-2 22 0 0 0/1 3 26.0 29 16 13 8 25 5 1 2 101 .287 0 3 0 0 0 Kaleb Merck 5.94 0-0 17 0 0 0/1 1 16.2 24 11 11 10 22 5 1 0 75 .320 1 1 0 0 0 Steven Maxwell 6.10 3-2 12 10 0 0/1 0 38.1 49 31 26 10 27 6 3 5 148 .331 2 3 0 3 8 Derek VerHagen 6.48 0-0 7 0 0 0/1 0 8.1 12 6 6 4 9 3 0 1 36 .333 1 0 0 1 0 Sean Hoelscher 7.03 2-2 9 6 0 0/1 0 24.1 23 19 19 20 22 5 1 1 92 .250 7 5 1 2 0 Walker Kelly 7.71 1-2 11 1 0 0/2 0 11.2 7 10 10 8 18 1 0 0 41 .171 1 4 0 0 1 Totals 4.24 40-18 58 58 1 3/3 15 517.2 513 280 244 186 404 93 19 34 1939 .265 24 56 8 15 49 Opponent 6.33 18-40 58 58 2 1/1 9 503.1 621 418 354 228 386 134 21 67 2015 .308 55 54 14 34 46 PB — Team (11), Holaday 10, Pharr 1, Opp. (12). Pickoffs — Team (14), Holaday 3, Winkler 3, Gerrish 2, Lockwood 2, Appleby 2, Maxwell 1, Holle 1, Opp. (9). SBA/ATT — Holaday (29-61), Lockwood (5-11), Winkler (7-11), Gerrish (1-10), Appleby (6-9), Maxwell (3-8), Cragin (2-7), Miller (2-5), Pharr (3-4), Hoelscher (1-3), Marshall (2-3), Merck (2-2), Holle (1-1).

Fielding Statistics Player C Aaron Schultz 53 Brance Rivera 17 Greg Holle 14 Brett Medlin 13 Erik Miller 9 Hunt Woodruff 6 Zac Jordan 6 Kaleb Merck 4 Eric Givens 1 Bryan Holaday 419 Matt Vern 516 Matt Curry 79 Jason Coats 75 Corey Steglich 195 Jimmie Pharr 58 Chris Ellington 102 Kyle Winkler 31

PO A E FLD% 52 1 0 1.000 17 0 0 1.000 5 9 0 1.000 12 1 0 1.000 6 3 0 1.000 4 2 0 1.000 6 0 0 1.000 3 1 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 360 55 4 .990 456 55 5 .990 68 10 1 .987 72 2 1 .987 115 77 3 .985 48 9 1 .983 93 6 3 .971 10 20 1 .968

DPs SBA CS SBA% 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 0 2 3 .400 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 2 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 1 29 32 .475 45 0 0 .000 4 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 18 0 0 .000 0 3 1 .750 2 0 0 .000 1 7 4 .636

Player C PO A E FLD% Ben Carruthers 162 56 99 7 .957 Matt Carpenter 162 36 119 7 .957 Trent Appleby 21 2 18 1 .952 Taylor Cragin 16 5 10 1 .938 Tyler Lockwood 34 10 21 3 .912 Taylor Featherston 297 92 178 27 .909 Eric Marshall 10 4 5 1 .900 Relly Mercurio 9 8 0 1 .889 Paul Gerrish 16 4 10 2 .875 Steven Maxwell 10 3 5 2 .800 Sean Hoelscher 9 5 2 2 .778 Derek VerHagen 0 0 0 0 .000 Walker Kelly 0 0 0 0 .000 Davy Wright 0 0 0 0 .000 Totals 2344 1553 718 73 .969 Opponents 2186 1510 603 73 .967

DPs SBA CS SBA% 22 0 0 .000 7 0 0 .000 0 6 3 .667 0 2 5 .286 1 5 6 .455 42 0 0 .000 2 2 1 .667 0 0 0 .000 0 1 9 .100 0 3 5 .375 0 1 2 .333 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 52 32 38 .457 44 59 28 .678

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TCU Horned Frogs 2009 TEAM SUPERLATIVES

2009 tCU GAME HIGHS

TEAM

BATTING: At Bats....................................... 53 @ Ole Miss (2/28) Runs (Game) .......................... 19 @ Ole Miss (2/28) 19 vs. New Mexico (4/5) Runs (Inning)...................... 9 vs. New Mexico (4/5) 9 @ UNLV (5/15) Hits (Game)............................. 25 @ Ole Miss (2/28) Hits (Inning)...............................................7 (4 games) RBI........................................18 vs. New Mexico (4/5) Doubles...................... 9 @ UT Pan American (4/11) Triples.................................... 2 vs. New Mexico (4/5) 2 vs. BYU (5/1) 2 vs. Utah (5/9) Home Runs........................... 5 vs. New Mexico (4/5) 5 vs. Utah (5/9) Total Bases..........................43 vs. New Mexico (4/5) Walks...................................10 vs. Wright State (5/29) Strikeouts.....................19 @ San Diego State (4/13) Sac Bunts................................3 vs. Texas Tech (4/13) Sac Flies........................................................2 (7 games) Stolen Bases.........................4 @ UT Arlington (3/3) 4 vs. Texas Tech (4/13) 4 vs. Texas A&M-CC (4/22) Hit By Pitch......................... 4 vs. Wright State (5/29) Caught Stealing................................4 @ Utah (3/21) Runners LOB...................14 vs. Wright State (5/29) Hit into DP...................................................3 (4 games) Fielding: Putouts............................................... 30 vs. BYU (5/1) Assists..................................20 vs. Wichita State (5/8) 20 vs. UT Arlington (4/1) Errors............................................... 5 @ UNLV (5/15) Passed Balls.............. 2 @ Cal State Fullerton (2/21) 2 vs. New Mexico (4/5) DPs Turned..................................................3 (4 games) Pitching: Innings Pitched............................10.0 vs. BYU (5/1) Runs Allowed..............................15 vs. Baylor (3/26) 15 vs. Utah (5/9) ER Allowed...................................15 @ Baylor (3/26) 15 vs. Utah (5/9) Hits Allowed.................................17 @ Baylor (3/26) 17 vs. San Diego State (3/27) Fewest Hits Allowed..........0 vs. UT Pan Am (4/19) Strikeouts............... 12 @ Cal State Fullerton (2/21) Fewest Strikeouts................ 1 vs. New Mexico (4/3) Walks..............................................................7 (4 games) Fewest Walks...............................................0 (4 games) Wild Pitches.................................................2 (4 games) Hit Batters................ 6 @ Cal State Fullerton (2/20)

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BATTING: At Bats...........7, Matt Carpenter @ Ole Miss (2/28) Runs...............4, Matt Carpenter @ Ole Miss (2/28) 4, Taylor Featherston vs. New Mexico (4/5) 4, Matt Carpenter @ UT Pan American (4/9) Hits.................5, Matt Carpenter @ Ole Miss (2/28) 5, Taylor Featherston vs. Oklahoma (5/17) RBIs...........5, Matt Carpenter vs. New Mexico (4/5) Doubles...................................................... 2 (16 games) Triples......................................................... 1 (21 games) Home Runs.. 2, Chris Ellington @ Ole Miss (2/28) 2, Matt Carpenter @ UT Pan American (4/9) 2, Taylor Featherston vs. Utah (5/9) Total Bases...................................................9 (4 games) Walks..............................................................3 (9 games) Strikeouts.4, Aaron Schultz @ San Diego St.(4/24) Sac Hits........ 2, Brance Rivera vs. Texas Tech (4/13) Sac Flies..................................................... 1 (34 games) Stolen Bases...........2, Matt Vern @ Ole Miss (2/28) 2, Matt Vern vs. BYU (5/21) 2, Matt Carpenter vs. Wright State(5/29) Hit By Pitch.2, Chris Ellington vs. Wright St. (5/29) Caught Stealing..2, B. Carruthers @ CS Fullerton (2/21) 2, Matt Vern @ Utah (3/21) Runners LOB.6, T. Featherston vs. Wright St. (5/29) Fielding: Putouts........... 17, Matt Vern vs. UT Pan Am (5/21) Assists.....9, Ben Carruthers vs. UT Arlington (4/1) Errors.. 3, T. Featherston vs. San Diego State (3/27) 3, Taylor Featherston @ UNLV (4/15) Passed Balls..2, B. Holaday @ CS Fullerton (2/21) 2, Bryan Holaday vs. New Mexico (4/5) PITCHING: Innings Pitched...9.0 Kyle Winkler vs. BYU (5/21) Runs Allowed....... 7, Kaleb Merck @ Baylor (3/26) 7, Tyler Lockwood vs. San Diego State (3/27) 7, Steven Maxwell vs. Utah (5/9) ER Allowed........... 7, Kaleb Merck @ Baylor (3/26) 7, Steven Maxwell vs. Utah (5/9) Walks..7, Sean Hoelscher @ San Diego State (4/24) Strikeouts... 10, Kyle Winkler vs. Minnesota (3/16) Hits Allowed ........11, Kyle Winkler vs. BYU (5/21) Wild Pitches.......... 2, Kyle Winkler @ SDSU (4/25) 2, Sean Hoelscher vs. BYU (4/30) Hit Batters.3, Kyle Winkler @ CS Fullerton (2/22) MISCELLANEOUS: Longest 9- Inning Game:.4:07 @ Ole Miss (2/28) Shortest 9-Inning Game:.......... 2:13 vs. UTA (4/1) Longest Game (overall) .. 4:07 @ Ole Miss (2/28) Most Pitchers Used........................... 7 vs. Utah (5/9)

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TCU RECORD...

All MWC All Opponents................................40-18 15-5 at Home...........................................22-9 8-3 on the Road....................................18-9 7-2 at Neutral Sites............................... 0-0 0-0 Ranked Teams................................12-10 5-1 Left-handers...................................... 9-1 3-0 Right-handers.................................31-17 12-5 Day Games........................................19-6 9-2 Night Games....................................21-12 6-3 TCU has 10+ hits............................22-8 9-2 TCU has 15+ hits............................. 8-1 2-1 Out-hit opponents..........................33-4 11-1 Out-hit by opponents....................4-12 2-4 Equal number of hits...................... 3-2 2-0 Opponent has < 10 hits.................29-9 8-2 Opponent has > 10 hits.................11-9 7-3 Horned Frog hits HR.....................30-8 14-4 Horned Frog doesn’t hit HR.......10-10 1-1 TCU scores 0-5 runs......................9-13 3-3 TCU scores 6-9 runs .....................17-4 7-1 TCU scores 10+ runs.....................14-1 5-1 Opponent scores 0-5 runs............33-5 12-2 Opponent scores 6-9 runs............. 5-9 2-1 Opponent has 10+ runs................. 2-3 1-2 TCU starters pitch 5+ innings....24-6 8-3 TCU starters pitch > 5 innings..16-12 7-2 TCU staff posts 10+ Ks.................. 8-3 2-2 TCU commits no errors................18-3 7-0 TCU commits 1-2 errors.............17-16 5-2 TCU commits 3+ errors................. 6-4 3-3 One-run games................................. 8-7 4-3 Two-run games................................. 4-4 2-0 Five+ run games..............................18-5 5-1 Extra innings..................................... 1-2 1-1 Scored first........................................25-4 9-1 Opponent scored first..................15-14 6-4 Score in first inning........................19-5 6-2 Opponent scores in first inning.13-10 6-3 Leading after six..............................31-5 10-2 Trailing after six...............................4-12 3-3 Tied after six...................................... 5-1 2-0 Leading after seven.........................34-4 12-1 Trailing after seven.........................3-14 2-4 Tied after seven................................ 3-0 1-0 Leading after eight..........................36-2 13-1 Trailing after eight..........................1-15 1-4 Tied after eight................................. 3-1 1-0 On Monday........................................ 3-1 0-0 On Tuesday........................................ 5-4 0-0 On Wednesday.................................. 3-2 0-0 On Thursday...................................... 4-1 2-0 On Friday........................................... 8-4 5-2 On Saturday......................................10-3 5-1 On Sunday.......................................... 7-3 3-2 In February........................................ 5-1 0-0 In March............................................10-8 3-3 In April...............................................13-4 6-1 In May.................................................11-3 6-1 In June................................................. 1-2 0-0


2010 Baseball 2009 TCU SUPERLATIVES BATTING:

Avg. AB R H Overall .308 2015 418 621 MWC .302 711 155 215 Home .306 1037 212 317 Away .311 978 206 304 Starters .310 1917 388 594 Reserves .276 98 30 27 February .369 225 58 83 March .290 613 115 178 April .312 589 123 184 May .314 494 113 155 June .223 94 9 21

2B 3B HR RBI 134 21 67 375 40 10 34 141 58 13 30 190 76 8 37 185 127 18 64 357 7 3 3 18 15 2 10 49 42 6 18 102 44 6 16 113 32 6 18 102 1 1 5 9

TB Slg% BB HBP SO SF SH SB-A Fld% 998 .495 228 54 386 34 46 59-87 .969 377 .530 67 16 140 9 15 13-21 .960 491 .473 131 26 186 17 31 38-52 .971 507 .518 97 28 200 17 15 21-35 .966 949 .495 220 51 360 30 44 58-84 .969 49 .500 8 3 26 4 2 1-3 .964 132 .587 27 7 42 5 5 6-9 .955 286 .467 58 14 132 13 16 22-32 .958 288 .489 72 17 116 9 16 13-21 .981 253 .512 68 15 78 7 9 18-23 .972 39 .415 3 1 18 0 0 0-2 .982

Pitching:

W-L-SV G ERA IP H R ER BB SO HRA B/Avg. Overall 40-18-15 58 4.24 517.2 513 280 244 186 404 34 .265 MWC 15-5-7 20 4.48 180.2 199 107 90 73 142 15 .285 Home 22-9-7 31 3.89 280.0 273 136 121 87 212 11 .263 Away 18-9-8 27 4.66 237.2 240 144 123 99 192 23 .311 Starters 25-11-0 58 5.00 263.0 280 168 146 105 190 21 .264 Relievers 15-7-15 58 3.46 254.2 233 112 98 81 214 13 .275 February 5-1-1 6 4.22 53.1 51 34 25 16 45 6 .256 March 10-8-3 18 4.34 161.2 173 96 78 56 131 10 .278 April 13-4-6 17 3.64 150.2 123 62 61 59 113 5 .229 May 11-3-4 14 4.54 127.0 141 71 64 48 100 10 .288 June 1-2-1 3 5.76 25.0 25 17 16 7 15 3 .275

horned frog home runs

On Pitch No. Player Gm Date Opp. Base Inn Outs Count 1 Coats 1 2/20 CSF 0... 4 2 2-0 2. Featherston 1 2/20 CSF 0... 5 1 1-2 3. Curry 2 2/21 CSF 0... 9 2 3-1 4. Curry 3 2/22 CSF .1.. 4 1 1-0 5. Vern 4 2/24 DBU .1.. 2 2 1-0 6. Coats 4 2/24 DBU .1.. 3 2 1-2 7. Ellington 6 2/28 Miss .1.. 3 1 2-2 8. Ellington 6 2/28 Miss 0... 6 1 0-0 9. Coats 6 2/28 Miss ...3 7 1 2-1 10. Carpenter 6 2/28 Miss 0... 9 2 2-1 11. Vern 9 3/6 WSU ..2. 8 1 3-1 12. Vern 10 3/7 WSU .1.. 2 2 3-2 13. Carruthers 10 3/7 WSU 0... 3 1 1-0 14. Vern 11 3/8 WSU ..2. 1 2 1-2 15. Ellington 11 3/8 WSU 0... 5 2 0-1 16. Curry 12 3/10 TSU *0... 6 0 2-2 17. Coats 12 3/10 TSU 0... 6 0 0-2 18. Featherston 12 3/10 TSU 0... 6 0 1-2 19. Vern 15 3/16 Minn *0... 3 0 2-2 20. Carpenter 16 3/17 OU 0... 5 1 2-2 21. Woodruff 17 3/20 Utah .1.. 9 2 0-1 22. Holaday 18 3/21 Utah .1.. 4 2 0-0 23. Vern 19 3/22 Utah 0... 8 1 2-1 24. Holaday 19 3/22 Utah 0... 8 1 0-0 25. Ellington 20 3/24 SFA ..2. 8 1 0-1 26. Carruthers 22 3/27 SDSU *0... 1 0 0-2 27. Vern 22 3/27 SDSU .1.. 9 2 1-0 28. Holady 23 3/28 SDSU .1.. 5 2 0-0 29. Vern 26 4/3 NMU 0... 4 2 2-2 30. Vern 27 4/4 NMU 0... 3 1 1-1 31. Coats 28 4/5 NMU .1.. 1 2 1-0 32. Pharr 28 4/5 NMU ...3 5 1 0-0 33. Carpenter 28 4/5 NMU ...3 5 1 1-2 34. Ellington 28 4/5 NMU .1.. 7 1 0-0 35. Holaday 28 4/5 NMU .1... 7 1 2-1

On Pitch No. Player Gm Date Opp. Base Inn Outs Count 36. Carpenter 30 4/9 UTPA 0... 5 2 1-1 37. Carpenter 30 4/9 UTPA 0... 8 1 1-1 38. Woodruff 32 4/11 UTPA ..2. 9 1 1-0 39. Coats 34 4/14 OU .1.. 2 1 2-1 40. Holaday 37 4/24 SDSU ..2. 7 1 3-1 41. Carpenter 38 4/25 SDSU .1.. 3 0 2-0 42. Holaday 39 4/26 SDSU .1.. 4 0 1-1 43. Carpenter 41 4/30 BYU *0... 5 0 0-1 44. Vern 41 4/30 BYU 0... 5 1 3-2 45. Holaday 42 5/1 BYU .1.. 10 2 0-1 46. Vern 43 5/8 Utah 0... 4 1 3-2 47. Featherston 44 5/9 Utah .1.. 1 0 1-1 48. Carpenter 44 5/9 Utah 0... 3 2 1-0 49. Vern 44 5/9 Utah *0... 4 0 2-2 50. Featherston 44 5/9 Utah 0... 6 1 0-0 51. Holaday 44 5/9 Utah *0... 7 0 1-0 52. Holaday 46 5/11 DBU 0... 6 2 2-1 53. Carpenter 47 5/14 UNLV 0... 5 1 2-2 54. Holaday 47 5/14 UNLV .1.. 7 2 2-0 55. Vern 47 5/14 UNLV *0... 9 0 1-1 56. Steglich 48 5/15 UNLV .1.. 3 1 2-1 57. Schultz 48 5/15 UNLV ..2. 3 2 0-1 58. Vern 48 5/15 UNLV .1.. 7 2 0-0 59. Steglich 49 5/16 UNLV .1.. 3 2 2-1 60. Schultz 49 5/16 UNLV 0... 5 1 1-1 61. Vern 51 5/21 BYU .1.. 8 2 1-0 62. Ellington 54 5/30 OSU .1.. 2 1 1-0 63. Featherston 56 6/6 UT 0... 1 1 0-1 64. Carpenter 56 6/6 UT *0... 4 0 0-2 65. Vern 56 6/6 UT .1.. 6 2 1-1 66. Vern 57 6/7 UT .1.. 4 1 1-2 67. Carpenter 57 6/7 UT 0... 6 2 1-0 *- Indicates leadoff home run

multiple-hit games

Player Taylor Featherston Matt Vern Chris Ellington Jason Coats Matt Carpenter Bryan Holaday Corey Steglich Matt Curry Ben Carruthers Aaron Schultz Jimmie Pharr Brance Rivera Team

2 3 13 7 14 6 9 10 15 4 13 4 14 2 11 5 8 2 9 2 4 1 1 1 1 — 112 44

4 1 1 1 — — — — 1 — — 1 — 5

5+ Total Career 1 22 22 — 21 64 — 20 37 — 19 19 1 18 74 — 16 33 — 16 41 — 11 11 — 11 63 — 5 6 — 3 6 — 1 1 2 163

multiple-RBI games

Player Matt Vern Chris Ellington Bryan Holaday Matt Carpenter Matt Curry Jason Coats Corey Steglich Taylor Featherston Ben Carruthers Hunt Woodruff Brance Rivera Aaron Schultz Jimmie Pharr Team

2 8 10 10 9 4 7 4 3 3 1 2 1 — 62

3 9 5 3 3 4 — 2 2 1 1 — 1 — 31

4 — 1 — — 1 1 1 — — — — — 1 5

5+ Total Career — 17 37 — 16 31 — 13 24 1 13 46 — 9 9 — 8 8 — 7 23 — 5 5 — 4 19 — 2 12 — 2 2 — 2 3 — 1 4 1 99

PINCH-HITTING

Player AVG. AB-H-RBI 2B-3B-HR BB-SO Matt Curry 1.000 2-2-0 0-1-0 2-0 Bryan Holaday 1.000 1-1-1 0-0-1 0-0 Hunt Woodruff .267 15-4-1 1-1-0 0-5 Brance Rivera .250 4-1-0 0-0-0 0-2 Zac Jordan .200 5-1-0 1-0-0 0-2 Brett Medlin .000 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0 Relly Mercurio .000 1-0-0 0-0-0 1-0 Jimmie Pharr .000 9-0-1 0-0-0 0-3 Aaron Schultz .000 2-0-0 0-0-0 1-2 Davy Wright .000 1-0-0 0-0-0 0-0 Totals .220 41-9-3 2-2-1 4-14

HOME RUN FACTS

At Home.............................31 On the road.......................36 Neutral................................. 0 vs. RHP..............................48 vs. LHP..............................19 vs. MWC............................34 vs. Non-conf.....................33

Solo HR..............................33 Two-run HR.....................25 Three-run HR..................... 6 Grand Slam......................... 3 By Freshmen.....................13 By Sophomores................. 1 By Juniors..........................13 By Seniors.........................40

With 0 outs........................13 With 1 out..........................29 With 2 outs........................25

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starters by position

PITCHER: Winkler (l4), Maxwell (10), Lockwood (9), Gerrish (9), Holle (9), Hoelscher (6), Kelly (1) CATCHER: Holaday (54), Pharr (4) FIRST BASE: Vern (49), Curry (9) SECOND BASE: Steglich (26), Carruthers (22), Featherston (10) THIRD BASE: Carpenter (58) SHORTSTOP: Featherston (48), Carruthers (10) LEFT FIELD: Coats (54), Vern (2), Jordan (1), Medlin (1) CENTER FIELD: Steglich (29), Schultz (21), Rivera (5), Medlin (2), Carruthers (1) RIGHT FIELD: Ellington (57), Vern (1) DESIGNATED HITTER: Curry (38), Woodruff (8), Pharr (7), Vern (4), Rivera (1)

starters by BATTING ORDER

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

Steglich (31), Carruthers (27) Featherston (36), Carpenter (22) Carpenter (36), Ellington (19), Featherston (2), Coats (1) Ellington (27), Curry (20), Vern (11) Vern (24), Coats (15), Holaday (9), Ellington (5), Featherston (4), Curry (1) Holaday (24), Featherston (14), Vern (8), Ellington (6), Curry (4), Jordan (1), Woodruff (1) Coats (29), Vern (11), Holaday (10), Curry (5), Woodruff (3) Curry (17), Holaday (11), Pharr (10), Coats (9), Woodruff (4), Steglich (2), Vern (2), Featherston (2), Carruthers (1) Steglich (22), Schultz (21), Rivera (6), Carruthers (5), Medlin (3), Pharr (1)

Inn. TCU Opp.

SCORE BY INNING

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ex. Tot. 49 23 52 49 54 48 57 47 36 3 418 57 26 18 34 28 48 26 23 17 3 280

STARTING PITCHING

Kyle Winkler (14).................................................................... 10-4 Steven Maxwell (10)..................................................................6-4 Paul Gerrish (9)..........................................................................7-2 Greg Holle (9).............................................................................7-2 Tyler Lockwood (9)...................................................................5-4 Sean Hoelscher (6)....................................................................4-2 Walker Kelly (1)..........................................................................1-0

FIELDING BY POSITION:

PITCHERS PLAYER C Greg Holle 14 Erik Miller 9 Kaleb Merck 4 Kyle Winkler 31 Trent Appleby 21 Taylor Cragin 16 Tyler Lockwood 34 Eric Marshall 10 Paul Gerrish 16 Steven Maxwell 10 Sean Hoelscher 9 Walker Kelly 0 Derek VerHagen 0

PO A E FLD% 5 9 0 1.000 6 3 0 1.000 3 1 0 1.000 10 20 1 .968 2 18 1 .952 5 10 1 .938 10 21 3 .938 4 5 1 .900 4 10 2 .875 3 5 2 .800 5 2 2 .778 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 0 1 0 1.000 0 2 3 .400 0 2 0 1.000 0 2 0 1.000 0 6 3 .667 0 2 5 .286 0 2 5 .286 2 2 1 .667 0 1 9 .100 0 3 5 .375 0 1 2 .333 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000

PB CI 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

CATCHERS PLAYER C Hunt Woodruff 2 Bryan Holaday 419 Jimmie Pharr 58

PO A E FLD% 1 1 0 1.000 360 55 4 .990 48 9 1 .983

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 0 0 0 .000 1 29 32 .475 0 3 1 .750

PB CI 0 0 10 0 1 0

FIRST BASE PLAYER C Hunt Woodruff 4 Matt Vern 508 Matt Curry 79 Relly Mercurio 9

PO A E FLD% 3 1 0 1.000 449 55 4 .992 68 10 1 .987 8 0 1 .889

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 0 0 0 ­­— 45 0 0 — 4 0 0 — 0 0 0 —

PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

SECOND BASE PLAYER C Taylor Featherston 52 Aaron Schultz 1 Corey Steglich 135 Ben Carruthers 95

PO A E FLD% 16 36 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 57 77 1 .993 37 56 2 .979

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 9 0 0 — 0 0 0 — 18 0 0 — 13 0 0 —

PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

THIRD BASE PLAYER C Corey Steglich 1 Matt Carpenter 162

PO A E FLD% 1 0 0 1.000 36 119 7 .957

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 0 0 0 — 7 0 0 —

PB CI 0 0 0 0

SHORTSTOP PLAYER C Ben Carruthers 67 Taylor Featherston 245

PO A E FLD% 19 43 5 .925 76 142 27 .890

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 9 0 0 — 33 0 0 —

PB CI 0 0 0 0

OUTFIELD PLAYER C Aaron Schultz 52 Brance Rivera 17 Brett Medlin 13 Zac Jordan 6 Eric Givens 1 Jason Coats 75 Chris Ellington 102 Corey Steglich 59 Matt Vern 8 Hunt Woodruff 0 Ben Carruthers 0 Greg Holle 0

PO A E FLD% 51 1 0 1.000 17 0 0 1.000 12 1 0 1.000 6 0 0 1.000 1 0 0 1.000 72 2 1 .987 93 6 3 .971 57 0 2 .966 7 0 1 .875 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 .000

DPs SBA CSB SBA% 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 —

PB CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

inherited runners

Trent Appleby......................................................... 11/29 (38%) Taylor Cragin.......................................................... 12/21 (57%) Paul Gerrish................................................................1/3 (.33%) Tyler Lockwood........................................................3/11 (27%) Eric Marshall..............................................................6/30 (20%) Kaleb Merck.................................................................6/8 (75%) Erik Miller..................................................................4/11 (36%) Derek VerHagen..........................................................3/9 (33%) Totals......................................................... 46/122 (38%)

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Bryan Holaday threw out 53% of runners trying to steal in 2009.

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Chris Ellington led the team with six outfield assists in 2009.

Corey Steglich committed just one error in 135 chances at second.


2010 Baseball 2009 HONORS AND TOURNAMENTS

2009 MOUNTAIN WEST HONORS Player of the Year Mike Brownstein, New Mexico Pitcher of the Year Stephen Strasburg, San Diego State Freshmen of the Year C.J. Cron, Utah Coach of the Year Jim Schlossnagle, TCU 2009 All-Conference Teams First Team C Rafael Neda, New Mexico 1B Matt Vern, TCU 1B Kevin Atkins, New Mexico 2B Mike Brownstein, New Mexico SS Anthony Morel, UNLV 3B Steve Parker, BYU OF Brian Cavazos-Galvez, New Mexico OF Cory Vaughn, San Diego State OF J.J. Sferra, UNLV DH Kent Walton, BYU P Trent Appleby, TCU P John Hesketh, New Mexico P Stephen Strasburg, San Diego State RP Addison Reed, San Diego State Second Team C Bryan Holaday, TCU 1B Brandon Meredith, San Diego State 2B Corey Shimada, Utah SS Taylor Featherston, TCU 3B Matt Carpenter, TCU OF Stetson Banks, BYU OF Max Willett, New Mexico OF Chris Ellington, TCU P Blake Torgerson, BYU P Tyler Lavigne, San Diego State P Jordan Whatcott, Utah P Brian Budrow, Utah RP Jordan Muir, BYU RP Taylor Cragin, TCU Player & Pitcher of the Week Week Player Feb. 23 Matt Curry, TCU March 2 Rick Cornu, Utah March 9 Drew Beurlein, UNLV March 16 Mike Brownstein, UNM March 23 Kevin Atkinson, UNM March 30 Corey Shimada, Utah April 6 Matt Alexander, AFA April 13 Max Willett, UNM April 20 Steve Parker, BYU April 27 Bryan Holaday, TCU May 4 Ryan Thorton, UNLV May 11 Michael Bowen, BYU May 18 Brian Cavazos-Galvez, UNM

Matt Vern earned first-team all-conference honors after hitting 17 home runs.

2009 FORT WORTH REGIONAL

Taylor Cragin went 5-0 in 17 appearances in 2009 with a 2.50 ERA.

Chris Ellington earned second-team honors for the second time in his career.

Pitcher Tyler Lavigne, SDSU Stephan Strasburg, SDSU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Jon Berger, SDSU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Paul Gerrish, TCU Blake Torgerson, BYU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Tanner Peters, UNLV Eric Marshall, TCU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Stephen Strasburg, SDSU Rudy Jaramillo, UNM

2009 NCAA FORT WORTH REGIONAL May 29-31• LUPTON STADIUM • FORT WORTH, TEXAS FRIDAY, MAY 29 All-Region Team C - Ryan Ortiz, Oregon State No. 3 Oregon State 9 1B - Matt Vern, TCU No. 2 Texas A&M 8 2B – John Tommasini, Oregon State No. 4 Wright State 3 SS – Taylor Featherston, TCU No. 1 TCU 6 3B - Caleb Shofner, Texas A&M OF - Chris Ellington, TCU OF - Jason Coats, TCU SATURDAY, MAY 30 (Tournament MVP) No. 2 Texas A&M 6 OF – Koa Kahalehoe, Oregon State No. 4 Wright State 4 OF - Casey McGrew, Wright State (Wright State Eliminated) DH - Joe Patterson, Texas A&M No. 1 TCU 13 P – Kyle Winkler, TCU P - Jorge Reyes - Oregon State No. 3 Oregon State 1 SUNDAY, May 31 No. 2 Texas A&M 5 No. 3 Oregon State 13 (Texas A&M Eliminated) No. 3 Oregon State 4 No. 1 TCU 5 (TCU Advances To NCAA Super Regionals)

Bryan Holaday scores the regional-clinching run.

Jason Coats salutes the crowd after earning MVP honors.

2009 AUSTIN SUPER REGIONAL

2009 NCAA AUSTIN SUPER REGIONAL JUNE 4-6 • UFCU DISCH-FALK FIELD • AUSTIN, TEXAS SATURDAY, JUNE 4 #14 TCU Horned Frogs 4 #4 Texas Longhorns 10 SUNDAY, JUNE 5 #4 Texas Longhorns #14 TCU Horned Frogs

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MONDAY, JUNE 6 #14 TCU Horned Frogs 2 #4 Texas Longhorns 5 (Texas Advances To The College World Series) TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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2009 FINAL MWC STANDINGS

MWC Pct. GB H A Overall Pct. H A N TCU*

15-5 .750 — 8-3 7-2 40-18 .690 22-9 18-9 0-0

New Mexico 15-8 .652 1.5 8-4 7-4

37-20 .649 24-7 13-11 0-2

BYU

14-8 .636 2.0 8-3 6-5

30-24 .556 15-4 12-18 3-2

San Diego St. 15-9 .625 2.0 8-4 7-5

41-23 .641 19-12 16-7 6-4

UNLV

9-15 .375 8.0 3-6 6-9

26-32 .448 21-10 5-20 0-2

Utah!

8-16 .333 9.0 2-10 6-6

28-31 .475 7-13 14-17 7-1

Air Force

3-18 .143 12.5 1-8 2-10 14-37 .275 5-10 8-25 1-2

* Indicates the regular season champions. ! Indicates the MWC postseason tournament champions.

2009 fINAL MWC STATISTICS Hitting Statistics

Player Avg. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT Matt Vern .382 19-19 68 22 26 3 0 9 23 56 .824 13 2 13 0 .482 2 1 3-6 Matt Carpenter .355 20-20 76 19 27 8 4 5 21 58 .763 15 1 10 1 .467 0 1 1-1 Jason Coats .333 19-18 63 14 21 6 2 1 8 34 .540 7 1 12 0 .408 0 1 1-1 Matt Curry .326 15-12 43 9 14 3 1 0 6 19 .442 6 0 13 1 .408 0 0 0-0 Corey Steglich .325 20-20 77 16 25 3 0 2 16 34 .442 8 0 14 0 .384 1 5 2-3 Bryan Holaday .316 20-19 76 19 24 1 0 9 23 52 .684 5 1 11 0 .357 2 1 0-0 Taylor Featherston .267 20-20 86 19 23 4 0 2 11 33 .384 6 3 16 2 .333 1 1 3-4 Chris Ellington .261 20-20 88 12 23 7 2 1 12 37 .420 1 0 13 3 .264 2 0 1-1 Ben Carruthers .205 15-10 39 9 8 1 0 1 4 12 .308 1 3 7 0 .273 1 0 1-2 ----------------------------Brett Medlin .429 5-1 7 2 3 1 1 0 1 6 .857 0 0 1 0 .429 0 0 0-0 Jimmie Pharr .348 10-5 23 3 8 2 0 1 5 13 .565 2 0 6 0 .400 0 1 0-0 Aaron Schultz .263 11-10 38 7 10 1 0 2 9 17 .447 2 2 14 2 .333 0 3 1-2 Hunt Woodruff .143 9-5 21 1 3 0 0 1 2 6 .286 0 3 7 0 .250 0 1 0-0 Brance Rivera .000 9-1 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 3 0 .143 0 0 0-1 Greg Holle .000 1-0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0-0 Totals .302 20-20 711 155 215 40 10 34 141 377 .530 67 16 140 9 .371 9 15 13-21 Opponents .285 20-20 699 107 199 32 9 15 99 294 .421 73 14 142 21 .361 6 18 10-18 LOB — Team (140), Opp. (161). DPs Turned — Team (22), Opp. (11). IBB — Team (2), Vern (2), Opp. (4). Picked off — Rivera (1).

Pitching Statistics

Player ERA W-L App. GS CG SO/CB SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK SF SH Trent Appleby 2.33 3-1 9 0 0 0/0 0 27.0 26 10 7 7 22 1 1 1 98 .265 1 4 2 0 3 Taylor Cragin 2.95 3-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 21.1 14 7 7 7 12 2 0 1 72 .194 1 1 1 1 1 Paul Gerrish 3.41 3-0 6 4 0 0/0 1 29.0 28 13 11 10 27 5 1 3 108 .259 1 1 0 0 3 Tyler Lockwood 3.86 2-1 7 3 0 0/0 0 28.0 35 17 12 6 16 7 2 4 113 .310 0 4 0 0 3 Kyle Winkler 6.00 3-0 6 6 0 0/0 0 27.0 28 19 18 14 19 9 2 0 102 .275 3 1 0 2 4 ----------------------------Walker Kelly 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 1.1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 5 .200 0 0 0 0 0 Eric Marshall 1.54 1-1 10 0 0 0/0 6 11.2 10 4 2 4 9 0 0 1 43 .233 0 1 0 0 1 Kaleb Merck 2.25 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 4.0 5 1 1 2 5 1 0 0 18 .278 0 0 0 0 0 Sean Hoelscher 6.75 0-1 3 3 0 0/0 0 6.2 5 5 5 11 5 0 0 0 24 .208 4 2 1 1 0 Greg Holle 9.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 5 2 2 1 3 1 1 0 11 .455 0 0 0 0 0 Steven Maxwell 9.53 0-0 4 4 0 0/0 0 11.1 20 14 12 5 7 2 1 2 50 .400 0 0 0 2 3 Erik Miller 9.82 0-1 6 0 0 0/0 0 7.1 14 10 8 5 11 3 1 2 35 .400 0 0 0 0 0 Derek VerHagen 11.25 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 4.0 8 5 5 1 2 1 0 1 20 .400 1 0 0 0 0 Totals 4.48 15-5 20 20 0 0/0 7 180.2 199 107 90 73 142 32 9 15 699 .285 11 14 4 6 18 Opponent 6.85 5-15 20 20 0 0/0 3 174.2 215 155 133 67 140 40 10 34 711 .302 20 16 3 9 15 PB — Team (3), Holaday (3), Opp. (4). Pickoffs — Team (5), Gerrish (2), Lockwood (1), Winkler (1), Holaday (1), Opp. (1). SBA/ATT — Holaday (9-17), Appleby (4-5), Lockwood (2-4), Marshall (2-2), Cragin (1-2), Gerrish (0-2), Winkler (0-1), Pharr (1-1), Hoelscher (0-1), Maxwell (1-1).

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2010 Baseball 2009 MWC OVERALL TEAM STATS Hitting Statistics School Avg. GP AB R H New Mexico .363 57 2120 528 770 UNLV .329 58 2083 432 686 BYU .311 54 1934 374 602 TCU .308 58 2015 418 621 Utah .303 59 2152 403 652 Air Force .291 51 1793 338 522 San Diego State .291 64 2192 389 637

FROGS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS Team Rankings: ERA 18 Fielding Percentage 59 Hits Allowed/Nine 75 Sacrifice Bunts 33 W/L Percentage 23 Double Plays 74 Doubles 31 Pitching Statistics Doubles/Game 44 School ERA W-L G CG SO/CB SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR AB B/Avg. WP HBP BK Walks Allowed/Nine 36

San Diego State TCU New Mexico BYU Utah UNLV Air Force

4.04 4.22 5.24 5.45 6.13 6.88 8.34

41-23 40-18 37-20 30-24 28-31 26-32 14-37

Fielding Statistics School C New Mexico 2210 San Diego State 2473 TCU 2343 Utah 2339 UNLV 2293 BYU 2146 Air Force 1903

64 58 57 54 59 58 51

4 1 1 4 0 1 3

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

2B 158 116 116 134 111 94 113

3B HR RBI 47 51 494 35 49 390 16 57 342 21 67 375 21 59 373 21 57 303 12 47 347

24 15 12 15 11 3 9

572.2 517.2 506.2 476.0 527.0 504.0 424.0

577 513 589 559 683 656 696

TB SLG% BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB-ATT 1175 .554 218 61 272 27 .432 28 61 74-91 1019 .489 185 63 376 44 .395 32 31 56-82 921 .476 219 44 440 28 .389 27 26 97-127 998 .495 228 54 386 38 .387 34 28 59-87 982 .456 217 47 446 38 .377 14 53 56-89 829 .462 177 41 344 33 .365 17 20 68-91 915 .417 260 62 463 49 .378 21 38 55-7

311 280 341 372 413 460 495

257 243 295 288 359 385 393

165 185 217 228 206 242 153

571 404 394 331 421 342 253

103 93 94 108 122 111 125

17 19 22 13 22 18 18

31 34 48 45 49 60 88

2192 2015 2120 1934 2152 2083 1793

.264 .265 .293 .295 .317 .318 .369

45 24 41 41 42 82 42

68 57 61 58 66 62 42

PO A E FLD% DPS SBA CSB SBA% PB CI 1520 636 54 .976 60 49 14 .778 12 2 1718 690 65 .974 47 55 26 .679 13 0 1553 717 73 .969 52 32 38 .457 11 0 1581 674 84 .964 52 52 25 .675 10 0 1512 690 91 .960 75 110 19 .853 26 1 1428 624 94 .956 55 51 24 .680 8 1 1272 546 85 .955 50 41 24 .631 10 1

2009 MWC STATISTICS LEADERS

2009 Hitting Leaders Batting Average 1. Rafael Neda, UNM...................................... .415 2. Mike Brownstein, UNM............................. .415 3. Ryan Honeycutt, UNM.............................. .406 4. Kevin Atkinson, UNM............................... .400 5. Brian Cavazos-Galvez, UNM.................... .392 6. Matt Alexander, AFA................................... .383 7. Erik Castro, SDSU....................................... .382 8. Kent Walton, BYU....................................... .377 9. Dan Hamilton, UNM.................................. .372 10. J.J. Sferra, UNLV........................................ .364 Slugging Percentage 1. Brian Cavazos-Galvez, UNM.................... .737 2. Matt Alexander, AFA................................... .710 3. Matt Vern, TCU.................................. .700 4. Matt Carpenter, TCU......................... .662 5. Rafael Neda, UNM...................................... .629 6. Erik Castro, SDSU....................................... .627 7. Dane Hamilton, UNM............................... .622 8. Mike Brownstein, UNM............................. .611 9. Steve Parker, BYU........................................ .595 10. Jesse Wight, UNLV................................... .594 On Base Percentage 1. Rafael Neda, UNM...................................... .504 2. Erik Castro, SDSU....................................... .490 3. Mike Brownstein, UNM............................. .486 4. Kasey Ko, BYU............................................. .481 5. Ryan Honeycutt, UNM.............................. .472 6. Matt Carpenter, TCU......................... .470 7. Steve Parker, BYU........................................ .465 8. Matt Vern, TCU.................................. .461 9. Nick Kuroczko, Utah................................... .454 10. Dane Hamilton, UNM............................. .453 DOUBLES 1t. Matt Carpenter, TCU............................23 1t. Mike Brownstein, UNM...............................23 2. Chris Ellington, TCU.............................21 4. Erik Castro, SDSU...........................................20 5t. Rafael Neda, UNM........................................19 5t. C.J. Cron, Utah................................................19 5t. Matt Alexander, AFA.....................................19 5t. Dane Hamilton, UNM..................................19 9t. Jason Coats, TCU..................................17 9t. Brandon Meredith, SDSU............................17

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Individual Rankings: Matt Carpenter: Doubles/Game 52 Doubles 23 Triples/Game 57 Triples 24 Base on Balls/Game 18 Base on Balls 15 Chris Ellington: Doubles 53 Eric Marshall: Saves 37 Matt Vern: Home Runs/Game 83 Home Runs 54 Slugging % 66

Runs Batted In 1. Matt Alexander, AFA.......................................65 2. Brian Cavazos-Galvez, UNM........................63 3. Kevin Atkinson, UNM...................................61 4. C.J. Cron, Utah.................................................57 5. Erik Castro, SDSU...........................................56 6. Matt Vern, TCU......................................54 7t. Ryan Honeycutt, UNM.................................53 7t. Michael Bowen, BYU....................................53 9. Chris Ellington, TCU.............................52 10. Cory Vaughn, SDSU.....................................51

Opposing Batting Average 1. Stephen Strasburg, SDSU.......................... .172 2. Tyler Lavigne, SDSU................................... .209 3. Marc Oslund, BYU...................................... .234 4. Paul Gerrish, TCU.............................. .261 5. John Hesketh, UNM................................... .262 6. Kyle Winkler, TCU............................. .262 7. Jordan Whatcott, Utah................................ .265 8. Jeremy Toole, BYU...................................... .272 9. Tanner Peters, UNLV.................................. .277 10. Tyler Lockwood, TCU..................... .281

Saves 1. Addison Reed, SDSU......................................20 2. Jordan Muir, BYU............................................11 3. Eric Marshall, TCU..................................9 4. Aaron Kurcz, AFA.............................................. 7 5. Clinton Cox, UNM........................................... 5 6. Cole White, UNM............................................. 4 7. Greg Krause, Utah............................................. 4 8t. Erik Miller, TCU.....................................3 8t. Robert Chimpky, Utah.................................... 3 10. 2 tied at.............................................................. 2

Home Runs 1. Matt Vern, TCU......................................17 2t. Brian Cavazos-Galzez, UNM.......................15 2t. Matt Alexander, AFA.....................................15 4t. Matt Carpenter, TCU............................11 4t. Erik Castro, SDSU..........................................11 4t. C.J. Cron, Utah................................................11 7. 5 tied at...............................................................10

Innings Pitched 1. Stephen Strasburg, SDSU........................ 109.0 2. Brian Budrow, Utah..................................... 98.2 3. Tyler Lavigne, SDSU................................... 94.1 4. John Hesketh, UNM................................... 88.2 5t. Jon Berger, SDSU....................................... 88.0 5t. Jordan Whatcott, Utah.............................. 88.0 7. Andrew Beresford, UNLV.......................... 84.0 8t. Jeremy Toole, BYU..................................... 82.2 8t. Blake Torgerson, BYU............................... 82.2 10. Tanner Peters, UNLV............................... 79.0

2009 Fielding Leaders Fielding Percentage 1t. Max Willett, UNM................................... 1.000 1t. Brian Cavazos-Galvez, UNM................. 1.000 1t. Ryan Thornton, UNLV........................... 1.000 4. Addison Gentry, AFA................................. .995 5. Brandon Meredith, SDSU.......................... .991 6. Nathan Carter, AFA..................................... .991 7. Bryan Holaday, TCU............................990 8. Devin Walker, Utah..................................... .990 9. Matt Vern, TCU....................................990 10. Erik Castro, SDSU..................................... .990

Hit By Pitch 1. Pat Colwell, SDSU...........................................13 2. Michael Bowen, BYU......................................12 3t. Brandon Meredith, SDSU............................11 3t. Dane Hamilton, UNM..................................11 3t. Bryan Resnick, UNLV...................................11 6t. Rafael Neda, UNM........................................10 6t. Michael Beltran, Utah....................................10 8t. Taylor Featherston, TCU........................9 8t. Ryan O’Sullivan, SDSU................................... 9 10. 6 tied at.............................................................. 8 2009 Pitching Leaders Earned Run Average 1. Stephen Strasburg, SDSU.......................... 1.32 2. Marc Oslund, BYU...................................... 2.49 3. Tyler Lavigne, SDSU................................... 3.05 4. John Hesketh, UNM................................... 3.45 5. Paul Gerrish, TCU...............................3.84 6. Adam Miller, BYU....................................... 4.04 7. Kyle Winkler, TCU..............................4.15 8. Jordan Whatcott, Utah................................ 4.19 9. Tyler Lockwood, TCU.........................4.71 10. Tanner Peters, UNLV............................... 4.90

Batters Struck Out 1. Stephen Strasburg, SDSU........................... 195 2. Tyler Lavigne, SDSU.......................................87 3. Brian Budrow, Utah.........................................79 4. Jon Berger, SDSU.............................................71 5. John Hesketh, UNM.......................................70 6. Jeremy Toole, BYU..........................................68 7. Jordan Whatcott, Utah....................................61 8t. Paul Gerrish, TCU................................59 8t. Marc Oslund, BYU.........................................59 8t. Tanner Peters, UNLV....................................59 Wins 1. Stephen Strasburg, SDSU..............................13 2. Tyler Lavigne, SDSU......................................... 8 3t. Kyle Winkler, TCU..................................7 3t. Paul Gerrish, TCU..................................7 3t. Marc Oslund, BYU........................................... 7 6t. Bryn Card, Utah............................................... 6 6t. Blake Torgerson, BYU..................................... 6 6t. John Hesketh, UNM........................................ 6 9. 6 tied at................................................................. 5

Putouts 1. Austin Jones, Utah........................................ 550 2. Matt Vern, TCU....................................456 3. Brandon Meredith, SDSU........................... 427 4. Kevin Atkinson, UNM................................ 405 5. Addison Gentry, AFA.................................. 400 6. Bryan Holaday, TCU............................361 7. Kasey Ko, BYU.............................................. 339 8. Rafael Neda, UNM....................................... 314 9. Erik Castro, SDSU........................................ 278 10. Jesse Wight, UNLV.................................... 254 Assists 1. Michael Beltran, Utah.................................. 210 2. Bryan Resnick, UNLV................................. 198 3. Mike Brownstein, UNM.............................. 189 4. Daniel Gonzalez, UNM............................... 183 5. Anthony Morel, UNLV................................ 182 6. Taylor Featherston, TCU.....................180 7. Corey Shimada, Utah................................... 172 8. Andrew Law, BYU........................................ 152 9. Ryan O’Sullivan, SDSU............................... 151 10. 2 tied at......................................................... 149

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TCU Horned Frogs 2009 SENIOR SALUTES Career Highlights: • A three-time second-team all-Mountain West Conference honoree (2006, 2008, 2009). • Holds the school record for most games played (241) and at-bats (843). • Ranks second all-time with 263 base hits, 57 doubles and 150 walks. • Holds fourth place on the all-time list with 176 runs MATT CARPENTER scored, 159 RBIs ad 412 toINF • L/R • 6-3 • 208 Sugar Land, TX (Elkins) tal bases. • Posted a career batting average of .312 (263-for-843). • Hit 24 home runs in his career and totaled 91 extra base hits that included 57 doubles and 10 triples. • Established a new single-season record for doubles with 23 in 2009. • Earned the 2009 Garry Williams Most Valuable Player award as voted upon by teammates. • Drafted in the 13th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft by the St. Louis Cardinals. • Reached base in 210 of his 241 career games and hit safely in 167. • Racked up 74 multi-hit contest and 46 multiple-RBI games in his career.

• Was successful in 27-of-36 stolen base attempts, including 13-of-14 in 2009. • Hit .323 (185-for-572) in 164 conference games with 35 doubles, five triples and 12 home runs. • Drove in 102 runs in league action. • Missed most of his junior campaign after suffering an elbow injury that required Tommy John surgery. • Had a career .961 fielding percentage, splitting time between first and third base. • Started 118 consecutive games to close out his TCU career. • Graduated with a degree in communications.

Career Highlights: • Earned first-team all-conference accolades in 2008 at second base. • Holds the single-season at-bats record with 266 in 2008. • Also owns the single-season record for assists and is the only player to tally at least 200 assists in one season (203). s • Ranks in a tie for second her ut carr Ben all-time with 492 assists in INF • R/R • 5-10 • 170 etown) Georgetown, TX (Georg his four-year career (Bryan Kervin). • Had started 143 straight games before suffering a hand injury as a senior that limited him to pinch-running and late-inning defensive duties. • Was one of four players to appear in all 63 games in 2008 and put up a career year with career-highs in at-bats (266), runs (65), hits (82), RBI (33), doubles (12) and triples (4). • Hit safely in 117 of 171 contests in which he registered a plate appearance. • Reached base safely in 145 of those 171 contests. • Tallied 52 multi-hit games and 19 multiple-RBI contests. • Was a career .294 hitter in 191 games played. • He made 157 starts (146 at second base, 10 at shortstop and one in center field).

• Racked up 186 career hits, in including 27 doubles, five triples and eight home runs. • Collected 84 RBIs, drew 32 walks and was hit by the pitch 39 times. • Was successful in 29-of-42 stolen base attempts. • Posted a career fielding percentage of .978, committing just 17 errors over the course of his career. • Longest hit streak of his career was a 14-gamer from March 16-April 5, 2008. • Was selected as the team’s outstanding defensive player in 2007 and 2008. • Earned the Frank Windegger Fightin’ Frog Award in 2009. • Graduated with a degree in communications.

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Year Avg. GP-GS AB 2005 .289 50-41 142 2006 .349 62-62 241 2007* .185 8-7 27 2008 .283 63-63 226 2009 .333 58-58 207 Total .312 241-232 843 * indicates medical redshirt season

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Avg. GP-GS .179 25-6 .303 60-55 .308 63-63 .275 43-33 .294 191-157

AB 28 201 266 138 633

Carpenter's Career Stats R 24 40 6 48 58 176

H 41 84 5 64 69 263

2B 8 10 1 15 23 57

3B 0 1 0 3 6 10

HR 1 1 0 11 11 24

RBI 27 36 3 46 47 159

Carruthers’ Career Stats R 6 35 65 27 133

H 5 61 82 38 186

2B 1 6 12 8 27

3B 0 1 4 0 5

HR 0 4 2 2 8

RBI 1 31 33 19 84

SLG .366 .411 .222 .522 .662 .489

SLG .214 .403 .406 .377 .390

BB 25 35 8 31 51 150

BB 2 10 14 6 32

SO 25 35 5 21 24 110

SO 8 29 32 24 93

SB-A 0-0 5-8 1-2 8-9 13-14 27-33

SB-A 2-2 9-13 15-20 3-7 29-42


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Taylor cragin

P • R/R • 6-1 • 170 dswood) nds Frie wood, TX (Frien

Career Highlights: • Earned second-team allconference accolades as a senior. • Combined with three other pitchers to toss the ninth no-hitter in school history on April 10, 2009 at UT Pan American. • Had a career-year as a senior in 17 appearances. • Was 5-0 on the year in a career-high 57.2 innings pitched.

• Totaled a career-high 37 strikeouts. • Posted a career ERA of 2.79 in 58 appearances. • Tallied four saves (vs. Air Force 4/7/06; @ Utah 5/6/07; @ UT Arlington 4/30/08; vs. UT Pan American 5/12/08). • Combined on three shutouts (vs. Air Force 3/16/07; vs. Prairie View A&M 3/12/08; @ UT Pan American 4/10/09). • Was a combined 8-0 (2-0 in 2007, 1-0 in 2008 and 5-0 in 2009). • Racked up 84 strikeouts in 119.1 career innings pitched. • Held opponents scoreless in 36 of his 58 appearances. Career Highlights: • Was a two-time secondteam all-conference performer. • Transferred to TCU from Grayson Community College in the fall of 2008. • Named to the Fort Worth Regional all-tournament team. • His 107 RBIs over the Chris Ellington course of his two years was OF • R/R • 6-1 • 195 on C.C.) Weatherford, TX (Grays more than any other Frog in that time frame. • Played in 112 games over his two seasons and made 102 starts, all of which came in right field. • His 21 doubles in 2008 tied a school record. • Hit safely in 79 of his 112 career games. • Reached base safely in 85 of 112 career contests. • Racked up 37 multi-hit contests and 31 multiple RBI games. • Posted a .337 career batting and collected 141 base hits. • Tallied 42 doubles, four triples and 12 home runs. • Was successful in 4-of-6 stolen base attempts. • Contributed defensively with eight outfield assists.

• TCU was 38-20 in games he pitched over the course of his career. • Only allowed 18-of -42 inherited runners to scored. • In 2008, allowed runs in only two of his 14 appearances. • Closed out the campaign without allowing a run in his last nine appearances spanning 14.1 innings to post an ERA of 1.61. • Made 18 appearances in conference play and notched a 3-0 record and two saves. • Posted a 3.89 ERA in league play over the course of his career. • Graduated with a business degree.

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Tot

ERA 5.82 2.42 1.61 2.50 2.79

W-L G-GS CG 0-0 14-0 0 2-0 13-0 0 1-0 14-0 0 5-0 17-0 0 8-0 58-0 0

Cragin’s Career Stats

SH/CB 0/0 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/3

SV IP 1 17.0 1 22.1 2 22.1 0 57.2 4 119.1

H 22 21 20 41 104

R 13 6 4 18 41

ER 11 6 4 16 37

BB 9 8 3 17 37

SO 12 21 14 37 84

WP 1 3 1 1 6

HB 1 1 3 1 6

• Posted a .320 batting average in 43 conference games. • Opened his junior campaign with a .105 batting average through the first 13 games, but closed out the season hitting .372 over the final 41 contests to finish with a .344 batting average on the season. • Tied a school record on April 17, 2008 at BYU with three doubles in a contests, a feat that has been accomplished on 11 occasions. • Led the 2009 squad with 78 base hits. • Drafted in the 32nd round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft by the Milwaukee Brewers. • Graduated with a degree in communications.

Year 2008 2009 Total

Avg. GP-GS .344 55-45 .331 57-57 .337 112-102

AB 183 236 419

Ellington’s Career Stats R 34 40 74

H 63 78 141

2B 21 21 42

3B 2 2 4

HR 6 6 12

RBI 55 52 107

SLG .579 .513 .542

BB 13 11 24

SO 19 30 49

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TCU Horned Frogs 2009 SENIOR SALUTES Career Highlights: • Played four different positions in his four-year career (first base, second base, third base and center field). • Made 80 starts at second base, 29 starts in center field, 18 starts as the designated hitter, 17 starts at first base and four starts at third base. • Played in 176 career conh ic gl Corey ste tests and made 148 starts. INF • R/R • 6-3 • 180 t) Fort Worth, TX (Southwes • Posted a career batting average of .290, finishing with 158 career base hits. • Of his 158 career base hits, 24 were doubles, five were triples and six were home runs. • Three of his home runs came on a Big 12 field (two at Oklahoma and one at Texas A&M). • Finished with 101 runs driven in, including a career-high 35 in his freshman campaign. • Was successful in 15-of-21 stolen base attempts. • As a freshman, put together a 19-game hitting streak to close out the season.

• During the streak he hit .417 (30-for-72) with 17 of his 35 RBIs, nine multi-hit contests and four multiple-RBI games. • Picked up 35 two-out RBIs in his career. • Was limited to just 36 games played as a sophomore due to a mid-season injury. • Hit safely in 105 of his 176 career games. • Reached base safely in 122 of his 176 career contests. • Tallied 41 multi-hit contests and 23 multiple-RBI games. • Was a career .972 fielder. • Graduated with a degree in communications.

Career Highlights: • Earned first-team all-Mountain West Conference honors as a senior. • Was a second-team all-conference performer in 2007. • Earned a spot on the Stillwater All-Regional team in 2008 and the Fort Worth All-Regional team in 2009. • Ranks third all-time with 50 career doubles, fifth alltime in total bases with 393 Matt vern and fifth all-time in runs INF • R/R • 6-3 • 215 swood) Lake Jackson, TX (Brazo scored with 164 in his career. • Holds the all-time record for putouts with 1,371 in his career. • Finished his senior campaign with a .360 batting average to earn the Ben Dyess Leading Hitter award. • Posted a career batting average of .309. • Played in 199 games and made 183 starts in his career. • Tallied 10 triples and 29 home runs, while driving in 143 runs over the course of his career. • Was successful in 36 of 46 stolen base attempts, including racking up a career-high 16 in his senior campaign. • After an illness cut his freshman campaign short, he missed just 11 games over the course of the next three seasons. • Tallied a base hit in 131 of his 199 career contests.

• Reached base safely in 157 of his 199 career games played. • Recorded 63 multi-hit games and 37 multiple-RBI contests in his career. • Led the Mountain West Conference and ranked 54th nationally with his 17 home runs in 2009. • Was a .326 (87-for-267) hitter in league play with 15 home runs and 73 RBIs. • Posted a .992 career fielding percentage with just 12 errors in his career. • Drafted in the 13th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft by the San Diego Padres. • Majored in communications.

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Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

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Avg. GP-GS .316 52-48 .314 36-29 .167 32-16 .296 56-55 .290 176-148

Avg. GP-GS .221 27-19 .319 58-55 .275 57-53 .360 57-56 .309 199-183

AB 171 105 66 203 545

AB 68 210 189 200 667

Steglich's Career Stats

R 36 21 9 32 98

H 54 33 11 60 158

2B 9 7 1 7 24

3B 2 0 0 3 5

HR 2 1 1 2 6

Vern’s Career Stats

R 20 42 41 61 164

H 15 67 52 72 206

2B 5 17 15 13 50

3B 0 5 3 2 10

HR 1 5 6 17 29

RBI 35 29 6 31 101

RBI 9 36 44 54 143

SLG .427 .410 .227 .389 .385

SLG .338 .519 .481 .700 .543

BB 18 9 4 25 56

BB 9 24 28 33 94

SO 25 12 16 37 90

SO 23 54 47 48 172

SB-A 4-4 2-4 2-2 7-11 15-21

SB-A 3-3 8-10 9-11 16-22 36-46


2010 Baseball 2009 SENIOR SALUTES Career Highlights: • Saw the majority of his time as the designated hitter, but also spent time as the catcher and on a few occasions in the outfield and at first base. • Appeared in 142 games over the course of his career and made 91 starts. • Of his 91 starts, 65 came as HUNT WOODRUFF the designated hitter, 21 as C • R/R • 5-10 • 180 k) Dallas, TX (Highland Par a catcher, three at first base and two in left field. • Was a four-time academic all-conference member. • Ranks sixth all-time in school history with 27 total sacrifices (22 sacrifice bunts and four sacrifice flies). • Of his 87 career hits, 19 were doubles, two were triples and six were home runs. • Drove in 55 runs, including a career-high 24 as a junior, in his career. • Tallied a base hit in 65 of his 142 career games. • Reached base safely in 84 career games. • Racked up 20 multi-hit games and 12 multiple RBI contests.

• Finished his career with a .983 fielding percentage, committing just four errors in four seasons. • Was hit by the pitch 21 times over the course of his career. • Highlight of his career was a game-winning home run in the top of the ninth inning at Utah on March 20, 2009. • Hit .310 (9-for-29) as a pinch hitter with six RBIs, three doubles and two triples. • Was a .304 (35-for-115) hitter in league play. • Graduated with a degree in accounting.

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009 Total

Avg. .262 .273 .263 .217 .259

GP-GS 32-18 34-21 52-44 24-8 142-91

AB 80 77 133 46 336

Woodruff’s Career Stats R 11 12 19 5 47

H 21 21 35 10 87

2B 4 4 10 1 19

3B 1 0 0 1 2

HR 1 2 1 2 6

RBI 13 12 24 6 55

SLG .375 .403 .361 .413 .381

BB 8 5 21 1 35

SO 21 13 31 15 80

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TCU Horned Frogs HORNED FROG INDIVIDUAL RECORDS Home runs HITTING BATTING AVERAGE Season: .465............................. Mike Ramsey (1985) Career: .421....................... Mike Ramsey (1984-85) games played Season: 67.................................. Brad Wallace (1996) Career: 241.....................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) At Bats Game: 8................................................... Jake Duncan vs. Louisville (5-16-03) 8..........................Tom Butler, Jimmy Torres, Phil Turner vs. Creighton (4-4-72) Season: 266...........................Ben Carruthers (2008) Career: 843.....................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) Runs Game: 6...........................many times, most recently Austin Adams vs. Charlotte (4-23-05) Season: 77.................................Sam Lunsford (1996) Career: 232....................... Sam Lunsford (1995-98) Hits Game: 7............... Brad Wallace vs. Maine (3-6-96) Season: 97...............................Chad Huffman (2004) Career: 317.................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) RBI Game: 8............................................. Royce Huffman vs. San Diego State (4-18-98) Season: 80.............................. Chris Connally (1998) Career: 225.................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) Doubles Game: 3................................ 11 times, most recently Chris Ellington vs. BYU (4-17-08) Season: 23..............................Matt Carpenter (2009) Career: 59....................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) Triples Game: 2...........................many times, most recently Keith Conlon vs. BYU (5-25-07) Season: 9................................Bernard Walker (1986) Career: 17............................. Erick Macha (1999-01)

Game: 3................................ 10 times, most recently Austin Adams vs. Charlotte (4-23-05) Season: 23.............................. Chris Connally (1997) Tom Hardgrove (1989) Career: 44....................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) Total bases Season: 171........................... Chris Connally (1997) Career: 528.................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) Slugging Percentage Season: .864.......................... Chris Connally (1997) Career: .799.................... Chris Connally (1997-98) Sacrifices Game: 3............................................... Darren Thorpe vs. SE Oklahoma (3-12-90) Season: 19..............................Hunt Woodruff (2008) Career: 40........................... Bryan Kervin (2006-08) Walks Game: 4................................ 11 times, most recently Sean Stephens vs. Cincinnati (3-27-03) Season: 54.................................Sam Lunsford (1996) Career: 158.................... Royce Huffman (1996-99) Hit By Pitch Season: 25................................ Levi Groomer (2000) Career: 42.........................Chad Huffman (2004-06) Stolen bases Game: 4................................ 10 times, most recently Jef Yarbrough vs. BYU (3-21-98) Season: 44...............................Darren Thorpe (1998) Career: 94.................. Darren Thorpe (1986, 88-90) Hit for the cycle Last Time:........ Shelby Ford vs. Cincinnati (5-8-05)

fielding putouts Game: 20...........Mike Losa vs. Houston (2-28-93) Season: 520........................ Walter Olmstead (2001) Career: 1,371............................Matt Vern (2006-09) assists Game: 10...... Ramon Moses vs. Hawai’i (4-16-01) 10........Sam Lunsford vs. Illinois (2-21-00) Season: 203...........................Ben Carruthers (2008) Career: 515...........................Trey Brooks (1978-81) errors Game: 4....................................... Stuart Musslewhite vs. Oklahoma (4-12-05) 4...... Sonny Cason vs. Texas Tech (3-2-74) Season: 27........................Taylor Featherston (2009) 27...................................Kerby Smith (1994) Career: 66......................... Brad Firestone (1988-91)

Matt Carpenter established a new school record with 23 doubles in 2009.

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Lance Broadway rewrote the TCU pitching record book with 15 wins and 151 strikeouts in 2005 en route to earning first-team All-American honors.

pitching earned run average Season: 1.11.........................Tommy Gramly (1966) Career: 1.11.........................Tommy Gramly (1966) Appearances Season: 33.........................................Jeff Baker (1994) Career: 85............................ Stan Newton (1998-01) Games Started Season: 18............................. Clayton Jerome (2004) 18.................................. Flint Wallace (1996) Career: 54....................... Clayton Jerome (2001-04) 54...................Shawn Thompson (1997-00) Victories Season: 15............................Lance Broadway (2005) Career: 38......................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) Innings pitched Season: 117.0......................Lance Broadway (2005) Career: 386.0................. Clayton Jerome (2001-04) Complete game Season: 11.............................Kenny Benedict (1977) Career: 37......................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) Saves Season: 13.....................................Sam Demel (2007) Career: 20...............................Sam Demel (2005-07) Strikeouts Game: 18........................................... Tommy Gramly vs. Texas Tech (4-9-77) Season: 151.........................Lance Broadway (2005) Career: 336................Shawn Thompson (1997-00) Walks Game: 11...... Brian Ohnoutka vs. Texas (3-30-85) Season: 68........................... Mickey McCarty (1967) Career: 153................... Cameron Young (1977-80)


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Batting Average Season .................................................... .324 (1997)

Fielding Percentage Season .................................................... .976 (2008)

Slugging Percentage Season .................................................... .524 (1997)

Putouts Game ............................51 vs. Creighton (4-4-72) Season .................................................. 1,703 (2004)

Left on Base Season ......................................................573 (1996) At Bats Game ............................64 vs. Creighton (4-4-72) Season .................................................. 2,306 (1996) Runs Game ..........................30 vs. Louisville (5-16-03) Season ......................................................538 (1996) Hits Game ..........................35 vs. Louisville (5-16-03) Season ......................................................739 (1996) RBI Game ......................... 29 vs. Iowa State (3-15-01) Season ......................................................478 (1996) Doubles Game ..............9 @ UT Pan American (4-11-09) 9 vs. New Mexico (3-21-99) Season ......................................................151 (1996) Triples Game ...............................4 vs. Fresno St. (4-7-00) 4 vs. Texas A&M (4-6-57) Season .............................................33 (1998, 2001) Home Runs Game .............................9 vs. Charlotte (4-23-05) 9 vs. Iowa State (3-15-01) Season ........................................................76 (1998) Total Bases Game ...........................59 vs. Charlotte (4-23-05) Season .................................................. 1,110 (1996) Stolen Bases Game ...................... 10 vs. Texas A&M (5-12-56) Season ......................................................134 (1996) Sacrifices Game .................. 6 vs. SW Texas State (2-15-02) 6 vs. SE Oklahoma (3-12-90) Season ........................................................95 (2008) Walks Game ....................................22 vs. Rice (4-16-48) Season ......................................................382 (1996) Hit by Pitch Game ........................6 vs. Dallas Baptist (2-5-04) 6 vs. UT-Arlington (2-5-99) 6 vs.  UT-Arlington (2-2-98) Season: ........................................................89 (2007)

Assists Game .............................. 23 vs. Hawai’i (4-16-01) Season ......................................................786 (2008) Errors Game ........................... 9 vs. Oklahoma (4-12-05) Season ......................................................130 (1996) Double Plays Game ..................................................... 4 (7 times); last time: vs. New Mexico 5-23-08 Season ........................................................65 (1996)

Frogs In NCAA Record Book Consecutive Times On Base 17..................................................Lew Williams (1987)

(16 times vs. Rice, 1 vs. N. Texas)

Team Walks in an Inning 11.......................................vs. Dallas Baptist (2-23-98) Individual Walks in an Inning 3...............Jeff Yarbrough vs. Dallas Baptist (2-23-98)

PITCHING Earned Run Average Season .....................................................1.71 (1972) Most Runs Allowed Game .................26 vs. SW Missouri St. (4-8-90) Season ......................................................464 (1996) Fewest Runs Allowed per Game Season .....................................................2.12 (1972) Most Hits Allowed Game .................................................... 26 (2 times) Season ......................................................670 (2004) Fewest Hits Allowed Season ......................................................237 (1972) StrikeOuts Game ...........................19 vs. Manhattan (3-4-05) Season ......................................................547 (2006)

Jeff Yarbrough holds the NCAA record for most walks in an inning, drawing three in a 1998 contest against Dallas Baptist.

Walks Game ...................15 vs. Oklahoma St. (3-31-87) Season ......................................................382 (1996) Saves Season ........................................................21 (2006) Most Innings Game ............................17 vs. Creighton (4-4-72) Season .................................................. 567.2 (2004)

Team Most Games Played........................67 (1996).. Most Victories..................................48 (2007) Most Losses...........................................35 (1987) Winning PCT....................... .840 (21-4) (1963) Largest Margin of Victory .............28 vs. Louisville (30-2) (5-16-03)

Sam Demel was instrumental in the Frogs setting a season record of 21 saves in 2006. He finished as the all-time save leader at TCU.

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TCU Horned Frogs INDIVIDUAL SEASON RECORDS Games Played 67........................................... Brad Wallace (1996) 67........................................David Johnson (1996) 67.............................................. Matt Howe (1996) 65........................................Chris Neuman (2004) 65..............................................Ryan Dunn (1996)

Total Bases 171....................................Chris Connally (1997) 167....................................Chris Connally (1998) 166................................... Royce Huffman (1998) 165................................... Royce Huffman (1999) 160....................................Chris Thomsen (1991)

At-Bats 266....................................Ben Carruthers (2008) 262....................................... Bryan Kervin (2007) 262........................................ Brad Wallace (1996) 260.............................Stuart Musslewhite (2005) 258....................................... Bryan Kervin (2006) 258.....................................Chris Neuman (2004) Runs Scored 77......................................... Sam Lunsford (1996) 75......................................Royce Huffman (1999) 72.......................................Chris Connally (1998) 71......................................... Sam Lunsford (1998) 71.......................................Chris Connally (1997)

Stolen Bases 44........................................Darren Thorpe (1989) 43........................................Darren Thorpe (1990) 34.......................................Fred Benavides (1987) 33...................................... Bernard Walker (1986) 32......................................... Sam Lunsford (1996) Slugging Pct. (Min 150 AB) .864...................................Chris Connally (1997) .783.................................. Royce Huffman (1998) .748..................................... Tommy Crain (1974) .742................................... Chad Huffman (2006) .742...................................Chris Connally (1998) .742......................................Mike Ramsey (1985)

Hits 97........................................Chad Huffman (2004) 94........................................ Terry Trofholz (2002) 94...................................... Royce Huffman (1999) 90............................................Clint Arnold (2008) 89...................................... Royce Huffman (1998) 89........................................David Johnson (1996)

Walks 54......................................... Sam Lunsford (1996) 53..............................................Ryan Dunn (1996) 53........................................Darren Thorpe (1989) 52..........................................Shawn Stanek (1994) 51.......................................Matt Carpenter (2009) 51........................................ Brad Firestone (1991)

Batting Avg. (min. 150 AB) .465......................................Mike Ramsey (1985) .441.................................... Terry Trofholz (2002) .422.................................. Royce Huffman (1999) .420..................................Royce Huffman (1998) .414...................................Chris Connally (1997)

Hit By Pitch 25.........................................Levi Groomer (2000) 21.......................................Ben Carruthers (2008) 20....................................... Chad Huffman (2004) 19................................................Mark Silva (1999) 18............................................Clint Arnold (2007) 18.............................................Shelby Ford (2005) 18.............................................Shelby Ford (2004) Strikeouts 67.................................... Walter Olmstead (2001) 64.................................... Walter Olmstead (2002) 62..............................................Ryan Dunn (1996) 59........................................... Brad Wallace (1996) 57.........................................Kyle Dahlberg (2004)

Runs Batted In 80.......................................Chris Connally (1998) 77......................................Royce Huffman (1998) 72.......................................Chris Connally (1997) 72......................................... Tommy Crain (1974) 71......................................... Austin Adams (2007) 71........................................Chad Huffman (2006) 71......................................Tom Hardgrove (1989) Doubles 23.......................................Matt Carpenter (2009) 21.......................................Chris Ellington (2008) 21.......................................Andrew Walker (2007) 21................................Stuart Musslewhite (2005) 21.......................................... Jeff McCurdy (1996) 21........................................David Johnson (1996) Triples 9........................................ Bernard Walker (1986) 8.............................................. Rudy Rivera (2001) 8..............................................Erick Macha (2000) 8...........................................Paul Gonzalez (1989) 8.......................................... Bubba Jackson (1986) Home Runs 23.......................................Chris Connally (1997) 23......................................Tom Hardgrove (1989) 21.......................................Chris Thomsen (1991) 19..............................................Ryan Dunn (1997) 18........................................Chad Huffman (2006)

Sacrifices 19.......................................Hunt Woodruff (2008) 18.......................................... Bryan Kervin (2006) 15........................................ Terry Trofholz (2002) 14........................................... Steven Trout (2006) 14..............................................Jim Lassiter (1974) Putouts 520................................. Walter Olmstead (2001) 511................................. Walter Olmstead (2002) 493.....................................David Johnson (1996) 486....................................Chris Thomsen (1991) 477......................................David Wallace (1998) Assists 203....................................Ben Carruthers (2008) 183........................................ Brad Wallace (1996) 181....................................... Bryan Kervin (2008) 178..............................Taylor Featherston (2009) 178.................................Shannon Coulter (1994)

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Pitching Appearances 33..................................................Jeff Baker (1994) 32..............................................Sam Demel (2007) 32.......................................Robbie Findlay (2004) 31............................................... Travis Barr (1991) 31..............................................Tim Grieve (1994) 31..................................Chad Underwood (2005) Games Started 18........................................... Flint Wallace (1996) 18...................................... Clayton Jerome (2004) 17......................................... 6 times, most recently Jake Arrieta (2007) Chris Johnson (2007) Victories 15.....................................Lance Broadway (2005) 14..............................................Jake Arrieta (2006) 11.........................................Chris Johnson (2007) 11.....................................Frank Johnstone (1974) 11.....................................Frank Johnstone (1972) 11...........................................Lance Brown (1963) Innings Pitched 117.0...............................Lance Broadway (2005) 114.2............................Shawn Thompson (1998) 114.1..............................Mickey McCarty (1967) 113.2................................Tommy Gramly (1966) 111.2................................ Clayton Jerome (2003) Complete Games 11......................................Kenny Benedict (1977) 10.....................................­Frank Johnstone (1973) 10.....................................Frank Johnstone (1972) 10...................................................Jess Cole (1972) 10...........................................Lance Brown (1963) 10....................................Mickey McCarty (1967) Strikeouts 151..................................Lance Broadway (2005) 125........................................ Brad Furnish (2006) 120..........................................Tim Mauser (1988) 115..................................... Scott Atchison (1999) 109........................................Lance Brown (1963) Earned Run Average 1.11..................................Tommy Gramly (1966) 1.25.................................Frank Johnstone (1972) 1.46.................................... Rod Monahan (1970) Saves 13..............................................Sam Demel (2007) 11.......................................Robbie Findlay (2004) 10..............................................Tim Grieve (1994) 9.............................................Eric Marshall (2009) 9...................................... Andrew Cashner (2008) 9.............................................Craig Farmer (1992)


2010 Baseball INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS Games Played 241..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 234................................ Austin Adams (2004-07) 217................................ Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 213.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 205.......................................Mike Losa (1988-92) At-Bats 843..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 793.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 793................................ Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 784................................ Austin Adams (2004-07) 770................................. Bryan Kervin (2006-08)

Slugging Pct. (Min 250 AB) .799.............................Chris Connally (1997-98) .666............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) .624............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) .619................................Mike Ramsey (1984-85) .614................................. Jeff Newman (1968-70) Walks 158.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 150..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 143................................ Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 127.....................................Ryan Dunn (1995-97) 123....................................Trey Brooks (1978-81)

Runs Scored 232................................ Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 229.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 180.............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 176..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 164........................................Matt Vern (2006-09)

Strike Outs 172........................................Matt Vern (2006-09) 160.....................................Ryan Dunn (1995-97) 152........................... Walter Olmstead (2000-02) 142.................................. Brad Wallace (1992-96) 141................................ Austin Adams (2004-07)

Hits 317.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 263..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 263.............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 262................................ Austin Adams (2004-07) 259................................ Sam Lunsford (1995-98)

Stolen Bases 94...........................Darren Thorpe (1986, 88-90) 91................................... Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 64...................................Jeff Yarbrough (1995-98) 56................................ Bernard Walker (1985-86) 53.................................. Terry Trofholz (2001-03)

Batting Avg. (Min. 250 AB) .421................................Mike Ramsey (1984-85) .400............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) .395.............................Chris Connally (1997-98) .378................................ Scott Malone (1990-92) .374............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06)

Sacrifices 40.................................... Bryan Kervin (2006-08) 33.................................. Terry Trofholz (2001-03) 30......................................Brent Barker (1983-86) 29................................... Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 27................................ Hunt Woodruff (2006-09) 27..................................... Steven Trout (2006-07)

Runs Batted In 225.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 175................................ Austin Adams (2004-07) 168.............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 159..............................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 152.....................................Ryan Dunn (1995-97) 152..............................Chris Connally (1997-98) Doubles 59................................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 57.................................Matt Carpenter (2005-09) 50...........................................Matt Vern (2006-09) 49................................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 48................................... Austin Adams (2004-07) 48........................................ Mike Settle (2000-03) Triples 17................................. Erick Macha (1999-2001) 14..................................... Brad Wallace (1992-96) 13..........................................Mike Losa (1988-92) 12................................ Bernard Walker (1985-86) 11...................................Paul Gonzalez (1988-90) 11...........................Darren Thorpe (1986, 88-90) Home Runs 44................................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 40.................................Chris Connally (1997-98) 39................................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 36........................................Ryan Dunn (1995-97) 34...................................Paul Gonzalez (1988-90) Total Bases 528.............................Royce Huffman (1996-99) 439.............................. Chad Huffman (2004-06) 417................................ Austin Adams (2004-07) 412..............................Matt Carpenter (2006-09) 393........................................Matt Vern (2006-09)

Putouts 1,371.....................................Matt Vern (2006-09) 1,284.............................David Wallace (1996-99) 1,218............................. Sam Lunsford (1995-98) 1,160............................. Tommy Crain (1974-76) 975..............................Andrew Walker (2005-07) Assists 515....................................Trey Brooks (1978-81) 492..............................Ben Carruthers (2006-09) 492................................. Bryan Kervin (2006-08) 481.................................. Brad Wallace (1992-96) 476................................Jeff Yarbrough (1995-98)

Victories 38...............................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) 28................................ Clayton Jerome (2001-04) 27.................................. Scott Atchison (1995-99) 23....................................... Jake Arrieta (2006-07) 23....................... Shawn Thompson (1997-2000) Innings Pitched 386.0.......................... Clayton Jerome (2001-04) 378.0.........................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) 371.2................. Shawn Thompson (1997-2001) 304.0............................ Scott Atchison (1995-99) 299.2..................... Chris Bradshaw (1998-2001) Complete Games 37...............................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) 20................................ Reuben Tomlin (1975-78) 18............................... Brian Ohnoutka (1983-85) Strike Outs 336.................... Shawn Thompson (1997-2000) 312............................. Clayton Jerome (2001-04) 307............................... Scott Atchison (1995-99) 299............................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) 271.....................................Sam Demel (2005-07) Walks 153............................ Cameron Young (1977-80) 145............................ Brian Ohnoutka (1983-85) 130 .................................... Kelly Johns (1991-93) Earned Run Average 1.11..................................Tommy Gramly (1966) 1.50...................... Chuck Machemehl (1967-68) 1.62.................................Lance Broadway (2005) 1.63..........................Mickey McCarty (1967-68)

Saves 20........................................Sam Demel (2005-07) 15.........................................Travis Barr (1989-91) 14...............................Tim Grieve (11990, 92-94) 13.................................Robbie Findlay (2002-04) 12.....................................Craig Farmer (1991-94) 12................................ Stan Newton (1998-2001)

Pitching Appearances 85................................ Stan Newton (1998-2001) 78.........................................Travis Barr (1989-91) 77................................. Tim Grieve (1990, 92-94) 75........................................Sam Demel (2005-07) 74....................... Shawn Thompson (1997-2000) 74.................................. Scott Atchison (1995-99) 74....................................... Kerry Knox (1986-88) Games Started 54................................ Clayton Jerome (2001-04) 54............................Shawn Thompson (1971-74) 47...............................Frank Johnstone (1971-74) 45..........................................Derek Lee (1994-97) 45......................... Chris Bradshaw (1990, 92-94) 45................................ Reuben Tomlin (1975-78) Chad Huffman had a successful three-year stint in the Purple and White. He finds himself in the top five of most offensive categories.

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GP Avg. AB R 31 .278 1078 208 30 .276 990 173 29 .278 980 177 30 .304 963 195 32 .260 988 132 41 .261 1226 399 42 .276 1193 189 43 .268 1235 228 48 .313 1462 314 46 .276 1411 267 46 .282 1346 233 45 .275 1362 247 47 .265 1392 242 45 .267 1259 213 49 .290 1417 282 46 .259 1269 224 43 .254 1194 199 51 .301 1580 306 47 .304 1454 277 52 .306 1523 318 60 .321 1879 421 59 .289 1834 342 59 .293 1863 334 59 .282 1765 393 59 .302 1869 378 59 .290 1832 337 55 .277 1759 267 56 .302 1809 397 60 .308 2011 486 56 .281 1775 367 67 .320 2306 538 53 .324 1851 437 56 .308 1947 481 58 .308 2024 473 56 .291 1885 310 60 .309 2058 387 59 .304 1996 390 57 .307 1958 403 65 .294 2245 427 61 .310 2197 454 62 .311 2149 431 62 .310 2167 458 63 .301 2149 415 58 .308 2015 418

BATTING AVERAGE 1966 Jimmy Duffy 1967 Richard Hooper 1968 Larry Peel 1969 Dick George 1970 Mike Marion 1971 Glenn Monroe 1972 Jimmy Torres 1973 Phil Turner 1974 Tommy Crain 1975 Tommy Crain 1976 Gene Burton 1977 Biff LeFevre 1978 Steve Houk 1979 Don Peterson 1980 Scott Ringnald 1981 Tom Houk 1982 Denny Day 1983 John Herrick 1984 Johnny Morgan 1985 Mike Ramsey 1986 Bubba Jackson 1987 Lew Williams 1988 Paul Gonzalez 1989 Rob Jones 1990 Scott Malone 1991 Scott Malone 1992 Scott Malone 1993 Adam Robson 1994 Darren Tawwater 1995 Jason McClure 1996 Jeff McCurdy 1997 Chris Connally 1998 Royce Huffman 1999 Royce Huffman 2000 Mark Hamilton 2001 Erick Macha 2002 Terry Trofholz 2003 Jake Duncan 2004 Chad Huffman 2005 Shelby Ford 2006 Chad Huffman 2007 Keith Conlon 2008 Clint Arnold 2009 Matt Vern

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H 300 273 272 293 257 321 331 331 457 390 380 375 360 336 411 329 303 475 442 466 603 530 545 497 564 531 487 546 619 498 739 600 599 623 548 635 606 602 660 680 669 672 647 621

2B 56 40 53 37 31 50 45 57 57 61 57 58 53 64 91 51 46 79 73 63 91 88 94 86 89 88 80 101 120 103 151 108 108 130 112 117 111 117 119 144 124 135 134 134

3B 8 5 8 7 10 8 13 10 9 13 11 6 10 6 12 15 5 21 13 19 31 13 19 25 25 18 12 30 24 18 23 18 33 22 24 33 21 20 13 14 13 17 17 21

HR 20 24 27 24 15 25 20 26 49 33 33 14 37 29 27 22 19 27 24 32 32 41 46 59 55 52 30 53 69 43 58 75 76 66 44 50 51 60 73 75 52 64 37 67

HITS 1966 Jimmy Duffy 1967 Richard Hooper 1968 Jeff Newman 1969 Dick George 1970 Glenn Monroe 1971 Phil Turner 1972 Jimmy Torres 1973 Tom Butler 1974 Tommy Crain 1975 Tommy Crain 1976 Gene Burton 1977 Biff LeFevre 1978 Trey Brooks John Shelley 1979 Don Peterson 1980 Scott Ringnald 1981 Trey Brooks 1982 Carlos Barrett 1983 John Herrick 1984 Mike Ramsey 1985 Mike Ramsey 1986 Tony Wilmot 1987 Lew Williams 1988 Paul Gonzalez 1989 Tom Hardgrove 1990 Mike Losa 1991 Scott Malone Chris Thomsen 1992 Scott Malone 1993 Adam Robson 1994 Darren Tawwater 1995 Jason McClure 1996 David Johnson 1997 Chris Connally 1998 Royce Huffman 1999 Royce Huffman 2000 Mark Hamilton 2001 Erick Macha 2002 Terry Trofholz 2003 Jake Duncan 2004 Chad Huffman 2005 Chad Huffman 2006 Bryan Kervin 2007 Austin Adams 2008 Clint Arnold 2009 Chris Ellington

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RBI TB SLG% OB% SB 174 432 .401 — 43 151 395 .399 — 21 146 422 .431 — 30 174 416 .432 — 19 118 353 .357 — 31 185 462 .377 — 27 153 462 .387 — 33 191 486 .394 — 48 270 679 .464 — 61 230 576 .408 — 39 206 558 .415 — 58 217 487 .358 .380 51 201 544 .391 .375 42 178 499 .396 .369 51 249 607 .428 .414 46 198 491 .387 .379 78 167 416 .348 .376 40 280 680 .430 .400 42 234 613 .422 .414 98 283 663 .435 .409 91 366 852 .453 .430 101 294 767 .418 .387 86 298 815 .437 .395 42 335 810 .459 .403 108 318 868 .464 .402 133 281 811 .443 .387 46 237 681 .387 .373 54 348 866 .479 .407 52 434 809 .402 .429 58 316 766 .432 .397 99 478 1110 .481 .424 134 391 969 .524 .411 59 440 1001 .514 .408 98 435 995 .492 .412 71 279 840 .446 .372 69 348 968 .470 .383 57 354 912 .457 .378 88 368 939 .480 .382 79 380 1024 .456 .379 63 411 1077 .490 .393 43 397 975 .454 .401 62 411 1033 .477 .390 65 375 926 .431 .381 60 375 998 .495 .387 59 HOME RUNS 1966 Mickey Yates 1967 Mickey Yates 1968 Jeff Newman 1969 Jeff Newman Bill Ferguson 1970 Jeff Newman 1971 Glenn Monroe 1972 Dana Carden 1973 Gene Burton 1974 Tommy Crain 1975 Gene Burton 1976 Gene Burton 1977 Biff LeFevre 1978 Biff LeFevre 1979 Trey Brooks 1980 Trey Brooks 1981 Luis Rojas 1982 Barry Davis 1983 Jeff Shafer 1984 Darrin Roberts 1985 Mike Ramsey 1986 Bubba Jackson Bernard Walker 1987 Lew Williams 1988 Paul Gonzalez 1989 Tom Hardgrove 1990 Paul Gonzalez 1991 Chris Thomsen 1992 Scott Malone 1993 Adam Robson Gavin Millay 1994 Darren Tawwater Adam Robson 1995 Jason McClure 1996 Ryan Dunn 1997 Chris Connally 1998 Chris Connally Royce Huffman 1999 Royce Huffman 2000 Mark Hamilton 2001 Walter Olmstead 2002 Walter Olmstead 2003 Chris Neuman 2004 Shelby Ford 2005 Chad Huffman 2006 Chad Huffman 2007 Austin Adams

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BB HBP SO SF SH PO 169 14 196 — 30 848 156 7 148 — 34 775 130 11 228 — 23 755 125 — 151 — — 728 119 16 203 — 30 770 147 — 172 — — — 177 13 213 — 21 914 188 7 238 — 22 995 215 13 212 — 26 1111 194 15 168 — — 1183 170 18 203 — — 1061 199 21 169 6 9 1025 229 13 217 10 26 1051 178 8 163 11 26 996 268 10 170 13 48 1108 216 8 206 13 33 1031 197 15 196 13 27 960 223 16 225 13 29 1184 228 14 215 18 27 1129 223 16 218 15 22 1188 266 29 275 37 39 1418 243 16 299 21 20 1384 254 20 314 26 21 1419 298 16 334 26 16 1379 264 13 312 21 25 1421 242 22 274 16 29 1434 215 23 274 20 32 1379 253 31 335 22 15 1364 351 34 353 24 22 1521 325 30 369 19 19 1362 382 57 448 32 26 1683 252 43 356 30 19 1347 297 52 405 28 16 1460 303 83 375 38 26 1537 189 69 375 22 36 1445 221 42 373 21 35 1542 196 55 349 23 48 1513 203 50 367 29 34 1470 229 88 415 15 27 1703 246 67 435 17 29 1622 268 68 408 20 53 1648 207 89 340 19 51 1656 222 76 310 33 62 1702 228 54 386 34 46 1553 2008 Matt Carpenter 2009 Matt Vern

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RUNS BATTED IN 1966 Jimmy Duffy 1967 Mickey Yates 1968 Jeff Newman 1969 Jeff Newman 1970 Jeff Newman 1971 Glenn Monroe 1972 Jimmy Torres 1973 Phil Turner 1974 Tommy Crain 1975 Tommy Crain 1976 Gene Burton 1977 Biff LeFevre 1978 Biff LeFevre 1979 Trey Brooks 1980 Scott Ringnald 1981 Luis Rojas 1982 Barry Davis 1983 Jeff Shafer 1984 Mike Ramsey 1985 Mike Ramsey 1986 Tony Wilmot 1987 Brian Veilleux 1988 Paul Gonzalez 1989 Tom Hardgrove 1990 Paul Gonzalez 1991 Chris Thomsen 1992 Scott Malone 1993 Adam Robson 1994 Darren Tawwater 1995 Gavin Millay 1996 Ryan Dunn 1997 Chris Connally 1998 Chris Connally 1999 Royce Huffman 2000 Mark Hamilton 2001 Tom Bates 2002 Walter Olmstead 2003 Mike Settle 2004 Chris Neuman 2005 Chad Huffman 2006 Chad Huffman 2007 Austin Adams 2008 Chris Ellington 2009 Matt Vern

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A 307 333 313 295 250 — 402 485 442 452 465 368 441 496 477 534 447 477 493 533 634 542 562 534 524 576 505 506 655 585 762 635 614 591 640 684 629 571 643 616 606 709 786 718

E PCT. 41 .966 49 .958 57 .950 58 .939 53 .950 — — 52 .961 53 .965 67 .958 77 .955 62 .961 85 .949 75 .952 66 .958 82 .951 68 .958 96 .936 84 .952 84 .951 62 .965 92 .957 97 .952 100 .952 77 .961 129 .938 94 .955 86 .956 89 .955 98 .957 115 .944 130 .950 112 .947 61 .971 100 .955 96 .956 70 .970 66 .970 79 .963 93 .962 93 .960 74 .968 61 .975 62 .976 73 .969

STOLEN BASES 1966 Eddie Driggers 1967 Parke Davidson 1968 Dick Turner 1969 Roger Williams 1970 Glenn Monroe 1971 Glenn Monroe 1972 Tom Butler 1973 Tom Butler 1974 Phil Turner 1975 Gene Burton 1976 Danny Twardowski 1977 Biff LeFevre 1978 Terry Bellows 1979 Don Peterson 1980 Don Peterson 1981 Trey Brooks 1982 John Harrick 1983 Kenny Crafton 1984 Kenny Crafton 1985 Val Joe Walker 1986 Bernard Walker 1987 Fred Benavides 1988 Mike Moore 1989 Darren Thorpe 1990 Darren Thorpe 1991 Scott Malone 1992 Scott Malone 1993 Kemp Laidley 1994 Shannon Coulter 1995 Sam Lunsford 1996 Sam Lunsford 1997 Sam Lunsford 1998 Jeff Yarbrough 1999 Eric McLamore 2000 Erick Macha 2001 Erick Macha 2002 Terry Trofholz 2003 Terry Trofholz 2004 Ramon Moses 2005 Shelby Ford 2006 Ryan Pack 2007 Clint Arnold 2008 Clint Arnold 2009 Matt Vern

12 4 8 6 5 10 12 29 17 8 19 11 15 16 13 23 8 8 20 23 33 34 11 44 43 9 11 13 13 20 32 17 25 17 16 18 22 19 23 12 16 13 16 16

TOP 10 TEAMS BATTING AVERAGE 1. 1997.............................................. .324 2. 1986.............................................. .321 3. 1996.............................................. .320 4. 1974.............................................. .313 5. 2006.............................................. .311 6. 2007............................................... .310 2005.............................................. .310 8. 2001.............................................. .309 9. 2009...................................... .308 1999.............................................. .308 1998.............................................. .308 1994.............................................. .308 RUNS 1. 1996................................................ 538 2. 1994................................................ 486 3. 1998................................................ 481 4. 1999................................................ 473 5. 2007................................................ 458 6. 2005................................................ 454 7. 1997................................................ 437 8. 2006................................................ 431 9. 2004................................................ 427 10. 1986................................................ 421 RUNS PER GAME 1. 1971............................................... 9.73 2. 1998............................................... 8.59 3. 1997............................................... 8.25 4. 1999............................................... 8.12 5. 1994............................................... 8.10 6. 1996............................................... 8.03 7. 2005............................................... 7.44 8. 2007............................................... 7.39 9. 2009....................................... 7.21 10. 1993............................................... 7.09 RUNS BATTED IN 1. 1996................................................ 478 2. 1998................................................ 440 3. 1999................................................ 435 4. 1994................................................ 434 5. 2007................................................ 411 2005................................................ 411 7. 2006................................................ 397 8. 1997................................................ 391 9. 2004................................................ 380 10. 2009........................................ 375 2008................................................ 375 HITS 1. 1996................................................ 739 2. 2005................................................ 680 3. 2007................................................ 672 4. 2006................................................ 669 5. 2004................................................ 660 6. 2008................................................ 647 7. 2001................................................ 635 8. 1999................................................ 623 9. 2009........................................ 621 10. 1994................................................ 619 DOUBLES 1. 1996................................................ 151 2. 2005................................................ 144 3. 2007................................................ 135 4. 2009........................................ 134 2008................................................ 134 6. 1999................................................ 130 7. 2006................................................ 124 8. 1994................................................ 120 9. 2004................................................ 119 10. 2003................................................ 117 2001................................................ 117 HOME RUNS 1. 1998...................................................76 2. 2005...................................................75 1997...................................................75 4. 2004...................................................73 5. 1994...................................................69 6. 2009.......................................... 67 7. 1999...................................................66 8. 2007...................................................64 9. 2003...................................................60 10. 1989...................................................59 STOLEN BASES 1. 1996................................................ 134 2. 1990................................................ 133 3. 1989................................................ 108 4. 1986................................................ 101 5. 1995...................................................99 6. 1998...................................................98 1984...................................................98 8. 2002...................................................88 9. 1987...................................................86 10. 2003...................................................79


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

ERA W-L-T CG SHO Svs 2.50 21-9-1 13 3 N/A 1.99 20-9-1 17 5 N/A 2.83 20-9-0 6 3 N/A 2.78 22-8-0 9 2 N/A 3.18 17--15-0 14 7 N/A 3.70 22-19-0 21 6 N/A 1.71 29-13-0 33 10 N/A 2.19 31-12-0 25 7 N/A 4.24 31-17-0 25 3 N/A 4.64 29-17 17 9 N/A 4.50 22-24-0 19 4 N/A 5.49 22-22-1 26 4 N/A 6.13 17-29-1 19 1 N/A 5.37 21-24-0 11 1 6 5.22 19-28-2 19 3 5 3.81 27-19-0 26 4 2 5.07 16-25-2 7 2 1 5.20 26-25-0 13 6 4 4.85 25-22-0 12 3 3 4.00 35-17-0 14 4 9 5.54 31-29 -0 9 4 11 6.01 24-35-0 14 4 4 4.40 27-32-0 28 3 1 5.13 37-22-0 18 4 9 5.91 27-32-0 12 2 4 4.69 34-25-0 11 5 10 4.89 25-30-0 4 1 16 3.80 34-22-0 12 16 12 4.47 38-22-0 1 2 13 5.35 27-29-0 10 1 7 6.02 34-33-0 10 2 9 6.19 26--27-0 8 0 7 6.84 33-23-0 8 2 10 5.81 32-26-0 7 2 10 5.53 22-34-0 4 2 9 5.39 32-28-0 3 3 8 5.09 30-29-0 8 5 9 4.44 35-22-0 6 6 5 5.17 39-26-0 3 2 14 4.01 41-20-0 7 8 6 4.52 39-23-0 3 3 21 3.95 48-14-0 0 3 17 3.63 44-19-0 3 2 13 4.24 40-18-0 1 3 15

VICTORIES 1966 Tommy Gramly 1967 Mickey McCarty 1968 Chuck Machemehl 1969 Jerome Hall 1970 Rod Monahan 1971 Earl Wallace 1972 Frank Johnstone 1973 Frank Johnstone 1974 Frank Johnstone 1975 Reuben Tomlin 1976 Chris Kies Greg Kruciak Chad Utley 1977 Kenneth Benedict 1978 Cameron Young 1979 Mark Heinitz David Novey Cameron Young 1980 Cameron Young 1981 Jeff Long 1982 Joel Perlman 1983 Brian Ohnoutka 1984 Wayne Stephens 1985 Sam Booker Dwayne Williams 1986 Dwayne Williams 1987 Tim Mauser 1988 Tim Mauser 1989 Kerry Knox 1990 Britt Shoptaw Jared Shope 1991 Travis Barr 1992 Craig Farmer Reid Ryan 1993 Jeff Zimmerman 1994 Clay Caruthers 1995 Scott Atchison 1996 Flint Wallace 1997 David Meyer 1998 Shawn Thompson Heath Collins 1999 Scott Atchison 2000 Shawn Thompson 2001 Chris Bradshaw 2002 Clayton Jerome 2003 Clayton Jerome

9 10 7 8 5 8 11 9 11 10 4 4 4 8 6 3 3 3 5 6 5 7 6 7 7 7 4 7 10 7 7 8 5 5 8 8 7 10 8 8 8 10 7 8 9 9

IP 281.0 258.1 245.0 246.0 257.1 296.1 326.1 332.1 367.0 362.2 354.0 347.1 350.2 332.0 362.1 344.2 320.0 396.1 376.1 396.0 474.0 462.0 427.2 459.2 473.2 478.0 459.2 464.2 507.0 454.0 561.0 449.0 486.2 512.1 481.2 514.0 504.1 490.0 567.2 540.2 549.1 552.0 567.1 517.2

2004 Clayton Jerome Eugene Espineli 2005 Lance Broadway 2006 Jake Arrieta 2007 Chris Johnson 2008 Andrew Cashner 2009 Paul Gerrish Kyle Winkler EARNED RUN AVG. 1966 Tommy Gramly 1967 Mickey McCarty 1968 Chuck Machemehl 1969 Jerome Hall 1970 Rod Monahan 1971 Frank Johnstone 1972 Frank Johnstone 1973 Tom Ladasau 1974 Frank Johnstone 1975 Ricky Means 1976 Kenneth Benedict 1977 Kenneth Benedict 1978 Cameron Young 1979 Mark Heinitz 1980 Randal Rodriguez 1981 Greg Moore 1982 Carlos Barrett 1983 Brian Ohnoutka 1984 Wayne Stephens 1985 Sam Booker 1986 Glen Serviente 1987 Steve Callarman 1988 Tim Mauser 1989 Kerry Knox 1990 Britt Shoptaw 1991 Jared Shope 1992 Tim Grieve 1993 Kelly Johns 1994 Jeff Baker 1995 Derek Lee 1996 Derek Lee 1997 David Meyer 1998 Shawn Thompson 1999 Scott Atchison 2000 Shawn Thompson 2001 Stan Newton 2002 Josh Gardner

H 192 187 204 210 222 282 237 275 364 380 377 432 427 364 417 316 342 456 431 397 514 552 503 505 564 515 467 467 561 494 646 579 600 629 583 608 560 532 670 523 552 569 545 513 9 9 15 14 11 9 7 7 1.11 1.50 1.69 1.64 1.46 1.81 1.26 1.72 2.56 3.53 3.11 3.61 4.44 1.31 2.59 3.12 3.43 3.75 4.02 2.68 3.57 4.76 3.13 3.54 3.80 4.03 3.25 3.76 2.61 3.92 5.04 4.45 5.26 2.58 4.30 3.94 2.51

H/9 6.1 6.5 7.5 7.7 7.8 8.6 6.6 7.5 9.0 9.4 9.6 11.2 11.0 9.9 10.4 8.3 9.6 10.4 10.3 9.0 9.8 10.8 10.6 9.9 10.7 9.7 9.2 9.1 10.0 10.4 11.6 11.1 11.1 11.0 10.6 10.0 9.7 10.6 10.6 8.7 9.0 9.3 8.7 8.9 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

R 103 81 110 125 122 154 89 111 209 233 215 268 298 247 273 183 230 309 276 222 360 379 313 317 407 312 320 259 326 343 464 400 409 406 358 350 329 294 389 310 327 286 255 280

ER 78 57 77 76 91 122 62 81 173 187 177 212 239 198 210 146 178 229 203 176 292 308 231 262 311 249 250 196 252 270 375 309 370 331 296 308 285 242 326 241 276 242 229 244

BB BB/9 SO SO/9 127 4.1 289 9.3 136 4.7 185 6.5 117 4.3 188 6.9 152 5.6 197 7.2 129 4.5 192 6.7 148 4.5 237 7.2 106 3.0 251 6.9 112 3.0 237 6.4 166 4.1 200 4.9 196 4.9 209 5.2 156 4.0 214 5.4 166 4.3 191 5.0 217 5.6 177 4.5 201 5.4 226 6.1 199 5.0 211 5.2 190 5.0 199 5.2 212 6.0 194 5.5 307 7.0 200 4.5 185 4.4 288 6.9 221 5.0 311 7.1 338 6.4 327 6.2 285 5.6 370 7.2 223 4.7 397 8.4 202 4.0 315 6.2 248 4.7 397 7.6 225 4.2 339 6.4 238 4.7 317 6.2 203 4.0 415 8.0 219 3.9 391 7.0 212 4.2 396 7.9 320 5.1 431 7.0 199 4.0 358 7.2 234 4.3 436 8.1 216 3.8 468 8.2 210 4.0 351 6.6 155 2.7 405 7.1 204 3.6 340 6.1 178 3.3 422 7.8 195 3.1 456 7.2 251 4.2 544 9.1 251 4.1 547 9.0 227 3.7 484 7.9 197 3.1 420 6.7 186 3.2 404 7.0

Clayton Jerome Robbie Findlay Lance Broadway Jake Arrieta Sam Demel Trent Appleby Eric Marshall

STRIKEOUTS 1966 Tommy Gramly 1967 Mickey McCarty 1968 Chuck Machemehl 1969 Rick Rickard 1970 Rod Monahan 1971 Earl Wallace 1972 Frank Johnstone 1973 Frank Johnstone 1974 Frank Johnstone 1975 Reuben Tomlin 1976 Steve Hill 1977 Kenneth Benedict 1978 Cameron Young 1979 Glen Pierce 1980 Cameron Young 1981 Greg Moore 1982 Joel Perlman 1983 Brian Ohnoutka 1984 Brian Ohnoutka M. Kazmierski 1985 Brian Ohnoutka 1986 Dwayne Williams 1987 John Briscoe 1988 Tim Mauser 1989 Kerry Knox 1990 David Bentancourt 1991 Travis Barr 1992 Kelly Johns 1993 Kelly Johns 1994 Jeff Baker Reid Ryan 1995 Scott Atchison Flint Wallace Toby Dollar 1996 Flint Wallace 1997 Derek Lee 1998 Shawn Thompson 1999 Scott Atchison

2.34 2.73 1.62 2.35 2.17 2.31 1.48 107 81 62 53 43 70 83 76 85 48 39 45 47 33 41 50 43 63 79 79 85 55 81 120 97 78 76 49 88 75 75 69 69 69 84 79 108 115

2B 30 26 30 N/A 22 35 29 35 38 21 61 77 63 64 75 48 54 80 79 70 87 98 77 72 99 86 99 86 101 75 118 111 117 128 107 137 114 98 133 95 97 100 95 93

2000 Shawn Thompson 2001 Chris Bradshaw 2002 Clayton Jerome 2003 Clayton Jerome 2004 Clayton Jerome 2005 Lance Broadway 2006 Brad Furnish 2007 Jake Arrieta 2008 Andrew Cashner 2009 Paul Gerrish

3B 4 5 12 N/A 7 12 5 7 14 13 10 13 11 15 15 11 8 15 10 12 15 9 11 21 20 15 18 12 17 24 25 13 17 27 17 16 7 12 18 11 17 13 20 19

76 93 74 106 89 151 125 93 80 59

INNINGS PITCHED 1966 Tommy Gramly 113.2 1967 Mickey McCarty 114.1 1968 Chuck Machemehl 90.1 1969 Jerome Hall 55.0 1970 Rod Monahan 68.0 1971 Earl Wallace 84.0 1972 Frank Johnstone 100.1 1973 Frank Johnstone 100.0 1974 Frank Johnstone 108.1 1975 Reuben Tomlin 92.0 1976 Greg Kruciak 66.2 1977 Kenneth Benedict 94.2 1978 Reuben Tomlin 82.2 1979 David Novey 54.0 1980 Greg Meyer 82.1 1981 Greg Moore 80.2 1982 Chris Leiss 69.2 1983 Brian Ohnoutka 84.0 1984 Brian Ohnoutka 88.2 1985 Brian Ohnoutka 84.2 1986 Scott Deskins 67.1 1987 John Briscoe 95.0 1988 Tim Mauser 103.2 1989 Kerry Knox 112.1 1990 Britt Shoptaw 97.0 1991 Travis Barr 99.2 1992 Jon Mock 77.3 1993 Kelly Johns 91.0 1994 Reid Ryan 96.0 1995 Toby Dollar 92.1 1996 Flint Wallace 109.1 1997 David Meyer 91.0 1998 Shawn Thompson 114.2 1999 Scott Atchison 101.0 2000 Shawn Thompson 111.0

HR B/Avg. HBP 7 .190 10 8 .206 10 14 .215 7 N/A N/A N/A 9 .233 12 11 .241 13 5 .193 2 5 .224 6 21 .255 10 16 .265 16 27 .280 12 31 .300 11 48 .301 11 25 .278 5 31 .286 12 21 .246 20 16 .274 10 40 .288 10 29 .284 19 36 .260 13 52 .280 23 55 .292 24 42 .268 22 34 .274 29 52 .288 34 23 .276 48 31 .262 38 28 .263 25 55 .284 36 31 .272 43 54 .289 55 51 .312 36 75 .307 45 59 .301 49 25 .300 55 43 .295 58 56 .282 38 36 .276 41 49 .296 50 29 .251 44 36 .262 48 27 .269 50 24 .258 80 34 .265 56

TOP 10 TEAMS EARNED RUN AVG. 1. 1972............................................... 1.71 2. 1967............................................... 1.99 3. 1973............................................... 2.19 4. 1966............................................... 2.50 5. 1969............................................... 2.78 6. 1968............................................... 2.83 7. 1970............................................... 3.18 8. 2008............................................... 3.63 9. 1971............................................... 3.70 10. 1993............................................... 3.80 STRIKEOUTS 1. 2006................................................ 547 2. 2005................................................ 544 3. 2007................................................ 484 4. 1999................................................ 468 5. 2004................................................ 456 6. 1998................................................ 436 7. 1996................................................ 431 8. 2003................................................ 422 9. 2008................................................ 420 10. 1993................................................ 415 STRIKEOUTS/9 1. 1966..................................................9.3 2. 2005..................................................9.1 3. 2006..................................................9.0 4. 1988..................................................8.4 5. 1999..................................................8.2 6. 1998..................................................8.1 7. 1993..................................................8.0 8. 2007..................................................7.9 1995..................................................7.9 10. 2003..................................................7.8 FEWEST WALKS 1. 1973................................................ 106 2. 1974................................................ 112 3. 1968................................................ 117 4. 1966................................................ 127 5. 1970................................................ 129 6. 1967................................................ 136 7. 1971................................................ 148 8. 1969................................................ 152 9. 2001................................................ 155 10. 1976................................................ 156

2001 Chris Bradshaw 2002 Clayton Jerome 2003 Clayton Jerome 2004 Clayton Jerome 2005 Lance Broadway 2006 Jake Arrieta 2007 Jake Arrieta 2008 Tyler Lockwood 2009 Kyle Winkler

101.0 110.2 111.2 110.2 117.0 111.1 98.2 104.2 73.2

SAVES 1979 Brian Comes 1980 Tim Hayes 1981 David Shelburn 1982 David Shelburn 1983 Mark Strickland 1984 Brian Ohnoutka 1985 Kight Higgins 1986 Jim Bane 1987 Brian Veilleux 1988 Kerry Knox 1989 Travis Barr 1990 Travis Barr 1991 Travis Barr 1992 Chris Eddy 1993 Tim Grieve 1994 Tim Grieve 1995 Scott Atchison 1996 Erik Brown 1997 Ryan Walter Aaron Carruth Jeff Shaddix 1998 Jeff Shaddix 1999 Mark Hamilton 2000 Stan Newton Chad Durham 2001 Stan Newton 2002 Chris Osentowski 2003 Robbie Findlay Ryan Weems 2004 Robbie Findlay 2005 Shawn Ferguson 2006 Sam Demel 2007 Sam Demel 2008 Andrew Cashner 2009 Eric Marshall

3 2 2 1 3 2 3 5 2 1 5 4 6 6 4 10 3 4 2 2 2 7 3 3 3 7 3 2 2 11 3 6 13 9 9

FEWEST WALKS/9 1. 2001..................................................2.7 2. 1972..................................................3.0 1973..................................................3.0 4. 2008..................................................3.1 2004..................................................3.1 6. 2009......................................... 3.2 7. 2003..................................................3.3 8. 2002..................................................3.6 9. 2007..................................................3.7 10. 1999..................................................3.8 LOWEST OPP. BATTING AVG. 1. 1966.............................................. .190 2. 1972.............................................. .193 3. 1967.............................................. .206 4. 1968.............................................. .215 5. 1973.............................................. .224 6. 1970 .............................................. .233 7. 1971.............................................. .241 8. 1981 ............................................. .246 9. 2005.............................................. .251 10. 1974.............................................. .255 SAVES 1. 2006...................................................21 2. 2007...................................................17 3. 1992...................................................16 4. 2009.......................................... 15 5. 2004...................................................14 6. 2008...................................................13 1994...................................................13 8. 1993...................................................12 9. 1986...................................................11 10. 1999...................................................10 1998...................................................10 1991...................................................10 FEWEST HITS/9 1. 1966..................................................6.1 2. 1967..................................................6.5 3. 1972..................................................6.6 4. 1973..................................................7.5 1968..................................................7.5 6. 1969..................................................7.7 7. 1970..................................................7.8 8. 1981..................................................8.3 9. 1971..................................................8.6 10. 2008..................................................8.7 2005..................................................8.7

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Date Pitcher(s) 1954 Robert McDaniel 2-22-72 Jess Cole 3-28-72 Sonny Cason Jess Cole 3-4-75 Reuben Tomlin 3-17-85 Kight Higgins 2-7-95 Toby Dollar Derek Lee Scott Atchison Flint Wallace 3-23-01 Chris Bradshaw 2-19-06 Brad Furnish 4-10-09 Walker Kelly Taylor Cragin Tyler Lockwood Eric Marshall

Innings Opponent 5 Rice 7 UT Arlington 5 South Dakota State 2 7 Texas Lutheran 7 Southwestern 3 Abilene Christian 2 2 2 9 Hawaii-Hilo 7 Stephen F. Austin 4 UT Pan American 2 2 1

Perfect Game John Grace

7 IP • 4 Ks • 0 BB 4-8-72 vs. UT Pan American * First and only perfect game in TCU baseball history. UTPA TCU

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 x 2 8 W - Grace (3-1) L - Newman

Seven Hits In One Game Brad Wallace

tcu ONE-Hitters Date Pitcher(s) 1954 Tommy Hill 3-25-70 Bob Shaw 3-6-73 Frank Johnstone 2-25-75 Ed Owens 3-21-78 Greg Meyer 2-25-84 Wayne Stephens Dan Critser Bryan Ballantyne John Partridge Micky Kazmierski 3-17-85 Brian Ohnoutka 3-11-86 Dwayne Williams 2-24-90 Britt Shoptaw 4-21-90 Jared Shope 3-6-93 Jeff Zimmerman 1-27-96 David Meyer Scott Atchison 3-12-96 Derek Lee Erik Brown 4-6-96 Derek Lee 4-11-09 Greg Holle Sean Hoelscher Kaleb Merck Derek VerHagen

Innings Opponent 7 Rice 9 SMU 7 Texas Wesleyan 7 UT-Arlington 7 Kent 2 Trinity 2 1 1 1 7 Southwestern 9 Oklahoma City 7 College of the Southwest 7 Texas A&M 7 College of the Southwest 5 Hawaii-Hilo 4 5 Sam Houston State 2 7 Baylor 3 UT Pan American 3 2 1

THREE HOME RUN GAMES Date Player Opponent Final Score 4-4-61 Leon Blaze Texas L 15-13 2-23-88 Brad Firestone North Texas W 18-0 4-24-90 Paul Gonzalez Dallas Baptist W 8-7 3-6-91 Chris Thomsen Northeast Louisiana W 10-1 4-27-97 Mark Silva New Mexico W 13-5 4-18-98 Royce Huffman San Diego State W 17-7 5-14-98 Chris Connally Rice L 10-5 3-4-03 Jake Duncan Oklahoma L 13-6 4-30-04 Kyle Dahlberg Louisville W 18-11 4-23-05 Austin Adams Charlotte W 27-7

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7-for-7 • 3 2B • 1 3B 4 RBI • 4 Runs 3-6-96 vs. Maine

1st — Singled and scored 2nd — Singled, 2 RBI, scored 3rd — Doubled and scored 4th — Singled, RBI 5th — Tripled 6th — Doubled 7th — Doubled, RBI, scored

Home Run Cycle Chris Thomsen

5 HR • 3-1-91 vs. NE Louisiana (DH) Game 1: 3-for-4, 3 HR, 6 RBI Game 2: 2-for-3, 2 HR, 5 RBI Game One 1st — Inside-the-Park HR 2nd — 3-run HR 4th — 2-run HR 6th — Flied to right

Game Two 2nd — Walked 4th — Solo HR 6th — Grand Slam 8th — Flied to right


2010 Baseball postseason team awards Garry Williams Most Valuable Player

1987...................................... Fred Benavides, SS 1988.............................................. Steve Stone, C 1989.....................................Tom Hardgrove, 1B 1990............................................. Mike Losa, OF 1991......................................Chris Thomsen, 1B 1992......................................... Scott Malone, 1B 1993.................................... Johnny Cardenas, C 1994...................................Shannon Coulter, SS 1995...........................................Kerby Smith, 3B 1996.......................................... Brad Wallace, 2B 1997.....................................Chris Connally, OF 1998.....................................Royce Huffman, 3B 1999.....................................Royce Huffman, 3B 2000........................................... Erick Macha, SS 2001............................................. Tom Bates, OF 2002......................................Terry Trofholz, OF 2003........... Mike Settle, 3B; Justin Hatcher, C 2004..................................... Chad Huffman, OF 2005...................................... Lance Broadway, P 2006.....................................Chad Huffman, UT 2007.......................................Austin Adams, OF 2008......................................... Clint Arnold, OF 2009............................. Matt Carpenter, 3B

Matt Carpenter

OUTSTANDING PITCHER

1987..................................................John Briscoe 1988...................................................Tim Mauser 1989................................................... Kerry Knox 1990................................................Britt Shoptaw 1991......................................David Bentancourt 1992....................................................... Jon Mock 1993.................................................... Kelly Johns 1994....................................................Tim Grieve 1995.................................................Flint Wallace 1996......................................................Derek Lee 1997................................................. David Meyer 1998........................................Shawn Thompson 1999.............................................. Scott Atchison 2000.........Shawn Thompson; Chris Bradshaw 2001.................................................Stan Newton 2002............................................ Clayton Jerome 2003............................................ Clayton Jerome 2004.............................................Robbie Findlay 2005...........................................Lance Broadway 2006....................................................Jake Arrieta 2007....................................................Sam Demel 2008......... Andrew Cashner; Tyler Lockwood 2009........................................ Paul Gerrish

Paul Gerrish

ben dyess leading hitter

1987........................................Lew Williams, OF 1988..........................................Paul Gonzalez, C 1989.....................................Tom Hardgrove, 1B 1990........................................ Scott Malone, OF 1991......................................Chris Thomsen, 1B 1992......................................... Scott Malone, 1B 1993........................................Adam Robson, 1B 1994.................................... Darren Tawwater, C 1995......................................Jason McClure, OF 1996............................................ Ryan Dunn, RF 1997.....................................Chris Connally, OF 1998.....................................Royce Huffman, 3B 1999......................................Royce Huffman 3B 2000.............................Mark Hamilton, OF/1B 2001........................................... Erick Macha, SS 2002......................................Terry Trofholz, OF 2003.......................................... Jake Duncan, RF 2004..................................... Chad Huffman, OF 2005.............................................Shelby Ford, IF 2006.....................................Chad Huffman, UT 2007........................................Keith Conlon, OF 2008......................................... Clint Arnold, OF 2009......................................Matt Vern, OF

Matt Vern

frank windegger fightin’ frog award

1987................................................ Rob Jones, IF 1988.............................................. Steve Stone, C 1989.......................................Terry Mooney, OF 1990.......... Paul Gonzalez, 3B; Jeff Stanley, LF 1991................................................Kyle Caple, C 1992............................................. Mike Losa, OF 1993.........................................Kemp Laidley, SS 1994....................................... Shawn Stanek, OF 1995.......................................Sam Lunsford, OF 1996.......................................Sam Lunsford, OF 1997................................Sam Lunsford, OF/2B 1998........................................ Sam Lunsford, 2B 1999.....................................Brad Rogers, OF/C 2000........................................Levi Groomer, 3B 2001................................................Jason Price, C 2002...................................Marshall Wilson, OF 2003.......................................... Chris Meeks, LF 2004....................................... Ramon Moses, 2B 2005...............................Stuart Musslewhite, SS 2006..........................................Bryan Kervin, SS 2007.......................................... Steven Trout, 3B 2008............................................ Dillon Farish, P 2009............................. Ben Carruthers, 2B

Ben Carruthers

OUTSTANDING DEFENSIVE PLAYER

1987.............................................. Steve Stone, C 1988............................................. Mike Losa, OF 1989............................................... Brad Owen, P 1990................................................Kyle Caple, C 1991........................................ Rick Hinojosa, SS 1992............................................ Scott Chalk, 3B 1993......................................... David Ziegler, 3B 1994...................................Shannon Coulter, SS 1995.............................................Casey Smith, C 1996......................................... Jef Yarbrough, SS 1997........................................David Wallace, 1B 1998......................................... Jef Yarbrough, SS 1999........................................David Wallace, 1B 2000............................................. Brad Rogers, C 2001............ Rudy Rivera, CF; Mike Settle, 3B 2002.......... Will Lewis, 2B; Levi Robinson, SS 2003.............................................. Will Lewis, 2B 2004......................................... Kyle Dahlberg, C 2005......................................... Kyle Dahlberg, C 2006....................................... Andrew Walker, C 2007......................................Ben Carruthers, 2B 2008......................................Ben Carruthers, 2B 2009................................ Bryan Holaday, C

Bryan Holaday

STEVE MACKO SCHOLAR-ATHLETE AWARD

1995................................................. Brad Wallace 1996................................................. Brad Wallace 1997................................................. Jay Boehmke Ryan Walter 1998...............................................David Wallace 1999......................................................Tom Bates 2000.................................................Josh Gardner 2001...................................................Cade Harris 2002.................................................Josh Gardner 2003.........................................................Jeff Reed 2004............................................... Austin Adams 2005............................................... Austin Adams 2006............................................... Austin Adams 2007............................................... Austin Adams 2008..................................................Clint Arnold 2009.......................................Eric Marshall

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TCU Horned Frogs YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 21-9-1 (SWC 11-6-1) 1966 1969 Frank Windegger SWC QUAD CHAMPIONS

Feb 24 25 Mar 4 8 9 14 15 18 19 22 23 26 30 30 31 Apr 1 2 5 6 8 9 15 16 18 22 23 May 3 3 6 7 14

Univ. of Dallas Univ. of Dallas Trinity Univ. Sam Houston St. Sam Houston St. @ Sam Houston St. @ Rice* Abilene Christian Baylor* Arkansas @ Texas* SMU* Kansas State Kansas State Kansas State @ Baylor* @ Baylor* Loyola Loyola Texas Tech* Texas Tech* Rice* Rice* Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M* Texas* Texas* @ SMU* @ SMU* Texas A&M*

1967

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

20-9-1 (SWC 10-5) Frank Windegger

SWC CO-CHAMPIONS

Mar 11 14 18 Apr 1 7 8 11 14 15 21 22 28 29 May 5 6

Univ. of Dallas Univ. of Dallas Sul Ross Sul Ross Texas Tech Texas Tech @ Texas A&M* @ SMU* Trinity Trinity (13) @ Baylor* @ LSU @ LSU @ Loyola @ Loyola Missouri Missouri Missouri Texas* SMU* SMU* (10) Rice* Texas A&M* Texas A&M* @ Texas* @ Texas* (10) @ Rice* (12) @ Rice* Baylor* Baylor*

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

15-7 28-0 4-2 5-3 3-1 4-2 6-0 7-5 6-7 1-1 3-5 8-0 1-3 5-6 5-1 3-1 17-4 2-4 0-1 5-0 0-1 6-1 3-2 4-2 4-7 5-3 8-9 3-1 12-2 9-0

20-9 (SWC 13-5, 2nd) Frank Windegger Tarleton State W 3-1 Tarleton State W 18-3 @ Texas* W 10-9 @ Trinity L 0-3 @ Trinity L 2-4 Baylor* W 6-5 @ Rice* L 5-7 Texas A&M* L 1-4 @ SMU* W 5-4 @ SMU* W 4-0 vs. SMU* W 9-8 Sam Houston St. W 6-4 Sam Houston St. L 3-11 @ Texas A&M* L 3-16 @ Texas A&M* L 0-2 St. Thomas W 15-1 St. Thomas L 2-4 Rice* W 9-5 Rice* W 9-2 Abilene Christian W 9-0 Centenary W 16-2 Centenary W 3-1 Texas* W 7-5 Texas* L 3-4 @ Baylor* W 8-4 @ Baylor* W 5-2 Texas Tech* W 3-0 Texas Tech* W 7-2 Texas Tech* W 6-2

1968

Feb 27 27 Mar 5 6 7 9 12 16 22 22 25 26 26 29 30 Apr 3 4 5 6 11 19 20 26 27 May 3 3 4

9-2 14-1 5-11 7-2 1-0 5-3 5-0 24-1 4-7 14-7 6-2 1-8 1-3 6-1 6-8 9-1 7-1 12-1 16-6 4-3 5-4 8-1 0-4 3-3 10-6 5-3 1-2 1-2 7-8 8-2 4-0

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Mar 7 8 18 18 21 21 22 28 28 29 31 31 Apr 1 4 4 5 18 18 19 21 May 2 2 3

22-8 (SWC 9-6, 2nd) Frank Windegger UT-Arlington W 18-2 UT-Arlington W 11-5 Abilene Christian W 10-1 Abilene Christian W 9-5 @ Texas* L 3-7 @ Texas* L 6-8 @ Texas* L 5-7 Texas A&M* W 7-6 Texas A&M* L 5-8 Texas A&M* W 10-2 Sam Houston St. L 1-8 Sam Houston St. L 3-5 Sam Houston St. W 6-5 Baylor* W 6-1 Baylor* W 4-3 Baylor* W 10-4 SMU* L 0-5 SMU* W 4-3 SMU* W 6-5 Arkansas W 14-13 Texas Wesleyan W 12-3 UT-Pan Am W 11-6 Texas Wesleyan W 5-2 St. Thomas W 4-0 St. Thomas W 3-2 St. Thomas W 1-0 St. Thomas W 4-0 @ Texas Tech* W 6-4 @ Texas Tech* L 1-4 @ Texas Tech* W 10-3

17-15 (SWC 9-8, 4th) Frank Windegger Univ. of Dallas W 10-1 @ Arizona W 4-3 @ Arizona L 6-7 @ Arizona L 6-9 @ Arizona L 3-4 @ Arizona L 2-5 Rice* W 10-1 Rice* L 6-8 Rice* W 10-6 @ SMU* L 0-1 @ SMU* W 1-0 @ SMU* W 2-0 Texas Wesleyan W 11-4 Texas Wesleyan W 4-0 @ Baylor* W 9-5 @ Baylor* L 5-7 @ Baylor* W 3-1 @ UT-Arlington L 7-8 @ UT-Arlington W 3-0 Texas Tech* W 1-0 Texas Tech* W 2-1 Texas Tech* L 4-7 UT-Arlington W 7-2 UT-Pan Am L 0-2 Sam Houston St. L 0-4 Sam Houston St. W 10-8 Texas* L 0-2 Texas* L 0-14 Texas Wesleyan W 9-0 Texas A&M* L 2-3 Texas A&M* L 0-3 Texas A&M* W 1-0 22-19 (SWC 9-8, 4th) Frank Windegger Dallas Baptist W 1-0 Dallas Baptist L 0-4 UT-Arlington W 6-2 UT-Arlington W 9-0 UT-Arlington L 2-3 UT-Arlington W 9-1 Southwestern W 21-5 Southwestern W 10-3 @ UT-Pan Am L 4-9 @ UT-Pan Am L 2-5 @ UT-Pan Am W 9-8 @ UT-Pan Am L 1-6 Kansas State W 7-0 Kansas State W 9-1 @ Rice* W 6-5 @ Rice* L 0-1 @ Rice* W 7-5 SE Oklahoma L 1-2 SE Oklahoma L 2-8 Texas Wesleyan L 5-6 Texas Wesleyan L 2-5 Baylor* W 5-0 Baylor* W 6-2 Baylor* L 6-8 Sam Houston St. L 1-3 Sam Houston St. L 2-4 @ Texas* L 4-13 @ Texas* L 0-6 @ Texas* L 5-11 Creighton W 5-0 Creighton W 9-2 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4

1970

Mar 9 11 12 13 14 14 23 23 24 25 25 26 Apr 1 1 4 5 5 7 7 10 10 11 13 20 22 22 24 24 May 1 1 2

1971

Mar 4 4 5 5 6 6 9 9 12 12 13 13 16 16 19 20 20 23 23 24 24 26 26 27 30 30 Apr 1 1 2 12 12 13

13 19 19 23 23 24 30 30 May 1

Texas Wesleyan SMU* SMU* Texas A&M* Texas A&M* Texas A&M* @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech*

1972

W W W W W W L L L

29-3 (SWC 12-6) Frank Windegger

SWC CO-CHAMPIONS

Feb 22 22 25 25 26 26 Mar 3 3 4 4 7 7 10 10 11 11 17 17 18 24 24 25 28 28 31 31 Apr 1 4 4 7 7 8 8 14 14 15 21 21 22 May 1 2 2

UT-Arlington UT-Arlington Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Texas Wesleyan Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Iowa State Univ. of Dallas Univ. of Dallas NE Louisiana NE Louisiana NE Louisiana NE Louisiana @ Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M* Texas Tech* Texas Tech* Texas Tech* South Dakota St. South Dakota St. Rice* Rice* Rice* Creighton Creighton UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am @ Baylor* @ Baylor* @ Baylor* Texas* Texas* Texas* SMU* SMU* SMU*

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

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

31-12 (SWC 12-7, 2nd) Frank Windegger Trinity W 5-4 Trinity L 0-2 Texas Wesleyan L 2-5 Texas Wesleyan L 5-8 Univ. of Dallas W 8-4 Univ. of Dallas W 19-4 UT-Arlington L 1-2 UT-Arlington W 6-1 St. Mary’s (Texas) W 2-0 St. Mary’s (Texas) W 4-1 Texas Wesleyan W 5-0 Texas Wesleyan W 3-2 Kearney State W 1-0 Kearney State W 13-2 Kearney State W 11-3 Kearney State W 5-1 @ Texas* L 3-4 @ Texas* L 4-9 @ Texas* L 0-4 Kent State W 4-1 Kent State W 10-1 Houston* L 3-5 Houston* W 6-0 Houston* W 12-7 NE Louisiana W 2-0 NE Louisiana W 2-0 Baylor* W 12-2 Baylor* W 18-2 Texas A&M* L 0-1 Texas A&M* W 3-1 Texas A&M* W 4-3 UT-Pan Am W 5-2 UT-Pan Am W 4-3 @ Rice* W 5-4 @ Rice* W 11-1 SMU* W 3-1 SMU* W 4-1 SMU* W 6-2 UT-Arlington W 3-2 UT-Arlington L 2-8 @ Texas Tech* W 9-0 @ Texas Tech* L 4-5 @ Texas Tech* L 0-4

1973

Feb 24 24 25 25 27 27 Mar 2 2 3 3 6 6 9 9 10 10 16 16 17 20 20 22 22 24 27 27 31 31 Apr 6 7 7 9 9 13 13 20 20 21 23 23 27 28 28

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

TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

31-17 (SWC 14-10, 3rd) Frank Windegger @ UT-Arlington W 5-0 @ UT-Arlington W 4-3 UT-Arlington L 0-3 UT-Arlington W 6-3 Texas Wesleyan W 7-2 Texas Wesleyan W 10-3 Texas Wesleyan L 6-9 Texas Wesleyan W 16-5 Texas Tech* W 12-3 Texas Tech* L 0-8 Texas Tech* W 4-3 Oklahoma L 8-12 Oklahoma L 4-5 @ Houston* W 10-0 @ Houston* W 4-2 @ Houston* L 4-7 Kearney State W 9-2 Kearney State W 10-1 Rice* L 0-4 Rice* W 1-0 Rice* W 9-1 Nebraska W 14-6 Nebraska W 10-3 @ Baylor* W 15-4 @ Baylor* L 0-4 @ Baylor* W 8-6 Kent State W 2-1 Kent State W 5-4 @ Texas A&M* L 1-4 @ Texas A&M* L 4-5 @ Texas A&M* L 8-16 Texas Lutheran W 4-0 Texas Lutheran W 8-4 UT-Pan Am W 8-3 UT-Pan Am W 7-2 UT-Pan Am W 10-1 UT-Pan Am L 10-11 Arkansas* W 8-2 Arkansas* W 6-5 Arkansas* W 6-3 @ Oklahoma L 3-7 @ Oklahoma L 11-14 Texas* L 2-5 Texas* L 4-10 Texas* L 2-8 @ SMU* W 7-2 @ SMU* W 17-2 @ SMU* W 6-1

1974

Feb 16 16 19 19 22 22 23 23 Mar 1 2 2 5 5 8 9 9 12 12 14 15 15 19 19 22 23 23 26 26 29 30 30 Apr 2 2 5 5 6 6 12 13 13 16 16 19 20 20 26 27 27

29-17 (SWC 12-12, 3rd) Frank Windegger @ Texas Wesleyan W 11-5 @ Texas Wesleyan W 9-7 @ UT-Arlington W 4-0 @ UT-Arlington W 2-0 UT-Arlington W 12-6 UT-Arlington W 6-5 @ Texas Tech* W 11-10 @ Texas Tech* W 5-0 @ Texas Tech* L 3-4 Texas Lutheran W 14-4 Texas Lutheran W 8-0 Houston* L 5-6 Houston* W 2-1 Houston* W 7-3 @ Rice* L 10-11 @ Rice* W 7-2 @ Rice* L 2-7 Central Michigan L 2-11 Central Michigan W 2-0 Baylor* W 9-7 Baylor* W 5-3 Baylor* W 8-7 Kearney State W 4-2 Kearney State W 2-1 Texas A&M* L 3-10 Texas A&M* L 1-17 Texas A&M* L 1-9 UT-Pan Am L 1-3 UT-Pan Am W 2-0 UT-Pan Am L 1-6 UT-Pan Am L 6-7 @ Arkansas* W 9-8 @ Arkansas* W 12-1 @ Arkansas* W 4-2 Dallas Baptist W 15-5 Dallas Baptist W 5-0 NE Louisiana W 12-1 NE Louisiana L 4-6 @ Texas* L 5-6 @ Texas* L 3-18 @ Texas* L 0-14 Texas Wesleyan W 2-0 Texas Wesleyan W 7-0 SMU* L 8-9 SMU* L 2-7 SMU* W 12-2

1975

Feb 21 21 25 25 26 26 28 Mar 1 1 4 4 7 8 8 14 15 15 18 18 21 22 22 25 25 31 Apr 1 1 4 4 5 5 11 12 12 14 14 15 15 18 19 19 23 23 25 26 26

22-24 (SWC 8-15, 8th) Roger Williams Feb 20 UT-Arlington W 10-0 20 UT-Arlington L 3-6 21 Univ. of Dallas W 9-1 21 Univ. of Dallas W 12-0 27 Baylor* W 13-5 28 Baylor* L 0-3 28 Baylor* L 3-5 Mar 1 @ UT-Arlington L 2-4 1 Texas Wesleyan L 8-10 2 UT-Arlington W 13-8 3 @ Texas Wesleyan L 1-2 5 @ Rice* L 0-3 6 @ Rice* W 11-7 6 @ Rice* L 6-7 12 Texas* L 3-11 13 Texas* L 0-12 13 Texas* L 0-6 14 Emporia State W 10-3 14 Emporia State W 5-1 16 Central Michigan L 2-3 16 Central Michigan L 4-7 17 Central Michigan L 2-8 17 Central Michigan W 6-4 18 Plano W 4-0 19 @ Texas A&M* L 2-13 20 @ Texas A&M* L 0-2 20 @ Texas A&M* L 4-5 22 Kent State W 13-3 22 Kent State W 5-3 24 Kent State W 8-5 24 Kent State W 7-2 26 Houston* L 9-10 27 Houston* L 0-6 27 Houston* W 2-1 Apr 2 @ Arkansas* L 5-7 3 @ Arkansas* W 6-5 3 @ Arkansas* L 6-7 9 Texas Tech* W 3-2 10 Texas Tech* L 5-11 10 Texas Tech* W 9-5 20 @ SMU* W 4-2 20 @ SMU* W 5-1 23 UT-Pan Am W 5-0 23 UT-Pan Am L 0-4 24 UT-Pan Am L 3-4 24 UT-Pan Am W 7-2

1976

22-22-1 (SWC 9-13-1, 7th) Willie Maxwell @ Texas Wesleyan W 14-12 @ Texas Wesleyan L 3-4 Sam Houston St. W 4-2 Sam Houston St. L 3-16 @ Baylor* L 3-20 @ Baylor* W 2-1 @ Baylor* W 3-2 @ UT-Arlington W 4-0 Texas Wesleyan W 10-6 UT-Arlington W 14-3 @ Texas Wesleyan L 0-11 Rice* W 10-7 Rice* W 3-1 Rice* W 11-4 @ UT-Arlington W 6-5 @ UT-Arlington L 4-6 @ Texas* L 1-14 @ Texas* L 0-8 @ Texas* L 4-8 Emporia State L 4-7 Emporia State W 8-6 Central Michigan L 2-4 Central Michigan L 0-10 Ouachita Baptist W 2-1 Ouachita Baptist L 2-4 Texas A&M* L 1-5 Texas A&M* L 3-7 Texas A&M* L 4-17 Bradley W 17-4 Bradley W 12-10 @ Houston* L 0-4 @ Houston* L 1-2 @ Houston* T 5-5 Arkansas* W 5-2 Arkansas* L 0-3 Arkansas* L 5-6 Dallas Baptist W 11-7 Dallas Baptist L 2-14 @ Texas Tech* L 7-11 @ Texas Tech* L 2-4 @ Texas Tech* W 17-3 Univ. of Dallas W 9-2 Univ. of Dallas W 16-0 SMU* W 1-0 SMU* W 13-0

1977

Feb 19 19 22 22 25 26 26 28 Mar 1 1 2 4 5 5 8 8 11 12 12 14 14 15 15 16 16 18 19 19 22 22 28 29 29 Apr 1 2 2 5 5 8 9 9 12 12 19 19


2010 Baseball 18-29-1 (SWC 7-17, 8th) Willie Maxwell @ Texas Wesleyan W 8-5 @ Texas Wesleyan L 2-5 @ UT-Arlington W 13-1 @ UT-Arlington L 2-3 UT-Arlington L 10-12 UT-Arlington L 7-8 Texas Wesleyan L 4-7 Texas Wesleyan W 4-2 @ SMU* W 2-1 @ SMU* L 8-11 @ SMU* W 8-3 Central Michigan L 7-17 Central Michigan W 11-5 Texas Tech* L 11-12 Texas Tech* L 6-8 Texas Tech* W 3-0 Kent State W 7-2 Kent State L 1-4 Sam Houston St. L 7-10 Sam Houston St. W 8-7 @ Arkansas* L 3-6 @ Arkansas* L 3-4 @ Arkansas* L 2-7 Houston* W 9-6 Houston* L 2-10 Houston* L 2-17 @ Oklahoma L 2-10 @ Oklahoma L 3-6 @ Texas A&M* L 3-4 @ Texas A&M* L 1-3 @ Texas A&M* L 3-14 Univ. of Dallas W 2-1 Univ. of Dallas W 14-1 Texas* L 7-9 Texas* L 2-8 Texas* W 8-2 @ Sam Houston St. L 0-2 @ Sam Houston St. W 4-2 @ Sam Houston St. L 4-12 @ Rice* W 8-1 @ Rice* L 1-2 @ Rice* W 6-3 Dallas Baptist W 4-0 Dallas Baptist W 5-4 @ UT-Arlington T 1-1 Baylor* L 8-14 Baylor* L 1-13 Baylor* L 8-13

1978

Feb 25 25 26 26 Mar 2 2 6 6 10 11 11 13 13 17 18 18 21 21 22 22 27 27 28 31 Apr 1 1 4 4 7 8 8 11 11 14 15 15 18 18 19 21 22 22 25 25 27 28 29 29

21-24 (SWC 7-17, 8th) Willie Maxwell Sam Houston St. W 12-5 Sam Houston St. L 0-3 Dallas Baptist W 3-1 Dallas Baptist L 3-5 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4 Texas Wesleyan W 5-2 Texas Wesleyan W 9-8 Texas Wesleyan L 1-5 Dallas Baptist W 9-1 Dallas Baptist W 14-5 @ Sam Houston St. L 2-3 @ Sam Houston St. L 0-4 SMU* L 4-7 SMU* W 2-1 SMU* W 6-5 Abilene Christian W 14-5 Abilene Christian W 9-5 UT-Arlington L 1-10 UT-Arlington W 6-2 @ Texas Tech* L 10-11 @ Texas Tech* L 8-14 @ Texas Tech* W 8-1 Arkansas* L 1-7 Arkansas* L 1-10 Arkansas* L 4-9 Rockford College W 3-0 Rockford College W 2-1 @ Houston* W 13-11 @ Houston* L 1-5 @ Houston* L 0-3 North Texas W 13-6 North Texas W 6-1 Texas A&M* L 4-8 Texas A&M* L 1-8 Texas A&M* W 8-6 @ Texas* L 1-3 @ Texas* L 1-5 @ Texas* L 5-15 Hardin-Simmons L 0-8 Rice* W 5-4 Rice* L 1-6 Rice* L 4-6 @ Baylor* L 4-9 @ Baylor* L 2-3 @ Baylor* W 14-6

1979

Feb 23 23 27 27 Mar 1 1 4 4 5 5 6 6 9 10 10 13 13 14 14 17 18 18 24 24 25 27 27 31 31 Apr 1 4 4 6 7 7 13 14 14 17 22 22 23 27 28 28

19-28-2 (SWC 7-14, 7th) Willie Maxwell Hardin-Simmons W 11-4 Hardin-Simmons L 2-4 @ Texas Wesleyan L 1-14 @ Texas Wesleyan L 1-2 UT-Arlington W 10-7 UT-Arlington W 13-4 Midwestern State W 6-3 Midwestern State W 7-3 Oral Roberts L 0-6 Oral Roberts L 4-6 Houston* W 5-4 Houston* W 1-0 Houston* T 11-11 Austin College (5) W 22-2 Austin College (5) W 16-2 @ Texas A&M* W 15-8 @ Texas A&M* L 0-2 @ Texas A&M* L 5-6 Dallas Baptist W 6-3 Dallas Baptist L 5-6 Emporia State L 4-5 Emporia State L 10-16 Lubbock Christian W 3-2 Lubbock Christian W 7-6 Lubbock Christian L 3-4 Texas Wesleyan L 1-7 Texas Wesleyan L 2-5 @ Rice* L 8-9 @ Rice* L 0-1 @ Rice* L 8-11 @ UT-Arlington W 9-6 @ UT-Arlington W 5-3 Baylor* L 7-8 Baylor* W 2-0 Baylor* L 5-8 @ Oral Roberts L 3-12 @ Oral Roberts L 1-2 @ Oral Roberts L 3-4 @ SMU* W 12-10 Texas Tech* L 2-5 Texas Tech* L 3-4 Texas Tech* T 8-8 Texas Tech* L 3-4 @ Arkansas* L 1-5 @ Arkansas* L 2-3 @ Arkansas* L 17-18 Texas* L 6-8 Texas* W 4-2 Texas* W 2-0

1980

Feb 19 19 20 20 22 22 23 23 26 26 29 Mar 2 2 4 4 7 8 8 11 11 12 12 14 15 15 18 18 21 22 22 30 31 31 Apr 4 5 5 11 18 19 19 20 25 27 27 May 2 3 3

27-19 (SWC 9-12, 6th) Willie Maxwell Texas Wesleyan L 3-4 Texas Wesleyan L 1-2 @ UT-Arlington L 3-4 @ UT-Arlington L 2-3 Southwestern L 4-8 Southwestern W 2-1 North Texas W 8-2 Arkansas* L 1-4 Arkansas* W 6-5 Arkansas* W 6-5 UT-Arlington W 4-3 UT-Arlington W 9-3 Emporia State W 2-0 Emporia State W 7-1 Emporia State L 9-10 Emporia State W 12-5 Buena Vista W 10-0 Buena Vista W 14-4 Indiana W 2-1 Indiana W 7-3 Texas A&M* W 4-0 Texas A&M* W 4-1 Texas A&M* W 4-2 Hardin-Simmons W 9-1 Hardin-Simmons W 9-1 @ Baylor* L 6-7 @ Baylor* W 4-1 @ Baylor* W 11-3 Mary Hardin Baylor W 5-4 Mary Hardin Baylor W 8-3 @ Texas* L 0-8 @ Texas* L 3-7 @ Texas* L 2-15 Dallas Baptist W 5-4 Dallas Baptist W 4-3 Rice* L 0-9 Rice* L 1-2 Rice* L 2-3 @ Texas Wesleyan L 0-12 @ Texas Wesleyan W 6-0 @ Houston* W 5-3 @ Houston* L 1-4 @ Houston* L 3-4 @ Texas Tech* W 9-6 @ Texas Tech* L 3-7 @ Texas Tech* L 4-5

1981

Feb 21 21 24 24 Mar 4 4 10 13 14 14 17 17 19 19 20 20 21 21 24 24 27 28 28 31 31 Apr 4 5 5 7 7 10 11 11 14 14 17 19 19 21 21 26 27 27 May 1 2 2

16-25-2 (SWC 4-15-1, 8th) Willie Maxwell Feb 19 St. Edward’s L 0-3 19 St. Edward’s W 6-5 20 Texas Wesleyan L 2-7 20 Texas Wesleyan L 2-8 23 UT-Arlington W 4-3 23 UT-Arlington L 8-10 Mar 3 Southwestern  W 11-10 3 Southwestern W 8-3 9 Kearney State W 9-4 9 Kearney State T 2-2 12 @ Arkansas* L 1-3 13 @ Arkansas* L 1-2 13 @ Arkansas* L 4-8 15 @ Oral Roberts L 3-9 16 @ Oral Roberts L 1-3 17 North Texas W 3-2 19 Texas Tech* L 2-13 20 Texas Tech* W 7-6 20 Texas Tech* L 7-10 23 North Dakota St. W 6-0 23 North Dakota St. W 5-1 26 @ Texas A&M* T 7-7 28 @ Texas A&M* W 8-6 28 @ Texas A&M* L 5-13 30 Elmhurst College W 2-1 30 Elmhurst College W 2-1 Apr 3 Baylor* L 0-2 3 Baylor* L 1-3 4 Baylor* W 12-1 6 @ UT-Arlington L 9-10 6 @ UT-Arlington L 4-6 9 Texas* L 4-6 11 Texas* L 1-9 13 @ Texas Wesleyan L 5-7 13 @ Texas Wesleyan W 10-4 16 @ Rice* L 2-4 17 @ Rice* L 2-5 17 @ Rice* L 3-12 20 Southwest Texas St. W 9-0 20 Southwest Texas St. L 1-2 25 Houston* L 5-7 26 Houston* W 9-4 26 Houston* L 9-6

1982

26-25 (SWC 6-15, 7th) Willie Maxwell Feb. 18 @ M.H. Baylor W 9-5 18 @ M.H. Baylor W 8-5 23 @ Texas Wesleyan L 4-6 23 @ Texas Wesleyan L 1-3 24 Oral Roberts L 7-8 25 St. Edward’s W 3-0 25 St. Edward’s W 12-7 26 @ UT-Arlington L 5-4 Mar 1 Mary Hardin Baylor W 3-2 1 Mary Hardin Baylor W 11-5 7 Lamar L 2-6 7 Lamar W 3-2 8 Southwestern W 2-1 8 Southwestern W 3-2 9 Hardin-Simmons W 5-3 11 NW Missouri St. W 15-9 12 NW Missouri St. L 3-6 12 NW Missouri St. W 6-2 14 UTEP W 8-6 15 Texas Wesleyan W 3-0 16 North Dakota St. W 4-0 16 North Dakota St. W 10-5 17 North Dakota St. W 21-0 19 Texas A&M* W 10-2 19 Texas A&M* L 7-15 20 Texas A&M* L 8-17 27 @ Baylor* W 6-0 27 @ Baylor* L 1-6 28 @ Baylor* W 7-5 30 St. Olaf W 10-8 Apr 1 @ Texas* L 5-6 2 @ Texas* W 1-0 2 @ Texas* L 9-11 5 UT-Pan Am L 4-18 5 UT-Pan Am L 3-8 9 Rice* L 0-6 9 Rice* L 4-15 10 Rice* L 6-7 13 Midwestern L 8-9 13 Midwestern L 11-15 16 @ Houston* L 3-7 16 @ Houston* L 1-6 17 @ Houston* L 4-5 20 @ UT-Arlington W 14-7 23 Arkansas* L 3-4 23 Arkansas* L 5-10 24 Arkansas* L 3-9 26 UT-Arlington W 6-1 30 @ Texas Tech* L 1-4 30 @ Texas Tech* W 12-9 May 1 @ Texas Tech* W 11-10

1983

1984

Feb 22 24 25 25 28 29 Mar 3 3 6 8 8 10 10 12 13 17 17 18 21 24 24 25 27 30 31 31 Apr 2 6 7 8 10 10 11 11 14 14 15 17 20 21 21 24 24 25 28 28 29

1985

Feb 19 20 27 28 Mar 4 4 5 8 8 9 9 12 12 13 17 17 18 18 19 19 22 22 23 26 26 29 30 30 Apr 2 2 3 5 6 6 9 13 13 14 16 16 19 20 20 23 24 24 28 28 29 May 3 4 4

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 5-16, T-7th) 1986 31-29 (SWC Bragg Stockton

25-22 (SWC 6-15, T-7th) Bragg Stockton Dallas Baptist L 3-6 Oral Roberts L 1-2 Trinity W 5-0 Trinity W 10-0 @ Texas Wesleyan W 11-6 @ Texas Wesleyan W 11-8 @ UT-Arlington L 0-7 @ UT-Arlington L 3-7 Southwestern L 9-10 NW Missouri St. W 5-4 NW Missouri St. W 3-1 Kansas State W 11-3 Kansas State W 7-1 Oklahoma City W 8-2 Kansas State W 12-7 Texas Tech* W 10-9 Texas Tech* W 3-2 Texas Tech* W 6-3 @ Oklahoma City W 10-1 @ Texas A&M* L 4-5 @ Texas A&M* L 5-6 @ Texas A&M* L 1-10 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4 Baylor* L 3-9 Baylor* L 7-9 Baylor* L 1-2 UT-Arlington W 17-8 Texas* L 1-12 Texas* W 7-6 Texas* L 8-16 UT-Pan Am W 10-6 UT-Pan Am W 3-2 UT-Pan Am L 4-6 UT-Pan Am W 6-5 @ Rice* L 4-12 @ Rice* L 1-6 @ Rice* L 2-8 UT-Arlington W 8-6 Houston* W 9-4 Houston* L 3-16 Houston* W 6-5 North Texas W 3-2 North Texas W 10-0 @ Dallas Baptist L 9-15 @ Arkansas* L 5-6 @ Arkansas* L 5-8 @ Arkansas* L 5-6 35-17 (SWC 9-12, 6th) Bragg Stockton Southwest Texas W 5-2 Southwest Texas W 5-4 @ UT-Arlington W 7-6 UT-Arlington W 11-2 North Texas W 10-3 North Texas W 2-1 @ Dallas Baptist W 8-4 Prairie View A&M W 14-2 Prairie View A&M W 4-3 Kearney State W 6-0 Kearney State W 3-0 Iowa State L 1-2 Iowa State W 15-1 Sam Houston State W 7-4 @ Southwestern W 10-0 @ Southwestern W 3-0 @ Texas Lutheran W 5-3 vs. Notre Dame W 9-3 vs. Trinity W 8-2 @ St. Mary’s W 2-1 @ Baylor* L 1-7 @ Baylor* L 3-4 @ Baylor* L 2-3 Hardin-Simmons W 8-2 Hardin-Simmons W 6-5 @ Texas* L 0-5 @ Texas* W 4-2 @ Texas* L 5-10 Southwestern L 5-6 Southwestern W 7-3 @ UT-Arlington L 6-10 Rice* W 9-5 Rice* W 5-1 Rice* W 7-3 UT-Arlington W 9-8 @ Houston* L 3-5 @ Houston* L 5-6 @ Houston* L 2-3 Dallas Baptist W 4-2 Dallas Baptist L 0-3 Arkansas* L 7-19 Arkansas* W 4-3 Arkansas* L 6-12 UT-Pan Am L 4-6 UT-Pan Am W 6-1 UT-Pan Am W 19-3 @ Texas Tech* W 7-6 @ Texas Tech* W 11-8 @ Texas Tech* W 17-7 Texas A&M* L 5-12 Texas A&M* W 6-1 Texas A&M* L 0-5

Feb 18 North Texas 18 North Texas 19 Dallas Baptist 19 Dallas Baptist 20 Oral Roberts 22 @ M.H. Baylor 22 @ M.H. Baylor 25 Southwest Texas St. 25 Southwest Texas St. 26 @ UT-Arlington 27 @ Oklahoma City 28 @ Oklahoma Mar 1 @ Oklahoma 3 Hardin-Simmons 3 Hardin-Simmons 7 Prairie View A&M 8 Emporia State 8 Emporia State 10 @ UT-Arlington 11 Oklahoma City 12 @ Hardin-Simmons 14 Wichita State 15 vs. Miami (Ohio) 15 vs. Miami (Ohio) 16 vs. Miami (Ohio) 16 vs. Miami (Ohio) 17 @ St. Edward’s 17 @ St. Edward’s 18 @ Southwestern 21 Baylor* 22 Baylor* 22 Baylor* 25 Cal-Poly Pomona 25 UT-Arlington 26 Cal-Poly Pomona 26 St. Francis (Ill.) 28 Texas* 29 Texas* 29 Texas* Apr 1 Southwestern 4 @ Rice* 5 @ Rice* 5 @ Rice* 8 UT-Pan Am 8 UT-Pan Am 9 UT-Pan Am 11 Houston* 12 Houston* 12 Houston* 15 UT-Arlington 18 @ Arkansas* 20 @ Arkansas* 20 @ Arkansas* 22 @ North Texas 25 Texas Tech* 26 Texas Tech* 26 Texas Tech* May 3 @ Texas A&M* 4 @ Texas A&M* 4 @ Texas A&M*

W 11-2 W 13-7 W 6-0 W 8-3 W 7-6 W 13-2 L 4-9 W 8-1 L 2-6 W 11-10 W 8-7 W 10-7 L 5-15 W 3-1 W 10-4 W 23-5 L 5-10 L 6-8 L 4-5 W 4-0 W 2-1 L 4-14 L 3-6 W 4-0 W 13-0 W 3-1 W 19-14 L 6-7 W 18-14 L 1-9 W 3-2 W 11-7 W 7-1 L 3-5 L 1-3 L 3-14 W 7-2 L 3-5 L 6-8 W 10-9 L 3-4 L 5-6 W 15-6 W 5-4 L 5-7 W 8-3 L 6-7 L 6-7 L 2-4 W 7-5 L 3-13 L 6-7 L 5-6 W 20-4 W 15-8 L 8-11 L 6-14 L 1-2 L 5-7 L 3-5

24-35 (SWC 4-17, 8th) Lance Brown Lamar L 4-7 Lamar L 3-8 Lamar W 12-3 Lamar L 5-10 Hardin-Simmons W 14-13 @ Dallas Baptist L 4-10 Southwest Texas St. W 2-0 Southwest Texas St. W 5-0 UT-Arlington L 0-4 UT-Arlington W 5-4 Texas Southern W 6-1 Texas Southern W 19-0 Wichita State L 0-13 Wichita State W 3-0 @ UT-Arlington L 5-7 @ UT-Arlington W 2-1 @ Texas Wesleyan W 10-4 Prairie View A&M W 8-4 Prairie View A&M W 7-5 Kansas State W 4-3 Kansas State L 6-7 @ Fresno State W 3-2 @ Fresno State L 3-6 @ Fullerton State L 1-4 @ Fullerton State L 1-4 @ Fullerton State L 2-3 Southwestern W 6-5 @ Texas* L 5-13 @ Texas* L 2-6 @ Texas* L 0-6 @ North Texas W 12-6 Rice* L 12-20 Rice* L 6-9 Rice* W 8-1 @ Oklahoma State L 7-10 @ Oklahoma State L 4-11 @ Houston* L 6-10

1987

Feb 14 14 15 15 16 18 22 22 25 25 Mar 1 1 2 3 4 4 5 6 6 8 8 10 11 12 13 14 18 20 21 21 24 27 28 28 31 Apr 1 3

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TCU Horned Frogs YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4 4 7 7 8 8 10 11 11 14 15 17 18 18 21 22 24 25 25 May 1 1 2

@ Houston* @ Houston* UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am UT-Pan Am Arkansas* Arkansas* Arkansas* @ UT-Arlington UT-Arlington @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech* @ Oklahoma @ Oklahoma Texas A&M* Texas A&M* Texas A&M* Baylor* Baylor* Baylor*

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

27-32 (SWC 8-13, 5th) Lance Brown Feb 13 @ Lamar W 3-2 13 @ Lamar L 1-7 14 @ Lamar W 3-1 15 @ Sam Houston St. L 1-4 15 @ Sam Houston St. W 10-7 19 @ Tarleton State W 5-0 19 @ Tarleton State W 13-2 20 Texas Wesleyan W 4-3 20 Texas Wesleyan L 4-9 21 St. Edward’s W 17-2 21 St. Edward’s L 5-8 23 @ North Texas W 18-0 25 @ UNLV L 5-9 26 vs. Georgia Tech L 4-8 26 vs. Oklahoma L 2-7 27 @ UNLV (11) L 5-6 28 vs. Georgia Tech W 6-4 Mar 5 Southwest Texas St. W 9-8 6 Southwest Texas St. W 9-8 6 Southwest Texas St. W 7-5 8 Dallas Baptist L 2-3 9 UT-Arlington L 1-3 11 @ Oral Roberts L 4-5 12 @ Oral Roberts L 3-8 12 @ Oral Roberts W 7-0 18 New Mexico W 15-2 19 New Mexico L 2-4 19 New Mexico L 5-11 20 New Mexico L 8-9 23 @ Hardin-Simmons L 3-9 23 @ Hardin-Simmons L 7-8 25 Texas* L 2-3 26 Texas* L 3-10 26 Texas* (10) L 10-11 30 @ UT-Arlington L 6-19 Apr 2 @ Rice* L 1-4 2 @ Rice* W 5-3 3 @ Rice* L 4-5 5 North Texas W 11-5 8 Houston* W 4-2 9 Houston* W 2-1 9 Houston* W 16-9 12 Tarleton State W 12-3 12 Tarleton State W 5-1 15 @ Arkansas* L 2-3 16 @ Arkansas* W 3-1 16 @ Arkansas* L 2-3 20 @ Dallas Baptist (11) W 5-4 22 Texas Tech* W 6-1 23 Texas Tech* W 11-4 23 Texas Tech* L 2-6 26 North Texas L 3-13 27 UT-Arlington W 9-3 29 @ Texas A&M* L 7-10 30 @ Texas A&M* L 2-4 30 @ Texas A&M* L 1-9 May 6 Baylor* W 6-5 6 Baylor* L 4-5 7 Baylor* L 2-4

1988

37-22 (SWC 7-14, T-6th) Lance Brown @ Tulane W 3-2 @ Tulane W 4-3 @ New Orleans W 1-0 @ LSU L 2-8 @ LSU L 5-10 @ SW Louisiana W 10-9 @ Hardin-Simmons W 5-4 @ Hardin-Simmons W 12-0 Southeast Louisiana W 3-2 Southeast Louisiana L 2-3 Southeast Louisiana W 9-6 Texas Wesleyan W 9-3 @ Wichita State L 2-16 Oklahoma State L 2-16 Sam Houston State W 7-5

1989

Feb 9 9 10 11 12 13 20 20 24 24 25 Mar 1 3 8 10

122

10 11 13 15 15 16 16 18 19 22 22 24 25 25 27 27 31 Apr 1 1 5 5 7 8 8 11 14 15 15 18 21 22 22 25 25 26 26 28 29 29 May 2 2 5 6 6

Sam Houston State Sam Houston State Lamar Lamar Lamar Emporia State Emporia State Northwestern Northwestern Wis.-Eau Claire Wis.-Eau Claire Rice* Rice* Rice* (11) Nebraska Nebraska @ Houston* @ Houston* @ Houston* Centenary Centenary Arkansas* Arkansas* Arkansas* UT-Arlington @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech* @ Texas Tech* @ UT-Arlington Texas A&M* Texas A&M* Texas A&M* Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist North Texas North Texas @ Baylor* @ Baylor* @ Baylor* Northwood Northwood @ Texas* @ Texas* @ Texas*

27-32 (SWC 4-17, 8th) Lance Brown Stephen F. Austin W 14-13 Stephen F. Austin W 22-2 Stephen F. Austin L 2-6 @ New Orleans L 0-5 @ New Orleans L 6-10 @ SW Louisiana L 0-10 @ SW Louisiana L 2-7 @ SW Louisiana L 5-11 Nicholls State (11) L 3-4 Kansas W 5-4 Kansas W 4-3 Dallas Baptist W 11-6 College of the SW W 9-6 College of the SW W 11-0 College of the SW W 11-2 College of the SW L 12-17 UT-Arlington W 15-7 Hardin-Simmons W 8-7 Hardin-Simmons W 4-3 Hardin-Simmons W 9-3 Union College W 8-1 Northwood Inst. (12) L 10-11 SE Oklahoma W 11-5 SE Oklahoma W 3-0 vs. Oklahoma St.# W 6-4 vs. Sam Houston St.# L 9-10 vs. Illinois State# L 8-11 St. Francis W 10-7 Tarleton State W 7-4 Tarleton State W 17-7 @ Rice* L 1-2 @ Rice* L 4-5 @ Rice* W 7-3 Houston* L 5-7 Houston* L 3-14 Houston* L 3-8 Texas Southern W 4-3 Texas Southern W 15-2 @ Arkansas* L 3-10 @ Arkansas* L 3-4 @ Arkansas* L 3-7 @ SW Missouri St. L 2-26 @ SW Missouri St. L 4-5 Texas Tech* L 0-9 Texas Tech* W 6-5 Texas Tech* L 3-6 @ Stephen F. Austin L 2-5 @ Stephen F. Austin W 5-4 @ Texas A&M* L 9-10 @ Texas A&M* W 3-1 @ Texas A&M* L 2-13 @ Dallas Baptist W 8-7 Baylor* L 2-4 Baylor* L 4-5 Baylor* L 4-8

1990

Feb 3 4 4 9 9 10 10 11 12 17 18 20 23 24 24 25 Mar 1 3 4 4 7 9 12 13 16 17 17 20 21 21 23 24 24 31 31 Apr 1 3 3 6 7 7 8 9 13 14 14 17 17 20 21 21 24 28 28 29

L 3-4 W 16-11 W 16-6 W 16-2 W 12-2 L 6-10 W 14-1 W 10-1 L 4-5 W 14-2 W 18-0 W 6-1 L 0-1 W 2-1 W 6-5 W 17-1 L 7-8 L 4-5 L 3-9 W 7-6 W 10-1 L 4-5 L 6-8 L 3-11 W 11-10 L 4-6 L 3-5 L 5-16 W 12-8 W 4-2 L 3-14 L 5-10 W 4-3 W 5-4 W 9-2 W 6-1 W 13-6 W 7-6 W 7-6 W 5-4 W 2-0 W 5-1 L 2-10 L 1-10

May 1 @ UT-Arlington L 13-4 3 Texas* W 10-7 3 Texas* L 6-13 4 Texas* L 11-15 # - Shreveport Tournament 34-25 (SWC 10-11, t-4th) Lance Brown Feb 2 Northwood Inst. L 2-5 2 Northwood Inst. L 0-3 8 @ Hardin-Simmons W 14-5 9 @ Hardin-Simmons W 12-4 9 @ Hardin-Simmons W 12-4 13 @ Tarleton State W 7-4 16 @ Louisiana Tech L 3-6 16 @ Louisiana Tech L 9-10 17 @ Louisiana Tech W 9-4 21 Texas Wesleyan W 7-1 21 Texas Wesleyan L 4-5 22 College of the SW W 3-2 22 College of the SW L 4-5 24 College of the SW W 5-4 24 College of the SW W 11-3 Mar 1 NE Louisiana W 10-9 2 NE Louisiana W 10-1 2 NE Louisiana W 8-1 5 @ Dallas Baptist W 15-13 6 Tarleton State W 11-6 8 New Mexico State W 5-3 9 New Mexico State W 8-7 9 New Mexico State W 9-1 10 New Mexico State W 3-2 13 Emporia State W 11-10 15 @ Long Beach State L 0-12 16 @ Long Beach State L 8-17 17 @ Long Beach State L 0-12 19 St. Francis W 11-5 22 @ Texas* L 1-5 23 @ Texas* L 4-5 23 @ Texas* L 0-8 27 Oklahoma L 2-5 29 Rice* W 9-8 30 Rice* W 5-0 30 Rice* L 2-3 Apr 2 UT-Arlington L 3-4 7 Houston* W 8-4 7 Houston* W 5-0 8 Houston* W 11-2 9 @ UT-Arlington W 8-5 12 Arkansas* W 4-1 13 Arkansas* L 2-12 14 Arkansas* L 6-12 16 Dallas Baptist W 2-1 19 @ Texas Tech* W 9-5 20 @ Texas Tech* W 2-1 20 @ Texas Tech* L 1-6 26 Texas A&M* L 2-9 27 Texas A&M* L 3-4 27 Texas A&M* L 2-5 30 @ Oklahoma L 5-9 May 4 @ Baylor* W 4-0 5 @ Baylor* W 4-2 16 vs. Texas# L 5-13 17 vs. Baylor* W 3-0 17 @ Texas A&M*# W 4-2 18 vs. Texas# L 6-8 # - SWC Tournament, College Station

1991

25-30 (SWC 14-22, 6th) Lance Brown Feb 1 @ UT-Arlington L 3-4 7 Dallas Baptist W 9-6 8 Louisiana Tech W 1-0 8 Louisiana Tech L 4-8 9 Louisiana Tech L 4-6 11 Tarleton State W 8-7 14 @ Texas Tech* L 2-3 15 @ Texas Tech* W 5-1 15 @ Texas Tech* W 9-2 19 @ Stephen F. Austin W 16-15 21 Rice* L 9-14 23 Rice* W 2-1 23 Rice* W 7-4 28 @ Houston* (12) W 10-7 29 @ Houston* L 1-4 29 @ Houston* W 5-3 Mar 2 Stephen F. Austin W 9-8 3 UT-Arlington L 5-10 6 Texas* L 5-20 7 Texas* L 4-8 7 Texas* L 1-9 13 @ Baylor* L 1-2 14 @ Baylor* L 5-6 14 @ Baylor* L 3-8 17 @ N. Mexico St. (10) W 8-7 18 @ New Mexico St. W 12-9 20 Colorado State L 0-5 21 Colorado State L 1-5 21 Colorado State W 4-1 23 Tarleton State W 12-3 27 Texas A&M* W 4-3 28 Texas A&M* L 3-6 28 Texas A&M* L 1-4

1992

TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

Apr 3 4 4 7 10 11 11 14 15 18 18 19 21 24 24 25 May 1 2 2 16 17 17

@ Texas* @ Texas* @ Texas* Oklahoma Texas Tech* Texas Tech* Texas Tech* UT-Arlington @ Dallas Baptist @ Rice* (8) @ Rice* (10) @ Rice* @ UT-Arlington Baylor* Baylor* Baylor* Houston* Houston* Houston* @ Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M* @ Texas A&M*

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

34-22 (SWC 5-13, 6th) Lance Brown Abilene Christian W 6-1 Abilene Christian W 21-2 @ Arizona State L 4-5 @ Arizona State L 2-7 @ Arizona State L 10-11 UT-Arlington W 10-7 @ St. Mary’s W 9-6 @ UT-San Antonio W 8-0 @ UT-San Antonio W 5-0 @ UT-San Antonio W 15-2 Centenary W 11-2 UT-Arlington W 9-5 Nebraska-Kearney W 12-5 Nebraska-Kearney W 7-4 Nebraska-Kearney W 18-1 Oklahoma W 10-8 @ Alabama W 13-6 @ Alabama W 16-7 St. Francis (Ill.) W 9-0 Tarleton State L 1-2 College of the SW W 14-2 College of the SW W 4-0 College of the SW W 2-1 Oklahoma State W 7-6 Iowa State W 3-1 @ Oral Roberts L 4-10 @ Oral Roberts W 13-3 @ Oklahoma W 5-3 @ Oklahoma L 6-16 Texas A&M* L 2-8 Texas A&M* L 0-6 Texas A&M* W 3-2 Oregon State L 0-2 Oregon State W 5-4 Oral Roberts L 2-4 Oral Roberts W 1-0 Oral Roberts W 10-2 @ Texas* L 2-3 @ Texas* L 3-6 @ Texas* L 7-8 Lubbock Christian L 2-3 @ Rice* L 3-9 @ Rice* L 0-2 @ Rice* L 1-12 Tarleton State W 15-0 Houston* W 7-2 Houston* L 5-7 Houston* W 9-6 Dallas Baptist W 10-3 Dallas Baptist W 14-2 @ Baylor* L 5-11 @ Baylor* W 6-3 @ Baylor* L 7-8 Texas Tech* (10) L 6-8 Texas Tech* L 8-9 Texas Tech* W 11-7

1993

Feb 2 2 5 6 7 9 12 13 13 14 16 19 20 20 21 23 27 28 Mar 2 3 5 6 6 9 10 13 14 16 17 20 20 21 23 23 27 27 28 Apr 2 3 3 6 9 10 10 13 16 17 17 20 20 23 24 24 30 May 1 1

1994

38-22 (SWC 14-4) Frank Windegger

SWC CHAMPIONS

NCAA Midwest Regional Feb 5 @ UT-Arlington 6 UT-Arlington 7 Tarleton State 8 Dallas Baptist 11 Arkansas 12 Arkansas 13 Arkansas (13) 16 Cameron 18 Centenary 19 UT-San Antonio 20 UT-San Antonio 20 UT-San Antonio 22 Oklahoma 26 @ Louisiana Tech 26 @ Louisiana Tech 27 @ La. Tech (10) Mar 2 Tarleton State 4 Coker College

W 8-7 W 14-6 W 10-8 W 14-7 W 7-3 W 21-4 W 6-4 W 2-0 W 16-3 L 9-10 L 7-9 L 0-6 L 11-12 W 21-7 W 10-3 W 6-5 W 6-5 L 0-3

5 @ Abilene Christian W 10-3 5 @ Abilene Christian W 3-0 11 @ Texas Tech* L 0-1 12 @ Texas Tech* W 6-1 12 @ Texas Tech* L 4-8 15 Ole Miss W 19-6 16 Ole Miss W 24-5 18 @ LSU L 6-13 19 @ LSU L 10-15 20 @ LSU L 8-16 23 Lubbock Christian W 5-2 25 Southern Miss L 3-6 26 Southern Miss L 1-7 27 Southern Miss L 3-9 29 @ Dallas Baptist W 8-1 Apr 1 Baylor* W 24-12 2 Baylor* W 4-1 2 Baylor* W 12-1 4 @ Oklahoma L 7-8 8 Texas* W 8-6 9 Texas* W 4-2 9 Texas W 4-3 12 Incarnate Word W 10-2 15 Rice* L 4-5 16 Rice* W 3-2 16 Rice* W 11-4 19 Northwestern St. L 2-3 19 Northwestern St. W 9-8 23 vs. Houston*^ W 9-4 23 vs. Houston*^ W 19-4 24 vs. Houston*^ W 13-2 26 UT-Arlington W 4-2 29 @ Texas A&M* W 13-7 30 @ Texas A&M* W 6-3 30 @ Texas A&M* L 4-8 May 6 @ Oklahoma State L 8-9 7 @ Oklahoma State W 11-3 12 @ Texas# L 0-3 13 vs. Rice# L 3-10 27 vs. Memphis! W 11-3 28 vs. Cal St.-Fullerton! L 1-4 29 @ Oklahoma State! L 8-10 ^ - Played in College State, Texas # - SWC Tournament - Austin, Texas $ - Midwest Regional - Stillwater, Okla. 27-29 (SWC 11-13, 5th) Lance Brown @ Abilene Christian W 10-1 Tarleton State W 7-1 Tarleton State W 9-2 @ Tarleton State W 13-5 @ Northwestern St. L 1-3 @ Northwestern St. L 4-5 Oklahoma L 4-8 @ UT-Arlington (13) L 0-1 Louisiana Tech W 9-2 Louisiana Tech W 5-1 Louisiana Tech W 14-2 Stephen F. Austin W 12-1 Stephen F. Austin W 15-0 @ Arkansas L 7-9 @ Arkansas L 4-8 @ Arkansas L 2-3 Evansville (10) L 8-9 vs. Temple# W 12-3 vs. Temple# L 10-11 vs. Temple# W 19-9 @ Ole Miss L 4-9 @ Ole Miss L 1-10 vs. Rice$ W 10-7 vs. Texas A&M$ L 10-15 vs. Baylor$ W 5-3 vs. Texas Tech$ W 5-4 @ Baylor* W 4-3 @ Baylor* W 9-7 @ Baylor* W 8-5 Sam Houston State W 3-1 Sam Houston State W 5-4 Texas Tech* L 3-5 Texas Tech* W 4-3 Texas Tech* W 3-2 @ Texas* L 0-13 @ Texas* L 2-13 @ Texas* L 2-6 @ Texas* L 4-8 Houston* W 9-3 Houston* (10) L 16-17 Houston* L 1-7 Houston* W 6-4 Dallas Baptist L 6-9 Dallas Baptist L 8-9 @ Rice* L 5-14 @ Rice* L 6-7 @ Rice* L 2-5 UT-Arlington W 8-2 @ Oral Roberts L 6-7 @ Oral Roberts W 7-6 @ Oral Roberts W 5-3 @ Oklahoma L 1-4 @ Oklahoma L 4-11

1995

Feb 7 15 15 17 18 18 21 22 25 25 26 28 28 Mar 4 5 5 7 8 9 10 13 14 17 17 18 19 24 25 25 28 28 31 Apr 1 1 7 8 8 9 14 14 15 15 18 18 21 22 22 25 29 30 30 May 2 3


2010 Baseball YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 12 Texas A&M* W 6-3 13 vs. Texas A&M*! L 15-20 14 vs. Texas A&M*! L 9-10 # - at Lubbock, Texas $ - SWC First Pitch Tournament - Houston ! - Played at The Ballpark In Arlington 34-33 (SWC 11-13, t-4th) Lance Brown Jan 21 @ Hawai’i-Pacific W 20-2 22 vs. Washington St.^ L 5-17 23 vs. Washington St.^ L 0-3 23 @ Hawai’i-Hilo W 7-3 26 @ Hawai’i-Hilo L 4-5 26 @ Hawai’i-Hilo L 2-4 27 @ Hawai’i-Hilo W 9-0 27 @ Hawai’i-Hilo W 10-8 Feb 7 @ Dallas Baptist W 14-9 9 Oral Roberts W 13-2 10 Oral Roberts L 2-3 10 Oral Roberts W 10-9 13 Tarleton State W 23-3 17 Louisiana Tech L 1-7 18 Louisiana Tech L 5-11 20 Oklahoma W 10-9 23 @ UT-Pan Am W 7-2 23 @ UT-Pan Am (8) W 8-7 24 @ UT-Pan Am L 8-9 24 vs. Purdue& L 5-9 Mar 1 @ Southern Miss L 2-4 2 @ Southern Miss L 1-12 3 @ Southern Miss L 7-9 6 Maine W 21-1 7 Maine W 16-4 9 Oklahoma State L 8-13 10 Oklahoma State W 10-5 12 @ Sam Houston St. W 10-0 12 @ Sam Houston St. W 11-3 15 vs. Texas A&M% L 2-3 16 vs. Texas Tech% L 2-8 16 vs. Rice% W 12-7 17 vs. Baylor% W 9-8 19 Dallas Baptist W 10-8 22 Rice* (10) W 9-8 23 Rice* W 9-4 23 Rice* W 9-8 26 @ UT-Arlington W 7-3 26 @ UT-Arlington L 2-5 30 @ Oral Roberts L 3-5 30 @ Oral Roberts L 4-10 31 @ Oral Roberts L 14-16 Apr 6 Baylor* W 3-2 6 Baylor* W 6-1 7 Baylor* L 7-17 12 @ Texas A&M* L 3-13 13 @ Texas A&M* L 7-16 13 @ Texas A&M* L 7-8 19 @ Houston* L 2-9 20 @ Houston* L 2-5 20 @ Houston* L 9-10 21 @ Houston* W 14-4 23 Tarleton State W 16-1 26 @ Oklahoma W 9-5 27 @ Oklahoma W 21-9 28 vs. Oklahoma! (14) L 6-7 30 UT-Arlington W 13-1 May 3 Texas* L 6-9 4 Texas* W 11-6 4 Texas* L 13-20 5 Texas* W 4-1 11 @ Texas Tech* W 7-4 11 @ Texas Tech* (11) L 6-9 12 @ Texas Tech* L 7-23 15 vs. Baylor# W 12-5 16 vs. Texas# L 5-7 17 vs. Texas Tech# L 6-10 ^ - Played in Hilo, Hawaii & - Played in Edinburg, Texas % - SWC First Pitch Tournament, Houston ! - Played at The Ballpark in Arlington # - SWC Tournament - Lubbock, Texas

1996

26-27 (WAC 15-15, 2nd) Lance Brown Oral Roberts L 3-21 Oral Roberts L 12-20 UT-Arlington W 24-2 Sam Houston State L 1-2 Sam Houston State W 6-1 @ Texas Tech W 10-1 @ Louisiana Tech L 3-4 @ Louisiana Tech W 15-11 Texas Wesleyan W 9-2 Texas L 1-3 Texas L 4-7 Texas L 0-5 Washington State W 9-8 Rice* L 6-11 Rice* L 4-5 Rice* L 9-14 New Mexico* W 10-3 New Mexico* W 8-5 New Mexico* W 5-1

1997

Feb 1 2 7 8 8 11 15 16 18 21 22 23 24 28 Mar 1 2 7 8 9

11 14 15 16 17 21 22 22 23 27 28 29 Apr 1 2 4 5 6 8 12 13 13 15 18 19 20 22 26 27 27 29 May 2 3 4 9

Oklahoma (11) L 5-6 Grand Canyon* W 13-4 Grand Canyon* W 8-5 Grand Canyon* W 10-3 Cornell W 17-1 @ Air Force* W 9-3 @ Air Force* W 10-3 @ Air Force* L 8-14 @ Air Force* W 5-4 Fresno State* L 12-19 Fresno State* L 5-10 Fresno State* W 11-7 Texas Tech* L 3-9 Texas Tech* L 5-10 @ San Jose State* L 7-8 @ San Jose State* L 3-5 @ San Jose State* L 9-14 Texas L 6-7 @ Rice* W 10-5 @ Rice* (9) L 7-11 @ Rice* L 4-6 UT-Arlington W 6-1 @ UNLV* L 5-19 @ UNLV* W 13-7 @ UNLV* L 13-14 UT-Arlington W 6-2 @ New Mexico* (10) W 15-14 @ New Mexico* L 2-12 @ New Mexico* W 13-5 @ Oklahoma L 8-11 UNLV* W 22-7 UNLV* W 10-8 UNLV* L 3-5 @ UT-Arlington W 9-6 33-23 (WAC 18-11, 2nd) Lance Brown Feb 1 @ UT-Arlington L 6-9 2 UT-Arlington W 22-0 6 vs. Oklahoma St.# L 3-9 7 vs. Indiana# W 8-4 10 Texas Tech L 2-9 11 Texas Tech W 12-10 15 @ SW Texas St. W 7-6 15 @ SW Texas St. L 3-6 20 Illinois W 9-4 21 Illinois W 5-3 22 Illinois W 6-4 23 Dallas Baptist W 20-13 26 vs. UT-Arlington L 4-8 27 Oral Roberts W 13-12 28 Oral Roberts W 27-5 Mar 1 Oral Roberts L 5-6 3 @ Texas W 11-2 6 New Mexico* W 9-4 7 New Mexico* L 2-9 10 @ Texas Tech L 4-16 11 @ Texas Tech (11) W 8-7 13 Utah* W 5-3 14 Utah* W 8-0 14 Utah* W 11-8 15 Utah* W 5-3 17 Oklahoma L 6-7 19 @ BYU* L 10-11 20 @ BYU* W 22-5 21 @ BYU* W 11-7 24 @ UT-Arlington L 3-7 27 UNLV* W 10-7 28 UNLV* W 5-1 29 UNLV* L 2-9 31 @ Oklahoma L 7-8 Apr 3 @ Rice* L 2-19 4 @ Rice* W 10-7 5 @ Rice* L 6-9 10 @ Hawai’i* W 8-3 11 @ Hawai’i* L 6-7 12 @ Hawai’i* W 9-4 17 San Diego State* W 20-5 18 San Diego State* W 17-7 19 San Diego State* L 5-14 22 UT-Arlington W 7-5 24 @ New Mexico* L 11-14 25 @ New Mexico* W 4-3 25 @ New Mexico* W 11-6 28 vs. Texas! W 8-7 May 1 @ UNLV* W 15-12 2 @ UNLV* L 8-11 3 @ UNLV* W 10-9 8 Rice* L 4-10 10 Rice* L 1-7 10 Rice* W 11-4 13 vs. San Diego St.% L 12-14 14 vs. Rice% L 5-10 # - Just For Feet Showdown in the Desert ! - Played at The Ballpark in Arlington % - WAC Tournament - San Diego, Calif.

1998

33-26 (WAC 19-10, 2nd) Lance Brown Feb 5 vs. UT-Arlington# W 17-3 5 vs. Oral Roberts# L 3-11 6 vs. Sam Houston St.# L 5-10 7 vs. Centenary# (10) W 11-7 9 @ Texas Tech L 3-8 13 Southwest Texas St. L 2-4 13 Southwest Texas St. W 7-2 14 Southwest Texas St. W 12-6 16 @ UT-Arlington W 15-12 20 Lamar W 7-3 20 Lamar L 1-3 21 Lamar (11) L 5-6 23 Oklahoma L 12-14 26 Hawai’i* W 6-5 27 Hawai’i* W 10-0 28 Hawai’i* W 8-7 Mar 2 @ Oklahoma L 3-6 5 @ Fresno State* L 1-7 6 @ Fresno State* W 7-6 7 @ Fresno State* W 14-8 9 @ Texas Tech* L 5-6 14 Oral Roberts L 10-20 16 @ Texas L 14-15 17 Oklahoma State W 5-4 19 @ New Mexico* W 1-0 20 @ New Mexico* W 4-3 21 @ New Mexico* L 16-17 23 UT-Arlington W 23-5 25 San Diego State* W 8-2 26 San Diego State* W 6-1 27 San Diego State* W 8-7 Apr 2 @ BYU* W 16-7 3 @ BYU* W 9-6 6 Texas Tech L 2-3 7 @ UT-Arlington (11) W 10-8 9 Utah* W 10-6 10 Utah* W 17-1 11 Utah* (10) L 6-7 13 @ Oklahoma State L 9-21 16 Air Force* W 14-11 17 Air Force* W 13-1 18 Air Force* W 18-3 20 Texas% L 0-3 23 @ UNLV* L 6-9 24 @ UNLV* L 2-6 25 @UNLV* L 6-12 30 @ Rice* L 1-6 May 1 @ Rice* (12) L 7-8 1 @ Rice* W 4-2 5 UT-Arlington W 11-3 7 San Jose State W 14-1 8 San Jose State L 6-9 9 San Jose State L 6-12 19 vs. Hawai’i$ W 9-5 20 vs. San Jose State$ L 6-9 21 vs. Hawai’i$ W 12-10 21 vs. San Jose State$ W 10-6 22 vs. Rice$ L 3-18 # - The Gateway Classic - Laredo, TX % - Played at The Ballpark in Arlington $ - WAC Tournament - Fresno, Calif.

1999

22-34 (WAC 12-18, 5th) Lance Brown Dallas Baptist L 4-7 Southwest Texas St. W 6-3 SW Texas St.  (14) L 6-9 Southwest Texas St. L 5-15 @ UT-Arlington (11) L 2-3 UT-Arlington W 13-9 vs. Iowa State% W 9-0 @ UT-Arlington L 4-12 Iowa State L 5-8 Texas Tech W 14-4 Baylor L 3-8 @ Baylor L 3-4 @ Baylor L 2-11 Oklahoma L 13-16 @ Lamar L 6-10 @ Lamar (8) W 3-2 @ Lamar L 5-9 @ Dallas Baptist L 6-9 San Jose State* W 13-5 San Jose State* W 6-4 San Jose State* L 3-5 @ Texas L 15-17 @ Hawai’i* L 2-6 @ Hawai’i* L 2-3 @ Hawai’i* L 6-14 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* W 6-3 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* (10) L 2-3 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* L 6-10 Texas Wesleyan W 5-4 Texas Wesleyan W 7-2 Texas Wesleyan W 4-3 Tarleton State (10) L 5-8 @ Texas Tech W 7-5 @ Rice* W 3-0 @ Rice* L 3-12 @ Oklahoma L 2-5

2000

Feb 1 5 5 6 8 10 11 11 12 15 18 19 20 22 26 27 27 29 Mar 3 4 5 7 10 11 12 16 17 18 24 24 25 26 28 31 Apr 1 4

7 Fresno State* L 7-9 8 Fresno State* L 3-8 9 Fresno State* W 10-1 13 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 11-5 14 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 2-1 15 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 9-7 20 @ San Jose State* L 6-11 21 @ San Jose State* W 7-5 22 @ San Jose State* L 0-5 27 Hawai’i* W 4-1 28 Hawai’i* W 7-1 29 Hawai’i* L 6-7 May 4 @ Fresno State* L 6-9 5 @ Fresno State* L 6-7 6 @ Fresno State* L 5-6 14 vs. SW Texas St.$ W 8-3 19 Rice* L 1-11 20 Rice* L 0-3 20 Rice* L 3-8 21 Rice* W 3-2 % - Played in Arlington, Texas $ - Played at Dell Diamond - Round Rock

2001

32-28 (WAC 21-15, 3rd) Lance Brown

Jan 30 Prairie View A&M W 17-0 30 Prairie View A&M W 17-2 Feb 2 vs. Texas Tech# L 4-5 3 vs. Baylor# L 4-12 4 vs. Texas# W 2-1 7 Missouri Southern L 6-9 9 vs. Kansas$ L 3-7 10 vs. Charlotte$ W 10-1 11 vs. SW Texas St. $ L 4-16 18 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 14-2 18 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 6-1 19 Hawai’i-Hilo* W 12-0 20 Oklahoma W 6-1 23 @ San Jose State* W 5-3 25 @ San Jose State* L 2-8 Mar 4 UT-Pan American W 9-5 4 UT-Pan American W 21-2 6 @ Texas W 7-2 7 @ SW Texas St. L 4-9 9 Nevada* W 8-5 10 Nevada* L 3-5 13 @ UT-Arlington L 3-5 15 Iowa State W 29-4 17 @ Hawai’i* W 8-5 18 @ Hawai’i* W 13-3 19 @ Hawai’i* W 11-8 22 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* W 7-4 23 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* W 9-0 24 @ Hawai’i-Hilo* W 3-1 30 Rice* L 3-5 31 Rice* L 1-4 Apr 1 Rice* L 1-7 3 @ Oklahoma L 5-9 5 vs. Nevada* W 12-7 6 @ Nevada* L 7-15 7 @ Nevada* W 8-7 8 @ Nevada* L 3-7 11 @ Texas Tech L 4-9 12 UT-Arlington W 6-4 14 Hawai’i* L 4-11 15 Hawai’i* W 5-4 16 Hawai’i* W 6-5 17 vs. Texas^ L 2-10 21 @ Fresno State* W 6-5 21 @ Fresno State* W 6-5 22 @ Fresno State* L 5-7 24 Texas Tech L 4-14 27 vs. San Jose State* W 4-2 28 San Jose State* W 7-3 28 San Jose State* L 0-5 29 San Jose State* W 4-3 May 3 Fresno State* W 4-3 4 Fresno State* L 5-11 5 Fresno State* L 5-6 12 @ UT-Arlington W 4-3 12 @ UT-Arlington L 4-8 13 UT-Arlington L 7-10 18 @ Rice* L 3-17 19 @ Rice* L 3-13 20 @ Rice* L 2-5 # - Astros College Classic - Enron Field $ - Express Col. Classic - Dell Diamond ^ - Played at The Ballpark In Arlington 30-29 (C-USA 19-11, 3rd) Lance Brown Feb 7 vs. Texas Tech# (10) L 1-2 8 vs. Texas# W 8-1 9 vs. Baylor# W 6-5 12 @ UT-Arlington L 3-5 15 vs. SW Texas St.^(10) L 4-5 16 vs. Texas Tech^ L 1-5 17 vs. SW Texas St.^ W 12-2 19 Texas Tech L 13-14 20 Texas Tech L 9-10 23 Sam Houston State W 12-0 24 Sam Houston State W 10-8 Mar 1 @ UT-Arlington L 3-7 4 UT-Arlington W 23-12

2002

5 @ Texas Tech L 11-17 6 @ Texas Tech L 4-17 8 vs. Notre Dame~ W 7-3 8 vs. USC~ L 3-8 9 vs. UT-Pan Am~ L 4-5 10 vs. SW Texas St.~ W 4-3 12 vs. Texas$ L 1-5 15 Southern Miss* W 8-6 16 Southern Miss* L 9-10 17 Southern Miss* L 3-8 22 @ East Carolina* W 5-1 23 @ East Carolina* W 8-4 24 @ East Carolina* W 7-2 26 @ Baylor W 5-3 29 Charlotte* W 11-6 30 Charlotte* W 19-3 31 Charlotte* L 4-5 Apr 2 Baylor L 3-10 5 @ USF* W 6-4 6 @ USF* L 5-6 7 @ USF* W 7-6 12 Saint Louis* W 6-0 13 Saint Louis* W 11-1 14 Saint Louis* W 14-0 16 @ Oklahoma L 3-7 19 @ Tulane* L 5-8 20 @ Tulane* L 5-11 21 @ Tulane* L 3-4 23 UT-Arlington L 1-15 26 @ Louisville* W 12-10 28 @ Louisville* W 13-4 28 @ Louisville* L 3-4 30 vs. Texas$ L 8-14 May 3 UAB* W 8-0 4 UAB* W 13-8 5 UAB* W 7-3 10 Cincinnati* W 8-4 11 Cincinnati* W 6-4 12 Cincinnati* W 6-1 14 UT-Arlington W 6-3 16 @ Houston* L 0-2 17 @ Houston* L 2-4 18 @ Houston* L 1-6 22 vs. East Carolina! L 1-5 23 vs. Louisville! W 8-1 24 vs. USF! L 1-2 # - Astros College Classic - Enron Field ^ - Lone Star Classic - Dell Diamond $ - @ Dell Diamond - Round Rock, TX ~ - Express Col Classic - Dell Diamond ! - C-USA Tournament - Kinston, N.C. 35-22 (C-USA 22-8, 2nd) Lance Brown UT-Arlington L 3-5 UT-San Antonio W 10-4 UT-San Antonio W 5-3 UT-San Antonio W 6-1 UT-Arlington W 11-4 @ SE Louisiana W 15-3 @ SE Louisiana L 0-2 @ SE Louisiana W 9-4 @ Texas Tech L 11-15 Texas Tech W 2-1 Texas Tech W 3-2 Texas Tech L 5-7 UT-Arlington W 4-3 vs. UT-Arlington L 6-10 vs. UT-Arlington L 1-13 @ Oklahoma L 6-13 BYU L 6-7 BYU (10) W 3-2 BYU W 16-6 @ Texas Tech L 3-6 Tulane* W 5-4 Tulane* W 4-3 Tulane*(10) L 5-6 Baylor L 3-10 @ Saint Louis* W 5-1 @ Saint Louis* W 13-3 @ Saint Louis* W 13-3 Oklahoma (11) W 4-3 Houston* L 2-5 Houston* W 5-2 Houston* L 5-6 Southwest Texas St. W 8-0 @ Memphis* L 6-9 @ Memphis* W 8-0 @ Memphis* L 4-5 @ UAB* W 1-0 @ UAB* W 7-0 @ UAB* W 10-2 East Carolina* W 8-2 East Carolina* W 4-3 East Carolina* W 12-6 @ Baylor L 4-22 @ Cincinnati* W 3-0 @ Cincinnati* W 7-0 @ Cincinnati* W 12-6 @ Sam Houston St. L 10-11 USF* L 0-3 USF* W 5-1

2003

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TCU Horned Frogs YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS 4 USF* W 10-3 9 @ Charlotte* L 6-9 10 @ Charlotte* W 20-15 11 @ Charlotte* W 18-6 15 Louisville* L 6-10 16 Louisville* W 30-2 17 Louisville* W 8-7 21 vs. Louisville! L 1-5 22 vs. USF! L 6-10 ! - C-USA Tournament - New Orleans, La. 34-33 (SWC 11-13, t-4th) Jim Schlossnagle

2004

C-USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPS NCAA Austin Regional Feb 5 Dallas Baptist (10) W 13-12 7 Dallas Baptist L 9-10 15 Texas State (10) L 4-7 15 Texas State L 2-6 17 @ Texas Arlington L 0-11 19 vs. Oklahoma State! W 14-6 20 vs. Dallas Baptist! W 6-1 21 vs. Furman Univ.! W 7-2 24 @ Oklahoma State L 5-7 27 @ Texas Tech W 6-4 28 @ Texas Tech W 8-5 29 @ Texas Tech L 9-19 Mar 5 St. John’s W 13-9 6 St. John’s W 3-2 7 @ UT-Arlington L 7-8 11 vs. Arizona^ L 2-5 12 New Mexico W 2-0 13 New Mexico W 11-3 14 New Mexico W 5-1 16 Oklahoma W 6-3 19 Memphis* W 11-5 20 Memphis* W 22-2 21 Memphis* W 8-7 26 @ Houston* W 1-0 27 @ Houston* L 2-9 28 @ Houston* W 18-7 30 @ Baylor L 0-11 Apr 2 @ Southern Miss* L 6-19 3 @ Southern Miss* L 3-4 4 @ Southern Miss* L 5-9 9 Cincinnati* W 13-2 10 Cincinnati* W 10-3 11 Cincinnati* L 6-7 14 UT-Arlington W 4-3 16 @ USF* L 3-4 17 @ USF* W 7-6 18 @ USF* W 7-1 20 @ Oklahoma W 5-4 23 Saint Louis* W 10-8 24 Saint Louis* W 12-5 25 Saint Louis* W 5-2 27 Baylor L 0-4 30 @ Louisville* W 18-11 May 2 @ Louisville* L 2-3 2 @ Louisville* W 10-6 7 UAB* W 5-4 8 UAB* L 10-20 9 UAB* L 2-10 11 Dallas Baptist L 3-5 14 @ East Carolina* L 2-7 15 @ East Carolina* L 3-14 16 @ East Carolina* W 3-1 18 Sam Houston State L 3-7 20 Charlotte* W 6-2 21 Charlotte* W 8-1 22 Charlotte* W 9-7 26 vs. Houston$ L 5-9 27 vs. Louisville$ W 4-3 28 vs. East Carolina$ W 10-4 29 vs. Houston$ W 8-3 29 vs. Houston$ W 5-4 30 vs. Southern Miss$ W 3-1 June 4 vs. Oral Roberts# L 5-6 5 vs. Youngstown St.# W 12-8 5 vs. Oral Roberts# L 1-10 ! - SW Diamond Classic - Ft. Worth, TX ^ - Played at Dell Diamond - Round Rock $ - C-USA Tournament - Houston, Texas # - NCAA Austin Regional - Austin, TX

2005

41-20 (C-USA 20-10, 2nd) Jim Schlossnagle

C-USA TOURNAMENT CHAMPS NCAA Waco Regional Feb 11 13 13 15 18 19 20 22 25 26 Mar 4 5 6 8

Utah Utah Utah Texas Tech @ Florida Atlantic @ Florida Atlantic @ Florida Atlantic @ Sam Houston St. Dallas Baptist Dallas Baptist Manhattan (11) Manhattan Manhattan Texas Tech

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11 @ #5 Rice W 2-1 12 @ #5 Rice L 5-15 13 @ #5 Rice L 1-2 15 @ #16 Baylor (10) L 3-4 18 #24 Southern Miss* W 10-9 19 #24 Southern Miss* W 5-4 20 #24 S’ern Miss* (10) L 7-14 22 Oklahoma L 4-5 25 @ Saint Louis* W 10-0 26 @ Saint Louis* W 13-1 26 @ Saint Louis* L 4-11 Apr 1 East Carolina* W 8-5 2 East Carolina* L 5-10 3 East Carolina* W 4-0 5 @ UT-Arlington W 11-2 8 USF* W 9-4 9 USF* W 7-3 10 USF* W 9-2 12 @ Oklahoma L 10-20 15 @ Memphis* W 10-2 16 @ Memphis* W 9-1 17 @ Memphis* (10) L 5-6 19 #8 Baylor (11) W 2-1 23 @ Charlotte L 14-15 23 @ Charlotte W 27-7 24 @ Charlotte W 8-3 26 UT-Pan Am W 9-2 27 UT-Pan Am W 8-0 29 Houston* W 7-2 30 Houston* W 9-6 May 1 Houston* L 1-6 3 UT-Arlington W 12-3 6 @ Cincinnati* W 11-0 7 @ Cincinnati* L 3-4 8 @ Cincinnati* W 15-13 13 Louisville* W 4-1 14 Louisville* L 2-5 15 Louisville* (8) W 11-0 20 @ #1 Tulane L 2-5 20 @ #1 Tulane W 6-0 21 @ #1 Tulane L 1-5 25 vs. Louisville^ W 4-2 26 @ Southern Miss^ W 8-0 28 @ Southern Miss^ W 13-7 June 4 vs. Stanford! W 5-1 5 @ #8 Baylor! L 3-8 5 vs. Stanford! L 4-12 ^ - C-USA Tourney, Hattiesburg, Miss. ! - NCAA Waco Regional, Waco, Texas

2006

39-23 (MWC 17-5) Jim Schlossnagle

MWC CHAMPS MWC Tournament Champs NCAA Norman Regional

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vs. #12 Tulane^ (10) W 5-3 vs. Houston^ W 6-4 vs. #2 Rice^ L 6-12 Texas State L 1-5 vs. #17 Arkansas! L 2-5 @ UT-Pan Am! W 9-4 vs. Stephen F. Austin! W 13-0 Wright State L 4-6 Wright State W 8-4 Wright State W 4-2 Dallas Baptist L 8-11 Florida Atlantic W 5-1 Florida Atlantic W 10-5 Florida Atlantic L 3-4 #23 Oklahoma L 5-10 vs. #1 Rice% L 1-8 vs. TAMU-CC% W 6-1 vs. #13 Arizona St.% L 1-3 @ Texas State W 3-1 @ UC Santa Barbara L 3-13 @ UC Santa Barbara L 4-5 @ UC Santa Barbara W 8-5 @ #21 Baylor L 4-10 UCF W 2-1 UCF L 1-5 UCF (10) L 3-5 vs. BYU*$ W 9-4 vs. UNLV*$ W 5-2 vs. San Diego St.*$ L 7-9 vs. Air Force*$ W 12-6 Baylor W 18-8 Air Force* W 16-1 Air Force* W 13-2 Air Force* W 5-4 @ #16 Oklahoma L 11-12 UNLV* W 7-3 UNLV* W 9-7 UNLV* W 3-2 @ BYU* W 6-4 @ BYU* W 14-5 @ BYU* L 4-6 @ UT-Arlington W 16-6 @ San Diego State* L 0-6 @ San Diego St.*(10) W 7-5 @ San Diego State* L 2-5 Dallas Baptist L 0-3 Utah* W 2-0

6 Utah* W 18-3 7 Utah* L 3-6 12 UT-Pan Am W 4-0 13 UT-Pan Am W 6-3 14 UT-Pan Am W 5-4 16 UT-Arlngton W 8-5 18 @ New Mexico* W 15-2 19 @ New Mexico* W 13-6 20 @ New Mexico* W 8-6 24 vs. New Mexico@ W 18-6 25 vs. BYU@ W 13-6 27 vs. BYU@ W 9-6 June 2 @ #13 Oklahoma# W 6-5 3 vs. Wichita State# L 8-18 4 vs. #13 Oklahoma# L 6-15 ^ - Houston College Classic ! - UT-Pan Am Tourney - Edinburg, TX % - Whataburger Classic - Corpus Christi $ - MWC Preseason Tourney, San Diego @ - MWC Postseason Tourney, Las Vegas # - NCAA Norman Regional, Okla.

2007

48-14 (MWC 20-3) Jim Schlossnagle

MWC CHAMPS MWC Tournament Champs NCAA HOUSTON Regional

Feb 9 @ UCF W 10-1 10 @ UCF W 12-1 11 @ UCF L 6-8 13 Dallas Baptist (12) W 6-5 16 #27 Oral Roberts W 2-1 17 #27 Oral Roberts W 10-8 18 #27 Oral Roberts W 8-4 23 @ #30 Coastal Caro.! L 6-11 24 vs. UNC Wilmington! L 5-10 24 vs. Notre Dame! L 1-4 25 vs. #26 N.C. State! W 5-3 Mar 2 Vermont W 12-1 3 Vermont W 4-1 4 Vermont W 10-2 9 vs. #8 Rice^ L 6-20 10 vs. TAMU-CC^ W 3-0 11 vs. Texas Tech^ L 1-4 14 UT-Arlington W 10-6 16 Air Force* W 6-0 17 Air Force* W 10-2 18 Air Force* W 7-2 20 @ UT-Arlington W 10-6 22 @ BYU* W 6-5 23 @ BYU* L 11-12 24 @ BYU* W 12-3 27 @ #14 Texas A&M L 2-13 31 UC Santa Barbara W 12-3 31 UC Santa Barbara W 8-5 Apr 1 UC Santa Barbara W 8-3 3 @ Oklahoma L 5-13 5 @ Air Force* W 9-2 6 @ Air Force* W 15-5 10 @ Baylor W 6-3 13 @ UNLV* W 13-5 14 @ UNLV* W 16-12 15 @ UNLV* W 7-3 17 Oklahoma W 11-4 19 BYU* L 0-5 20 BYU* W 14-2 21 BYU* W 7-0 25 Texas Tech W 8-6 27 San Diego St.* (10) W 6-5 28 San Diego Sate* W 6-5 29 San Diego State* W 11-1 May 1 Baylor L 0-3 4 @ Utah* W 8-3 5 @ Utah* W 6-4 6 @ Utah* (10) W 3-1 11 UT-Pan American W 4-3 12 UT-Pan American W 9-2 13 UT-Pan American W 6-1 15 UT-Arlington W 14-7 17 New Mexico* W 10-4 18 New Mexico* W 4-2 19 New Mexico* L 8-9 24 vs. UNLV$ W 8-1 25 vs. BYU$ W 8-7 26 vs. BYU$ W 9-8 June 1 vs. Baylor# W 3-2 2 vs. #2 Rice# L 3-6 3 vs. Baylor# W 10-5 3 vs. #2 Rice# L 1-3 ! - Baseball at the Beach - Myrtle Beach, SC ^ - Whataburger Classic - Corpus Christi $ - MWC Postseason Tourney, Las Vegas # - NCAA Houston Regional, Rice

TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

2008

44-19 (MWC 19-5) Jim Schlossnagle

MWC CHAMPS MWC Tournament Champs NCAA stillwater Regional

Feb 22 #14 Cal St. Fullerton L 5-11 23 #14 Cal St. Fullerton W 4-2 24 #14 Cal St. Fullerton L 4-7 26 Dallsas Baptist W 6-1 29 @ Minnesota! (12) W 7-4 Mar 1 vs. Pepperdine! L 4-10 2 vs. Tulane! L 3-5 4 UT-Arlington W 3-2 5 Texas State (11) W 4-3 8 #2 Ole Miss L 1-3 8 #2 Ole Miss W 5-4 9 #2 Ole Miss W 2-1 11 Prairie View A&M W 10-1 12 Prairie View A&M W 6-0 14 @ #15 Wichita St. L 1-5 15 @ #15 Wichita St. L 2-3 16 @ #15 Wichita St. L 1-5 20 New Mexico* W 10-2 21 New Mexcio* L 4-7 22 New Mexico* L 3-5 24 vs. Dallas Baptist@ W 20-3 25 TAMU-CC W 1-0 25 TAMU-CC W 5-1 28 @ UNLV* W 6-2 29 @ UNLV* L 6-7 30 @ UNLV* L 6-7 Apr 1 #29 Baylor W 3-2 2 @ Texas State W 12-8 4 Air Force* W 5-1 5 Air Force* W 6-3 6 Air Force* W 3-2 8 @ #30 Baylor W 4-3 11 UNLV* W 4-3 12 UNLV* W 12-1 13 UNLV* W 3-2 15 Oklahoma L 4-5 17 @ BYU* W 16-5 18 @ BYU* W 13-4 19 @ BYU* W 11-7 21 @ Dallas Baptist W 6-4 22 @ Oklahoma L 6-11 25 @ San Diego State* L 1-4 26 @ San Diego State* W 16-5 27 @ San Diego State* W 13-6 29 #6 Texas A&M L 2-3 30 @ UT-Arlington W 5-2 May 2 Utah* W 5-2 3 Utah* W 6-3 4 Utah* W 6-4 10 UT-Pan American W 4-3 11 UT-Pan American W 13-3 12 UT-Pan American W 8-5 16 @ New Mexico* W 8-3 16 @ New Mexico* W 14-11 17 @ New Mexico* W 13-4 21 vs. UNLV^ W 9-3 22 vs. New Mexico^ L 2-3 23 vs. Utah^ W 6-3 23 vs. New Mexico^ W 9-2 24 vs. New Mexico^ W 15-2 30 vs. #14 Wichita St.% L 5-8 31 vs. W’ern Kentucky% W 10-5 Jun 1 vs. #5 Oklahoma St.% L 8-9 ! - Dairy Queen Classic - Minneapolis, Minn. @ - Dr Pepper Ballpark - Frisco, Texas ^ - MWC Postseason Tourney, Fort Worth % - NCAA Stillwater Regional - Oklahoma St.

2009

40-18 (MWC 15-5) Jim Schlossnagle

MWC CHAMPS FortWorthRegionalChamps Austin super Regional

Feb 20 @ #5 Cal St. Fullerton L 6-7 21 @ #5 Cal St. Fullerton W 8-6 22 @ #5 Cal St. Fullerton W 11-6 24 Dallas Baptist W 6-0 25 Texas State W 8-2 28 @ #13 Ole Miss W 19-13 Mar 3 @ UT Arlington W 11-3 4 #6 Baylor L 1-2 6 Wichita State W 6-5 7 Wichita State W 9-4 8 Wichita State W 12-3 10 @ Texas State W 9-5 14 Minnesota L 4-6 15 Minnesota L 2-7 16 #25 Minnesota W 4-1 17 #13 Oklahoma L 7-8 20 @ Utah* W 8-7 21 @ Utah* W 6-1 22 @ Utah* (10) L 8-9 24 Stephen F. Austin W 10-2 26 @ #8 Baylor L 4-15 27 San Diego State* L 5-11 28 San Diego State* W 8-5 29 San Diego State* L 1-2 Apr 1 UT Arlington W 2-1 3 #18 New Mexico* W 7-3 4 #18 New Mexico* W 4-2 5 #18 New Mexico* W 19-3 7 @ #9 Texas L 0-6 9 @ UT Pan American W 9-1 10 @ UT Pan American W 3-0 11 @ UT Pan American W 18-0 13 Texas Tech W 12-5 14 @ #9 Oklahoma L 5-7 21 TAMU-CC W 6-2 22 TAMU-CC W 10-7 24 @ #19 San Diego St.* L 3-4 25 @ #19 San Diego St.* W 8-7 26 @ #19 San Diego St.* W 6-5 28 @ #15 Texas A&M (10) L 3-4 30 BYU* W 8-5 May 1 BYU* W 5-3 8 Utah* W 10-5 9 Utah* L 11-15 10 Utah* W 4-3 11 @ Dallas Baptist W 5-3 14 @ UNLV* W 10-4 15 @ UNLV* W 14-10 16 @ UNLV* W 10-3 20 Utah^ L 7-9 21 BYU^ W 9-2 22 Utah^ L 4-6 29 Wright State& W 6-3 30 Oregon State& W 13-1 31 Oregon State& W 5-4 Jun 6 @ #4 Texas! L 4-10 7 @ #4 Texas! W 3-2 8 @ #4 Texas! L 2-5 ^ ­- MWC Postseason Tourney, Fort Worth & - NCAA Fort Worth Regional ! - NCAA Austin Super Regional


2010 Baseball TCU POSTSEASON HONORS

All-america honors 1921.........................................................................................Pete Donahue, P 1927.............................................................................................. Bear Wolf, 1B 1934............................................................................................... Slim Kinzy, P 1948............................................................................................. Jim Busby, CF 1956.............................................................................................. Al Paschal, SS 1957......................................................................................Carl Warwick, OF 1963.......................................................................................... Lance Brown, P 1970...........................................................................................Jeff Newman, C 1973............................................................................................ Phil Turner 2B 1974.....................................................................................Frank Johnstone, P 1985...................................................................................... Mike Ramsey, OF 1988..............................................................................................Rob Jones, 1B 1994..........................................................................Adam Robson, 1B (2nd) Darren Tawwater, C (3rd) Tim Grieve, P (3rd) 1998....................................................................... Royce Huffman, 3B (2nd) 1999......................................................................... Royce Huffman, 3B (1st) 2002........................................................................ Terry Trofholz, OF (2nd) 2003...........................................................................Clayton Jerome, P (3rd) 2004.......................................................................... Robbie Findlay, P (HM) 2005...........................................................................Lance Broadway, P (1st) 2006................................................................................. Jake Arrieta, P (2nd) Chad Huffman, INF (3rd) 2008........................................................................ Andrew Cashner, P (2nd) Freshman All-Americans 1996............................Royce Huffman, DH 2004.............................. Chad Huffman, OF Shelby Ford, 3B German Duran, SS 2005.............................. Matt McGuirk, DH Andrew Walker, C 2008................................. Sean Hoelscher, P Trent Appleby, P Academic All-Americans 1992...................... Scott Malone, 1B (2nd) Player of the Year 1963...........................Lance Brown (SWC) 1966............................Jimmy Duffy (SWC) 1999......................Royce Huffman (WAC)

Scott Malone

Pitcher of the Year 2003...................Clayton Jerome (C-USA) 2005..................Lance Broadway (C-USA) 2006............................Jake Arrieta (MWC) Freshman of the Year 1996...................... Royce Huffman (SWC) 2004.................... Chad Huffman (C-USA) Tournament MVP 2004......................Austin Adams (C-USA) 2006......................Chad Huffman (MWC) 2007........................Austin Adams (MWC) 2008.......................... Clint Arnold (MWC)

Clayton Jerome

NCAA REGIONAL MOP 2009................... Jason Coats (Fort Worth) TCU Baseball | 2009 Fort Worth Regional Champions | 2006-09 MWC Champions

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TCU Horned Frogs POSTSEASON CONFERENCE HONORS SWC ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS 1923....................................................................................................................................Fred Scott, P 1924.............................................................................. Fred Lovvorn, UT; Lawrence Tankersly, C 1925...........................................................................Harold Cason, P; Raymond (Bear) Wolf, 1B 1926........................................................................................................... Raymond (Bear) Wolf, 1B 1927............................................................................................................................. Harold Cason, P 1931.........................................................................................John Hirstine, 1B; Percy Williams, C 1932......................................................................................... Herbert Dennis, C; J.W. Hinton, OF 1933.................................................................................................Pat Donovan, OF; Slim Kinzy, P 1934.................................................................................................Pat Donovan, OF; Slim Kinzy, P 1935....................................................... Sammy Baugh, 2B; Dan Harston, OF ; Jimmy Jacks, 1B 1936.......................................................................................................................... Sammy Baugh, 3B 1937................................................................................................................................L.D. Meyer, 2B 1945............................................................................................James Conrad, P; Harry Mullins, C 1948.................................................................................................................................Jim Busby, OF 1949..................................................................................................................................Jim Nolan, 3B 1950.................................................................................................Norris Graves, P; Bill Looney, C 1951.................................................................................................Norris Graves, P; Bill Looney, C 1952............................................................................................................................. Norris Graves, P 1954............................................................................................Tommy Hill, P; Les Mattinson, OF 1955.........................................................................................................................Les Mattinson, OF 1956................................................................................................ Bob McDaniel, P; Al Paschal, SS Charles Quick, 2B; Carl Warwick, OF; Bob White, OF 1957......................................................................................Charles Quick, 2B; Carl Warwick, OF 1958......................................................................................... George Banda, UT; Hunter Enis, 1B 1959...............................................................................Charles Franklin, 2B; Marshall Harris, OF 1960...............................................................................................................................Doug Moore, C 1961.............................................................................................................................. Cliff Justice, OF 1962................................................................................................................................Bob Bigley, OF 1963.............................. Bob Bigley, OF; Lance Brown, P, Bill McAdams, 2B; Jay Walrath, OF 1964........................................................................................................................... Jay Walwrath, OF

1965.................................................................................................................... Ronnie McClain, UT 1966....................................................................................... Parke Davidson, SS; Jimmy Duffy, 2B Tommy Gramly, P; Richard Hooper, UT; Mickey Yates, OF 1967............ Parke Davidson, SS; Mickey McCarty, P, Abby Stratton, UT; Mickey Yates, OF 1968....................................................................................Bill Ferguson, C; Chuck Machemehl, P Mickey McCarty, P; Jeff Newman, 2B; Dick Turner, UT 1969................................................................................................ Bill Ferguson, C; Dick Gage, OF Jeff Newman 3B; Larry Peel, 1B; Roger Williams, OF 1970..........................................................................................................................Glenn Monroe, SS 1971..........................................................................................................................Glenn Monroe, SS 1972..................................................Don Bodenhammer, 3B; Frank Johnstone, P; Jim Tores, C 1973....................................................Don Bodenhammer, 3B; Tom Butler, SS; Phil Turner, 2B 1974............................................................................................ Tommy Crain, 1B; Phil Turner, 2B 1976............................................................................. Gene Burton, DH; Danny Twardowski, 2B 1977.......................................................................................................................Danny Rossellini, C 1978..............................................................................................................................Steve Houk, OF 1980.......................................................................................................................Randy Rodriguez, P 1981..............................................................................................................................Trey Brooks, 2B 1984..........................................................................................................................Mike Ramsey, DH 1985..........................................................................................................................Mike Ramsey, DH 1986.........................................................................................................................Fred Benavides, SS 1987.......................................................................................................................... Lew Williams, OF 1988............................................................................................Tim Mauser, P; Paul Gonzalez, OF 1989....................................................................................................................... Tom Hardgrove, 1B 1990......................................................................................Paul Gonzalez, OF; Scott Malone, UT 1991.......................................................... Travis Barr, P; Scott Malone, OF; Chris Thomsen, 1B 1992............................................Craig Framer, P; Beto Garza-Gongora, UT; Scott Malone, 1B 1994.................................. Clay Caruthers, P; Shannon Coulter, SS; Beto Garza-Gongora, OF 1995............................................................................................................................Scott Atchison, P 1996..................Scott Atchison, P; Ryan Dunn, OF, Royce Huffman, DH; Jeff McCurdy, OF­­

WAC All-Conference Honors 1997..........................................................................Chris Connally, OF 1998................................... Chris Connally, OF; Royce Huffman, 3B Sam Lunsford, 3B; Jeff Shaddix, P 1999.............................................. Royce Huffman, 3B; Mark Silva, C Scott Atchison, P; (2nd team) Cade Harris, DH 2000......................Mark Hamilton, 1B; (2nd team) Tom Bates; OF 2001............................................Tom Bates, OF; Chris Bradshaw, SP Stan Newton, RP; (2nd team) Jason Price, C Erick Macha, SS; Mike Settle, 3B Terry Trofholz, OF; Rudy Ontiveros, UT C-USA All-Conference Honors 2002................. Terry Trofholz, OF; (2nd team) Clayton Jerome, P Chris Meeks, OF; Walter Olmstead, 1B 2003........................................... Mike Settle, 3B; Chris Neuman, DH Clayton Jerome, P; (2nd team) Jake Duncan, OF 2004.................... (2nd Team) Shelby Ford, IF; Clayton Jerome, SP Chad Huffman, OF; Robbie Findlay, RP 2005.....................(1st Team) Shelby Ford, IF; Lance Broadway, SP (2nd team) Chad Huffman, IF C-USA All-Freshman Team 2004............................Chad Huffman, Shelby Ford, German Duran 2005.....................................................Andrew Walker, Matt McGuirk MWC All-Conference Honors 2006....................................... Andrew Walker, C; Chad Huffman, 1B Austin Adams, OF; Jake Arrieta, P, Sam Demel, RP (2nd Team) Matt Carpenter, 3B; Bryan Kervin, SS 2007.......................................... Andrew Walker, C; Bryan Kervin, SS Clint Arnold, OF; Austin Adams, OF Jake Arrieta, P; Sam Demel, P (2nd Team) Matt Vern, 1B; Keith Conlon, OF Steven Trout, 3B; Chance Corgan, P; Chris Johnson, P 2008........................................Bryan Holaday, C; Ben Carruthers, 2B Clint Arnold, OF; Tyler Lockwood, P; Andrew Cashner, P; (2nd Team) Matt Carpenter, 3B; Chris Ellington, OF; Sean Hoelscher, P 2009...................................................Matt Vern, 1B; Trent Appleby, P (2nd Team) Bryan Holaday, C; Taylor Featherston, SS Matt Carpenter, 3B; Chris Ellington, OF; Taylor Cragin, P

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ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMS All-SWC Tournament 1991..........................................Chris Thomsen, 1B; Mike Macko, 2B Rick Hinojosa, SS; Kelly Johns, P; Jared Shope, P 1994............................................................................... Kerby Smith, 3B All-WAC Tournament 1998..........................................................................Chris Connally, OF 1999... Marshall Wilson, OF; Erick Macha, 2B, Royce Huffman, 3B All-CONFERENCE USA Tournament 2004................................................Bo Cogbill, IF; Chris Neuman, IF Chad Huffman, OF; Austin Adams, OF Ryan Weems, P; Clayton Jerome, P, Eugene Espineli, P 2005........................................ Keith Conlon, OF; Chad Huffman, IF Sam Demel, P; Lance Broadway, P All-MWC Tournament 2006.........Brad Furnish, P; Andrew Walker, C; Steven Trout, DH; Ryan Pack, OF; Chad Huffman, 1B (MVP) 2007.......................................... Keith Conlon, OF; Clint Arnold, OF Tyler Lockwood, P; Austin Adams, OF (MVP) 2008.................................................Bryan Kervin, SS; Matt Vern, 1B; Andrew Cashner, RP; Clint Arnold, OF (MVP) 2009.................................................................................Kyle Winkler, P Austin Regional All-Tournament 2004.................................................................................Shelby Ford, SS Waco Regional All-Tournament 2005...............................................Bo Cogbill, IF; Lance Broadway, P Houston Regional All-Tournament 2007.......................................... Steven Trout, 3B; Austin Adams, OF Stillwater Regional All-Tournament 2008....................................................................................Matt Vern, 1B fort worth Regional All-Tournament 2009....................................... Matt Vern, 1B; Taylor Featherston, SS; Chris Ellington, OF; Kyle Winkler, P; Jason Coats, OF (MOP)


2010 Baseball HORNED FROG IN THE PROS The TCU Baseball Draft Notebook: • Under Head Coach Jim Schlossnagle, the Horned Frogs have seen 21 players drafted by 12 different teams over the last five years. • In 2005, Lance Broadway became the highest draft pick in TCU baseball history when he was aselected with the 15th overall pick by the Chicago White Sox. In the last 10 years, Broadway was the fourth-highest draft pick of any sport at TCU. • In 2006, the Horned Frogs were one of just three schools to have two players selected in the first 54 picks of the draft. • In 2007, the Frogs saw four players drafted on day one, again putting them in elite company as only two other schools accomplished that same feat. • Overall with seven picks in 2007, the Frogs were one of just 24 schools with that many players drafted. • 2007 also marked the Major League debut of Lance Broadway, the first player in Schlossnagle’s tenure to reach the Big Leagues. Eugene Espineli made his Major League debut in 2008. • In 2008, Andrew Cashner became the second pitcher under Schlossnagle to be drafted in the first round, going 19th overall to the Chicago Cubs. • The Frogs two first round picks in the last five years is tied for tops of any school in Texas. • In the last five years, the Frogs have had nine players drafted in the first 164 picks, which is tied for the best mark in Texas. • TCU currently has 18 players in professional baseball, one of which ended the season on a Major League roster.

LANCE BROADWAY

Lance Broadway was called up to the big leagues on September 4, 2007 after nearly a full season at the Triple A level with the Charlotte Knights. He made an immediate impact with the White Sox, earning the starting nod against the Kansas City Royals on September 27. He tossed six scoreless innings in his first big league start and fanned a career-high eight batters. In the summer of 2009, he was traded to the N.Y. Mets. Broadway signed a free agent contract with the Toronto Blue Jays in the fall of 2009.

Yr. ERA W-L ‘07 0.87 1-1 ‘08 7.07 1-0 ‘09 5.87 0-1 Tot 5.24 2-2

Broadway’s Major League Career Stats

G-GS CG SH/CB SV 4-1 0 0/2 0 7-1 0 0/0 0 16-0 0 0.0 0 27-2 0 0/2 0

IP 10.1 14.0 30.2 55.0

H 5 20 38 63

R 2 11 21 34

ER 1 11 20 32

BB SO WP HB 5 14 0 0 5 7 0 0 15 18 0 0 25 39 0 0

1965 Ronnie Paul P William Ferguson C 1966 Mickey Yates OF Ronnie Paul P Tommy Gramly P 1967 Parke Davidson SS Richard Hooper UT William Ferguson C 1968 Bing Bingham P Chuck Machemehl P Mickey McCarty P William Ferguson C 1969 William Ferguson C William Ferguson C 1970 Jeff Newman 2B 1971 Roger Williams OF 1973 Thomas Butler SS Don Bodenhamer 2B 1975 Thomas Crain 1B 1980 Trey Brooks 2B Cameron Young P 1981 Trey Brooks 2B Warren Oliver SS Greg Moore P Luis Rojas P 1984 Mickey Kazmierski P 1985 Brian Ohnoutka P Mike Ramsey OF Kight Higgins P William Booker P Howard Williams P 1986 Ronnie Jackson C Bernie Walker OF 1987 Fred Benavides SS Brian Veilleux P 1988 Tim Mauser P John Briscoe P 1989 Tommy Hardgrove 1B Kerry Knox P Scott Thoma P Leon Clay OF 1990 Paul Gonzalez OF 1991 Chris Thomsen 1B 1992 Chris Eddy P Scott Malone 1B 1993 Johnny Cardenas C

All-Time Draft Picks Baltimore Orioles Milwaukee Brewers

14 27

278 511

Washington Senators New York Mets Cleveland Indians

20 2^ 4^

386 29 75

Oakland Athletics Cincinnati Reds Baltimore Orioles

35 36 6^

650 667 101

Chicago Cubs Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians New York Yankees

7* 12 25 4^

112 258 559 68

Los Angeles Dodgers Cincinnati Reds

4* 2^

79 38

Cleveland Indians

26

601

Atlanta Braves

25

573

Detroit Tigers Texas Rangers

15 31

355 661

Texas Rangers

30

645

New York Mets Texas Rangers

22 30

546 722

Chicago Cubs Kansas City Royals Toronto Blue Jays Oakland Athletics

8 11 13 15

182 281 315 377

San Diego Padres

11

273

San Francisco Giants Cincinnati Reds Toronto Blue Jays Texas Rangers New York Mets

2 16 19 25 26

30 396 495 629 672

Texas Rangers Cincinnati Reds

14 14

345 358

Cincinnati Reds Oakland Athletics

2 16

50 406

Philadelphia Phillies Oakland Athletics

3 3

68 73

Philadelphia Phillies San Diego Padres Chicago White Sox New York Mets

12 18 20 39

298 466 509 1019

San Diego Padres

10

274

Oakland Athletics

17

464

Kansas City Royals Texas Rangers

3 9

78 258

Seattle Mariners

46

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TCU Horned Frogs HORNED FROGS IN THE PROS 1994 Clay Caruthers P Reid Ryan P Tim Grieve P Shannon Coulter SS Darren Tawwater C 1996 Derek Lee P Flint Wallace P Toby Dollar P 1997 Ryan Dunn OF 1998 Ryan Ridenour P Jeffrey Shaddix P Matt Howe IF Chris Connally OF Scott Atchison P 1999 Royce Huffman IF 2000 Mark Hamilton OF 2001 Eric Macha SS Chris Bradshaw P Chad Durham P 2002 Walter Olmstead 1B Levi Robinson SS 2003 Jake Duncan OF Terry Trofholz OF Justin Hatcher C Chris Osentowski P Will Lewis IF 2004 Eugene Espineli P Clayton Jerome P 2005 Lance Broadway P Kyle Dahlberg C Stuart Musslewhite IF 2006 Chad Huffman OF Brad Furnish P Shawn Ferguson P Brent Allar P 2007 Sam Demel P Andrew Walker C Jake Arrieta P Chance Corgan P Keith Conlon OF Cody Dunbar P Seth Garrison P 2008 Andrew Cashner P Seth Garrison P Bryan Kervin SS 2009 Matt Vern OF Matt Carpenter IF Chris Ellington OF

Cincinnati Reds Texas Rangers Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals St. Louis Cardinals

5 17 23 31 39

128 477 639 863 1090

Milwaukee Brewers Oakland Athletics Los Angeles Dodgers

27 27 29

793 795 868

Houston Astros

8

250

New York Yankees New York Yankees Oakland Athletics Chicago Cubs Seattle Mariners

7 17 29 45 49

217 517 855 1326 1423

Houston Astros

12

383

Houston Astros

23

697

Ariz. Diamondbacks Texas Rangers Houston Astros

12 14 25

368 411 746

Cincinnati Reds Baltimore Orioles

6 34

165 1006

Baltimore Orioles Milwaukee Brewers Texas Rangers Baltimore Orioles Milwaukee Brewers

10 22 25 30 32

284 639 736 884 939

San Francisco Giants Texas Rangers

14 41

430 1221

Chicago White Sox Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles

1 13 24

15 393 723

San Diego Padres St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers Baltimore Orioles

2 2 9 14

53 54 272 415

Oakland Athletics Pittsburgh Pirates Baltimore Orioles San Francisco Giants San Deigo Padres Toronto Blue Jays Boston Red Sox

3 5 5 5 14 21 25

120 158 159 164 447 655 774

Chicago Cubs Boston Red Sox Toronto Blue Jays

1 23 27

19 712 819

San Diego Padres St. Louis Cardinals Milwaukee Brewers

13 13 32

384 399 976

All-time major leaguers Name ....................................................................... Team(s) (Yrs. In Majors) Louis Drucke..................................................................... New York Giants (1909-12) Ona Dodd...............................................................................Pittsburgh Pirates (1912) Jim Haislip...........................................................................Philadelphia Phillies(1912) Claude Cooper............ New York Giants (1913); Philadelphia Phillies (1916-17) Pete Donohue................Cincinnati Reds (1921-30); New York Giants (1930-31) Cleveland Indians (1931); Boston Red Sox (1932) A.S. Douglass..................................................................Cincinnati Reds (1921, 1925) Boob Fowler.......................... Cincinnati Reds (1923-25); Boston Red Sox (1926) Leo Tankersley.................................................................... Chicago White Sox (1925) Bear Wolf....................................................................................Cincinnati Reds (1927) Tex Carleton.............................................................. Saint Louis Cardinals (1932-34) Chicago Cubs (1935-38); Brooklyn Dodgers (1940) Slim Kinzy............................................................................ Chicago White Sox (1934) Dutch Meyer..................................................................................Chicago Cubs (1937) Detroit Tigers (1940-42); Cleveland Indians (1945-46) Randy Jackson.....Chicago Cubs (1950-55, 1959); Brooklyn Dodgers (1956-57) Los Angeles Dodgers (1958); Cleveland Indians (1958-59) Jim Busby............................................................Chicago White Sox (1950-52, 1955) Washington Senators (1952-55); Cleveland Indians (1956-57) Baltimore Orioles (1957-58, 1960-61); Boston Red Sox (1959-60) Houston Colt .45’s (1962) Carl Warwick....................................................................Los Angeles Dodgers (1961) St. Louis Cardinals (1961-62, 1964-65); Houston Colt .45’s (1962-63) Baltimore Orioles (1965); Chicago Cubs (1966) Tom Gramly . ........................................................................ Cleveland Indians (1968) Chuck Machemehl............................................................... Cleveland Indians (1971) Jeff Newman............................Oakland A’s (1976-82); Boston Red Sox (1983-84) Tim Mauser...... Philadelphia Phillies (1991, 1993); San Diego Padres (1993-95) Fred Benavides....................................................................Cincinnati Reds (1991-92) Colorado Rockies (1993); Montreal Expos (1994) John Briscoe . .................................................................. Oakland Athletics (1991-96) Chris Eddy............................................................................ Oakland Athletics (1995) Glenn Dishman.................................................................San Diego Padres (1995-96) Philadelphia Phillies (1996); Detroit Tigers (1997) Jeff Zimmerman................................................................ Texas Rangers (1999-2001) Scott Atchison..............Seattle Mariners (2004-06); San Francisco Giants (2007) Eugene Espineli................................................. San Fransisco Giants (2008) Lance Broadway....Chicago White Sox (2007-09); NY Mets (2009-present)

eugene espineli

Eugene Espineli was called up to the big leagues on July 20, 2008 and made his debut the same night with a scoreless inning of work. In 12 of his 15 outings, the lefty held opponents scoreless. He earned victories over Washington on July 23 and Pittsburgh on September 6.

Espineli’s Major League Career Stats

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2010 Baseball ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS A-A-A Abney, Ben.................................1938-40 Adair, Danny..............................1993-94 Acker, A.S......................................... 1927 Acker, Will........................................ 1921 Adams, Austin............................2004-07 Adams, Homer..........................1922-25 Adcock, Dub..............................1969-70 Aldrich, Ki........................................ 1937 Alexander, Clarence....................... 1939 Alford, Bruce.................................... 1942 Allar, Andrew................................... 2004 Allar, Brent....................................... 2006 Allen, Richard............................1940-42 Anderson, Ken...........................1961-63 Andrews, Blake................................ 1981 Appleby, Trent.................2008-pres. Arif, Omar..................................2004-06 Arnold, Clint..............................2007-08 Arnold, Dale...............................1978-79 Arrieta, Jake................................2006-07 Ashburn, Karl.................................. 1926 Ashley, Carlos.................................. 1923 Ashwood, Zach..........................2005-06 Atchison, Scott..........................1995-99 Atkins, Noble................................... 1931 Ayala, Carlos..............................1971-72 B-B-B Bailey, Chris..................................... 1976 Baker, Bob..................................1916-18 Baker, Jeff....................................1993-94 Baker, Woody................................... 1948 Balch, Jim....................................1961-62 Baldwin, Fuzz.............................1907-10 Balkum, Doug............................1956-57 Ballantyne, Bryan......................1983-84 Ballew, Alvis...............................1964-66 Bane, Jaymie..................................... 1995 Bane, Jim.....................................1985-88 Banda, George...........................1958-60 Barger, Boone............................1920-21 Barker, Brent..............................1983-86 Barnard, Gary............................1965-67 Barnes, Bill..................................1950-52 Barnett, James............................1947-49 Barr, Travis.................................1989-91 Barrett, Carlos............................1979-82 Bassler, Snake................................... 1913 Bates, Tom.......................1998-99, 2001 Baugh, Sammy...........................1935-37 Baxter, Howard................................ 1931 Baze, Leon..................................1961-62 Beck, Bill.....................................1947-49 Beucler, Reid.................................... 1997 Bell, Lenny........................................ 1984 Bellows, Terry............................1977-78 Benedict, Kenny........................1976-77 Benavides, Fred.........................1985-87 Benjamin, Kenneth...................1946-47 Bentancourt, David..................1990-91 Berry, Rube................................1919-20 Best, Mac....................................1938-39 Bettison, W.W................................... 1911 Bierman, Gus................................... 1946 Bigley, Bob..................................1962-64 Bilderback, Billy........................1939-40 Bingham, Bing...........................1967-68 Bishop, Tom..................................... 1948 Blevins, Jon....................................... 1986 Bodenhamer, Don....................1970-73 Boehmke, Jay.............................1994-95 Booker, Sam..................................... 1984 Borchardt, Jason.............................. 1987 Boyd, Jim....................................1947-50 Boyd, Tommy............................1962-63 Bradshaw, Chris.........................1998-01 Bratton, Greg.............................2000-03 Briscoe, John..............................1987-88 Brewster, J.W.................................... 1910 Broadway, Lance............................. 2005 Bronstad, William........................... 1949 Brooks, Trey...............................1978-81 Brown, Charlie...........................1978-80 Brown, E.....................................1919-20 Brown, Erik................................1994-96 Brown, Kelly.................................... 1986

Brown, Lance.............................1963-64 Browning, Orien............................. 1949 Broyles, Robert..........................1974-77 Brumbaugh, Ronnie.................1940-41 Bruton, Sumter..........................1965-66 Buckley, Leo...............................1928-29 Burton, Gene.............................1973-76 Busby, Jim...................................1947-48 Busch, Joe......................................... 1945 Bussey, Charles................................ 1912 Buster, A.J......................................... 1910 Butler, Tom.................................1972-73 Buttell, Jerid...............................2004-06

C-C-C Cain, Ryan........................................ 1998 Callarman, Steve.......................1986-89 Campbell, Clark........................1912-13 Cantelmi, Frank.........................1924-26 Cantrell, Speck................................. 1919 Caple, Kyle.................................1989-91 Carden, Dana.............................1971-74 Carden, Pat.................................1971-74 Cardenas, Johnny......................1992-93 Carleton, James.........................1923-25 Carpenter, Gene.............................. 1904 Carpenter, Matt.........................2005-08 Carrell, Howard.........................1929-31 Carroll, Don...............................1951-53 Carruth, Aaron................................ 1997 Carruth, Jason.................................. 1994 Carruthers, Ben.........................2006-08 Carson, Hezzie..........................1923-26 Carson, Lynn.............................1966-67 Carswell, Horace............................. 1937 Caruthers, Clay..........................1992-94 Casey, Doyle.................................... 1947 Cashner, Andrew............................. 2008 Cason, Sonny.............................1972-74 Castor, John................................1992-93 Cauley, Chris..............................1985-87 Cenci, Phil........................................ 1993 Chalk, Scott................................1990-92 Chappell, Ellsworth..................1929-31 Chase, Jim............................ 1966, 69-70 Childs, I.B...................................1957-59 Chiles, Brown............................1946-48 Choate, David............................1947-49 Christenberry, Chris.................1915-17 Clark, Herman...........................1924-27 Coats, Jason.....................2009-pres. Cogbill, Bo..................................2004-05 Cole, Jess.....................................1970-71 Collins, Heath............................1995-98 Collinsworth, Tim.......................... 2002 Combs, Brian.............................1979-80 Conlon, Keith............................2005-07 Connally, Chris..........................1997-98 Conrad, Doyle................................. 1952 Conrad, Earl...............................1945-46 Conway, Charles........................1941-42 Cooper, Aubrey.........................1914-16 Cooper, Claude.........................1920-23 Cooper, Kyle.................................... 1995 Corbett, Ralph................................. 1938 Corgan, Chance............................... 2007 Costas, John...............................1967-69 Cotharn, Bruce................................ 1982 Cottage, Steve............................1982-84 Coulter, Shannon............................ 1994 Covert, Rox................................1962-64 Cowart, Rusty............................1939-41 Cox, Rob Ell...............................1929-30 Coy, Josh........................................... 1998 Crafton, Kenny..........................1981-84 Cragin, Taylor............................2006-08 Crain, Tommy............................1974-76 Crawford, Bill............................1940-41 Crenwelge, Ted..........................1959-60 Critser, Danny...........................1983-84 Crowder, Justin................................ 2001 Crows,  Phil...................................... 1958 Crows, J.R......................................... 1945 Cullen, Mike.................................... 1987 Curby, Quinn.............................1913-14 Curry, Matt......................2009-pres.

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Dahlberg, Kyle...........................2002-05 Daniel, Milton............... 1908-09, 11-12 Davidson, Parke.........................1966-67 Davis, Barry................................1981-84 Day, Denny.................................1982-83 Defee, Bill......................................... 1965 Demel, Sam................................2005-07 Dennis,  Hubert............................... 1932 Deskins, Scott............................1986-87 Dishman, Glenn........................1992-93 Dobbs, Bobby.................................. 1962 Dobson, Joel...............................1991-93 Dodd, O.A..................................1910-11 Doherty, Shawn............................... 1984 Dollar, Toby...............................1995-96 Donohue, Pete...........................1920-21 Donovan, Paul...........................1932-34 Dorsey, Floyd................................... 1928 Doty, Bill.....................................1952-53 Douglass, A.S.............................1919-20 Dover, Jeff......................................... 1997 Dow, Andy..................................1984-85 Dowell, Lonnie................................ 1942 Dreschel, Charles............................ 1945 Driggers, Eddie..........................1966-68 Drucke, Louis.................................. 1909 Duckworth, Gene.....................1974-76 Duckworth, Woodrow.............1938-40 Duffey, Jimmy............................1965-67 Dulin.................................................. 1919 Dunbar, Cody.................................. 2007 Duncan, Jake..............................2002-03 Duncan, Zach.................................. 2003 Dunn, Ryan................................1995-97 Duran, German............................... 2004 Durham, Chad...........................1999-01 Duvall, Jack....................................... 1954 Dyess, Ben..................................1937-38

E-E-E Eddins, Ron...................................... 1965 Eddy, Chris.................................1991-92 Edwards, Steve...........................1964-66 Elkouri, Shaff..............................2002-03 Ellington, Chris.........................2008-09 Ellington, Steven.......................2007-08 Elliott, Bill...................................1949-51 Ellis, Chris........................................ 1989 Enis, Hunter...............................1957-59 Espineli, Eugene.............................. 2004 Estrada, J.J...................................2002-05 Ethridge, John............................1950-52 Etier, Mark..................................1981-82

F-F-F Farish, Dillon.............................2006-08 Farmer, Craig.............................1991-94 Farris, Gary....................................... 1970 Faulkner, David............................... 1991 Fay, Ted.......................................1968-70 Featherston, Taylor.........2009-pres. Fender, Dick..................................... 1924 Ferguson, Bill.............................1967-69 Ferguson, Shawn.......................2005-06 Ferrell, Ken....................................... 1974 Fertitta, John.................................... 1984 Few, Gary.......................................... 1972 Findlay, Robbie..........................2003-04 Firestone, Brad...........................1988-91 Fis, Gary............................................ 1970 Flores, Tommy................................. 1979 Flynn, Albert..............................1929-30 Ford, Don...................................1952-53 Ford, Shelby...............................2004-05 Forte, Robert.................................... 1938 Fowler, Boob.................................... 1920 Franklin, Charles.......................1958-60 Franks, Wallace..........................1948-50 Frazier, Chris..............................1998-01 Freeman, Jack.............................1954-56 Frick, Bill....................................1952-54 Friemel, Jake..................................... 2005 Frizzell, Bonner.........................1906-08 Fulenwider, Harold......................... 1936 Fullhart, Bill...............................1946-48

Furnish, Brad.............................2005-06 Furrow, Donald.........................2006-07 Fusco, Ralph...............................1974-75

G-G-G Gage, Dick..................................1967-69 Gaines, B.G....................................... 1945 Gallagher.....................................1904-05 Gann, Sam..................................1920-22 Gardner, Josh................................... 2002 Garner, Eric................................1995-96 Garner, Pat........................................ 1986 Garrison, Seth.................................. 2008 Garza-Gongora, Beto...............1990-94 George, I.L........................................ 1926 Gerrish, Paul...................2008-pres. Gilbert, Terry.............................1977-78 Givens, Eric.....................2008-pres. Godby, Kirk...................................... 1984 Gonzales, Rode.........................1957-58 Gonzalez, Paul...........................1988-90 Goodson, Tom................................ 1904 Gottsch, J.J........................................ 1994 Gough, Leron.................................. 1911 Grace, John.................................1969-72 Grafe, Ryan.................................2002-03 Gramly, Tommy.............................. 1966 Grant, Jimmy..............................1926-28 Granville, Chris.........................1989-90 Graves................................................ 1905 Graves, Jack................................1931-33 Graves, Norris............................1951-52 Grieve, Tim................................1992-94 Griffin, Ed......................................... 1929 Griffith, Charles............................... 1930 Grimland, Larry........................1969-71 Groomer, Levi...........................1999-00 Grost, Sunny.................................... 1941 Grubbs, Howard.......................1928-30 Gunter, C.B...................................... 1914

H-H-H Hagar, Buster..............................1973-75 Hailey, Bob....................................... 1965 Haire, Jack...................................1919-20 Haislip, J.C........................................ 1911 Hale, Shadie...............................1917-18 Hall, Jerome...............................1968-70 Hamilton, Mark.........................1999-00 Hamilton, Mike............................... 1999 Hardgrove, Tom.............................. 1989 Hardin, David.................................. 1967 Hardin, Gary.................................... 1967 Hargrave, David.........................1988-89 Hargrove, Bo..............................1979-80 Harper, Monty................................. 1963 Harrelson, Monroe...................1945-47 Harris, Cade...............................1999-01 Harris, Jerry................................1960-61 Harris, Marshall.........................1958-60 Harston, Dan..............................1933-35 Hatcher, Justin...........................2002-03 Hawes, Froggie................................ 1917 Hayes, Herbert................................ 1950 Hayes, Ted........................................ 1951 Hays, Tim...................................1979-80 Heinitz, Mark.............................1979-81 Heiss, Chip.................................1983-84 Hemby, Les.................................1975-76 Henson, Danny..........................1982-83 Herrick, John.............................1982-83 Heslin, Larry.................................... 1975 Higgins, Kight............................1984-85 Hill..................................................... 1919 Hill, Hunter...................................... 1930 Hill, Steve...................................1974-76 Hill, Tommy...............................1953-55 Hinojosa, Rick...........................1991-92 Hinton, Grassy...........................1930-32 Hirstine, John................................... 1931 Hobart, John.................................... 1976 Hoelscher, Sean.........................2008-09 Holaday, Bryan................2008-pres. Holland, Don.............................1953-55 Hollan, Walter.................................. 1925 Holle, Greg......................2008-pres.

Holmes, George.............................. 1911 Holt, J.W......................................1962-64 Honey, Bill........................................ 1924 Hooper, Charles.............................. 1914 Hooper, Richard........................1966-67 Hoosier.............................................. 1919 Hoover, Herman............................. 1940 Hopkins, Mike................................. 1974 Hopkins, Thomas......................1912-13 Horner, Durwood.....................1938-40 Horner, Mark.............................1974-76 Hoskins, Boaz............................1934-35 Houk, Steve................................1976-78 Houser, Phil................................1983-84 Howe, Matt.................................1996-98 Hudson, Bill..................................... 1936 Hudspeth, Doug........................1978-79 Huffman, Chad..........................2004-06 Huffman, Royce........................1996-99 Hughey, Mike................................... 1984 Humphreys, Max............................ 1942

I-I-I Iles, Buddy..................................1959-61

J-J-J Jacks, Jimmy...............................1933-35 Jackson, Bubba..........................1985-86 Jackson, Ransom............................. 1945 Jackson, Spencer............................. 2005 Jerome, Clayton.........................2001-04 Johns, Kelly................................1991-93 Johnson, Chris................................. 2004 Johnson, David................................ 1996 Johnson, Rob...................... 1990-92, 94 Johnstone, Frank.......................1971-74 Jones, Freddy.............................1962-64 Jones, James................................1945-46 Jones, Kevin...............................1988-89 Jones, Rob...................................1986-89 Jordan, Charlie...........................1956-57 Jordan, Rob................................1988-89 Joyner, Hubert...........................1945-46 Justice, Cliff................................1960-61 Justice, Mike...............................1964-65

K-K-K Kazmierski, Mickey..................1983-84 Kelly, Walker...................2009-pres. Kennard, Darin................................ 1984 Kerr, Blair....................................1909-10 Kervin, Bryan.........................2006-pres. Key, Harold................................1957-58 Key, Joey.....................................1977-80 Kies, Chris..................................1976-77 King, Don......................................... 1945 King, Harvey..............................1950-52 Kinnard, Franklin......................1904-05 Kinzy, Slim..................................1932-34 Knoerr, Keith.............................1996-97 Knox, Kerry................................1986-89 Knust, Randy.............................1980-82 Koch, Carl...................................1948-49 Kramer, Richard........................1946-48 Kreder, Teddy.................................. 2007 Kruciak, Greg................................... 1976 Kveton, Larry.............................1962-64

L-L-L Ladusau, Tom............................1972-73 LaFlair, Jay..................................1997-98 Laidley, Kemp........................... 1991, 93 Lamar, Chuck............................1977-78 Lamonica, Tom.........................1909-11 Laner, Paul........................................ 1941 Lassiter, Jim................................1974-77 Lauritsen, Erik................................. 1998 Lawrence, Jimmy.......................1934-36 Lee, Derek..................................1994-97 Lee, Gary.......................................... 1962 Lee, Roger........................................ 1982 LeFevre, Biff...............................1977-78 Leiss, Chris.................................1979-82 Lester, Darrell............................1934-35 Levens, Rob...................................... 1984 Levy, Forrest...............................1923-26

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TCU Horned Frogs ALL-TIME LETTERWINNERS Lewis, Will..................................2002-03 Lindsey, Jack...............................1977-78 Linne, Aubrey............................1936-37 Livsey................................................. 1922 Lockwood, Tyler.............2007-pres. Loeffler, Scott............................ 1987, 89 Logan, Warren...........................1933-34 Long, Jeff....................................1981-82 Long, Jim....................................1967-68 Looney, Bill................................1949-51 Lonney, Don..............................1938-40 Losa, Mike........................... 1988-90, 92 Lovvorn, Garland......................1922-25 Lozo, Frank.................................1933-35 Lundeen, Jared...........................2002-03 Lunsford, Sam............................1995-98 Luttrell, Mike.............................1972-73 Lyde, Frank....................................... 1957

M-M-M Macha, Erick..............................1999-01 Machemel, Chuck.....................1967-68 Macicek,  Marvin......................1963-64 Macko, Mike..............................1991-92 Madsen, Aaron................................ 1998 Malone, Scott.............................1990-92 Manto, Taldon...........................1934-36 Marion, Mike................................... 1970 Mariz, Steve................................1980-81 Marshall, Eric..................2008-pres. Marshall, Jonathan....................2001-02 Mathes, Ed..................................1950-51 Matthews, Don................................ 1960 Matthews, Rags.........................1927-28 Mattinson, Les...........................1953-55 Mauser, Tim...............................1986-88 Maxey, Merlin.................................. 1962 Maxwell, Steven..............2007-pres. Maxwell, Willie..........................1956-58 Mayfield, Jim..............................1954-55 McAdams, Billy.........................1962-63 McCarty, Mickey.......................1967-68 McCaslin, Steve............................... 1986 McClure, Ben.............................1946-49 McClure, Jason..........................1992-95 McCullom, Joe................................ 1912 McCurdy, Jeff.............................1995-96 McDaniel, Bob...........................1954-56 McDaniel, Chili.........................1920-22 McElroy, Pat...............................1972-73 McFarland, Billie.......................1911-12 McGough, Tim..........................2004-05 McGuirk, Matt...........................2005-08 McHenry, Bob................................. 1942 McKown.....................................1919-22 McKown, Jim................................... 1914 McLain, Greg................................... 1972 McLain, Ronnie........................1963-65 McLamore, Eric............................... 1999 McNamara, Joe..........................1914-15 Meadows, Jay................................... 1985 Means, Ricky..............................1973-75 Medlin, Brett..............................2008-09 Meeks, Chris..............................2002-03 Merck, Kaleb...................2009-pres. Meyer, David..............................1994-97 Meyer, Dutch.............................1918-21 Meyer, Greg................................1978-81 Meyer, L.D..................................1935-37 Miles, Eldridge...........................1953-54 Millay, Gavin..............................1993-95 Millender, Donnie....................1983-84 Miller, Erik......................2009-pres. Miller, Fred.................................1932-33 Miller, Jim......................................... 1965 Miller, Rex........................................ 1953 Mills, Gray........................................ 1962 Mock, Jon...................................1991-93 Mokry, Clint...............................2002-04 Monahan, Rod...........................1969-71 Monroe, Glenn..........................1968-70 Monroe, L.A.................................... 1942 Montgomery, Vic......................1935-37 Moody, Jim....................................... 1980 Mooney, Shaun..........................1977-79 Mooney, Terry...........................1986-89

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Moore, Doug..............................1960-61 Moore, Greg..................................... 1981 Moore, Melbourne......................... 1928 Moore, Mike..............................1987-88 Morgan, Johnny.........................1984-85 Morrison, Wayne......................1967-69 Morton, Roy..............................1909-11 Moseley, Arthur............................... 1938 Moses, Ramon...........................2000-04 Moses, Steve........................ 1995-96, 98 Mouldin, Ben.............................1904-05 Mousoudakis, Jimmy................1997-99 Mullins, Harry...........................1945-47 Murphy, David...........................1976-77 Musslewhite, Stuart........................ 2005 Myers, Wallace...........................1932-34

N-N-N Neele, Joe....................................1901-04 Neeley, Ron...................................... 1967 Nelson, Greg..............................1984-85 Nelson, John...............................1914-16 Nemecek, Jerry................................ 1989 Nesloney, Ryan..........................2002-05 Neuman, Chris..........................2003-04 Newburn, Patrick......................2001-03 Newman, Jeff..............................1968-70 Newton, Bob..............................1958-60 Newton, Stan.............................1998-01 Nolan, James..............................1947-50 Novey, David..............................1977-80

O-O-O O’Brien, Davey..........................1937-38 Odle, Jack.......................................... 1939 Odom, Clayton.........................1986-89 Ogilvie............................................... 1919 Ohnoutka, Brian.......................1983-85 Oliver, Warren................................. 1981 Olmstead, Walter......................2000-02 Olsson, Jon.................................1965-66 O’Neal, Richard.........................1955-56 Ontiveros, Rudy.............................. 2001 O’Roark, Walter.............................. 1954 Osentowski, Chris....................2002-03 Owen, Brad................................1988-89 Owens, Ed..................................1974-76 Owens, Randy...........................1974-75

P-P-P Pack, Ryan..................................2005-06 Page, William.............................1998-99 Parker, David..............................1965-66 Parker, Mat....................................... 1996 Parrish, Lowell................................. 1928 Paschal, Al...................................1954-56 Paul, Ronnie...............................1965-66 Peebles, Pat.................................1963-65 Peel, Larry...................................1968-69 Pereira, Eddie.............................1980-81 Perlman, Joel..............................1982-83 Perme, Tom...................................... 1953 Perry, Chase...............................2004-07 Peters, Rick.................................1990-91 Peterson, Don............................1979-80 Perovich, George.......................1952-53 Pharr, Jimmie..................2008-pres. Phillips, Dane................................... 1999 Phillips, Ron..................................... 1965 Phillips, Steve................................... 1975 Pierce, Glen................... 1978-79, 81-82 Plumleigh, Charlie....................1982-83 Pokluda, D.J...................................... 2004 Pollard, Harold..........................1955-58 Powell, Danny............................1952-53 Price, Jason.................................2000-01

Q-Q-Q Quick, Charles...........................1955-57 Quiery, J.A..................................1910-11

R-R-R Rafferty, Brian.................................. 1985 Ramsey, Mike.............................1984-85 Randle, E.R...................................... 1910 Ray, Randy.................................1970-71

Read, Darrell..............................1958-60 Read, Harold..............................1963-64 Reed, Jeff.................................... 2000, 02 Reynolds, Don...........................1961-63 Reynolds, Phil............................1960-61 Richardson, Sammy..................1962-64 Rickard, Rick..............................1968-70 Ridenour, Ryan................................ 1998 Ringnald, Scott..........................1979-80 Riordan, Tom.............................1973-76 Rivera, Brance.................2009-pres. Rivera, Rudy...............................2000-01 Roach, Walter.............................1936-37 Roark, Alf.......................................... 1932 Roberts, Darrin.........................1936-38 Robinson, Levi................................ 2002 Robson, Adam...........................1993-94 Rockwell, Keith............................... 1995 Rodriguez, Randal....................1979-80 Rogers, Brad...............................1998-00 Rogers, John..................................... 1955 Rojas, Luis..................................1980-81 Rosellini, Danny........................1977-78 Rose, Melzer...............................1950-51 Roseborough, Larry.................1958-60 Rozelle, George............................... 1929 Routh, Jim..................................1965-67 Rudis, Mark................................1991-92 Rutherford, Charles........................ 1960 Rutherford, Scott......................1919-20 Rutledge, James.........................1958-59 Ryan, Reese................................1996-97 Ryan, Reid..................................1992-94

S-S-S Saenz, Chris................................2003-04 Sain, Ed.......................................1929-30 Salim, Mike.................................1950-52 Sanders, Bobby..........................1963-64 Scarborough, Mike......................... 1998 Schmidt, Don.............................1960-62 Schmidt, Rick.................................. 1967 Schmucker, Dave............................. 1980 Schultz, Aaro...................2009-pres. Scott, Fred..................................1923-25 Sears, Rene....................................... 1951 Segarra, Ismael...........................1997-98 Selman, J.D....................................... 1957 Senn, Perry.................................1973-74 Serben, John...............................1962-63 Serviente, Glenn........................1985-86 Settle, Mike.................................2000-03 Sewell, Gene...............................1917-18 Seybold, Elmer................................ 1936 Shaddix, Jeff................................1997-98 Shafer, Jeff...................................1983-84 Sharp, M.R.................................1896-97 Shaw, Bob............................ 1969-71, 73 Shebesta, James............................... 1970 Shelburn, David.........................1981-82 Shelley, John...............................1975-78 Shelton, Bob...............................1959-61 Shipes, Chad.................................... 1990 Shoemaker, Kyle........................2002-03 Shoemaker, Worthy..................1912-13 Shofner, Jim................................1956-57 Shope, Jared................................1989-91 Shoptaw, Britt............................1989-91 Shotwell, Bennett......................1959-60 Silva, Mark..................................1996-99 Skelton, Will...........................2005-pres. Skipper, Cecil.............................1960-61 Smith, Casey..............................1995-96 Smith, Clint...................................... 1996 Smith, Fred.................................1947-49 Smith, Kerby..............................1994-95 Snapp, E............................................ 1910 Snow, Paul...................................1939-41 Sorey, Lex.......................................... 1911 Sorrels, Paul................................1939-41 Sparks, Connie................................ 1940 Spencer, Charles........................1953-55 Stamp, Steve...............................1980-81 Stancoff, George........................1947-48 Standfield, S...................................... 1910 Stanek, Shawn............................1993-94

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Stanley, Jeff....................................... 1989 Stanton, Jimmy................................ 1933 Stapleton, Jim.............................1952-54 Stark, Stuart...................................... 1984 Steadman, Oran............................... 1928 Steffins............................................... 1904 Steglich, Corey....................2006-09 Stell, Otis.......................................... 1931 Stephens, Sean...........................2003-04 Stephens, Wayne.......................1984-85 Stepp, Wade................................1950-52 Sterling, Charles.............................. 1965 Stewart, Mike.............................1964-66 Stewart.............................................. 1914 Stone, Steve................................1985-88 Stratton, Abby............................1965-67 Strickland, Mark........................1982-85 Strong, Bill........................................ 1915 Swaim, Johnny...........................1950-52 Sypert, J.R...................................1897-99

T-T-T Takahasi, Barry................................ 1997 Tankersly, Dennis......................1939-41 Tankersly, Lawrence.................1923-25 Tankersly, Paul...........................1937-39 Tankersly, Ralph........................1939-41 Taylor, Allan..................................... 1986 Taylor, Ellis....................................... 1933 Taylor, Gene..................................... 1926 Taylor, Harry..............................1924-27 Tawwater, Darren......................1993-94 Terry, David................................1959-61 Thannisch, Lester......................1911-12 Thoma, Scott.................................... 1989 Thomas, Nate................................... 2004 Thompson, Bart............................... 1965 Thompson, Kenny.......................... 2004 Thompson, Preston..................1975-78 Tomlin, Reuben.........................1975-78 Thompson, Shawn....................1997-00 Thomsen, Chris............................... 1991 Thorpe, Darren................... 1986, 89-90 Tombrella, David......................2000-01 Torres, Jimmy.............................1970-73 Trad, Ken.......................................... 1966 Trofholz, Terry...........................2001-03 Trout, Steven..............................2006-07 Turner, Dick...............................1968-70 Turner, Gene..............................1927-29 Turner, John...............................1991-93 Turner, Kellus............................1923-24 Turner, Mike................. 1971-72, 74-75 Turner, Phil................................1971-74 Twardowski, Danny..................1975-76 Twardowski, Jimmy..................1982-83 Tyson, P.L......................................... 1910

U-U-U Underwood, Chad....................2004-05 Utley, Chad....................................... 1976

V-V-V Vandervolk, Ross......................1940-41 Van Hook, Kyle.........................1978-79 Vasseur, Gary.............................1969-71 Vaughn, Hunter............................... 1928 Veilleux, Brian.................................. 1987 VerHagen, Derek.......................2007-09 Vern, Matt...................................2006-09 Vessakosol, Tony.......................1987-88

W-W-W Wagner, Scott.............................1981-82 Wakefield, R...............................1909-10 Walker, Andrew.........................2005-07 Walker, Bernard.........................1985-86 Walker, Buster............................1928-30 Walker, Elbert............................1932-34 Walker, Jim.................................1958-60 Walker, Jimmy............................1964-65 Walker, Val Joe................................. 1983 Wallace, Brad..............................1993-96 Wallace, David...........................1996-97 Wallace, Earl...............................1969-71 Wallace, Flint.............................1994-96

Wallin, Horace...........................1928-30 Walls, Willie...............................1935-37 Walrath, Jay.................................1962-64 Walter, Ryan...............................1996-97 Walters, Hubert.........................1945-48 Walters, John.................................... 1949 Ward, Tricky...............................1923-25 Warwick, Carl............................1956-57 Washmon, John.........................1924-27 Watkins, Austen............................... 2001 Watley, Russell................................. 1942 Weems, Ryan..............................2002-04 Wells, Gary.................................1987-88 Wheaton, Mike..........................1979-80 White, Bob.................................1954-56 White, Chris...............................2002-05 White, John................................1953-55 White, Terrance............................... 1998 Whitworth, Jeryl............................. 1968 Wilkerson, Steve........................1975-76 Williams, Blackie.......................1926-28 Williams, Dwayne W................1985-86 Williams, Garry...................... Honorary Williams, Jake.................................. 1928 Williams, Jay...............................1930-31 Williams, Lew............................1986-87 Williams, Roger.........................1968-71 Williford, Eugene............................ 1942 Wilmot, Tony.............................1985-86 Wilson, Brad..............................1976-77 Wilson, Marshall................ 1998-00, 02 Wilson............................................... 1920 Windegger, Frank......................1954-56 Wineburg, Ken..........................1956-58 Winkler, Kyle..................2009-pres. Wolf, Bear...................................1925-27 Wood, Darren.................................. 1997 Woodruff, Hunt.........................2006-09 Woods, Clarence.......................1924-26 Wooley, Shaun...........................1999-00 Woolwine, Vance............................. 1932 Wooten, Benji.................................. 1997 Wotham, James..........................1995-98 Wright, Hal.................................1929-31 Wyles, Alan.................................1994-95

Y-Y-Y Yarbrough, Jef............................1995-98 Yates, Mickey.............................1966-67 Young, Bob....................................... 1948 Young, Cameron.......................1977-80

Z-Z-Z Ziegler, David................................... 1993 Zimmerman, Jeff.......................1992-93


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TCU DIAMOND — 1962-2002

he 2002 season marked the end of an era for TCU baseball, as the Horned Frogs said goodbye to one of the most unique college baseball facilities in the country, the TCU Diamond. The diamond opened in the spring of 1962. The Horned Frogs closed their 41st and final season at TCU Diamond with a 6-3 win over UT-Arlington on May 14, 2002. Located in the heart of the TCU campus and nestled into the leeward side of a hill to the south, the TCU Baseball Diamond was a beautiful and functional facility offering optimum playing and wind conditions. Batters facing opposing pitchers to the east had a little trouble picking up the ball as it came out of the Horned Frogs’ version of the “Green Monster,” a large concrete retaining wall in center and left center field. One of the more difficult places for opponents to play, the Frogs owned a record of 867 wins, 605 losses and eight ties overall for a winning percentage of .589 in their 41 years at the historic ballpark. Dressing facilities were located in nearby Amon G. Carter Stadium and bleacher seating accommodated up to 1,500 fans.

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The TCU Diamond underwent extensive cosmetic surgery prior to the 1991 season that included $100,00 in renovations. TCU’s old bermuda grass was replaced by Tiff 14, the same grass used by the Texas Rangers at The Ballpark in Arlington. The infield was leveled and a red brick wall, a la Wrigley Field, was erected from dugout to dugout. The visitor (along the third-base line) and home dugouts were lengthened and deepened, providing ample space and a much improved look. Extended foul poles were added as well as artificial turf in the batting cages. Home plate was 390 feet from straight center field, 330 feet down the left field line and 320 feet to right field. A 12foot fence corralled left and right field. TCU Diamond was the site of some great college baseball action over the years, proven by the fact that 52 players who graced 2001 Major League Baseball rosters had played at the historic ballpark during some point in their amateur careers. Among those major leaguers who played at TCU Diamond are: Jeff Zimmerman (TCU), Lance Berkman (Rice), Jose Cruz, Jr. (Rice), Chuck Knoblauch (Texas A&M) and Greg Swindell (Texas).

HEAD COACH LANCE BROWN

n June 17, 2003, Lance Brown announced his retirement and the TCU baseball program said goodbye to its mentor of the previous 17 seasons. After four years as a pitching coach at Rice, Brown returned to his alma mater in 1987 to become the school’s eighth coach since 1940. When Brown took over the program, the first step he took was to teach the Horned Frogs how to win consistently. By 1994, Brown had the Frogs doing just that. They not only won consistently, but they did things that had not been done at TCU since Brown had starred as a Horned Frog pitcher in the early 1960s. En route to a school-record 38 wins in 1994, the Frog diamond men won their first Southwest Conference regular season title since 1972 and first outright crown since 1956. They also received their first NCAA Tournament berth since 1956, where they recorded the school’s first tournament win, an 11-3 triumph over Memphis in Stillwater, Okla. The successful season earned Brown Regional Coach of the Year accolades by the American Baseball Coaches Association. In 1996, Brown reached the first milestone of many in his career. Needing only 26 victories to pass his former coach, Frank Windegger, for career victories, he accomplished the feat April 21,

1996, with a 14-4 defeat of the Houston Cougars, giving him 299 career victories. In his final season with the Frogs, Brown led the team to a successful inaugural season in TCU’s new Lupton Stadium and WilliamsReilly Field. His team finished with a 35-22 record and finished second in the Conference USA standings with a 22-8 conference mark. He also reached two more milestones in his career during the 2003 campaign. With a 5-2 victory over the Houston Cougars on March 29, Brown won his 500th game. He also earned his 200th conference victory on April 11 in a 1-0 win at UAB. Brown fell two games shy of 1,000 games coached and ended his career with a 517481 (.518) overall record and a 214-225 (.487) conference record. He earned Southwest Conference Coach of the Year honors twice, once in 1991 and again in 1994. He has watched numerous players prosper under his tutelage. In all, 40 players were drafted in the first-year draft, including current Texas Ranger Jeff Zimmerman, while five others have gone on to play in the major leagues. Fifty-one of his athletes were named to allconference teams and seven earned second- or third-team AllAmerican honors.

Yr. Overall Conf. Finish Coach: Unknown 1896 4-0-1 — — Coach: Alexander Easley (2-4-0) 1897 2-4-0 – — Coach: Unknown 1898 1-0-0 — — 1899 1-1-0 — — 1900 2-0-0 — — 1901 2-0-0 — — 1902 0-2-0 — — 1903 7-3-0 — — 1904 7-5-0 — — 1905 10-3-0 — — 1906 10-3-0 — — Coach: Ellis Hardy (57-18-4) 1907 9-9-0 — — 1908 20-6-2 — — 1909 18-2-2 — — 1910 10-1-0 — — Coach: M. Baldwin (8-6-0) 1911 8-6-0 — — Coach: H.W. Lever (12-14-0) 1912 12-14-0 — — Coach: William Nance (17-5-1) 1913 17-5-1 — — Coach: F.M. Cahoon 1914 6-1-0 — — Coach: Fred Moore (1-11-0) 1915 1-11-0 — — Coach: E.Y. Freeland (9-7-0) 1916 9-7-0 — — Coach: Unknown 1917 6-4-0 — — 1918 9-4-0 — — Coach: F.M. Cahoon (29-13-2) 1919 12-6-0 — — 1920 11-6-2 — — Coach: William Nance (66-23-2) 1921 20-2-0 — — 1922 13-0-0 — — 1923 13-11-0 2-10-0 7th 1924 11-7-0 11-7-0 2nd 1925 9-3-2 9-3-0 2nd Coach: Dutch Meyer 1926 14-4-0 8-3-0 3rd 1927 7-13-0 7-13-0 4th 1928 7-13-0 6-12-0 4th 1929 8-12-0 8-12-0 4th 1930 13-5-0 13-5-0 2nd 1931 1-9-1 1-9-1 6th 1932 6-4-0 6-4-0 3rd 1933 9-1-0 9-1-0 1st 1934 8-6-0 6-6-0 3rd Coach: Raymond Wolf (17-21-1) 1935 8-11-1 4-7-0 4th 1936 9-10-0 8-7-0 3rd Coach: Howard Grubbs (15-31-0) 1937 7-9-0 6-9-0 4th 1938 3-11-0 3-11-0 5th 1939 5-11-0 5-11-0 t-4th Coach: Walter Roach 1940 5-10-0 4-10-0 5th 1941 1-14-0 1-14-0 6th 1942 2-13-0 2-12-0 6th Coach: Dutch Meyer 1945 7-4-0 7-4-0 2nd Coach: Walter Roach (93-167-2) 1946 3-15-0 3-12-0 6th 1947 4-15-0 3-12-0 6th 1948 8-13-0 1-13-0 6th 1949 6-14-0 4-9-0 5th 1950 14-9-0 7-8-0 4th 1951 10-11-0 8-7-0 3rd

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HEAD COACH FRANK WINDEGGER

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ormer TCU player, coach and athletic director, Frank Windegger is the only Horned Frog to have his baseball jersey retired. Windegger’s No. 30, which he wore for 14 years as head coach from 1962-1975, was retired April 28, 1998. The jersey currently hangs in the Heritage Center and in the alumni suite in Lupton Stadium.

Lance Brown stands with his former coach, Frank Windegger, as the No. 30 worn by Windegger is retired.

During Windegger’s 14-year tenure as TCU head coach, the Horned Frogs won four Southwest Conference baseball championships (1963, 1966, 1967, 1972) and finished as runner-up three times (1968, 1969, 1973). The Frogs set a number of school records during their run of success, including a string of 13 consecutive wins in 1963. Along the way, the Frogs won 298 games, lost 166 and tied one for a .641 winning percentage, a mark that still ranks amongst the nation’s coaching elite.

Windegger played for the Horned Frogs from In 1963, just one year after taking over the baseball program, Windegger made history by be- Frank 1954-56. coming the youngest coach ever to win a SWC title in any sport with a 12-4 conference mark. In 1972, he was voted the NCAA District VI and SWC Coach of the Year, tying for the league title with a 12-6 mark and an overall 29-13 record.

After leaving the dugout, Windegger served as TCU’s Director of Athletics for 23 years. He retired in August 1997.

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HEAD COACH DUTCH MEYER

tinued to coach until 1954. He was drawn back into the baseball coaching ranks in 1956 for a brief two-year stint in the dual roles.

ne of the most unique stories in the history of Horned Frog baseball is that of coach Dutch Meyer. A four-year letterman in both baseball and football at TCU, Meyer guided the Frogs’ baseball fortunes from 1926 to 1934, during which time he compiled a record of 76-68-1 and captured TCU’s first SWC baseball title in 1933.

It was during the 1956 season that Meyer led the Horned Frogs to the SWC championship and the school’s first appearance in the NCAA baseball tournament.

Meyer took over as the Frogs’ head football coach in 1934 and served in that capacity until 1953, although he returned to the diamond in 1945 for one season as the skipper. Meyer was named the Director of Athletics in 1950, but con-

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Meyer served as the Director of Athletics for 13 years before retiring in 1963. TCU lost a legend on Dec. 3, 1982, when he passed away at the age of 84.

gary williams

he only honorary letterwinner in TCU baseball history is Garry Williams. A dear friend of the Horned Frog baseball program, he passed away on Dec. 7, 2001.

Through his generosity and relentless efforts, Williams was responsible for many of the improvements that have paved the way for the TCU baseball program, the athletic department and the university’s return to national prominence.

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Meyer finished his career with an overall wonloss mark of 106-83-1 (.558) and a conference record of 92-75-1 (.548).

One of the many financial contributions made by Williams to Horned Frog baseball was the installation of the scoreboard and flag poles at TCU Diamond. The foul poles now grace the grounds at Lupton Stadium. Williams also contributed many of the old park’s upgrades, including new dugouts, backstop, press box and sound system. Additionally, Williams donated the Frogs’ media guides and scorecards for many years, making TCU baseball more enjoyable for fans, players and everyone associated with the program. In honor of Williams’ tireless contributions to Horned Frog baseball, the press box at Lupton Stadium bears his name.



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