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Mailing: PO Drawer ACC • Greensboro, NC 27417-6724 Shipping: 4512 Weybridge Lane • Greensboro, NC 27407 office (336) 851-6062 • fax (336) 854-8797 www.theACC.com Michael Kelly, Associate Commissioner Communications/Football Operations • Brian Morrison, Associate Commissioner Basketball Communications • Mike Finn, Associate Commissioner Football Communications Lindsey Rogers, Associate Director • Steve Phillips, Assistant Director (baseball contact) Barb Dery, Administrative Assistant • Andrew Middleman, Intern

A T L A N T I C D I V I S I O N

C O A S T A L D I V I S I O N

BOSTON COLLEGE

CLEMSON

FLORIDA STATE

321 Conte Forum, 140 Commonwealth Ave. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

PO Box 31 Clemson, SC 29633-0031 Brian Hennessy

Jason Leturmy

Matt Lynch

Baseball Contact

Baseball Contact

Email ............ bhennes@clemson.edu Office..........................(864) 656-1921 Fax.............................. (864) 656-0299 Press Box ....................(864) 656-7731

Email ...................... jleturmy@fsu.edu Office......................... (850) 644-1403 Fax.............................. (850) 644-3820 Press Box ....................(850) 644-1553

www.clemsontigers.com

www.seminoles.com

NC STATE

WAKE FOREST

Baseball Contact

Email .........................lynchfz@bc.edu Office.......................... (617) 552-2193 Fax...............................(617) 552-4903 Press Box ....................(617) 552-0530 www.bceagles.com

MARYLAND

Comcast Center, Terrapin Trail College Park, MD 20742

Box 8502 Raleigh, NC 27695-8502

Justin Moore

Bruce Winkworth

Baseball Contact

PO Box 2195 Tallahassee, FL 32316

PO Box 7426 Winston-Salem, NC 27109 Chad Crunk

Baseball Contact

Baseball Contact

Email ...................... moore@umd.edu Office..........................(301) 314-7068 Fax...............................(301) 314-9094 Press Box .................... (301) 314-0379

Email .... bruce_winkworth@ncsu.edu Phone ..........................(919) 515-2102 Fax............................... (919) 515-2898 Press Box .................... (919) 513-0653

Email .................... crunkmc@wfu.edu Office......................... (336) 758-5842 Fax...............................(336) 758-5140 Press Box ................... (336) 759-7373

www.umterps.com

www.gopack.com

www.wakeforestsports.com

DUKE

Box 90557 Durham, NC 27708-0557

GEORGIA TECH

150 Bobby Dodd Way NW Atlanta, GA 30332

MIAMI

5821 San Amaro Drive Coral Gables, FL 33146

Chris Cook

Mike Huff

Rob Dunning

Baseball Contact

Baseball Contact

Baseball Contact

Email ............... cook@duaa.duke.edu Office..........................(919) 684-8708 Fax...............................(919) 684-2489 Press Box .....................(919) 812-7141

Email .....mhuff@athletics.gatech.edu Office......................... (404) 894-5445 Fax...............................(404) 894-1248 Press Box ....................(404) 894-3167

Email ............... rdunning@miami.edu Office......................... (305) 284-3230 Fax.............................. (305) 284-2807 Press Box ....................(305) 284-8192

www.goduke.com

www.ramblinwreck.com

www.hurricanes.com

NORTH CAROLINA

VIRGINIA

PO Box 2126 Chapel Hill, NC 27514

PO Box 400853 Charlottesville, VA 22904-4853

Chris Gallo

Andy Fledderjohann

Baseball Contact

VIRGINIA TECH

Jamerson Athletic Ctr, Room 460 Blacksburg, VA 24061 Matt Kovatch

Baseball Contact

Baseball Contact

Email ..............cgallo@uncaa.unc.edu Office.......................... (919) 962-1160 Fax............................... (919) 962-0612 Press Box ....................(919) 962-3509

Email .................fledder@virginia.edu Office.......................... (434) 982-5131 Fax.............................. (434) 982-5525 Press Box ....................(434) 244-4071

Email ............................... mlk@vt.edu Office..........................(540) 231-1894 Fax...............................(540) 231-6984 Press Box .................... (540) 231-8974

www.tarheelblue.com

www.virginiasports.com

www.hokiesports.com


:: ACC Office Staff Commissioner John D. Swofford Associate Commissioners Jeff Elliott - Finance/Administration Nora Lynn Finch - Women’s Basketball/SWA Mike Finn - Football Communications Karl Hicks - Men’s Basketball Michael Kelly - Communications/Football Operations Shane Lyons - Governance & Compliance/HR Brian Morrison - Basketball Communications Amy Yakola - Public Relations & Marketing Assistant Commissioners W. Scott McBurney - Advanced Media Kris Pierce - Championships Directors Lindsey Babcock - Governance and Compliance/HR Shamaree Brown - S-A Programs/Compliance Brad Hecker - Women’s Basketball Lynne Herndon - Business Operations Kathy Hunt - Men’s Basketball Christina Tracey - Information Systems

2010 ACC Baseball Information Guide Table of Contents “Tradition of Excellence” ................................................. 2-3 Commissioner John D. Swofford........................................ 4 Media Services/Preseason Poll........................................... 5 2010 ACC Schedule........................................................... 6-7 2010 ACC Championship..................................................... 8 2009 Season In Review ................................................... 9-11 2009 Honors ................................................................... 12-13 2009 Statistics ............................................................... 14-15 ACC Schools.................................................................. 16-51 ACC Year-By-Year.............................................................. 52 ACC Coaching Records ..................................................... 53 ACC Standings .............................................................. 54-55 Annual Team Records................................................... 56-60

All-Conference C Teams................................................... 61-65 First-Team All-ACC Selections..................................... 66-67 National Honors............................................................. 68-71 ACC Players of the Week.............................................. k 72-73 Major League Baseball Draft ........................................ 74-75 ACC Players in the Majors............................................ 75-81 ACC Single Game Records................................................ 82 ACC Single Season Records........................................ 83-84 ACC Career Records ..................................................... 85-87 ACC Annual Leaders..................................................... 88-92 ACC Annual Team Leaders .......................................... 93-94 ACC Tournament Records................................................. 95 ACC Tournament ......................................................... 96-104 NCAA Tournament .................................................... 105-112

Associate Directors Lee Butler - Championships Allison Doughty - Football Operations Lindsey Rogers - Communications Ben Tario - Technology and Operations Steve “Slim” Vollinger - Advanced Media Assistant Directors Georgia Davis - Women’s Basketball Steve Phillips - Communications Coordinators of Officials John Clougherty - Basketball Doug Rhoads - Football Charlene Curtis - Women’s Basketball Executive Assistant to the Commissioner Cecelia DiAmico Website Coordinator Heather Hirschman Administrative Assistants Susan Anthony - Administration Jennie Barrett - Championships Barb Dery - Communications, PR/Marketing Tracey Haith - Compliance & Governance/HR Karrie Tilley - Men’s Basketball Operations Emily Watkins - Receptionist Interns Alyssa Francona - Championships Amanda Jones - Public Relations & Marketing Andrew Middleman - Communications Donald Moore - Administration Tom Sheridan - Website

NewBridge Bank Park (above) will be home to the 2010 ACC Baseball Championship May 26-30. Photo courtesy of Dano Kenney. If recent history is any indication, fans can look forward to a competitive tournament and a few surprises. The past six years have seen six different teams claim the ACC title (Florida State in 2004, Georgia Tech in 2005, Clemson in 2006, North Carolina in 2007, Miami in 2008 and Virginia in 2009). The Atlantic Coast Conference, which has placed multiple teams in the College World Series three of the past four years, entered the 2010 season with six consensus Top 20 teams in preseason polls. The 2010 ACC Baseball Information Guide is a publication of the Office of the Commissioner and the Communications Office of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Additional information is available upon request to accredited members of the media. This year’s information guide was edited by Steve Phillips with assistance from Barb Dery, Michael Kelly, Brian Morrison and Andrew Middleman. Special thanks to the 12 baseball sports information directors and previous league contacts for their valuable research and contribution to this publication. Cover design and inside page design assistance by Emily Watkins.

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Tradition of Excellence

:: The Tradition Consistency. It is the mark of true excellence in any endeavor. However, in today’s intercollegiate athletics, competition has become so balanced and so competitive that it is virtually impossible to maintain a high level of consistency. Yet the Atlantic Coast Conference has defied the odds. Now, in its 57th year of competition, the ACC has long enjoyed the reputation as one of the strongest and most competitive intercollegiate conferences in the nation. And that is not mere conjecture, the numbers support it. Since the league’s inception in 1953, ACC schools have captured 116 national championships, including 62 in women’s competition and 54 in men’s (through the fall sports season of 2009). In addition, NCAA individual titles have gone to ACC student-athletes 125 times in men’s competition and 84 times in women’s action. The 2009 season saw two ACC representatives – North Carolina and Virginia – advance to the College World Series at Omaha, Neb. It marked the third time in four years the conference had sent multiple teams to the CWS, as a record four teams advanced in 2006 and three made the field in 2008. Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech and Miami were also among the NCAA Tournament field of 64 to give the ACC a league record-tying seven teams in postseason play. Clemson and FSU joined North Carolina and Virginia in advancing to the national tournament’s “Sweet 16.” Miami’s 37th straight appearance added to what was already an NCAA record, and FSU’s 32-year streak marked the second-longest by any program. North Carolina’s 2009 CWS appearance was its ACCrecord fourth straight, and Virginia made its first ever trip to Omaha. The Tar Heels’ Dustin Ackley, who was the No. 2 overall selection of the Seattle Mariners in the 2009 MLB Draft, finished with a 22-game hitting streak in NCAA Tournament play, and his 28 career hits in CWS play (2007-09) set an NCAA record. Over the last 13 years, the current 12 ACC schools have combined for 85 NCAA Tournament appearances, winning 61.3 percent of their games (287-181) and taking 22 trips to the College World Series. Overall, ACC teams won 247 non-conference games in 2009 while losing just 86, a winning percentage of .743. The ACC has posted a non-conference winning percentage of .600 or better each of the last 18 seasons. The league stands 4,425-1,722-20 in non-conference games since 1990. The 2009 season marked the fourth year of division play for the ACC, as Florida State won its third straight Atlantic title and North Carolina captured the Coastal Division crown. The 2009 ACC Championship, which was held at the Durham (N.C.) Bulls Athletic Park, saw Virginia capture the title with a 6-3 win over Florida State in the title game on May 24. The sixth-seeded Cavaliers, led by tournament MVP Dan Grovatt, became the lowest seed ever to win the championship. North Carolina’s Ackley was voted ACC Player of the Year, while Georgia Tech’s Deck McGuire earned Pitcher of the Year honors and Virginia pitcher/first baseman Danny Hultzen was voted Freshman of the

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Year. Florida State’s Mike Martin, who led the Seminoles to a 45-18 overall record and the Atlantic Division title, was named ACC Coach of the Year for the sixth time. Ackley hit .417 with 22 homers and 73 RBI, and he finished with 346 career hits – fifth all-time among ACC players. The ACC has consistently infused Major League Baseball with talented players. The current 12 ACC schools have had 704 players selected in the MLB Draft since 1994, including 53 first-round picks. The conference’s three student-athletes chosen in the first round in 2009 – North Carolina’s Ackley, Boston College catcher Tony Sanchez and North Carolina pitcher Alex White – extended the ACC’s streak of at least one player selected in the first round to 18 consecutive years. The 56 selections in 2009 were the second-best all-time for the Atlantic Coast Conference (behind 63 selections in 2007). Clemson led all ACC schools with nine picks. Miami had eight players selected, while Duke set a school record and North Carolina tied a school record with seven each. The ACC has had at least 50 players taken in each of the last four drafts (54 were chosen in 2008). The conference has also had multiple first-round selections in eight of the last nine drafts. The ACC has produced four No. 1 overall picks in North Carolina’s B.J. Surhoff in 1985, Florida State’s Paul Wilson in 1994, Clemson’s Kris Benson in 1996 and Miami’s Pat Burrell in 1998. 2008-09 in Review The 2008-09 academic year saw league teams capturing five national team titles and 16 individual NCAA crowns. In all, the ACC has won 48 national team titles over the last 13 years. The ACC has won two or more NCAA titles in 28 of the past 30 years. A total of 128 ACC teams placed in NCAA post-season competition in 2008-09. League teams compiled a 130-74-1 (.637) mark against opponents in NCAA championship competition. In addition, the ACC had 199 student-athletes earn first team All-America honors this past year. Overall, the league had 265 first, second or third team All-Americans and the ACC produced eight national Players of the Year and five national Coach of the Year honorees. 2008-09 National Championships Field Hockey ..................................................Maryland Women’s Soccer .................................. North Carolina Men’s Soccer .................................................Maryland Men’s Basketball .................................. North Carolina Women’s Tennis ..................................................Duke

The Championships The conference will conduct championship competition in 25 sports during the 2009-10 academic year - 12 for men and 13 for women. The first ACC championship was held in swimming on February 25, 1954. The conference did not conduct championships in cross country, wrestling or tennis during the first year. The 12 sports for men include football, cross country, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, wrestling, baseball, tennis, golf and lacrosse. Fencing, which was started in 1971, was discontinued in 1981. Women’s sports were initiated in 1977 with the first championship meet held in tennis at Wake Forest University. Championships for women are currently conducted in cross country, field hockey, soccer, basketball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, golf, lacrosse, softball and rowing with volleyball deciding its champion by regular season play. A History The Atlantic Coast Conference was founded on May 8, 1953, at the Sedgefield Inn near Greensboro, N.C., with seven charter members - Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina and Wake Forest - drawing up the conference bylaws. The withdrawal of seven schools from the Southern Conference came early on the morning of May 8, 1953, during the Southern Conference’s annual spring meeting. On June 14, 1953, the seven members met in Raleigh, N.C., where a set of bylaws was adopted and the name became officially the Atlantic Coast Conference. Suggestions from fans for the name of the new conference appeared in the region’s newspapers prior to the meeting in Raleigh. Some of the names suggested were: Dixie, Mid South, Mid Atlantic, East Coast, Seaboard, Colonial, Tobacco, Blue-Gray, Piedmont, Southern Seven and the Shoreline. Duke’s Eddie Cameron recommended that the name of the conference be the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the motion was passed unanimously. The meeting concluded with each member institution assessed $200.00 to pay for conference expenses. On December 4, 1953, conference officials met again at Sedgefield and officially admitted the University of Virginia as the league’s eighth member. The first, and only, withdrawal of a school from the ACC came on June 30, 1971, when the University of South Carolina tendered its resignation. The ACC operated with seven members until April 3, 1978, when the Georgia Institute of Technology was admitted. The Atlanta school had withdrawn from the Southeastern Conference in January of 1964. The ACC expanded to nine members on July 1, 1991, with the addition of Florida State University. The conference expanded to 11 members on July 1, 2004, with the addition of the University of Miami and Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. On October 17, 2003, Boston College accepted an invitation to become the league’s 12th member starting July 1, 2005.


Tradition of Excellence The Schools Boston College was founded in 1863 by the Society of Jesus to serve the sons of Boston’s Irish immigrants and was the first institution of higher education to be founded in the city of Boston. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in the South End of Boston, the College outgrew its urban setting toward the end of its first 50 years. A new location was selected in Chestnut Hill and ground for the new campus was broken on June 19, 1909. During the 1940s, new purchases doubled the size of the main campus. In 1974, Boston College acquired Newton College of the Sacred Heart, 1.5 miles away. With 15 buildings on 40 acres, it is now the site of the Law School and residence halls. In 2004, BC purchased 43 acres of land from the archdiocese of Boston; this now forms the Brighton campus. Clemson University is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains near the Georgia border, and the tiger paws painted on the roads make the return to I-85 easier. The school is built around Fort Hill, the plantation home of John C. Calhoun, Vice President to Andrew Jackson. His son-in-law, Tom Clemson, left the land to be used as an agricultural school, and in 1893 Clemson opened its doors as a land-grant school, thanks to the efforts of Ben Tillman. Duke University was founded in 1924 by tobacco magnate James B. Duke as a memorial to his father, Washington Duke. Originally the school was called Trinity College, a Methodist institution, started in 1859. In 1892, Trinity moved to west Durham where the east campus with its Georgian architecture now stands. Nearby are Sarah P. Duke gardens, and further west the Gothic spires of Duke chapel overlook the west campus. Florida State University is one of 11 universities of the State University System of Florida. It was established as the Seminary West of the Suwannee by an act of the Florida Legislature in 1851, and first offered instruction at the post-secondary level in 1857. Its Tallahassee campus has been the site of an institution of higher education longer than any other site in the state. In 1905, the Buckman Act reorganized higher education in the state and designated the Tallahassee school as the Florida Female College. In 1909, it was renamed Florida State College for Women. In 1947, the school returned to a co-educational status, and the name was changed to Florida State University. Next to I-85 in downtown Atlanta stands the Georgia Institute of Technology, founded in 1885. Its first students came to pursue a degree in mechanical engineering, the only one offered at the time. Tech’s strength is not only the red clay of Georgia, but a restored gold and white 1930 model A Ford Cabriolet, the official mascot. The old Ford was first used in 1961, but a Ramblin’ Wreck had been around for over three decades. The Ramblin’ Wreck fight song appeared almost as soon as the school opened, and it is not only American boys that grow up singing its rollicking tune, for Richard Nixon and Nikita Krushchev sang it when they met in Moscow in 1959. The University of Maryland opened in 1856 as an agricultural school nine miles north of Washington, D.C., on land belonging to Charles Calvert, a descendant of Lord Baltimore, the state’s founding father. The school

colors are the same as the state flag: black and gold for George Calvert (Lord Baltimore) and red and white for his mother, Alice Crossland. Maryland has been called the school that Curley Byrd built, for he was its quarterback, then football coach, athletic director, assistant to the president, vice-president, and finally its president. Byrd also designed the football stadium and the campus layout, and suggested the nickname Terrapin, a local turtle known for its bite, when students wanted to replace the nickname Old Liners with a new one for the school. The University of Miami was chartered in 1925 by a group of citizens who felt an institution of higher learning was needed for the development of their young and growing community. Since the first class of 560 students enrolled in the fall of 1926, the University has expanded to more than 15,000 undergraduate and graduate students from every state and more than 114 nations from around the world. The school’s colors, representative of the Florida orange tree, were selected in 1926. Orange symbolizes the fruit of the tree, green represents the leaves and white, the blossoms. The University of North Carolina, located in Chapel Hill, has been called “the perfect college town,” making its tree-lined streets and balmy atmosphere what a college should look and feel like. Its inception in 1795 makes it one of the oldest schools in the nation, and its nickname of Tar Heels stems from the tar pitch and turpentine that were the state’s principal industry. The nickname is as old as the school, for it was born during the Revolutionary War when tar was dumped into the streams to impede the advance of British forces. North Carolina State University is located in the state capital of Raleigh. It opened in 1889 as a land-grant agricultural and mechanical school and was known as A&M or Aggies or Farmers for over a quarter-century. The school’s colors of pink and blue were gone by 1895, brown and white were tried for a year, but the students finally chose red and white to represent the school. An unhappy fan in 1922 said State football players behaved like a pack of wolves, and the term that was coined in derision became a badge of honor. The University of Virginia was founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson and is one of three things on his tombstone for which he wanted to be remembered. James Madison and James Monroe were on the board of governors in the early years. The Rotunda, a half-scale version of the Pantheon which faces the Lawn, is the focal point of the grounds as the campus is called. Jefferson wanted his school to educate leaders in practical affairs and public service, not just to train teachers. Virginia Tech was established in 1872 as an all-male military school dedicated to the original land-grant mission of teaching agriculture and engineering. The University has grown from a small college of 132 students into the largest institution of higher education in the state during its 132-year history. Located in Southwest Virginia on a plateau between the Blue Ridge and Alleghany Mountains, the campus consists of 334 buildings and 20 miles of sidewalks over 2,600 acres. The official school colors - Chicago maroon and burnt orange - were selected in 1896 because they made a “unique combination” not worn elsewhere at the time.

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Wake Forest University was started on Calvin Jones’ plantation amid the stately pine forest of Wake County in 1834. The Baptist seminary is still there, but the school was moved to Winston-Salem in 1956 on a site donated by Charles H. and Mary Reynolds Babcock. President Harry S. Truman attended the ground-breaking ceremonies that brought a picturesque campus of Georgian architecture and painted roofs. Wake’s colors have been black and gold since 1895, thanks to a badge designed by student John Heck who died before he graduated. School Affiliations BOSTON COLLEGE -- Charter member of the Big East Conference in 1979; joined the ACC in July, 2005. CLEMSON -- Charter member of the S o u t h e r n Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; a charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; a charter member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) in 1953. DUKE -- Joined the Southern Conference in December, 1928; charter member of the ACC in 1953. FLORIDA STATE -- Charter member of the Dixie Conference in 1948; joined the Metro Conference in July, 1976; joined the ACC July, 1991. GEORGIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the SEC in 1932; joined the ACC in April, 1978. MARYLAND -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. MIAMI -- Charter member of the Big East Football Conference in 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. NORTH CAROLINA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. NC STATE -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; charter member of the ACC in 1953. VIRGINIA -- Charter member of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Association in 1894; charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; resigned from Southern Conference in December 1936; joined the ACC in December, 1953. VIRGINIA TECH -- Charter member of the Southern Conference in 1921; withdrew from the Southern Conference in June, 1965; became a charter member of the Big East Football Conference in Feb. 5, 1991; joined the ACC in July, 2004. WAKE FOREST -- Joined the Southern Conference in February, 1936; charter member of the ACC in 1953.

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Commissioner John D. Swofford

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John D. Swofford Now in his 13th year as commissioner, John Swofford has made a dramatic impact on the Atlantic Coast Conference and college athletics. Swofford has built his career on the appropriate balance of academics, athletic achievement and integrity and is regarded as one of the top administrators in the NCAA. Swofford assumed his role as the fourth full-time commissioner of the Atlantic Coast Conference in July of 1997. He follows James H. (Jim) Weaver, the league’s first Commissioner from 1954-1970, Robert (Bob) James, who served from 1971-1987 and Eugene F. (Gene) Corrigan, who held the position from 1987 to 1997. In addition to overseeing one of the nation’s largest athletic conferences, Swofford has been pivotal in positioning the Atlantic Coast Conference for the future. In 2003, on behalf of the nine league institutions and the ACC Council of Presidents, he introduced Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College as the newest members of the ACC. With the expansion, Swofford’s leadership and negotiating skills helped bring the conference extended and enhanced television contracts in both football and basketball. In May of 2004, the league extended its relationships with ABC, ESPN and Raycom Sports by renegotiating its football television agreements. Highlights included the rights to the Inaugural ACC Football Championship Game and significant increases in the number of televised games through 2010. In May of 2000, Swofford negotiated one of the nation’s most lucrative basketball television contracts with Raycom Sports through the 2010-11 season. After the addition of the three new conference members, under Swofford’s guidance, Raycom increased its financial commitment to the ACC basketball package in May of 2004. During his tenure, the ACC has become the only conference to have television packages with two national cable networks - ESPN and Fox Sports Net. The results of these packages increased the television audience of ACC basketball by over 25 percent. In order to reach the expanding audience of ACC fans, Swofford also negotiated an agreement with XM Satellite Radio, to broadcast the league’s football, men’s and women’s basketball games nationally. In the sport of basketball, Swofford was a prime mover in the creation of the ACC/Big Ten Challenge that began in men’s basketball in 1999. Then in 2007, the two conferences hosted the inaugural ACC/ Big Ten Women’s Basketball Challenge. Highly respected by his peers, Swofford was a force

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in the development and growth of the Bowl Championship Series and is the only person to serve two terms as its Coordinator. Since becoming Commissioner, Swofford has been responsible for securing increased bowl opportunities for the ACC. The past four seasons, at least eight ACC teams have earned bowl bids and, in 2008, the conference set an NCAA record when 10 of its 12 teams (83%) participated in bowl play. This year, the ACC has agreements in place with nine bowls including the FedEx Orange Bowl, home to the ACC Champion since 2006. During Swofford’s first 12 years as Commissioner, ACC teams have won 43 national team titles and 1,206 ACC teams have participated in various NCAA championships - an average of over 100 NCAA teams per year. A long-time advocate of the importance of academics and student-athlete welfare, Swofford stimulated the formation of the league’s first-ever ACC StudentAthlete Advisory Committee. This group of current ACC student-athletes gives the conference direct feedback on their experiences participating at the highest level of college athletics. In 2006, the prestigious ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament was awarded out to 2015. Throughout Swofford’s tenure, the iconic event will have traveled to many dynamic cities within the footprint of the league including Atlanta, Ga., Washington D.C. and Tampa, Fla., in addition to the traditional stops in Greensboro and Charlotte. The 2001 ACC Tournament in Atlanta set NCAA attendance records for single session (40,083), per session average (36,505) and total attendance (182,525). Swofford placed an added emphasis on the development of women’s basketball in the ACC with the hiring of an Associate Commissioner for Women’s Basketball to oversee all aspects of the sport on both a conference and national level. The Director of Athletics at the University of North Carolina from 1980 to 1997, Swofford was instrumental in building North Carolina’s athletics department into one of the country’s most respected programs. He became the school’s athletic director on May 1, 1980 and at the age of 31, he was the youngest major college Athletics Director in the nation at the time. During his tenure, Tar Heel athletic teams claimed 123 ACC championships and 24 national collegiate titles, including two in men’s basketball and one in women’s basketball. During the 1993-94 year, the Tar Heels captured the inaugural Sears Directors’ Cup, emblematic of the collegiate all-sports champion and finished in the Top Six of the Sears Cup standings in each year of Swofford’s tenure that the award was given. Under his leadership, North Carolina enjoyed tremendous growth in its athletic facilities, including the construction of the Smith Center, a complex which includes a 21,572-seat basketball arena, the Koury Natatorium and the Frank H. Kenan Football Center. He initiated the idea and provided the impetus for the founding of North Carolina’s trademark licensing program. The University chose to recognize his many accomplishments by establishing the John D. Swofford women’s athletics scholarship and naming an auditorium in the school’s football complex in his honor. John and his wife Nora reside in Greensboro, N.C. and together they have three children, Amie, Chad and Autumn, who is married to Sherman Wooden.

John D. Swofford, Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference Education High School:

Wilkes Central High School North Wilkesboro, NC

College:

University of North Carolina, 1971 Morehead Scholarship Recipient

Graduate:

Ohio University, 1973 MEd. in Athletics Administration

Playing Experience 1965-67 Two-time All-State QB and three-sport MVP at Wilkes Central High School 1969-71

North Carolina varsity football team quarterback and defensive back Peach Bowl, 1970 Gator Bowl, 1971 ACC Champions, 1971

Athletic Administration Experience 1973-76 Ticket Manager/Asst. to the Director of Athletic Facilities and Finance University of Virginia 1976-79

Assistant Athletics Director and Business Manager University of North Carolina

1979-80

Assistant Executive Vice-President of the Educational Foundation University of North Carolina

1980-97

Director of Athletics University of North Carolina

1997-

Commissioner Atlantic Coast Conference

Membership on Boards and Committees BCS Coordinator, 2000-01, 2008-2009 IA Collegiate Commissioner’s Assoc. (Chair), 2005-07 President of NACDA, 1993-94 NCAA Football Board of Directors (President), 2004-05 NCAA Executive Committee, 1995-97 NCAA Division I Championship Committee (Chair), 1995-97 NCAA Special Committee to Study a Division I-A Football Championship, 1994-95 President of NACDA, 1993-94 NCAA Special Events Committee, 1987-91 NCAA Communications Committee (Chair), 1987-89 NCAA Television Committee (Chair). 1984 Honors and Awards North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, 2009 Homer Rice Award, 2005 (presented by the Division IA Athletic Directors’ Association) Horizon Award, 2004 (presented by the Atlanta Sports Council recognizing the National Sports Business Executive of the Year) Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame, 2003 Fifth most influential person in U.S. sports by The Sporting News, 2003 Outstanding American Award for the Triangle Chapter of the College Football Hall of Fame, 2002 North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s Hall of Fame, 2002 Ohio University’s Charles R. Higgins Distinguished Alumnus Award, 1984


ACC Media Services 2010 RSN Television Schedule Follow 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference baseball action on www.TheACC.com. An updated baseball release can be accessed every Monday and Friday throughout the season, while the ACC Player and Pitcher of the Week will be announced on Monday afternoons. The official web site of the ACC contains the league’s latest recaps, releases, stats and standings and will feature play-by-play coverage of the ACC Tournament hosted by NewBridge Bank Park in Greensboro, N.C., May 26-30. Links to the official athletics sites for each of the 12 member schools are also accessible on TheACC.com.

March 20, 2010 Boston College at Virginia .................. 1:00 pm% April 10, 2010 Miami at Virginia Tech ....................... 1:00 pm% April 17, 2010 Clemson at Georgia Tech ...................... 1:00 pm April 24, 2010 Miami at Florida State ........................... 1:00 pm

:: Virginia named ACC Favorite In Coaches’ Preseason Poll Cavaliers also voted Coastal favorite; Florida State tabbed to win Atlantic Defending Atlantic Coast Conference champion Virginia, which made its first ever College World Series appearance last June, has been picked as the 2010 preseason favorite in a vote of the league’s 12 head baseball coaches. The Cavaliers were projected as the ACC’s 2010 overall champion on eight ballots.

May 1, 2010 Georgia Tech at NC State ...................... 1:00 pm May 8, 2010 Wake Forest at North Carolina ............ 1:00 p.m. May 15, 2010 North Carolina at Virginia .................... 1:00 p.m. May 22, 2010 Florida State at Clemson ..................... 1:00 p.m. Wednesday - Sunday, May 26-30, 2010 ACC Baseball Championship ...................... TBA*

ACC Interview Policy All postgame interviews with coaches will be conducted in a press interview area designated by the host sports information director. There will be a maximum 10-minute “cooling off” period, at which time the winning head coach must enter the interview area. The losing head coach should enter the interview area not more than 10 minutes after the start of the interview of the winning head coach. The host SID, per mutual agreement with the visiting sports information director, may adjust the order of the above postgame interview procedure as long as media access to coaches and players is guaranteed.

Player & Pitcher of the Week Each week during the regular season, a panel of media representatives within the ACC region select an ACC Baseball Player and Pitcher of the Week. Honorees are announced Monday afternoon and appear in the weekly press release. Nominations for the awards are submitted by the leagues’ 12 member institutions.

ACC Honors and Awards The All-Atlantic Coast Conference first and second teams, as well as the Coach, Player, Pitcher and Freshman of the Year are selected by a vote of the 12 head coaches at the end of the regular season. The teams and individual award winners will be announced on Monday, May 24.

% To be carried by SportsSouth and by FSN Carolinas following Carolina Hurricanes NHL coverage. All other games will be shown on RSN (Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, FOX Sports Net South, FOX Sports Florida & New England Sports Network). *All ACC Championship games will be held at NewBridge Bank Park in

ACC Champion - Virginia

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Atlantic Division School (1st-place votes) .. Points Florida State (10) ................70 Clemson (2) ........................62 Boston College ....................42 NC State .............................38 Wake Forest ........................21 Maryland .............................19

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Coastal Division School (1st-place votes) .. Points Virginia (11) ........................71 Georgia Tech .......................57 North Carolina (1) ...............44 Miami ..................................42 Virginia Tech .......................20 Duke....................................18

Greensboro, N.C., and will be telecast by RSN - check local listings for times.

The ACC on TV Eight Atlantic Coast Conference Saturday baseball games are again scheduled for broadcast by the Regional Sports Network (RSN) during the 2010 season. RSN will also televise all 13 games of the 2010 ACC Baseball Championship, set for May 26-30 at Greensboro, N.C.’s NewBridge Bank Park. This will mark the third consecutive season that every ACC Championship game will be telecast live. “The baseball programs in the ACC are among the nation’s best, and we are excited to showcase them throughout our conference footprint,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “We appreciate the support of the league’s regional television networks and look forward to the 2010 season.” In addition, a number of ACC baseball games will be televised regionally in the market areas of the competing schools. A total of 27 games were broadcast in 2009 by Comcast Sports South, Fox Sports Net South, Fox Sports Florida, SportSouth and Sun Sports.

ACC All-ACCess is a weekly half-hour television show that is dedicated to showcasing the Atlantic Coast Conference. In the fall, ACC All-ACCess lends its attention to football along with updates from the Olympic sports. After the New Year, AllACCess focuses its lens on men’s and women’s hoops action, and in the spring to baseball. It can be seen on FOX Sports Net South and FOX Sports Florida every Thursday night. In addition, Comcast SportsNet and NESN will carry the show. Check your local listings for broadcast iinformation.

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2010 ACC Schedule

:: 2010 ACC Baseball Schedule All Times Eastern

RSN: Comcast SportsNet, FOX Sports Net South, FOX Sports Florida & New England Sports Friday, February 19 Virginia Tech vs. Kentucky (at Conway, S.C.) ........ Noon Duke at Baylor .........................................................1 pm George Washington at North Carolina ....................3 pm LaSalle at NC State .................................................3 pm Virginia at East Carolina ..........................................3 pm Miami (Ohio) at Clemson .........................................4 pm Georgia State at Florida State .................................4 pm Missouri State at Georgia Tech ...............................4 pm Army at Wake Forest ...............................................4 pm Maryland at Florida International .............................7 pm Rutgers at Miami .....................................................7 pm Boston College at Tulane ...................................7:30 pm

Rhode Island at Virginia ..........................................1 pm Kent State at Wake Forest (DH) ..............................1 pm Wright State at Clemson..........................................2 pm Fordham at Duke .....................................................2 pm Xavier at Georgia Tech............................................2 pm Maine at North Carolina...........................................2 pm Virginia Tech at Charleston Southern......................2 pm NC State vs. JMU (at Myrtle Beach, S.C.)..........3:30 pm Manhattan at Miami .................................................7 pm Sunday, February 28 Boston College vs. Missouri (at Auburn, Ala.) ........ Noon Wright State at Clemson..........................................1 pm Fordham at Duke .....................................................1 pm Hofstra at Florida State............................................1 pm Xavier at Georgia Tech............................................1 pm Delaware at Maryland............................................. 1 pm Manhattan at Miami .................................................1 pm Maine at North Carolina...........................................1 pm Rhode Island at Virginia ..........................................1 pm Kent State at Wake Forest ......................................1 pm Virginia Tech at Charleston Southern.................1:30 pm NC State vs Coast. Carolina (at Myrtle Beach, S.C) .2:30 pm

Saturday, February 20 Dayton at Wake Forest ........................................... Noon Clemson vs. Michigan State (at Greenville, S.C.) ...1 pm Duke at Baylor .........................................................1 pm Boston College at Tulane ........................................2 pm Georgia State at Florida State .................................2 pm Missouri State at Georgia Tech ...............................2 pm George Washington at North Carolina ....................2 pm LaSalle at NC State .................................................2 pm Virginia at East Carolina ..........................................2 pm Virginia Tech at Coastal Carolina ............................3 pm Army at Wake Forest ...............................................4 pm Duke vs. Georgia (at Waco, Texas) ........................5 pm Maryland at Florida International .............................6 pm Rutgers at Miami .....................................................7 pm Sunday, February 21 Duke vs. Georgia (at Waco, Texas) ......................10 am Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia (at Conway, S.C.) 11 am Maryland at Florida International ............................ Noon Georgia State at Florida State .................................1 pm Missouri State at Georgia Tech ...............................1 pm Rutgers at Miami .....................................................1 pm George Washington at North Carolina ....................1 pm LaSalle at NC State .................................................1 pm Virginia at East Carolina ..........................................1 pm Dayton at Wake Forest ............................................1 pm Boston College at Tulane ........................................2 pm Furman at Clemson .................................................2 pm Tuesday, February 23 UNC Greensboro at North Carolina.........................3 pm Campbell at NC State ..............................................3 pm Coastal Carolina at Wake Forest.............................4 pm Georgia Tech at Georgia Southern .........................6 pm Wednesday, February 24 George Washington at Virginia................................3 pm North Florida at Florida State ..................................4 pm Georgia Tech at Georgia Southern .........................4 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Miami .....................................6 pm Friday, February 26 NC State vs. UC Irvine (at Myrtle Beach, S.C.) ...... Noon Virginia Tech at Charleston Southern......................2 pm Fordham at Duke .....................................................3 pm Delaware at Maryland..............................................3 pm Maine at North Carolina...........................................3 pm Rhode Island at Virginia ..........................................3 pm Wright State at Clemson..........................................4 pm Hofstra at Florida State............................................4 pm Xavier at Georgia Tech............................................4 pm Kent State at Wake Forest ......................................4 pm Boston College at Auburn........................................7 pm Manhattan at Miami .................................................7 pm Saturday, February 27 Boston College vs. Fla. Atlantic (at Auburn, Ala.)... Noon Hofstra at Florida State............................................1 pm Delaware at Maryland..............................................1 pm

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Tuesday, March 2 Miami at South Florida ............................................5 pm VMI at Maryland ......................................................3 pm Gardner-Webb at North Carolina.............................3 pm Radford at Virginia Tech ..........................................3 pm Western Carolina at Georgia Tech ..........................4 pm James Madison at Virginia ......................................4 pm Winthrop at Wake Forest .........................................4 pm Florida State vs. Florida (at Tampa, Fla.) ................7 pm Wednesday, March 3 Xavier at Duke .........................................................3 pm Towson at Maryland ................................................3 pm UNC Greensboro at NC State .................................3 pm Dayton at Clemson ..................................................4 pm Friday, March 5 Temple at Duke .......................................................3 pm Hofstra at Maryland .................................................3 pm Michigan at North Carolina ......................................3 pm Quinnipiac at NC State ............................................3 pm Long Island at Virginia Tech ....................................3 pm Rutgers at Georgia Tech .........................................4 pm Wright State at Virginia ............................................4 pm Xavier at Wake Forest .............................................4 pm Georgia at Florida State ..........................................6 pm Boston College at Florida Atlantic ......................6:30 pm South Carolina at Clemson.................................6:30 pm Florida at Miami .......................................................7 pm Saturday, March 6 Hofstra at Maryland .................................................1 pm Long Island at Virginia Tech (DH) ...........................1 pm Clemson vs. South Carolina (at Greenville, S.C.) ...2 pm Temple at Duke .......................................................2 pm Rutgers at Georgia Tech .........................................2 pm Michigan at North Carolina ......................................2 pm Quinnipiac at NC State ............................................2 pm Dartmouth at Virginia ...............................................3 pm Boston College at Florida Atlantic ...........................4 pm Xavier at Wake Forest ............................................4 pm Georgia at Florida State ..........................................6 pm Florida at Miami .......................................................7 pm Sunday, March 7 Dartmouth at Virginia ........................................11:30 am Boston College at Florida Atlantic ...........................1 pm Temple at Duke .......................................................1 pm Georgia at Florida State ..........................................1 pm Rutgers at Georgia Tech .........................................1 pm Hofstra at Maryland .................................................1 pm Florida at Miami .......................................................1 pm Michigan at North Carolina ......................................1 pm Quinnipiac at NC State ............................................1 pm Xavier at Wake Forest .............................................1 pm Long Island at Virginia Tech ....................................3 pm Clemson at South Carolinia .....................................2 pm Wright State at Virginia ............................................3 pm

Monday, March 8 Quinnipiac at Duke ..................................................3 pm Florida State at Jacksonville ....................................6 pm Tuesday, March 9 Quinnipiac at Duke ..................................................3 pm William & Mary at North Carolina ............................3 pm North Carolina A&T at NC State ..............................3 pm Wake Forest at Coastal Carolina.............................4 pm Bryant at Virginia Tech .......................................5:30 pm Boston College at Florida International ...................6 pm Miami at Central Florida .....................................6:30 pm Wednesday, March 10 Gardner-Webb at Clemson......................................4 pm Wake Forest at UNC Wilmington.............................4 pm Virginia at William & Mary........................................5 pm Bryant at Virginia Tech .......................................5:30 pm Boston College at Florida International ...................6 pm Georgia Tech at Mercer...........................................6 pm Duke at Wofford.......................................................7 pm Friday, March 12 NC State at Clemson ...............................................4 pm Wake Forest at Georgia Tech .................................4 pm Maryland at Virginia Tech ...................................5:30 pm North Carolina at Duke ............................................6 pm Virginia at Florida State ...........................................6 pm Boston College at Miami..........................................7 pm Saturday, March 13 NC State at Clemson ...............................................2 pm North Carolina at Duke ............................................2 pm Wake Forest at Georgia Tech .................................2 pm Maryland at Virginia Tech ........................................2 pm Virginia at Florida State ...........................................6 pm Boston College at Miami..........................................7 pm Sunday, March 14 Boston College at Miami..........................................1 pm NC State at Clemson ...............................................1 pm North Carolina at Duke ............................................1 pm Virginia at Florida State .......................................... 1 pm Wake Forest at Georgia Tech .................................1 pm Maryland at Virginia Tech ....................................... 1 pm Monday, March 15 Columbia at Virginia Tech ..................................5:30 pm Tuesday, March 16 Boston College at Connecticut ................................3 pm Princeton at North Carolina .....................................3 pm Old Dominion at Maryland .......................................4 pm William & Mary at Virginia.......................................5 p.m Rider at Virginia Tech .........................................5:30 pm Clemson at Charlotte ...............................................6 pm Fordham at Miami....................................................6 pm NC State at NC Central ...........................................6 pm Florida State at Florida .......................................6:30 pm Georgia at Georgia Tech ........................................ 7 pm Wednesday, March 17 Liberty at Duke ........................................................3 pm Boston College at Bryant ....................................3:30 pm William & Mary at Maryland .....................................5 pm Rider at Virginia Tech .........................................5:30 pm Fordham at Miami....................................................6 pm Princeton at North Carolina .....................................6 pm NC State at UNC Wilmington ..................................6 pm Virginia at James Madison ......................................6 pm Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest ...............................6 pm Georgia Southern at Clemson ............................6:30 pm Friday, March 19 Boston College at Virginia .......................................6 pm Miami at Duke..........................................................6 pm Georgia Tech at Maryland .......................................6 pm NC State at Wake Forest.........................................6 pm Virginia Tech at Clemson ...................................6:30 pm Florida State at North Carolina ................................7 pm Saturday, March 20 Boston College at Virginia (RSN) ............................1 pm

Georgia Tech at Maryland .......................................1 pm Miami at Duke..........................................................2 pm Florida State at North Carolina ................................2 pm NC State at Wake Forest.........................................6 pm Virginia Tech at Clemson ...................................6:30 pm Sunday, March 21 Boston College at Virginia .......................................1 pm Virginia Tech at Clemson ........................................1 pm Miami at Duke..........................................................1 pm Florida State at North Carolina ................................1 pm Georgia Tech at Maryland .......................................1 pm NC State at Wake Forest.........................................1 pm Tuesday, March 23 Hartford at Boston College ......................................3 pm Marshall at Virginia ..................................................5 pm Liberty at Virginia Tech .......................................5:30 pm Central Florida at Miami ..........................................6 pm NC State at Campbell ..............................................6 pm Elon at Clemson .................................................6:30 pm Maryland at James Madison...............................6:30 pm Duke at Davidson ....................................................7 pm Wednesday, March 24 Holy Cross at Boston College..................................3 pm UMBC at Maryland ..................................................4 pm Stetson at Florida State ...........................................6 pm Mercer at Georgia Tech...........................................6 pm North Carolina at UNC Greensboro.........................6 pm Wake Forest at High Point.......................................6 pm Elon at Clemson .................................................6:30 pm Friday, March 26 Duke at Boston College ......................................2:30 pm Wake Forest at Virginia Tech .............................5:30 pm Clemson at Virginia .................................................6 pm Maryland at Florida State ........................................6 pm Miami at NC State ..............................................6:30 pm Georgia Tech at North Carolina...............................7 pm Saturday, March 27 Duke at Boston College ......................................1:30 pm Wake Forest at Virginia Tech ..................................2 pm Clemson at Virginia .................................................4 pm Maryland at Florida State ........................................6 pm Georgia Tech at North Carolina...............................6 pm Miami at NC State ..............................................6:30 pm Sunday, March 28 Duke at Boston College ...........................................1 pm Clemson at Virginia .................................................1 pm Maryland at Florida State ........................................1 pm Georgia Tech at North Carolina...............................1 pm Miami at NC State ...................................................1 pm Wake Forest at Virginia Tech ..................................1 pm Tuesday, March 30 Boston College at Northeastern ..............................3 pm Towson at Virginia ...................................................5 pm High Point at Duke...................................................6 pm Georgia Tech at Georgia State................................6 pm VCU at Maryland .....................................................6 pm Winthrop at North Carolina ......................................6 pm Charlotte at Wake Forest.........................................6 pm Florida State vs. Florida (at Jacksonville, Fla.) ........7 pm Wednesday, March 31 Boston College at Northeastern ..............................3 pm Towson at Virginia ...................................................5 pm Georgia Tech at Kennesaw State........................... 6 pm Navy at Maryland.....................................................6 pm FAU at Miami ...........................................................6 pm Richmond at North Carolina ....................................6 pm Coastal Carolina at Clemson ..............................6:30 pm Old Dominion at NC State ..................................6:30 pm Duke at NC Central .................................................7 pm Virginia Tech at East Tennessee State ...................7 pm Wake Forest at Elon ................................................7 pm Friday, April 2 Virginia Tech at Florida State ..................................6 pm North Carolina at Maryland......................................6 pm


2010 ACC Schedule Boston College at Clemson ................................6:30 pm Virginia at NC State ............................................6:30 pm Duke at Georgia Tech .............................................7 pm Wake Forest at Miami..............................................7 pm Saturday, April 3 North Carolina at Maryland......................................1 pm Duke at Georgia Tech .............................................6 pm Virginia Tech at Florida State ..................................6 pm Boston College at Clemson ................................6:30 pm Virginia at NC State ............................................6:30 pm Wake Forest at Miami..............................................7 pm Sunday, April 4 Boston College at Clemson ..............................12:05 pm Duke at Georgia Tech .............................................1 pm Virginia Tech at Florida State ..................................1 pm North Carolina at Maryland......................................1 pm Wake Forest at Miami..............................................1 pm Virginia at NC State .................................................1 pm Tuesday, April 6 Maryland at George Mason .....................................3 pm NC Central at Virginia Tech ................................5:30 pm William & Mary at Duke ..........................................6 pm Florida State vs. N. Florida (at Jacksonville, Fla.) ...6 pm Kennesaw State at Georgia Tech............................6 pm North Carolina at Elon .............................................6 pm Clemson at Georgia............................................6:30 pm Miami at FAU ......................................................6:30 pm Coppin State at NC State ...................................6:30 pm Wednesday, April 7 Bryant at Boston College .........................................3 pm Coppin State at NC State ........................................3 pm North Florida at Florida State ..................................6 pm West Virginia at Maryland........................................6 pm FAU at Miami ...........................................................6 pm Radford at Virginia ...................................................6 pm High Point at Wake Forest.......................................6 pm Georgia at Clemson............................................6:30 pm Friday, April 9 Maryland at Boston College ...............................2:30 pm Miami at Virginia Tech ........................................5:30 pm Clemson at Duke .....................................................6 pm Florida State at Wake Forest ...................................6 pm Georgia Tech at Virginia ..........................................7 pm NC State at North Carolina ......................................7 pm Saturday, April 10 Miami at Virginia Tech (RSN) ................................ 1 pm Maryland at Boston College ...............................1:30 pm Clemson at Duke .....................................................2 pm Georgia Tech at Virginia ..........................................4 pm Florida State at Wake Forest ...................................6 pm NC State at North Carolina ......................................6 pm Sunday, April 11 Miami at Virginia Tech ............................................ Noon Georgia Tech at Virginia ........................................ Noon Maryland at Boston College ....................................1 pm Clemson at Duke .....................................................1 pm Florida State at Wake Forest ...................................1 pm NC State at North Carolina ......................................1 pm Tuesday, April 13 Massachusetts at Boston College ...........................3 pm North Carolina A&T at Virginia Tech ..................5:30 pm Davidson at Duke ................................................... 6 pm Florida at Florida State ............................................6 pm NC Central at NC State ......................................6:30 pm Wednesday, April 14 Boston College in Baseball Beanpot ........................TBA UNC Greensboro at Duke .......................................6 pm Jacksonville at Florida State ....................................6 pm Coastal Carolina at North Carolina ..........................6 pm Virginia at VMI .........................................................6 pm Elon at Wake Forest ................................................6 pm Western Carolina at Clemson.............................6:30 pm Georgia Tech at Georgia ....................................6:30 pm Miami at Florida Gulf Coast ................................6:30 pm

UNC Wilmington at NC State .............................6:30 pm Maryland at UMBC .............................................7:00 pm Friday, April 16 Wake Forest at Boston College ..........................2:30 pm Florida State at Duke ...............................................6 pm NC State at Maryland ..............................................6 pm Clemson at Georgia Tech........................................7 pm North Carolina at Miami ...........................................7 pm Virginia Tech at Virginia...........................................7 pm Saturday, April 17 Clemson at Georgia Tech (RSN).............................1 pm NC State at Maryland ..............................................1 pm Wake Forest at Boston College ..........................1:30 pm Florida State at Duke ...............................................2 pm Virginia Tech at Virginia...........................................4 pm North Carolina at Miami ...........................................7 pm Sunday, April 18 Wake Forest at Boston College ...............................1 pm Clemson at Georgia Tech........................................1 pm NC State at Maryland ..............................................1 pm North Carolina at Miami ...........................................1 pm Florida State at Duke ...............................................1 pm Virginia Tech at Virginia...........................................1 pm Tuesday, April 20 Boston College in Baseball Beanpot ........................TBA Virginia Tech at Radford ..........................................3 pm Charleston Southern at Florida State ......................6 pm Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech .........................6 pm Maryland at Old Dominion .......................................6 pm Bethune-Cookman at Miami ....................................6 pm Richmond at Virginia ...............................................6 pm Wake Forest at Charlotte.........................................6 pm Duke at Liberty ........................................................7 pm Wednesday, April 21 Harvard at Boston College ......................................3 pm Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech .........................4 pm Charleston Southern at Florida State ......................6 pm Towson at Maryland ................................................6 pm Davidson at North Carolina .....................................6 pm NC State at East Carolina .......................................6 pm George Mason at Virginia ........................................6 pm UNC Greensboro at Wake Forest ...........................6 pm USC Upstate at Clemson ...................................6:30 pm Friday, April 23 Duke at Wake Forest ...............................................6 pm Miami at Florida State..............................................6 pm Virginia at Maryland .................................................6 pm Boston College at NC State................................6:30 pm North Carolina at Clemson .................................6:30 pm Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech .................................7 pm Saturday, April 24 Miami at Florida State (RSN)...................................1 pm Virginia at Maryland .................................................1 pm Duke at Wake Forest ...............................................6 pm Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech .................................6 pm Boston College at NC State................................6:30 pm North Carolina at Clemson .................................6:30 pm Sunday, April 25 Miami at Florida State............................................11 am Boston College at NC State.................................... 1 pm North Carolina at Clemson ..................................... 1 pm Duke at Wake Forest ...............................................1 pm Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech .................................1 pm Virginia at Maryland .................................................1 pm Tuesday, April 27 Quinnipiac at Boston College ..................................3 pm Coastal Carolina at Virginia .....................................5 pm George Mason at Maryland .....................................6 pm St. Thomas at Miami................................................6 pm High Point at North Carolina ....................................6 pm North Carolina A&T at Duke ....................................6 pm Virginia Tech at VMI ................................................6 pm Georgia Tech vs. Georgia (at Turner Field).............7 pm

Wednesday, April 28 Boston College at Dartmouth ..................................3 pm Wake Forest at Appalachian State ..........................4 pm James Madison at Maryland....................................6 pm South Florida at Miami.............................................6 pm North Carolina at Charlotte ......................................6 pm Georgetown at Virginia ............................................6 pm Elon at NC State .................................................6:30 pm Duke at High Point.................................................. 7 pm Friday, April 30 Boston College at Virginia Tech .........................5:30 pm Virginia at Duke .......................................................6 pm LeMoyne at Florida State ........................................6 pm Georgia Tech at NC State ..................................6:30 pm Maryland at Miami ...................................................7 pm Saturday, May 1 Georgia Tech at NC State (RSN) ............................1 pm Boston College at Virginia Tech ..............................2 pm Virginia at Duke .......................................................2 pm LeMoyne at Florida State ........................................6 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Clemson ...........................6:30 pm Maryland at Miami ...................................................7 pm Sunday, May 2 LeMoyne at Florida State ....................................... Noon Boston College at Virginia Tech ..............................1 pm Virginia at Duke ...................................................... 1 pm Georgia Tech at NC State .......................................1 pm Maryland at Miami ...................................................1 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Clemson ...........................6:30 pm Monday, May 3 Elon at North Carolina .............................................6 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Clemson ...........................6:30 pm Tuesday, May 4 Northeastern at Boston College ..............................3 pm Maryland at Towson ................................................3 pm Davidson at Virginia Tech...................................5:30 pm Jacksonville at Florida State ....................................6 pm VCU at Virginia ........................................................6 pm Florida Gulf Coast at Clemson ...........................6:30 pm Wednesday, May 5 Maryland at Liberty ..................................................3 pm Friday, May 7 Florida State at Boston College ..........................1:30 pm Clemson at Maryland...............................................6 pm Towson at NC State ...........................................6:30 pm Illinois-Chicago at Georgia Tech .............................7 pm Wake Forest at North Carolina ................................7 pm Saturday, May 8 Wake Forest at North Carolina (RSN) .....................1 pm Clemson at Maryland...............................................1 pm Florida State at Boston College ..........................1:30 pm Alabama A&M at Miami ...........................................3 pm Illinois-Chicago at Georgia Tech ............................ 6 pm Towson at NC State ...........................................6:30 pm Alabama A&M at Miami ...........................................7 pm Savannah State at Virginia Tech ........................7:30 pm Sunday, May 9 Florida State at Boston College ...............................1 pm Clemson at Maryland...............................................1 pm Wake Forest at North Carolina ................................1 pm Illinois-Chicago at Georgia Tech .............................1 pm Alabama A&M at Miami ...........................................1 pm Towson at NC State ................................................1 pm Savannah State at Virginia Tech ............................1 pm Monday, May 10 Connecticut at Boston College ................................1 pm Duke at North Carolina A&T ....................................7 pm Tuesday, May 11 Presbyterian at Duke ...............................................1 pm Wake Forest at Winthrop .........................................6 pm Clemson vs. Furman (at Greenville, S.C.) ...............7 pm

:: Wednesday, May 12 Florida State at Stetson ...........................................6 pm College of Charleston at North Carolina ..................6 pm Wake Forest at UNC Greensboro ...........................6 pm Friday, May 14 Duke at Virginia Tech .........................................5:30 pm Clemson at Wake Forest .........................................6 pm NC State at Florida State.........................................6 pm Miami at Georgia Tech ............................................7 pm North Carolina at Virginia ........................................7 pm Saturday, May 15 North Carolina at Virginia (RSN) .............................1 pm Duke at Virginia Tech ..............................................2 pm Clemson at Wake Forest .........................................6 pm NC State at Florida State.........................................6 pm Miami at Georgia Tech ............................................7 pm Sunday, May 16 Clemson at Wake Forest .........................................1 pm Duke at Virginia Tech ..............................................1 pm NC State at Florida State.........................................1 pm Miami at Georgia Tech ............................................1 pm North Carolina at Virginia ........................................1 pm Tuesday, May 18 St. John’s at Boston College ...................................3 pm Virginia Tech at Davidson........................................4 pm Georgia State at Georgia Tech................................6 pm Charlotte at North Carolina ......................................6 pm VMI at Virginia .........................................................6 pm Appalachian State at Wake Forest ..........................6 pm Presbyterian at Clemson ....................................6:30 pm High Point at NC State .......................................6:30 pm Thursday, May 20 Georgia Tech at Boston College ........................1:30 pm Maryland at Wake Forest ........................................6 pm Virginia Tech at North Carolina ...............................6 pm Florida State at Clemson ....................................6:30 pm Duke at NC State................................................6:30 pm Virginia at Miami ......................................................7 pm Friday, May 21 Georgia Tech at Boston College ........................1:30 pm Maryland at Wake Forest ........................................6 pm Florida State at Clemson ....................................6:30 pm Duke at NC State................................................6:30 pm Virginia at Miami ......................................................7 pm Virginia Tech at North Carolina ...............................7 pm Saturday, May 22 Florida State at Clemson (RSN) ..............................1 pm Georgia Tech at Boston College .............................1 pm Duke at NC State.....................................................1 pm Maryland at Wake Forest ........................................1 pm Virginia at Miami ......................................................1 pm Virginia Tech at North Carolina ...............................2 pm Wednesday, May 26 ACC Championship at Greensboro, N.C. (RSN) ......TBA Thursday, May 27 ACC Championship at Greensboro, N.C. (RSN) ......TBA Friday, May 28 ACC Championship at Greensboro, N.C. (RSN) ......TBA Saturday, May 29 ACC Championship at Greensboro, N.C. (RSN) ......TBA Sunday, May 30 ACC Championship at Greensboro, N.C. (RSN) ......TBA June 4-7 NCAA Regionals (Campus Sites) .............................TBA June 11-14 NCAA Super Regionals (Campus Sites) ..................TBA June 19-30 NCAA College World Series (Omaha, NE)...............TBA

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2010 ACC Baseball Championship

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ACC Baseball Championship Bracket NewBridge Bank Park; Greensboro, N.C. May 26-30, 2010 Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Game 1 12:00 pm

Game 4 12:00 pm

Game 7 12:00 pm

Game 10 12:00 pm

Sunday

Championship

Game 2 4:00 pm

Game 5 4:00 pm

Game 8 4:00 pm

Game 11 4:00 pm

Game 3 8:00 pm

Game 6 8:00 pm

Game 9 8:00 pm

Game 12 8:00 pm

Game 13 1:00 pm

Seedings and pairings will be determined at the end of the regular season. Eight teams will advance to the Baseball Championship. All 8 teams will play a minimum of 3 games in a round robin format within their division

ACC Championship in Greensboro, N.C. • History will be made in 2010 as the city of Greensboro, N.C., plays host to the ACC Baseball Championship for the first time. • This will mark the 14th time the Championship has been played in the state of North Carolina. Durham (six times. including last year), Chapel Hill (five times) and Raleigh (twice) have also hosted the event. • Since 2007, the league tournament has featured a round-robin format. North Carolina captured its first ACC crown in 18 years in 2007 and fifth all-time after securing a 3-2 win over Wake Forest, only the second eighth-seeded team to advance to the championship title game in the tournament’s history. The 2008 season saw Miami claim its first ACC Championship since joining the league in 2005. The Hurricanes secured the title by sweeping four straight games, including an 8-4 win over Virginia in the title game.Virginia returned to the tournament finals in 2009 and became the first No. 6 seed to win the title with a 6-3 win over top-seeded Florida State in the championship game. • For the third straight season, all 13 ACC Championship games will be televised via RSN - a collection of networks that includes Comcasts SportsNet Mid-Atlantic, FOX Sports Net South, FOX Sports Florida and New England Sports Network.

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2009 ACC Season in Review

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2009 Atlantic Coast Conference Standings

ATLANTIC Florida State Clemson Boston College NC State Maryland Wake Forest

ACC W 19 19 13 10 10 6

L 9 11 15 20 20 24

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .679 .633 .464 .333 .333 .200

Rd 8-5 8-7 7-6 5-10 4-11 4-11

W 45 44 34 25 27 22

COASTAL North Carolina Georgia Tech Miami Virginia Duke Virginia Tech

W 19 17 18 16 15 12

L 10 10 12 11 15 17

T 0 1 0 1 0 0

Pct. Hm Rd .655 11-4 8-6 .625 8-4-1 9-6 .600 12-5 6-7 .589 8-5 8-6-1 .500 9-6 6-9 .414 6-8 6-9

W 48 38 38 49 35 32

Hm 11-4 11-4 6-9 5-10 6-9 2-13

Overall L 18 22 26 31 27 30 L 18 19 22 15 24 21

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .714 .667 .567 .446 .500 .423

Hm 33-8 31-9 12-10 18-17 21-9 14-15

Rd 8-8 10-11 15-11 5-14 6-18 8-15

Nu 4-2 3-2 7-5 2-0 0-0 0-0

w/in Div. 12-3 11-4 9-6 4-11 7-8 2-13

T 0 1 0 1 0 0

Pct. .727 664 .633 .762 .607 .604

Hm 36-7 24-8-1 23-11 29-6 25-9 18-11

Rd 10-7 13-8 11-7 13-7-1 8-13 13-10

Nu 2-4 1-3 4-4 7-2 2-2 1-0

w/in Div. 10-4 7-7-1 7-8 6-8-1 8-7 5-9

Bold denotes ACC Champion

ACC Performers of the Week

ACC By the Numbers

Players of the Week Feb. 23 Anthony Sosnoskie .........Virginia Tech Mar. 2 Tyler Holt .........................Florida State Mar. 9 Tony Sanchez...............Boston College Mar. 16 Dustin Ackley ................North Carolina Mar. 23 Matt Skole .......................Georgia Tech Mar. 30 Stephen Cardullo..............Florida State Apr. 6 Tony Sanchez...............Boston College Apr. 13 Kyle Parker .............................Clemson Apr. 20 Jeff Rowland ...................Georgia Tech Apr. 27 Jeff Schaus ............................Clemson Mark Fleury ...................North Carolina May 4 Jason Stidham .................Florida State May 11 Tommy Oravetz ................Florida State May 18 Chris Hermann ...........................Miami

1 - Virginia made its first appearance in the College World Series after making eight NCAA Tournament appearances prior to this year.

Pitchers of the Week Feb. 23 Deck McGuire .................Georgia Tech Mar. 2 David Gutierrez ..........................Miami Mar. 9 Kyle Bellamy ..............................Miami Mar. 16 Danny Hultzen ......................... Virginia Mar. 23 Andrew Wolcott .......................... Duke Mar. 30 Brian Moran ..................North Carolina Apr. 6 Justin Sarratt .........................Clemson Apr. 13 Chris Dwyer ...........................Clemson Apr. 20 Alex White .....................North Carolina Apr. 27 Justin Wright ..................Virginia Tech May 4 Pat Dean ......................Boston College May 11 Christopher Manno ..................... Duke May 18 Matt Harvey..................North Carolina

3 - With a 6-3 win over Florida State on May 24, Virginia captured its first ACC title since 1996, and third overall. 6 - Florida State’s Mike Martin has been selected ACC Coach of the Year six times, including twice in the last three years. 7 - Number of ACC teams selected to the 2009 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship, tying the league record set in 2005, 2006 & 2007. The ACC placed six teams in the 2008 field. The ACC’s seven teams posted a perfect 7-0 mark in 2009 opening-round games on May 29. 12 - With a career-high matching 12 strikeouts in North Carolina’s loss to Arizona State in its 2009 CWS opener, Alex White pushed his career total to 317, second all-time among Tar Heel pitchers. 16 - Miami’s Kyle Bellamy led the ACC with 16 saves, tying for the third-best single season total in ACC history. 22 - NCAA Toruanment appearances by Clemson in the last 23 years. 28 - Record number of hits by North Carolina’s Dustin Ackley in College World Series play (2007-09). Ackley owns a 22-game hitting streak in NCAA Tournament play.

32 - Career victories by North Carolina’s Adam Warren. Warren went 32-4 in his four years at UNC and is National Players of the Week tied for sixth among ACC career winning percentage Hitter of the Week leaders (.889). May 18 Chris Hermann, Miami ............ NCBWA 37 - Miami made an NCAA-record 37th-straight NCAA Pitcher of the Week appearance. Florida State is second with a 32-year Apr. 20 Alex White, N. Carolina .....NCBWA, CB streak. CB denotes Collegiate Baseball NCBWA denotes National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association

346 - Career hits by ACC Player of the Year Dustin Ackley, most in North Carolina school history and good for fifth all-time among ACC players.

ACC vs. Non-Conference (249-86, .743) Conferences 2009 2008 America East ......................... 4-1................... 9-0 Atlantic Coast ........................ 0-0................... 1-1 Atlantic 10 ........................... 16-7................... 9-5 Atlantic Sun......................... 25-7................. 25-1 Big 12 ................................... 3-2................... 1-0 Big East ............................... 14-2................. 14-3 Big South .......................... 33-10............... 26-14 Big Ten.................................. 3-1................... 2-0 Big West ............................... 3-0................... 0-1 Colonial ............................. 31-14................. 30-9 Conference USA .................... 7-5................... 8-1 Horizon ................................. 0-0................... 5-0 Independent .......................... 0-0................... 9-0 Ivy ......................................... 7-0................. 12-0 Metro Atlantic ....................... 4-0................... 7-0 Mid-American ....................... 1-0................... 1-0 Mid-Eastern ........................ 16-2................. 12-0 Missouri Valley ..................... 0-0................... 2-1 Mountain West...................... 1-0................... 0-0 Northeast ............................ 10-2................... 9-0 Ohio Valley ............................ 2-0................... 0-0 Pacific-10 .............................. 0-4................... 2-4 Patriot ................................... 9-2................... 9-2 Southeastern..................... 12-15............... 18-15 Southern ........................... 32-11............... 33-11 Southland.............................. 1-0................... 0-0 Southwestern ........................ 6-0................... 3-0 Summit ................................. 0-0................... 0-0 Sun Belt ................................ 4-0................... 9-4 West Coast............................ 1-0................... 4-2 Western Athletic .................... 0-0................... 1-2 Others ................................... 4-1................... 4-0 Totals ...................... 249-86 .........265-76 (.743) (.777) Home vs. Non-Conf......... 191-39............. 191-36 Road vs. Non-Conf............ 39-39............... 53-28 Neutral vs. Non-Conf........... 19-8............... 21-12

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2009 ACC Season In Review

:: 2009 NCAA Tournament

NCAA Regional Results

• Miami made its 37th straight NCAA Tournament appearance, adding to what was already a national record. Florida State appeared for the 32nd straight year, as the ACC placed a record-tying seven teams in the field.

at Austin, Texas May 29: Boston College def. Texas State ...................8-7 May 30: Texas def. Boston College..................... 3-2 (25) May 31: Army def. Boston College ..............................4-3

• North Carolina became the first team to reach four straight College World Series while an ACC member ... Miami reached Omaha six straight years from 1994-99, five straight years from 1978-82 and three straight years from 1984-86, but each of those runs occurred before the Hurricanes joined the ACC. UNC became the 10th program overall to reach the CWS at least four straight years ... UNC was the first ACC school to play in a bowl game, men’s basketball Final Four and College World Series in the same season ... The Tar Heels’ 48 wins last season were the fifth-most in program history. • Virginia (49-15-1) reached the College World Series for the first time ever ... Virginia’s 49 wins marked a school record, breaking the mark of 47 set by the 2006 team ... The Cavaliers opened the season with 19 consecutive wins and captured their third ACC Championship ... The Cavaliers reached Omaha despite playing on the road against tough opposition throughout the NCAA Tournament ... The Cavaliers defeated top-ranked and nationally sixth-seeded California-Irvine twice in the Irvine Regional before winning the Super Regional at Mississippi ... Nine of Virginia’s losses during the 2009 season were by one run. • Clemson (44-22) reached the NCAA Tournament for the 34th time and the 22nd time in 23 years ... An ACC-high nine Clemson players were chosen in the 2009 Major League Draft, tied for fourth-most in the nation and tied for third-most in school history ... The Tigers have won at least 40 games 23 times since 1977 and 21 of the last 24 years ... Junior first baseman Ben Paulsen won a team Triple Crown, batting .367, driving in 61 runs, and tying Jeff Schaus for the team lead in home runs with 13 ... Casey Harman (7-3) and Graham Stoneburner (7-4) tied for the team lead in pitching wins • Florida State (46-18) reached the Super Regionals for the second year in a row and the ninth time in school history ... The Seminoles clinched the Tallahassee Regional with a 37-6 rout of Ohio State that saw FSU set four school records and five NCAA Tournament records ... Florida State set school records for runs (37), hits (38), doubles (15) and total bases (66), while the 51 combined hits by both teams set NCAA Tournament single-game records ... The Seminoles also tied a school record for RBI (34) and most combined runs by two teams with 43 ... The 15 doubles by FSU also set a new NCAA mark. • In its fourth season as an ACC member, Boston College (34-26) reached the NCAA Tournament for the 10th time and the first since 1967 ... BC bowed out after dropping two of three games in the Austin Regional, but not before playing an historic 25-inning game in falling 3-2 to host and top-seeded Texas on May 30-31 ... The game was the longest in NCAA history in terms of total innings and took over seven hours to complete ... The contest featured a duel between relievers Austin Wood of Texas (13 innings, two hits, no runs, 14 strikeouts) and Mike Belfiore of BC (9.2 innings, three hits, no runs, 11 strikeouts).

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• • • • • College World Series Results at Omaha, Neb. Rosenblatt Stadium June 13-24, 2009

ACC teams’ results: Saturday, June 13 Game 2 - 7 p.m. (ESPN HD) No. 3 LSU 9, Virginia 5 Sunday, June 14 Game 3 - 2 p.m. (ESPN HD) No. 5 Arizona State 5, No. 4 North Carolina 2 (10) Monday, June 15 Game 5 - 2 p.m. (ESPN HD) Virginia 7, No. 2 Cal State Fullerton 5 - Cal State Fullerton eliminated Tuesday, June 16 Game 7 - 2 p.m. (ESPN2 HD) North Carolina 11, Southern Miss 4 - Southern Miss eliminated Wednesday, June 17 Game 9 - 7 p.m. (ESPN2 HD) Arkansas 4, Virginia 3 (12) - Virginia eliminated Thursday, June 18 Game 10 - 7 p.m. (ESPN2 HD) Arizona State 12, North Carolina 5 - North Carolina eliminated

at Clemson, S.C. May 29: Clemson def. Tennessee Tech ......................5-4 May 30: Oklahoma State def. Clemson .......................3-2 May 31: Clemson def. Tennessee Tech ....................10-0 May 31: Clemson def. Oklahoma State .....................15-1 June 1: Clemson def. Oklahoma State ........................6-5

• • • • • at Tallahassee, Fla. May 29: Florida State def. Marist...............................16-4 May 30: Florida State def. Georgia..............................8-2 May 31: Florida State def. Ohio State ......................37-6

• • • • • at Atlanta, Ga. May 29: Georgia Tech def. Georgia State ................... 9-3 May 30: Southern Miss def. Georgia Tech ................ 10-7 May 31: Georgia Tech def. Elon .................................. 8-4 May 31: Georgia Tech def. Southern Miss ................ 10-3 June 1: Southern Miss def. Georgia Tech ................. 12-8

• • • • • at Gainesville, Fla. May 29: Miami def. Jacksonville ..................................9-4 May 30: Florida def. Miami ..........................................8-2 May 31: Miami def. Jacksonville ..................................4-0 May 31: Florida def. Miami ........................................16-5

• • • • • at Chapel Hill, N.C. May 29: North Carolina def. Dartmouth ....................... 5-2 May 30: North Carolina def. Coastal Carolina ........... 14-5 May 31: North Carolina def. Kansas.......................... 12-1

• • • • • NCAA Super Regional Results at Tempe, Ariz. June 6: Arizona State def. Clemson .......................7-4 June 7: Arizona State def. Clemson .......................8-2 at Tallahassee, Fla. June 5: Arkansas def. Florida State .......................7-2 June 7: Arkansas def. Florida State .......................9-8 at Chapel Hill, N.C. June 6: North Carolina def. East Carolina ...........10-1 June 7: North Carolina def. East Carolina ..............9-3 at Oxford, Miss. June 5: Mississippi def. Virginia ..................... 4-3 (12) June 6: Virginia def. Mississippi .............................4-3 June 7: Virginia def. Mississippi .............................5-1

at Irvine, Calif. May 29: Virginia def. San Diego State.................... 5-1 May 30: Virginia def. Cal-Irvine .............................. 5-0 May 31: Virginia def. Cal-Irvine .............................. 4-1

• • • • • Current ACC Teams In The College World Series Miami 47-38 (four titles) Wake Forest 7-3 (one title) NC State 2-2 Georgia Tech 4-5 North Carolina 14-17 Florida State 25-38 Boston College 6-8 Duke 3-6 Virginia 1-2 Clemson 10-22 Maryland 0-0 Virginia Tech 0-0


2009 ACC Season In Review 2009 Major League Baseball Draft

Virginia Captures ACC Title Rd./Pick Player, School

John Hicks hit a two-run single in the ninth inning to break a 3-3 tie and lift the No. 14 Virginia Cavaliers to a 6-3 victory over Florida State in the title game of the ACC Baseball Championship at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in Durham, N.C. Virginia, the tournament’s sixth seed, became the lowest seed to ever win the tournament crown after winning four games in four days to earn the ACC’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.

2009 ACC Baseball Championship Durham Bulls Athletic Park Durham, N.C.

Wednesday, May 20 Miami d. Georgia Tech .................................... 8-6 Florida State d. Boston College ....................... 7-2 North Carolina d. Duke .................................... 8-3 Thursday, May 21 Boston College d. Georgia Tech ...................... 7-3 Florida State d. Miami ..................................... 4-2 Virginia d. Clemson ......................................... 6-5 Friday, May 22 Boston College d. Miami ............................... 10-1 Duke d. Clemson ........................................... 10-4 Virginia d. North Carolina .............................. 11-1 Saturday, May 23 Georgia Tech d. Florida State .......................... 9-2 Clemson d. North Carolina .......................(11) 4-3 Virginia d. Duke............................................. 11-7 Championship Game Virginia d. Florida State ......................................6-3 ACC Tournament MVP: Dan Grovatt, Virginia Grovatt batted .533 (8-for-15) in Virginia’s four games with seven runs scored and five RBIs. The sophomore outfielder also set an ACC Tournament single game record with 13 total bases (3 doubles, 1 home run) in Saturday’s 11-7 win over Duke. All-Tournament Team: C .......................................Franco Valdes, Virginia 1B ...........................Dustin Ackley, North Carolina 2B ............................Jason Stidham, Florida State 3B .......................Mickey Wiswall, Boston College SS ...................................Jake Lemmerman, Duke OF ........................................ Dan Grovatt, Virginia OF ..................................... Wilson Boyd, Clemson OF ................................Mike McGee, Florida State UT/DH .............................. Danny Hultzen, Virginia P ................................... Pat Dean, Boston College P .................................... Casey Harman, Clemson

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Team

1/2 Dustin Ackley (1B-OF), North Carolina Seattle 1/4 Tony Sanchez (C), Boston College Pittsburgh 1/15 Alex White (RHP), North Carolina Cleveland 1A/45 Mike Belfiore (1B-LHP), Boston College Arizona 3/82 Kyle Seager (IF), North Carolina Seattle 3/90 Ben Paulsen (1B), Clemson Colorado 4/119 Mark Fleury (C), North Carolina Cincinnati 4/122 Chris Dwyer (LHP), Clemson Kansas City 4/135 Adam Warren (RHP), North Carolina NY Yankees 5/144 Jason Hagerty (1B-C), Miami San Diego 5/159 Ryan Jackson (SS), Miami St. Louis 5/163 Kyle Bellamy (RHP), Miami Chicago White Sox 5/166 D’Vontrey Richardson (OF), Fla. State Milwaukee 6/192 Chris Herrmann (IF-OF), Miami Minnesota 7/203 Brian Moran (LHP), North Carolina Seattle 8/233 Jimmy Gillheeney (LHP), NC State Seattle 8/234 Nate Freiman (1B), Duke San Diego 8/249 Jason Stidham (2B), Florida State St. Louis 10/294 Ryan Hinson (LHP), Clemson San Diego 12/353 Andrew Carraway (RHP), Virginia Seattle 12/356 Steve Bumbry (OF), Virginia Tech Baltimore 14/435 Graham Stoneburner (RHP), Clemson NY Yankees 17/516 Andrew Wolcott (RHP), Duke Arizona 18/551 JB MacDonald (RHP), Boston College Houston 18/553 Phil Negus (RHP), Wake Forest Chicago White Sox 18/560 Matt Williams (C), Duke Chicago Cubs 19/595 Luke Murton (OF), Georgia Tech NY Yankees 20/598 Jeff Lorick (LHP), Virginia Atlanta 20/618 Alex Hassan (RHP-OF). Duke Boston 20/620 Eric Erickson (LHP), Miami Chicago Cubs 21/635 Jeff Rowland (OF), Georgia Tech Cleveland 21641 Barry Butera (IF-OF), Boston College Houston 22/664 Sam Brown (RHP), NC State Texas 22/674 Zach Von Tersh (RHP), Georgia Tech NY Mets 23/697 Jimmy Marshall (RHP), Florida State LA Dodgers 26/781 Rhett Ballard (RHP), Virginia Tech Colorado 28/841 Dave DiNatale (OF), Miami Colorado 29/864 Robert Poutier (LHP). Virginia San Diego 29/883 Tony Delk (RHP), Clemson Chicago White Sox 32/965 Mike Packer (LHP), Virginia Cleveland 33/1010 John Lambert (LHP). NC State Chicago Cubs 36/1086 Mike Freeman (IF), Clemson Arizona 37/1113 Colin Bates (RHP), North Carolina Oakland 37/1122 David Gutierrez (RHP), Miami Minnesota 38/1132 Christopher Manno (LHP), Duke Washington 38/1153 A.J. Casario (OF), Maryland Chicago White Sox 40/1206 Tim Sherlock (OF-LHP), Duke Arizona 41/1225 Tyler Cannon (SS), Virginia Pittsburgh 41/1231 Matt Sanders (IF), Clemson Colorado 41/1248 Kyle Rutter (RHP), NC State Boston 46/1376 Scott Swinson (RHP), Maryland Baltimore 46/1395 Tony Plagman (1B), Georgia Tech NY Yankees 46/1400 Glenn Cook (OF), Miami* Chicago Cubs 47/1407 Michael Ness (RHP), Duke San Francisco 48/1441 Clinton McKinney (RHP), Clemson Colorado 48/1443 Addison Johnson (OF), Clemson Oakland * Played only football as a collegeiate student athlete

• • • • • The 56 ACC players selected in the 2009 MLB Draft were the second-most in conferece history. A league-record 63 ACC players were selected in 2007.

Rd./Pick Player

Team

BOSTON COLLEGE: 4 1/4 Tony Sanchez (C) ........................ Pittsburgh 1A/45 Mike Belfiore (1B-LHP) .................... Arizona 18/551 JB MacDonald (RHP) ..................... Houston 21/641 Barry Butera (IF-OF) ....................... Houston CLEMSON: 9 3/90 Ben Paulsen (1B)...........................Colorado 4/122 Chris Dwyer (LHP) .................... Kansas City 10//294 Ryan Hinson (LHP) ......................San Diego 14/435 Graham Stoneburner (RHP) .... NY Yankees 29/883 Tony Delk (RHP)............Chicago White Sox 36/1086 Mike Freeman (IF) ........................... Arizona 41/1231 Matt Sanders (IF) ...........................Colorado 48/1441 Clinton McKinney (RHP) ................Colorado 48/1443 Addison Johnson (OF) .................... Oakland DUKE: 7 8/235 17/516 18/560 29/618 38/1132 40/1206 47/1407

Nate Freiman (1B) .......................San Diego Andrew Wolcott (RHP)..................... Arizona Matt Williams (C) ...................Chicago Cubs Alex Hassan (RHP-OF) .................... Boston Christopher Manno (LHP) ......... Washington Tim Sherlock (OF-LHP) ................... Arizona Michael Ness (RHP) ............. San Francisco

FLORIDA STATE: 3 5/166 D’Vontrey Richardson (OF) ........ Milwaukee 8/249 Jason Stidham (2B) ....................... St. Louis 23/697 Jimmy Marshall (RHP) .............. LA Dodgers GEORGIA TECH: 4 19/595 Luke Murton (OF) .................... NY Yankees 21/635 Jeff Rowland (OF)........................ Cleveland 22/674 Zach Von Tersh (RHP) ........ New York Mets 46/1395 Tony Plagman (1B) ........New York Yankees MARYLAND: 2 38/1153 A.J. Casario (OF) ...........Chicago White Sox 46/1376 Scott Swinson (RHP) .................... Baltimore MIAMI: 8 5/144 5/159 5/163 6/192 6/620 28/841 37/1122 46/1400

Jason Hagerty (1B-C) ..................San Diego Ryan Jackson (SS) ........................ St. Louis Kyle Bellamy (RHP) .......Chicago White Sox Chris Herrmann (IF-OF)...............Minnesota Eric Erickson (LHP) ...............Chicago Cubs Dave DiNatale (OF) .......................Colorado David Gutierrez (RHP) .................Minnesota Glenn Cook (OF) ...................Chicago Cubs

NORTH CAROLINA: 7 1/2 Dustin Ackley (1B-OF) ...................... Seattle 1/15 Alex White (RHP)......................... Cleveland 3/82 Kyle Seager (IF)................................ Seattle 4/119 Mark Fleury (C) .............................Cincinnati 4/135 Adam Warren (RHP)......New York Yankees 7/203 Brian Moran (LHP) ............................ Seattle 37/1113 Colin Bates (RHP) .......................... Oakland NC STATE: 4 8/233 Jimmy Gillheeney (LHP) ................... Seattle 22/664 Sam Brown (RHP) ..............................Texas 33/1010 John Lambert (LHP) ..............Chicago Cubs 41/1248 Kyle Rutter (RHP) ............................. Boston VIRGINIA: 12/353 20/598 29/864 32/965 41/1225

5 Andrew Carraway (RHP) .................. Seattle Jeff Lorick (LHP) ............................... Atlanta Robert Poutier (LHP) ...................San Diego Mike Packer (LHP)....................... Cleveland Tyler Cannon (SS) ....................... Pittsburgh

. VIRGINIA TECH: 2 12/356 Steve Bumbry (OF) ....................... Baltimore 26/781 Rhett Ballard (RHP) .......................Colorado WAKE FOREST: 1 ......................................................... 18/553 Phil Negus (RHP) ..........Chicago White Sox

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2009 Honors

:: 2009 All-ACC

Duke senior first baseman Nate Freiman was named ACC Baseball Scholar-Athlete of the Year and headed up the 2009 Atlantic Coast Conference All-ACC Academic Baseball Team, as announced by Commissioner John D. Swofford. Freiman, a first-team Academic All-American and a three-time Academic All-District III selection, is a four-time member of the All-ACC Academic Baseball Team and has been named to the ACC Academic Honor roll four times. The Wellesley, Mass., native was also a finalist for the 2009 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award.

First Team Tony Sanchez.............Jr............C .......Boston College Dustin Ackley ..............Jr..........1B ........ North Carolina Phil Gosselin............. So..........2B ................... Virginia Kyle Seager ................Jr..........3B ........ North Carolina Tyler Cannon ..............Jr......... SS ................... Virginia Jeff Schaus ............... So......... OF ................. Clemson Tyler Holt .................. So. ....... OF ..........Florida State Luke Murton...............Sr......... OF ..........Georgia Tech Jeff Rowland ............. So. ....... OF ..........Georgia Tech Dan Grovatt .............. So......... OF .................. Virginia Jarrett Parker ............ So......... OF .................. Virginia Danny Hultzen ........... Fr....1B/SP ................... Virginia Andrew Wolcott .........Sr......... SP .......................Duke Deck McGuire ........... So......... SP ..........Georgia Tech Alex White ..................Jr......... SP ........ North Carolina Sean Gilmartin ........... Fr......... SP ...........Florida State Kyle Bellamy ...............Jr......... RP ......................Miami Second Team Yasmani Grandal ...... So............C ......................Miami Nate Freiman .............Sr..........1B .......................Duke Tony Plagman ............Jr..........1B ..........Georgia Tech Jason Stidham ............Jr..........2B ...........Florida State Scott Lawson ..............Jr. ........2B ......................Miami Mickey Wiswall ......... So..........3B .......Boston College Derek Dietrch............ So. ....... SS ..........Georgia Tech Stephen Cardullo ........Jr......... SS ...........Florida State Steve Domecus ..........Jr......... OF ......... Virginia Tech Robbie Anston ............Jr......... OF .......Boston College Jeremy Gould .............Jr......... OF .......................Duke Mike Belfiore ...............Jr....1B/RP .......Boston College Mike McGee ............. So... OF/SP ...........Florida State Adam Warren ............Sr......... SP ........ North Carolina Chris Hernandez....... So. ....... SP ......................Miami Jimmy Gillheeney .......Jr......... SP .................NC State Brian Moran ................Jr......... RP ........ North Carolina PLAYER OF THE YEAR Dustin Ackley, North Carolina PITCHER OF THE YEAR Deck McGuire, Georgia Tech FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR Danny Hultzen, Virginia COACH OF THE YEAR Mike Martin, Florida State

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2009 All-Americans

2009 All-ACC Academic Team

The ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards were established in September 2007 to be awarded annually to the top junior or senior student-athlete in their respective sports. Candidates for the awards must have maintained a 3.0 grade point average for their career as well as a 3.0 for each of the last two semesters. The 2009 All-ACC Academic Baseball Team featured 16 repeat selections from 2008 and 13 players that earned firstor second-team All-ACC honors in 2009. To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned at least a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained at least a 3.00 cumulative average during his academic career.

ABCA

Dustin Ackley, 1B ................................... North Carolina (1st) Danny Hultzen, UT ............................................ Virginia (1st) Kyle Bellamy, RP .................................................Miami (2nd) Jarrett Parker, OF ............................................. Virginia (2nd) Mike Belfiore, UT ..................................Boston College (2nd) Sean Gimartin, SP .....................................Florida State (3rd) Deck McGuire, SP ................................... Georgia Tech (3rd) Luke Murton, OF..................................... Georgia Tech (3rd) Tony Sanchez, C ...................................Boston College (3rd) Mike McGee, UT........................................Florida State (3rd)

Baseball America

Tony Sanchez, C ................................. Boston College (1st) Dustin Ackley, 1B ................................. North Carolina (1st) Stephen Cardullo, SS .............................. Florida State (1st) Kyle Bellamy, RP ................................................ Miami (1st) Tyler Holt, OF ......................................... Florida State (2nd) Jarrett Parker, OF ........................................... Virginia (2nd) Deck McGuire, SP .................................Georgia Tech (2nd) Mike McGee, UT..................................... Florida State (2nd) Luke Murton, DH ................................... Georgia Tech (3rd) Danny Hultzen, UT .......................................... Virginia (3rd) Brian Moran, RP ................................... North Carolina (3rd)

Collegiate Baseball (Louisville Slugger)

Name, School ..............................................................Class Tony Sanchez, Boston College ....................................Junior *Mike Freeman, Clemson .............................................Junior Jason Stolz, Clemson ............................................ Freshman *Graham Stoneburner, Clemson .........................Sophomore Matt Vaughn, Clemson ................................................ Senior ***Nate Freiman, Duke ................................................ Senior Jeremy Gould, Duke .....................................................Junior *Alex Hassan, Duke......................................................Junior *Jake Lemmerman, Duke ....................................Sophomore Ryan McCurdy, Duke ...................................................Junior Eric Pfisterer, Duke................................................ Freshman Will Piwnica-Worms, Duke .................................... Freshman *Matt Williams, Duke ................................................... Senior *Andrew Wolcott, Duke................................................ Senior Tyler Holt, Florida State .......................................Sophomore **Tommy Oravetz, Florida State .................................. Senior Derek Dietrich, Georgia Tech ..............................Sophomore *Jason Haniger, Georgia Tech .................................... Senior Chris House, Georgia Tech ......................................... Senior **Tony Plagman, Georgia Tech ....................................Junior Jeff Rowland, Georgia Tech ................................Sophomore Zach Von Tersch, Georgia Tech ..................................Junior Dan Gentzler, Maryland............................................... Senior Brett Harman, Maryland ......................................Sophomore **Mike Murphy, Maryland ............................................ Senior **Dave DiNatale, Miami ............................................... Senior Chris Hernandez, Miami ......................................Sophomore *Colin Bates, North Carolina................................Sophomore Levi Michael, North Carolina ................................. Freshman **Adam Warren, North Carolina .................................. Senior ***Joey Cutler, NC State.............................................. Senior Phil Gosselin, Virginia..........................................Sophomore *Dan Grovatt, Virginia ..........................................Sophomore Danny Hultzen, Virginia ......................................... Freshman Robert Morey, Virginia .........................................Sophomore Robert Poutier, Virginia ............................................... Senior Mike Kaminski, Virginia Tech .......................................Junior Ben Rowen, Virginia Tech ............................................Junior Michael Seaborn, Virginia Tech...........................Sophomore Weldon Woodall, Wake Forest .................................... Senior

Dustin Ackley, 1B ................................... North Carolina (1st) Deck McGuire, SP ....................................Georgia Tech (1st) Kyle Bellamy, RP .................................................Miami (2nd) Tyler Holt, OF ...........................................Florida State (2nd) Sean Gilmatin, SP .....................................Florida State (3rd) Tony Sanchez, C ...................................Boston College (3rd) Luke Murton, OF...................................... Georgia Tech (3rd) Jarrett Parker, OF ..............................................Virginia (3rd)

*Repeat All-ACC academic honorees from 2008 **Three-time honorees ***Four-time honorees

Danny Hultzen, UT ...........................................Virginia (1st) Sean Gimartin, SP ................................... Florida State (1st) Levi Michael, 2B .................................. North Carolina (2nd)

NCBWA

Dustin Ackley, 1B ................................... North Carolina (1st) Deck McGuire, SP ....................................Georgia Tech (1st) Kyle Bellamy, RP ..................................................Miami (1st) Jarrett Parker, OF ............................................. Virginia (2nd) Danny Hultzen, UT ........................................... Virginia (2nd) Sean Gilmartin, SP ...................................Florida State (2nd) Mike McGee, UT.......................................Florida State (3ed)

Rivals.com

Dustin Ackley, 1B ................................... North Carolina (1st) Jarrett Parker, OF .............................................. Virginia (1st) Kyle Bellamy, RP ..................................................Miami (1st)

2008 Freshmen All-Americans Baseball America

First team Danny Hultzen, UT ...........................................Virginia (1st) Sean Gimartin, SP ................................... Florida State (1st) Matt Skole, 3B .......................................Georgia Tech (2nd)

Collegiate Baseball (Louisville Slugger)

Danny Hultzen, UT ...........................................Virginia (1st) Sean Gimartin, SP ................................... Florida State (1st) Levi Michael, 2B ................................... North Carolina (1st) Matt Skole, 3B ........................................Georgia Tech (1st) Steven Proscia, 3B ...........................................Virginia (1st)

Rivals.com

Danny Hultzen, UT ...........................................Virginia (1st) Sean Gimartin, SP ................................... Florida State (1st)

NCBWA


2009 ACC Individual Honors ACC Player of the Year Dustin Ackley, North Carolina

ACC Pitcher of the Year Deck McGuire, Georgia Tech

North Carolina junior first baseman Dustin Ackley became UNC’s first consensus firstteam All-American since Andrew Miller in 2006. Carolina’s career leader in average, hits, runs and total bases, the Walnut Cove, N.C., native posted an ACC-best .417 average and 22 home runs, while adding 111 hits, 75 runs, 73 RBI, a .763 slugging percentage and a .512 on-base mark. The No. 2 overall draft pick in the MLB Draft by the Seattle Mariners, Ackley is the first player to ever be named to three consecutive All-CWS teams. He wrapped up the 2009 CWS on a 22-game NCAA Tournament hitting streak and set the CWS career record with 28 base hits in just 15 games.

Player of the Year Totals 1969-2009 School No. Clemson ...........................11 North Carolina ....................6 Wake Forest .......................5 Florida State .......................5 Georgia Tech......................4 NC State .............................4 Maryland.............................2 Virginia ...............................2 Duke ...................................1 Miami ..................................1

Last Player Year Khalil Greene..........................2002 Dustin Ackley..........................2009 Jamie D’Antona ......................2003 Buster Posey ..........................2008 Mark Teixeira..........................2000 Turtle Zaun .............................1988 Derek Hacopian......................1992 Sean Doolittle .........................2006 Ryan Jackson .........................1994 Ryan Braun ............................2005

ACC Freshman of the Year Danny Hultzen, Virginia

Only a sophomore in 2009, Georgia Tech’s Deck McGuire posted an 11-2 record with a 3.50 ERA while helping lead the Yellow Jackets to an NCAA Tournament berth. The tall right-hander from Richmond, Va., struck out 118 batters in 100.1 innings while walking just 41. McGuire became the first ever Yellow Jacket to earn ACC Pitcher of the Year honors and was a finalist for the National Pitcher of the Year. He also earned All-America honors from Baseball America and Collegiate Baseball. McGuire posted a 10-0 record during the regular season and struck out at least 10 batters in three of his starts. including 13 in the opener vs. Lipscomb. He fanned seven or more batters on 11 occasions.

Pitcher of the Year Totals 2005-09 School No. North Carolina ....................2 Florida State .......................1 Georgia Tech......................1 Miami ..................................1

School No. Georgia Tech.........................5 North Carolina .......................4 Clemson ................................2 Florida State ..........................2 Wake Forest ..........................2 Duke ......................................1 Miami .....................................1 NC State ................................1 Virginia ..................................1

Last Freshman Year Matt Wieters .............................2005 Dustin Ackley ...........................2007 Patrick Boyd .............................1998 Stephen Drew ..........................2002 Allan Dykstra ............................2006 Jeff Becker ...............................1996 Chris Hernandez ......................2008 Tom Sergio...............................1994 Danny Hultzen..........................2009

Last Pitcher Year Alex White ..............................2008 Bryan Henry ...........................2007 Deck McGuire.........................2009 Cesar Carrillo .........................2005

ACC Coach of the Year Mike Martin, Florida State Florida State’s Mike Martin was named ACC Coach of the Year in 2009 after leading the Seminoles to the No. 1 overall seed and their third consecutive ACC Atlantic Division title. After starting the season 9-7 and 1-3 in the conference, Martin led FSU to a 31-7 record to close out the regular season, including an 18-6 mark in the final 24 ACC games. + Martin, who was also named the league’s top coach in 1996, 1998, 1999, 2001 and 2007, went on to lead FSU to a runner-up finish in the ACC Baseball Championship and a spot in the NCAA Tournament’s Sweet 16. The NCAA tourney appearance was FSU’s 32nd straight.

Danny Hultzen was a two-way standout as the Cavaliers won the ACC title and reached the College World Series for the first time. The first ACC Freshman of the Year in Virginia history, Hultzen saw time at pitcher, first base, left field and designated hitter while earning a slot on the All-ACC First Team. On the mound, he posted a 9-1 record with a 2.17 ERA in 17 games (16 starts). In 95 innings, Hultzen recorded 107 strikeouts, a Virginia freshman record that also ranks sixth overall in UVa history. At the plate, Hultzen recorded a .327 batting average – second among ACC freshmen behind teammate Steven Proscia. He hit three homers and drove in 37 runs.

Freshman of the Year Totals 1991-2009

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Coach of the Year Totals 1981-2009 School No. Georgia Tech....................... 6 Clemson .............................. 5 Florida State ........................ 6 NC State .............................. 4 Duke .................................... 2 Virginia ................................ 2 Wake Forest ........................ 2 North Carolina ..................... 1 Miami ................................... 1

Last Coach Year Danny Hall..................................2005 Jack Leggett ...............................2006 Mike Martin.................................2009 Elliott Avent ................................2003 Steve Traylor ..............................1992 Brian O’Connor ..........................2004 George Greer .............................2002 Mike Roberts ..............................1989 Jim Morris...................................2008

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2009 Statistics

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Individual Batting Leaders Name, School G 1. Dustin Ackley-NC ................66 2. Steve Domecus-VT .............40 3. Tyler Holt-FS .......................63 4. Austin Wates-VT..................47 5. Kyle Seager-NC...................66 6. Mike McGee-FS...................60 7. Stephen Cardullo-FS ...........62 8. Ben Paulsen-CU ..................66 9. Jason Stidham-FS ...............63 10. Klint Reed-VT ....................49 11. Dan Grovatt-VA .................64 12. Jarrett Parker-VA ...............65 13. Luke Murton-GT ................58 14. Tony Plagman-GT .............58 15. Nate Freiman-DU ..............59 16. Tyler Cannon-VA ...............64 17. Tony Sanchez-BC .............58 18. Matt Williams-DU ...............57 19. Robbie Anston-BC .............60 20. Alex Hassan-DU ................57

Avg .417 .406 .401 .397 .393 .379 .376 .367 .363 .358 .356 .355 .354 .354 .352 .351 .346 .345 .344 .342

OB% .512 .477 .520 .447 .487 .494 .479 .435 .465 .442 .436 .450 .496 .400 .463 .444 .443 .421 .436 .419

HOME RUNS G 1. Dustin Ackley-NC ....... 66 t-2. Nate Freiman-DU ...... 59 t-2. Luke Murton-GT ........ 58 4. Mike McGee-FS ......... 60 5. Matt Skole-GT ............ 58 6. Jarrett Parker-VA........ 65 t-7. Yasmani Grandal-UM 59 t-7. Tony Plagman-GT ..... 58 3 tied with 14 home run(s)

HR HR/G 22 .33 20 .34 20 .34 19 .32 17 .29 16 .25 16 .27 16 .28

RUNS BATTED IN G 1. Mike McGee-FS............ 60 2. Jason Stidham-FS ........ 63 t-3. Tony Plagman-GT ...... 58 t-3. Dustin Ackley-NC ....... 66 5. Jarrett Parker-VA .......... 65 6. Phil Gosselin-VA........... 65 t-7. Mickey Wiswall-BC ..... 60 t-7. Luke Murton-GT ......... 58 3 tied with 62 RBI(s)

RBI RBI/G 78 1.30 76 1.21 73 1.26 73 1.11 65 1.00 64 .98 63 1.05 63 1.09

RUNS SCORED ................ G 1. Tyler Holt-FS ................ 63 t-2. Stephen Cardullo-FS .. 62 t-2. Jarrett Parker-VA........ 65 4. Dustin Ackley-NC ......... 66 t-5. Mike McGee-FS ......... 60 t-5. Jeff Rowland-GT ........ 58 7. Luke Murton-GT ........... 58 8. Ben Bunting-NC............ 66 9. Tony Sanchez-BC ........ 58 10. Derek Dietrich-GT....... 58

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R 87 76 76 75 66 66 64 63 63 61

R/G 1.38 1.23 1.17 1.14 1.1 1.14 1.1 0.95 1.09 1.05

Slug .763 .58 .578 .608 .592 .768 .612 .618 .65 .448 .518 .664 .714 .638 .703 .489 .614 .48 .47 .498

AB 266 143 237 194 262 198 237 259 223 165 247 265 206 246 219 231 228 223 247 219

R 75 37 87 50 59 66 76 56 55 51 53 76 64 59 47 53 63 35 55 56

H 111 58 95 77 103 75 89 95 81 59 88 94 73 87 77 81 79 77 85 75

2B 18 11 23 20 26 18 20 18 24 12 8 20 12 18 15 19 19 13 22 17

3B 4 1 2 3 4 1 3 4 2 0 4 7 1 2 1 5 0 1 3 4

HR 22 4 5 5 6 19 10 13 12 1 8 16 20 16 20 1 14 5 1 3

RBI 73 42 28 42 62 78 51 61 76 15 51 65 63 73 62 38 51 47 30 30

BB 50 8 54 13 45 40 45 33 44 21 34 39 43 12 36 35 30 24 32 25

SO 34 13 47 32 38 47 46 39 35 29 38 80 35 43 28 41 40 20 44 19

DOUBLES G 2B 2B/G 1. Kyle Seager-NC........ 66 26 .39 2. Jason Stidham-FS .... 63 24 .38 3. Tyler Holt-FS ............ 63 23 .37 4. Robbie Anston-BC .... 60 22 .37 5. Steven Proscia-VA ... 64 22 .34 6. Scott Lawson-UM ..... 59 21 .36 t-7. Austin Wates-VT .... 47 20 .43 t-7. Jarrett Parker-VA.... 65 20 .31 t-7. Stephen Cardullo-FS62 20 .32 t-7. Jeremy Gould-DU... 59 20 0.34 TRIPLES G 1. Jarrett Parker-VA ...... 65 t-2. Tyler Cannon-VA .... 64 t-2. Mike Freeman-CU .. 66 12 tied with 4 triple(s)

3B 3B/G 7 .11 5 .08 5 .08

HITS G H H/G 1. Dustin Ackley-NC ..... 66 111 1.68 2. Kyle Seager-NC........ 66 103 1.56 t-3. Ben Paulsen-CU..... 66 95 1.44 t-3. Tyler Holt-FS .......... 63 95 1.51 5. Jarrett Parker-VA ...... 65 94 1.45 6. Ben Bunting-NC........ 66 92 1.39 7. Stephen Cardullo-FS 62 89 1.44 t-8. Mike Freeman-CU .. 66 88 1.33 t-8. Dan Grovatt-VA ...... 64 88 1.38 10. Tony Plagman-GT .. 58 87 1.50 11. Steve Proscia-VA ... 64 86 1.37

BASE ON BALLS G 1. Tyler Holt-FS ................ 63 2. Brad Miller-CU .............. 66 3. Dustin Ackley-NC ......... 66 4. Kyle Seager-NC............ 66 5. Stephen Cardullo-FS .... 62 t-6. Jason Stidham-FS ...... 63 t-6. Stuart Tapley-FS ........ 63 t-8. Luke Murton-GT ......... 58 t-8. Jason Hagerty-UM ..... 60 2 tied with 42 walk(s)

BB BB/G 54 .86 53 .80 50 .76 45 .68 45 .73 44 .70 44 .70 43 .74 43 .72

STOLEN BASES G 1. Tyler Holt-FS ................ 63 2. Kyle Wilson-ST ............. 48 3. Phil Gosselin-VA........... 65 4. Jeff Rowland-GT........... 58 t-5. Stephen Cardullo-FS .. 62 t-5. Jarrett Parker-VA........ 65 t-7. Tyler Cannon-VA ........ 64 t-8. Austin Wates-VT ........ 47 t-8. Brad Miller-CU ............ 66 10. Robbie Anston-BC ...... 60

SB SB/G 34 .54 30 .63 24 .37 21 .36 20 .32 20 .31 17 .27 16 .34 16 .24 15 .25

TOTAL BASES G 1. Dustin Ackley-NC ......... 66 2. Jarrett Parker-VA .......... 65 3. Ben Paulsen-CU ........... 66 4. Tony Plagman-GT ........ 58 5. Kyle Seager-NC............ 66 6. Nate Freiman-DU ......... 59 7. Mike McGee-FS............ 60 8. Luke Murton-GT ........... 58 t-9. Jason Stidham-FS ...... 63 t-9. Stephen Cardullo-FS .. 62

TB 203 176 160 157 155 154 152 147 145 145

TB/G 3.08 2.71 2.42 2.71 2.35 2.61 2.53 2.53 2.30 2.34

SLUGGING PCT. G 1. Mike McGee-FS............ 60 2. Dustin Ackley-NC ......... 66 3. Luke Murton-GT ........... 58 4. Nate Freiman-DU ......... 59 5. Jarrett Parker-VA .......... 65 6. Jason Stidham-FS ........ 63 7. Tony Plagman-GT ........ 58 8. Jason Hagerty-UM........ 60 9. Ben Paulsen-CU ........... 66 10. Tony Sanchez-BC ...... 58

AB 198 266 206 219 265 223 246 200 259 228

SL% .768 .763 .714 .703 .664 .650 .638 .630 .618 .614

ON BASE PCT G 1. Tyler Holt-FS ................ 63 2. Dustin Ackley-NC ......... 66 3. Luke Murton-GT ........... 58 4. Mike McGee-FS............ 60 5. Kyle Seager-NC............ 66 6. Stephen Cardullo-FS .... 62 7. Steve Domecus-VT ...... 40 8. Jason Stidham-FS ........ 63 9. Nate Freiman-DU ......... 59 10. Chris Herrmann-UM ... 60

AB 237 266 206 198 262 237 143 223 219 214

OB% .520 .512 .496 .494 .487 .479 .477 .465 .463 .458


2009 Statistics WINS

G

W

L

1. Sean Gilmartin -FS .........................18

12

3

2. Deck McGuire-GT...........................16

11

2

3. Adam Warren-NC ...........................17

10

2

t-4. Danny Hultzen-VA ........................17

9

1

t-4. Andrew Carraway-VA ...................18

9

2

t-4. Tyler Wilson-VA............................31

9

3

t-7. Andrew Wolcott-DU ......................14

8

3

t-7. Alex White-NC ..............................16

8

4

7 tied with 7 victory(s) SAVES

G

Sv

1. Kyle Bellamy-UM .......................................... 30

16

2. Kevin Arico-VA ............................................. 31

11

3. Jimmy Marshall-FS ....................................... 28

10

4. Mike Belfiore-BC........................................... 25

9

t-5. Alex Hassan-DU ......................................... 16

8

t-5. Mark Pope-GT ............................................ 25

8

7. Dan Gentzler-MD.......................................... 28

7

8. Colin Bates-NC ............................................. 34

6

4 tied with 4 save(s) COMPLETE GAMES

App

GS

CG

W-L

t-1. Sean Gilmartin-FS ..................18

15

2

12-3

t-1. Andrew Wolcott-DU ................14

13

2

8-3

t-1. Jake Buchanan-ST .................16

10

2

2-6

8 tied with 1 complete game(s) SHUTOUTS

G

GS

t-1. Pat Dean-BC ...............................18

15

SHO 1

t-1. Alex White-NC .............................16

16

1

t-1. David Gutierrez-UM.....................16

13

1

STRIKEOUTS .....................................G

SO

SO/G

1. Alex White-NC ................................16

121

10.18

2. Deck McGuire-GT...........................16

118

10.58

3. Danny Hultzen-VA ..........................17

107

10.1

4. Adam Warren-NC ...........................17

103

9.46

5. Chris Dwyer-CU..............................17

95

9.94

6. Chris Hernandez-UM ......................15

93

9.23

t-7. Pat Dean-BC ................................18

90

8.5

t-7. Brian Moran-NC ...........................36

90

12.21

9. Casey Harman-CU .........................22

89

9.24

10. Robert Morey-VA ..........................18

84

11.17

Earned Run Average Player, School GS 1. Danny Hultzen-VA ...........................17 2. Brian Moran-NC ..............................36 3. Andrew Wolcott-DU .........................14 4. Tyler Wilson-VA...............................31 5. Pat Dean-BC ...................................18 6. Adam Warren-NC ............................17 7. Robert Morey-VA.............................18 8. Sean Gilmartin-FS ...........................18 9. Deck McGuire-GT ...........................16 10. Jimmy Gillheeney-ST ......................13 11. Alex White-NC .................................16 12. Casey Harman-CU ..........................22 13. Justin Wright-VT ..............................12 14. Andrew Carraway-VA ......................18 15. Brian Busch-FS ...............................19 16. Mike McGee-FS ..............................15 17. Rhett Ballard-VT ..............................17 18. Austin Stadler-WF ...........................13 19. David Gutierrez-UM.........................16 20. Brandon Cumpton-GT .....................13

H AVG.

ERA 16 0 13 2 15 16 9 15 16 13 16 13 12 14 13 13 15 9 13 12

BAvg 2.17 2.31 2.77 2.97 3.3 3.31 3.33 3.49 3.5 3.86 3.87 3.95 3.95 3.96 3.97 4.04 4.05 4.13 4.38 4.76

Avg .327 .321 .319 .315 .313 .304 .300 .299 .294 .284 .281 .265

Pitching ............................... G 1. Virginia............................ 65 2. Clemson ......................... 66 3. North Carolina ................ 66 4. Florida State ................... 63 5, Georgia Tech .................. 58 6. Boston College ............... 60 7. Miami .............................. 60 8. Duke ............................... 59 9. NC State ......................... 56 1. Virginia Tech................... 53 11. Maryland ....................... 54 12. Wake Forest ................. 52

ERA BAvg 3.23 .239 3.68 .253 3.73 .244 4.58 .256 4.65 .267 4.65 .278 4.71 .259 4.83 .267 5.16 .272 5.18 .287 5.93 .293 7.3 .329 G

G

AB

1. Alex White-NC ................................16

1. Brian Moran-NC........................36

239

47

.197

2. Deck McGuire-GT...........................16

2. Robert Morey-VA ......................18

248

52

.210

t-3. Sean Gilmartin-FS ........................18

3. Sean Gilmartin-FS ....................18

367

81

.221

t-3. Adam Warren-NC ........................17

4. Geoff Parker-FS .......................31

236

54

.229

5. Deck McGuire-GT.....................16

370

86

.232

t-6. Pat Dean-BC ................................18

6. Alex White-NC ..........................16

399

93

.233

t-6. Danny Hultzen-VA ........................17

5. JB MacDonald-BC ..........................15

OBpct .401 .432 .405 .411 .403 .382 .379 .387 .394 .364 .368 .371

IP

2B 138 163 138 111 125 151 118 122 122 98 107 99

3B 28 16 13 16 28 8 17 16 6 5 12 10

IP 583 594.1 595.2 551.2 515 549.1 531 516.2 504.1 468.2 469 457.1

H 516 569 547 532 533 597 522 528 540 547 553 631

R 239 279 287 355 319 334 320 315 358 333 349 454

ER 209 243 247 281 266 284 278 277 289 270 309 371

BB 190 203 264 303 234 222 206 238 230 191 215 242

SO CG 593 0 548 1 661 1 468 2 523 0 460 2 479 1 427 2 469 2 428 2 384 1 350 0

BB 260 386 221 276 315 219 202 312 297 197 229 295

HR ShO 41 5 60 4 50 3 64 0 53 3 51 3 56 3 54 1 34 3 55 2 54 0 67 0

SV 18 13 17 13 12 11 19 17 9 10 11 10

6.69

1. Brian Moran-NC........................36

0

7-1

2. Colin Bates-NC .........................34

0

4-4

6

98

5.44

t-3. Matt Packer-VA ......................32

4

3-5

3

98

5.76

t-3. Zach Brewster-GT ..................32

0

1-3

1

6.42

t-3. Nate Bayuk-BC.......................32

0

0-0

1

95.1

5.3

t-6. Geoff Parker-FS .....................31

5

6-2

1

95.1

5.61

t-6. Tyler Wilson-VA......................31

2

9-3

1

t-6. Kevin Arico-VA .......................31

0

2-3

11

t-9. Kyle Bellamy-UM ....................30

0

3-1

16

t-9. Ben Rowen-VT .......................30

0

4-2

4

8. Andrew Wolcott-DU .....................14

94.1

6.74

9. Andrew Carraway-VA ..................18

91

5.06

GS W-L

SO 453 475 400 412 444 399 304 417 422 385 359 468

6.27

96.1

App

RBI 468 496 380 479 447 380 341 421 367 308 300 325

107

.233

.237

HR 59 89 52 111 69 58 53 65 68 55 48 48

100.1

.234

57

SO 107 90 71 63 90 103 84 83 118 75 121 89 59 75 70 72 77 41 55 63

APPEARANCES

83

241

BB 28 8 21 21 16 39 28 37 41 34 44 16 17 22 35 42 38 19 31 22

IP/G

64

10 Tyler Wilson-VA.....................31

ER 23 17 29 22 35 36 25 38 39 35 46 38 29 40 40 31 36 24 35 34

H 767 691 608 658 733 649 605 687 586 522 522 516

356

.236

R 33 19 36 23 44 39 27 48 51 44 49 40 33 44 48 41 40 38 40 44

R 507 550 431 501 482 416 381 453 408 339 333 368

273

76

H 88 47 90 57 109 83 52 81 86 81 93 98 70 84 81 64 81 59 73 77

AB 2344 2152 1904 2090 2342 2134 2015 2295 1995 1841 1855 1945

8. Christopher Manno-DU.............14

322

L IP 1 95.1 1 66.1 3 94.1 3 66.2 4 95.1 2 98 0 67.2 3 98 2 100.1 5 81.2 4 107 3 86.2 2 66 2 91 2 90.2 2 69 4 80 5 52.1 6 72 3 64.1

Slug. .485 .536 .487 .543 .479 .464 .455 .451 .463 .432 .430 .401

7. Adam Warren-NC .....................17 9. Chris Dwyer-CU........................17

W 9 7 8 9 6 10 3 12 11 6 8 7 7 9 6 6 7 4 4 4

Team Leaders Batting G 1. Virginia.............................65 2. Florida State ....................63 3. Virginia Tech....................53 4. Georgia Tech ...................58 5. North Carolina .................66 6. Boston College ................60 7. Duke ................................59 8. Clemson ..........................66 9. Miami ...............................60 10. Wake Forest ..................52 11. Maryland ........................54 12. NC State ........................56

INNINGS PITCHED OPP. BATTING AVERAGE

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Sv 4

2 tied with 90.2 inning(s) pitched

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BOSTON COLLEGE

2010 Schedule

Boston College Quick Facts Location ..................................... Chestnut Hill, Mass. Founded ........................................................ 1863 Enrollment ...................................................14,500 President ...........................Rev. William P. Leahy, S.J. Athletics Director ................................ Gene DeFilippo Nickname .................................................... Eagles Colors ...............................................Maroon & Gold Home Field ................. Eddie Pellagrini Diamond (1,000) Athletic Website ............................www.bceagles.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ............................Mik Aoki (Davidson, ’90) Assistant Coaches ................ Joe Hastings, Steve Englert and Jesse Woods

About the Eagles

MIK AOKI

2009 Overall Record......................................... 34-26 2009 Conference Record................... 13-15 (3rd-Atlantic) Lettermen Returning/Lost ....................................21/8 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost .......................................12/3 ACC Divisional Titles ..............................................0 ACC Titles ...........................................................0 ACC Championship Record .................................... 2-1 NCAA Tournament Appearances ............................... 10 NCAA Tournament Record .................................. 19-21

DAVIDSON ’90

BOSTON COLLEGE RECORD 84-80-1 (3 YEARS)

CAREER RECORD

171-220-1 (8 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

34-53 (3 YEARS)

2010 Boston College Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 38 39

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Name Pos Marc Perdios ................................. OF Brad Zapenas................................ INF Mike Sudol .................................... OF Garret Smith ................................. INF Robbie Anston ............................... OF Matt Hamlet .................................. INF Rob Moir ....................................... OF John Leonard ............................. RHP Anthony Melchionda..................... INF Jimmy Dowdell.............................. OF Andrew Lawrence .......................... OF Pat Dean ......................................LHP Philip Miclat.................................. INF Mickey Wiswall............................. INF Matt McGovern.............................. OF Anthony Italiano .............................. C Nate Bayuk ..................................LHP Mike Dennhardt .......................... RHP Geoff Oxley ................................. RHP Matt Watson .................................... C Andrew DelColle ......................... RHP Hunter Gordon............................ RHP Kyle Prohovich ...................... RHP/1B Chris Kowalski ............................ RHP Jim Laufer ....................................... C Matt Alvarez................................ RHP Dave Laufer ................................ RHP Dane Clemens ............................ RHP Spenser Payne............................... OF Kevin Moran ............................... RHP Taylor Lasko ............................... RHP Jay Jeannotte ............................. RHP John Spatola ............................OF/1B Matt Brazis ................................. RHP

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

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

Wt 183 177 170 202 181 167 204 197 177 180 187 175 150 207 175 175 184 205 211 200 220 210 234 233 205 185 209 209 200 205 182 190 181 194

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

Hometown Milton, Mass. Nashua, N.H. Franklin, N.J. Sterling, Mass. Odessa, Fla. Chesapeake, Va. Seymour, Conn. Hanover, Mass. Braintree, Mass. Palm Harbor, Fla. Richmond, Va. Naugatuck, Conn. Salisbury, N.C. Stoneham, Mass. Mamaroneck, N.Y. West Sayville, N.Y. Foxboro, Mass. Oradell, N.J. Evansville Ind. Portland, Maine Florham Park, N.J. Swampscott, Mass. Weston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Fair Haven, N.J. Cranbury, N.J. Fair Haven, N.J. Pelham, N.Y. Kirkland, Wash. Yarmouthport, Mass. Stratford, Conn. Narragansett, R.I. Milton, Mass. Tampa, Fla.

F19 at Tulane.......................7:30 pm F20 at Tulane.......................2:00 pm F21 at Tulane.......................2:00 pm F26 at Auburn ......................7:00 pm F27 vs. Fla. Atlantic ................Noon^ F28 vs. Missouri ....................Noon^ M5 at Florida Atlantic ............6:30 pm M6 at Florida Atlantic ............4:00 pm M7 at Florida Atlantic ............1:00 pm M9 at Fla. International ..........6:00 pm M10 at Fla. International ..........6:00 pm M12 at Miami ..................... 7:00 pm* M13 at Miami ..................... 7:00 pm* M14 at Miami ..................... 1:00 pm* M16 at Connecticut.................3:00 pm M17 at Bryant ......................3:30 pm M19 at Virginia ................... 6:00 pm* M20 at Virginia (ACC TV) .......... 1:00 pm* M21 at Virginia ................... 1:00 pm* M23 HARTFORD ....................3:00 pm M24 HOLY CROSS ..................3:00 pm M26 DUKE ......................... 2:30 pm* M27 DUKE ......................... 1:30 pm* M28 DUKE ......................... 1:00 pm* M30 at Northeastern ...............3:00 pm M31 at Rhode Island ...............3:30 pm A2 at Clemson .................. 6:30 pm* A3 at Clemson .................. 6:30 pm* A4 at Clemson .................12:05 pm* A7 BRYANT .......................3:00 pm A9 MARYLAND .................. 2:30 pm* A10 MARYLAND .................. 1:30 pm* A11 MARYLAND .................. 1:00 pm* A13 MASSACHUSETTS ............3:00 pm A14 Beanpot First Round ..............TBA A16 WAKE FOREST .............. 2:30 pm* A17 WAKE FOREST .............. 1:30 pm* A18 WAKE FOREST .............. 1:00 pm* A20 Beanpot Championship ...........TBA A21 Harvard........................3:00 pm A23 at NC State .................. 6:30 pm* A24 at NC State .................. 6:30 pm* A25 at NC State .................. 1:00 pm* A27 QUINNIPIAC ...................3:00 pm A28 at Dartmouth ..................3:00 pm A30 at Virginia Tech ............. 5:30 pm* M1 at Virginia Tech ............. 2:00 pm* M2 at Virginia Tech ............. 1:00 pm* M4 NORTHEASTERN ..............3:00 pm M7 FLORIDA STATE ............ 1:30 pm* M8 FLORIDA STATE ............ 1:30 pm* M9 FLORIDA STATE ............ 1:00 pm* M10 CONNECTICUT ................1:00 pm M18 ST. JOHN’S ....................3:00 pm M20 GEORGIA TECH ............. 1:30 pm* M21 GEORGIA TECH ............. 1:30 pm* M22 GEORGIA TECH ............ 1:00 pm * M20-26 ................ ACC Championship%

^ -at Auburn, Ala. * - denotes ACC game % - at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS


2009 Results F20 at Stetson..................................W, 8-7 F21 at Stetson...............................W, 14-10 at Stetson...................................W, 6-0 F22 at Stetson...................................W, 7-2 F26 vs. South Florida ........................W, 3-1 F27 vs. Bethune-Cookman ..............W, 10-5 F28 vs. Towson..............................L, 16-17 M1 vs. Samford ...........................W, 19-13 M3 at Florida Gulf Coast...................W, 7-6 M4 at Florida Gulf Coast....................L, 4-6 M6 *at Florida State ..........................L, 1-4 M7 *at Florida State .......................W, 14-6 M8 *at Florida State .......................W, 12-5 M13 *at Georgia Tech .........................L, 4-5 M17 at Northeastern.........................6-5 (12) M18 at Bryant .....................................L, 5-8 M20 *at Maryland ..............................W, 6-2 M21 *at Maryland ...............................L, 3-4 M22 *at Maryland ..............................W, 5-2 M24 at Hartford..................................W, 8-4 M25 at Holy Cross ..............................L, 2-8 M27 *CLEMSON ..............................W, 13-1 M28 *CLEMSON .................................L, 6-7 M29 *CLEMSON .................................L, 3-5 M31 NORTHEASTERN .....................W, 11-2 A1 at Connecticut ............................W, 5-4 A4 *NC STATE .................................L, 4-8 *NC STATE ................................W, 8-6 A5 *NC STATE ............................W, 11-10 A7 vs. UMass. .................................L, 2-5 A8 RHODE ISLAND .......................W, 10-0 A11 *at Wake Forest .......................W, 23-2 *at Wake Forest .........................W, 4-2 A12 *at Wake Forest ..........................L, 3-5 A13 vs. Harvard (Fenway Park) .........W, 9-5 A15 at Massachusetts ......................L, 8-12 A17 *VIRGINIA ..................................L, 3-8 A18 *VIRGINIA .................................W, 6-9 A19 *VIRGINIA ..................................L, 0-2 A21 BRYANT ...................................W, 16-8 A24 *at Duke*..................................L, 2-12 A25 *at Duke*....................................L, 2-9 A26 *at Duke................................... 7-6 (11) A28 QUINNIPIAC ...........................W, 13-10 A29 DARTMOUTH .............................W, 3-0 M1 *MIAMI .......................................L, 1-5 M2 *MIAMI .......................................L, 5-7 M3 *MIAMI ....................................W, 13-3 M9 LEMOYNE ..................................L, 4-5 M10 LEMOYNE ...............................W, 10-6 M12 CONNECTICUT ...........................L, 2-3 M14 *NORTH CAROLINA..................W, 3-1 M15 *NORTH CAROLINA...............L, 10-16 M16 *NORTH CAROLINA...................L, 1-8 ACC Championship M20 %Florida State.............................L, 2-7 M21 %Georgia Tech ..........................W, 7-3 M22 %Miami ...................................W, 10-1 NCAA Tournament (Austin, Texas) M29 Texas State ................................W, 8-7 M30 at Texas........................ ........L, 2-3 (25) M31 Army ...........................................L, 3-4 * denotes ACC game; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans .............1 ACC Player of the Year .................0 ACC Pitcher of the Year ................0 ACC Freshman of the Year.............0 ACC Coach of the Year .................0 All-ACC First Team .....................1 2000’s ...... 1

EAGLES Pat Dean

Mickey Wiswall

P • Junior• Naugatuck, Conn.

INF• Junior • Stoneham, Mass.

Leader On The Mound

Soaring Eagle

Left-hander Pat Dean led BC in wins with a 6-4 record in 2009 ... recorded an ERA of 3.30 in 95.1 innings of work ... allowed 44 runs - 35 earned - on 109 hits ... fanned a team-best 90 batters while walking only 16 ... ranked second in the ACC in home runs and walks allowed, fifth in ERA, sixth in innings pitched, seventh in strikeouts and caught-looking strikeouts, 10th in earned runs and 15th in runs ... named to the 2009 ACC All-Tournament Team and was voted ACC Pitcher of the Week once (May 4).

Mickey Wiswall was one of two Eagles to start all 60 games in 2009... All-ACC second team ... All-Northeast Region second team ... named Austin Regional All-Tournament and ACC AllTournament ... led Boston College with 14 homers, 63 RBI and 141 total bases ... RBI and hit (82) totals rank second in a season at BC and his 14 homers rank third ... slugged at a .551 clip and had an on-base percentage of .377 ... ranked seventh in the ACC in RBI, ninth in homers, 12th in total bases and 15th in hits.

2009 Boston College Stats (34-26, 13-15 3rd ACC Atlantic) Player AVG Tony Sanchez...................346 Robbie Anston ..................344 John Spatola.....................327 Barry Butera .....................326 Mickey Wiswall .................320 Andrew Lawrence .............317 Matt Hamlet ......................309 Garret Smith .....................295 Brad Zapenas ...................287 Harry Darling ....................280 Mike Belfiore .....................273 Mike Sudol ........................261 Mike Augustine .................214 Sam Shaughnessy ...........167 Anthony Melchionda .........162 Spenser Payne .................000 Kyle Prohovich..................000 Kevin Moran .....................000 Chris Kowalski ..................000 JB MacDonald ..................000

GP 58 60 42 57 60 51 50 39 52 34 59 53 17 6 21 5 1 1 1 3

GS 58 60 12 57 60 33 36 39 52 20 59 47 3 0 3 1 0 0 0 0

AB 228 247 55 215 256 120 136 149 188 75 231 153 28 6 37 6 2 1 1 0

R 63 55 12 37 48 22 33 26 32 11 44 25 1 1 4 1 0 0 0 1

H 79 85 18 70 82 38 42 44 54 21 63 40 6 1 6 0 0 0 0 0

2B 3B 19 0 22 3 1 0 9 4 17 0 14 0 8 0 8 0 12 0 5 0 17 1 15 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 14 1 4 4 14 3 0 1 0 0 11 5 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

RBI 51 30 12 34 63 19 11 25 26 13 62 22 4 1 7 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% 140 .614 116 .47 31 .564 99 .46 141 .551 61 .508 50 .368 55 .369 66 .351 26 .347 115 .498 70 .458 10 .357 2 .333 8 .216 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

Totals ................................304 60 60 2134 416 649 151 8 58 380 990 Opponents ........................278 60 60 2149 334 597 106 10 51 308 876 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Mike Belfiore ............... 2.05 5-1 25 0 0 0/0 9 Kevin Moran ............... 2.81 5-2 27 1 0 0/1 0 Nate Bayuk ................. 3.14 0-0 32 0 0 0/1 1 Pat Dean..................... 3.30 6-4 18 15 1 1/0 0 Dave Laufer ................ 3.63 1-0 22 0 0 0/1 0 JB MacDonald ............ 4.86 5-7 15 15 1 0/0 0 Mike Dennhardt .......... 4.86 5-2 16 10 0 0/1 0 Chris Kowalski ............ 5.10 4-1 28 0 0 0/0 0 Garret Smith ............... 5.40 0-0 5 0 0 0/1 0 Matt Brazis.................. 5.60 1-0 23 0 0 0/1 0 Geoff Oxley................. 5.87 0-0 9 0 0 0/1 0 John Leonard.............. 7.09 1-5 14 12 0 0/0 1 Matt O’Brien................ 7.29 1-1 17 1 0 0/1 0 Taylor Lasko ............... 8.31 0-2 9 5 0 0/1 0 Dane Clemens ............ 9.00 0-1 5 1 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 4.65 34-26 Opponents .................. 5.73 26-34

60 60 60 60

2 1

BB HBP 30 12 32 12 6 1 19 10 17 7 8 7 23 0 8 6 12 3 9 2 36 3 15 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.464 219 .408 222

IP H R 48.1 44 15 51.1 50 22 14.1 15 5 95.1 109 44 17.1 14 9 96.1 96 58 53.2 51 35 30.0 29 18 5.0 3 3 17.2 20 16 7.2 8 6 66.0 90 52 21.0 28 18 17.1 27 21 8.0 13 12

3/2 11 549.1 597 334 1/1 13 546.2 649 416

SO GDP 40 6 44 5 8 2 49 5 54 2 27 2 18 4 19 1 26 1 18 0 37 2 35 3 13 0 3 0 6 4 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

67 399 36 460

OB% SF SH SB ATT .443 3 2 1 5 .436 5 5 15 18 .403 0 1 1 1 .404 1 10 6 14 .377 1 1 5 8 .387 2 11 2 7 .404 2 12 5 5 .349 3 8 1 3 .337 2 12 2 4 .364 2 2 0 0 .375 2 3 1 2 .335 4 5 1 3 .267 0 0 0 0 .286 0 0 0 0 .162 0 0 1 1 .143 0 0 0 1 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0

37 .382 27 72 41 34 .352 22 42 39

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 11 12 59 8 0 2 16 26 36 8 0 2 5 9 13 2 0 0 35 16 90 14 4 4 7 12 16 4 0 2 52 32 71 22 1 13 29 26 45 12 3 2 17 19 21 5 0 2 3 6 6 0 0 1 11 7 21 1 1 1 5 9 5 0 0 0 52 25 50 17 1 13 17 6 7 4 0 4 16 10 14 5 0 5 8 7 6 4 0 0

PO A E FLD% 391 55 6 .987 139 3 3 .979 66 3 2 .972 108 33 8 .946 47 106 13 .922 51 1 1 .981 44 47 0 1.000 53 108 9 .947 81 160 11 .956 65 11 0 1.000 492 44 6 .989 53 1 2 .964 5 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 1.000 5 18 1 .958 2 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 .000 3 10 1 .929 2 6 1 .889 15 14 1 .967

72 1648 670 68 66 1640 701 77

.972 .968

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 186 .237 1 0 0 0 2 194 .258 7 5 1 1 8 51 .294 1 1 1 3 2 388 .281 6 3 0 2 4 62 .226 1 2 0 2 0 371 .259 8 8 0 3 5 205 .249 6 3 0 2 4 109 .266 2 0 1 3 5 17 .176 0 0 0 0 0 71 .282 3 1 0 0 1 31 .258 3 1 0 1 0 265 .340 5 4 3 2 7 90 .311 2 5 0 1 0 72 .375 0 3 0 1 3 37 .351 1 0 0 1 1

284 222 460 106 10 51 2149 348 219 399 151 8 58 2134

.278 46 .304 65

36 6 22 67 10 27

42 72

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BOSTON COLLEGE Boston College (1954-2005) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach Johnny Temple Johnny Temple Johnny Temple Johnny Temple Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Bob Cunis Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Eddie Pellagrini Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Richard Maloney Pete Hughes Pete Hughes Pete Hughes Pete Hughes Pete Hughes Pete Hughes Pete Hughes

W 9 12 9 5 7 12 15 18 12 13 11 10 13 14 14 11 13 11 9 8 15 13 10 17 14 6 8 11 13 11 7 12 14 13 15 20 21 23 18 22 14 21 15 20 17 26 35 29 30 33 32 37

L 6 6 6 10 10 4 6 6 10 6 8 9 5 5 9 10 8 12 14 14 9 12 13 10 10 18 15 12 12 9 17 22 23 21 16 17 22 19 17 14 23 24 27 23 23 21 20 22 25 21 27 20

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

Boston College Coaching Records Pct. .600 .667 .600 .344 .412 .750 .714 .750 .545 .684 .579 .526 .722 .705 .609 .524 .619 .478 .391 .370 .620 .520 .435 .630 .580 .250 .348 .478 .520 .550 .292 .353 .378 .382 .484 .541 .489 .548 .514 .611 .385 .467 .357 .465 .427 .552 .636 .569 .545 .611 .542 .649

PostSeason 0-1

*3-2 *5-3 0-2 0-2

Overall 28-25-1 24-27-1 26-27-0 34-26-0

ACC 9-21-0 12-17-0 9-21-0 13-15-0

* denotes competed in College World Series

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Finish 5th-A 5th-A T5th-A 3rd-A

ACC Trn. x x x 2-1

Seasons W 1946-1949 ..............................62 1950-1957 ..............................84 1958-1968, 1970-1988 .........359 1969........................................11 1989-1998 ............................191 1999-2006 ............................250 2007-2009 ..............................84

L 19 58 345 10 209 181 80

T 0 1 6 0 4 2 1

Pct. .765 .591 .510 .524 .478 .580 .512

Seasons W 2007-2009 ..............................34 2006..........................................9

L 53 21

T 0 0

Pct. .391 .300

Seasons W 2009..........................................2

L 1

T 0

Pct. .667

Seasons W 1953, 1955................................4 1960-1963, 1966-1967 ...........14 2009..........................................1 1949..........................................0

L 3 14 2 2

T 0 0 0 0

Pct. .571 .500 .333 .000

ACC Games Only 1-1 *5-4

Coach Years Mik Aoki ...................3 Pete Hughes ............1

ACC Tournament Coach Years Mik Aoki ...................1

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Johnny Temple ........2 Eddie Pellagrini........6 Mik Aoki ...................1 Fred Maguire ...........1

Boston College in the ACC (2006-2009) Year 2006 2007 2008 2009

Career Records Coach Years Fred Maguire ...........4 Johnny Temple ........8 Eddie Pellagrini......30 Bob Cunis ................1 Richard Maloney....10 Pete Hughes ............8 Mik Aoki ...................3

PostSeason

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CLEMSON Clemson Quick Facts Location ............................................. Clemson, S.C. Founded .........................................................1889 Enrollment ................................................... 18,317 President ..........................................James F. Barker Athletics Director .............................Dr. Terry Don Phillips Nickname ..................................................... Tigers Colors .............................. Clemson Orange and Regalia Stadium ......................Doug Kingsmore Stadium (6,217) Athletic Website ...................... www.clemsontigers.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ............................ Jack Leggett (Maine ’76) Associate Head Coach .............................. Tom Riginos Assistant Coaches ............Dan Pepicelli, Michael Johnson

About the Tigers

JACK LEGGETT

2009 Overall Record..........................................44-22 2009 Conference Record................... 19-11 (2nd-Atlantic) Lettermen Returning/Lost ................................... 20/13 Starters Returning/Lost ......................................... 8/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................... 10/8 ACC Divisional Titles .............................................. 1 ACC Titles ..........................................................14 ACC Championship Record ..................................99-57 NCAA Tournament Appearances ................................34 NCAA Tournament Record ................................. 101-73

MAINE ’76

CLEMSON RECORD

724-331-1 (16 YEARS)

CAREER RECORD

1,101-621-1 (30 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

269-141-1 (16 YEARS)

2010 Clemson Roster # 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 11 12 13 15 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 26 28 29 30 32 33 36 37 39 40 42 44 47 51

Name Pos Jason Stolz ................................... INF Jeff Schaus.................................... OF John Hinson ................................. INF Mike Freeman ............................... INF Dominic Leone ........................... RHP Richie Shaffer .......................INF/RHP Phil Pohl .......................................... C Kyle Parker ...............................OF/1B Wilson Boyd .................................. OF Brad Miller .................................... INF Mike Kent ................................... RHP John Nester ................................C/1B Addison Johnson........................... OF Kevin Brady ................................ RHP Scott Firth................................... RHP Seth Neely .................................... INF Spencer Kieboom ............................ C Justin Sarratt .............................. RHP Chris Epps ..................................... OF Jonathan Meyer .......................... RHP David Haselden........................... RHP Will Lamb .............................. LHP/OF Kevin Kyle....................................LHP Scott Weismann ......................... RHP Casey Harman .............................LHP Kevin Caughman .......................... INF Alex Frederick ............................. RHP J.T. Wauford............................... RHP Josh Thrailkill ............................. RHP Tomas Cruz ................................ RHP Marcus Curry................................... C Joseph Moorefield .......................LHP

BT R/R L/R L/R L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R L/L L/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/R R/R R/R L/L L/L R/R L/L R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R R/R L/L

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

Wt 195 195 175 185 175 190 205 200 175 185 195 205 170 190 160 190 220 180 185 160 225 175 160 190 200 155 180 170 195 195 210 215

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

Hometown Marietta, Ga. Naples, Fla. Asheville, N.C. Orlando, Fla. Norwich, Conn. Charlotte, N.C. Cooperstown, NY. Jacksonville, Fla. Hickory, N.C. Windermere, Fla. Springfield, Va. Greer, S.C. Pfafftown, N.C. Gaithersburg, Md. Buffalo Grove, Ill. Rock Hill, S.C. Marietta, Ga. Gaffney, S.C. Stone Mountain, Ga. San Diego, Calif. Spartanburg, S.C. Seaford, Va. Atlanta, Ga. Boxborough, Mass. South Burlingon, Vt. Martinez, Ga. Lagrangeville, N.Y. Midlothian, Va. Arden, N,C. Amarillo, Texas Nichols, S.C. Woodruff, S.C.

2010 Schedule F19 MIAMI (OH) ................4:00 pm F20 vs. Michigan State ....... 1:00 pm^ F21 FURMAN .................... 2:00 pm F26 WRIGHT STATE ............ 4:00 pm F27 WRIGHT STATE ............ 2:00 pm F28 WRIGHT STATE ............ 1:00 pm M3 DAYTON .................... 4:00 pm M5 SOUTH CAROLINA......... 6:30 pm M6 vs. South Carolina ....... 2:00 pm^ M7 at South Carolina.......... 2:00 pm M10 GARDNER-WEBB .......... 4:00 pm M12 NC STATE .................. 4:00 pm* M13 NC STATE .................. 2:00 pm* M14 NC STATE .................. 1:00 pm* M16 at Charlotte................. 6:00 pm M17 GEORGIA SOUTHERN ..... 6:30 pm M19 VIRGINIA TECH ........... 6:30 pm* M20 VIRGINIA TECH .......... 6:30 pm* M21 VIRGINIA TECH ........... 1:00 pm* M23 ELON ........................ 6:30 pm M24 ELON ........................ 6:30 pm M26 at Virginia ................. 6:00 pm* M27 at Virginia ................ 4:00 pm* M28 at Virginia ................ 1:00 pm* M31 COASTAL CAROLINA ......6:30 pm A2 BOSTON COLLEGE ...... 6:30 pm* A3 BOSTON COLLEGE ...... 6:30 pm* A4 BOSTON COLLEGE ..... 12:05 pm* A6 at Georgia ..................6:30 pm A7 GEORGIA ...................6:30 pm A9 at Duke..................... 6:00 pm* A10 at Duke..................... 2:00 pm* A11 at Duke.................... 1:00 pm* A14 WESTERN CAROLINA ..... 6:30 pm A16 at Georgia Tech .......... 7:00 pm* A17 at Georgia Tech (ACC TV) .. 1:00 pm* A18 at Georgia Tech .......... 1:00 pm* A21 USC UPSTATE.............. 6:30 pm A23 NORTH CAROLINA ....... 6:30 pm* A24 NORTH CAROLINA ....... 6:30 pm* A25 NORTH CAROLINA ....... 1:00 pm* M1 FLORIDA GULF COAST ... 6:30 pm M2 FLORIDA GULF COAST ... 6:30 pm M3 FLORIDA GULF COAST ...6:30 pm M4 FLORIDA GULF COAST ... 6:30 pm M7 at Maryland ............... 6:00 pm* M8 at Maryland ............... 1:00 pm* M9 at Maryland ............... 1:00 pm* M11 vs. Furman ............... 7:00 pm^ M14 at Wake Forest ........... 6:00 pm* M15 at Wake Forest ........... 6:00 pm* M16 at Wake Forest ........... 1:00 pm* M18 PRESBYTERIAN............ 6:30 pm M20 FLORIDA STATE .......... 6:30 pm* M21 FLORIDA STATE .......... 6:30 pm* M22 FLORIDA STATE (ACC TV) . 1:00 pm* M26-30 ............ACC Championship% * ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. ^ at Fluor Field; Greenville, S.C. Home games in ALL CAPS

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2009 Results F20 F21 F22 F25 F28 M3 M4 M6

M7 M8 M10 M11 M13 M15 M17 M18 M20

CHARLOTTE ...............................W, 8-3 CHARLOTTE ...............................W, 4-0 CHARLOTTE........................W, 6-5 (10) WOFFORD ..................................W, 8-2 S. CAROLINA ..............................L, 1-3 FURMAN...............................L, 2-4 (14) UNC ASHEVILLE ......................W, 17-2

TIGERS Mike Freeman

Jeff Schaus

2B• Senior •Orlando, Fla.

OF• Junior • Naples, Fla.

*at North Carolina.................... W, 5-4 (10)

*at North Carolina .......................L, 2-5 *at North Carolina .......................L, 8-9 MICHIGAN STATE ...................W, 15-2 ^Michigan State .........................W, 6-1 *WAKE FOREST .........................W, 4-1 *WAKE FOREST .........................W, 6-1 *WAKE FOREST .........................W, 7-3 PRESBYTERIAN .........................W, 8-0 USC UPSTATE..........................W, 14-0 *at Florida State ..........................L, 2-5

M21 *at Florida State...................... W, 8-7 (11)

M22 *at Florida State ..........................L, 4-7 M24 ELON..........................................W, 5-3 ELON..........................................W, 8-7 M27 *at Boston College ....................L, 1-13 M28 *at Boston College .....................W, 7-6 *at Boston College .....................W, 5-3 M31 at Georgia ....................................L, 5-6 A1 GEORGIA ....................................L, 2-4 A3 *DUKE .......................................W, 7-3 A4 *DUKE ......................................L, 7-10 A5 *DUKE .....................................W, 10-1 A7 at South Carolina ........................L, 6-7 A8 SOUTH CAROLINA .....................W, 7-5 A11 *MIAMI .....................................L, 8-12 *MIAMI ......................................W, 9-1 A12 *MIAMI ......................................W, 9-6 A14 at Western Carolina..................W, 11-1 A15 WESTERN CAROLINA ..............W, 13-2 A17 *at Virginia Tech .........................L, 2-5 A18 *at Virginia Tech .........................L, 3-7 A19 *at Virginia Tech ........................W, 8-1 A21 COASTAL CAROLINA .................W, 5-3 A22 at South Carolina .....................W, 12-2 A24 *GEORGIA TECH .........................L, 4-5 A25 *GEORGIA TECH ........................W, 8-5 A26 *GEORGIA TECH ........................W, 6-3 M2 *MARYLAND ...........................W, 11-2 M3 *MARYLAND .............................W, 7-4 *MARYLAND ..............................L, 6-8 M8 UNC WILMINGTON ..... . ...........W, 13-2 M9 UNC WILMINGTON ..... . ...........W, 11-3 M10 UNC WILMINGTON ..... . ..............L, 3-4 M11 ^Furman.....................................W, 8-5 M12 Charleston..................................W, 5-2 M14 *at NC State ..............................W, 13-8 M15 *at NC State .............................W, 11-5 M16 *at NC State ..............................W, 5-4 ACC Championship M21 %Virginia ....................................L, 5-6 M22 %Duke ......................................L, 4-10 M23 %North Carolina..................W, 4-3 (11) NCAA Tournament (Clemson, S.C.) M29 TENNESSEE TECH......................W, 5-4 M30 OKLAHOMA STATE .....................L, 2-3 M31 TENNESSEE TECH....................W, 10-0 M31 OKLAHOMA STATE ..................W, 15-1 J1 OKLAHOMA STATE ....................W, 6-5 NCAA Super Regional (Tempe, Arizona) J6 at Arizona State ...........................L, 4-7 J7 at Arizona State ...........................L, 2-8 % Durham Bulls Athletic Park; ^at Fluor Field, Greenville, S.C.; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ..............35 ACC Player of the Year ..................11 ACC Pitcher of the Year .................. 0 ACC Freshman of the Year............... 2 ACC Coach of the Year ................... 5 All-ACC First Team .................... 124 1950’s .........6 1980’s .......22 1960’s ....... 22 1990’s .......23 1970’s ....... 34 2000’s .......17

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Terrific Tiger

Model Of Consistency

Jeff Schaus earned first-team All-ACC honors in 2009 after playing a big part in the Tigers’ drive to a second-place Atlantic Division finish and NCAA berth .... Hit .320 with 14 home runs and 50 RBIs while starting 65 games ... That came on the heels of a freshman season (2008) that saw the Florida native hit .315 and drive in 39 runs while making 58 starts ... Schaus tied for the team-lead in homers, was second in slugging percentage (.543), third in RBIs and had two of the Tigers’ four walkoff hits .in 2009.

A Tiger co-captain in 2009, Mike Freeman hit .328 and started all 66 games at second base ... One of only three Clemson players to start every game, Freeman had 60 runs, 16 doubles, five triples, four homers, 44 RBIs, and 11 stolen bases ... In 10 postseason games, he led Clemson with a .400 batting average and was named to the Clemson Regional All-Tournament team while going 11-for-22 (.500) with seven RBIs and six runs in five games ... Freeman, who began his collegiate baseball career at Georgia, hit .332 while starting 52 games for the Tigers in 2008.

2009 Clemson Stats (44-22, 19-11 2nd ACC Atlantic) Player AVG Ben Paulsen .....................367 Wilson Boyd......................341 Mike Freeman...................328 Jeff Schaus .......................320 Jason Stolz .......................315 John Nester ......................304 Chris Epps ........................297 Matt Sanders ....................295 Will Lamb ..........................268 Brad Miller ........................273 Kyle Parker .......................255 Richard Mounce ...............238 Addison Johnson ..............217 Phil Pohl ...........................194 Adam Ward.......................167 Ryan Hinson .....................000 Stan Widmann ..................000

GP 66 52 66 66 55 57 56 49 28 66 63 26 50 40 10 2 1

GS 66 49 66 65 42 46 29 31 11 66 60 7 36 20 0 0 0

AB 259 182 268 247 143 168 128 122 56 238 231 42 138 67 6 0 0

R 56 35 60 60 29 25 32 14 8 49 48 1 25 9 2 0 0

H 95 62 88 79 45 51 38 36 15 65 59 10 30 13 1 0 0

2B 3B 18 4 15 3 16 5 14 1 7 0 11 0 6 2 5 0 3 0 6 1 7 0 4 0 6 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 13 3 4 13 1 5 4 3 0 3 12 1 2 1 0 0 0

RBI 61 46 44 50 21 33 27 20 6 36 52 8 14 3 0 0 0

TB SLG% 160 .618 92 .505 126 .470 134 .543 55 .385 77 .458 60 .469 50 .410 18 .321 82 .345 102 .442 17 .405 42 .304 20 .299 1 .167 0 .000 0 .000

Totals ................................299 66 66 2295 453 687 122 16 65 421 1036 Opponents ........................253 66 66 2246 279 569 87 14 60 250 864 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Scott Weismann ......... 1.23 3-1 17 3 0 0/2 1 Kevin Brady ................ 1.69 0-0 4 3 0 0/1 0 Will Lamb .................... 2.45 0-0 15 1 0 0/1 1 Craig Gullickson ......... 2.45 1-0 9 0 0 0/1 0 Kyle Deese ................. 2.70 0-0 7 0 0 0/1 0 Matt Vaughn ............... 2.80 4-1 22 0 0 0/1 4 Josh Thrailkill .............. 3.00 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Tomas Cruz ................ 3.33 2-3 24 0 0 0/1 4 Trey Delk .................... 3.44 4-1 11 11 0 0/0 0 Graham Stoneburner .. 3.52 7-4 20 7 0 0/1 1 Alex Frederick............. 3.72 1-0 6 0 0 0/0 0 Ryan Hinson ............... 3.76 2-1 28 2 0 0/1 0 Casey Harman............ 3.95 7-3 22 13 0 0/0 1 Clinton McKinney........ 4.30 4-0 13 0 0 0/0 0 David Haselden .......... 4.58 1-0 7 2 0 0/1 0 Chris Dwyer ................ 4.92 5-6 17 17 1 0/1 0 Justin Sarratt .............. 5.10 3-2 16 7 0 0/1 1 Richard Mounce ......... 7.94 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 3.68 44-22 Opponents .................. 6.12 22-44

66 66 66 66

1 1

IP 36.2 10.2 22.0 11.0 6.2 35.1 3.0 46.0 49.2 64.0 9.2 38.1 86.2 23.0 17.2 86.0 42.1 5.2

H 26 9 22 4 3 37 2 32 53 70 11 33 98 23 21 76 41 8

BB HBPSO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% 33 2 39 3 .435 5 3 3 4 552 32 8 .986 24 1 22 2 .418 1 3 5 5 83 1 1 .988 42 2 43 9 .414 7 4 11 16 122 197 7 .979 42 5 29 5 .424 3 1 9 14 77 4 2 .976 16 4 26 4 .399 0 6 7 10 22 75 4 .960 9 0 36 5 .333 3 4 1 1 345 31 5 .987 25 3 32 2 .415 3 2 9 11 12 1 1 .929 7 1 19 2 .336 1 3 1 1 13 39 8 .867 4 0 10 2 .317 0 0 4 5 21 3 1 .960 53 2 35 1 .405 3 5 16 21 104 166 23 .922 29 7 52 9 .349 5 3 6 6 81 1 2 .976 2 0 18 0 .273 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1.000 14 5 40 1 .310 1 5 9 12 114 2 4 .967 10 5 15 0 .341 0 2 0 0 192 15 5 .976 2 0 1 0 .375 0 0 0 0 4 1 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 .800 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000

.451 312 37 417 45 .387 32 41 81 106 1783 657 84 .385 203 41 548 60 .324 19 36 58 80 1726 673 88 R 6 2 6 6 3 15 1 19 21 29 5 20 40 12 10 52 27 5

4/4 13 594.1 569 279 0/0 11 575.1 687 453

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 5 15 28 6 1 1 2 5 8 0 1 0 6 8 15 0 2 2 3 9 10 1 0 1 2 9 7 1 0 0 11 11 24 6 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 17 16 39 7 0 5 19 22 41 8 1 3 25 19 71 8 3 2 4 4 8 4 0 1 16 18 47 4 0 3 38 16 89 16 0 14 11 8 22 6 2 1 9 1 16 4 0 3 47 33 95 7 4 11 24 9 26 9 0 10 5 0 1 0 0 1

.967 .965

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 126 .206 2 1 0 0 0 40 .225 1 3 0 0 0 86 .256 1 5 1 0 1 36 .111 0 1 0 0 0 22 .136 1 0 0 0 0 132 .280 0 2 0 2 4 10 .200 0 0 0 0 0 164 .195 6 3 1 2 4 195 .272 5 2 0 1 2 247 .283 6 3 1 1 8 38 .289 1 0 0 1 0 145 .228 3 6 3 0 0 347 .282 5 4 4 1 7 82 .280 1 1 1 2 1 70 .300 1 1 0 1 1 322 .236 3 9 1 5 6 160 .256 1 0 0 3 2 24 .333 0 0 0 0 0

243 203 548 87 14 60 2246 391 312 417 122 16 65 2295

.253 37 .299 53

41 12 19 37 8 32

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CLEMSON Clemson in the ACC Year Overall 1954....................... 14-10-0 1955......................... 7-11-0 1956......................... 4-14-2 1957......................... 6-12-0 1958......................... 22-8-0 1959......................... 24-8-0 1960....................... 11-10-1 1961....................... 12-11-0 1962......................... 17-8-0 1963....................... 15-11-0 1964....................... 13-13-0 1965....................... 18-10-2 1966......................... 20-7-2 1967......................... 29-9-0 1968....................... 27-14-0 1969....................... 27-17-2 1970....................... 32-16-0 1971....................... 27-14-0 1972....................... 19-15-0 1973....................... 24-16-0 1974....................... 23-15-0 1975....................... 33-10-0 1976....................... 36-15-0 1977....................... 42-10-0 1978....................... 39-14-0 1979....................... 40-15-0 1980....................... 38-21-0 1981....................... 34-24-0 1982....................... 37-22-0 1983....................... 30-20-1 1984....................... 38-17-0 1985....................... 36-30-1 1986....................... 42-21-0 1987....................... 54-14-1 1988....................... 54-14-0 1989....................... 50-20-0 1990....................... 43-23-0 1991....................... 60-10-0 1992....................... 50-14-0 1993....................... 45-20-0 1994....................... 57-18-0 1995....................... 54-14-0 1996....................... 51-17-0 1997....................... 41-23-0 1998....................... 43-16-0 1999....................... 42-27-0 2000....................... 51-18-0 2001....................... 41-22-0 2002....................... 54-17-0 2003....................... 39-22-0 2004....................... 39-26-0 2005....................... 43-23-0 2006....................... 53-16-0 2007....................... 41-23-0 2008....................... 31-27-1 2009....................... 44-22-0

ACC 8-4-0 5-9-0 2-10-2 3-11-0 12-3-0 11-3-0 7-6-0 6-8-0 8-6-0 9-5-0 6-7-0 9-5-0 9-4-0 11-2-0 11-7-0 12-8-1 14-8-0 10-5-0 6-7-0 10-2-0 10-1-0 10-2-0 10-2-0 9-1-0 10-2-0 10-1-0 6-5-0 10-4-0 10-2-0 6-5-0 12-2-0 9-4-0 9-4-0 16-5-0 18-2-0 13-5-0 14-6-0 18-3-0 19-5-0 11-11-0 20-4-0 20-4-0 17-7-0 13-10-0 14-9-0 13-10-0 17-7-0 17-7-0 16-8-0 15-9-0 14-10-0 21-9-0 24-6-0 18-12-0 11-18-1 19-11-0

Finish 1st 7th 7th 8th 1st 1st 4th 5th T3rd T2nd T4th 2nd 2nd 1st 4th 3rd 2nd 2nd 5th T1st 1st T1st 1st 1st 1st 1st 3rd T1st 1st 3rd T1st T1st 3rd 2nd 1st 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 5th 1st 1st 2nd 4th T2nd 3rd 2nd 2nd 4th T3rd T4th 2nd 1st-A 2nd-A 4th-A 2nd-A

Clemson Coaching Records ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 2-2 3-2 2-2 3-0 2-2 3-0 x 4-0 5-1 2-2 4-2 2-2 3-2 2-2 3-2 3-2 5-0 2-2 5-0 4-2 5-1 4-1 4-2 2-2 3-2 0-2 3-2 3-2 1-2 3-2 0-2 2-2 2-2 4-1 2-1 1-2 1-2

PostSeason 0-2

*5-3 *4-2

3-2

0-2 *4-2 *4-3 1-2 2-2 *3-2 0-2

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

Career Records Coach Years RTV Bowman ..........2 Unknown..................2 John Heisman..........3 J.W. McMakin ..........3 F. Shaughnessy.......1 Robert Lynch ...........1 Jesse Reynolds .......1 Joe Holland..............1 Frank Dobson ..........3 Coach Robertson.....1 Carl “Vet” Sitton .......2 Country Morris .........2 Edward Donahue .....2 Larry Conover ..........1 L.V.H. Durfee ...........3 Thomas May ............1 Cul Richards ............1 Tink Gillam...............1 Joe Guyon ...............4 Jess Neely ...............7 Randy Hinson ..........4 Tom Rogers .............2 Frank Howard ..........1 Walter Cox ...............5 Bob Smith ................6 Bill Wilhelm ............36 Jack Leggett ..........16

Seasons W 1896, 1898................................2 1899-1900 ..............................12 1901-1903 ..............................28 1904-1906 ..............................20 1907..........................................9 1908..........................................6 1909........................................10 1910........................................10 1911-1913 ..............................37 1914........................................16 1915-1916 ..............................26 1917, 1920..............................17 1918-1919 ..............................17 1921..........................................5 1922-1924 ..............................28 1925........................................11 1926..........................................8 1927........................................11 1928-1931 ..............................42 1932-1938 ..............................68 1939-1940, 1946-1947 ...........58 1941-1942 ..............................18 1943........................................12 1945,1948-1951 .....................70 1952-1957 ..............................52 1958-1993 ..........................1161 1994-2009 ............................724

L 6 5 6 24 7 11 12 11 21 6 18 28 21 14 24 14 11 13 36 67 19 14 3 48 65 536 331

T 0 0 1 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 3 2 2 0 0 1 2 10 1

Pct. .250 .706 .814 .406 .559 .353 .453 .476 .638 .727 .589 .378 449 .263 .538 .440 .421 .460 .537 .504 .747 .563 .800 .592 .445 .683 .686

Seasons W 1958-1993 ............................381 1994-2009 ............................269 1954-1957 ..............................18

L 158 141 34

T 1 1 2

Pct. .706 .656 .352

Seasons W 1973-1978, 1980-1993 ...........64 1994-2009 ..............................35

L 28 29

T 0 0

Pct. .696 .547

Seasons W 1994-2007, 2009 ....................56 1947..........................................3 1958-1959, 1967, 1975-1981, 1987-1993 ..............................42 1950..........................................0

L 33 2

T 0 0

Pct. .629 .600

36 2

0 0

.538 .000

ACC Games Only Coach Years Bill Wilhelm ............36 Jack Leggett ..........16 Bob Smith ................4

ACC Tournament Coach Years Bill Wilhelm ............20 Jack Leggett ..........16

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Jack Leggett ..........15 Randy Hinson ..........1 Bill Wilhelm ............17 Walter Cox ...............1

4-3

* denotes competed in College World Series

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DUKE Duke Quick Facts Location ............................................. Durham, N.C. Founded .................................. 1838 as Trinity College Enrollment .................................................... 6,340 Nickname .............................................. Blue Devils Colors ......................................... Royal Blue & White President ................................... Richard H. Brodhead Athletic Director.......................................Kevin White Stadium .................. Durham Bulls Athletic Park (10,000) Jack Coombs Field (2,000) Athletic Website ..............................www.GoDuke.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ............................ Sean McNally (Duke ’94) Assistant Coaches ........... Matthew Boggs, Sean Snedeker and Rhett Parrot

About the Blue Devils

SEAN MCNALLY

2009 Overall Record......................................... 35-24 2009 Conference Record................... 15-15 (5th-Coastal)

DUKE ’94

Lettermen Returning/Lost ....................................17/7 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost .......................................12/4

DUKE RECORD

116-107-1 (4 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles .............................................. 0 ACC Titles ........................................................... 3 ACC Championship Record ................................. 21-55

CAREER RECORD

116-107-1 (4 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

NCAA Tournament Appearances ................................. 5 NCAA Tournament Record .................................. 11-11

39-79-1 (4 YEARS)

2010 Duke Roster # 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 17 18 19 21 23 24 25 26 27 31 34 36 38 45 49

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Name Pos Ryan Knott.................................. RHP Jonathan Foreman ...................... RHP Brian Litwin ................................... OF Joe Pedevillano ..................... LHP/OF Marcus Stroman...................RHP/INF Eric Brady ..................................... INF Kenny Straus ................................ INF Ryan McCurdy ...........................C/INF Eric Pfisterer.......................... LHP/1B Jake Lemmerman ......................... INF Gabriel Saade ................................ OF Mike Carroll ................................... OF Chase Bebout ............................. RHP Ryan Munger ................................... C Jeremy Gould ........................ LHP/UT Jeff Kremer...................................... C Michael Seander ......................... RHP Trevor Cesar ............................... RHP David Putman ............................. RHP Dennis O’Grady ....................RHP/INF Will Piwnica-Worms ...................... OF Matt Morris .................................LHP Ben Grisz ...............................RHP/UT Michael Ness .............................. RHP Devin Burke ................................ RHP Will Currier ............................RHP/UT Christopher Manno......................LHP

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

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

Wt 215 195 200 150 180 170 185 175 215 185 190 190 210 180 200 205 215 185 200 190 195 195 220 210 200 220 165

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

Hometown Huntley, Ill. Lafayette, La. Hickory, N.C. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Medford, N.Y. Cary, N.C. Atlanta, Ga. Tampa, Fla. Saddle River, N.J. Newport Beach, Calif. Miami, Fla. Granger, Ind. Lake Worth, Fla. The Woodlands, Texas Bellaire, Texas Portland, Ore. Cranston, R.I. Merced, Calif. Doylestown, Pa. Floral Park, N.Y. St. Louis, Mo. Newport Beach, Calif. Dallas, Texas Chatham, N.J. Darien, Conn. Dripping Springs, Texas Brooklyn, N.Y.

2010 Schedule F19 at Baylor ................ 1:00 pm F20 at Baylor ................. 1:00 pm F20 vs. Georgia ............ 5:00 pm ^ F21 vs. Georgia ........... 10:00 am^ F26 FORDHAM (DBAP) ...... 3:00 pm F27 FORDHAM (DBAP) ...... 2:00 pm F28 FORDHAM (DBAP)...... 1:00 pm M3 XAVIER ................... 3:00 pm M5 TEMPLE (DBAP) ........ 3:00 pm M6 TEMPLE (DBAP) ........ 2:00 pm M7 TEMPLE (DBAP) ........ 1:00 pm M8 QUINNIPIAC ............. 3:00 pm M9 QUINNIPIAC ............. 3:00 pm M10 at Wofford ............... 7:00 pm M12 N. CAROLINA (DBAP)... 6:00 pm* M13 N. CAROLINA (DBAP).. .2:00 pm* M14 N. CAROLINA (DBAP). 1:00 pm* M17 LIBERTY .................. 3:00 pm M19 MIAMI (DBAP) ........ 6:00 pm* M20 MIAMI (DBAP) ........ 2:00 pm* M21 MIAMI (DBAP) ......... 1:00 pm* M23 at Davidson ............. 7:00 pm M26 at Boston College .... 2:30 pm* M27 at Boston College ... 1:30 pm* M28 at Boston College ... 1:00 pm* M30 HIGH POINT ............. 6:00 pm M31 at N.C. Central .......... 7:00 pm A2 at Georgia Tech ....... 7:00 pm* A3 at Georgia Tech ....... 6:00 pm* A4 at Georgia Tech ....... 1:00 pm* A6 WILLIAM & MARY ...... 6:00 pm A9 CLEMSON (DBAP) .... 6:00 pm* A10 CLEMSON (DBAP) .... 2:00 pm* A11 CLEMSON (DBAP) .... 1:00 pm* A13 DAVIDSON ............... 6:00 pm A14 UNC GREENSBORO ..... 6:00 pm A16 FLORIDA STATE ...... 6:00 pm* A17 FLORIDA STATE ...... 2:00 pm* A18 FLORIDA STATE ...... 1:00 pm* A20 at Liberty ................ 7:00 pm A23 at Wake Forest ........ 6:00 pm* A24 at Wake Forest ....... 6:00 pm* A25 at Wake Forest ....... 1:00 pm* A27 NORTH CAROLINA A&T 6:00 pm A28 at High Point ............. 7:00 pm A30 VIRGINIA (DBAP) ...... 6:00 pm* M1 VIRGINIA (DBAP) ..... 2:00 pm* M2 VIRGINIA (DBAP) ..... 1:00 pm* M10 at North Carolina A&T 7:00 pm M11 PRESBYTERIAN ......... 1:00 pm M14 at Virginia Tech ....... 5:30 pm* M15 at Virginia Tech* .... 2:00 pm* M16 at Virginia Tech ...... 1:00 pm* M20 at N.C. State .......... 6:30 pm * M21 at N.C. State .......... 6:30 pm* M22 at N.C. State .......... 1:00 pm* M26-30 ........... ACC Championship% * denotes ACC game DBAP- at Durham Bulls Athletic Park % - at Greensboro, N.C. ^ - at Waco, Texas Home games in ALL CAPS


2009 Results

BLUE DEVILS

F20 LA SALLE ..............................L, 2-5 F21 LA SALLE ......................... W, 12-2 LA SALLE ............................ W, 5-3 F22 LA SALLE .......................... W, 11-1 F27 DARTMOUTH ..................... W, 6-1 DARTMOUTH ...................... W, 8-5 M4 UNC GREENSBORO .......... W, 11-3 M5 at High Point .......................L, 1-10 M6 *VIRGINIA TECH .................L, 4-19 M7 *VIRGINIA TECH ................ W, 5-4 M8 *VIRGINIA TECH ................. W, 7-5 M10 at Liberty ...............................L, 3-6 M11 QUINNIPAC ....................... W, 10-4 M13 *at Miami ..............................L, 4-5 M14 *at Miami ............................ W, 2-0 M15 *at Miami .............................L, 6-7 M18 MD. EASTERN SHORE ..... W, 12-4 MD. EASTERN SHORE ....... W, 5-2 M20 *at North Carolina ................L, 5-8 M21 *at North Carolina ............... W, 5-4 M22 *at North Carolina ............. W, 10-9 M24 ALABAMA A&M .................. W, 4-2 ALABAMA A&M ................ W, 13-2 M28 *WAKE FOREST .................. W, 3-1 M29 *WAKE FOREST ....................L, 2-4 *WAKE FOREST ..................L, 8-12 M31 vs. N.C. Central ................. W, 16-3 A1 ELON................................... W, 3-2 A3 *at Clemson ..........................L, 3-7 A4 *at Clemson ...................... W, 10-7 A5 *at Clemson ........................L, 1-10 A7 N.C. CENTRAL .................. W, 14-1 N.C. CENTRAL..................... W, 9-3 A8 at UNC Greensboro .............L, 4-13 A11 *NC STATE ...........................L, 1-3 *NC STATE ....................... W, 11-2 A12 *NC STATE....................W, 8-7 (10) A14 DAVIDSON .......................... W, 4-3 A15 WOFFORD ........................ W, 15-9 A17 *at Maryland .........................L, 1-4 A18 *at Maryland..................W, 8-4 (12) A19 *at Maryland .......................L, 8-12 A22 at Elon ...................................L, 7-8 A24 *BOSTON COLLEGE.......... W, 12-2 A25 *BOSTON COLLEGE............ W, 9-2 A26 *BOSTON COLLEGE. .....L, 6-7 (11) M5 at Davidson....................... 2-3 (10) M6 at Presbyterian ................... W, 3-2 M6 at Presbyterian .................... W, 5-3 M8 *at Virginia........................ W, 4-11 M9 *at Virginia..........................L, 9-10 M10 *at Virginia..........................L, 1-12 M12 LIBERTY................................L, 1-4 M14 *GEORGIA TECH .................L, 3-10 M15 *GEORGIA TECH ................. W, 6-4 M16 *GEORGIA TECH ................. W, 5-3 ACC Championship M20 %North Carolina ...................L, 3-8 M22 %Clemson ........................ W, 10-4 M23 %Virginia ............................L, 7-11 *denotes ACC game; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in ALL CAPS .

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ................4 ACC Player of the Year ....................1 ACC Pitcher of the Year ...................0 ACC Freshman of the Year................1 ACC Coach of the Year ....................2 All-ACC First Team ...................... 42 1950’s ....... 11 1980’s .........3 1960’s .........8 1990’s ....... 15 1970’s .........3 2000’s .........2

Jeremy Gould

Christopher Manno

1B• Senior • Bellaire, Texas

P • Senior • Brooklyn, N.Y.

Veteran Presence

Gould Steps Up

Christopher Manno enters the 2010 season as Duke’s active leader in strikeouts (162) and games started (28) ... The hard-throwing New Yorker is averaging 10.29 strikeouts per nine innings for his career, including a schoolrecord 12.29 strikeouts per nine innings as a sophomore in 2008 ... Manno was drafted by the Nationals in the 38th round of the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, but opted to return to Duke for his senior year ... Manno started 14 games and held opposing hitters to a .227 batting average.

A second-team All-ACC performer in 2009, Jeremy Gould saw time at first base, in the outfield and as the designated hitter ... Plans call for Gould to spend most of his time at first base for the Blue Devils in 2010 ... The Texas native is Duke’s active leader in batting average (.337), hits (176), doubles (37) and slugging percentage (.474) ... Gould hit .340 with a team-leading 20 doubles as a junior while starting every game in 2009 ... He played for the Orleans Cardinals in the Cape Cod Baseball League over the summer.

2009 Duke Stats (35-24, 15-15 5th ACC Coastal) Player AVG Nate Freiman ....................352 Matt Williams ....................345 Alex Hassan .....................342 Jeremy Gould ...................340 Will Piwnica-Worms ..........317 Jake Lemmerman .............287 Eric Pfisterer .....................283 Marcus Jones ...................269 Ryan McCurdy ..................254 Tim Sherlock.....................259 Dennis O’Grady ................244 Gabriel Saade...................237 Will Currier ........................235 Trevor Cesar.....................211 Tom Luciano .....................200 Brian Litwin .......................195 Joe Pedevillano ................184 Ben Condon......................000 Ben Grisz ..........................000 Kyle Butler ........................000 Ryan Knott ........................000

GP 59 57 57 59 59 59 20 17 57 22 17 56 11 12 26 21 30 3 1 2 1

GS 59 56 54 59 59 58 11 6 55 13 12 53 6 5 5 10 10 0 0 0 0

AB 219 223 219 241 218 223 53 26 173 54 41 186 17 19 20 41 38 2 1 1 0

R 47 35 56 43 37 31 4 3 39 11 8 34 3 5 10 7 8 0 0 0 0

H 77 77 75 82 69 64 15 7 44 14 10 44 4 4 4 8 7 0 0 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 15 1 20 62 154 .703 13 1 5 47 107 .480 17 4 3 30 109 .498 20 0 7 37 123 .510 13 4 3 30 99 .454 11 2 7 45 100 .448 2 0 0 6 17 .321 1 1 0 3 10 .385 11 0 0 22 55 .318 2 0 3 8 25 .463 2 1 1 7 17 .415 8 2 2 29 62 .333 0 0 1 2 7 .412 0 0 1 3 7 .368 0 1 0 1 6 .300 1 0 0 6 9 .220 2 0 0 3 9 .237 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Totals ................................300 59 59 2015 381 605 118 17 53 341 916 Opponents ........................267 59 59 1980 315 528 105 16 54 288 827 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Tim Sherlock............... 1.69 1-0 10 0 0 0/0 0 Kyle Butler .................. 2.28 3-1 15 1 0 0/0 0 Michael Ness .............. 2.44 2-2 25 0 0 0/1 3 Alex Hassan ............... 4.10 2-2 16 1 0 0/0 8 Joe Pedevillano .......... 4.15 1-0 8 1 0 0/0 0 Andrew Wolcott .......... 2.77 8-3 14 13 2 0/1 0 Christopher Manno ..... 4.89 5-6 14 14 0 0/0 0 Eric Pfisterer ............... 5.00 3-2 15 7 0 0/0 0 Jonathan Foreman ..... 5.40 2-2 10 7 0 0/0 0 Dennis O’Grady .......... 5.76 2-2 23 0 0 0/0 3 Will Currier .................. 6.15 1-0 14 2 0 0/0 2 Trevor Cesar............... 6.41 2-2 7 6 0 0/0 0 Ryan Knott .................. 8.15 3-1 12 6 0 0/0 0 David Putman ........... 10.00 0-0 8 1 0 0/0 1 Ben Grisz .................. 12.66 0-1 8 0 0 0/0 0 John Bunder ............. 18.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 4.83 35-24 Opponents .................. 5.67 24-35

59 59 59 59

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IP 10.2 23.2 44.1 26.1 13.0 94.1 73.2 45.0 30.0 45.1 33.2 19.2 35.1 9.0 10.2 2.0

H 9 24 42 23 12 90 64 43 25 65 37 21 37 12 19 5

BBHBP SOGDP 36 13 28 6 24 8 20 6 25 6 19 11 8 10 34 3 7 9 39 4 20 4 32 9 2 0 11 1 2 4 13 0 25 16 14 2 5 1 13 2 6 1 5 1 30 1 40 1 3 0 2 1 3 1 4 0 3 1 8 1 1 0 10 2 2 1 9 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

OB% SF SH SB ATT PO A E FLD% .463 4 0 3 5 435 56 5 .990 .421 4 2 1 1 376 57 3 .993 .419 3 0 3 4 69 3 0 1.000 .380 4 1 6 9 173 8 3 .984 .357 4 2 7 11 119 2 1 .992 .349 5 1 13 16 102 149 10 .962 .309 0 0 0 0 13 8 2 .913 .406 0 0 0 1 6 0 0 1.000 .394 2 7 4 6 42 125 6 .965 .333 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 1.000 .347 1 0 0 0 10 27 3 .925 .336 6 4 12 15 126 160 11 .963 .350 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 .667 .348 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 1.000 .333 0 1 4 5 8 0 0 1.000 .214 0 0 1 2 10 0 0 1.000 .238 1 1 1 4 38 2 0 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 1.000 .000 0 0 0 0 8 4 1 .923

.455 202 76 304 50 .379 34 20 56 80 1550 648 47 .418 238 71 427 44 .363 18 26 36 60 1514 629 80 R 2 6 18 13 6 36 40 29 21 33 24 15 38 10 20 4

1/1 17 516.2 528 315 0/0 10 504.2 605 381

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 2 1 6 2 0 1 6 7 10 4 0 1 12 11 38 13 0 1 12 13 34 5 0 6 6 5 7 2 0 1 29 21 71 15 2 4 40 35 72 15 2 13 25 23 45 7 1 5 18 31 26 5 0 5 29 18 39 14 4 6 23 15 21 8 1 1 14 15 14 2 1 2 32 19 27 8 2 2 10 10 8 4 1 1 15 12 9 1 1 3 4 2 0 0 1 2

.979 .964

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 43 .209 0 0 0 1 0 86 .279 0 3 0 0 3 168 .250 2 6 1 3 2 101 .228 2 5 0 0 1 45 .267 2 3 2 1 1 357 .252 7 7 1 4 3 273 .234 4 12 3 0 1 165 .261 5 9 0 3 3 105 .238 4 1 0 2 3 196 .332 5 6 3 0 0 133 .278 3 2 0 0 1 72 .292 6 3 0 2 5 137 .270 11 6 0 2 3 37 .324 2 1 0 0 0 51 .373 4 6 0 0 0 11 .455 0 1 0 0 0

277 238 427 105 16 54 1980 318 202 304 118 17 53 2015

.267 57 .300 37

71 10 18 76 10 34

26 20

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DUKE Duke in the ACC Year Overall 1954....................... 10-13-0 1955....................... 10-11-0 1956....................... 16-12-2 1957......................... 19-8-0 1958......................... 9-11-0 1959......................... 9-16-0 1960......................... 13-8-1 1961....................... 16-11-0 1962....................... 13-12-1 1963....................... 15-10-0 1964......................... 4-21-0 1965......................... 8-17-0 1966......................... 8-16-0 1967......................... 9-20-0 1968....................... 12-19-0 1969....................... 14-18-1 1970....................... 17-16-0 1971....................... 15-14-0 1972....................... 12-16-0 1973......................... 7-17-0 1974......................... 9-16-0 1975......................... 9-18-0 1976......................... 7-23-0 1977......................... 9-16-0 1978....................... 12-21-0 1979....................... 12-18-0 1980....................... 17-11-0 1981....................... 29-10-0 1982....................... 16-13-1 1983....................... 14-12-1 1984....................... 25-13-0 1985....................... 18-15-3 1986....................... 25-17-0 1987....................... 18-26-1 1988....................... 10-35-0 1989....................... 20-23-0 1990....................... 28-25-0 1991....................... 24-27-0 1992....................... 38-16-0 1993....................... 39-19-1 1994....................... 33-20-0 1995....................... 30-27-0 1996....................... 39-18-0 1997....................... 33-25-0 1998....................... 38-20-0 1999....................... 24-31-0 2000....................... 17-41-0 2001....................... 23-33-0 2002....................... 24-34-0 2003....................... 18-36-0 2004....................... 25-31-0 2005....................... 14-39-0 2006....................... 15-40-0 2007....................... 29-25-0 2008....................... 37-18-1 2009....................... 35-24-0

ACC 5-9-0 6-6-0 12-3-1 10-4-0 7-5-0 5-10-0 9-4-1 11-3-0 6-8-0 8-6-0 0-12-0 5-9-0 4-9-0 2-12-0 7-13-0 7-13-0 10-11-0 4-10-0 3-7-0 2-10-0 3-8-0 2-10-0 1-11-0 1-7-0 1-10-0 1-11-0 2-9-0 6-6-0 3-7-0 1-8-1 3-8-0 5-8-1 2-12-0 3-14-0 3-16-0 2-14-0 4-15-0 6-15-0 12-12-0 11-13-0 16-8-0 4-20-0 9-14-0 9-14-0 8-15-0 4-18-0 5-19-0 10-13-0 4-20-0 2-21-0 8-16-0 5-25-0 6-24-0 8-22-0 10-18-1 15-15-0

* denotes competed in College World Series

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Finish 6th 5th 1st 1st 3rd 7th 2nd 1st 6th 4th 8th 8th 7th 8th 6th 7th 5th 7th 6th 7th 6th 7th 7th 7th 7th 7th 8th 5th 8th 8th 7th 6th 8th 8th 8th 8th 7th 7th 5th 6th T2nd T8th 7th 7th 7th 9th 9th 5th 9th 9th 7th 11th 5th-C 5th-C 5th-C 5th-C

Duke Coaching Records ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-2 x 0-1 3-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 x 1-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 0-1 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-1 1-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-1 x x x 1-2

PostSeason

3-3 3-2

*3-2

Career Records Coach Years Others ....................11 Mr. Schock...............1 Otis Stockdale .........6 M.T. Adkins..............7 Claude West ............2 Heine Manush .........1 Lee Gooch ...............1 Chick Doak ..............1 Pat Egan ..................1 H.G. Steiner .............1 Howard Jones..........2 Bill Towe ..................1 G. B. Whitted ...........3 Jack Coombs .........24 Ace Parker .............14 James Bly ................2 Tom Butters .............3 Enos Slaughter ........7 Tom D’Armi..............7 Larry Smith ..............3 Steve Traylor .........12 Bill Hillier ..................6 Sean McNally ..........4

Seasons W 1889-1900 ..............................39 1901..........................................6 1902-1907 ..............................76 1908-1914 ............................104 1915-1916 ..............................14 1917..........................................4 1919........................................19 1920........................................10 1921........................................10 1922........................................12 1923-1924 ..............................31 1925..........................................9 1926-1928 ..............................28 1929-1952 ............................381 1953-1966 ............................166 1966-1967 ..............................15 1968-1970 ..............................43 1971-1977 ..............................68 1978-1984 ............................125 1985-1987 ..............................61 1988-1999 ............................356 2000-2005 ............................121 2006-09 ................................116

L 19 5 37 67 26 6 4 9 8 6 8 9 29 171 162 34 53 120 98 58 286 214 107

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

Pct. .667 .545 .667 .606 .360 .409 .800 .526 .553 .667 .795 .500 .491 .689 .506 .306 .448 .362 .560 .512 .554 .361 .520

Seasons W 1953-1966 ............................... 84 1968-1970 ............................... 24 1988-1999 ............................... 88 2006-09 ................................... 39 1985-1987 ............................... 10 2000-2005 ............................... 34 1978-1984 ............................... 17 1966-1967 ................................. 6 1971-1977 ............................... 16

L 79 37 174 79 34 114 59 21 63

T 2 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0

Pct. .515 .393 .336 .332 .233 .230 .227 .222 .203

Seasons W 1978, 1980-1984 ....................... 8 2009 .......................................... 1 2000-2005 ................................. 5 1988-1999 ................................. 6 1985, 1987 ................................ 1 1973-1977 ................................. 0

L 11 2 11 22 4 5

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .421 .333 .313 .214 .200 .000

Seasons W 1953, 1956-1957, 1961 ..........10 1952..........................................1

L 9 2

T 0 0

Pct. .526 .333

ACC Games Only Coach Years Ace Parker .............14 Tom Butters .............3 Steve Traylor .........12 Sean McNally ..........4 Larry Smith ..............3 Bill Hillier ..................6 Tom D’Armi..............7 James Bly ................2 Enos Slaughter ........7

ACC Tournament Coach Years Tom D’Armi..............6 Sean McNally ..........1 Bill Hillier ..................6 Steve Traylor .........12 Larry Smith ..............2 Enos Slaughter ........5

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Ace Parker ...............4 Jack Coombs ...........1


F L O R I DA S TAT E Florida State Quick Facts Location .........................................Tallahassee, Fla. Founded ........................................................ 1851 Enrollment ...................................................39,136 Symbol .................................................. Seminoles Colors ................................................Garnet & Gold President-Elect ................................ Dr. Eric J. Barron Athletics Director ................................Randy Spetman Stadium .......................... Dick Howser Stadium (6,700) Athletic Website .......................... www.seminoles.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach .................... Mike Martin (Florida State ’66) Associate Coach .................................Jamey Shouppe Assistant Coaches ...............Mike Martin, Jr., Brian Hoop

About the Seminoles 2009 Overall Record......................................... 45-18 2009 Conference Record.................... 19-9 (1st, Atlantic)

MIKE MARTIN FLORIDA STATE ’66

Lettermen Returning/Lost .................................. 17/11 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................ 7/2 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................ 8/6

FLORIDA STATE RECORD

1,579-538-4 (30 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles ..............................................3 ACC Titles ...........................................................4 ACC Championship Record ................................. 58-29

CAREER RECORD

1,579-538-4 (30 YEARS)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ............................... 47 NCAA Tournament Record ............................... 157-106

ACC RECORD

324-126 (18 YEARS) 2010 Florida State Roster # 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 36 38 44 45 54

Name Pos Taiwan Easterling .......................P/OF Ohmed Danesh .............................. OF Sean Gilmartin ............................P/OF Jack Posey ................................INF/P Corben Madden ............................... P Parker Brunelle ................................ C Devon Travis ................................ INF Stephen McGee ............................... C Justin Gonzalez ............................ INF Robert Benincasa ............................ P Tye Buckley ................................OF/P Tyler Holt ....................................... OF Jayce Boyd ................................... INF Robby Stahl ................................... OF Tyson Young ................................... P Gage Smith...................................... P Daniel Bennett ................................. P Geoff Parker .................................... P John Gast ........................................ P James Ramsey .............................. OF Brian Busch ..................................... P Mike McGee................................OF/P Scott Sitz ......................................... P Stuart Tapley ................................ INF Tyler Everett .................................... P Rafael Lopez .................................... C Hunter Scantling.............................. P Kevin Jackson ..........................1B/OF Sherman Johnson ........................ INF Andrew Durden ..........................OF/P David Trexler ..............................P/OF Robby Scott..................................... P Stephen Cardullo .......................... INF Taylor Thompson ...................... RHP Mike Meschke ............................... 1B Jaccobi McDaniel ................................1B

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

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

Wt 195 170 192 220 175 220 183 205 180 180 175 190 185 186 190 180 220 249 190 190 237 188 210 204 205 197 270 192 178 211 175 220 200 179 235 285

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

Hometown Hattieburg, Miss. Orlando, Fla. Moorpark, Calif. Leesburg, Ga. Orlando, Fla. Snellville, Ga. Wellington, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Miami, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Gainesville, Fla. Cantonment, Fla. St. Petersburg Beach, Fla. Palm City, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Dade City, Fla. Longwood Fla. Alpharetta, Ga. Boca Raton, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Jacksonville Beach, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Tallahassee, Fla. Wellington, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Pensacola, Fla. Tampa, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. Lynn Haven, Fla. Miami, Fla. Coral Springs, Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. Marietta, Ga. Madison, Fla.

2010 Schedule

F19 GEORGIA STATE .............4:00 pm F20 GEORGIA STATE .............2:00 pm F21 GEORGIA STATE .............1:00 pm F24 NORTH FLORIDA .............4:00 pm F26 HOFSTRA .....................4:00 pm F27 HOFSTA .......................1:00 pm F28 HOFSTRA ......................1:00 pm M2 vs. Florida ................... 7:00 pm^ M5 GEORGIA .......................6:00 pm M6 GEORGIA .......................6:00 pm M7 GEORGIA .......................1:00 pm M8 at Jacksonville ...............6:00 pm M12 VIRGINIA ..................... 6:00 pm* M13 VIRGINIA ..................... 6:00 pm* M14 VIRGINIA ................. 1:00 pm* M16 at Florida ......................6:30 pm M19 at North Carolina .............7:00 pm M20 at North Carolina ........... 2:00 pm* M21 at North Carolina ........... 1:00 pm* M24 STETSON .................... 6:00 pm* M26 MARYLAND .................. 6:00 pm* M27 MARYLAND .................. 6:00 pm* M28 MARYLAND .................. 1:00 pm* M30 vs. Florida ...................7:00 pm& A2 VIRGINIA TECH ............. 6:00 pm* A3 VIRGINIA TECH ............. 6:00 pm* A4 VIRGINIA TECH ............. 1:00 pm* A6 vs. North Florida............6:00 pm& A7 NORTH FLORIDA .............6:00 pm A9 at Wake Forest ............. 6:00 pm* A10 at Wake Forest ............. 6:00 pm* A11 at Wake Forest ............. 1:00 pm* A13 FLORIDA .......................6:00 pm A14 JACKSONVILLE ...............6:00 pm A16 at Duke ....................... 6:00 pm* A17 at Duke ...................... 2:00 pm* A18 at Duke ...................... 1:00 pm* A20 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ..6:00 pm A21 CHARLESTON SOUTHERN ..6:00 pm A23 MIAMI ........................ 6:00 pm* A24 MIAMI (ACC TV) ............... 1:00 pm* A25 MIAMI .......................11:00 am* A30 LeMOYNE .....................6:00 pm M1 LeMOYNE ....................6:00 pm M2 LeMOYNE ........................ Noon M4 JACKSONVILLE ...............6:00 pm M7 at Boston College........... 1:30 pm* M8 at Boston College........... 1:30 pm* M9 at Boston College........... 1:00 pm* M12 Stetson .........................6:00 pm M14 NC STATE ................... 6:00 pm* M15 NC STATE ................... 6:00 pm* M16 NC STATE ................... 1:00 pm* M20 at Clemson .................. 6:30 pm* M21 at Clemson .................. 6:30 pm* M22 at Clemson (ACC TV).......... 1:00 pm* M26-30 ACC Championship .......... TBA%

* ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. ^ at Tampa, Fla. & at Baseball Grounds; Jacksonville, Fla. Home games in ALL CAPS

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2009 Results F20 HOFSTRA ............................. W, 9-3 F21 HOFSTRA ......................W, 21-7 (7) HOFSTRA .............................W, 3-2 F22 HOFSTRA ...........................W, 10-4 F26 AUBURN ..............................W, 8-7 F27 AUBURN ............................W, 14-5 F28 at Auburn ............................ L, 9-10 M3 at Jacksonville....................... L, 4-9 M4 NORTH FLORIDA .................. L, 4-5 M6 *BOSTON COLLEGE.............W, 4-1 M7 *BOSTON COLLEGE............ L, 6-14 M8 *BOSTON COLLEGE............ L, 5-12 M10 HIGH POINT .......................W, 18-4 M11 HIGH POINT .........................W, 4-3 M13 *at Virginia.......................... L, 2-15 M17 at Florida ............................... L, 4-5 M20 *CLEMSON ..........................W, 5-2 M21 *CLEMSON.....................L, 7-8 (11) M22 *CLEMSON ..........................W, 7-4 M24 FLORIDA GULF COAST ......W, 11-3 M25 FLORIDA GULF COAST ......W, 11-9 M27 *at Maryland ........................W, 6-2 M28 *at Maryland ......................W, 10-2 M29 *at Maryland ......................W, 21-5 M31 vs. Florida^ .................... W, 3-2 (5) A3 *at MIAMI ..........................W, 14-4 A4 *at MIAMI ............................. L, 4-6 A5 *at MIAMI ........................... L, 8-14 A8 vs. North Florida ................W, 14-6 A10 *NORTH CAROLINA.............W, 3-2 A11 *NORTH CAROLINA .......... L, 7-12 A12 *NORTH CAROLINA.............W, 9-8 A14 FLORIDA ............................. L, 2-10 A15 NORTH FLORIDA .................W, 8-7 A17 *at N.C. State ............................. W, 9-3 A18 *at N.C. State ............................. W, 4-2 A19 *at N.C. State ........................... W, 13-2 A21 UNC ASHEVILLE ..................W, 9-2 A22 UNC ASHEVILLE........W, 11-10 (11) A24 *WAKE FOREST .................W, 15-6 A25 *WAKE FOREST ...................W, 6-4 A26 *WAKE FOREST ............... W, 14-10 M1 *VIRGINIA TECH ................W, 10-2 M2 *VIRGINIA TECH ................W, 10-4 M3 *VIRGINIA TECH ..................W, 9-4 M5 JACKSONVILLE....................W, 5-2 M6 FIU .....................................W, 15-5 M8 *at Georgia Tech ................. L, 3-12 M9 *at Georgia Tech ..................W, 8-6 M10 *at Georgia Tech ................... L, 5-6 M14 GRAMBLING ST ...................W, 9-1 M15 GRAMBLING ST ................W, 14-6 GRAMBLING ST............... ....W, 9-7 M16 GRAMBLING ST .................W, 10-2 ACC Championship M20 %Boston College..................W, 7-2 M21 %Miami ...............................W, 4-2 M23 %Georgia Tech ..................... L, 2-9 M24 %Virginia .............................. L, 3-6 NCAA Tournament at Tallahassee, Fla. M29 MARIST .............................W, 16-4 M30 GEORGIA .............................W, 8-2 M31 OHIO STATE.......................W, 37-6 NCAA Super Regional at Tallahassee, Fla.

J5 J6

ARKANSAS ........................... L, 2-7 ARKANSAS ........................... L, 8-9

*denotes ACC game; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; ^at Baseball Grounds, Jacksonville, Fla.; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ............. 69 ACC Player of the Year ...................5 ACC Pitcher of the Year ..................1 ACC Freshman of the Year...............2 ACC Coach of the Year ...................6 All-ACC First Team ..................... 47 1990’s ..... 17 2000’s ..... 30

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SEMINOLES Mike McGee

Tyler Holt

OF • Junior • Gainesville, Fla.

OF/P• Junior • Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Versatile Seminole

Doing It All

Mike McGee had a very productive sophomore campaign as a two-way player for the Seminoles in 2009 ... The outfielder/righthanded pitcher finished the season second on Florida State’s team in hitting with a .379 average, while leading the Garnet and Gold in home runs (19), RBI (78) and slugging percentage (.768) ... On the mound, McGee, went 6-2 with a 4.04 ERA in 15 appearances which included 13 starts ... The Port St. Lucie, Fla., native registered 72 strikeouts in 69.0 innings of work.

Tyler Holt finished his sophomore year leading FSU in hitting with a .401 average and was one of just two Seminoles to start all 63 games ... Holt registered 34 stolen bases, and his on-base percentage of .520 was the seventh highest recorded in a single-season at FSU ... Holt was also named a second team AllAmerican by Collegiate Baseball and the NCBWA, while earning a spot on the 2009 All-ACC first team in 2009 ... Helped Team USA to a 19-5 record over the summer, hitting .371 in 22 games.

2009 Florida State Stats (45-18, 19-9 1st ACC Atlantic) Player AVG Tyler Holt ..........................401 Sean Gilmartin ..................600 Matt Kane .........................500 Jimmy Marshall.................500 Sherman Johnson ............476 Mike McGee .....................379 Stephen Cardullo ..............376 Jason Stidham ..................363 Mike Meschke...................318 Stuart Tapley ....................316 D’Vontrey Richards...........304 James Ramsey .................294 Rafael Lopez ....................287 Ray Navarro .....................286 Ohmed Danesh ................262 Tommy Oravetz ................257 Geoff Parker .....................250 Parker Brunelle .................239 Ruairi O’Connor ................209 Jack Posey .......................204 John Gast .........................000 Tyler Everett .....................000 Hunter Scantling ...............000

GP 63 17 2 1 28 60 62 63 49 63 46 45 54 6 63 63 3 38 31 53 1 1 1

GS 63 0 0 0 0 58 62 63 15 62 22 9 47 0 43 53 0 16 13 41 0 0 0

AB 237 10 2 2 21 198 237 223 88 215 79 68 150 7 168 191 4 71 43 137 1 0 0

R 87 4 2 1 6 66 76 55 22 46 23 19 33 1 34 37 0 12 8 18 0 0 0

H 95 6 1 1 10 75 89 81 28 68 24 20 43 2 44 49 1 17 9 28 0 0 0

2B 3B 23 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 18 1 20 3 24 2 10 0 18 0 6 1 3 0 4 0 0 0 13 1 11 3 0 0 2 2 2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

HR 5 0 0 0 1 19 10 12 3 13 0 2 4 0 6 8 0 0 1 5 0 0 0

RBI 28 4 0 0 10 78 51 76 23 60 10 14 29 2 34 33 0 11 5 28 0 0 0

TB SLG% 137 .578 8 .800 1 .500 1 .500 17 .810 152 .768 145 .612 145 .650 47 .534 125 .581 32 .405 29 .426 59 .393 2 .286 77 .458 90 .471 1 .250 23 .324 14 .326 48 .350 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

Totals ................................321 63 63 2152 550 691 163 16 89 496 1153 Opponents ........................256 63 63 2082 355 532 99 2 64 313 827 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Sean Gilmartin ............ 3.49 12-3 18 15 2 0/0 1 Brian Busch ................ 3.97 6-2 19 13 0 0/0 0 Mike McGee ............... 4.04 6-2 15 13 0 0/0 0 Jack Posey ................. 4.08 0-1 15 0 0 0/0 0 Geoff Parker ............... 4.82 6-2 31 5 0 0/0 1 Tyler Everett ............... 4.62 0-0 21 1 0 0/0 1 Hunter Scantling ......... 4.63 3-1 19 4 0 0/0 0 Jimmy Marshall........... 4.85 3-2 28 0 0 0/0 10 John Gast ................... 5.12 5-3 28 3 0 0/0 0 Austin Wood ............... 6.35 0-0 9 5 0 0/0 0 Mark Peterson ............ 6.75 1-0 17 0 0 0/0 0 Bo O’Dell .................... 6.84 3-2 11 4 0 0/0 0 Ben Francis .............. 10.38 0-0 6 0 0 0/0 0 Ryan Vigue ............... 10.80 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Kris Castellanos........ 13.50 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 4.58 45-18 Opponents .................. 8.26 18-45

63 63 63 63

2 1

IP 98.0 90.2 69.0 17.2 65.1 37.0 35.0 26.0 38.2 22.2 18.2 25.0 4.1 1.2 2.0

H 81 81 64 21 54 38 33 24 43 24 23 35 8 2 1

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 54 7 47 5 .520 2 4 34 39 4 0 3 0 .714 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 .667 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 .500 0 0 0 0 5 0 2 1 .577 0 0 0 0 40 7 47 4 .494 2 4 13 16 45 5 46 5 .479 3 5 20 24 44 7 35 3 .465 10 2 5 10 16 0 22 2 .419 1 0 0 0 44 11 58 5 .444 7 6 8 11 6 3 26 2 .371 1 0 2 4 13 2 18 1 .412 2 0 0 0 17 3 24 3 .360 5 6 1 3 1 0 2 0 .375 0 0 0 0 25 2 48 5 .360 2 1 9 11 31 14 43 7 .392 4 2 2 2 0 0 1 0 .250 0 0 0 0 11 3 16 1 .356 2 0 0 0 8 1 7 1 .346 0 1 0 1 20 3 29 3 .309 5 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 139 2 1 .993 18 15 1 .971 4 0 0 1.000 1 2 0 1.000 9 14 2 .920 59 10 6 .920 165 156 21 .939 143 194 16 .955 151 12 2 .988 33 99 15 .898 29 4 4 .892 9 1 3 .769 305 48 4 .989 1 1 0 1.000 76 1 0 1.000 18 27 4 .918 8 14 3 .880 147 21 4 .977 22 1 1 .958 305 21 5 .985 1 16 2 .895 3 2 1 .833 3 3 1 .857

.536 386 68 475 48 .432 46 33 94 122 1655 697 97 .397 303 65 468 52 .364 23 39 41 74 1591 563 79 R 48 48 41 12 40 22 27 15 33 22 14 23 5 2 3

0/0 13 551.2 532 355 0/0 5 530.1 691 550

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 38 37 83 15 0 14 40 35 70 14 1 11 31 42 72 8 0 10 8 9 16 3 0 2 35 41 65 13 0 5 19 18 30 8 1 1 18 14 20 10 0 4 14 24 39 6 0 1 22 21 24 7 0 4 16 25 13 5 0 2 14 15 15 4 0 2 19 11 17 4 0 5 5 4 1 2 0 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 3 5 2 0 0 1

.960 .965

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 367 .221 11 6 2 3 3 330 .245 4 12 1 7 7 258 .248 11 5 0 1 1 72 .292 2 2 0 0 1 236 .229 11 11 0 2 5 140 .271 1 7 0 0 1 125 .264 2 5 0 3 3 101 .238 2 4 0 1 1 154 .279 6 5 1 1 5 85 .282 6 2 0 2 6 76 .303 2 1 0 0 3 104 .337 2 4 0 2 2 20 .400 2 1 0 1 0 8 .250 0 0 0 0 0 6 .167 1 0 0 0 1

281 303 468 99 2 64 2082 487 386 475 163 16 89 2152

.256 63 .321 63

65 4 23 68 22 46

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F L O R I DA S TAT E Florida State (1954-1991) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach Ralph Matherly Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Danny Litwhiler Fred Hatfield Fred Hatfield Fred Hatfield Fred Hatfield Fred Hatfield Jack Stallings Jack Stallings Jack Stallings Jack Stallings Jack Stallings Jack Stallings Woody Woodward Woody Woodward Woody Woodward Woody Woodward Dick Howser Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin Mike Martin

W 13 17 25 22 20 22 13 21 23 27 23 32 39 30 35 39 49 41 44 38 37 49 40 37 44 43 51 56 56 55 55 59 61 55 50 54 57 57

L 8 6 7 9 7 11 9 7 14 13 13 11 13 14 6 12 9 16 24 21 25 10 16 13 18 17 12 23 17 18 29 23 13 18 18 18 15 14

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

Pct. .619 .729 .781 .710 .741 .667 .591 .750 .622 .675 .639 .739 .750 .682 .854 .760 .839 .719 .647 .644 .597 .831 .714 .740 .710 .713 .810 .709 .764 .750 .655 .720 .824 .753 .732 .750 .792 .803

PostSeason 1-2 *3-3 1-2 2-2 1-2 *6-3 *4-3 *5-3 3-2 1-2 3-2 *7-2 1-2 *3-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 *3-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 *7-2 *5-3 2-2 *6-2 4-2 *4-2

Florida State Coaching Records Career Records Coach Years Charlie Armstrong .....4 Ralph Matherly ........3 Danny Litwhiler ........9 Fred Hatfield ............5 Jack Stallings...........6 Woody Woodward ...4 Dick Howser ............1 Mike Martin ............30

Seasons W 1948-1951 ..............................49 1952-1954 ..............................43 1955-1963 ............................189 1964-1968 ............................161 1969-1974 ............................248 1975-1978 ............................170 1979........................................43 1980-2009 ..........................1579

L 29 22 83 57 107 57 17 538

T 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 4

Pct. .628 .659 .695 .737 .697 .749 .713 .745

Seasons W 1992-2009 ............................324

L 126

T 0

Pct. .720

Seasons W 1992-2009 ..............................58

L 29

T 0

Pct. .667

Seasons W 1970, 1972................................8 1980-2009 ............................115 1965-1968 ..............................12 1956-1959, 1961-1963 ...........18 1975-1976, 1978 ......................4 1979..........................................0

L 4 68 9 17 6 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .667 .628 .571 .514 .400 .000

ACC Games Only Coach Years Mike Martin ............18

ACC Tournament Coach Years Mike Martin ............18

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Jack Stallings...........2 Mike Martin ............30 Fred Hatfield ............4 Danny Litwhiler ........7 Woody Woodward ...3 Dick Howser ............1

Florida State in the ACC (1992-2009) Year Overall 1992....................... 49-21-0 1993....................... 46-19-0 1994....................... 53-22-0 1995....................... 53-16-0 1996....................... 52-17-0 1997....................... 50-17-0 1998....................... 53-20-0 1999....................... 57-14-0 2000....................... 53-19-0 2001....................... 47-19-0 2002....................... 60-14-0 2003....................... 54-13-1 2004....................... 45-23-0 2005....................... 53-20-0 2006....................... 44-21-0 2007....................... 45-13-0 2008....................... 54-14-0 2009....................... 45-18-1

ACC 16-7-0 14-9-0 14-9-0 16-7-0 19-5-0 18-6-0 18-4-0 22-2-0 15-9-0 20-4-0 18-6-0 19-5-0 16-8-0 19-11-0 16-13-0 21-6-0 24-6-0 19-9-0

Finish 2nd 3rd 4th 2nd 1st 2nd 1st 1st 3rd 1st 1st 1st 3rd 4th T2nd-A 1st-A 1st-A 1st-A

ACC Trn. 3-2 3-2 4-2 5-1 4-2 5-0 4-2 2-2 2-2 3-2 5-0 3-2 5-1 2-2 3-2 1-2 2-1 2-2

PostSeason *6-3 2-2 *5-2 *5-2 *5-2 4-2 *4-2 *9-2 *8-4 4-2 4-2 4-3 3-3 3-2 2-2 2-2 *6-4 3-2

* denotes competed in College World Series

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GEORGIA TECH Georgia Tech Quick Facts

Location ............................................... Atlanta, Ga. Founded ........................................................1885 Enrollment .................................................. 20,291 Nickname ................... Yellow Jackets, Rambling Wreck Colors ........................................... Old Gold & White President ...............................Dr. G.P. “Bud” Peterson Athletics Director ............................... Dan Radakovich Stadium ....................... Russ Chandler Stadium (4,157) Athletic Website ......................www.ramblinwreck.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ...................... Danny Hall (Miami-Ohio ’77) Assistant Coaches ...............Tom Kinkelaar, Bryan Prince and Matt White

About the Yellow Jackets 2009 Overall Record...................................... 38-19-1 2009 Conference Record............... 17-10-1 (2nd, Coastal)

DANNY HALL

Lettermen Returning/Lost ................................... 24/4 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................6/3 Pitchers Returning/Lost ...................................... 11/1

GEORGIA TECH RECORD

MIAMI (OHIO) ’77

690-313-1 (16 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles ............................................. 0 ACC Titles .......................................................... 7 ACC Championship Record .................................65-49

CAREER RECORD

898-430-1 (22 YEARS)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ...............................25 NCAA Tournament Record ..................................59-51

ACC RECORD

259-147-1 (16 YEARS) 2010 Georgia Tech Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 27 28 30 31 32 35 36 37 38 39 42

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Name Pos Connor Winn ...................................IF Jarrett Didrick................................ OF Cole Leonida.................................... C Jeff Rowland ................................. OF Jeff Ussery ......................................IF Brandon Thomas ........................... OF Ben McKinney ....................... RHP/OF Jacob Esch ............................. RHP/IF Thomas Nichols...................... IF/RHP Evan Martin ............................... IF/OF Jason Garofalo .............................. 2B Patrick Long ........................... IF/RHP Clay Dalton ............................ RHP/1B Matt Skole .......................................IF Mark Pope .................................. RHP Chase Burnette .............................. OF Tony Plagman ............................... 1B Jay Dantzler ................................... OF Matt Simonds ............................ OF/IF Jake Davies ........................... LHP/1B Deck McGuire ............................. RHP Andrew Robinson ....................... RHP Brandon Cumpton ...................... RHP Buck Farmer ............................... RHP Sam Dove ..................................... INF Derek Dietrich................................ SS Zach Brewster .............................LHP Kevin Jacob ................................ RHP Jed Bradley..................................LHP Luke Bard ................................... RHP Taylor Wood ................................LHP Sean Devine................................ RHP

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

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

Wt 182 201 215 194 194 189 177 186 190 171 164 196 191 228 203 206 217 188 216 225 218 188 205 221 155 196 190 228 212 180 228 188

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

Hometown Suwanee, Ga. Rome, Ga. Aurora, Colo. Augusta, Ga. Hilton Head, S.C. Atlanta, Ga. Johnson City, Tenn. Chanhassen, Minn. Leesburg, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Alpharetta, Ga. Mechanicsville, Va. Kennesaw, Ga. Woodstock, Ga. Marietta, Ga. Buford, Ga. Alpharetta, Ga. Alpharetta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. McDonough, Ga. Richmond, Va. Senoia, Ga. Evans, Ga. Conyers, Ga. Brentwood, Tenn. Parma, Ohio Murrayville, Ga. Baltimore, Md. Huntsville, Ala. Charlotte, N.C. Suwanee, Ga. Kennesaw, Ga.

2010 Schedule

F19 MISSOURI STATE .........4:00 pm F20 MISSOURI STATE .........2:00 pm F21 MISSOURI STATE .........1:00 pm F23 at Georgia Southern ......6:00 pm F24 at Georgia Southern ......4:00 pm F26 XAVIER......................4:00 pm F27 XAVIER......................3:00 pm F28 XAVIER......................1:00 pm M2 WESTERN CAROLINA .....4:00 pm M3 RUTGERS ...................4:00 pm M6 RUTGERS ...................1:00 pm M7 RUTGERS ...................1:00 pm M10 at Mercer ...................6:00 pm M12 WAKE FOREST ........... 4:00 pm* M13 WAKE FOREST ........... 2:00 pm* M14 WAKE FOREST ........... 1:00 pm* M16 GEORGIA ...................7:00 pm M19 at Maryland .............. 6:00 pm* M20 at Maryland .............. 1:00 pm* M21 at Maryland .............. 1:00 pm* M24 MERCER ....................6:00 pm M26 at North Carolina ........ 7:00 pm* M27 at North Carolina ........ 6:00 pm* M28 at North Carolina ....... 1:00 pm * M30 at Georgia State ...........6:00 pm M31 at Kennesaw State ........6:00 pm A2 DUKE ...................... 7:00 pm* A3 DUKE ...................... 6:00 pm* A4 DUKE ...................... 1:00 pm* A6 KENNESAW STATE ........6:00 pm A9 at Virginia ................ 7:00 pm* A10 at Virginia ................ 4:00 pm* A11 at Virginia ....................Noon* A1A at Georgia ..................6:30 pm A16 CLEMSON ................ 7:00 pm* A17 CLEMSON (ACC TV) ....... 1:00 pm* A18 CLEMSON ................ 1:00 pm* A20 GEORGIA SOUTHERN .....6:00 pm A21 GEORGIA SOUTHERN .....4:00 pm A23 VIRGINIA TECH .......... 7:00 pm* A24 VIRGINIA TECH .......... 6:00 pm* A25 VIRGINIA TECH .......... 1:00 pm* A27 vs. Georgia ............... 7:00 pm# A30 at NC State ............... 6:30 pm* M1 at NC State (ACC TV) ...... 1:00 pm* M2 at NC State ............... 1:00 pm* M7 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO........7:00 pm M8 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO........6:00 pm M9 ILLINOIS-CHICAGO........1:00 pm M14 MIAMI ..................... 7:00 pm* M15 MIAMI ..................... 7:00 pm* M16 MIAMI ..................... 1:00 pm* M18 GEORGIA STATE ...........6:00 pm M20 at Boston College ...... 1:30 pm * M21 at Boston College ....... 1:30 pm* M22 at Boston College ....... 1:00 pm* M26-30 ACC Championship .........TBA

* denotes ACC game # at Turner Field (Atlanta) % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS


YELLOW JACKETS

2009 Results

F20 LIPSCOMB ..........................W, 9-0 F21 LIPSCOMB ........................W, 13-3 F22 LIPSCOMB ..........................W, 5-3 F24 at Ga.Southern ..................... L, 5-6 F25 at Ga. Southern ...................W, 5-3 F28 RUTGERS............................W, 6-4 F28 RUTGERS..........................W, 13-4 M6 *MARYLAND ......................W, 5-1 M7 *MARYLAND ....................W, 24-3 M8 *MARYLAND ....................W, 10-7 M10 MERCER ...........................W, 17-3 M11 KENNESAW ST ...................W, 5-4 M13 *BOSTON COLLEGE............W, 6-4 M17 at Kennesaw State .............W, 11-0 M18 KENNESAW ST .................W, 11-3 M20 *at Virginia Tech ...............W, 10-9 M21 *at Virginia Tech .................. L, 5-9 M22 *at Virginia Tech ...............W, 18-8 M24 GEORGIA STATE ................ L, 1-10 M27 *at Miami ..........................W, 13-9 M28 *at Miami ............................W, 6-4 M29 *at Miami ............................. L, 2-6 A3 *NORTH CAROLINA............. L, 2-4 A4 *NORTH CAROLINA..........W. 10-6 A5 *NORTH CAROLINA........... L, 3-10 A7 GA. SOUTHERN ..................W, 8-4 A8 GA. SOUTHERN ................. L, 3-23 A10 *VIRGINIA ..........................W, 7-6 A11 *VIRGINIA ....................... L, 11-10 A12 *VIRGINIA ........................... T, 4-4 A14 at Georgia .........................W, 11-6 A15 at Georgia State ................W, 18-2 A17 *at Wake Forest ................W, 13-2 A18 *at Wake Forest ..................W, 8-1 A19 *at Wake Forest ..................W, 6-0 A21 WEST. CAROLINA .............W, 16-7 A22 at West. Carolina ................ L, 9-10 A24 *at Clemson ........................W, 5-4 A25 *at Clemson ......................... L, 5-8 A26 *at Clemson ......................... L, 3-6 M1 PRESBYTERIAN ................W, 16-2 M2 PRESBYTERIAN............W, 9-8 (10) M3 PRESBYTERIAN ................W, 23-3 M8 *FLORIDA STATE..............W, 12-3 M9 *FLORIDA STATE................. L, 6-8 M10 *FLORIDA STATE................W, 6-5 M12 #Georgia .............................. L, 5-7 M14 *at Duke............................W, 10-3 M15 *at Duke............................... L, 4-6 M16 *at Duke............................... L, 3-5 ACC Championship M20 %Miami ............................... L, 6-8 M21 %Boston College.................. L, 3-7 M23 %Florida State.....................W, 9-2 NCAA Tournament (Atlanta, Ga.) M29 GEORGIA STATE .................W, 9-3 M30 SOUTHERN MISS .............. L, 7-10 M31 ELON...................................W, 8-4 M31 SOUTHERN MISS .............W, 10-3 J1 SOUTHERN MISS .............. L, 8-12 * denotes ACC game; # at Turner Field (Atlanta); ^ at Chattanooga, Tenn.; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors

Tony Plagman

Deck McGuire

1B • Senior • Alpharetta, Ga.

P• Junior• Richmond, Va.

Plagman’s The Man

Making History

Second-team All-ACC performer Tony Plagman started all 58 of Tech’s games at first base in 2009 ... Had 22 multi-hit and a team-best 21 multi-RBI games ... Hit safely in 48 games, including 15 of the final 16 on the year ... Had career-highs nine different offensive categories, including batting average (.354), runs scored (59), hits (87), doubles (18), RBI (73) ... His 73 RBI’s tied for the third most in the conference and his 16 home runs tied for sixth ... He is a three-time member of ACC All-Academic Team.

Deck McGuire became the first player in Georgia Tech history to be named ACC Pitcher of the Year in 2009 ... Finished the year tied for ninth in Tech history in season win percentage (.917), tied for 10th in wins (11) and 14th in strikeouts (118) ... Led the Jackets with an 11-2 record with a 3.50 ERA ... Had 118 strikeouts in 16 starts ... Held opponents to a .232 batting average ... Ranked in the top-three in the conference in appearances (16) , starts, wins and strikeouts ... His 11 wins ranked 10th in the nation.

2009 Georgia Tech Stats (38-19-1, 17-10-1 2nd ACC Coastal) Player AVG Matt Simonds....................750 Luke Murton......................354 Tony Plagman ..................354 Chase Burnette.................351 Jeff Rowland .....................340 Derek Dietrich ...................311 Jason Haniger ..................311 Evan Martin ......................311 Cole Leonida ....................306 Matt Skole.........................302 Chris House ......................293 Thomas Nichols ................290 Jason Garofalo .................286 Jay Dantzler......................281 Jake Davies ......................250 Brandon Miller ..................222 Jarrett Didrick ...................214 Connor Winn.....................207 Patrick Long......................163

GP 5 58 58 43 58 58 55 26 24 58 52 42 38 35 11 16 11 29 23

GS 0 58 58 22 58 58 55 9 21 58 37 27 22 17 2 0 0 6 14

AB 4 206 246 97 247 225 222 45 72 215 140 100 98 57 12 18 14 29 43

R 3 64 59 26 66 61 51 8 16 41 29 17 19 14 2 5 3 6 11

H 3 73 87 34 84 70 69 14 22 65 41 29 28 16 3 4 3 6 7

2B 3B 0 0 12 1 18 2 7 1 13 4 7 4 12 0 0 1 3 0 13 0 5 1 6 0 6 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 4 0

HR 1 20 16 8 8 10 8 1 5 17 3 2 3 5 1 2 0 1 0

RBI 5 63 73 29 39 54 50 11 14 58 24 15 19 12 2 3 0 4 4

TB SLG% 6 1.500 147 .714 157 .638 67 .691 129 .522 115 .511 105 .473 19 .422 40 .556 129 .600 57 .407 41 .410 47 .480 33 .579 6 .500 11 .611 5 .357 9 .310 11 .256

Totals ................................315 58 58 2090 501 658 111 16 111 479 1134 Opponents ........................267 58 58 2000 319 533 82 7 53 278 788 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV IP Patrick Long................ 3.24 0-1 17 0 0 0/0 0 16.2 Andrew Robinson ....... 3.35 1-0 27 2 0 0/1 1 45.2 Deck McGuire ............. 3.50 11-2 16 16 0 0/1 0 100.1 Jake Davies ................ 3.54 3-0 27 0 0 0/0 0 28.0 Zach Brewster ............ 3.73 1-3 32 0 0 0/1 1 31.1 Kevin Jacob ................ 4.69 5-3 22 7 0 0/0 0 55.2 Brandon Cumpton ...... 4.76 4-3 13 12 0 0/2 0 64.1 Jacob Esch ................. 4.82 0-0 14 0 0 0/0 1 18.2 Taylor Wood ............... 5.40 0-0 8 0 0 0/0 0 8.1 Zach Von Tersch ........ 5.79 6-2 14 13 0 0/1 0 60.2 Mark Pope .................. 6.00 5-1 25 0 0 0/2 8 27.0 Jed Bradley................. 6.65 2-3 12 8 0 0/1 0 44.2 Thomas Nichols .......... 7.71 0-1 11 0 0 0/1 1 11.2 Sean Devine ............. 18.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0

First-Team All-Americans ..............35 ACC Player of the Year ................... 4 ACC Pitcher of the Year .................. 1 ACC Freshman of the Year............... 5 ACC Coach of the Year ................... 6 All-ACC First Team ......................62 1980’s ..... 15 Totals .......................... 4.65 38-19 1990’s ..... 25 Opponents .................. 7.96 19-38 2000’s ..... 22

58 58 58 58

0 1

H 18 56 86 24 24 58 77 21 6 62 32 54 11 4

BB HBP SO GDP OB%SFSH SB ATT 0 2 1 0 .833 0 0 0 0 43 16 35 6 .496 1 0 4 8 12 9 43 6 .400 3 0 4 4 17 0 20 2 .447 0 0 1 2 31 2 41 1 .411 5 4 21 26 30 16 48 5 .426 1 1 5 5 18 10 35 9 .385 2 0 2 3 4 1 9 1 .380 0 1 3 3 11 2 15 1 .407 1 1 0 1 27 4 69 3 .384 4 0 2 3 17 6 16 4 .388 2 5 1 4 18 3 23 1 .407 2 0 0 2 8 6 13 2 .375 0 3 0 1 11 0 17 0 .397 0 1 5 6 5 0 3 1 .471 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 0 .286 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 .267 0 0 0 0 8 0 7 0 .378 0 3 2 2 14 1 9 1 .379 0 1 2 3

PO A E FLD% 2 0 0 1.000 82 3 3 .966 455 39 7 .986 29 1 1 .968 115 5 5 .960 75 141 14 .939 335 38 6 .984 7 25 2 .941 169 16 2 .989 29 80 9 .924 76 2 0 1.000 19 23 2 .955 51 70 5 .960 13 1 0 1.000 5 3 0 1.000 16 1 1 .944 3 0 0 1.000 22 28 3 .943 17 30 4 .922

.543 276 79 412 43 .411 22 20 52 73 1545 577 76 .394 234 38 523 37 .352 16 26 48 69 1510 571 71 R 7 19 51 12 18 34 44 11 5 47 21 36 10 4

3/3 12 515.0 533 319 0/0 12 503.1 658 501

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 6 5 21 4 0 2 17 20 34 10 0 1 39 41 118 16 3 8 11 16 25 3 0 1 13 16 35 5 0 4 29 29 54 8 1 7 34 22 63 11 2 3 10 6 19 1 0 3 5 5 11 2 0 2 39 35 52 9 0 8 18 16 27 6 0 1 33 17 49 5 0 9 10 5 13 1 1 2 4 1 2 1 0 2

.965 .967

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 68 .265 1 2 0 0 0 183 .306 2 2 0 3 1 370 .232 8 1 1 3 6 109 .220 3 2 3 0 0 112 .214 4 2 1 1 1 215 .270 12 2 0 0 3 258 .298 3 8 1 1 6 74 .284 1 2 0 1 0 30 .200 1 0 0 1 0 232 .267 11 3 0 3 5 106 .302 3 3 1 2 1 185 .292 8 7 0 1 2 48 .229 1 4 3 0 1 10 .400 0 0 0 0 0

266 234 523 82 7 53 2000 445 276 412 111 16 111 2090

.267 58 .315 41

38 10 16 79 6 22

26 20

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GEORGIA TECH Georgia Tech (1954-1979) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979

Coach Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Joe Pittard Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck Jim Luck

W 9 15 11 18 7 17 14 6 8 9 9 20 14 21 21 16 17 31 21 20 20 12 12 18 14 15

L 13 9 12 8 17 9 11 16 16 18 15 8 16 11 13 12 7 6 10 6 17 17 22 12 15 16

T 1 0 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0

Georgia Tech Coaching Records Pct. .413 .625 .478 .685 .292 .643 .560 .292 .333 .333 .375 .700 .467 .656 .618 .571 .700 .838 .677 .750 .541 .414 .353 .600 .483 .484

PostSeason

1-2

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

* denotes competed in College World Series

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Finish 7th 8th 5th 5th 5th 5th 2nd 1st 3rd 3rd 5th 2nd 4th 1st T2nd 3rd T4th 1st T2nd 5th 1st 4th 5th 2nd 1st 1st 3rd-C 4th-C 3rd-C 2nd-C

ACC Trn. 0-1 1-2 1-2 0-2 3-2 5-0 5-0 4-1 4-1 1-2 1-2 3-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 5-0 2-2 2-2 5-1 3-2 4-0 3-2 1-2 1-2 1-2

Seasons W 1900-1901 ..............................12 1902..........................................5 1903..........................................9 1904-1917 ............................163 1918-1920 ..............................35 1921-1931 ............................147 1932-1935, 1937-1939 ...........43 1940-1943 ..............................26 1946-1961 ............................169 1962-1981 ............................320 1982-1993 ............................504 1994-2009 ............................690

L 9 8 9 97 18 99 64 36 173 280 244 313

T 0 0 0 5 0 5 2 1 7 5 1 1

Pct. .571 .385 .500 .625 .660 .582 .404 .421 .494 .533 .674 .688

Seasons W 1994-2009 ............................259 1982-1993 ............................126 1980-1981 ................................4

L 147 84 23

T 1 1 0

Pct. .638 .600 .148

Seasons W 1982-1993 ..............................30 1994-2009 ..............................35 1980-1981 ................................1

L 18 27 3

T 0 0 0

Pct. .625 .565 .250

Seasons W 1971..........................................3 1994-98, 2000-06, 2008-09 ....40 1985-93 ..................................15 1959..........................................1

L 2 29 18 2

T 0 0 0 0

Pct. .600 .580 .455 .333

ACC Games Only 3-2

Coach Years Danny Hall .............16 Jim Morris ..............12 Jim Luck ..................2

ACC Tournament Coach Years Jim Morris ..............12 Danny Hall .............16 Jim Luck ..................2

Georgia Tech in the ACC (1980-2009) Year Overall 1980......................... 8-19-0 1981....................... 14-24-0 1982....................... 29-20-0 1983....................... 38-15-0 1984....................... 36-19-0 1985....................... 42-19-1 1986....................... 45-23-0 1987....................... 51-14-0 1988....................... 45-24-0 1989....................... 38-26-0 1990....................... 46-25-0 1991....................... 42-26-0 1992....................... 45-19-0 1993....................... 47-14-0 1994....................... 50-17-0 1995....................... 38-22-0 1996....................... 40-24-0 1997....................... 46-15-0 1998....................... 41-22-0 1999....................... 38-20-0 2000....................... 50-16-0 2001....................... 41-20-0 2002....................... 52-16-0 2003....................... 44-18-0 2004....................... 44-21-0 2005....................... 45-19-0 2006....................... 50-18-0 2007....................... 32-25-0 2008....................... 41-21-0 2009....................... 38-19-1

Career Records Coach Years Todd ........................2 Sammy Strang .........1 Irving ........................1 John Heisman........14 Joe Bean .................3 Kid Clay .................11 Bobby Dodd .............7 Roy Mundorf ............4 Joe Pittard .............16 Jim Luck ................20 Jim Morris ..............12 Danny Hall .............16

PostSeason

3-2 3-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 *7-2 0-2 3-2 2-2 3-2 3-2 0-2 *6-2 0-2 3-2 3-3 *5-2 2-2 3-2

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Jim Luck ..................1 Danny Hall .............14 Jim Morris ................9 Joe Pittard ...............1


MARYLAND Maryland Quick Facts Location .......................................College Park, Md. Founded ....................................................... 1856 Enrollment ................................................. 37,000 Nickname ............................................... Terrapins Colors .................................Red, White, Black & Gold President ...................................... Dr. C.D. Mote, Jr. Athletics Director .............................. Deborah A. Yow Stadium ................................... Shipley Field (2,500) Athletic Website ............................www.umterps.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ....................Erik Bakich (East Carolina ’00) Assistant Coaches ................... Sean Kenny, Dan Burton and Nolan Neiman

About the Terrapins 2009 Overall Record........................................ 27-27 2009 Conference Record................10-20 (T4th, Atlantic)

ERIK BAKICH

Lettermen Returning/Lost ................................. 17/14 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 3/6 Pitchers Returning/Lost ......................................11/3

MARYLAND RECORD

EAST CAROLINA ’00 0-0 (1ST YEAR)

ACC Divisional Titles ............................................ 0 ACC Titles ......................................................... 3 ACC Championship Record ................................ 17-52

CAREER RECORD 0-0 (1ST YEAR)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ............................... 3 NCAA Tournament Record ................................... 1-6

ACC RECORD

0-0 (1ST YEAR)

2010 Maryland Roster # 1 2 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 20 21 22 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 39 41

Name Pos Gerard Taylor................................ INF Alfredo Rodriguez Jr..................... INF Matthew Murakami....................... INF Dan Gentzler ............................... RHP Zachary Fisher .............................. INF Adam Kolarek ..............................LHP Jon Wilson .................................... OF Jimmy Reed ................................LHP Kyle Blackwell............................. RHP Eric Potter ...................................LHP David Poutier ................................ INF Ian Schwalenberg ....................... RHP Damien Akins ............................. RHP Sander Beck ............................... RHP Blair Delean ................................ RHP Matthew Passauer ...................... RHP Matt Fullerton ..............................LHP Brett Harman .............................. RHP Michael Rozak ............................... OF Charlie Haslup ............................ RHP John Dischert ..............................LHP Brandon Padula ............................. OF Curtis Lazar .................................. INF Richard Landa ............................ RHP Tyler Bennett ................................... C Gary Schneider ............................LHP Anthony Perez ............................... OF Jordan Hagel ................................. OF Tom Bailey....................................... C Kevin Tehansky ............................. OF Matthew Quinn ........................... RHP Jack Cleary ...................................... C Trey Hipp .................................... RHP

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

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

Wt 165 170 173 180 175 220 165 151 193 205 185 215 143 200 205 215 225 220 195 200 210 200 208 170 210 200 182 195 210 180 220 195 203

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

Hometown Clinton, Md. Oak Hill, Va. Herndon, Va. Berwyn, Pa. Baltimore, Md. Catonsville, Md. Pittsburgh, Pa. Gaithersburg, Md. Olney, Md. Crofton, Md. Yorktown, Va. Huntingtown, Md. Plainfield, N.J. Severna Park, Md. Falls Church, Va. Erie, Pa. Williamsport, Pa Westminster, Md. Darnestown, Md. Easton, Md. Wilmington, Del. Oakton, Va. Stafford, Va. Freeland, Md. Federalsburg, Md. Germantown, Md. Davidsonville, Md. Fairfield, Conn. Elkton, Md. Finksburg, Md. North Wales, Pa. Midlothian, Va. Alexandria, Va.

2010 Schedule F19 at Florida International ... 7:00 pm F20 at Florida International ... 6:00 pm F21 at Florida International ...... Noom F26 DELAWARE ................. 3:00 pm F27 DELAWARE ................. 1:00 pm F28 DELAWARE ................. 1:00 pm M2 VMI........................... 3:00 pm M3 TOWSON .................... 3:00 pm M5 HOFSTRA.................... 3:00 pm M6 HOFSTRA.................... 1:00 pm M7 HOFSTRA.................... 1:00 pm M12 at Virginia Tech ........... 5:30 pm* M13 at Virginia Tech ........... 2:00 pm* M14 at Virginia Tech ........... 1:00 pm* M16 OLD DOMINION ............ 4:00 pm M17 at William & Mary ......... 5:00 pm M19 GEORGIA TECH ............ 6:00 pm* M20 GEORGIA TECH ............ 1:00 pm* M21 GEORGIA TECH ............ 1:00 pm* M23 at James Madison ......... 6:30 pm M24 UMBC ........................ 4:00 pm M26 at Florida State............ 6:00 pm* M27 at Florida State............ 6:00 pm* M28 at Florida State........... 1:00 pm * M30 VCU .......................... 6:00 pm M31 NAVY......................... 6:00 pm A2 NORTH CAROLINA ........ 6:00 pm* A3 NORTH CAROLINA ........ 1:00 pm* A4 NORTH CAROLINA ........ 1:00 pm* A6 at George Mason........... 3:00 pm A7 WEST VIRGINIA ............ 6:00 pm A9 at Boston College * ........ 2:30 pm A10 at Boston College * ........ 1:30 pm A11 at Boston College * ........ 1:00 pm A1A at UMBC ..................... 7:00 pm A16 NC STATE .................. 6:00 pm* A17 NC STATE .................. 1:00 pm* A18 NC STATE .................. 1:00 pm* A20 at Old Dominion............ 6:00 pm A21 TOWSON .................... 6:00 pm A23 VIRGINIA ................... 6:00 pm* A24 VIRGINIA ................... 1:00 pm* A25 VIRGINIA ................... 1:00 pm* A27 GEORGE MASON ........... 6:00 pm A28 JAMES MADISON .......... 6:00 pm A30 at Miami * .................. 7:00 pm M1 at Miami * .................. 7:00 pm M2 at Miami * .................. 1:00 pm M3 at Towson ................... 3:00 pm M5 at Liberty .................... 3:00 pm M7 CLEMSON .................. 6:00 pm* M8 CLEMSON .................. 1:00 pm* M9 CLEMSON .................. 1:00 pm* M20 at Wake Forest ............ 6:00 pm* M21 at Wake Forest ............ 6:00 pm* M22 at Wake Forest ............ 1:00 pm* M26-30 ACC Championship ....... TBA%

*denotes ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS

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TERRAPINS 2009 Results F20 F21 F22 F24 F25 F27 F28 M6 M7 M8 M10 M11 M14 M15 M17 M18 M20 M21 M22 M24 M25 M27 M28 M29 M31 A1 A3 A4 A5 A7 A10 A11 A12 A14 A17 A18 A19 A21 A22 A24 A25 A26 A28 A29 M2 M3 M6 M8 M9 M10 M12

at UNC-Wilmington .............L, 4-10 at UNC-Wilmington ...............L, 5-7 at UNC-Wilmington ...............L, 4-7 COPPIN STATE ................. W, 16-1 at James Madison .................L, 1-5 QUINNIPIAC ..................... W, 11-10 QUINNIPIAC ...................... W, 10-2 QUINNIPIAC ........................ W, 7-1 *at Georgia Tech ..................L, 1-5 *at Georgia Tech ................L, 3-24 *at Georgia Tech .................L, 7-10 DELAWARE ......................... W, 6-1 MD. EASTERN SHORE ...... W, 11-4 *at NC State ..........................L, 3-8 *at NC State ........................ W, 3-1 *at NC State ........................ W, 9-3 at Old Dominion ..................L, 6-10 OLD DOMINION .................. W, 8-3 *BOSTON COLLEGE..............L, 2-6 *BOSTON COLLEGE............ W, 4-3 *BOSTON COLLEGE .............L, 2-5 at George Mason ...................L, 5-6 UMBC.................................. W, 8-1 *FLORIDA STATE .................L, 2-6 *FLORIDA STATE................L, 2-10 *FLORIDA STATE ...............L, 5-21 at Navy ................................ W. 7-3 MD. EASTERN SHORE ...... W, 12-3 *at Virginia............................L, 4-7 *at Virginia.......................... W, 8-7 *at Virginia..........................L, 2-17 TOWSON............................. W, 7-2 * VIRGINIA TECH ..................L, 3-5 * VIRGINIA TECH ..................L, 3-4 * VIRGINIA TECH .................L, 0-5 MOUNT ST. MARY’S ......... W, 13-2 *DUKE ............................... W, 4-1 *DUKE ...........................L, 4-8 (12) *DUKE .............................. W, 12-8 LA SALLE ............................ W, 6-5 GEORGE MASON ................ W, 9-6 *at North Carolina .................L, 4-7 *at North Carolina ...............L, 3-14 *at North Carolina .................L, 2-4 JAMES MADISON ............ W, 17-10 at West Virginia ................... W, 8-7 *at Clemson ........................L, 2-11 *at Clemson ..........................L, 4-7 *at Clemson ....................... W, 8-6 TOWSON........................... W, 10-7 *WAKE FOREST .................. W, 7-4 *WAKE FOREST ................ W, 10-9 *WAKE FOREST ................ W, 15-4 at Delaware ...........................L, 4-6

* denotes ACC game; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ...............7 ACC Player of the Year ...................2 ACC Pitcher of the Year ..................0 ACC Freshman of the Year...............0 ACC Coach of the Year ...................0 All-ACC First Team ..................... 49 1950’s .......10 1980’s ........5 1960’s .......17 1990’s ........2 1970’s .......13 2000’s ........2

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Brett Harman

Matthew Murakami

P• Junior • Westminster, Md.

2B• Sophomore • Herndon, Va.

Anchor On The Mound

Eyes A Bigger Role

Brett Harman looks to continue the steady improvement he showed as a sophomore in 2009 ... The hard-throwing righthander tied for the team lead in wins while striking out a team-high 75 batters and walking just 20 in 73.2 innings .... Harman posted the Terrapins’ lone complete game of 2009 season on May 8 vs. Wake Forest ... Harman tied a career high with 10 strikeouts vs. the Demon Deacons ... Versatile pitcher made 11 starts and came on in relief in nine.

Sophomore second baseman Matthew Murakami looks for more playing time in 2010 after making a strong first impression last season as a freshman ... Murakami appeared in 34 games last season, including 15 starts ... Virginia native batted .297 with 22 hits in 74 at-bats while hitting one homer and driving in 19 runs .... Had a career-high three hits and drove in three runs vs. Duke on April 19 ... Drove in two runs in three other games.

2009 Maryland Stats 27-27, 10-20 t-4th ACC Atlantic) Player AVG David Poutier ....................321 A.J. Casario ......................319 Mike Murphy .....................318 Will Greenberg..................317 Matthew Murakami ...........297 Tyler Bennett ....................293 Dan Benick .......................277 Gerry Spessard ................260 Alfredo Rodriguez .............252 Logan Welch.....................250 Mike Moss ........................247 Jensen Pupa.....................241 Mike Rozak .......................238 Curtis Lazar ......................217 Taylor Buran .....................171 Zack Helgeson..................000 Scott Swinson ...................000

GP 54 53 53 47 34 41 50 54 46 13 31 51 35 28 14 11 4

GS 54 53 53 47 15 23 49 50 40 0 22 50 3 16 8 3 0

AB 218 207 198 180 74 99 173 146 135 8 73 187 42 60 41 14 0

R 47 48 40 32 17 16 20 23 21 4 7 36 8 8 5 1 0

H 70 66 63 57 22 29 48 38 34 2 18 45 10 13 7 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 14 1 3 29 95 .436 10 1 10 45 108 .522 17 2 12 43 120 .606 13 2 2 21 80 .444 5 2 1 19 34 .459 4 0 8 31 57 .576 11 1 3 30 70 .405 6 2 2 21 54 .370 5 1 0 12 41 .304 0 0 0 2 2 .250 4 0 3 12 31 .425 11 0 3 21 65 .348 2 0 1 5 15 .357 3 0 0 7 16 .267 2 0 0 2 9 .220 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Totals ................................281 54 54 1855 333 522 107 12 48 300 797 Opponents ........................293 54 54 1885 349 553 129 14 54 326 872 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Taylor Buran ............... 0.00 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Dan Gentzler .............. 3.13 3-2 28 0 0 0/0 7 Blair Delean ................ 4.26 1-0 12 0 0 0/0 0 Matt Quinn .................. 4.50 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Adam Kolarek ............. 4.68 2-1 26 4 0 0/0 1 Ian Schwalenberg ....... 5.04 2-5 21 3 0 0/0 3 Sander Beck ............... 5.40 2-0 15 2 0 0/0 0 Scott Swinson ............. 5.54 4-7 15 13 0 0/0 0 Brett Harman .............. 5.99 4-5 20 11 1 0/0 0 Kyle Blackwell............. 6.00 2-0 13 0 0 0/0 0 Matt Fullerton.............. 6.05 4-4 14 11 0 0/0 0 Eric Potter ................... 7.54 2-2 17 7 0 0/0 0 Brett Jones ................. 8.92 1-1 16 3 0 0/0 0 Nathan Steelman ...... 11.25 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 Jensen Pupa............. 27.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 John Dischert............ 33.00 0-0 5 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 5.93 27-27 Opponents .................. 5.53 27-27

54 54 54 54

1 1

IP 2.1 37.1 19.0 4.0 50.0 44.2 21.2 76.1 73.2 18.0 41.2 37.0 35.1 4.0 1.0 3.0

H 1 35 16 4 60 52 30 98 79 18 49 45 48 6 3 9

BB HBP SO GDP OB%SF SH SB ATT 26 4 38 2 .403 0 5 8 10 31 2 64 2 .409 2 0 12 15 26 5 21 5 .407 2 0 3 5 22 1 28 2 .386 4 0 7 9 3 0 10 1 .325 0 3 1 2 6 3 25 2 .339 4 0 0 0 10 3 18 5 .326 1 5 1 5 34 6 42 4 .417 1 0 3 5 14 4 23 6 .335 2 4 3 3 0 1 2 0 .333 0 0 1 1 8 2 18 3 .337 0 1 0 0 34 1 26 2 .354 4 0 1 1 0 1 15 0 .256 0 0 3 5 10 0 12 2 .329 0 0 1 3 2 1 10 1 .227 0 0 0 0 3 4 7 1 .333 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 81 140 7 .969 120 4 6 .954 27 97 16 .886 374 20 2 .995 39 43 3 .965 182 14 1 .995 105 4 4 .965 61 3 2 .970 64 114 12 .937 2 4 0 1.000 143 11 1 .994 0 0 0 .000 18 0 0 1.000 125 7 2 .985 29 2 0 1.000 7 0 0 1.000 6 18 1 .960

.430 229 38 359 38 .368 20 18 44 64 1407 537 65 .463 215 45 384 38 .375 21 23 61 74 1402 555 69 R 0 13 10 2 30 33 15 54 56 12 31 33 41 5 3 11

0/0 11 469.0 553 349 1/1 14 467.1 522 333

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 0 2 1 0 0 0 13 8 27 5 2 2 9 12 8 3 0 2 2 0 1 1 0 1 26 29 31 13 2 1 25 14 43 11 0 8 13 14 20 5 1 2 47 22 59 19 5 10 49 20 75 23 2 12 12 9 13 3 1 3 28 15 27 16 0 1 31 29 45 11 0 6 35 31 25 18 1 2 5 3 4 0 0 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 11 5 4 1 0 1

.968 .966

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 7 .143 0 0 0 0 0 140 .250 4 6 0 1 1 67 .239 1 1 0 2 0 14 .286 0 1 0 0 0 197 .305 1 1 1 4 2 178 .292 5 3 0 2 2 94 .319 5 0 0 0 0 313 .313 3 11 0 2 6 300 .263 4 7 0 2 2 73 .247 3 3 0 0 0 168 .292 2 5 3 2 2 145 .310 7 2 1 3 4 148 .324 4 5 0 3 4 18 .333 1 0 0 0 0 6 .500 1 0 0 0 0 17 .529 0 0 1 0 0

309 215 384 129 14 54 1885 287 229 359 107 12 48 1855

.293 41 .281 57

45 38

6 21 8 20

23 18


MARYLAND Maryland in the ACC Year Overall 1954......................... 15-9-1 1955......................... 9-11-0 1956......................... 5-15-0 1957....................... 10-12-0 1958......................... 7-11-0 1959......................... 11-6-0 1960........................... 9-9-1 1961......................... 8-12-0 1962......................... 7-14-0 1963....................... 10-12-0 1964......................... 10-9-0 1965......................... 16-8-0 1966....................... 11-12-0 1967......................... 12-6-0 1968......................... 19-6-1 1969......................... 19-6-0 1970....................... 26-14-0 1971....................... 15-10-0 1972....................... 18-10-0 1973......................... 11-9-1 1974....................... 12-16-1 1975......................... 15-8-0 1976....................... 19-14-0 1977....................... 14-12-1 1978....................... 14-14-0 1979....................... 15-20-1 1980....................... 24-10-0 1981....................... 23-13-0 1982....................... 13-17-0 1983....................... 14-19-1 1984....................... 18-14-3 1985....................... 22-28-0 1986....................... 18-28-1 1987....................... 15-24-1 1988....................... 20-26-0 1989....................... 17-22-0 1990....................... 22-26-1 1991....................... 29-27-1 1992....................... 27-28-1 1993....................... 24-29-0 1994....................... 24-29-1 1995....................... 20-37-0 1996....................... 24-27-0 1997....................... 22-32-0 1998....................... 26-30-1 1999....................... 23-33-1 2000....................... 24-33-0 2001....................... 17-37-0 2002....................... 34-23-0 2003....................... 20-33-0 2004....................... 22-34-0 2005....................... 25-31-0 2006....................... 26-30-0 2007....................... 26-30-0 2008...........................30-26 2009...........................27-27

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

Finish 2nd 6th 8th T5th 7th 4th 6th 6th 7th 6th 3rd 1st 6th T2nd 2nd 2nd T1st T1st 3rd 6th T4th 3rd T2nd 2nd 4th T3rd 2nd 3rd 7th 6th 4th 7th 7th T5th 7th 7th 8th 8th 8th 9th 8th T8th 9th 9th T8th 8th 8th 9th 8th 8th T8th 10th 6th-A 6th-A T5th-A T4th-A

Maryland Coaching Records ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0-1 0-1 0-1 3-2 1-2 0-1 x 1-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 0-1 1-2 1-1 x x x x

PostSeason

Career Records Coach Years No Coach...............20 H.C. Byrd ...............10 H.B. Shipley ...........36 Elton “Jack” Jackson.30 Tom Bradley ..........10 Terry Rupp...............9

Seasons W 1893-1912 ..............................93 1913-1923 ..............................88 1924-1960 ............................367 1961-1990 ............................471 1991-2000 ............................243 2001-2009 ............................227

L 41 73 304 433 306 271

T 0 4 8 14 5 0

Pct. .694 .549 .546 .521 .443 .456

Seasons W 1961-1990 ............................208 1954-1960 ..............................35 1991-2000 ..............................57 2001-2009 ..............................61

L 211 53 173 183

T 2 0 0 0

Pct. .496 .398 .249 .250

Seasons W 1973-1978, 1980-1990 ...........11 2001-2005 ................................2 1991-2000 ................................4

L 30 6 16

T 0 0 0

Pct. .268 .250 .200

Seasons W 1965, 1970-1971 ......................1

L 6

T 0

Pct. .143

ACC Games Only 0-2

1-2 0-2

Coach Years Elton “Jack” Jackson.30 H.B. Shipley .............7 Tom Bradley ..........10 Terry Rupp...............9

ACC Tournament Coach Years Elton “Jack” Jackson .17 Terry Rupp...............5 Tom Bradley ..........10

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Elton “Jack” Jackson ..3

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MIAMI Miami Quick Facts Location ....................................... Coral Gables, Fla. Founded ....................................................... 1925 Enrollment ..................................................15,323 Nickname .............................................. Hurricanes Colors ....................................Orange, Green & White President ...................................Dr. Donna E. Shalala Athletics Director ................................... Kirby Hocutt Stadium ........................... Alex Rodriguez Park (5,000) Athletic Website ................... www.hurricanesports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ............................... Jim Morris (Elon ’73) Assistant Head Coach ............................. J. D. Arteaga Assistant Coaches ............Joe Mercadante, Roger Tomas

About the Hurricanes

JIM MORRIS

2009 Overall Record........................................ 38-22 2009 Conference Record................. 18-12 (3rd, Coastal) Lettermen Returning/Lost ...................................19/9 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 4/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ......................................10/4 ACC Division Titles ...............................................1 ACC Titles ..........................................................1 ACC Championship Record ................................... 6-6 NCAA Tournament Appearances .............................. 38 NCAA Tournament Record ................................172-82

ELON ’73

MIAMI RECORD

733-278-3 (16 YEARS)

CAREER RECORD

1,237-522-4 (28 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

220-137-2 (17 YEARS)

2010 Miami Roster # 2 4 7 8 9 10 13 16 17 18 19 21 22 24 27 28 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 44 46 47 48 51 55

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Name Pos Scott Lawson...................................IF Stephen Perez .............................. INF Zeke DeVoss.................................. OF Michael Broad .............................. INF Harold Martinez ............................ INF Nathan Melendres ......................... OF Sam Robinson .............................LHP Travis Miller................................ RHP Eric Erickson ...............................LHP Ethan Bornstein ...........................LHP Frankie Ratcliff.............................. INF Rony Rodriguez ............................ INF Chris Pelaez ................................... OF Yasmani Grandal ............................. C Chris Hernandez ..........................LHP Iden Nazario ................................LHP David Villasuso ................................ C Ted Blackman ................................ OF Jerad Grundy ...............................LHP Taylor Wulf ................................. RHP Kevin Youst ................................ RHP Jason Santana ............................ RHP Daniel Miranda ............................LHP Thomas Powers............................ INF Michael Rudman ........................ RHP Eric Whaley ................................ RHP E.J. Encinosa .............................. RHP Joe Lovecchio ............................ RHP David Gutierrez ........................... RHP Zach Robinson ............................. INF Ryan Perry................................OF/1B Steven Ewing ...............................LHP

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

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

Wt 185 172 171 170 200 185 175 210 190 228 173 200 205 210 195 192 198 180 183 235 195 200 220 160 170 181 230 189 165 193 190 223

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

Hometown Grapevine, Texas Miami, Fla. Mims, Fla. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Tequesta, Fla. Sarasota, Fla. Orlando, Fla. Key West, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Altamonte Springs, Fla. Johnsburg, Ill. Santa Fe, Texas Plantation, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Somers, Conn. Miami, Fla. Pompano Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Daytona Beach, Fla. Miami, Fla. Miami, Fla. Rocklin, Calif. Orlando, Fla.

2010 Schedule F19 RUTGERS ......................7:00 pm F20 RUTGERS ......................7:00 pm F21 RUTGERS ......................1:00 pm F24 FLORIDA GULF COAST.......6:00 pm F26 MANHATTAN ..................7:00 pm F27 MANHATTAN ..................7:00 pm F28 MANHATTAN ..................1:00 pm M2 at USF ..........................5:00 pm M5 FLORIDA .......................7:00 pm M6 FLORIDA .......................7:00 pm M7 FLORIDA .......................1:00 pm M9 at UCF ..........................6:30 pm M12 BOSTON COLLEGE ......... 7:00 pm* M13 BOSTON COLLEGE ......... 7:00 pm* M14 BOSTON COLLEGE ......... 1:00 pm* M16 FORDHAM .....................6:00 pm M17 FORDHAM .....................6:00 pm M19 at Duke ...................... 6:00 pm* M20 at Duke ...................... 2:00 pm* M21 at Duke ...................... 1:00 pm* M23 UCF .............................6:00 pm M26 at NC State .................. 6:30 pm* M27 at NC State.................. 6:30 pm* M28 at NC State .................. 1:00 pm* M31 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ..........6:00 pm A2 WAKE FOREST ............. 7:00 pm* A3 WAKE FOREST ............. 7:00 pm* A4 WAKE FOREST ............. 1:00 pm* A6 at Florida Atlantic ............6:30 pm A7 FLORIDA ATLANTIC ..........6:00 pm A9 at Virginia Tech ............ 5:30 pm* A10 at Virginia Tech (ACC TV) .... 1:00 pm* A11 at Virginia Tech ................Noon* A14 at Florida Gulf Coast .........6:30 pm A16 NORTH CAROLINA ......... 7:00 pm* A17 NORTH CAROLINA ......... 7:00 pm* A18 NORTH CAROLINA ......... 1:00 pm* A20 BETHUNE COOKMAN .........6:00 pm A23 at Florida State ............ 6:00 pm* A24 at Florida State (ACC TV) .... 1:00 pm* A25 at Florida State ...........11:00 am* A27 ST. THOMAS (FLA.) ..........6:00 pm A28 USF .............................6:00 pm A30 MARYLAND ................. 7:00 pm* M1 MARYLAND ................. 7:00 pm* M2 MARYLAND ................. 1:00 pm* M8 ALABAMA A&M ...............3:00 pm M8 ALABAMA A&M ...............7:00 pm M9 ALABAMA A&M ...............1:00 pm M14 at Georgia Tech ............ 7:00 pm* M15 at Georgia Tech ............ 6:00 pm* M16 at Georgia Tech ........... 1:00 pm* M20 VIRGINIA .................... 7:00 pm* M21 VIRGINIA .................... 7:00 pm* M22 VIRGINIA .................... 1:00 pm* M26-30 ................ ACC Championship%

* denotes ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS


HURRICANES 2009 Results F20 RUTGERS.................................. W, 6-1 F21 RUTGERS ................................. W, 4-2 RUTGERS................................... L, 4-5 F22 RUTGERS................................ W, 18-9 F27 at Florida ................................... W, 8-5 F28 at Florida .................................. W, 2-1 M1 at Florida ................................. W, 16-2 M3 RHODE ISLAND ......................... L, 0-3 M4 MT. ST. MARY’S ..................... W, 14-3 M6 *NC STATE ........................W, 7-6 (12) M7 *NC STATE .............................. W, 4-0 M8 *NC STATE .............................. W, 9-7 M10 SAINT JOSEPH’S .................... W, 11-6 M11 PITTSBURGH .......................... W, 11-6 M13 *DUKE ..................................... W, 5-4 M14 *DUKE ...................................... L, 0-2 M15 *DUKE ..................................... W, 7-6 M17 ST. THOMAS ............................. W, 8-0 M18 UMBC...................................... W, 11-1 M20 *at Virginia............................ ... L, 4-9 M21 *at Virginia ............................... W, 4-3 M22 *at Virginia............................ .. W, 7-5 M24 OHIO STATE............................... L, 1-7 M25 at Florida Atlantic .................... W, 13-6 M27 *GEORGIA TECH ................... . L, 9-13 M28 *GEORGIA TECH ....................... L, 4-6 M29 *GEORGIA TECH ...................... W, 6-2 A1 BARRY .................................. W, 15-10 A3 *FLORIDA STATE .................... L, 4-14 A4 *FLORIDA STATE ..................... W, 6-4 A5 *FLORIDA STATE ................... W, 8-14 A7 FLA. ATLANTIC ........................ W, 8-7 A10 *at Clemson .......................... W, 12-8 A11 *at Clemson .......................... ... L, 1-9 A12 *at Clemson .......................... ... L, 6-9 A14 FLA. ATLANTIC ......................... W, 3-1 A17 *at North Carolina ..................... L, 0-3 A18 *at North Carolina............... L, 4-5 (10) A19 *at North Carolina ...................... L, 4-1 A22 FLA. GULF COAST ................... W, 13-7 A24 *VIRGINIA TECH ....................... W, 4-1 A25 *VIRGINIA TECH ................... ... L, 4-7 A26 *VIRGINIA TECH ................... W, 11-3 A28 NORTH FLORIDA ..................... L, 1-10 M1 *at Boston College ................... W, 5-1 M2 *at Boston College ................... W, 7-5 M3 *at Boston College ................ . L, 3-13 M8 BETH. COOKMAN ....................... L, 0-1 M9 BETH. COOKMAN .................... W, 14-4 M10 BETH. COOKMAN ....................... L, 2-5 M14 *at Wake Forest ..................... W, 23-5 M16 *at Wake Forest ..................... W, 19-6 M16 *at Wake Forest ....................... W, 4-2 ACC Championship M20 %Georgia Tech ......................... W, 8-6 M21 %Florida State............................ L, 2-4 M22 %Boston College...................... L, 1-10 NCAA Tournament (Gainesville, Fla.) M29 Jacksonville .............................. W, 9-4 M30 at Florida .................................... L, 2-8 M31 Jacksonville .............................. W, 4-0 M31 at Florida .................................. L, 5-16 denotes ACC game; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors

Yasmani Grandal

Scott Lawson

C• Junior • Miami, Fla.

2B • Senior • Grapevine, Texas

Quite A Catch Yasmani Grandal earned 2010 Preseason All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball (Louisville Slugger) after a stellar 2009 campaign ... Grandal batted .299 with 16 home runs and 45 RBIs, and was outstanding defensively ... A second-team All-ACC selection, the Miami native led the Hurricanes with a 1.081 OPS in 2009 and ranked second on the team in slugging percentage (.599) and total bases (118) ... Grandal was a key member of Team USA during its championship run at the 2009 World Baseball Challenge.

Forceful Hurricane Scott Lawson earned second-team All-ACC honors in 2009, which saw him place second on Miami’s team with a .333 batting average and led the Hurricanes in hits with 75 and in stolen bases with 10 ... Lawson started 59 of Miami’s 60 games ... The Grapevine, Texas, native came to Miami prior to last season after back-to-back seasons of hitting better than .420 at the junior college level ... Lawson led Grayson Community College to the 2008 Junior College World Series title, hitting .468 with six homers, 40 RBI and 22 stolen bases.

2009 Miami Stats (38-22, 18-12 3rd ACC Coastal) Player AVG Chris Herrmann ................341 Scott Lawson ....................333 Jason Hagerty ..................315 Dave DiNatale ..................311 Yasmani Grandal ..............299 Vickash Ramjit ..................292 Ted Blackman...................273 Nathan Melendres ............272 Harold Martinez ................270 Ryan Jackson ...................263 Jonathan Weislow ............254 David Villasuso .................233 Iden Nazario .....................231 Ryan Perry........................200 Thomas Powers................158

GP 60 59 60 59 59 26 44 59 60 56 26 20 19 9 14

GS 60 59 60 57 57 10 36 51 60 56 21 2 6 1 4

AB 214 225 200 209 197 48 128 195 233 194 67 30 26 10 19

R 59 50 58 36 48 6 21 29 35 38 18 3 1 4 2

H 73 75 63 65 59 14 35 53 63 51 17 7 6 2 3

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 13 0 9 44 113 .528 21 1 4 34 110 .489 15 3 14 61 126 .630 15 0 6 39 98 .469 11 0 16 45 118 .599 3 0 0 6 17 .354 4 0 0 13 39 .305 9 1 1 20 67 .344 11 0 9 47 101 .433 9 1 4 28 74 .381 3 0 4 15 32 .478 3 0 1 6 13 .433 2 0 0 6 8 .308 2 0 0 3 4 .400 1 0 0 0 4 .211

Totals ................................294 60 60 1995 408 586 122 6 68 367 924 Opponents ........................259 60 60 2016 320 522 94 14 56 286 812 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Kyle Bellamy ............... 0.97 3-1 30 0 0 0/0 16 Michael Rudman......... 1.71 3-0 14 0 0 0/1 1 Taylor Wulf ................. 3.24 2-0 14 0 0 0/1 0 Rene Guerra ............... 3.72 1-1 16 0 0 0/0 0 Kevin Youst ................ 4.05 0-0 7 2 0 0/0 0 Sam Robinson ............ 4.30 0-0 22 0 0 0/0 0 Travis Miller ................ 4.33 3-0 19 3 0 0/0 0 David Gutierrez........... 4.38 4-6 16 13 1 1/1 0 Chris Hernandez......... 4.76 7-5 15 15 0 0/0 0 Daniel Miranda ........... 4.86 3-3 27 4 0 0/2 0 Jason Santana............ 5.40 6-1 15 7 0 0/0 1 Iden Nazario ............... 7.26 6-5 15 15 0 0/0 0 John Housey............... 9.33 0-0 10 1 0 0/0 1 D.J. Swatscheno....... 45.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0

First-Team All-Americans .............. 39 ACC Player of the Year ....................1 ACC Pitcher of the Year ...................1 ACC Freshman of the Year................1 ACC Coach of the Year ....................1 All-ACC First Team ...................... 13 Totals .......................... 4.71 38-22 2000’s .....13

Opponents .................. 6.21 22-38

60 60 60 60

1 3

IP 46.1 21.0 16.2 19.1 13.1 23.0 35.1 72.0 90.2 53.2 58.1 62.0 18.1 1.0

H 23 11 16 16 11 29 30 73 95 59 63 71 22 3

BB HBP SO GDP OB%SF SH SB ATT 41 7 46 4 .458 2 4 7 8 40 8 23 5 .444 4 6 10 19 43 9 49 5 .451 3 5 9 13 21 4 61 0 .383 1 4 9 10 34 5 37 8 .410 3 1 2 3 3 3 8 2 .370 0 1 1 1 25 5 23 9 .411 0 4 1 3 21 1 43 2 .341 3 4 7 10 17 3 54 3 .323 4 3 4 9 32 2 33 2 .362 7 8 9 13 11 4 13 0 .390 0 5 2 3 0 0 12 1 .233 0 0 0 0 6 0 11 2 .375 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 .308 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 1 .200 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 75 31 14 .883 103 183 13 .957 407 30 8 .982 80 2 1 .988 377 25 10 .976 91 4 0 1.000 11 0 0 1.000 115 2 2 .983 143 97 19 .927 100 151 9 .965 34 2 0 1.000 26 1 0 1.000 2 8 0 1.000 3 0 0 1.000 7 13 0 1.000

.463 297 51 422 45 .394 28 45 61 92 1593 638 80 .403 206 52 479 47 .340 21 39 47 71 1549 633 89 R 7 7 9 9 11 14 20 40 55 31 41 52 19 5

3/2 19 531.0 522 320 4/3 10 516.1 586 408

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 5 20 63 0 1 1 4 6 23 0 0 2 6 8 20 4 0 2 8 7 18 2 0 3 6 5 10 2 0 1 11 9 15 3 1 2 17 14 25 3 0 4 35 31 55 11 3 9 48 31 93 20 2 5 29 11 36 13 0 5 35 18 36 10 3 9 50 37 72 18 4 9 19 7 13 6 0 4 5 2 0 2 0 0

.965 .961

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 156 .147 1 4 0 2 4 74 .149 5 2 1 0 1 62 .258 1 1 0 2 0 67 .239 0 2 1 1 4 52 .212 0 2 0 1 0 94 .309 1 2 0 0 2 125 .240 5 3 0 4 3 274 .266 1 6 0 2 6 346 .275 6 10 0 3 4 209 .282 6 9 0 3 5 226 .279 4 2 2 2 4 249 .285 8 8 1 1 6 76 .289 5 1 0 0 0 6 .500 0 0 1 0 0

278 206 479 94 14 56 2016 356 297 422 122 6 68 1995

.259 43 .294 69

52 51

6 21 5 28

39 45

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MIAMI Miami (1954-2004) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach Eddie Dunn Perry Moss Jimmie Foxx Jimmie Foxx Whitey Campbell Jack Harding Whitey Campbell Whitey Campbell Whitey Campbell Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Ron Fraser Brad Kelly Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris Jim Morris

W 10 15 9 11 16 15 19 17 17 18 20 23 19 23 27 31 28 35 32 42 51 45 41 44 50 55 59 61 55 61 48 64 50 35 52 49 52 46 55 36 49 48 50 51 51 50 41 53 34 45 50

L 11 7 8 12 11 10 7 9 9 9 9 12 18 15 11 11 15 11 17 17 11 14 15 13 12 11 12 10 17 21 28 16 17 24 14 18 13 17 10 22 14 17 14 18 12 13 19 12 29 17 13

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

Miami in the ACC (2005-2008) Year Overall 2005....................... 41-19-1 2006....................... 42-24-0 2007....................... 37-24-0 2008....................... 53-11-0 2009....................... 38-22-0

ACC 19-10-1 17-13-0 17-13-0 23-5-0 18-12-0

* denotes competed in College World Series

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Finish 3rd 4th-C 3rd-C 1st-C 3rd-C

Miami Coaching Records Pct. .476 .682 .529 .478 .593 .596 .731 .638 .654 .667 .683 .653 .513 .648 .705 .738 .648 .761 .653 .712 .823 .763 .732 .772 .806 .823 .831 .859 .760 .744 .632 .800 .746 .592 .784 .731 .800 .730 .846 .621 .778 .738 .781 .739 .810 .794 .680 .815 .540 .722 .794 ACC Trn. 0-2 1-2 1-2 3-0 1-2

PostSeason

Career Records Coach Years Jack Harding............2 Eddie Dunn ..............9 Perry Moss ..............1 Jimmie Foxx ............2 Whitey Campbell .....4 Ron Fraser.............30 Brad Kelley ..............1 Jim Morris ..............16

Seasons W 1940, 1959.............................. 16 1946-1954 .............................. 82 1955........................................ 15 1956-1957 .............................. 20 1958, 1960-1962 .................... 69 1962-1992 .......................... 1271 1993........................................ 36 1994-2009 ............................ 733

L 14 73 7 20 36 438 22 278

T 1 1 0 0 3 9 0 3

Pct. .516 .522 .682 .500 .653 .742 .621 .724

Seasons W 2005-2009 ..............................94

L 53

T 1

Pct. .639

Seasons W 2005-2009 ................................7

L 8

T 0

Pct. .467

Seasons W 1994-2009 ..............................86 1971, 1973-1992 ....................86 1993..........................................0

L 35 45 2

T 0 0 0

Pct. .711 .656 .000

ACC Games Only Coach Years Jim Morris ................5 1-2 3-2 *7-3 2-2 1-2 3-2 *6-3 *3-2 *5-2 *5-2 *8-0 2-2 *5-3 *8-2 *7-2 0-2 *5-2 *5-3 3-2 1-2 *6-3 0-2 *5-2 *6-3 *7-2 *7-3 *5-3 *9-0 4-2 *9-0 4-3 *6-3 *6-2 PostSeason 3-2 *6-3 1-2 *6-3 2-2

ACC Tournament Coach Years Jim Morris ................5

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Jim Morris ..............16 Ron Fraser.............21 Brad Kelley ..............1


NORTH CAROLINA

2010 Schedule

North Carolina Quick Facts Location .........................................Chapel Hill, N.C. Founded ........................................................1789 Enrollment .................................................. 17,895 Nickname ................................................ Tar Heels Colors ..................................... Carolina Blue & White Chancellor .......................................... Holden Thorp Athletics Director .................................. Dick Baddour Stadium .............................Boshamer Stadium (4,100) Athletic Website ........................ www.tarheelblue.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ..................... Mike Fox (North Carolina ’78) Associate Head Coach/Pitching Coach .......... Scott Forbes Assistant Coaches .................Scott Jackson, Matt McCay

About the Tar Heels

MIKE FOX NORTH CAROLINA ’78

2008 Overall Record........................................ 48-18 2008 Conference Record..................19-10 (1st, Coastal) Lettermen Returning/Lost ................................. 16/12 Starters Returning/Lost ....................................... 5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ....................................... 8/5 ACC Divisional Titles ............................................. 3 ACC Titles .......................................................... 9 ACC Championship Record .................................65-60 NCAA Tournament Appearances ...............................24 NCAA Tournament Record ..................................79-54

NORTH CAROLINA RECORD 500-208-1 (11 YEARS)

CAREER RECORD

1,040-349-5 (26 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

179-110-1 (11 YEARS)

2010 North Carolina Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 14 16 17 19 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 42 43 44

Name Pos Tommy Coyle ...........................2B/3B Chaz Frank ..................................... OF Ben Bunting ................................... OF Zach Bernard ...............................LHP Jacob Stallings ........................ C/RHP Levi Michael ....................... 3B/2B/SS Dillon Hazlett ...................... 2B/3B/SS R.C. Orlan ....................................LHP Mike Cavasinni .............................. OF Josh Leemhuis .............................. OF Greg Holt ............................... RHP/1B Seth Baldwin ............................OF/1B Patrick Johnson.......................... RHP Jeff May........................................... C Garrett Davis .............................. RHP Matt Harrison ...........................3B/1B Ryan Graepel ............................SS/3B Colin Bates ................................. RHP Brett Knief ..................................... OF Brian Goodwin ............................... OF Michael Morin ............................ RHP Nate Striz .................................... RHP Jimmy Messer ............................ RHP Bryant Gaines ............................. RHP Cody Stiles ................................. RHP Jesse Wierzbicki .........................C/1B Tim Brechbuehler ....................... RHP Chris Munnelly ........................... RHP Cody Penny ................................ RHP Teddy Mitrosilis .......................... RHP Parker Thomas ........................... RHP Tarron Robinson ........................... 1B Matt Harvey ................................ RHP Bryn Renner .............................1B/OF

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

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

Wt 170 160 157 165 200 175 180 175 160 180 205 196 170 205 195 175 170 170 185 190 180 229 195 220 180 190 200 170 195 200 225 210 225 195

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

Hometown Chalfont, Pa. Lexington, N.C. Randleman, N.C. Durham, N.C. Brentwood, Tenn. Welcome, N.C. Topeka, Kan. Glen Allen, Va. Huntersville, N.C. Potomac, Md. Clemmons, N.C. Forest City, N.C. Conover, N.C. Stem, N.C. Fremont, N.C. Henderson, Nev. Greenville, N.C. Naperville, Ill. Ramsey, N.J. Rocky Mount, N.C. Leawood, Kan. Lakeland, Fla. Hudson, N.C. Weddington, N.C. Coral Springs, Fla. Newnan, Ga. Gillette, N.J. Winston-Salem, N.C. Sawmills, N.C. Redondo Beach, Calif. Winston-Salem, N.C. Chapel Hill, N.C. Mystic, Conn. West Springfield, Va.

F19 GEORGE WASHINGTON ..3:00 pm F20 GEORGE WASHINGTON ..2:00 pm F21 GEORGE WASHINGTON ..1:00 pm F23 UNC GREENSBORO .......3:00 pm F26 MAINE.......................3:00 pm F27 MAINE.......................2:00 pm F28 MAINE.......................1:00 pm M2 GARDNER-WEBB ..........3:00 pm M3 MICHIGAN ..................3:00 pm M6 MICHIGAN ..................2:00 pm M7 MICHIGAN ..................1:00 pm M9 WILLIAM & MARY.........3:00 pm M10 ST. JOHN’S.................3:00 pm M12 at Duke.................... 6:00 pm* M13 at Duke................... 2:00 pm * M14 at Duke.................... 1:00 pm* M16 PRINCETON ................3:00 pm M17 PRINCETON ................6:00 pm M19 FLORIDA STATE ......... 7:00 pm* M20 FLORIDA STATE ......... 2:00 pm* M21 FLORIDA STATE ......... 1:00 pm* M24 at UNC Greensboro .......6:00 pm M26 GEORGIA TECH ............7:00 pm M27 GEORGIA TECH ............6:00 pm M28 GEORGIA TECH ............1:00 pm M30 WINTHROP .................6:00 pm M31 RICHMOND .................6:00 pm A2 at Maryland .............. 6:00 pm* A3 at Maryland .............. 1:00 pm* A4 at Maryland .............. 1:00 pm* A6 at Elon ......................7:00 pm A9 NC STATE ................. 7:00 pm* A10 NC STATE ................. 6:00 pm* A11 NC STATE ................. 1:00 pm* A14 COASTAL CAROLINA ......6:00 pm A16 at Miami .................. 7:00 pm* A17 at Miami .................. 7:00 pm* A18 at Miami .................. 1:00 pm* A21 DAVIDSON..................6:00 pm A23 at Clemson ............... 6:30 pm* A24 at Clemson ............... 6:30 pm* A25 at Clemson ............... 1:00 pm* A27 HIGH POINT ................6:00 pm A28 at Charlotte.................6:00 pm M3 ELON ........................6:00 pm M7 WAKE FOREST ........... 7:00 pm* M8 WAKE FOREST (ACC TV) ... 1:00 pm* M9 WAKE FOREST ........... 1:00 pm* M12 COLL. OF CHARLESTON..6:00 pm M14 at Virginia ................ 7:00 pm* M15 at Virginia (ACC TV) ....... 1:00 pm* M16 at Virginia ................ 1:00 pm* M18 CHARLOTTE ................6:00 pm M20 VIRGINIA TECH ............6:00 pm M21 VIRGINIA TECH ............7:00 pm M22 VIRGINIA TECH ............2:00 pm M26-30 ............%ACC Championship * denotes ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS

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2009 Results F20 F21 F22 F24 F25 F27

VMI ....................................W, 13-3 VMI ......................................W, 6-0 VMI ....................................W, 11-3 COAST. CAROLINA ............... L, 3-7 LIBERTY...............................W, 9-5 SETON HALL ........................W, 5-1 SETON HALL ........................W, 4-3 F28 SETON HALL ......................W, 10-3 M4 GARDNER-WEBB ...............W, 10-3 M6 *CLEMSON.....................L, 4-5 (10) M7 *CLEMSON ..........................W, 5-2 M8 *CLEMSON ..........................W, 9-8 M10 APPALACHIAN ST ................W, 9-8 M11 APPALACHIAN ST ..............W, 12-3 M13 *at Virginia Tech ..................W, 7-3 M15 *at Virginia Tech ................W, 13-5 M17 PRINCETON .......................W, 17-0 M18 PRINCETON .........................W, 6-1 M20 *DUKE .................................W, 8-5 M21 *DUKE .................................. L, 4-5 M22 *DUKE ................................ L, 9-10 M24 at UNC Wilmington ..............W, 8-1 M25 CHARLOTTE .......................... L, 1-2 M27 *VIRGINIA ...........................W, 4-3 M28 *VIRGINIA ............................ L, 2-5 M29 *VIRGINIA ...........................W, 6-5 M31 DAVIDSON ...........................W, 9-4 A1 OLD DOMINION ...................W, 7-6 A3 *at Georgia Tech ..................W, 4-2 A4 *at Georgia Tech...........L, 6-10 (11) A5 *at Georgia Tech ................W, 10-3 A7 EAST CAROLINA ..................W. 3-1 A8 RICHMOND ........................W, 12-8 A10 *at Florida State .................... L, 2-3 A11 *at Florida State .................W, 12-7 A12 *at Florida State .................... L, 8-9 A14 HIGH POINT ........................ L, 9-11 A15 WINTHROP ......................... L, 4-20 A17 *MIAMI ................................W, 3-0 A18 *MIAMI..........................W, 5-4 (10) A19 *MIAMI ................................W, 4-1 A21 UNC WILMINGTON ..............W, 7-5 A22 at East Carolina ..................... L, 0-4 A24 *MARYLAND .......................W, 7-4 A25 *MARYLAND .....................W, 14-3 A26 *MARYLAND .......................W, 4-2 M5 ELON..................................W, 15-6 M7 LONGWOOD..................W, 5-4 (12) M8 *at NC State .......................... L, 0-3 M9 *at NC State .........................W, 5-2 M10 *at NC State .......................... L, 4-9 M12 at Charlotte ..........................W, 4-1 M14 *at Boston College ................ L, 1-3 M15 *at Boston College ........... W, 16-10 M16 *at Boston College ...............W, 8-1 ACC Championship M20 %Duke .................................W, 8-3 M22 %Virginia ............................ L, 1-11 M23 %Clemson.......................L 3-4 (11) NCAA Tournament at Chapel Hill, NC M29 DARTMOUTH ........................W, 5-2 M30 COAST. CAROILNA. ...........W, 14-5 M31 KANSAS .............................W, 12-1 NCAA Super Regional at Chapel Hill, NC J6 EAST CAROLINA .................W,10-1 J7 EAST CAROLINA ..................W, 9-3 NCAA College World Series at Omaha, Neb.

J14 Arizona State..................L, 2-5 (10) J16 Southern Miss.......... .........W, 11-4 J18 Arizona State ....................... L, 5-12 *denotes ACC game; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in ALL CAPSMI

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ............. 26 ACC Player of the Year ...................6 ACC Pitcher of the Year ..................2 ACC Freshman of the Year...............4 ACC Coach of the Year ...................2 All-ACC First Team ..................... 99 1950’s ........8 1980’s ...... 20 1960’s ...... 23 1990’s ...... 13 1970’s ...... 15 2000’s ...... 20

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TA R H E E L S Mike Cavasinni

OF• Senior • Huntersville, N.C.

Colin Bates

P• Jr. • Naperville, Ill.

Comeback Kid

Steady In Relief

Mike Cavasinni started 62 games in center field last season after battling injuries in 2007 and 2008 ... Batted .272 with 43 runs scored and a career-best 24 RBI ... Stole nine bases in 12 chances ... Led the team with 11 sacrifice bunts ... Had 14 multi-hit games and three multi-RBI outings ... Had an outstanding postseason, batting .444 (12-27) with six runs and three RBI ... Went 6-for-13 at the College World Series, including two hits in each game ... Went 4-for-7 with two runs in the Super Regional sweep of East Carolina.

Colin Bates earned a spot on the NCBWA 2010 Preseason All-America Team after a standout sophomore season ... Made 34 relief appearances as Carolina’s top right-hander out of the bullpen ... Went 4-4 with six saves and a 3.15 ERA over 60 innings ... Struck out 59 and walked just 19, while holding the opposition to a .240 average ... Finished second in the ACC in appearances and ranked eighth in saves ... Named to the 2009 All-ACC Academic Baseball Team ... Expected to join the starting rotation this season.

2009 North Carolina Stats (48-18, 19-10 1st ACC Coastal) Player AVG Logan Munson ...............1.000 Dustin Ackley ....................417 Kyle Seager ......................393 Ben Bunting ......................336 Mike McKee ......................375 Garrett Gore .....................311 Mark Fleury.......................309 Levi Michael......................290 Ryan Graepel ...................283 Mike Cavasinni .................272 Jacob Stallings .................246 Brett Thomas ....................238 Seth Baldwin.....................229 Greg Holt ..........................190 Tarron Robinson ...............174 Ryan Norton .....................156 Matt Harrison ....................130 Alex White ........................000

GP 1 66 66 66 8 64 66 65 66 63 26 34 28 27 31 37 19 4

GS 0 66 66 66 0 64 66 65 66 62 19 14 8 11 9 7 5 0

AB 1 266 262 274 8 270 243 262 247 217 57 42 48 42 46 32 23 2

R 0 75 59 63 1 52 59 54 36 43 8 4 9 2 5 9 2 1

H 1 111 103 92 3 84 75 76 70 59 14 10 11 8 8 5 3 0

2B 3B 0 0 18 4 26 4 12 4 0 0 6 3 19 3 15 4 17 1 5 4 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0

HR 0 22 6 2 0 6 12 13 2 0 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0

RBI 2 73 62 37 1 44 60 57 42 24 9 8 14 5 7 2 0 0

TB SLG% 1 1.000 203 .763 155 .592 118 .431 3 .375 114 .422 136 .560 138 .527 95 .385 72 .332 15 .263 15 .357 21 .438 11 .262 14 .304 6 .188 4 .174 0 .000

Totals ................................313 66 66 2342 482 733 125 28 69 447 1121 Opponents ........................244 66 66 2243 287 547 89 7 50 264 800 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV IP Jacob Stallings ........... 0.00 1-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 2.0 Greg Holt .................... 1.69 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 1 10.2 Brian Moran ................ 2.31 7-1 36 0 0 0/2 4 66.1 Logan Munson ............ 2.61 1-1 19 0 0 0/0 2 20.2 Colin Bates ................. 3.15 4-4 34 0 0 0/1 6 60.0 Adam Warren ............. 3.31 10-2 17 16 0 0/1 0 98.0 Patrick Johnson .......... 3.49 2-2 23 7 0 0/2 1 56.2 Alex White .................. 3.87 8-4 16 16 1 1/0 0 107.0 Bryant Gaines ............. 4.08 4-0 10 7 0 0/0 1 35.1 Nate Striz .................... 4.12 2-0 26 0 0 0/0 1 24.0 Garrett Davis .............. 4.50 0-1 9 1 0 0/1 0 8.0 Matt Harvey ................ 5.40 7-2 21 13 0 0/0 1 75.0 Ryan Leach ................ 5.40 0-1 8 1 0 0/0 0 8.1 Jimmy Messer ............ 6.08 2-0 10 5 0 0/1 0 23.2 Totals .......................... 3.73 48-18 Opponents .................. 6.46 18-48

66 66 66 66

1 0

H 0 9 47 25 53 83 46 93 37 21 7 88 9 29

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB AT T PO A E FLD% 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 .500 50 5 34 1 .512 3 0 13 18 510 30 2 .996 45 6 38 7 .487 3 3 13 14 40 96 13 .913 35 8 30 4 .423 2 5 5 8 102 2 1 .990 0 0 2 0 .375 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 .667 16 4 37 6 .356 2 8 5 10 129 11 4 .972 40 1 67 4 .400 6 3 1 3 528 36 6 .989 26 14 56 5 .377 6 2 5 9 102 179 15 .949 33 4 34 4 .374 2 3 2 5 66 158 12 .949 30 10 40 0 .384 1 11 9 12 102 3 4 .963 10 2 18 1 .366 2 5 0 0 128 9 2 .986 13 1 20 1 .421 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 .500 3 0 17 0 .264 2 0 1 1 3 0 0 1.000 6 0 14 0 .292 0 0 1 1 6 4 1 .909 4 0 16 0 .235 1 0 0 0 7 1 0 1.000 3 1 10 1 .250 0 3 2 2 11 0 0 1.000 1 1 9 1 .200 0 0 0 0 15 1 0 1.000 0 0 2 0 .000 0 0 0 0 8 26 4 .895

.479 315 57 444 35 .403 31 43 57 83 1787 634 75 .357 264 39 661 36 .331 21 18 40 59 1709 681 103 R 0 2 19 7 29 39 27 49 17 12 4 52 7 23

3/2 17 595.2 547 287 2/2 7 569.2 733 482

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 5 10 1 0 1 17 8 90 9 1 4 6 11 22 1 0 2 21 19 59 10 1 2 36 39 103 13 1 5 22 37 77 7 1 10 46 44 121 19 2 10 16 14 38 5 1 5 11 13 27 2 0 1 4 9 6 2 0 0 45 42 81 13 0 8 5 8 6 3 0 1 16 15 19 4 0 1

.970 .959

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 6 .000 0 0 0 0 0 39 .231 1 0 0 0 0 239 .197 1 3 2 3 2 85 .294 2 2 0 0 0 221 .240 5 5 1 4 4 356 .233 5 6 2 2 3 207 .222 3 0 0 1 1 399 .233 16 6 2 4 4 137 .270 0 2 1 1 0 91 .231 1 0 0 2 0 30 .233 3 2 1 0 1 300 .293 13 8 1 3 2 34 .265 2 1 0 1 0 99 .293 6 4 0 0 1

247 264 661 89 7 50 2243 409 315 444 125 28 69 2342

.244 58 .313 49

39 10 21 57 13 31

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NORTH CAROLINA North Carolina in the ACC Year Overall 1954....................... 14-11-0 1955....................... 12-12-0 1956....................... 12-10-1 1957....................... 15-10-0 1958......................... 19-8-1 1959......................... 17-7-0 1960......................... 22-7-0 1961......................... 15-7-0 1962......................... 8-14-0 1963......................... 20-9-0 1964......................... 24-7-0 1965....................... 14-15-0 1966....................... 21-13-0 1967......................... 19-8-1 1968....................... 21-12-0 1969....................... 23-11-0 1970....................... 12-20-0 1971....................... 13-19-0 1972......................... 23-9-0 1973....................... 11-15-0 1974......................... 22-8-1 1975....................... 17-19-0 1976....................... 19-17-0 1977....................... 18-17-0 1978....................... 38-17-0 1979....................... 33-16-1 1980....................... 39-17-0 1981....................... 38-15-0 1982....................... 29-27-0 1983....................... 42-10-0 1984....................... 44-13-0 1985....................... 40-17-1 1986....................... 33-22-0 1987....................... 31-22-0 1988....................... 34-27-0 1989....................... 41-18-1 1990....................... 51-14-0 1991....................... 36-23-0 1992....................... 31-27-0 1993....................... 43-20-0 1994....................... 34-21-0 1995....................... 39-23-0 1996....................... 33-25-0 1997....................... 29-31-0 1998....................... 42-23-0 1999....................... 41-18-0 2000....................... 46-17-0 2001....................... 31-26-0 2002....................... 43-21-0 2003....................... 42-23-0 2004....................... 43-21-0 2005....................... 41-19-1 2006....................... 54-15-0 2007....................... 57-16-0 2008....................... 54-14-0 2009....................... 48-18-0

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

Finish 5th 3rd 3rd T2nd 2nd T2nd 1st 2nd 8th T2nd 1st T5th 1st 4th 3rd 1st 7th T4th 2nd T4th 2nd T4th T2nd 4th 2nd T3rd 1st 6th 2nd 1st T1st 3rd 4th 3rd 5th 1st 1st T4th 7th 4th 6th 4th T5th 8th T5th 4th 5th T6th 3rd 5th T4th 5th 1st-C 1st-C 2nd-C 1st-C

North Carolina Coaching Records ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 0-1 1-2 2-2 0-1 0-1 0-1 x 3-2 3-2 5-1 5-1 5-0 1-2 2-2 2-2 4-2 3-2 5-0 1-2 2-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 0-2 2-2 2-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 0-2 0-2 3-1 1-2 1-2

PostSeason

*3-2

2-2 *3-3 2-2

*5-3

Career Records Coach Years Unknown..................1 Perrin Busbee ..........3 William R. Robertson .1 Jesse M. Oldham.....1 Benjamin E. Stanley ..2 William A. Reynold ..2 Robert B. Lawson ....4 Ernest Graves..........1 Edward M. Ashenback.1 John Curran .............1 John Donnelly ..........1 Floyd Simmons ........1 Otis Stockdale .........2 Charles M. Clancey .2 Coach Bowers .........1 Earl Mack.................1 Charles A. Doak ......2 Bunn Hearn ...........17 William Lourcey .......2 Bill Fetzer.................5 Duke Duncan ...........1 Jim Ashmore............5 Walter Rabb...........31 Mike Roberts .........21 Mike Fox ................11

0-2 1-2 1-2

ACC Games Only

*4-3 2-2

ACC Tournament

3-2

Coach Years Mike Fox ................11 Walter Rabb...........24 Mike Roberts .........21

Coach Years Mike Roberts .........20 Mike Fox ................11 Walter Rabb.............5

Seasons W 1867..........................................1 1891-1893 ................................9 1894........................................10 1895..........................................6 1896-1897 ..............................14 1898-1899 ..............................21 1900, 1905-1906, 1910 ..........47 1901........................................11 1902..........................................7 1903........................................13 1904..........................................5 1907........................................10 1908-1909 ..............................31 1911-1912 ..............................26 1913..........................................7 1914..........................................8 1915-1916 ..............................19 1917-1918, 1932-1946 .........214 1919-1920 ..............................19 1921-1925 ..............................70 1926..........................................9 1927-1931 ..............................72 1947-1977 ............................536 1978-1998 ............................780 1999-2009 ............................500

L 0 6 4 4 8 5 23 4 6 2 8 9 14 14 11 11 15 132 16 37 16 39 356 428 208

T Pct. 0 1.000 0 .600 0 .714 0 .600 1 .630 1 .796 2 .667 2 .706 0 .538 2 .824 0 .385 2 .524 0 .689 0 .650 0 .389 0 .425 0 .559 2 .618 4 .538 4 .649 0 .360 3 .645 9 .600 3 .645 1 .706

Seasons W 1999-2009 ............................179 1954-1977 ............................209 1978-1998 ............................218

L 110 131 162

T 1 1 1

Pct. .619 .615 .577

Seasons W 1978, 1980-1998 ....................50 1999-2008 ..............................12 1973-1977 ................................3

L 33 21 7

T 0 0 0

Pct. .602 .364 .300

Seasons W 1999-2000, 2002-2009 ...........44 1948, 1960, ’64, ’66, ’69 ..........14 1978, 1982-1984, 1989-1990 1993, 1995, 1998....................21

L 22 12

T 0 0

Pct. .667 .538

20

0

.512

2-2

NCAA Tournament 3-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 3-2 2-2 1-2 *9-2 *9-4 *8-2 *6-2

Coach Years Mike Fox ................10 Walter Rabb.............5 Mike Roberts ...........9

* denotes competed in College World Series

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N C S TAT E NC State Quick Facts Location ............................................. Raleigh, N.C. Founded ........................................................1887 Enrollment .................................................. 33,879 Nickname ................................................ Wolfpack Colors ................................................. Red & White Chancellor .............................Dr. James H. Woodward Athletics Director ..................................... Lee Fowler Stadium .......................................Doak Field (2,500) Athletic Website .....................................gopack.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach .............................. Elliott Avent (VCU ’83) Associate Head Coach ............................ Tom Holliday Assistant Coaches ...................... Chris Hart, Brian Ward

About the Wolfpack 2009 Overall Record.........................................25-31 2009 Conference Record................ 10-20 (T4th, Atlantic)

ELLIOTT AVENT VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH ’83

Lettermen Returning/Lost ..................................19/15 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................6/5 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................6/8

NC STATE RECORD

483-311 (13 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles ............................................. 0 ACC Titles .......................................................... 5 ACC Championship Record .................................72-61

CAREER RECORD

708-520 (21 YEARS)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ...............................21 NCAA Tournament Record ..................................32-43

ACC RECORD

167-168 (13 YEARS)

2010 NC State Roster # 1 2 3 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 30 31 32 33 35 39 41 42 43 44 46 47 51

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Name Pos Chris Diaz ..................................... INF Anthony Tzamtzis .................RHP/INF Russell Wilson.............................. INF Dallas Poulk.................................. INF Matt Bergquist .............................. INF Chris Schaeffer ............................... C Ethan Ogburn ............................. RHP Drew Poulk .................................... OF Nick Rice .....................................LHP Ryan Mathews .........................INF/OF Rey Cotilla .................................. RHP Pratt Maynard.............................. C/IF Kyle Wilson .................................. INF Vance Williams ........................... RHP Chris Overman............................ RHP Andrew Ciencin ............................ INF Alex Sogard .................................LHP Danny Canela............................... C/IF Mike Russo ................................ RHP Harold Riggins.............................. INF Andrew Burgess .............................. C Mike Clark .................................. RHP Gary Gillheeney .......................... RHP Bill Edwards.................................. INF Brandon Price............................. RHP Tarran Senay ................................. OF Jake Buchanan ........................... RHP Danny Healey.............................. RHP Cory Mazzoni .............................. RHP Dane Williams ............................ RHP Grant Sasser................................LHP John Lambert ..............................LHP Rob Chamra ............................... RHP John Gianis ................................... OF Felix Roque................................. RHP Nate King .....................................LHP

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

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

Wt 180 185 200 188 198 186 172 196 209 199 213 210 202 184 226 205 215 242 216 230 188 186 221 196 175 199 221 185 189 218 198 224 207 185 217 195

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

Hometown Apex, N.C. Miami, Fla. Richmond, Va. Fayetteville, N.C. Orange Park, Fla. Port St. Lucie, Fla. High Point, N.C. Morehead City, N.C. Kenosha, Wisc. Orlando, Fla. Miami, Fla. Franklinton, N.C. Crystal Lake, Ill. Cary, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Cranford, N.J. Phoenix, Ariz. Miami, Fla. Hamilton Square, N.J. Normal, Ill. California, Md. Akron, Ohio Johnston, R.I. Raleigh, N.C. Goldsboro, N.C. South Park, Pa. Dallas, N.C. Cooper City, Fla. Evans City, Pa. Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Fremont, N.C. Chesterton, Ind. Cranford, N.J. Summit, N.J. Miami, Fla. Vancouver, Wash.

2010 Schedule F19 LASALLE .....................3:00 pm F20 LASALLE .....................2:00 pm F21 LASALLE .....................1:00 pm F23 CAMPBELL ...................3:00 pm F26 vs. UC Irvine ................... Noon^ F27 vs. James Madison ....... 3:30 pm^ F28 vs. Coastal Carolina ...... 2:30 pm^ M3 UNC GREENSBORO .........3:00 pm M5 QUINNIPIAC..................3:00 pm M6 QUINNIPIAC..................2:00 pm M7 QUINNIPIAC..................1:00 pm M9 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ....3:00 pm M12 at Clemson ................. 4:00 pm* M13 at Clemson ................. 2:00 pm* M14 at Clemson ................. 1:00 pm* M16 at NC Central ................6:00 pm M17 at UNC Wilmington .........6:00 pm M19 at Wake Forest ............ 6:00 pm* M20 at Wake Forest ............ 6:00 pm* M21 at Wake Forest ............ 1:00 pm* M23 at Campbell ..................6:00 pm M26 MIAMI ...................... 6:30 pm* M27 MIAMI ...................... 6:30 pm* M28 MIAMI ...................... 1:00 pm* M31 OLD DOMINION .............6:30 pm A2 VIRGINIA ................... 6:30 pm* A3 VIRGINIA ................... 6:30 pm* A4 VIRGINIA ................... 1:00 pm* A6 COPPIN STATE ............ 6:30 pm* A7 COPPIN STATE ..............3:00 pm A9 at North Carolina.......... 7:00 pm* A10 at North Carolina.......... 6:00 pm* A11 at North Carolina.......... 1:00 pm* A13 NC CENTRAL .................6:30 pm A14 UNC WILMINGTON..........6:30 pm A16 at Maryland ................ 6:00 pm* A17 at Maryland ................ 1:00 pm* A18 at Maryland ..................1:00 pm A21 at East Carolina ........... 6:00 pm* A23 BOSTON COLLEGE ........ 6:30 pm* A24 BOSTON COLLEGE ........ 6:30 pm* A25 BOSTON COLLEGE ........ 1:00 pm* A28 ELON ..........................6:30 pm A30 GEORGIA TECH ............ 6:30 pm* M1 GEORGIA TECH (ACC TV) ... 1:00 pm* M2 GEORGIA TECH ............ 1:00 pm* M7 TOWSON .....................6:30 pm M8 TOWSON .....................6:30 pm M9 TOWSON .....................1:00 pm M14 at Florida State............ 6:00 pm* M15 at Florida State............ 6:00 pm* M16 at Florida State............ 1:00 pm* M18 High Point ....................6:30 pm M20 DUKE........................ 6:30 pm* M21 DUKE........................ 6:30 pm* M22 DUKE........................ 1:00 pm* M26-30 ACC Championship ........ TBA%

^ At Myrtle Beach, S.C. * ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS


W O L F PA C K 2009 Results F20 F21 F22 F24 F25 F27 M4 M4 M6 M7 M8 M10 M11 M13 M15 M17 M18 M20 M21 M22 M24 M25 M27 M29 A1 A4 A5 A7 A11 A12 A14 A15 A17 A18 A19 A21 A24 A25 A26 M1 M2 M3 M6 M8 M9 M10 M12 M14 M15 M16

RHODE ISLAND ..................L, 8-11 XAVIER ................................ L, 3-8 SANTA CLARA ....................W, 9-3 HIGH POINT ........................W, 8-2 at Elon .................................W. 3-1 HOFSTRA ..........................W, 11-4 HOFSTRA ..........................W, 15-2 vs. Villanova ......................W, 15-0 vs. Akron.......................W, 5-4 (18) *at Miami ................ ......., 6-7 (12) *at Miami ............................. L, 0-4 *at Miami ............................ L, 7-9 GEORGE MASON ............... L, 4-11 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ....W, 16-3 *MARYLAND .....................W, 8-3 *MARYLAND ....................... L, 1-3 *MARYLAND ....................... L, 3-9 NC CENTRAL.......................W, 8-4 ELON.................................... L, 3-5 *at Wake Forest ................... L, 3-6 *at Wake Forest ................W, 10-3 *at Wake Forest ................W, 13-7 UNC GREENSBORO ............W, 4-3 LIBERTY............................. L, 5-17 *VIRGINIA TECH ................ L, 7-11 *VIRGINIA TECH .............. W, 19-18 *VIRGINIA TECH .................W, 7-6 EAST CAROLINA ................ L, 4-14 *at Boston College ..............W, 8-4 *at Boston College ............... L, 6-8 *at Boston College .......... L, 10-11 UNC WILMINGTON ...........W, 10-2 *at Duke.............................W, 3-1 *at Duke............................ L, 2-11 *at Duke........................L, 7-8 (10) WOFFORD .........................W, 12-0 at East Carolina ................... L, 0-7 * FLORIDA STATE................ L, 3-9 *FLORIDA STATE................. L, 2-4 *FLORIDA STATE............... L, 2-13 at UNC Greensboro .............. L, 2-5 *at Virginia.......................... L, 2-6 *at Virginia.......................... L, 3-6 *at Virginia..........................W, 7-6 CAMPBELL........................... L, 4-7 at Campbell ....................... L, 7-16 NC CENTRAL ....................W, 15-2 NC CENTRAL.....................W, 15-5 at UNC Wilmington .............. L, 1-5 *NORTH CAROLINA............W, 3-0 *NORTH CAROLINA............. L, 2-5 *NORTH CAROLINA...........W, 9-4. APPALACHIAN STATE.......W, 10-6 *CLEMSON ........................ L, 8-13 *CLEMSON ........................ L, 5-11 *CLEMSON .......................... L, 4-5

*ACC game; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans .............7 ACC Player of the Year .................4 ACC Pitcher of the Year ................0 ACC Freshman of the Year.............1 ACC Coach of the Year .................4 All-ACC First Team ................... 99 1950’s .....18 1980’s ....... 24 1960’s ...... 8 1990’s ....... 15 1970’s .....18 2000’s ....... 16

Dallas Poulk

INF• Senior • Fayetteville, N.C.

Kyle Wilson

INF • Senior •Crystal Lake, Ill.

Durable And Dependable

Blur On The Basepaths

Dallas Poulk was the only Wolfpack player to start and appear in all 56 games last season ... Played the first 13 games of the season at second base before moving to shortstop for the rest of the year ... Went 3-for-5 with an RBI on March 21 in the second game of the Wake Forest series ... Tripled and drove in a pair of runs in NC State’s 3-0 victory over North Carolina on May 8 ... Earned first-team Freshman All-America honors from Collegiate Baseball magazine in 2007, and was named second-team by Baseball America.

Kyle Wilson set a school single-season record with 30 stolen bases in 2009, eclipsing Jeff Meszar’s old mark of 29 (set in 1992) ... One of just eight players in NC State history to steal 20 or more bases in a single season, one of just three to steal 25 or more and the first to steal 30 ... Finished second in the ACC in steals ... Had one four-game stretch in which he stole 10 bases without being caught ... Had four steals in a game twice and three steals in a game twice ... Led NC State’s team with 41 walks, leading to an on-base percentage of .422.

2009 NC State Stats (25-31, 10-20 t-4th ACC Atlantic) Player AVG Cameron Conner ..............342 Domonique Rodgers.........321 John Gianis.......................302 Andrew Ciencin ................301 Bill Edwards ......................294 Harold Riggins ..................284 Devon Cartwright ..............269 Pat Ferguson ....................266 Drew Poulk .......................266 Kyle Wilson .......................265 Dallas Poulk......................262 Pratt Maynard ...................261 Chris Schaeffer .................258 Drew Martin ......................243 Wade Moore .....................238 Russell Wilson ..................236 Dusty Quattlebaum ...........154 Brian Bello ........................148 Andrew Burgess ...............000 Mike Russo .......................000 Travis High .......................000

GP 18 19 43 47 15 32 49 48 51 48 56 51 40 46 39 27 15 16 6 1 2

GS 11 6 22 39 2 21 45 37 45 44 56 46 34 38 23 22 5 8 0 0 0

AB 38 28 106 156 17 81 175 143 177 170 206 188 132 115 84 72 26 27 4 0 0

R 8 8 25 27 1 17 34 24 29 39 34 34 21 26 21 13 2 3 0 0 2

H 13 9 32 47 5 23 47 38 47 45 54 49 34 28 20 17 4 4 0 0 0

2B 3B HR RBI 3 0 3 11 4 0 0 7 2 1 0 12 14 0 4 24 1 0 0 2 4 0 2 16 12 2 5 33 5 0 4 22 10 0 9 36 7 1 5 30 5 3 0 23 12 0 6 40 7 1 3 19 5 0 1 16 4 1 5 18 2 1 0 10 2 0 1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

TB SLG% 25 .658 13 .464 36 .340 73 .468 6 .353 33 .407 78 .446 55 .385 84 .475 69 .406 65 .316 79 .420 52 .394 36 .313 41 .488 21 .292 9 .346 4 .148 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000

Totals ................................265 56 56 1945 368 516 99 10 48 325 779 Opponents ........................272 56 56 1984 358 540 91 14 34 316 761 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Pratt Maynard ............. 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/1 0 Jake Kensmoe ............ 1.64 2-0 16 0 0 0/1 0 Jason Zinser ............... 2.57 1-0 9 3 0 0/1 1 Kyle Rutter .................. 3.32 2-2 21 0 0 0/1 1 Jimmy Gillheeney ....... 3.86 6-5 13 13 0 0/1 0 Sam Brown ................. 4.67 3-0 21 2 0 0/1 1 Vance Williams ........... 5.03 0-1 14 1 0 0/0 0 Zak Sinclair ................. 5.31 1-1 9 6 0 0/1 0 Travis High ................. 5.40 0-0 9 0 0 0/0 0 Joey Cutler ................. 5.50 0-4 20 3 0 0/0 3 Mike Russo ................. 5.52 2-0 6 3 0 0/0 0 Alex Sogard ................ 6.19 4-2 17 3 0 0/0 1 Grant Sasser .............. 6.23 0-0 18 0 0 0/1 0 Jake Buchanan ........... 6.54 2-6 16 16 10 2/1 0 Cory Mazzoni.............. 6.57 1-5 17 4 0 0/1 1 John Lambert.............. 7.04 1-5 20 8 0 0/0 1 Totals .......................... 5.16 25-31 Opponents .................. 5.68 31-25

56 56 56 56

2 0

IP 1.0 11.0 21.0 40.2 81.2 34.2 19.2 20.1 10.0 36.0 14.2 36.1 17.1 74.1 38.1 47.1

H 0 11 15 36 81 38 19 25 14 41 18 35 22 97 41 47

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 4 3 12 0 .435 1 0 0 0 4 1 10 1 .424 0 0 1 1 18 2 21 1 .409 1 0 7 8 14 4 24 3 .371 1 2 6 10 0 0 7 0 .278 1 0 0 0 11 1 30 1 .365 3 1 0 0 24 3 45 0 .363 2 3 9 10 22 3 45 3 .373 1 3 0 0 16 5 41 5 .338 3 0 5 5 41 6 38 2 .422 1 3 30 35 33 1 46 3 .364 2 6 3 6 31 0 40 3 .362 2 0 4 7 17 2 30 2 .349 1 1 2 3 27 7 27 2 .413 1 5 3 4 17 3 17 2 .385 0 1 9 12 10 1 16 0 .333 1 1 2 4 1 0 9 1 .185 0 0 0 0 5 1 9 0 .303 0 2 0 2 0 0 1 1 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 5 1 0 1.000 8 0 1 .889 14 0 4 .778 48 74 8 .938 10 10 3 .870 149 13 6 .964 80 0 2 .976 331 30 3 .992 77 7 4 .955 73 60 16 .893 78 151 18 .927 168 22 8 .960 304 24 4 .988 26 63 19 .824 50 0 1 .980 32 60 2 .979 0 0 0 .000 15 1 0 1.000 14 1 0 1.000 0 3 2 .600 1 2 0 1.000

.401 295 43 468 30 .371 21 28 81 107 1513 605 108 .384 230 61 469 38 .361 26 20 82 110 1497 558 94 R 0 4 10 18 44 27 12 15 9 30 14 25 13 64 31 42

3/3 9 504.1 540 358 2/2 14 499.0 516 368

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 0 0 3 0 0 0 2 5 7 1 1 0 6 13 23 4 0 0 15 16 30 4 1 3 35 34 75 12 2 5 18 10 35 6 0 2 11 10 18 6 0 1 12 14 14 4 2 0 6 5 10 3 1 2 22 12 38 7 1 4 9 10 13 3 0 0 25 23 32 4 2 3 12 7 17 4 1 3 54 21 72 21 2 7 28 14 30 5 0 3 37 36 52 7 1 1

.951 .956

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 3 .000 0 0 0 0 0 39 .282 1 3 0 1 1 81 .185 3 3 1 1 0 149 .242 2 6 0 1 2 320 .253 7 6 4 7 3 135 .281 4 4 0 1 1 76 .250 1 2 0 0 1 78 .321 1 3 0 1 1 42 .333 0 2 0 3 0 146 .281 6 4 0 3 1 61 .295 1 2 0 0 1 139 .252 5 1 0 0 1 71 .310 0 1 0 1 1 307 .316 4 10 0 3 5 152 .270 2 7 0 3 1 185 .254 10 7 2 1 1

289 230 469 91 14 34 1984 315 295 468 99 10 48 1945

.272 47 .265 59

61 7 26 43 10 21

20 28

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N C S TAT E NC State in the ACC Year Overall 1954........................... 9-7-0 1955......................... 14-5-0 1956......................... 14-5-1 1957......................... 8-10-0 1958......................... 10-7-0 1959......................... 8-12-0 1960......................... 12-8-0 1961......................... 13-5-0 1962....................... 11-10-0 1963......................... 9-10-0 1964......................... 8-15-0 1965....................... 10-10-1 1966....................... 11-12-2 1967....................... 11-11-0 1968......................... 25-9-0 1969....................... 17-11-0 1970....................... 21-10-0 1971....................... 18-11-1 1972....................... 19-13-0 1973....................... 23-10-1 1974....................... 22-12-0 1975......................... 27-7-0 1976....................... 20-12-1 1977....................... 27-12-0 1978....................... 23-16-0 1979....................... 24-13-0 1980....................... 21-12-0 1981....................... 33-12-0 1982....................... 24-14-0 1983....................... 23-13-1 1984......................... 32-8-0 1985....................... 29-16-0 1986....................... 35-15-0 1987....................... 39-16-0 1988....................... 45-16-0 1989....................... 35-21-2 1990....................... 48-20-0 1991....................... 48-20-0 1992....................... 46-18-0 1993....................... 49-17-0 1994....................... 46-18-1 1995....................... 36-24-0 1996....................... 42-19-0 1997....................... 43-20-0 1998....................... 41-23-0 1999....................... 37-25-0 2000....................... 30-28-0 2001....................... 32-29-0 2002....................... 33-26-0 2003....................... 45-13-0 2004....................... 36-24-0 2005....................... 41-19-0 2006....................... 40-23-0 2007....................... 38-23-0 2008....................... 42-22-0 2009....................... 25-31-0

ACC 8-6-0 10-4-0 11-4-0 7-7-0 6-7-0 5-9-0 9-5-0 8-5-0 8-6-0 4-10-0 4-9-0 6-8-0 7-7-0 6-7-0 13-4-0 9-9-0 13-8-0 9-5-0 7-8-0 9-3-0 7-5-0 10-2-0 6-6-0 5-5-0 5-7-0 3-9-0 7-6-0 10-4-0 7-7-0 9-4-0 9-3-0 8-5-0 11-2-0 12-8-0 13-6-0 10-10-0 14-7-0 11-10-0 15-9-0 15-7-0 13-11-0 12-12-0 13-11-0 15-8-0 12-9-0 11-13-0 10-14-0 9-15-0 7-17-0 15-9-0 11-12-0 17-13-0 16-13-0 16-14-0 18-11-0 10-20-0

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ACC Finish 3rd 2nd 2nd 4th 5th 8th 3rd 4th T3rd 7th 7th T5th T3rd 5th 1st 4th 3rd 3rd 4th 2nd 3rd T1st 4th 5th 5th 6th 4th T1st 4th 2nd 3rd 4th 1st 4th 2nd 4th 3rd 3rd 3rd 2nd 5th 6th T3rd 3rd 4th 6th T6th T6th 7th T3rd 6th 6th T2nd-A 3rd-A 2nd-A T4th-A

NC State Coaching Records PostTrn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 5-1 4-1 4-0 0-1 2-2 1-2 x 2-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 0-2 2-2 4-2 1-2 2-2 3-2 2-2 4-1 4-2 3-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 2-2 2-2 0-2 5-2 1-2 3-2 1-2 1-2 3-2 1-2 1-2 x

Season

*5-3

1-2 0-2 2-2

Career Records Coach Years Unknown..................3 C.D. Welch ..............1 M.J. Kittredge ..........1 Frank Thompson .....4 Edward Greene .......1 Fred Anderson .........1 Harry Hartsell...........5 T.H. Stafford ............1 W. McKenzie Fetzer ....1 Chick Doak ............16 Doc Newton .............5 Beattie Feathers ......1 Vic Sorrell ..............21 Sam Esposito ........21 Ray Tanner ..............9 Elliott Avent............13

Seasons W 1903, 1905, 1907....................34 1904........................................10 1906..........................................6 1908-1911 ..............................70 1912........................................13 1913..........................................6 1917-1918, 1921-1923 .............52 1919........................................12 1920........................................14 1924-1939 ............................145 1940-1944 ..............................16 1945..........................................7 1946-1966 ............................223 1967-1987 ............................513 1988-1996 ............................395 1997-2009 ............................483

L 16 12 7 16 6 0 37 11 6 131 50 6 196 253 173 311

T Pct. 0 .680 0 .455 0 .462 4 .800 1 .675 0 1.000 4 .581 0 .522 0 .700 6 .525 0 .242 0 .538 5 .532 4 .669 4 .694 0 .608

Seasons W 1967-1987 ............................175 1988-1996 ............................116 1954-1966 ..............................93 1997-2009 ............................167

L 117 83 87 168

T 0 0 0 0

Pct. .599 .582 .517 .499

Seasons W 1973-1978, 1980-1987 ...........30 1988-1996 ..............................22 1997-2008 ..............................22

L 23 17 24

T 0 0 0

Pct. .566 .564 .478

Seasons W 1997-1999, 2003-2008 ...........16 1988, 1990-1994, 1996 ..........11 1968, 1973-1975, 1986-1987 ...8

L 18 14 13

T 0 0 0

Pct. .471 .440 .381

ACC Games Only Coach Years Sam Esposito ........21 Ray Tanner ..............9 Vic Sorrell ..............13 Elliott Avent............12

ACC Tournament

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

3-2 1-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 4-2

Coach Years Sam Esposito ........14 Ray Tanner ..............9 Elliott Avent............12

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Elliott Avent..............9 Ray Tanner ..............7 Sam Esposito ..........6


VIRGINIA Virginia Quick Facts Location ..................................... Charlottesville,Va. Founded ........................... by Thomas Jefferson, 1819 Enrollment .................................................20,399 Nickname ........................... Cavaliers, Wahoos, Hoos Colors ............................................. Orange & Blue President ................................... John T. Casteen, III Athletics Director ..............................Craig Littlepage Stadium ............................... Davenport Field (3,600) Athletic Website .................... www.virginiasports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach .................. Brian O’Connor (Creighton ’93) Associate Head Coach ....................... Kevin McMullan Assistant Coaches ....................Karl Kuhn, Eddie Smith

About the Cavaliers

BRIAN O’CONNOR

2009 Overall Record.....................................49-15-1 2009 Conference Record.............. 16-11-1 (4th, Coastal)

CREIGHTON ’93

Lettermen Returning/Lost .................................. 23/6 Starters Returning/Lost ...................................... 9/0 Pitchers Returning/Lost ..................................... 10/5

VIRGINIA RECORD

265-104-1 (6 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles ............................................0 ACC Titles .........................................................3 ACC Championship Record ............................... 42-60

CAREER RECORD

265-104-1 (6 YEARS)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ...............................9 NCAA Tournament Record ................................ 18-19

ACC RECORD

103-64-1 (6 YEARS)

2010 Virginia Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 21 22 23 25 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 35 39 43 45 47

Name Pos Stephen Bruno.............................. INF Keith Werman............................INF/C Jarrett Parker................................. OF Reed Gragnani .............................. INF Phil Gosselin ................................ INF Chris Taylor .................................. INF John Barr....................................... OF John Hicks.............................C/1B/OF David Coleman .............................. OF Tyler Cannon ................................ INF Kevin Arico ................................. RHP Corey Hunt ................................... INF Jared King .................................... INF Colin Harrington ......................INF/OF Ryan Briggs ........................... RHP/OF Branden Kline ............................. RHP Shane Halley.......................... OF/RHP Tyler Wilson ............................... RHP Steven Proscia.............................. INF Dan Grovatt ........................... OF/LHP Robert Morey ............................. RHP Danny Hultzen ....................... LHP/1B Will Roberts................................ RHP Tyler Biddix .............................INF/OF Chad O’Connor ........................... RHP Scott Silverstein ..........................LHP Rob Amaro ................................... INF Justin Thompson..................... RHP/C Cody Winiarski ........................... RHP Franco Valdes .................................. C Kenny Swab...........................C/1B/OF Neal Davis ...................................LHP Ryan Levine ................................C/1B Aaron Stull...................................LHP Whit Mayberry ............................ RHP

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

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

Wt 165 150 210 180 190 170 195 205 210 205 215 175 195 170 195 190 190 190 215 195 185 200 205 210 190 235 215 195 200 205 195 210 215 185 185

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

Hometown Gloucester, N.J. Vienna, Va. Stafford, Va. Richmond, Va. West Chester, Pa. Virginia Beach, Va. Ivyland, Pa. Sandy Hook, Va. Richmond, Va. Pigeon Forge, Tenn. Flemington, N.J. Charlottesville, Va. Radford, Va. Johnstown, Pa. Omaha, Neb. Frederick, Md. Burke, Va. Midlothian, Va. Suffern, N.Y. Tabernacle, N.J. Virginia Beach, Va. Bethesda, Md. Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. Chesapeake, Va. Olney, Md. Philadelphia, Pa. Danville, Va. Madison, Wis. Miami, Fla. Young Harris, Ga. Baltimore, Md. Montvale, N.J. Newport, N.C. Alexandria, Va.

2010 Schedule F19 F20 F21 F24 F26 F27 F28 M2 M5 M6 M7 M7 M10 M12 M13 M14 M16 M17 M19 M20 M21 M23 M26 M27 M28 M30 M31 A2 A3 A4 A7 A9 A10 A11 A14 A16 A17 A18 A20 A21 A23 A24 A25 A27 A28 A30 M1 M2 M4 M14 M15 M16 M18 M20 M21 M22

at East Carolina ............ 3:00 pm at East Carolina ............ 2:00 pm at East Carolina ............ 1:00 pm GEORGE WASHINGTON ... 3:00 pm RHODE ISLAND ............ 3:00 pm RHODE ISLAND ............ 1:00 pm RHODE ISLAND ............ 1:00 pm JAMES MADISON .......... 4:00 pm WRIGHT STATE ............ 4:00 pm DARTMOUTH ............... 3:00 pm DARTMOUTH .............. 11:30 am WRIGHT STATE ............ 3:00 pm at William & Mary ......... 5:00 pm at Florida State ........... 6:00 pm* at Florida State ........... 6:00 pm* at Florida State ........... 1:00 pm* WILLIAM & MARY ......... 5:00 pm at James Madison ......... 6:00 pm BOSTON COLLEGE ....... 6:00 pm* BOSTON COLLEGE (ACC TV) 1:00 pm* BOSTON COLLEGE ....... 1:00 pm* MARSHALL ................. 5:00 pm CLEMSON ................. 6:00 pm* CLEMSON ................ 4:00 pm * CLEMSON ................. 1:00 pm* TOWSON .................... 5:00 pm TOWSON .................... 5:00 pm at NC State ................ 6:30 pm* at NC State ................ 6:30 pm* at NC State ................ 1:00 pm* RADFORD ................... 6:00 pm GEORGIA TECH ........... 7:00 pm* GEORGIA TECH ........... 4:00 pm* GEORGIA TECH .............. Noon* VMI .......................... 6:00 pm VIRGINIA TECH ........... 7:00 pm* VIRGINIA TECH ........... 4:00 pm* VIRGINIA TECH ........... 1:00 pm* RICHMOND ................. 6:00 pm GEORGE MASON ........... 6:00 pm at Maryland ............... 6:00 pm* at Maryland ................. 1:00 pm* at Maryland ................ 1:00 pm* COASTAL CAROLINA ...... 5:00 pm GEORGETOWN ............. 6:00 pm at Duke .................... 6:00 pm* at Duke .................... 2:00 pm* at Duke .................... 1:00 pm* VCU .......................... 6:00 pm NORTH CAROLINA ....... 7:00 pm* NORTH CAROLINA (ACC TV) 1:00 pm* NORTH CAROLINA ....... 1:00 pm* VMI .......................... 6:00 pm at Miami ................... 7:00 pm* at Miami ................... 7:00 pm* at Miami ..................... 1:00 pm*

M26-30 ACC Championship ...... TBA%

* denotes ACC game % at Greensboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS

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C AVA L I E R S 2009 Results F20 BUCKNELL ........................W, 12-0 F21 BUCKNELL .........................W, 7-0 BUCKNELL ..........................W, 6-0 F22 BUCKNELL ........................W, 11-1 F24 WILLIAM AND MARY........W, 11-1 F27 FORDHAM...........................W, 6-2 DELAWARE .......................W, 11-4 F28 FORDHAM...........................W, 7-3 M4 GEORGE WASHINGTON....W, 17-4 M6 *at Wake Forest ................W, 18-2 M7 *at Wake Forest ..................W, 8-6 M8 *at Wake Forest ................W, 21-5 M10 NAVY ................................W, 17-1 M11 VMI ...................................W, 10-3 M13 *FLORIDA STATE..............W, 15-2 M17 MARSHALL .........................W, 5-4 M18 CANISIUS..........................W, 11-3 M18 WAGNER.............................W, 5-2 M20 *MIAMI ...............................W. 9-4 M21 *MIAMI ................................ L, 3-4 M22 *MIAMI ................................ L, 5-7 M24 TOWSON...........................W, 13-4 M25 TOWSON.............................W, 7-5 M27 *North Carolina .................... L, 3-4 M28 *North Carolina ...................W, 5-2 M29 *North Carolina .................... L, 5-6 M31 ^Radford ...........................W, 11-2 A1 NORFOLK STATE ................W, 6-2 A3 *MARYLAND ......................W, 7-4 A4 *MARYLAND ....................... L, 7-8 A5 *MARYLAND ....................W, 17-2 A7 STONY BROOK ................ .W, 8-0 A8 STONY BROOK .................... L, 2-6 A10 *at Georgia Tech .................. L, 6-7 A11 *at Georgia Tech .............. W, 11-10 A12 *at Georgia Tech .................. T, 4-4 A17 *at Boston College ..............W, 8-3 A18 *at Boston College ............... L, 6-9 A19 *at Boston College ..............W, 2-0 A21 VCU.....................................W, 8-1 A22 GEORGETOWN....................W, 9-3 A24 *NC STATE .........................W, 6-2 A25 *NC STATE ........................W, 6-3 A26 *NC STATE .......................... L, 6-7 A28 LIBERTY..............................W, 5-2 M8 *DUKE ............................... L, 4-11 M9 *DUKE ..............................W, 10-9 M10 *DUKE ..............................W, 12-1 M12 VCU.....................................W, 4-1 M14 *at Virginia Tech............L, 5-4 (10) M15 *at Virginia Tech .................. L, 8-9 M16 *at Virginia Tech .................W, 6-4 ACC Championship M21 %Clemson ..........................W, 6-5 M22 %North Carolina ...............W, 11-1 M23 %Duke ..............................W, 11-7 M24 %Florida State.....................W, 6-3 NCAA Tournament (Irvine, Calif.) M29 San Diego State ..................W, 5-1 M30 at Cal-Irvine.........................W, 5-0 M31 at Cal-Irvine .........................W, 4-1 NCAA Super Regionlal at Oxford, Miss. J5 at Mississippi ........... ........ L, 3-4 (12) J6 at Mississppi............................ W, 4-3 J7 at Mississppi............................ W, 5-1 NCAA College World Series at Omaha, Neb.

J13 LSU ...................................... L, 5-9 J15 Cal State Fullerton ...............W, 7-5 J17 Arkansas........................L, 3-4 (12) BOLD denotes ACC game; ^at Salem, Va.; % at Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Home games in CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans .............7 ACC Player of the Year .................2 ACC Pitcher of the Year ................0 ACC Freshman of the Year.............1 ACC Coach of the Year .................2 All-ACC First Team ................... 49 1950’s ...... 2 1980’s .........9 1960’s ...... 3 1990’s .........5 1970’s .....12 2000’s ....... 18

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Jarrett Parker

Danny Hultzen

OF • Junior • Stafford, Va.

P/1B • Sophomore • Bethesda, Md.

Leading The Charge

Strong First Impression

A 2010 first-team Preseason All-America selection by both Collegiate Baseball and the NCBWA, Jarrett Parker helped key Virginia to the ACC title and its first-ever College World Series berth last season ... A 2009 first-team All-America selection by Rivals.com, Parker set Virginia single-season records in runs (76), hits (94) and total bases (176) ... Added 16 home runs ... Named to the Irvine Regional AllTournament Team after going 6-for-14 (.429).

Danny Hultzen earned ACC Freshman of the Year honors in 2009, was a consensus Freshman All-American ... Named to 2009 Irvine All-Regional Team (Pitcher) ... Named to ACC All-Tournament Team ... Named to 2010 watch list for National Pitcher of the Year Award .. Led ACC with 2.17 ERA as a freshman (ninth nationally) ... Third in ACC with 107 strikeouts, a Virginia freshman record ... Third in ACC (eighth nationally) with nine wins ... Hit .327 with 37 RBI.

2009 Virginia Stats (49-15-1, 16-11-1 4th ACC Coastal) Player AVG Steven Kouril ....................600 Shane Halley ....................444 John Bivens ......................438 Keith Werman ...................400 Dan Grovatt ......................356 Jarrett Parker ....................355 Tyler Cannon ....................351 Steven Proscia .................333 Will Campbell....................333 Danny Hultzen ..................327 Corey Hunt .......................317 David Coleman .................311 Phil Gosselin.....................310 Tyler Biddix .......................308 John Hicks ........................307 John Barr ..........................296 Franco Valdes ..................291 Jared King ........................250 Scott Silverstein ................143

GP 6 25 18 37 64 65 64 64 7 56 37 39 65 14 64 43 46 30 19

GS 1 0 1 16 64 65 62 64 0 54 16 21 65 1 59 34 43 19 3

AB 5 9 16 70 247 265 231 258 6 199 60 74 255 13 254 125 172 64 21

R 4 2 7 14 53 76 53 53 2 40 10 10 54 5 51 29 30 13 1

H 3 4 7 28 88 94 81 86 2 65 19 23 79 4 78 37 50 16 3

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 0 0 0 1 3 .600 1 0 0 0 5 .556 0 0 0 2 7 .438 2 1 0 10 32 .457 8 4 8 51 128 .518 20 7 16 65 176 .664 19 5 1 38 113 .489 22 2 10 58 142 .550 1 0 0 1 3 .500 8 1 3 37 84 .422 2 0 0 12 21 .350 4 1 1 10 32 .432 18 3 6 64 121 .475 0 0 0 2 4 .308 13 3 8 39 121 .476 3 0 0 15 40 .320 14 1 6 43 84 .488 2 0 0 15 18 .281 1 0 0 5 4 .190

Totals ................................327 65 65 2344 507 767 138 28 59 468 1138 Opponents ........................239 65 65 2155 239 516 91 9 41 212 748 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Justin Thompson ........ 0.00 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 Brad Grove ................. 0.00 0-0 2 0 0 0/0 0 Sean Lucas................. 0.75 0-0 11 0 0 0/1 0 Shane Halley .............. 1.86 3-0 10 0 0 0/1 0 Danny Hultzen ............ 2.17 9-1 17 16 0 0/2 0 Robert Poutier ............ 2.21 3-0 13 5 0 0/1 0 Kevin Arico ................. 2.70 2-3 31 0 0 0/2 11 Tyler Wilson ................ 2.97 9-3 31 2 0 0/1 1 Robert Morey .............. 3.33 3-0 18 9 0 0/2 2 Andrew Carraway ....... 3.96 9-2 18 14 0 0/1 0 Matt Packer ................ 4.13 3-5 32 4 0 0/1 3 Will Roberts ................ 4.14 4-0 11 6 0 0/1 0 Neal Davis .................. 4.63 2-0 16 2 0 0/0 1 Jeff Lorick ................... 5.61 2-1 8 7 0 0/0 0 Blake Forslund............ 9.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 3.23 49-15 Opponents .................. 6.93 15-49

65 65 65 65

0 1

IP 8.0 1.2 12.0 19.1 95.1 36.2 36.2 66.2 67.2 91.0 61.0 37.0 23.1 25.2 1.0

H 3 2 11 10 88 31 29 57 52 84 59 36 25 27 2

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 1 0 0 0 .667 0 0 1 1 2 1 1 0 .583 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 0 .524 1 0 2 3 9 2 7 0 .481 0 3 3 5 34 3 38 5 .436 3 2 14 16 39 11 80 7 .450 5 4 20 25 35 8 41 3 .444 5 1 17 19 17 5 50 3 .379 5 0 13 15 0 1 1 2 .429 0 0 0 0 29 0 35 4 .410 1 3 9 9 0 1 5 1 .323 1 4 2 3 9 2 8 1 .400 0 3 1 1 37 6 43 3 .400 7 3 24 27 3 0 1 0 .438 0 0 1 1 10 5 40 3 .339 5 1 6 11 9 5 25 0 .367 0 3 5 5 6 1 51 1 .311 4 3 0 1 11 4 20 1 .383 2 1 1 2 5 0 4 0 .308 0 0 0 1

PO A E FLD% 0 0 0 .000 1 3 2 .667 0 0 0 .000 41 56 3 .970 93 3 5 .950 170 1 4 .977 73 161 17 .932 40 97 14 .907 2 0 0 1.000 241 41 2 .993 26 47 1 .986 34 0 0 1.000 74 88 2 .988 24 0 1 .960 361 34 6 .985 23 3 0 1.000 379 29 3 .993 125 15 4 .972 7 0 1 .875

.485 260 55 453 34 .401 39 31 119 145 1749 651 70 .347 190 30 593 48 .308 14 41 37 63 1668 656 115 R 0 0 2 5 33 10 12 23 27 44 32 19 14 17 1

5/5 18 583.0 516 239 0/0 6 556.0 767 507

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 0 3 5 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 8 11 1 0 0 4 3 23 1 0 1 23 28 107 15 0 4 9 15 50 8 2 0 11 6 47 1 0 5 22 21 63 11 3 4 25 28 84 14 1 5 40 22 75 15 0 9 28 25 59 10 0 5 17 12 38 4 2 4 12 5 16 3 1 3 16 13 15 6 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

.972 .953

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 24 .125 0 0 0 0 0 6 .333 0 0 0 0 0 46 .239 1 0 0 0 1 64 .156 1 1 0 0 1 352 .250 2 8 0 1 8 136 .228 4 2 0 1 3 133 .218 2 0 0 1 2 241 .237 7 2 1 5 4 248 .210 7 3 0 1 2 341 .246 2 6 1 0 8 229 .258 6 4 0 4 7 140 .257 2 3 1 1 2 89 .281 3 0 0 0 3 101 .267 6 1 0 0 0 5 .400 0 0 0 0 0

209 190 593 91 9 41 2155 428 260 453 138 28 59 2344

.239 43 .327 71

30 3 14 55 18 39

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VIRGINIA Virginia in the ACC Year Overall 1954......................... 7-13-1 1955......................... 6-16-0 1956....................... 10-13-0 1957....................... 12-12-0 1958......................... 5-15-0 1959......................... 10-9-0 1960......................... 3-15-2 1961......................... 7-11-0 1962....................... 11-12-0 1963......................... 9-13-0 1964......................... 10-9-0 1965....................... 10-13-1 1966......................... 6-19-0 1967....................... 12-10-0 1968......................... 9-21-0 1969....................... 19-14-0 1970....................... 18-14-1 1971......................... 20-9-0 1972....................... 18-15-0 1973....................... 16-12-2 1974....................... 21-17-0 1975....................... 14-12-0 1976....................... 17-22-0 1977....................... 11-22-1 1978....................... 18-14-0 1979....................... 21-15-0 1980....................... 21-13-1 1981....................... 28-20-0 1982....................... 22-27-0 1983....................... 12-25-0 1984....................... 25-17-0 1985....................... 38-16-0 1986....................... 27-22-0 1987....................... 18-30-0 1988....................... 32-19-1 1989....................... 25-24-1 1990....................... 21-32-1 1991....................... 28-27-2 1992....................... 21-30-0 1993....................... 21-30-0 1994....................... 20-34-0 1995....................... 26-29-0 1996....................... 44-21-0 1997....................... 32-22-0 1998....................... 28-26-1 1999....................... 21-35-0 2000....................... 26-31-1 2001....................... 25-31-0 2002....................... 25-32-0 2003....................... 29-25-0 2004....................... 44-15-0 2005....................... 41-20-0 2006....................... 47-15-0 2007....................... 45-16-0 2008....................... 39-23-0 2009....................... 49-15-1

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

Finish x 8th 5th 5th 6th 5th 7th 7th 2nd 5th 4th 5th 8th 6th 7th 5th 4th 4th 1st 3rd 4th 4th 6th 7th 6th 5th 5th 4th 6th 6th 6th 1st 5th 5th 4th 6th 6th 6th 9th 8th 9th 7th 5th 5th 8th 7th T6th T6th 6th 6th 2nd 7th 2nd-C 2nd-C 4th-C 4th-C

Virginia Coaching Records ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 2-2 2-2 0-1 2-2 0-1 0-1 x 0-1 0-2 3-2 2-2 0-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 2-2 2-2 0-2 1-2 0-1 0-2 5-1 0-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 3-1 1-2 2-1 2-2 4-0

PostSeason

2-2

Career Records Coach Years Unknown................21 Charles Rigler ..........3 Jack Ryan ................4 James L. White ........2 H.H. Lannigan..........1 E.W. Smith...............1 W. Rice Warren .......1 Earle Neale ..............7 Roy Randall .............1 Gus Tebell .............24 A.A. Corcoran ..........1 Evan “Bus” Male ......4 Ted Davenport .........2 James West ...........19 Dennis Womack ....23 Brian O’Connor ........5

Seasons W 1889-1909 ............................ 256 1910-1912 .............................. 32 1913-1916, 1922 .................... 60 1917, 1920.............................. 13 1918.......................................... 7 1919.......................................... 8 1921.......................................... 7 1923-1929 .............................. 80 1930.......................................... 2 1931-1943, 1945-1955 ......... 266 1944.......................................... 6 1956-1959 .............................. 37 1960-1961 .............................. 10 1962-1980 ............................ 281 1981-2003 ............................ 594 2004-2009 ............................ 265

L 145 32 43 9 4 8 15 73 12 188 5 49 26 276 605 104

T 7 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 9 1 0 2 6 7 1

Pct. .636 .500 .582 .587 .636 .500 .318 .523 .143 .584 .542 .430 .289 .504 .495 .718

Seasons W 2004-2009 ............................ 103 1962-1980 ............................ 114 1956-1959 .............................. 22 1981-2003 ............................ 168 1960-1961 ................................ 7 1955.......................................... 0

L 64 150 32 281 20 12

T 1 3 0 0 1 0

Pct. .616 .433 .407 .371 .260 .000

Seasons W 2004-2009 .............................. 12 1973-1978, 1980 ...................... 6 1981-2003 .............................. 25

L 9 10 44

T Pct. 0 .571 0 .375 0 .362

Seasons W 1985, 1996................................ 4 1972.......................................... 2 2004-2009 .............................. 12

L 4 2 13

T 0 0 0

ACC Games Only Coach Years Brian O’Connor ........6 James West ...........19 Evan “Bus” Male ......4 Dennis Womack ....23 Ted Davenport .........2 Gus Tebell ...............1

ACC Tournament 1-2

Coach Years Brian O’Connor ........6 James West .............7 Dennis Womack ....23

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Dennis Womack ......2 James West .............1 Brian O’Connor ........6

Pct. .500 .500 .480

3-2

2-2 0-2 1-2 2-2 1-2 *6-3

* denotes competed in College World Series

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VIRGINIA TECH Virginia Tech Quick Facts Location .......................................... Blacksburg, Va. Founded ........................................................1872 Enrollment .................................................. 30,000 Nickname ................................................... Hokies Colors ......................... Chicago Maroon & Burnt Orange President ...................................... Charles W. Steger Athletics Director .................................... Jim Weaver Stadium .................................... English Field (4,000) Athletic Website ........................ www.hokiesports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach.........................Pete Hughes (Davidson ’90) Associate Head Coach ............................Dave Turgeon Assistant Coaches ........... Mike Gambino, Mike Kunigonis

About the Hokies 2009 Overall Record.........................................32-21 2008 Conference Record.................. 12-17 (6th, Coastal)

PETE HUGHES

Lettermen Returning/Lost ................................... 21/6 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................8/1 Pitchers Returning/Lost ........................................8/2

VIRGINIA TECH RECORD

DAVIDSON ’90

78-84 (3 YEARS)

ACC Divisional Titles ............................................. 0 ACC Titles .......................................................... 0 ACC Championship Record ....................................0-1

CAREER RECORD

380-295-2 (13 YEARS)

NCAA Tournament Appearances ................................ 8 NCAA Tournament Record ................................... 5-16

ACC RECORD

34-85 (4 YEARS)

2010 Virginia Tech Roster # 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 39 40 41

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Name Pos Chris Kay ......................................... C Sean Ryan ..................................... OF Mike Kaminski ............................... OF Michael Seaborn..............................IF Buddy Sosnoskie ......................UTL/P Tim Smalling ...................................IF Luke Padgett ............................... UTL Tony Balisteri...................................IF Marc Zecchino ................................. P Brandon Fisher ................................ P Anthony Sosnoskie.......................... C Mathew Price................................... P Danny Farris .................................... P Sean McDermott ............................. P Brandon Lower .........................1B/3B Charlie McCann ............................... P Andrew Rash ............................... UTL Austin Wates ............................... UTL Jesse Hahn ...................................... P Matt Blow .................................1B/3B Justin Wright ................................... P Jake Peeling .................................... P Steve Domecus ..........................OF/C Tyler Horan...............................OF/1B Ben Rowen ...................................... P Ronnie Shaban ............................ IF/P Manny Martir ................................... P Kyle Cichy........................................ P Joe Parsons..................................... P Chad Morgan ..............................C/OF Jake Joyce ....................................... P Brent Zimmerman ....................... IF/P Patrick Scoggin ............................... P Luke Erickson .................................. P Joe Mantiply .................................... P Clark Labitan ................................... P

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

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

Wt 207 176 190 172 182 207 186 170 191 175 212 173 225 240 180 170 193 179 201 227 174 197 210 220 190 196 226 168 201 185 188 181 270 195 204 170

Cl Hometown Jr. Marietta, Ga. Sr. Ashburn, Va. Sr. Ventura, Calif. Jr. Atlanta, Ga. So. Front Royal, Va. Jr. Raleigh, N.C. Sr. Lynchburg, Va. Jr. Lexington, Va. So. Hazlet, N.J. Jr. New Castle, Va. Sr. Front Royal, Va. So. Marietta, Ga. Jr. Garden Grove, Calif. Jr. Walpole, Mass. Jr. Roanoke, Va. Fr. Richmond, Va. Fr. Anderson, S.C. Jr. Richmond, Va. Jr. Groton, Conn. Jr. Richmond, Va. Jr. Montclair, Va. So. Waynesboro, Va. Sr. Novato, Calif. Fr. Middleboro, Mass. Sr. Ranchos Palos Verdes, Calif. So. Moseley, Va. Jr. Jacksonville, Fla. Sr. Vineland, N.J. Jr. Carmel, Calif. Fr. Springfield, Va. Fr. Collinsville, Va. Fr. Cooper City, Fla. Fr. Richmond, Va. Fr. Richmond, Va. Fr. Danville, Va. So. San Diego, Calif.

2010 Schedule

F19 vs. Kentucky .........................Noon^ F20 at Coastal Carolina ...............3:00 pm F21 vs. West Virginia...............11:00 am^ F26 at Charleston Southern...........2:00 pm F27 at Charleston Southern...........2:00 pm F28 at Charleston Southern...........1:30 pm M2 RADFORD ..........................3:00 pm M5 LONG ISLAND .....................3:00 pm M6 LONG ISLAND (DH) ...............1:00 pm M7 LONG ISLAND .....................1:00 pm M9 BRYANT ............................5:30 pm M10 BRYANT ............................5:30 pm M12 MARYLAND .................... 5:30 pm * M13 MARYLAND ..................... 2:00 pm * M 14 MARYLAND .................... 1:00 pm * M15 COLUMBIA .........................5:30 pm M16 RIDER ...............................5:30 pm M17 RIDER ...............................5:30 pm M19 at Clemson ..................... 6:30 pm * M20 at Clemson ..................... 6:30 pm * M21 at Clemson ..................... 1:00 pm * M23 LIBERTY ............................5:30 pm M26 WAKE FOREST ................. 5:30 pm * M27 WAKE FOREST ................. 2:00 pm * M28 WAKE FOREST ................. 1:00 pm * M31 at East Tennessee State .........7:00 pm A2 at Florida State ................ 6:00 pm * A3 at Florida State* ............... 6:00 pm * A4 at Florida State* ............... 1:00 pm * A6 NC CENTRAL .......................5:30 pm A9 MIAMI............................. 5:30 pm* A10 MIAMI (ACC TV) .................. 1:00 pm * A11 MIAMI ............................... Noon * A13 NORTH CAROLINA A&T ..........5:30 pm A16 at Virginia ...................... 7:00 pm * A17 at Virginia ...................... 4:00 pm * A18 at Virginia ...................... 1:00 pm * A20 at Radford ..........................3:00 pm A23 at Georgia Tech ............... 7:00 pm * A24 at Georgia Tech ............... 6:00 pm * A25 at Georgia Tech ............... 1:00 pm * A27 at VMI...............................6:00 pm A30 BOSTON COLLEGE ............ 5:30 pm * M1 BOSTON COLLEGE ............ 2:00 pm * M2 BOSTON COLLEGE ............ 1:00 pm * M4 DAVIDSON .........................5:30 pm M8 SAVANNAH STATE ................7:30 pm M9 SAVANNAH STATE ................1:00 pm M14 DUKE ............................ 5:30 pm * M15 DUKE ............................ 2:00 pm * M16 DUKE ............................ 1:00 pm * M18 at Davidson ........................4:00 pm M20 at North Carolina ..............6:00 pm * M21 at North Carolina .............. 7:00 pm * M22 at North Carolina .............. 2:00 pm * M26-30 ACC Championship .............. TBA%

* denotes ACC game ^at Conway, S.C. % at Greenaboro, N.C. Home games in ALL CAPS


HOKIES 2009 Results F20 ^vs. UNC Asheville ............ W, 21-4 F21 at Wofford ....................... W, 14-10 at Wofford ......................... W, 10-2 F22 at USC Upstate .................. W, 12-3 F24 E. TENNESSEE STATE ...........L, 3-7 F25 E. TENNESSEE STATE ....... W, 10-2 F27 BUCKNELL ........................ W, 10-4 F27 BUCKNELL ......................... W, 2-1 F28 BUCKNELL ........................ W, 10-7 M6 *at Duke............................ W, 19-4 M7 *at Duke ...............................L, 4-5 M8 *at Duke ...............................L, 5-7 M9 BRYANT ................................L, 5-7 M10 at Radford ......................... W, 15-1 M13 *NORTH CAROLINA..............L, 3-7 M15 *NORTH CAROLINA ...........L, 5-13 M17 VMI ................................... W, 14-5 M18 VMI ..................................... W, 7-3 M20 *GEORGIA TECH .................L, 9-10 M21 *GEORGIA TECH ................. W, 9-5 M22 *GEORGIA TECH .................L, 8-18 M24 USC UPSTATE..................... W, 5-3 M27 *at NC State ...................... W, 11-7 M29 *at NC State ......................L, 18-19 *at NC State ..........................L, 6-7 M31 at James Madison ............... W, 4-0 A3 *WAKE FOREST .................L, 4-11 A4 *WAKE FOREST .............. L, 14-15 (10) A5 *WAKE FOREST .................. W, 3-2 A8 JAMES MADISON ............. W, 13-9 A10 *at Maryland ....................... W, 5-3 A11 *at Maryland ....................... W, 4-3 A12 *at Maryland ....................... W, 5-0 A15 at High Point .................... W, 22-13 A17 *CLEMSON ......................... W, 5-2 A18 *CLEMSON ......................... W, 7-3 A19 *CLEMSON ..........................L, 1-8 A21 WILLIAM & MARY ............L, 10-14 A22 at Liberty ...............................L, 3-4 A24 *at Miami .............................L, 1-4 A25 *at Miami ............................ W, 7-4 A26 *at Miami ...........................L, 3-11 A28 HIGH POINT ........................ W, 9-1 A29 RADFORD ......................... W, 10-4 M1 *at Florida State ..................L, 2-10 M2 *at Florida State ..................L, 4-10 M3 *at Florida State ....................L, 4-9 M6 at Davidson ...................W, 11-5 (8) M10 DELAWARE STATE .......... W, 12-8 M10 DELAWARE STATE ........... W, 15-1 M14 *VIRGINIA ...................W, 5-4 (10) M15 *VIRGINIA ......................... W, 9-8 M16 *VIRGINIA ...........................L, 4-6 *denotes ACC game; ^at Spartanburg, S.C.; Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors

Steve Domecus

Austin Wates

OF/C • Senior •Novato, Calif.

UTL.• Junior• Richmond, Va.

Strong Bat, Great Glove Austin Wates was named third-team preseason All-America by Collegiate Baseball after a breakout year in 2009 ... Wates began last season rotating between right field, left field and designated hitter, but switched to first base midway through the year and settled in as one of the best defensive first basemen in the league ... He also thrived at the plate, ranking fourth in the ACC with a .397 batting average, seventh with 20 doubles, eighth with 16 stolen bases, 12th with a .608 slugging percentage and 13th with a .447 OBP.

Hot-Hitting Hokie Steve Domecus battled through injuries to hit .406 in 40 games and earn second-team All-ACC honors in 2009 ... He was the first Hokie to hit over .400 over the course of a season since Matt Griswold hit .408 in 1997 ... The Novato, Calif., native also added 37 runs scored, 42 runs driven in, 11 doubles, four home runs, six stolen bases and 16 hit-bypitches ... From Feb. 27 to April 10, Domecus put together a 24-game hitting streak, the longest in the ACC last year and was only eight games shy of Virginia Tech’s all-time record.

2009 Virginia Tech Stats (32-21, 12-17 6th ACC Coastal) Player AVG Mickey White .................1.000 Sean Ryan ........................450 Steve Domecus ................406 Brandon Lower .................400 Austin Wates ....................397 Klint Reed .........................358 Mike Kaminski ..................340 Ronnie Shaban .................326 Anthony Sosnoskie ...........314 Luke Padgett ....................304 Michael Seaborn...............300 Steve Bumbry ...................283 Ty Hohman .......................280 Tony Balisteri ....................265 Chris Kay ..........................265 Matt Shoemaker ...............250 Buddy Sosnoskie ..............234 Marc Zecchino ..................233 Matt Blow ..........................205

GP 2 6 40 5 47 49 53 47 53 17 50 51 42 33 29 6 32 21 25

GS 0 5 37 0 47 36 40 45 53 3 47 48 40 27 7 0 24 12 6

AB 1 20 143 5 194 165 159 175 185 23 170 180 157 98 49 4 94 43 39

R 0 9 37 1 50 51 41 29 41 4 33 51 24 22 9 0 11 12 6

H 1 9 58 2 77 59 54 57 58 7 51 51 44 26 13 1 22 10 8

2B 3B HR 0 0 0 4 0 0 11 1 4 0 0 0 20 3 5 12 0 1 11 2 6 19 1 4 18 0 7 0 0 0 8 0 7 8 3 10 13 2 1 5 0 2 4 0 4 0 0 0 3 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 0

RBI TB SLG% 0 1 1.000 6 13 .650 42 83 .580 0 2 .400 42 118 .608 15 74 .448 38 87 .547 38 90 .514 51 97 .524 1 7 .304 28 80 .471 40 95 .528 29 64 .408 23 37 .378 9 29 .592 1 1 .250 10 30 .319 5 11 .256 2 9 .231

Totals ................................319 53 53 1904 431 608 138 13 52 380 928 Opponents ........................287 53 53 1905 333 547 90 11 55 309 824 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Josh Wymer................ 2.77 1-0 4 3 0 0/0 0 Sean McDermott......... 3.31 3-1 12 4 0 0/0 1 Justin Wright ............... 3.95 7-2 12 12 1 0/0 0 Rhett Ballard ............... 4.05 7-4 17 15 0 0/1 0 Rob Whitley ................ 4.50 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 0 Ben Rowen ................. 4.67 4-2 30 0 0 0/2 4 Brandon Fisher ........... 4.75 0-2 19 1 0 0/1 3 Dave Zappacosta ....... 4.86 0-0 17 0 0 0/0 1 Ronnie Shaban ........... 5.40 0-0 7 0 0 0/0 0 Jesse Hahn................. 6.00 1-2 17 2 0 0/1 1 Clark Labitan .............. 6.09 4-1 22 2 0 0/1 0 Kyle Cichy................... 6.75 0-0 15 0 0 0/1 0 Mathew Price .............. 6.90 3-4 13 9 0 0/1 0 Marc Zecchino ............ 7.61 2-3 12 5 1 0/0 0

First-Team All-Americans ................6 ACC Player of the Year ....................0 ACC Pitcher of the Year ...................0 ACC Freshman of the Year................0 ACC Coach of the Year ....................0 All-ACC First Team ........................0 Totals .......................... 5.18 32-21 2000’s ....... 0 Opponents .................. 7.27 21-32

53 53 53 53

2 0

IP 13.0 32.2 66.0 80.0 2.0 34.2 30.1 16.2 6.2 24.0 34.0 22.2 58.2 47.1

H 14 32 70 81 2 47 33 17 11 34 45 30 73 58

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 0 0 0 0 1.000 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 .455 1 0 1 1 8 16 13 4 .477 5 1 6 7 1 0 1 0 .500 0 0 0 0 13 8 32 3 .447 4 0 16 17 21 4 29 2 .442 0 1 2 5 17 6 33 4 .421 1 3 4 6 6 2 42 7 .355 0 1 1 2 39 8 31 1 .438 8 0 1 1 2 0 6 2 .360 0 0 0 0 20 8 38 5 .399 0 0 4 7 37 7 64 1 .422 1 3 9 14 16 1 23 4 .347 2 1 3 5 15 3 24 2 .376 1 1 5 5 5 2 10 1 .357 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .250 0 0 0 0 3 1 26 3 .265 0 0 1 2 15 2 11 0 .450 0 0 0 0 2 0 14 1 .244 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 0 0 0 .000 9 0 0 1.000 104 6 3 .973 2 0 1 .667 204 15 5 .978 64 1 2 .970 56 1 1 .983 58 97 12 .928 353 23 3 .992 0 0 0 .000 75 134 15 .933 107 1 3 .973 52 79 14 .903 32 81 6 .950 55 4 0 1.000 1 1 0 1.000 78 5 0 1.000 112 8 3 .976 23 11 2 .944

.487 221 68 400 40 .405 23 11 53 72 1406 529 80 .433 191 56 428 37 .366 16 24 65 81 1378 529 89 R 5 21 33 40 1 26 20 12 6 21 30 19 54 45

2/2 10 468.2 547 333 0/0 10 459.1 608 431

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 4 2 14 2 0 2 12 8 31 6 0 3 29 17 59 16 0 10 36 38 77 7 4 11 1 1 0 0 0 0 18 9 34 10 1 2 16 12 31 6 0 1 9 10 18 3 0 3 4 2 7 3 0 0 16 13 23 4 0 2 23 15 29 3 1 5 17 7 21 6 0 1 45 37 53 7 3 8 40 20 31 17 2 7

.960 .955

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 54 .259 1 1 0 0 0 129 .248 1 2 0 1 3 258 .271 3 4 1 2 2 305 .266 8 13 0 2 7 8 .250 0 1 0 0 0 150 .313 1 3 0 0 2 123 .268 2 3 0 0 2 64 .266 0 1 0 1 1 32 .344 1 1 0 0 0 107 .318 6 3 2 0 0 147 .306 6 9 1 0 1 91 .330 5 2 0 4 3 245 .298 2 4 0 3 1 192 .302 5 9 0 3 2

270 191 428 90 11 55 1905 371 221 400 138 13 52 1904

.287 41 .319 67

56 4 16 68 10 23

24 11

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VIRGINIA TECH Virginia Tech (1954-2004) Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird G.F. Laird Bob Humphreys Bob Humphreys Bob Humphreys Bob Humphreys Bob Humphreys Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman Chuck Hartman

W 14 13 9 9 9 12 10 9 11 14 12 10 10 14 17 27 15 16 15 15 15 26 33 34 27 28 30 48 50 34 41 50 38 32 40 35 36 24 34 34 32 34 35 34 28 42 34 29 33 34 29

L 8 8 12 12 11 7 9 15 6 7 10 13 6 10 9 7 11 10 11 10 15 10 9 9 17 14 18 9 9 14 17 16 21 16 20 22 22 30 17 15 26 24 24 28 22 17 25 28 26 23 27

T 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 0

Virginia Tech Coaching Records Pct. .636 .619 .429 .429 .452 .632 .526 .375 .647 .667 .545 .435 .625 .583 .649 .794 .577 .615 .577 .600 .500 .722 .786 .791 .614 .667 .625 .842 .847 .708 .707 .754 .644 .663 .667 .614 .621 .444 .663 .694 .552 .586 .593 .548 .558 .712 .576 .509 .559 .596 .518

PostSeason 2-2

1-2

0-2 0-2

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ACC 7-19-0 4-25-0 7-23-0 6-24-0 12-17-0

Finish 9th 6th-C 6th-C 6th-C 6th-C

ACC Trn. 0-1 x x x x

Seasons W 1895..........................................3 1896..........................................3 1897..........................................9 1900-1901 ..............................11 1903..........................................8 1904..........................................6 1905..........................................6 1906-1907 ..............................10 1908..........................................3 1909........................................11 1910-1911, 1914 ....................38 1912..........................................9 1913..........................................3 1915........................................21 1916-1917 ..............................18 1918-1920 ..............................36 1921-1923 ..............................31 1924-1932 ..............................77 1933-1939, 1944 ....................50 1940-1943, 1948-1973 .........343 1945-1947 ..............................29 1974-1978 ............................135 1979-2006 ............................961 2007-2009 ..............................78

L 2 8 6 8 4 5 5 11 4 6 18 9 3 0 5 23 27 56 76 275 21 60 591 84

T Pct. 0 .600 0 .273 0 .600 0 .579 0 .667 0 .546 0 .546 0 .476 1 .438 0 .647 2 .672 0 .500 0 .500 0 1.000 0 .783 0 .610 .533 7 .575 1 .398 4 .555 0 .580 0 .692 8 .619 0 .481

Seasons W 2007-09 ..................................25 2005-2006 ..............................11

L 64 44

T 0 0

Pct. .281 .200

Seasons W 2005..........................................0

L 1

T 0

Pct. .000

Seasons W 1954, 1969................................3 1994, 1997, 1999-2000 ............2 1976-1977 ................................0

L 4 8 4

T 0 0 0

Pct. .429 .200 .000

ACC Games Only Coach Years Pete Hughes ............3 Chuck Hartman........2

ACC Tournament 0-2

Coach Years Chuck Hartman........1

NCAA Tournament 1-2 1-2 0-2

Virginia Tech in the ACC (2005-2008) Year Overall 2005....................... 23-28-0 2006....................... 20-33-0 2007....................... 23-31-0 2008....................... 23-32-0 2009....................... 32-21-0

Career Records Coach Years J. McJames ............ 1 R.S. Wilkins ............ 1 Lipep ....................... 1 Dr. A.B. Morrison .... 2 Orth......................... 1 R.R. Brown ............. 1 Dr. Knox.................. 1 S.S. “Happy” Eckerstone 2 C.P. Miles ............... 1 R.M. Brown ............. 1 Branch Bocock ....... 3 L.W. Reiss .............. 1 C.P. Miles ............... 1 R.B. Prince ............. 1 W.G. Breintenstein . 2 Charles A. Bernier .. 3 W.L. “Monk” Younger. 3 George S. Kircher ... 9 H.M. “Mac” McEver. 8 G.F. “Red” Laird.... 30 G.S. “Gummy” Proctor . 3 Bob Humphreys ...... 5 Chuck Hartman..... 28 Pete Hughes ........... 3

PostSeason

Coach Years G.F. Laird.................2 Chuck Hartman........4 Bob Humphreys .......2


WAKE FOREST Wake Forest Directory Location ....................................Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded ............................. 1834 in Wake Forest, N.C. Enrollment ....................................................4,476 Nickname ........................................Demon Deacons Colors ............................................ Old Gold & Black President .................................... Dr. Nathan O. Hatch Athletics Director .................................. Ron Wellman Stadium ................... Wake Forest Baseball Park (6,000) Athletic Website ..................www.wakeforestsports.com

Coaching Staff Head Coach ..................... Tom Walter (Georgetown ’91) Assistant Coaches .................. Dennis Healy, Bill Cilento and Grant Achilles

About the Demon Deacons

TOM WALTER

2009 Overall Record.........................................22-30 2009 Conference Record................... 6-24 (6th, Atlantic) Lettermen Returning/Lost ..................................20/12 Starters Returning/Lost ........................................5/4 Pitchers Returning/Lost ...................................... 13/5 ACC Divisional Titles ............................................. 0 ACC Titles .......................................................... 7 ACC Championship Record .................................47-59 NCAA Tournament Appearances ...............................11 NCAA Tournament Record ................................ 33-23

GEORGETOWN ’91

WAKE FOREST RECORD 0-0 (1ST YEAR)

CAREER RECORD

428-331 (13 YEARS)

ACC RECORD

0-0 (1ST YEAR)

2010 Wake Forest Roster # 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 34 35 39 41

Name Pos Steven Brooks ............................... OF Mark Rhine .................................. MIF Carlos Lopez.............................3B/OF Gabe Feldman............................. RHP Taylor Kaprive ..........................3B/OF Patrick Blair ................................. MIF Mac Williamson ..................... RHP/OF Bentley Heyman........................... MIF Austin Stadler ................... OF/1B/LHP Shane Kroker ............................SS/3B Martin Kelly ................................... OF Casey Wadkins ............................ MIF Ryan Bouton............................... RHP Mike Murray .................................... C Daniel Marrs ............................... RHP Eli Robins ....................................LHP Ryan Burke ..................................LHP Alex Wiesner ...............................LHP Jack Carey .................................... INF Mike Lubanski ................................. C Ryan McGrath ............................ RHP Michael Dimock .......................... RHP Brandon Johnson ....................... RHP Matt Conway ......................... 1B/LHP Ryan Semeniuk ............................. OF Niko Spezial .................................LHP Zach White ..................................LHP Justin Van Grouw ....................... RHP Trenton Langston ............................ C Ryan Lloyd .................................... OF Joel Ernst ................................... RHP Tim Cooney .................................LHP John Stamper ................................ OF Mark Adzick .................................LHP

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

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

Wt 197 173 209 180 198 187 219 181 207 205 193 186 174 232 208 208 189 221 205 212 216 192 174 217 234 214 250 200 255 195 199 196 195 171

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

Hometown Wyckoff, N.J. Orefield, Pa. Boynton Beach, Fla. Cabin John, Md. Wellington, Fla. Baltimore, Md. Wake Forest, N.C. Atlanta, Ga. Midlothian, Va. Westlake Village, Calif. Pompton Plains, N.J. Manakin-Sabot, Va. Wilmington, N.C. Westfield, N.J. Midlothian, Va. Winston-Salem, N.C. New York, N.Y. Chesapeake, Va. Cockeysville, Md. Collegeville, Pa. Newtown, Conn. Greensboro, N.C. Clemmons, N.C. Birmingham, Mich. Charlotte, N.C. Ramsey, N.J. Lexington, N.C. Oakland, N.J. Smithfield, N.C. Peachtree City, Ga. Loveland, Ohio Collegeville, Pa. Winston-Salem, N.C. Haverford, Pa.

2010 Schedule

F19 ARMY .......................4:00 pm F20 DAYTON .................. 12:00 pm F20 ARMY .......................4:00 pm F21 DAYTON ....................1:00 pm F23 COASTAL CAROLINA ......4:00 pm F26 KENT STATE ................4:00 pm F27 KENT STATE ................1:00 pm F27 KENT STATE ................4:30 pm F28 KENT STATE ................1:00 pm M2 WINTHROP .................4:00 pm M5 XAVIER......................4:00 pm M6 XAVIER......................4:00 pm M7 XAVIER......................1:00 pm M9 at Coastal Carolina .......4:00 pm M10 at UNC-Wilmington .......4:00 pm M12 at Georgia Tech ......... 4:00 pm* M13 at Georgia Tech ......... 2:00 pm* M14 at Georgia Tech ......... 1:00 pm* M17 GARDNER-WEBB ..........6:00 pm M19 NC STATE ................. 6:00 pm* M20 NC STATE ................. 6:00 pm* M21 NC STATE ................. 1:00 pm* M24 at High Point ...............6:00 pm M26 at Virginia Tech ......... 5:30 pm* M27 at Virginia Tech ......... 2:00 pm* M28 at Virginia Tech ......... 1:00 pm* M30 CHARLOTTE ................6:00 pm M31 at Elon ......................7:00 pm A2 at Miami .................. 7:00 pm* A3 at Miami .................. 7:00 pm* A5 at Miami .................. 1:00 pm* A7 HIGH POINT ................6:00 pm A9 FLORIDA STATE ......... 6:00 pm* A10 FLORIDA STATE ......... 6:00 pm* A11 FLORIDA STATE ......... 1:00 pm* A1A ELON ........................6:00 pm A16 at Boston College ....... 2:30 pm* A17 at Boston College ....... 1:30 pm* A18 at Boston College ....... 1:00 pm* A20 at Charlotte.................6:00 pm A21 UNC GREENSBORO .......6:00 pm A23 DUKE ...................... 6:00 pm* A24 DUKE ...................... 6:00 pm* A25 DUKE ...................... 1:00 pm* A28 at Appalachian State .....4:00 pm M7 at North Carolina ........ 7:00 pm* M8 at North Carolina ........ 1:00 pm* M9 at North Carolina ........ 1:00 pm* M11 at Winthrop.................6:00 pm M12 at UNC Greensboro .......6:00 pm M14 CLEMSON ................ 6:00 pm* M15 CLEMSON ................ 6:00 pm* M16 CLEMSON ................ 1:00 pm* M18 APPALACHIAN STATE ....6:00 pm M20 MARYLAND .............. 6:00 pm* M21 MARYLAND .............. 6:00 pm* M22 MARYLAND .............. 1:00 pm* M26-30 ............ACC Championship%

* denotes ACC game %at NewBridge Bank Park Home games in ALL CAPS

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DEMON DEACONS 2009 Results F20 AKRON ...............................W, 11-2 F21 AKRON ............................. W, 16-15 OLD DOMINION .................W, 10-3 F22 MARSHALL...................W, 7-6 (10) F24 APPALACHIAN STATE........W, 15-3 F27 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON .....W, 11-1 M4 at UNC Wilmington ............. L, 7-12 M6 *VIRGINIA .......................... L, 2-18 M7 *VIRGINIA ............................ L, 6-8 M8 * VIRGINIA ......................... L, 5-21 M10 at Winthrop ..........................W, 6-4 M11 ELON..................................... L, 4-5 M13 *at Clemson .......................... L, 1-6 M14 *at Clemson .......................... L, 1-4 M15 *at Clemson .......................... L, 3-7 M17 at Appalachian State.............W, 3-1 M18 HIGH POINT .........................W, 6-5 M20 *NC STATE ..........................W, 6-3 M21 *NC STATE ......................... L, 3-10 M22 *NC STATE ........................W, 7-13 M24 at Davidson .............. W, 13-11 (11) M28 *at Duke................................ L. 1-3 M29 *at Duke...............................W, 4-2 *at Duke.............................W. 12-8 M31 at Charlotte ........................W, 15-7 A1 UNC GREENSBORO .............W, 4-3 A3 *at Virginia Tech ................W, 11-4 A4 *at Virginia Tech ...... W, 15-14 (10) A5 *at Virginia Tech ................... L, 2-3 A7 USC UPSTATE.................. W. 20-14 A8 COASTAL CAROLINA ........ L, 13-16 A11 *BOSTON COLLEGE............ L, 2-23 *BOSTON COLLEGE.............. L, 2-4 A12 *BOSTON COLLEGE.............W, 5-3 A14 CHARLOTTE .........................W, 8-7 A15 at UNC Greensboro ............. L, 4-10 A17 *GEORGIA TECH ................. L, 2-13 A18 *GEORGIA TECH ................... L, 1-8 A19 *GEORGIA TECH ................... L, 0-6 A21 at High Point ....................... L, 5-12 A24 *at Florida State .................. L, 6-15 A25 *at Florida State .................... L, 4-6 A26 *at Florida State ................ L, 10-14 A28 DAVIDSON .........................W, 11-3 A29 at Coastal Carolina .............. L. 5-18 M8 *at Maryland ......................... L, 4-7 M9 *at Maryland ....................... L, 9-10 M10 *at Maryland ....................... L, 4-15 M12 WINTHROP ..........................W, 4-2 M14 MIAMI ................................. L, 5-23 M16 MIAMI ................................. L, 6-19 M16 MIAMI ................................... L, 2-4 * denotes ACC game Home games in ALL CAPS

Diamond Honors First-Team All-Americans ...................... 22 ACC Player of the Year ............................ 5 ACC Pitcher of the Year ........................... 0 ACC Freshman of the Year ...................... 2 ACC Coach of the Year ............................ 2 All-ACC First Team ................................. 84 1950’s ...........18 1980’s ............13 1960’s ...........17 1990’s ............13 1970’s ...........10 2000’s ............13

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Austin Stadler

Mike Murray

P/1B• Sophomore • Midlothian, Va.

C • Senior • Westfield, N.J.

Two-Way Performer

Murray Makes It Happen

Austin Stadler appeared in 13 games on the mound as a freshman last season, including nine starts ... He had a 4-5 record and two saves with a 4.13 ERA ... Hit .279 with two homers and 24 RBIs at the plate ... Tied for second on the team with 11 doubles ... Hit .421 during the first weekend of the season, going 8-for-19 at the plate ... Went 4-for-5 with four RBIs in first game of collegiate career against Akron (Feb, 20) and also earned the pitching win, allowing just one run on five hits, while striking out seven in five innings.

Mike Murray hit .306 with six home runs and 37 RBIs in 51 games last season ... Made only two errors in 317 chances behind the plate ... Finished tied for second on the team in RBIs and third in batting average ... Named to Johnny Bench Award Watch List ... Had four hits, drove in two runs and scored twice in comeback win over Akron (Feb. 21) ... earned All-Cape Cod league honors after hitting .347 over the summer with the Chatham Anglers ... Appeared in 50 games with 37 starts and hit .302 as a sophomore in 2008.

2009 Wake Forest Stats (22-30, 6-24 6th ACC Atlantic) Player AVG Ryan Lloyd........................667 Ian Tomkins ......................333 Weldon Woodall ...............328 Steven Brooks ..................313 Mike Murray ......................306 Ryan Semeniuk ................304 Austin Stadler ...................279 Tyler Smith .......................278 Dustin Hood ......................273 Carlos Lopez ....................268 Evan Ocheltree .................266 Shane Kroker....................261 Bentley Heyman ...............232 Micah Jarrett .....................214 Ryan Bouton .....................000

GP 6 24 52 42 51 32 42 47 52 47 51 52 30 30 1

GS 0 9 50 40 50 18 36 40 52 43 46 51 18 15 0

AB 3 42 186 166 186 69 136 151 209 153 184 218 82 56 0

R 2 7 41 25 27 20 21 32 30 27 37 45 16 9 0

H 2 14 61 52 57 21 38 42 57 41 49 57 19 12 0

2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% 0 0 0 2 2 .667 1 0 2 7 21 .500 15 0 9 39 103 .554 9 0 5 30 76 .458 11 0 6 37 86 .462 6 1 2 10 35 .507 11 0 2 24 55 .404 11 0 3 25 62 .411 8 0 1 24 68 .325 7 1 12 37 86 .562 6 1 10 31 87 .473 9 2 2 21 76 .349 2 0 1 16 24 .293 2 0 0 5 14 .250 0 0 0 0 0 .000

Totals ................................284 52 52 1841 339 522 98 5 55 308 795 Opponents ........................329 52 52 1920 454 631 138 6 67 408 982 Pitcher ERA W-L APP GS CG SH/CB SV Daniel Marrs ............... 2.77 1-0 6 3 0 0/0 0 Zach White ................. 3.32 4-1 23 0 0 0/0 3 Austin Stadler ............. 4.13 4-5 13 9 0 0/0 2 Michael Dimock .......... 6.46 4-4 21 8 0 0/0 2 Brad Kledzik ............... 5.15 2-4 9 8 0 0/0 0 Ryan McGrath ............ 5.95 3-1 20 0 0 0/0 1 Brandon Johnson ....... 6.06 0-0 16 2 0 0/0 1 Mark Adzick ................ 6.89 0-2 14 1 0 0/0 0 Garrett Bullock ............ 8.08 1-5 12 10 0 0/0 0 Phil Negus .................. 9.05 2-6 17 10 0 0/0 1 Greg Young .............. 12.00 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Gabriel Feldman ....... 12.06 0-1 11 0 0 0/0 0 Alex Wiesner ............ 12.54 0-1 15 1 0 0/0 0 Joel Ernst.................. 14.03 1-0 14 0 0 0/0 0 Ryan Bouton ............. 14.29 0-0 8 0 0 0/0 0 Ryan Burke ............... 21.60 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Eli Robins ................. 99.00 0-0 3 0 0 0/0 0 Totals .......................... 7.30 22-30 Opponents .................. 5.85 30-22

52 52 52 52

0 4

IP 13.0 38.0 52.1 62.2 43.2 19.2 32.2 15.2 49.0 56.2 3.0 15.2 18.2 25.2 5.2 5.0 0.1

H 13 31 59 83 57 17 42 22 75 83 5 31 36 46 15 12 4

BB HBP SO GDP OB% SF SH SB ATT 0 0 0 0 .667 0 0 0 0 4 1 13 0 .404 0 0 0 0 24 10 49 5 .430 1 0 7 8 11 0 36 0 .356 0 1 11 14 30 4 24 7 .404 5 0 0 0 7 2 25 1 .385 0 2 8 11 13 2 31 2 .346 2 1 2 3 17 4 30 6 .358 4 0 4 7 24 8 29 4 .368 1 4 6 8 21 10 52 4 .387 2 0 1 3 15 1 48 1 .325 0 0 8 8 11 0 22 8 .297 0 4 1 1 9 0 13 0 .301 2 1 1 2 11 3 13 0 .371 0 1 4 7 0 0 0 0 .000 0 0 0 0

PO A E FLD% 0 0 0 .000 75 15 1 .989 28 1 2 .935 89 1 2 .978 280 37 2 .994 35 2 2 .949 87 25 3 .974 309 19 14 .959 101 155 8 .970 36 64 12 .893 160 12 9 .950 74 136 26 .890 40 62 10 .911 37 1 1 .974 0 2 0 1.000

.432 197 45 385 38 .364 17 14 53 72 1372 610 103 .511 242 43 350 43 .410 30 26 84 101 1380 561 73 R 4 16 38 60 30 15 25 21 49 60 4 30 26 42 15 12 7

0/0 10 457.1 631 454 1/1 15 460.0 522 339

ER BB SO 2B 3B HR 4 11 15 1 0 1 14 23 37 10 0 5 24 19 41 10 1 5 45 16 51 19 2 12 25 19 40 6 0 4 13 10 16 5 0 2 22 12 16 11 0 4 12 8 7 4 0 0 44 25 31 16 0 8 57 24 40 20 0 10 4 5 3 1 0 0 21 23 11 11 0 2 26 16 13 7 0 2 40 15 18 10 3 5 9 6 6 2 0 3 12 4 5 3 0 3 7 6 0 2 0 1 371 242 350 138 299 197 385 98

.951 .964

AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 48 .271 1 1 0 0 1 131 .237 1 3 0 3 4 211 .280 2 3 2 0 3 276 .301 3 8 1 0 1 181 .315 2 2 0 5 3 72 .236 4 4 1 3 0 134 .313 2 1 0 3 1 67 .328 2 3 1 0 1 203 .369 9 7 2 2 6 245 .339 12 3 1 4 3 14 .357 0 1 0 0 0 73 .425 1 0 0 2 1 87 .414 4 3 0 1 1 113 .407 3 2 0 6 0 32 .469 1 0 0 1 1 28 .429 1 0 0 0 0 5 .800 2 2 0 0 0

6 67 1920 5 55 1841

.329 50 .284 35

43 45

8 30 8 17

26 14


WAKE FOREST Wake Forest in the ACC

Wake Forest Coaching Records

Year Overall 1954......................... 13-9-0 1955......................... 29-7-0 1956......................... 13-5-1 1957......................... 13-7-0 1958......................... 12-9-0 1959......................... 13-8-0 1960......................... 14-7-0 1961......................... 23-7-0 1962....................... 20-11-0 1963....................... 28-11-0 1964......................... 23-7-0 1965....................... 14-15-0 1966....................... 12-12-0 1967......................... 8-15-1 1968....................... 10-24-1 1969....................... 13-20-0 1970....................... 11-21-0 1971......................... 7-19-0 1972......................... 8-18-0 1973......................... 6-16-0 1974......................... 8-20-0 1975......................... 9-20-0 1976....................... 22-11-0 1977....................... 31-13-0 1978....................... 23-14-0 1979......................... 28-9-0 1980....................... 17-13-0 1981....................... 17-13-0 1982....................... 26-12-1 1983....................... 17-18-0 1984....................... 17-25-0 1985....................... 23-23-2 1986....................... 29-21-0 1987....................... 19-31-0 1988....................... 32-26-0 1989....................... 35-23-0 1990....................... 35-24-2 1991....................... 37-22-0 1992....................... 36-22-0 1993....................... 31-22-0 1994....................... 37-20-0 1995....................... 34-24-0 1996....................... 26-32-0 1997....................... 37-20-0 1998....................... 43-23-0 1999....................... 47-16-0 2000....................... 41-20-1 2001....................... 44-18-0 2002....................... 47-13-1 2003....................... 29-24-0 2004....................... 17-33-0 2005....................... 28-30-0 2006....................... 33-22-0 2007....................... 34-29-0 2008....................... 25-31-0

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

Finish 4th 1st 4th 2nd 4th 2nd 5th 3rd 1st 1st 2nd 3rd 3rd 7th 8th 5th 8th 8th 7th 4th 7th 6th 5th 3rd 3rd 2nd 6th 7th 3rd 4th 8th 8th 6th 6th 6th 5th 4th 4th 6th 7th 7th 5th 8th 5th 5th 2nd 4th 3rd 2nd 7th T8th 8th T2nd-A 4th-A 3rd-A

ACC Trn. x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x 1-2 0-1 1-2 1-2 4-0 3-2 x 0-1 1-2 3-2 0-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 0-2 2-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 1-2 1-2 1-2 0-2 5-1 5-0 1-2 4-1 2-2 0-2 0-1 3-2 0-2 2-2 1-2

2009............................ 22-30-0

6-24-0

6th-A

x

PostSeason *9-2

2-2 3-2

2-2

Career Records Coach Years Unknown..................4 Mig Billings ..............2 E.T. MacDowell .......1 L.E. Carlyle ..............1 Bill Holding...............1 J.L. White, Jr............1 H.L. Langston ..........1 Phil Utley .................1 Hank Garrity ............2 John Caddell..........13 Murray Greason.......7 Frank Novosele .......1 Lee Gooch ...............2 Taylor Sanford .........5 Charlie Teague ........1 Gene Hooks.............3 Jack Stallings...........9 Neil Johnston ...........3 Beattie Feathers ......4 Marvin Crater .........12 George Greer ........17 Rick Rembielak........4

Seasons W 1891-1892, 1894, 1899 ..........17 1916-1917 ..............................18 1918..........................................9 1919........................................10 1920........................................12 1921........................................15 1922..........................................9 1923........................................10 1924-1925 ..............................30 1926-1939 ............................183 1940-1942, 1946-1947 ...........46 1948........................................16 1949-1950 ..............................62 1951-1955 ..............................86 1956........................................13 1957-1959 ..............................38 1960-1968 ............................152 1969-1971 ..............................31 1972-1975 ..............................31 1976-1987 ............................269 1988-2004 ............................608 2005-2009 ............................142

L 6 17 3 4 6 5 9 11 16 120 37 7 10 40 5 24 99 60 74 203 382 142

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

Pct. .515 .514 .750 .692 .667 .717 .500 .476 .652 .571 .552 .688 .861 .683 .711 .613 .605 .341 .295 .569 .614 .500

Seasons W 1954-1955 ..............................19 1957-1959 ..............................25 1956..........................................7 1960-1968 ..............................69 1988-2004 ............................184 2005-2009 ..............................61 1976-1987 ..............................59 1969-1971 ..............................17 1972-1975 ..............................12

L 10 17 5 61 198 87 94 38 41

T 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0

Pct. .655 .595 .577 .530 .482 .412 .386 .309 .226

Seasons W 1988-2004 ..............................25 2005-2008 ................................6 1976-1978, 1980-1987 ...........14 1972-1975 ................................2

L 29 8 19 5

T 0 0 0 0

Pct. .463 .429 .424 .286

Seasons W 1955..........................................9 1949..........................................7 1962-1963 ................................5 1998-2002 ..............................13 1977..........................................2 2007..........................................1

L 2 2 4 11 2 2

T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Pct. .818 .778 .556 .542 .500 .333

ACC Games Only Coach Years Taylor Sanford .........2 Gene Hooks.............3 Charlie Teague ........1 Jack Stallings...........9 George Greer ........17 Rick Rembielak........5 Marvin Crater .........12 Neil Johnston ...........3 Beattie Feathers ......4

ACC Tournament

2-2 3-3 2-2 3-2 3-2

1-2

Coach Years George Greer ........17 Rick Rembielak........4 Marvin Crater .........11 Beattie Feathers ......3

NCAA Tournament Coach Years Taylor Sanford .........1 Lee Gooch ...............1 Jack Stallings...........2 George Greer ..........5 Marvin Crater ...........1 Rick Rembielak........1

* denotes competed in College World Series

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ACC Year-By-Year Year 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

ACC Champion Clemson Wake Forest Duke Duke Clemson Clemson North Carolina Duke Wake Forest Wake Forest North Carolina Maryland North Carolina Clemson NC State North Carolina Maryland Maryland Virginia NC State NC State NC State Clemson Wake Forest Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson North Carolina North Carolina North Carolina Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Clemson North Carolina Clemson NC State Clemson Clemson Florida State Virginia Florida State Wake Forest Wake Forest Georgia Tech Wake Forest Florida State Georgia Tech Florida State Georgia Tech

Year 2006 2007 2008 2009

ACC Champion Clemson North Carolina Miami Virginia

Regular Season Champion Clemson Wake Forest Duke Duke Clemson Clemson North Carolina Duke Wake Forest Wake Forest North Carolina Maryland North Carolina Clemson NC State North Carolina Maryland Maryland Virginia Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson Clemson North Carolina Clemson Clemson North Carolina Clemson Clemson NC State Georgia Tech Clemson North Carolina North Carolina Clemson Clemson Georgia Tech Clemson Clemson Florida State Georgia Tech Florida State Florida State Georgia Tech Florida State Florida State Florida State Georgia Tech Georgia Tech Atlantic Division Champion Clemson Florida State Florida State Florida State

Player of the Year x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Chris Cammack, NCS Eddie Hill, UNC Mike Caldwell, NCS Bob Grossman, Md. Craig White, Clem. Steve Cline, Clem. Denny Walling, Clem. Chuck Porter, Clem. Kenny Baker, WF Greg Norris, UNC Jim Atkinson, UNC Scott Bradley, UNC Brick Smith, WF Bill Merrifield, WF Bill Merrifield, WF Tracy Woodson, NCS Jim McCollom, Clem. Chuck Baldwin, Clem. Riccardo Ingram, GaT Turtle Zaun, NCS Brian Barnes, Clem. Brian Kowitz, Clem. Andy Bruce, GaT Derek Hacopian, Md. Jason Varitek, GaT Ryan Jackson, Duke Shane Monahan, Clem. Kris Benson, Clem. J.D. Drew, FSU Brian Roberts, UNC Marshall McDougall, FSU Mark Teixeira, GaT John-Ford Griffin, FSU Khalil Greene, Clem. Jamie D’Antona, WF Joe Koshansky, UVa Ryan Braun, UM Coastal Division Champion North Carolina North Carolina Miami North Carolina

Pitcher of the Year x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Cesar Carrillo, UM

Player of the Year Sean Doolittle, UVa Tony Thomas Jr., FSU Buster Posey, FSU Dustin Ackley, UNC

Coach of the Year x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Tom D’Armi, Duke Marvin Crater, WF Jim Morris, GaT Sam Esposito, NCS Dennis Womack, UVa Sam Esposito, NCS Jim Morris, GaT Bill Wilhelm, Clem. Mike Roberts, UNC Ray Tanner, NCS Bill Wilhelm, Clem. Steve Traylor, Duke Jim Morris, GaT Jack Leggett, Clem. Jack Leggett, Clem. Mike Martin, FSU Danny Hall, GaT Mike Martin, FSU Mike Martin, FSU Danny Hall, GaT Mike Martin, FSU George Greer, WF Elliott Avent, NCS Brian O’Connor, UVa Danny Hall, GaT

Pitcher of the Year Andrew Miller, UNC Bryan Henry, FSU Alex White, UNC Deck McGuire, Gt

Freshman of the Year x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Jason Varitek, GaT Nomar Garciaparra, GaT Jonathan Johnson, FSU Tom Sergio, NCS Matthew LeCroy, Clem. Jeff Becker, Duke Brian Roberts, UNC Patrick Boyd, Clem. Mark Teixeira, GaT Adam Greenberg, UNC Jamie D’Antona, WF Stephen Drew, FSU Micah Owings, GaT Daniel Bard, UNC Matt Wieters, GaT

Coach of the Year Jack Leggett, Clem. Mike Martin, FSU Jim Moris, Miami Mike Martin, FSU

Non-ACC 46-36-1 44-30-0 28-28-5 35-24-0 37-29-1 46-22-0 33-27-2 43-26-0 43-35-0 58-35-0 55-41-0 50-43-4 49-44-4 69-35-0 66-43-0 67-41-2 68-48-1 78-53-1 69-69-0 47-42-4 65-54-2 75-35-0 89-53-0 108-58-2 117-51-0 132-65-2 126-57-1 153-71-0 132-86-2 130-72-2 169-60-3 180-96-4 188-103-1 153-85-3 178-93-1 174-90-4 203-98-4 208-86-3 220-72-1 227-72-1 231-75-2 207-93-0 228-77-0 212-82-0 236-84-2 195-72-0 215-100-2 178-111-0 249-74-1 198-92-1 192-105-0 215-91-0

Freshman of the Year Allan Dykstra, WF Dustin Ackley, UNC Chris Hernandez, Miami Danny Hultzen, Virginia

Non-ACC 255-86-1 244-90-1 265-76-0 249-86-0

* denotes first year the ACC conducted a Championship $ denotes no tournament was held due to academic schedule conflicts

Composite Records Years Florida State ............... 63 Miami .......................... 65 Clemson ................... 112 North Carolina .......... 120 NC State ................... 104 Georgia Tech ............ 107 Virginia Tech............. 116 Wake Forest ............... 95 Virginia...................... 121 Duke ......................... 117 Boston College ........... 64 Maryland ................... 111

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ALL GAMES 1st Year Games 1948 3,415 1940 3,148 1896 3,878 1867 3,862 1903 3,257 1895 3,500 1892 3,226 1891 3,108 1889 3,558 1889 3,385 1946 1,957 1893 2,948

Won 2,486 2,242 2,478 2,445 1,999 2,123 1,908 1,807 1,924 1,814 1,041 1,489

Lost 910 888 1,370 1,380 1,231 1,350 1,313 1,280 1,594 1,537 902 1,438

Tie 9 18 30 37 27 27 26 21 40 34 14 31

Pct. .733 .715 .643 .637 .618 .610 .595 .585 .546 .541 .536 .510

Years Florida State .............. 18 Clemson .................... 56 Miami ........................... 5 Georgia Tech ............. 30 North Carolina ........... 56 NC State .................... 56 Wake Forest .............. 56 Virginia....................... 55 Maryland .................... 56 Boston College ............ 4 Duke .......................... 56 Virginia Tech................ 5 South Carolina ........... 19

ACC GAMES ONLY Seasons Games 1992-09 453 1954-09 1004 2005-09 148 1980-09 645 1954-09 1012 1954-09 1006 1954-09 1008 1955-09 978 1954-09 983 2006-09 117 1954-09 982 2005-09 144 1954-71 176

Won 327 668 94 389 606 551 453 414 361 43 318 36 97

Lost 126 333 53 254 403 455 551 559 620 74 660 108 161

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

Pct. .722 .667 .639 .605 .600 .548 .449 .426 .369 .368 .326 .250 .376


ACC Coaching Records Overall Wins (1954-2009)

Overall Winning Percentage (1954-2009)

(While a Member of ACC)

(Minimum of Four Seasons)

Coach Years Wins Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................1958-93 1,161 Mike Martin, Florida State ...................1992-09 913 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ................1978-98 780 Jack Leggett, Clemson .......................1994-09 724 Jim Morris, GT & UM.....1982-93, 05-09 ........... 715 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ...................1994-09 680 George Greer, Wake Forest ..................1988-04 608 Dennis Womack, Virginia ......................1981-03 594 Sam Esposito, NC State ........................1967-87 513 Mike Fox, North Carolina ....................1999-09 500

Coach Years Record Mike Martin, Florida State .................... 1992-09 913-320-1 Brian O’Connor, Virginia...................... 2004-09 265-104-1 Mike Fox, North Carolina ..................... 1999-09 500-208-1 Ray Tanner, NC State ............................ 1988-96 395-173-3 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech .................... 1994-09 680-313-1 Jack Leggett, Clemson ........................ 1994-09 724-331-1 Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................. 1958-93 1161-536-10 Jim Morris, GT & Miami............ 1982-93, 05-09 725-344-2 Sam Esposito, NC State ......................... 1967-87 513-253-4 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ................. 1978-98 780-428-3

:: Division I Baseball Coaching Records

Pct. .740 .718 .706 .694 .685 .686 .683 .678 .669 .645

Winningest Active Coaches (by pct) Coach, Team Pct. 1. Mike Fox, North Carolina ................... .748 2. Mike Martin, Florida State .................. .745 7. Brian O’Connor, Virginia ......................718 8. Jim Morris, Miami ............................... .703 12. Danny Hall, Georgia Tech .................. .676 30. Jack Leggett, Clemson....................... .639 (minimum 5 yrs as a Div. I head coach; includes record at 4-year colleges only)

ACC Wins (1954-2009)

ACC Winning Percentage (1954-2009)

Winningest Active Coaches (by wins)

(While a Member of ACC)

(Minimum of Four Seasons)

Coach, Team Wins 1. Augie Garrido, Texas ...........................1,718 2. Gene Stephenson, Wichita State.........1,683 3. Mike Martin, Florida State .................1,579 4. Mark Marquess, Stanford ....................1,326 5. Jim Morris, Miami ..............................1,237 7. Jack Leggett, Clemson......................1,101 9. Mike Fox, North Carolina ..................1,039 19. Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ....................898 33. Elliott Avent, NC State ..........................708 (includes record at 4-year colleges only)

Coach Years Wins Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................1958-93 381 Mike Martin, Florida State ...................1992-09 324 Jack Leggett, Clemson .......................1994-09 269 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ...................1994-09 259 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ................1978-98 224 Jim Morris, GT&Miami..........1982-93, 2005-09 220 Walter Rabb, North Carolina .................1954-77 209 Jack Jackson, Maryland ........................1961-90 203 Sam Esposito, NC State ........................1967-87 184 George Greer, Wake Forest ..................1988-04 184 Mike Fox, North Carolina ....................1999-09 179

Coach Years Mike Martin, Florida State .................... 1992-09 Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................. 1958-93 Jack Leggett, Clemson ........................ 1994-09 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech .................... 1994-09 Mike Fox, North Carolina ..................... 1999-09 Brian O’Connor, Virginia...................... 2004-09 Jim Morris, GT & Miami.............1982-93, 05-09 Walter Rabb, North Carolina .................. 1954-77 Sam Esposito, NC State ......................... 1967-87 Ray Tanner, NC State ............................ 1988-96

Record 324-126 381-158-1 269-141-1 259-147-1 179-110-1 103-64-1 220-137-2 209-131-1 184-125 116-83

Pct. .720 .706 .656 .638 .619 .616 .613 .614 .595 .583

ACC Tournament Winning Percentage ACC Tournament Wins

(Minimum of Four Tournaments)

(1973-1978, 1980-2009)

Coach Years Wins Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................1973-93 64 Mike Martin, Florida State ...................1992-09 58 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ................1978-98 50 Jim Morris, GT & Miami.................1982-93, 09 37 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ...................1994-09 35 Jack Leggett, Clemson .......................1994-09 35 Sam Esposito, NC State ........................1973-87 30 George Greer, Wake Forest ..................1988-04 25 Dennis Womack, Virginia ......................1981-03 25 Jack Jackson, Maryland ........................1973-90 23

Coach Years Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ............................. 1973-93 Mike Martin, Florida State .................... 1992-09 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ................. 1973-98

Record 64-28 58-29 50-33

Jim Morris, GT & Miami.................. 1982-93, 05-08

37-25

.597

Brian O’Connor, Virginia...................... 2004-09 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech .................... 1994-09 Jack Leggett, Clemson ........................ 1994-09 Sam Esposito, NC State ......................... 1973-87 Ray Tanner, NC State ............................ 1988-96 Elliott Avent, NC State.......................... 1997-08

12-9 35-27 35-29 30-23 21-17 22-24

.571 .565 .547 .566 .552 .478

NCAA Tournament Wins

NCAA Tournament Winning Percentage

(While a Member of ACC)

(While a member of the ACC - Minimum of Two Tournaments)

Coach App. Wins Mike Martin, Florida State ............................ 18 78 Jack Leggett, Clemson ................................ 15 56 Mike Fox, North Carolina ............................. 10 44 Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ..................................... 17 42 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ............................ 14 40 Jim Morris, GT & Miami................................ 14 33 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ........................... 9 21 Elliott Avent, NC State.................................... 9 16 George Greer, Wake Forest ............................. 5 13 Brian O’Connor Virginia................................. 6 12 Ray Tanner, NC State ...................................... 7 11

Coach Years Mike Fox, North Carolina .............................. 10 Mike Martin, Florida State ............................. 18 Jack Leggett, Clemson ................................. 15 Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ............................. 14 Ace Parker, Duke .............................................. 3 Jack Stallings, Wake Forest .............................. 2 George Greer, Wake Forest .............................. 5 Bill Wilhelm, Clemson ...................................... 17 Jim Morris, GT & Miami................................. 14 Mike Roberts, North Carolina ............................ 9 Walter Rabb, North Carolina ............................. 4

Record 44-22 78-43 56-33 40-29 9-7 5-4 13-11 42-36 33-30 21-20 9-9

Pct. .696 .667 .602

Winningest Coaches All-Time (by pct) Coach, Team Pct. 1. Robert Henry Lee, Southern* ................831 2. Don Schaly, Marietta • .......................... .812 3. John Barry, Holy Cross • ...................... .807 4. Cliff Gustafson, Texas • ........................ .792 5. Mark Walsh, Aurora •............................ .789 17.

Mike Fox, NC Wesleyan/UNC ................. .748

19.

Mike Martin, Florida State ...................... .745

26.

Ron Fraser, Miami • .............................. .741 (minimum 10 years as a NCAA head coach; includes record at 4-year colleges only)

Winningest Coaches All-Time (by wins) Coach, Team Wins 1. Gordie Gillespie, Ripon ........................1,783 2. Augie Garrido, Texas ...........................1,668 3. Gene Stephenson, Wichita State.........1,605

Pct. .667 .645 .629 .580 .563 .556 .542 .538 .524 .512 .500

4.

Mike Martin, Florida State ..................... 1,579

5.

Larry Hays, Lubbock Chrst./Texas Tech.1,483

15. 16.

Ron Fraser, Miami • .............................1,267 Jack Stallings, WF/FSU/Ga.South. • ...1,255

19.

Jim Morris, Ga. Tech/Miami ...................1,242

26.

Bill Wilhelm, Clemson •........................1,161

33.

Jack Leggett, Vermont/WCU/Clem ............ 1,101

(minimum 10 years as a NCAA head coach; includes record at 4-year colleges only) • no longer active


ACC Annual Standings

:: 1954 W Clemson ....................8 Maryland ....................6 NC State ....................8 Wake Forest ..............8 North Carolina ...........7 Duke ..........................5 South Carolina ...........4 Virginia.......................x

L 4 4 6 7 8 9 8 x

1955 Wake Forest ............11 3 NC State ..................10 4 North Carolina ...........8 5 South Carolina ...........7 7 Duke ..........................6 6 Maryland ....................6 7 Clemson ....................5 9 Virginia.......................0 12 1956 Duke ........................12 3 NC State ..................11 4 North Carolina ...........9 4 Wake Forest ..............7 5 Virginia.......................6 7 South Carolina ...........5 9 Clemson ....................2 10 Maryland ....................1 11 1957 Duke ........................10 4 North Carolina ...........9 5 Wake Forest ..............9 5 NC State ....................7 7 Maryland ....................6 8 South Carolina ...........6 8 Virginia.......................6 8 Clemson ....................3 11

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 14 15 9 13 14 10 10 7 29 14 12 10 10 9 7 6 16 14 12 13 10 9 4 5 19 15 13 8 10 9 12 6

L 10 9 7 9 11 13 10 13 7 5 12 10 11 11 11 16 12 5 10 5 13 9 14 15 8 10 7 10 12 9 12 12

T 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1962 W L Wake Forest ............10 5 Virginia.......................9 6 Clemson ....................8 6 NC State ....................8 6 South Carolina ...........6 7 Duke ..........................6 8 Maryland ....................5 8 North Carolina ...........4 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1963 Wake Forest ............11 3 Clemson ....................9 5 North Carolina ...........9 5 Duke ..........................8 6 Virginia.......................6 7 Maryland ....................5 8 NC State ....................4 10 South Carolina ...........3 11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

28 15 20 15 9 10 9 7

2 1 1 1 0 0 2 0

1964 North Carolina .........14 0 Wake Forest ..............9 4 Maryland ....................7 6 Clemson ....................6 7 South Carolina ...........6 7 Virginia.......................6 7 NC State ....................4 9 Duke ..........................0 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24 23 10 13 15 10 8 4

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1965 Maryland ..................10 Clemson ....................9 South Carolina ...........7 Wake Forest ..............7 North Carolina ...........6 NC State ....................6 Virginia.......................6 Duke ..........................5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

21 20 11 15 12 11 8 6

13 7 12 8 12 12 16 19

0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0

4 5 7 7 8 8 8 9

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 20 11 17 11 11 13 7 8

16 18 16 14 14 10 10 8

L 11 12 8 10 10 12 14 14

T 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

1970 W Maryland ..................14 Clemson ..................14 NC State ..................13 Virginia.....................10 Duke ........................10 South Carolina ...........9 North Carolina ...........7 Wake Forest ..............6

L 7 7 8 10 11 12 13 15

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 26 32 21 18 17 14 12 11

L 14 16 10 14 16 20 20 21

T 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

11 11 9 10 13 12 10 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1971 Maryland ..................10 4 Clemson ..................10 4 NC State ....................9 5 North Carolina ...........7 7 South Carolina ...........7 7 Virginia.......................7 7 Duke ..........................4 10 Wake Forest ..............2 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 27 18 13 19 20 15 7

10 14 11 19 13 9 14 19

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

7 7 9 13 12 9 15 21

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1972 Virginia.......................9 4 North Carolina .........10 5 Maryland ....................9 5 NC State ....................7 8 Clemson ....................6 7 Duke ..........................3 7 Wake Forest ..............3 11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

18 23 18 18 19 12 8

15 9 10 13 15 16 18

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

8 10 12 15 15 10 13 17

0 2 0 0 0 1 1 0

1958 Clemson ..................12 3 North Carolina .........11 4 Duke ..........................7 5 Wake Forest ..............7 6 NC State ....................6 7 Virginia.......................4 9 Maryland ....................4 10 South Carolina ...........3 11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

22 19 9 12 10 5 7 7

8 8 11 9 7 15 11 14

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

1966 North Carolina .........12 2 Clemson ....................9 4 NC State ....................7 7 South Carolina ...........7 7 Wake Forest ..............7 7 Maryland ....................6 8 Duke ..........................4 9 Virginia.......................3 11

1959 Clemson ..................11 3 North Carolina ...........9 6 Wake Forest ..............9 6 Maryland ....................7 6 Virginia.......................6 8 South Carolina ...........5 8 Duke ..........................5 10 NC State ....................5 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

24 8 17 7 13 8 11 6 10 9 11 12 9 16 8 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1967 Clemson ..................11 2 Maryland ....................8 5 South Carolina ...........8 5 North Carolina ...........8 5 NC State ....................6 7 Virginia.......................5 8 Wake Forest ..............4 8 Duke ..........................2 12

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

29 12 21 19 11 12 8 9

9 6 8 8 11 10 15 20

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

1960 North Carolina .........11 3 Duke ..........................9 4 NC State ....................9 5 Clemson ....................7 6 Wake Forest ..............7 7 Maryland ....................5 7 Virginia.......................3 11 South Carolina ...........3 11

0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0

22 7 13 8 12 8 11 10 14 7 9 9 3 15 4 18

0 1 0 1 0 1 2 0

1968 NC State ..................13 4 Maryland ..................12 5 North Carolina .........12 6 Clemson ..................11 7 South Carolina ...........7 9 Duke ..........................7 13 Virginia.......................5 13 Wake Forest ..............5 15

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

25 19 21 27 14 12 10 10

9 6 12 14 11 19 20 24

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1

1961 Duke ........................11 3 North Carolina .........10 4 Wake Forest ..............9 5 NC State ....................8 5 Clemson ....................6 8 Maryland ....................5 8 Virginia.......................4 9 South Carolina ...........1 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

16 15 23 13 12 8 7 3

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1969 North Carolina .........14 Maryland ..................13 Clemson ..................12 NC State ....................9 Virginia.......................9 Wake Forest ..............9 Duke ..........................7 South Carolina ...........3

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

23 19 27 17 19 13 14 12

11 6 17 11 14 20 18 21

0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1

54

11 7 7 5 11 12 11 15

4 5 8 9 11 11 13 15

Starting in 1973, ACC Champion determined by outcome of tournament play. Tournament Champion in bold.

1973 Clemson ..................10 2 NC State....................9 3 Virginia.......................7 5 North Carolina ...........5 7 Wake Forest ..............5 7 Maryland ....................4 8 Duke ..........................2 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

25 23 16 11 6 11 7

15 10 12 15 16 9 17

0 1 2 0 0 1 0

1974 Clemson ..................10 1 North Carolina ...........9 3 NC State....................7 5 Maryland ....................6 6 Virginia.......................6 6 Duke ..........................3 8 Wake Forest ..............0 12

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

23 22 22 12 21 9 7

15 8 12 16 17 16 21

0 1 0 1 0 0 0

1975 Clemson 10 2 NC State..................10 2 Maryland ....................7 3 North Carolina ...........4 7 Virginia.......................4 7 Wake Forest ..............3 9 Duke ..........................2 10

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

33 27 15 17 14 9 9

10 7 8 9 12 20 18

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1976 Clemson .................10 2 Maryland ....................8 4 North Carolina ...........8 4 NC State ....................6 6 Wake Forest ..............5 7 Virginia.......................4 8 Duke ..........................1 11

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

36 19 19 20 22 17 7

15 14 7 12 11 22 23

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1977 Clemson ....................9 Maryland ....................7 Wake Forest .............7 North Carolina ...........6 NC State ....................5 Virginia.......................1 Duke ..........................1

0 1 0 0 0 1 0

42 14 31 18 27 11 9

10 12 13 17 12 22 16

0 1 0 0 0 1 0

1 4 5 6 5 8 7

1978 W L Clemson .................10 2 North Carolina ...........9 3 Wake Forest ..............7 5 Maryland ....................5 6 NC State ....................5 7 Virginia.......................4 8 Duke ..........................1 10

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 39 38 23 14 23 18 12

L 14 17 14 14 16 14 12

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

(No Tournament) 1979 Clemson ..................10 1 0 40 15 0 Wake Forest ..............9 3 0 28 9 0 North Carolina ...........7 5 0 33 16 1 Maryland ....................7 5 0 15 20 1 Virginia.......................4 7 0 21 15 0 NC State ....................3 9 0 24 13 0 Duke ..........................1 11 0 12 18 0 1980 North Carolina .........11 1 Maryland ....................9 4 Clemson ...................6 5 NC State ....................7 6 Virginia.......................6 6 Wake Forest ..............5 8 Georgia Tech .............3 10 Duke ..........................2 9

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

39 24 38 21 21 17 8 17

17 10 21 12 13 13 19 11

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

1981 Clemson .................10 4 NC State ..................10 4 Maryland ....................7 3 Virginia.......................8 5 Duke ..........................6 6 North Carolina ...........6 7 Wake Forest ..............3 9 Georgia Tech .............1 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

34 33 23 28 29 38 20 14

24 12 13 20 10 15 19 24

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1982 Clemson ..................10 North Carolina..........7 Wake Forest ..............6 NC State ....................7 Georgia Tech .............6 Virginia.......................5 Maryland ....................4 Duke ..........................3

2 5 5 7 8 7 7 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

37 29 26 24 29 21 13 16

22 26 12 13 20 26 17 13

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1

1983 North Carolina .........10 NC State ....................9 Clemson ....................6 Wake Forest ..............5 Georgia Tech .............6 Maryland ....................4 Virginia.......................4 Duke ..........................1

2 4 5 6 8 6 6 8

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

42 23 30 17 38 14 12 14

10 13 20 18 15 19 25 12

0 1 1 0 0 1 0 1

1984 Clemson ..................12 2 North Carolina ..........12 2 NC State ....................9 3 Maryland ....................6 7 Georgia Tech .............5 7 Virginia.......................4 10 Duke ..........................3 8 Wake Forest ..............1 13

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

38 44 32 18 36 25 25 17

17 13 8 14 19 17 13 25

0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0

1985 Clemson ....................9 4 Virginia.......................9 4 North Carolina ...........9 4 NC State ....................8 5 Georgia Tech............6 7 Duke ..........................5 8 Maryland ....................5 8 Wake Forest ..............1 12

0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1

36 38 40 29 42 18 22 23

30 16 17 16 19 15 28 23

1 0 1 0 1 3 0 2


ACC Annual Standings 1986 W L NC State ..................11 2 Georgia Tech..........10 4 Clemson ....................9 4 North Carolina ...........7 7 Virginia.......................6 7 Wake Forest ..............6 8 Maryland ....................3 10 Duke ..........................2 12

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 35 45 42 33 27 29 18 25

L 15 23 21 22 22 21 28 17

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1987 Georgia Tech..........17 Clemson ..................16 North Carolina .........13 NC State ..................12 Virginia.......................5 Maryland ....................5 Wake Forest ..............4 Duke ..........................3

4 5 7 8 12 12 13 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

51 54 31 39 18 15 19 18

14 14 22 16 30 24 31 26

0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1

1988 Clemson ..................18 NC State ..................13 Georgia Tech..........12 Virginia.....................11 North Carolina .........10 Wake Forest ..............7 Maryland ....................5 Duke ..........................3

2 6 8 10 11 12 14 16

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

54 45 45 32 34 32 20 10

14 16 24 19 27 26 26 35

0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

1989 North Carolina .........15 Clemson .................13 Georgia Tech ...........13 NC State ..................10 Wake Forest ..............9 Virginia.......................7 Maryland ....................4 Duke ..........................2

4 5 6 10 10 11 13 14

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

41 50 38 35 35 25 17 20

18 20 26 21 23 24 22 23

1 0 0 2 0 1 0 0

1990 North Carolina ..........17 Clemson ..................14 NC State ..................14 Wake Forest ............10 Georgia Tech .............9 Virginia.......................7 Duke ..........................4 Maryland ....................2

4 6 7 10 9 11 15 15

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

51 43 48 35 46 21 28 22

14 23 20 24 25 32 25 26

0 0 0 2 0 1 0 1

1991 Clemson .................18 Georgia Tech ...........12 NC State ..................11 North Carolina .........10 Wake Forest ............10 Virginia.....................10 Duke ..........................6 Maryland ....................5

3 8 10 10 10 11 15 15

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

60 42 48 36 37 28 24 29

10 26 20 23 22 27 27 27

0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1

1992 Clemson ..................19 Florida State ............16 NC State..................15 Georgia Tech ...........14 Duke ........................12 Wake Forest ............11 North Carolina ...........8 Maryland ....................7 Virginia.......................3

5 7 9 9 12 13 16 15 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50 49 46 45 38 36 31 27 21

14 21 18 19 16 22 27 28 30

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

1993 Georgia Tech ...........16 NC State ..................15 Florida State ............14 North Carolina .........13 Clemson .................11 Duke ........................11 Wake Forest ..............9 Virginia.......................7 Maryland ....................5

6 7 9 10 11 13 13 15 17

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

47 49 46 43 45 39 31 21 24

14 17 19 20 20 19 22 30 29

0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0

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1994 W Clemson .................20 Georgia Tech ...........16 Duke ........................16 Florida State ............14 NC State ..................13 North Carolina .........10 Wake Forest ............10 Maryland ....................6 Virginia.......................2

L 4 8 8 9 11 13 14 18 22

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 57 50 33 53 46 34 37 24 20

L 18 17 20 22 18 21 20 29 34

T 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0

2001 W Florida State ............20 Clemson ..................17 Wake Forest ...........16 Georgia Tech ...........13 Duke ........................10 North Carolina ...........9 Virginia.......................9 NC State ....................9 Maryland ....................4

L 4 7 8 11 13 15 15 15 19

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

W 47 41 44 41 23 31 25 32 17

L 19 22 18 20 33 26 31 29 37

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1995 Clemson ..................20 Florida State ...........16 Georgia Tech ...........16 North Carolina .........14 Wake Forest ............13 NC State ..................12 Virginia.......................8 Duke ..........................4 Maryland ....................4

4 7 8 10 11 12 15 20 20

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

54 53 38 39 34 36 26 30 20

14 16 22 23 24 24 29 27 37

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1996 Florida State ............19 Clemson ..................17 Georgia Tech ...........13 NC State ..................13 Virginia ...................11 North Carolina .........11 Duke ..........................9 Wake Forest ..............7 Maryland ....................7

2002 Florida State ...........18 Wake Forest ............17 North Carolina .........17 Clemson ..................16 Georgia Tech ...........14 Virginia.......................8 NC State ....................7 Maryland ....................6 Duke ..........................4

6 6 7 8 9 16 17 18 20

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

60 47 43 54 52 25 33 34 24

14 13 21 17 16 32 26 23 34

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

5 7 11 11 13 13 14 16 17

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

52 51 40 42 44 33 39 26 24

17 17 24 19 21 25 18 32 27

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1997 Georgia Tech ...........19 Florida State ...........18 NC State ..................15 Clemson ..................13 Wake Forest ............10 Virginia.....................10 Duke ..........................9 North Carolina ...........6 Maryland ....................5

2003 Florida State ............19 Georgia Tech..........17 NC State ..................15 Clemson ..................15 North Carolina .........13 Virginia.....................11 Wake Forest ..............8 Maryland ....................6 Duke ..........................2

5 7 9 9 11 12 15 17 21

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

54 44 45 39 42 29 29 20 18

13 18 18 22 23 25 24 33 36

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4 6 8 10 13 13 14 18 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

46 50 43 41 37 32 33 29 22

15 17 20 23 20 22 25 31 32

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1998 Florida State ............18 Georgia Tech ...........14 Clemson ..................14 NC State ..................12 Wake Forest ...........13 North Carolina .........13 Duke ..........................8 Maryland ....................5 Virginia.......................5

4 9 9 9 10 10 15 18 18

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

53 41 43 41 43 42 38 26 28

20 22 16 23 23 23 20 30 26

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1

1999 Florida State ............22 Wake Forest ...........16 Clemson ..................13 North Carolina .........13 Georgia Tech ...........12 NC State ..................11 Virginia.......................8 Maryland ....................6 Duke ..........................4

2 7 10 11 12 13 15 17 18

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

57 47 42 41 38 37 21 23 24

14 16 27 18 20 25 35 33 31

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

2000 Georgia Tech..........18 Clemson ..................17 Florida State ............15 Wake Forest ............14 North Carolina .........12 NC State ..................10 Virginia.....................10 Maryland ....................7 Duke ..........................5

6 7 9 10 12 14 14 17 19

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

50 51 53 41 46 30 26 24 17

16 18 19 20 17 28 31 33 41

0 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0

2004 Georgia Tech ...........18 Virginia.....................18 Florida State ...........16 Clemson ..................14 North Carolina .........14 NC State ..................11 Duke ..........................8 Wake Forest ..............4 Maryland ....................4

5 6 8 10 10 12 16 20 20

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

44 44 45 39 43 36 25 17 22

21 15 23 26 21 24 31 33 34

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2005 Georgia Tech..........22 Clemson ..................21 Miami .......................19 Florida State ............19 North Carolina .........17 NC State ..................17 Virginia.....................14 Wake Forest ............12 Virginia Tech..............7 Maryland ....................7 Duke ......................... 5

8 9 10 11 10 13 14 18 19 23 25

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

45 43 41 53 41 41 41 28 23 25 14

19 23 19 20 19 19 20 30 28 31 39

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

6 13 13 13 21 22

0 0 0 0 0 0

53 44 40 33 28 26

16 21 23 22 25 30

0 0 0 0 1 0

8 9 11 13 24 25

0 0 0 0 0 0

54 47 50 42 15 20

15 15 18 24 40 33

0 0 0 0 0 0

2006 Atlantic Division Clemson .................24 Florida State ............16 NC State ..................16 Wake Forest ............16 Boston College ..........9 Maryland ....................8 Coastal Division North Carolina .........22 Virginia.....................21 Georgia Tech ...........19 Miami .......................17 Duke ..........................6 Virginia Tech..............4

2007 W Atlantic Division Florida State ............24 Clemson ..................18 NC State ..................16 Wake Forest ............14 Boston College ........12 Maryland ....................7 Coastal Division North Carolina........21 Virginia.....................19 Miami .......................17 Georgia Tech ...........15 Duke ..........................8 Virginia Tech..............7

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6 12 14 16 17 23

0 0 0 0 0 0

49 41 38 34 24 26

13 23 23 29 27 30

0 0 0 0 1 0

9 9 13 14 22 23

0 0 0 0 0 0

57 45 37 32 29 23

16 16 24 25 25 31

0 0 0 0 0 0

T W

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T

2008 W Atlantic Division Florida State ............24 NC State ..................18 Wake Forest ............13 Clemson ..................11 Maryland ....................9 Boston College ..........9

L 6 11 16 18 21 21

0 0 0 1 0 0

54 42 25 31 30 26

14 22 31 27 26 27

0 0 0 0 0 0

Coastal Division Miami ......................23 North Carolina .........22 Georgia Tech ...........16 Virginia.....................15 Duke ........................10 Virginia Tech..............6

5 7 14 15 18 24

0 0 0 0 1 0

53 54 41 39 37 23

11 14 21 23 18 32

0 0 0 0 1 0

T W

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2009 W Atlantic Division Florida State ............19 Clemson ..................19 Boston College ........13 Maryland ..................10 NC State ..................10 Wake Forest ..............6

L 9 11 15 20 20 24

0 0 0 0 0 0

45 44 34 27 25 22

18 22 26 27 31 30

0 0 0 0 0 0

Coastal Division North Carolina .........19 Georgia Tech ...........17 Miami .......................18 Virginia ...................16 Duke ........................15 Virginia Tech............12

10 10 12 11 15 17

0 1 0 1 0 0

48 38 38 49 35 32

18 19 22 15 24 21

0 1 0 1 0 0


Annual Team Records

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Clemson

Boston College Year 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach ACC Overall Fred Maguire .............................16-2 Fred Maguire .............................13-9 Fred Maguire .............................16-4 Fred Maguire .............................17-4 Johnny Temple ..........................12-8 Johnny Temple ..........................12-8 Johnny Temple ..........................12-7 Johnny Temple ..........................13-7 Johnny Temple ............................9-6 Johnny Temple ..........................12-6 Johnny Temple ............................9-6 Johnny Temple ...................... 5-10-1 Eddie Pellagrini..........................7-10 Eddie Pellagrini..........................12-4 Eddie Pellagrini..........................15-6 Eddie Pellagrini..........................18-6 Eddie Pellagrini........................12-10 Eddie Pellagrini..........................13-6 Eddie Pellagrini..........................11-8 Eddie Pellagrini..........................10-9 Eddie Pellagrini..........................13-5 Eddie Pellagrini...................... 14-5-3 Eddie Pellagrini..........................14-9 Bob Cunis ................................11-10 Eddie Pellagrini..........................13-8 Eddie Pellagrini........................11-12 Eddie Pellagrini..........................9-14 Eddie Pellagrini...................... 8-14-1 Eddie Pellagrini...................... 15-9-1 Eddie Pellagrini........................13-12 Eddie Pellagrini........................10-13 Eddie Pellagrini........................17-10 Eddie Pellagrini.................... 14-10-1 Eddie Pellagrini..........................6-18 Eddie Pellagrini..........................8-15 Eddie Pellagrini........................11-12 Eddie Pellagrini........................13-12 Eddie Pellagrini..........................11-9 Eddie Pellagrini..........................7-17 Eddie Pellagrini........................12-22 Eddie Pellagrini........................14-23 Eddie Pellagrini........................13-21 Eddie Pellagrini........................15-16 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........20-17 Richard “Moe” Maloney ....... 21-22-1 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........23-19 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........18-17 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........22-14 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........14-23 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........21-24 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........15-27 Richard “Moe” Maloney ...........20-23 Richard “Moe” Maloney ....... 17-23-1 Pete Hughes ........................ 26-21-1 Pete Hughes ............................35-20 Pete Hughes ............................29-22 Pete Hughes ............................30-25 Pete Hughes ............................33-21 Pete Hughes ............................32-27 Pete Hughes ............................37-20 Pete Hughes ........... 9-21 ..... 28-25-1 Mikio Aoki ............. 12-17 ..... 24-27-1 Mikio Aoki ............... 9-21 ..... 26-27-0 Mikio Aoki ............. 13-15 ..... 34-26-0

BOSTON COLLEGE TOTALS 1946-2009 ............................... 1041-902-14

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Year 1896 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967

Coach ACC Overall RTV Bowman ..............................0-2 RTV Bowman ..............................2-4 Unknown......................................4-3 Unknown......................................8-2 John Heisman........................ 10-2-1 John Heisman..............................9-3 John Heisman..............................9-1 J.W. McMakin .......................... 8-6-1 J.W. McMakin .......................... 6-8-1 J.W. McMakin ........................ 6-10-1 F. Shaughnessy....................... 9-7-1 Robert Lynch .............................6-11 Jesse Reynolds .......................10-12 Joe Holland..............................10-11 Frank Dobson ..........................13-10 Frank Dobson ............................11-6 Frank Dobson ............................13-5 Robertson ..................................16-6 Carl “Vet” Sitton .........................13-7 Carl “Vet” Sitton ................... 13-11-1 Country Morris .........................13-13 Jiggs Donahue...........................11-6 Jiggs Donahue....................... 6-15-1 Country Morris ...........................4-15 Larry Conover ............................5-14 L.V.H. Durfee .............................10-8 L.V.H. Durfee ......................... 12-6-1 L.V.H. Durfee .............................6-10 Thomas May ............................11-14 Cul Richards ..............................8-11 Tink Gillam........................... 11-13-1 Joe Guyon ............................. 12-9-2 Joe Guyon ........................... 15-11-1 Joe Guyon .................................9-14 Joe Guyon ...................................6-2 Jess Neely .................................14-6 Jess Neely ...............................11-11 Jess Neely ............................... 8-8-1 Jess Neely ............................. 16-7-1 Jess Neely .................................6-11 Jess Neely .................................7-12 Jess Neely .................................6-12 Randy Hinson ............................10-7 Randy Hinson ........................ 12-2-2 Tom Rogers ...............................10-6 Tom Rogers .................................8-8 Frank Howard ............................12-3 Walter Cox ...................................7-6 Randy Hinson ............................12-5 Randy Hinson ............................24-5 Walter Cox ........................... 14-12-1 Walter Cox ...............................11-12 Walter Cox ...............................20-11 Walter Cox .................................18-7 Bob Smith ................................10-12 Bob Smith ..................................11-6 Bob Smith ................. 8-4 .........14-10 Bob Smith ................. 5-9 ...........7-11 Bob Smith ............2-10-2 ....... 4-14-2 Bob Smith ............... 3-11 ...........6-12 Bill Wilhelm ............. 12-3 ...........22-8 Bill Wilhelm ............. 11-3 ...........24-8 Bill Wilhelm ............... 7-6 ..... 11-10-1 Bill Wilhelm ............... 6-8 .........12-11 Bill Wilhelm ............... 8-6 ...........17-8 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-5 .........15-11 Bill Wilhelm ............... 6-7 .........13-13 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-5 ..... 18-10-2 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-4 ....... 20-7-2 Bill Wilhelm ............. 11-2 ...........29-9

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

Bill Wilhelm ............. 11-7 .........27-14 Bill Wilhelm ..........12-8-1 ..... 27-17-2 Bill Wilhelm ............. 14-8 .........32-16 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-5 .........27-14 Bill Wilhelm ............... 6-7 .........19-15 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-2 .........24-16 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-1 .........23-15 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-2 .........33-10 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-2 .........36-15 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-1 .........42-10 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-2 .........39-14 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-1 .........40-15 Bill Wilhelm ............... 6-5 .........38-21 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-4 .........34-24 Bill Wilhelm ............. 10-2 .........37-22 Bill Wilhelm ............... 6-5 ..... 30-20-1 Bill Wilhelm ............. 12-2 .........38-17 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-4 ..... 36-30-1 Bill Wilhelm ............... 9-4 .........42-21 Bill Wilhelm ............. 16-5 .........54-14 Bill Wilhelm ............. 18-2 ..... 54-14-1 Bill Wilhelm ............. 13-5 .........50-20 Bill Wilhelm ............. 14-6 .........43-23 Bill Wilhelm ............. 18-3 .........60-10 Bill Wilhelm ............. 19-5 .........50-14 Bill Wilhelm ........... 11-11 .........45-20 Jack Leggett ........... 20-4 .........57-18 Jack Leggett ........... 20-4 .........54-14 Jack Leggett ........... 17-7 .........51-17 Jack Leggett ......... 13-10 .........41-23 Jack Leggett ........... 14-9 .........43-16 Jack Leggett ......... 13-10 .........42-27 Jack Leggett ........... 17-7 .........51-18 Jack Leggett ........... 17-7 .........41-22 Jack Leggett ........... 16-8 .........54-17 Jack Leggett ........... 15-9 .........39-22 Jack Leggett ......... 14-10 .........39-26 Jack Leggett ........... 21-9 .........43-23 Jack Leggett ........... 24-6 .........53-16 Jack Leggett ......... 18-12 .........41-23 Jack Leggett ......11-18-1 ..... 31-27-1 Jack Leggett ......19-11-0 ..... 44-22-0

CLEMSON TOTALS 1896-2009 ........................... 2478-1370-230

Duke Year 1889 1890 1891 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916

Coach ACC Overall No Coach................................. 0-0-1 No Coach................................. 0-1-0 No Coach.....................................2-0 No Coach.....................................7-2 No Coach.....................................7-3 No Coach................................. 4-4-1 No Coach...................................11-6 No Coach.....................................8-4 Schock .........................................6-5 Otis Stockdale ...........................12-8 Otis Stockdale ......................... 9-5-1 Otis Stockdale ....................... 14-3-2 Otis Stockdale ....................... 14-6-1 Otis Stockdale .............................8-7 Otis Stockdale ...........................19-8 M.T. Adkins............................ 17-3-1 M.T. Adkins................................18-7 M.T. Adkins.......................... 16-10-3 M.T. Adkins................................16-9 M.T. Adkins..............................11-13 M.T. Adkins..............................16-14 M.T. Adkins..............................10-11 Claude West ............................ 8-9-1 Claude West .......................... 6-17-2

1917 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988

Heine Manush ......................... 4-6-1 Lee Gooch ............................. 19-4-2 Chick Doak ................................10-9 Pat Egan ................................ 10-8-1 H.G. Steiner ...............................12-6 Howard Jones............................17-4 Howard Jones............................14-4 W.T. Towe ...................................9-9 G.B. Whitted ..............................7-12 G.B. Whitted ..............................8-10 G.B. Whitted .......................... 13-7-1 Jack Coombs .............................13-5 Jack Coombs .............................17-5 Jack Coombs .............................11-4 Jack Coombs .............................15-7 Jack Coombs .............................12-7 Jack Coombs .............................20-4 Jack Coombs .............................24-3 Jack Coombs .............................18-7 Jack Coombs .............................22-2 Jack Coombs .............................18-3 Jack Coombs .............................22-2 Jack Coombs .............................16-7 Jack Coombs ...........................14-11 Jack Coombs .............................14-6 Jack Coombs ...............................8-4 Jack Coombs ...............................9-7 Jack Coombs ...............................9-7 Jack Coombs .............................15-8 Jack Coombs ...........................18-10 Jack Coombs ...........................15-12 Jack Coombs ....................... 12-17-2 Jack Coombs ....................... 11-18-1 Jack Coombs .............................17-8 Jack Coombs .............................31-7 Ace Parker ...............................22-10 Ace Parker ................ 5-9 .........10-13 Ace Parker ................ 6-6 .........10-11 Ace Parker ...........12-3-1 ..... 16-12-2 Ace Parker .............. 10-4 ...........19-8 Ace Parker ................ 7-5 ...........9-11 Ace Parker .............. 5-10 ...........9-16 Ace Parker .............9-4-1 ....... 13-8-1 Ace Parker .............. 11-3 .........16-11 Ace Parker ................ 6-8 ..... 13-12-1 Ace Parker ................ 8-6 .........15-10 Ace Parker .............. 0-12 ...........4-21 Ace Parker ................ 5-9 ...........8-17 Jim Bly ...................... 4-9 ...........8-16 Jim Bly .................... 2-12 ...........9-20 Tom Butters ............ 7-13 .........12-19 Tom Butters ............ 7-13 ..... 14-18-1 Tom Butters .......... 10-11 .........17-16 E. Slaughter ............ 4-10 .........15-14 E. Slaughter .............. 3-7 .........12-16 E. Slaughter ............ 2-10 ...........7-17 E. Slaughter .............. 3-8 ...........9-16 E. Slaughter ............ 2-10 ...........9-18 E. Slaughter ............ 1-11 ...........7-23 E. Slaughter .............. 1-7 ...........9-16 Tom D’Armi............. 1-10 .........12-21 Tom D’Armi............. 1-11 .........12-18 Tom D’Armi............... 2-9 .........17-11 Tom D’Armi............... 6-6 .........29-10 Tom D’Armi............... 3-7 ..... 16-13-1 Tom D’Armi............1-8-1 ..... 14-12-1 Tom D’Armi............... 3-8 .........25-13 Larry Smith ............5-8-1 ..... 18-15-3 Larry Smith ............. 2-12 .........25-17 Larry Smith ............. 3-14 ..... 18-26-1 Steve Traylor .......... 3-16 .........10-35


Annual Team Records 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Steve Traylor .......... 2-14 .........20-23 Steve Traylor .......... 4-15 .........28-25 Steve Traylor .......... 6-15 .........24-27 Steve Traylor ........ 12-12 .........38-16 Steve Traylor ........ 11-13 ..... 39-19-1 Steve Traylor .......... 16-8 .........33-20 Steve Traylor .......... 4-20 .........30-27 Steve Traylor .......... 9-14 .........39-18 Steve Traylor .......... 9-14 .........33-25 Steve Traylor .......... 8-15 .........38-20 Steve Traylor .......... 4-18 .........24-31 Bill Hillier ................. 5-19 .........17-41 Bill Hillier ............... 10-13 .........23-33 Bill Hillier ................. 4-20 .........24-34 Bill Hillier ................. 2-21 .........18-36 Bill Hillier ................. 8-16 .........25-31 Bill Hillier ................. 5-25 .........14-39 Sean McNally ......... 6-24 .........15-40 Sean McNally ......... 8-22 .........29-25 Sean McNally ....10-18-1 ..... 37-18-1 Sean McNally ....15-15-0 ..... 35-24-0

DUKE TOTALS 1889-2009 ............................. 1814-1537-34

Florida State Year 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Coach ACC Overall Charlie Armstrong........................9-8 Charlie Armstrong......................11-8 Charlie Armstrong......................13-7 Charlie Armstrong......................16-6 Ralph Matherly ..........................17-4 Ralph Matherly .................... 13-10-1 Ralph Matherly ..........................13-8 Danny Litwhiler ..........................17-6 Danny Litwhiler ..........................25-7 Danny Litwhiler ..........................22-9 Danny Litwhiler ..........................20-7 Danny Litwhiler ........................22-11 Danny Litwhiler ..........................13-9 Danny Litwhiler ..........................21-7 Danny Litwhiler ........................23-14 Danny Litwhiler ........................26-13 Fred Hatfield ............................23-13 Fred Hatfield ........................ 32-11-1 Fred Hatfield ............................39-13 Fred Hatfield ............................32-14 Fred Hatfield ..............................35-6 Jack Stallings....................... 38-13-1 Jack Stallings......................... 49-9-1 Jack Stallings...........................41-16 Jack Stallings...........................45-23 Jack Stallings...........................38-21 Jack Stallings...........................37-25 Woody Woodward ...................49-10 Woody Woodward ...................40-16 Woody Woodward ...................37-13 Woody Woodward ...................44-18 Dick Howser ........................ 43-17-1 Mike Martin ..............................51-12 Mike Martin ..............................56-23 Mike Martin .......................... 56-17-1 Mike Martin .......................... 55-18-1 Mike Martin ..............................55-29 Mike Martin ..............................59-23 Mike Martin ..............................61-13 Mike Martin ..............................55-18 Mike Martin .......................... 50-18-1 Mike Martin ..............................54-18 Mike Martin ..............................57-15 Mike Martin ..............................57-14

1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mike Martin ............. 16-7 .........49-21 Mike Martin ............. 14-9 .........46-19 Mike Martin ............. 14-9 .........53-22 Mike Martin ............. 16-7 .........53-16 Mike Martin ............. 19-5 .........52-17 Mike Martin ............. 18-6 .........50-17 Mike Martin ............. 18-4 .........53-20 Mike Martin ............. 22-2 .........57-14 Mike Martin ............. 15-9 .........53-19 Mike Martin ............. 20-4 .........47-19 Mike Martin ............. 18-6 .........60-14 Mike Martin ............. 19-5 ..... 54-13-1 Mike Martin ............. 16-8 .........45-23 Mike Martin ........... 19-11 .........53-20 Mike Martin ........... 16-13 .........44-21 Mike Martin ............. 21-6 .........45-13 Mike Martin ............. 24-6 .........54-14 Mike Martin ............. 19-9 .........45-18

FLORIDA STATE TOTALS 1948-2009 ............................... 2479-909-10

Georgia Tech Year 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950

Coach ACC Overall Todd ............................................3-4 Todd ............................................9-5 Sammy Strang .............................5-8 Irving ............................................9-9 John Heisman............................15-7 John Heisman............................13-4 John Heisman............................23-3 John Heisman........................ 10-5-1 John Heisman............................9-12 John Heisman........................ 13-8-1 John Heisman........................ 11-5-1 John Heisman..............................7-6 John Heisman............................8-10 John Heisman..............................9-8 John Heisman............................12-8 John Heisman.......................... 7-8-2 John Heisman............................14-6 John Heisman............................12-7 Joe Bean ...................................10-7 Joe Bean .....................................9-9 Joe Bean ...................................16-2 Kid Clay ................................. 18-4-1 Kid Clay .....................................14-9 Kid Clay ................................. 16-2-2 Kid Clay .....................................9-14 Kid Clay .....................................14-7 Kid Clay ................................. 21-4-1 Kid Clay ...................................18-10 Kid Clay .....................................15-6 Kid Clay ................................. 6-14-1 Kid Clay .....................................8-16 Kid Clay .....................................8-13 Bobby Dodd ........................... 4-11-2 Bobby Dodd ...............................4-10 Bobby Dodd .............................10-10 Bobby Dodd .................................7-6 Bobby Dodd .................................4-7 Bobby Dodd ...............................7-10 Bobby Dodd ...............................7-10 Roy Mundorf .......................... 5-10-1 Roy Mundorf ..............................10-8 Roy Mundorf ..............................8-10 Roy Mundorf ................................3-8 Joe Pittard .................................10-2 Joe Pittard ...................................7-6 Joe Pittard .................................11-9 Joe Pittard ...............................10-14 Joe Pittard .................................7-11

1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Joe Pittard ...............................11-12 Joe Pittard ............................. 8-11-1 Joe Pittard .................................8-13 Joe Pittard ............................. 9-13-1 Joe Pittard .................................15-9 Joe Pittard ...............................11-12 Joe Pittard ............................. 18-8-1 Joe Pittard .................................7-17 Joe Pittard ............................. 17-9-2 Joe Pittard ...............................14-11 Joe Pittard ............................. 6-16-2 Jim Luck ....................................8-16 Jim Luck ....................................9-18 Jim Luck ....................................9-15 Jim Luck ................................ 20-8-2 Jim Luck ..................................14-16 Jim Luck ..................................21-11 Jim Luck ..................................21-13 Jim Luck ..................................16-12 Jim Luck ................................ 17-7-1 Jim Luck ....................................31-6 Jim Luck ..................................21-10 Jim Luck ................................ 20-6-2 Jim Luck ..................................20-17 Jim Luck ..................................12-17 Jim Luck ..................................12-22 Jim Luck ..................................18-12 Jim Luck ..................................14-15 Jim Luck ..................................15-16 Jim Luck ................. 3-10 ...........8-19 Jim Luck ................. 1-13 .........14-24 Jim Morris ................. 6-8 .........29-20 Jim Morris ................. 6-8 .........38-15 Jim Morris ................. 5-7 .........36-19 Jim Morris ................. 6-7 ..... 42-19-1 Jim Morris ............... 10-4 .........45-23 Jim Morris ............... 17-4 .........51-14 Jim Morris ............... 12-8 .........45-24 Jim Morris ............... 13-6 .........38-26 Jim Morris ................. 9-9 .........46-25 Jim Morris ............... 12-8 .........42-26 Jim Morris ............... 14-9 .........45-19 Jim Morris ............... 16-6 .........47-14 Danny Hall .............. 16-8 .........50-17 Danny Hall .............. 16-8 .........38-22 Danny Hall ............ 13-11 .........40-24 Danny Hall .............. 19-4 .........46-15 Danny Hall .............. 14-9 .........41-22 Danny Hall ............ 12-12 .........38-20 Danny Hall .............. 18-6 .........50-16 Danny Hall ............ 13-11 .........41-20 Danny Hall .............. 14-9 .........52-16 Danny Hall .............. 17-7 .........44-18 Danny Hall .............. 18-5 .........44-21 Danny Hall .............. 22-8 .........45-19 Danny Hall ............ 19-11 .........50-18 Danny Hall ............ 15-14 .........32-25 Danny Hall ............ 16-14 .........41-21 Danny Hall ............ 17-10 ..... 38-19-1

GEORGIA TECH TOTALS 1900-2009 ............................. 2123-1350-27

Maryland Year 1893 1894 1896 1897 1900 1901

Coach ACC Overall No Coach.....................................1-5 No Coach.....................................7-1 No Coach.....................................8-3 No Coach.....................................4-1 No Coach.....................................0-2 No Coach...................................22-1

:: 1902 1903 1904 1906 1907 1910 1911 1912

No Coach................................. 8-4-2 No Coach...................................13-6 No Coach.....................................8-7 No Coach.....................................1-0 No Coach...................................10-6 No Coach................................. 6-4-1 No Coach.....................................4-0 No Coach.....................................1-1

1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

H.C. Byrd ...................................13-2 H.C. Byrd ............................... 10-4-1 H.C. Byrd .....................................3-6 H.C. Byrd ............................... 4-11-1 H.C. Byrd .....................................0-5 H.C. Byrd .....................................4-6 H.C. Byrd .....................................1-0 H.C. Byrd ...................................18-8 H.C. Byrd ............................... 13-5-2 H.C. Byrd ...................................14-9 H.C. Byrd ...................................8-16 H. Barton Shipley.........................5-7 H. Barton Shipley.....................10-10 H. Barton Shipley.........................8-5 H. Barton Shipley.........................9-7 H. Barton Shipley.......................7-13 H. Barton Shipley.......................5-11 H. Barton Shipley................... 11-7-1 H. Barton Shipley.......................11-6 H. Barton Shipley.........................8-5 H. Barton Shipley.........................6-4 H. Barton Shipley.......................14-5 H. Barton Shipley.......................16-6 H. Barton Shipley.......................14-6 H. Barton Shipley.......................11-8 H. Barton Shipley.......................12-8 H. Barton Shipley.......................14-5 H. Barton Shipley.......................11-9 H. Barton Shipley.......................7-18 H. Barton Shipley.......................5-13 H. Barton Shipley.........................3-4 H. Barton Shipley.........................2-4 H. Barton Shipley.........................2-9 H. Barton Shipley.......................12-5 H. Barton Shipley.....................10-10 H. Barton Shipley................... 13-8-2 H. Barton Shipley................... 10-8-2 H. Barton Shipley.......................20-8 H. Barton Shipley.......................18-6 H. Barton Shipley.......................11-9 H. Barton Shipley................... 16-7-1 H.B. Shipley .............. 6-4 ....... 15-9-1 H.B. Shipley .............. 6-7 ...........9-11 H.B. Shipley ............ 1-11 ...........5-15 H.B. Shipley .............. 6-8 .........11-12 H.B. Shipley ............ 4-10 ...........7-11 H.B. Shipley .............. 7-6 ...........11-7 H.B. Shipley .............. 5-7 .............9-9 Elton Jackson ........... 5-8 ...........8-12 Elton Jackson ........... 5-8 ...........7-14 Elton Jackson ........... 5-8 .........10-12 Elton Jackson ........... 7-6 ...........10-9 Elton Jackson ......... 10-4 ...........16-8 Elton Jackson ........... 6-8 .........11-12 Elton Jackson ........... 8-5 ...........12-6 Elton Jackson ......... 12-5 ....... 19-6-1 Elton Jackson ......... 13-5 ...........19-6 Elton Jackson ......... 14-7 .........26-14 Elton Jackson ......... 10-4 .........15-10 Elton Jackson ........... 9-5 .........18-10 Elton Jackson ........... 4-7 ....... 11-9-1 Elton Jackson ........... 6-6 ..... 12-16-1 Elton Jackson ........... 7-3 ...........15-8 Elton Jackson ........... 8-4 .........19-14


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Annual Team Records 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

Elton Jackson ........7-4-1 ..... 14-12-1 Elton Jackson ........... 5-6 .........14-14 Elton Jackson ........... 7-5 ..... 15-20-1 Elton Jackson ........... 9-4 .........24-10 Elton Jackson ........... 7-3 .........23-13 Elton Jackson ........... 4-7 .........13-17 Elton Jackson ........... 4-6 ..... 14-19-1 Elton Jackson ........... 6-7 ..... 18-14-3 Elton Jackson ........... 5-8 .........22-28 Elton Jackson ......... 3-10 ..... 18-28-1 Elton Jackson ......... 5-12 ..... 15-24-1 Elton Jackson ......... 5-14 .........20-26 Elton Jackson ......... 4-13 .........17-22 Elton Jackson ......... 2-15 ..... 22-26-1 Tom Bradley ........... 5-15 ..... 29-27-1 Tom Bradley ........... 7-15 ..... 27-28-1 Tom Bradley ........... 5-17 .........24-29 Tom Bradley ........... 6-18 ..... 24-29-1 Tom Bradley ........... 4-20 .........20-37 Tom Bradley ........... 7-17 .........24-27 Tom Bradley ........... 5-19 .........22-32 Tom Bradley ........... 5-18 ..... 26-30-1 Tom Bradley ........... 6-17 ..... 23-33-1 Tom Bradley ........... 7-17 .........24-33 Terry Rupp.............. 4-19 .........17-37 Terry Rupp.............. 6-18 .........34-23 Terry Rupp.............. 6-17 .........20-33 Terry Rupp.............. 4-20 .........22-34 Terry Rupp.............. 7-23 .........25-31 Terry Rupp.............. 8-22 .........26-30 Terry Rupp.............. 7-23 .........26-30 Terry Rupp.............. 9-21 .........30-26 Terry Rupp............ 10-20 .........27-27

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

Ron Fraser...............................44-13 Ron Fraser...............................50-12 Ron Fraser...............................55-11 Ron Fraser...............................59-12 Ron Fraser...............................61-10 Ron Fraser........................... 55-17-1 Ron Fraser...............................61-21 Ron Fraser...............................48-28 Ron Fraser...............................64-16 Ron Fraser...............................50-17 Ron Fraser........................... 35-24-1 Ron Fraser........................... 52-14-1 Ron Fraser...............................49-18 Ron Fraser...............................52-13 Ron Fraser...............................46-17 Ron Fraser...............................55-10 Brad Kelley ..............................36-22 Jim Morris ................................49-14 Jim Morris ................................48-17 Jim Morris ................................50-14 Jim Morris ................................51-18 Jim Morris ................................51-12 Jim Morris ................................50-13 Jim Morris ............................ 41-19-1 Jim Morris ................................53-12 Jim Morris ................................34-29 Jim Morris ............................ 45-17-1 Jim Morris ................................50-13 Jim Morris ..........19-10-1 ..... 41-19-1 Jim Morris ............. 17-13 .........42-24 Jim Morris ............. 17-13 .........37-24 Jim Morris ............... 23-5 .........53-11 Jim Morris ............. 18-12 .........38-22

MARYLAND TOTALS 1893-2009 ............................. 1489-1428-31

MIAMI TOTALS 1940, 1946-2009 ..................... 2242-888-18

Miami

North Carolina

Year Coach ACC Overall 1940 Jack Harding................................1-4 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 1975 1976

58

Eddie Dunn ..................................2-7 Eddie Dunn ................................11-2 Eddie Dunn ................................9-10 Eddie Dunn ................................14-8 Eddie Dunn ..................................8-7 Eddie Dunn ................................12-7 Eddie Dunn ............................ 6-12-1 Eddie Dunn ............................ 10-9-1 Eddie Dunn ..............................10-11 Perry Moss ................................15-7 Jimmie Foxx ................................9-8 Jimmie Foxx ............................11-12 Whitey Campbell .....................16-11 Jack Harding........................ 15-10-1 Whitey Campbell .......................19-7 Whitey Campbell ................... 17-9-3 Whitey Campbell .......................17-9 Ron Fraser.................................18-9 Ron Fraser............................. 20-9-1 Ron Fraser........................... 23-12-1 Ron Fraser........................... 19-18-1 Ron Fraser........................... 23-15-1 Ron Fraser........................... 27-11-1 Ron Fraser...............................31-11 Ron Fraser........................... 28-15-1 Ron Fraser...............................35-11 Ron Fraser...............................32-17 Ron Fraser...............................42-17 Ron Fraser...............................51-11 Ron Fraser...............................45-14 Ron Fraser...............................41-15

Year 1867 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922

Coach ACC Overall No Coach .....................................1-0 Perrin Busbee ..............................1-2 Perrin Busbee ..............................4-1 Perrin Busbee ..............................4-3 William Robertson......................10-4 Jesse Oldham ..............................6-4 Benjamin Stanley .......................10-1 Benjamin Stanley ..................... 4-7-1 William Reynolds ..................... 9-3-1 William Reynolds .......................12-2 Robert Lawson......................... 9-1-1 Ernest Graves ........................ 11-4-2 Edward Ashenback ......................7-6 John Curran ........................... 13-2-2 John Donnelly ..............................5-8 Robert Lawson...........................12-6 Robert Lawson......................... 9-7-1 Floyd Simmons ...................... 10-9-2 Otis Stockdale............................12-9 Otis Stockdale............................19-5 Robert Lawson...........................17-9 Charles Clancey ........................15-7 Charles Clancey ........................11-7 Coach Bowers ...........................7-11 Earl Mack ............................... 8-11-1 Charles Doak .............................12-4 Charles Doak .............................7-11 Bunn Hearn................................10-6 Bunn Hearn..................................7-6 William Lourcey ..................... 11-7-2 William Lourcey ....................... 8-9-2 Bill Fetzer ............................... 17-3-2 Bill Fetzer ...................................19-2

1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931

Bill Fetzer ............................... 11-8-2 Bill Fetzer ...................................9-14 Bill Fetzer .................................14-10 Duke Duncan .............................9-16 Jim Ashmore .......................... 14-8-1 Jim Ashmore ..............................13-9 Jim Ashmore ..............................16-6 Jim Ashmore ............................13-12 Jim Ashmore .......................... 16-4-2

1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Bunn Hearn................................11-8 Bunn Hearn................................15-7 Bunn Hearn................................21-2 Bunn Hearn................................8-14 Bunn Hearn................................6-10 Bunn Hearn............................ 12-9-1 Bunn Hearn................................14-6 Bunn Hearn................................11-7 Bunn Hearn................................17-6 Bunn Hearn............................ 15-6-1 Bunn Hearn................................17-5 Bunn Hearn................................13-4 Bunn Hearn................................9-12 Bunn Hearn..............................13-11 Bunn Hearn..............................15-13 Walter Rabb ......................... 15-11-2 Walter Rabb ........................... 21-9-1 Walter Rabb ........................... 20-9-2 Walter Rabb .............................16-18 Walter Rabb .............................16-10 Walter Rabb .............................18-10 Walter Rabb ...............................19-8 Walter Rabb .............. 7-8 .........14-11 Walter Rabb .............. 8-5 .........12-12 Walter Rabb .............. 9-4 ..... 12-10-1 Walter Rabb .............. 9-5 .........15-10 Walter Rabb ............ 11-4 ....... 19-8-1 Walter Rabb .............. 9-6 ...........17-7 Walter Rabb ............ 11-3 ...........22-7 Walter Rabb ............ 10-4 ...........15-7 Walter Rabb ............ 4-10 ...........8-14 Walter Rabb .............. 9-5 ...........20-9 Walter Rabb ............ 14-0 ...........24-7 Walter Rabb .............. 6-8 .........14-15 Walter Rabb ............ 12-2 .........21-13 Walter Rabb .............. 8-5 ....... 19-8-1 Walter Rabb ............ 12-6 .........21-12 Walter Rabb ............ 14-4 .........23-11 Walter Rabb ............ 7-13 .........12-20 Walter Rabb .............. 7-7 .........13-19 Walter Rabb ............ 10-5 ...........23-9 Walter Rabb .............. 5-7 .........11-15 Walter Rabb .............. 9-3 ....... 22-8-1 Walter Rabb .............. 4-7 .........17-19 Walter Rabb .............. 8-4 .........19-17 Walter Rabb .............. 6-6 .........18-17 Mike Roberts............. 9-3 .........38-17 Mike Roberts............. 7-5 ..... 33-16-1 Mike Roberts........... 11-1 .........39-17 Mike Roberts............. 6-7 .........38-15 Mike Roberts............. 7-5 .........29-26 Mike Roberts........... 10-2 .........42-10 Mike Roberts........... 12-2 .........44-13 Mike Roberts..........9-4-1 ..... 40-17-1 Mike Roberts............. 7-7 .........33-22 Mike Roberts........... 13-7 .........31-22 Mike Roberts......... 10-11 .........34-27 Mike Roberts........... 15-4 ..... 41-18-1 Mike Roberts........... 17-4 .........51-14 Mike Roberts......... 10-10 .........36-23 Mike Roberts........... 8-16 .........31-27 Mike Roberts......... 13-10 .........43-20 Mike Roberts......... 10-13 .........34-21

1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Mike Roberts......... 14-10 .........39-23 Mike Roberts......... 11-13 .........33-25 Mike Roberts........... 6-18 .........29-31 Mike Roberts......... 13-10 .........42-23 Mike Fox ............... 13-11 .........41-18 Mike Fox ............... 12-12 .........46-17 Mike Fox ................. 9-15 .........31-26 Mike Fox ................. 17-7 .........43-21 Mike Fox ............... 13-11 .........42-23 Mike Fox ............... 14-10 .........43-21 Mike Fox ............17-10-1 ..... 41-19-1 Mike Fox ................. 22-8 .........54-15 Mike Fox ................. 21-9 .........57-16 Mike Fox ................. 22-7 .........54-11 Mike Fox ............... 19-10 .........48-18

NORTH CAROLINA TOTALS 1867-2009 ............................. 2445-1380-37

NC State Year 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956

Coach ACC Overall Unknown ....................................10-3 C.D. Welch...............................10-12 Unknown ....................................10-5 M.J. Kittredge...............................6-7 Unknown ....................................14-8 Frank Thompson........................21-4 Frank Thompson.................... 16-8-1 Frank Thompson.................... 15-1-3 Frank Thompson........................18-3 Edward Greene...................... 13-6-1 Fred Anderson .............................6-0 Harry Hartsell ...............................5-8 Harry Hartsell ......................... 11-5-1 T.H. Stafford ............................12-11 W. McKenzie Fetzer ..................14-6 Harry Hartsell ....................... 10-10-2 Harry Hartsell .............................13-7 Harry Hartsell ......................... 13-7-1 Chick Doak ................................18-4 Chick Doak ................................14-4 Chick Doak ................................7-13 Chick Doak ................................2-10 Chick Doak ................................12-6 Chick Doak ..................................9-9 Chick Doak ............................ 8-10-1 Chick Doak ................................11-8 Chick Doak .............................. 6-7-2 Chick Doak ..................................9-4 Chick Doak ............................ 9-11-1 Chick Doak ................................10-9 Chick Doak ................................11-8 Chick Doak ................................7-12 Chick Doak .............................. 7-8-2 Chick Doak ..................................5-8 Doc Newton .................................3-9 Doc Newton ...............................3-10 Doc Newton .................................6-9 Doc Newton ...............................3-10 Doc Newton ...............................1-12 Beattie Feathers ..........................7-6 Vic Sorrell ..................................11-4 Vic Sorrell ..................................9-13 Vic Sorrell .............................. 8-13-1 Vic Sorrell ..................................8-12 Vic Sorrell ..................................16-9 Vic Sorrell ................................10-10 Vic Sorrell ................................15-10 Vic Sorrell ..................................11-9 Vic Sorrell ................. 8-6 .............8-8 Vic Sorrell ............... 10-4 ...........13-4 Vic Sorrell ............... 11-4 ....... 14-5-1


Annual Team Records 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 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

Vic Sorrell ................. 7-7 ...........8-10 Vic Sorrell ................. 6-7 ...........10-7 Vic Sorrell ................. 5-9 ...........8-12 Vic Sorrell ................. 9-5 ...........12-8 Vic Sorrell ................. 8-5 ...........13-5 Vic Sorrell ................. 8-6 .........11-10 Vic Sorrell ............... 4-10 ...........9-10 Vic Sorrell ................. 4-9 ...........8-15 Vic Sorrell ................. 6-8 ..... 10-10-1 Vic Sorrell ................. 7-7 ..... 11-12-2 Sam Esposito............ 6-7 .........11-11 Sam Esposito.......... 13-4 ...........25-9 Sam Esposito............ 9-9 .........17-11 Sam Esposito.......... 13-8 .........21-10 Sam Esposito............ 9-5 ..... 18-11-1 Sam Esposito............ 7-8 .........18-13 Sam Esposito............ 9-3 ..... 23-10-1 Sam Esposito............ 7-5 .........22-12 Sam Esposito.......... 10-2 ...........27-7 Sam Esposito............ 6-6 .........20-12 Sam Esposito............ 5-5 .........27-12 Sam Esposito............ 5-7 .........23-16 Sam Esposito............ 3-9 .........24-13 Sam Esposito............ 7-6 .........21-12 Sam Esposito.......... 10-4 .........34-24 Sam Esposito............ 7-7 .........24-13 Sam Esposito............ 9-4 ..... 23-13-1 Sam Esposito............ 9-3 ...........32-8 Sam Esposito............ 8-5 .........29-16 Sam Esposito.......... 11-2 .........35-15 Sam Esposito.......... 12-8 .........39-16 Ray Tanner ............. 13-6 .........45-16 Ray Tanner ........... 10-10 ..... 35-21-2 Ray Tanner ............. 14-7 .........48-20 Ray Tanner ........... 11-10 .........48-20 Ray Tanner ............. 15-9 .........46-18 Ray Tanner ............. 15-7 .........49-17 Ray Tanner ........... 13-11 ..... 46-18-1 Ray Tanner ........... 12-12 .........36-24 Ray Tanner ........... 13-11 .........42-19 Elliott Avent ............. 15-8 .........43-20 Elliott Avent ............. 12-9 .........41-23 Elliott Avent ........... 11-13 .........37-25 Elliott Avent ........... 10-14 .........30-28 Elliott Avent ............. 9-15 .........32-29 Elliott Avent ............. 7-17 .........33-26 Elliott Avent ............. 15-9 .........45-18 Elliott Avent ........... 11-12 .........36-24 Elliott Avent ........... 17-13 .........41-19 Elliott Avent ........... 16-13 .........40-23 Elliott Avent ........... 16-14 .........38-23 Elliott Avent ........... 18-11 .........42-22 Elliott Avent ........... 10-20 .........25-31

NC STATE TOTALS 1903-2009 ............................. 1999-1231-27

Virginia Year 1889 1890 1891 1892 1893 1894 1895 1896 1897 1898 1899 1900 1901

Coach ACC Overall Unknown ......................................7-0 Unknown ......................................4-8 Unknown ....................................16-5 Unknown .................................. 9-8-1 Unknown ................................ 10-5-1 Unknown ....................................10-6 Unknown ....................................10-7 Unknown ....................................7-10 Unknown ......................................8-5 Unknown ....................................15-8 Unknown ....................................13-6 Unknown ......................................9-6 Unknown ....................................12-8

1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974

Unknown ................................ 13-7-1 Unknown ................................ 15-6-1 Unknown ....................................16-9 Unknown ....................................17-7 Unknown ..................................18-10 Unknown ................................ 16-6-1 Unknown .............................. 12-11-1 Unknown ................................ 19-7-1 Charles Rigler ........................ 7-14-1 Charles Rigler ............................11-9 Charles Rigler ........................ 14-9-1 Jack Ryan ..................................12-8 Jack Ryan ..................................10-7 Jack Ryan ..................................14-6 Jack Ryan .............................. 16-8-1 James L. White ............................2-2 H.H. Lannigan ..............................7-4 E.W. Smith ............................... 8-8-1 James L. White ...................... 11-7-1 W. Rice Warren .........................7-15 Jack Ryan ..................................8-14 Earle Neale .......................... 11-12-1 Earle Neale ..............................15-10 Earle Neale .......................... 13-10-1 Earle Neale ..............................11-10 Earle Neale ................................13-7 Earle Neale ................................9-11 Earle Neale ................................8-13 Roy Randall ...............................2-12 Gus Tebell .................................1-16 Gus Tebell .................................12-4 Gus Tebell ...................................8-5 Gus Tebell .................................10-7 Gus Tebell ............................. 13-8-1 Gus Tebell .................................11-8 Gus Tebell ............................... 8-8-1 Gus Tebell ...............................13-12 Gus Tebell .................................14-6 Gus Tebell .................................18-4 Gus Tebell .................................11-8 Gus Tebell ............................. 7-10-1 Gus Tebell ...................................6-4 A.A. Corcoran .......................... 6-5-1 Gus Tebell .................................10-4 Gus Tebell ............................. 11-7-1 Gus Tebell .................................20-6 Gus Tebell .................................14-5 Gus Tebell ............................. 11-6-4 Gus Tebell .................................17-6 Gus Tebell .................................17-5 Gus Tebell .................................9-12 Gus Tebell .................................12-8 Gus Tebell ............................. 7-13-1 Gus Tebell .............. 0-12 ...........6-16 Evan Male ................. 6-7 .........10-13 Evan Male ................. 6-8 .........12-12 Evan Male ................. 4-9 ...........5-15 Evan Male ................. 6-8 ...........10-9 Ted Davenport .....3-11-1 ....... 3-15-2 Ted Davenport .......... 4-9 ...........7-11 James West .............. 9-6 .........11-12 James West .............. 6-7 ...........9-13 James West .............. 6-7 ...........10-9 James West .............. 6-8 ..... 10-13-1 James West ............ 3-11 ...........6-19 James West .............. 5-8 .........12-10 James West ............ 5-13 ...........9-21 James West ............ 9-11 .........19-14 James West .......... 10-10 ..... 18-14-1 James West .............. 7-7 ...........20-9 James West .............. 9-4 .........18-15 James West .............. 7-5 ..... 16-12-2 James West .............. 6-6 .........21-17

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

James West .............. 4-7 .........14-12 James West .............. 4-8 .........17-22 James West ...........1-8-1 ..... 11-22-1 James West .............. 4-8 .........18-14 James West .............. 4-7 .........21-15 James West .............. 6-6 ..... 21-13-1 Dennis Womack........ 8-5 .........28-20 Dennis Womack........ 5-7 .........22-27 Dennis Womack........ 4-6 .........12-25 Dennis Womack...... 4-10 .........25-17 Dennis Womack........ 9-4 .........38-16 Dennis Womack........ 6-7 .........27-22 Dennis Womack...... 5-12 .........18-30 Dennis Womack.... 11-10 ..... 32-19-1 Dennis Womack...... 7-11 ..... 25-24-1 Dennis Womack...... 7-11 ..... 21-32-1 Dennis Womack.... 10-11 ..... 28-27-2 Dennis Womack...... 3-19 .........21-30 Dennis Womack...... 7-15 .........21-30 Dennis Womack...... 2-22 .........20-34 Dennis Womack...... 8-15 .........26-29 Dennis Womack.... 11-13 .........44-21 Dennis Womack.... 10-13 .........32-22 Dennis Womack...... 5-18 ..... 28-26-1 Dennis Womack...... 8-15 .........21-35 Dennis Womack.... 10-14 ..... 26-31-1 Dennis Womack...... 9-15 .........25-31 Dennis Womack...... 8-16 .........25-32 Dennis Womack.... 11-12 .........29-25 Brian O’Connor ....... 18-6 .........44-15 Brian O’Connor ..... 14-14 .........41-20 Brian O’Connor ....... 21-9 .........47-15 Brian O’Connor ....... 19-9 .........45-16 Brian O’Connor ..... 15-15 .........39-23 Brian O’Connor ..16-11-1 ..... 49-15-1

VIRGINIA TOTALS 1889-2009 ............................. 1924-1594-40

Virginia Tech Year 1892 1893 1895 1896 1897 1898 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 1906 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 1912 1913 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925

Coach ACC Overall Unknown ......................................2-0 Unknown ......................................0-1 J. McJames..................................3-2 R.S. Wilkins .................................3-8 Lipep ............................................9-6 Unknown ......................................3-3 Dr. A.B. Morrison .........................6-5 Dr. A.B. Morrison .........................5-3 Unknown ......................................4-2 Orth ..............................................8-4 R.R. Brown ..................................6-5 Dr. Knox .......................................6-5 S.S. Eckerstone ...........................5-3 S.S. Eckerstone ...........................5-8 C.P. Miles ................................ 3-4-1 R.M. Brown ................................11-6 Branch Bocock...........................10-7 Branch Bocock...........................13-7 L.W. Reiss ...................................9-9 C.P. Miles ....................................3-3 Branch Bocock....................... 15-4-1 R.B. Prince.................................21-0 W.G. Breintenstein.......................9-4 W.G. Breintenstein.......................9-1 Charles Bernier ............................8-4 Charles Bernier ........................12-13 Charles Bernier ..........................16-6 W.L. Younger ......................... 17-9-1 W.L. Younger ......................... 7-10-2 W.L. Younger ...............................7-8 George Kircher ...................... 10-6-1 George Kircher ...................... 5-11-2

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George Kircher ...................... 13-6-1 George Kircher ..........................11-4 George Kircher ............................4-7 George Kircher ............................9-6 George Kircher ...................... 13-2-1 George Kircher ........................ 7-7-2 George Kircher ............................5-7 H.M. McEver ................................6-6 H.M. McEver .......................... 6-11-1 H.M. McEver ..............................4-15 H.M. McEver ................................8-8 H.M. McEver ..............................12-8 H.M. McEver ..............................4-10 H.M. McEver ..............................1-14 G.F. Laird .....................................7-5 G.F. Laird ...................................6-10 G.F. Laird ............................... 10-5-1 G.F. Laird .....................................4-8 H.M. McEver ................................9-4 G.S. Proctor ...............................10-4 G.S. Proctor ...............................8-11 G.S. Proctor ...............................11-6 G.F. Laird ............................... 14-8-1 G.F. Laird .................................10-11 G.F. Laird ...................................13-9 G.F. Laird ...................................8-11 G.F. Laird .....................................4-9 G.F. Laird .....................................6-7 G.F. Laird ...................................14-8 G.F. Laird ...................................13-8 G.F. Laird ...................................9-12 G.F. Laird ...................................9-12 G.F. Laird ............................... 9-11-1 G.F. Laird ...................................12-7 G.F. Laird ...................................10-9 G.F. Laird ...................................9-15 G.F. Laird ...................................11-6 G.F. Laird ...................................14-7 G.F. Laird .................................12-10 G.F. Laird .................................10-13 G.F. Laird ...................................10-6 G.F. Laird .................................14-10 G.F. Laird ............................... 17-9-1 G.F. Laird ...................................27-7 G.F. Laird .................................15-11 G.F. Laird .................................16-10 G.F. Laird .................................15-11 G.F. Laird .................................15-10 Bob Humphreys .......................15-15 Bob Humphreys .......................26-10 Bob Humphreys .........................33-9 Bob Humphreys .........................34-9 Bob Humphreys .......................27-17 Chuck Hartman ........................28-14 Chuck Hartman ........................30-18 Chuck Hartman ..........................48-9 Chuck Hartman ..........................50-9 Chuck Hartman ........................34-14 Chuck Hartman ........................41-17 Chuck Hartman .................... 50-16-1 Chuck Hartman ........................38-21 Chuck Hartman .................... 32-16-1 Chuck Hartman ........................40-20 Chuck Hartman ........................35-22 Chuck Hartman ........................36-22 Chuck Hartman ........................24-30 Chuck Hartman .................... 34-17-1 Chuck Hartman ........................34-15 Chuck Hartman ........................32-26 Chuck Hartman ........................34-24 Chuck Hartman ........................35-24 Chuck Hartman ........................34-28 Chuck Hartman .................... 28-22-2


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Annual Team Records 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009

Chuck Hartman ........................42-17 Chuck Hartman .................... 34-25-2 Chuck Hartman .................... 29-28-1 Chuck Hartman ........................33-26 Chuck Hartman ........................34-23 Chuck Hartman ........................29-27 Chuck Hartman ....... 7-19 .........23-28 Chuck Hartman ....... 4-25 .........20-33 Pete Hughes ........... 7-23 .........23-31 Pete Hughes ........... 9-21 .........23-32 Pete Hughes ......... 12-17 .........32-21

VIRGINIA TECH TOTALS 1892-2009 ............................. 1908-1313-26

Wake Forest Year 1891 1892 1894 1899 1916 1917 1918 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924 1925 1926 1927 1928 1929 1930 1931 1932 1933 1934 1935 1936 1937 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1958 1959 1960 1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 1966 1967 1968 1969 1970 1971

60

Coach ACC Overall Unknown .................................. 1-0-1 Unknown ......................................1-1 Unknown ......................................9-1 Unknown ......................................6-4 Mig Billings............................... 9-8-1 Mig Billings...................................9-9 E.T. MacDonnell ..........................9-3 I.E. Carlyle .................................10-4 Bill Holding .................................12-6 J.L. White, Jr. ......................... 15-5-3 H.L. Langston ..............................9-9 Phil Utley..................................10-11 Hank Garrity...............................13-7 Hank Garrity...............................17-9 John Caddell ..............................19-7 John Caddell ..............................13-4 John Caddell ..............................10-7 John Caddell ..............................8-10 John Caddell ............................11-10 John Caddell .......................... 9-15-1 John Caddell ..............................11-7 John Caddell ..............................16-5 John Caddell ............................11-10 John Caddell ............................17-10 John Caddell ............................13-10 John Caddell ..............................20-5 John Caddell .......................... 12-6-2 John Caddell ........................ 13-14-1 Murray Greason ...........................8-3 Murray Greason ...........................7-6 Murray Greason ...........................7-6 Murray Greason .........................7-14 Murray Greason ..................... 15-8-2 Frank Novosele...................... 16-7-1 Lee Gooch .................................31-4 Lee Gooch .................................31-6 Taylor Sanford ...........................16-7 Taylor Sanford .........................13-12 Taylor Sanford ...........................15-5 Taylor Sanford .......... 8-7 ...........13-9 Taylor Sanford ........ 11-3 ...........29-7 C. Teague ..............7-5-1 ....... 13-5-1 Gene Hooks .............. 9-5 ...........13-7 Gene Hooks .............. 7-6 ...........12-9 Gene Hooks .............. 9-6 ...........13-8 Jack Stallings ............ 7-7 ...........14-7 Jack Stallings ............ 9-5 ...........23-7 Jack Stallings .......... 10-5 .........20-11 Jack Stallings .......... 11-3 .........28-11 Jack Stallings ............ 9-4 ...........23-7 Jack Stallings ............ 7-7 ...........14-5 Jack Stallings ............ 7-7 .........12-12 Jack Stallings .........4-8-1 ....... 8-15-1 Jack Stallings .......5-15-1 ..... 10-24-1 Neil Johnston .......... 9-11 .........13-20 Neil Johnston .......... 6-15 .........11-21 Neil Johnston .......... 2-12 ...........7-19

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

Beattie Feathers ..... 3-11 ...........8-18 Beattie Feathers ....... 6-9 ...........6-16 Beattie Feathers ..... 0-12 ...........8-20 Beattie Feathers ....... 3-9 ...........9-20 Marvin Crater ............ 5-7 .........22-11 Marvin Crater ............ 7-5 .........31-13 Marvin Crater ............ 7-5 .........23-14 Marvin Crater ............ 9-3 ...........28-9 Marvin Crater ............ 5-8 .........17-13 Marvin Crater ............ 3-9 .........17-13 Marvin Crater ............ 6-5 ..... 26-12-1 Marvin Crater ............ 5-6 .........17-18 Marvin Crater .......... 1-13 .........17-25 Marvin Crater .......1-12-1 ..... 23-23-2 Marvin Crater ............ 6-8 .........29-21 Marvin Crater .......... 4-13 .........19-31 George Greer.......... 7-12 .........32-26 George Greer.......... 9-10 .........35-23 George Greer........ 10-10 ..... 35-24-2 George Greer........ 10-10 .........37-22 George Greer........ 11-13 .........36-22 George Greer.......... 9-13 .........31-22 George Greer........ 10-14 .........37-20 George Greer........ 13-11 .........34-24 George Greer.......... 7-16 .........26-32 George Greer........ 10-13 .........37-20 George Greer........ 13-10 .........43-23 George Greer.......... 16-7 .........47-16 George Greer........ 14-10 ..... 41-20-1 George Greer.......... 16-8 .........44-18 George Greer.......... 17-6 ..... 47-13-1 George Greer.......... 8-15 .........29-24 George Greer.......... 4-20 .........17-33 Rick Rembielak ..... 12-18 .........28-30 Rick Rembielak ..... 16-13 .........33-22 Rick Rembielak ..... 14-16 .........34-29 Rick Rembielak ..... 13-16 .........25-31 Rick Rembielak ....... 6-24 .........22-30

WAKE FOREST TOTALS 1891-2009 ............................. 1807-1280-21


All-ACC Year by Year 1954

1957

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1960

1963

First Team 1B Ernie Berliner ...........................Maryland 2B Jack Turney..............................NC State 3B Wyman Morris .......................... Clemson SS John Yvars ...............................NC State UT Roy Coker ................................ Clemson OF Doug Kingsmore ...................... Clemson OF Al Spangler .................................... Duke OF Connie Gravitte ............... North Carolina OF Chester Hanulak ......................Maryland C Linwood Holt ...................... Wake Forest P Billy O’Dell................................ Clemson P Jack Yvars ................................NC State P Connie Hemphill.......................Maryland

First Team 1B Eddie Wyant .............................NC State 2B Al Baker .............................. Wake Forest 3B Andy Cockrell ................................. Duke SS Lon Bonczek ................................... Duke UT Bill Barnes .......................... Wake Forest OF Pete Maynard ................................. Duke OF Dave Sime ...................................... Duke OF Dick Hunter ...............................NC State UT Dick Hudson .................... North Carolina C Bob Kennel ...............................NC State P Jim Raugh ....................... North Carolina P Dick Smallwood .............................. Duke

First Team 1B Don Brown ...............................Maryland 2B Jimmy Cox ...............................NC State 3B Ferg Norton ..................... North Carolina SS Frank Cooper ...........................Maryland UT Butch Allie ...................................... Duke OF Ty Cline .................................... Clemson OF Gerald Griffin................... North Carolina OF John Burgwyn ................. North Carolina UT Bailey Hendley ......................... Clemson C Dave Lynn ................................ Clemson P Don Altman .................................... Duke P Wayne Young .................. North Carolina

First Team 1B Dave Uible ..................................... Duke 2B Pete Ayoub ............................... Clemson 3B Dave Ellisor .............................. Clemson SS Elmo Lam ................................. Clemson OF Bill Scripture ....................... Wake Forest OF Johnny Jones ........................... Clemson OF Biff Bracy ........................................ Duke OF Mike Bohonak .......................... Clemson OF Grayson Harmeyer...................Maryland C Wayne Martin ..................... Wake Forest P Stan Crisson .................................. Duke P Louis Howard ..................... Wake Forest

Second Team 1B Joe Mosier ...................... North Carolina 2B Dickie Harris....................... Wake Forest 3B Ben Tatum .......................... Wake Forest SS Fred Dale ........................ North Carolina UT Eddie Miller ..............................Maryland OF Luther McKeel .................... Wake Forest OF Bill Livengood..................... Wake Forest OF Tom Baden ...............................Maryland OF Ed Rast ...........................South Carolina C Bobbie Morris ........................... Clemson P Lowell Davis ....................... Wake Forest P Joe Morgan ..................... North Carolina P Heyward Tunstall ............South Carolina

Second Team 1B Jack Phillips ........................ Wake Forest 2B Don Lewis ........................ North Carolina 3B Andy McDonald ........................Maryland SS Larry Jewell .....................South Carolina UT Howie Dare ...............................Maryland OF John Stokoe........................ Wake Forest OF Don Hafer .................................NC State OF Chuck Arnold ...............................Virginia UT Rex McMillan ...................... Wake Forest C Jim Legette ...................... North Carolina P Dick Burton ..................................... Duke P Herb Busch ..................................Virginia

Second Team 1B Aubrey Currie ..................... Wake Forest 2B Bobby Brown...................... Wake Forest 3B Charlie Forte ...................... Wake Forest SS Lynn Fader ..................................... Duke UT Don Santo ................................Maryland OF Jay Franklin........................ Wake Forest OF Paul Wilner......................... Wake Forest OF Bernie Latusick ........................NC State UT Jerry Goodman .................. Wake Forest C Phil Rogers ..............................Maryland P Joel Gibson ..............................NC State P Bob Plemmons................... Wake Forest

Second Team 1B Don Montgomery .....................NC State 2B David Miller ........................ Wake Forest 3B Carl Gibson .................................Virginia SS Walt Noell ........................... Wake Forest OF Larry Tate ....................................Virginia OF Sonny Odom .................................. Duke OF Heyward Hull................... North Carolina C Gene Harbeson........................ Clemson P Damon Vincent......................... Clemson P John Klvac ...............................Maryland

Duke (6), Maryland (2), North Carolina (4), NC State (4), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (5), South Carolina (1).

Clemson (3), Duke (3), Maryland (4), North Carolina (4), NC State (3), Wake Forest (7).

1958

1961

Clemson (5), Duke (1), Maryland (5), North Carolina (4), NC State (3), Wake Forest (6), South Carolina (2).

1955

First Team 1B Bill Peed ...................................NC State 2B Jack Turney..............................NC State 3B Andy Cockrell ................................. Duke SS Dudley Whitley .........................NC State UT Harry Lloyd...................... North Carolina OF Connie Gravitte ............... North Carolina OF Tommy Cole ....................... Wake Forest OF Bill Walker ................................Maryland UT Luther McKeel .................... Wake Forest C Linwood Holt ...................... Wake Forest P Lowell Davis ....................... Wake Forest P Harleigh Fatzinger.......................... Duke P Russell Duffy ............................Maryland Second Team 1B Eddie Berliner ..........................Maryland 2B Bill Barnes .......................... Wake Forest 3B Joe Barringer ...........................NC State SS Harold Moore ..................... Wake Forest UT Albert Long...................... North Carolina OF Russell Casteen .......................NC State OF Bill Barnett................................ Clemson OF Jim Jarrett .......................South Carolina UT Carl Brazell .....................South Carolina C Jim O’Quinn ............................. Clemson P Tommy Hargrove......................NC State P Heyward Tunstall ............South Carolina P Jim Raugh ....................... North Carolina Clemson (2), Duke (2), Maryland (3), North Carolina (4), NC State (6), Wake Forest (6), South Carolina (3).

1956

Virginia (2), Wake Forest (5).

1964

First Team 1B Danny Casteen .........................NC State 2B Carson Oldham ............... North Carolina 3B Andy McDonald ........................Maryland SS Al Baker .............................. Wake Forest UT Lon Bonczek ................................... Duke OF Rex McMillen ...................... Wake Forest OF Dick Hunter ...............................NC State OF Russell Casteen .......................NC State UT Gerald Griffin ................... North Carolina C Bob Kennel ...............................NC State P Wayne Young................... North Carolina P Harold Stowe ............................ Clemson

First Team 1B Don Brown ...............................Maryland 2B Bill Timberlake.............................Virginia 3B Ferg Norton ..................... North Carolina SS Lynn Fader ..................................... Duke UT Vernon Strickland .....................NC State OF Jim Mooring .................... North Carolina OF Roger Coon........................ Wake Forest OF Tom Brown ...............................Maryland UT Jay Franklin........................ Wake Forest C Phil Rogers ..............................Maryland P Joel Gibson ..............................NC State P Bob Plemmons................... Wake Forest

First Team 1B Jack McCathern ..............South Carolina 2B Hoke Greiner ...................South Carolina 3B Ben Marsella ............................ Clemson SS Jim Speight...................... North Carolina OF Bill Scripture ....................... Wake Forest OF Ken Willard ...................... North Carolina OF Jim Pitt......................................Maryland OF Mike Budd .......................... Wake Forest C Wayne Martin ..................... Wake Forest P Bill Haywood.................... North Carolina P Louis Howard ..................... Wake Forest

Second Team 1B Jack Phillips ........................ Wake Forest 2B Derris Bradshaw .......................NC State 3B Alton Pons ....................... North Carolina SS Bud Spiers ................................ Clemson UT Ken Rosefield ..................South Carolina OF Pete Maynard ................................. Duke OF Buster Ledford .................... Wake Forest OF Bailey Hendley.......................... Clemson UT Buddy Nidiffer ..................South Carolina C Steve Crihfield ................................ Duke P Ben Tench ........................... Wake Forest P Danny Casteen .........................NC State

Second Team 1B Len Dellolio ..................... North Carolina 2B Gary Miller...................................... Duke 3B Vernon Strickland .....................NC State SS Elmo Lam ................................. Clemson UT Paul Swing ...................... North Carolina OF Jerry Goodman .................. Wake Forest OF Ronnie Davis.................................. Duke OF Rex McKinley ................................. Duke UT Charlie Williams ..............South Carolina C Dave Lynn ................................ Clemson P Don Altman .................................... Duke P Nick Warren .................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Buddy Nixon ............................. Clemson 2B Dave Miller ......................... Wake Forest 3B Joe Tonelli .......................South Carolina SS Walt Noell ........................... Wake Forest OF Biff Bracy ........................................ Duke OF John Pincavage ...........................Virginia OF Larry Clary ................................NC State OF Sonny Odom .................................. Duke OF George Sutton .......................... Clemson C Dick Moseley ...................South Carolina P Tommy Chapman ..................... Clemson P Jerry Vezendy...........................Maryland

Clemson (3), Duke (3), Maryland (1), North Carolina (4), NC State (6), Wake Forest (5), South Carolina (2).

Clemson (2), Duke (5), Maryland (3), North Carolina (5), NC State (3), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (4), South Carolina (1).

1959

1962

First Team 1B Ken Rosefield ..................South Carolina 2B Bobby Brown ...................... Wake Forest 3B Don Santo.................................Maryland SS Frank Cooper ............................Maryland UT Charlie Forte ....................... Wake Forest OF Jay Franklin ........................ Wake Forest OF Doug Hoffman........................... Clemson OF Don Hafer .................................NC State UT Pat Clarke .................................Maryland C Reese Whitley .............................Virginia P Dick Reitz .................................Maryland P Bob Plemmons ................... Wake Forest

First Team 1B Tom Brown ...............................Maryland 2B Paul Swing ...................... North Carolina 3B Lynn Fader ..................................... Duke SS Wayne Edwards .......................NC State UT Roger Coon........................ Wake Forest OF Bill Scripture ....................... Wake Forest OF Johnny Jones ........................... Clemson OF Joey Taylor ............................... Clemson OF Jack McCathern ..............South Carolina C Gene Harbeson........................ Clemson P Bill Spencer .................................Virginia P Bob Conner ..............................NC State

Second Team 1B Bob Hardy....................................Virginia 2B Chuck Hartman ................ North Carolina 3B Larry Jewell .....................South Carolina SS Frank Ellerbe ...................South Carolina UT Jack Bryant ......................... Wake Forest OF Bill Walker .................................Maryland OF Howie Dare ...............................Maryland OF Luther McKeel .................... Wake Forest UT Jim Jarrett ........................South Carolina C Eddie West ...............................NC State P Jim Raugh ....................... North Carolina P John Cooley.....................South Carolina

Second Team 1B Fred DeBerry ............................ Clemson 2B Glen Sparrow ............................NC State 3B Butch Allie ....................................... Duke SS Harold Workman .............. North Carolina UT Larry Bagwell ............................ Clemson OF John Burgwyn .................. North Carolina OF Buster Ledford .................... Wake Forest OF Bailey Hendley.......................... Clemson UT Pete Maynard ................................. Duke C Al Baldwin ........................ North Carolina P Harold Stowe ............................ Clemson P Wayne Young................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Roger Coon........................ Wake Forest 2B Pete Limburg...............................Virginia 3B Vernon Strickland .....................NC State SS Elmo Lam ................................. Clemson UT Dave Uible ..................................... Duke OF Bob Rankin .................................... Duke OF Nicky Lomax ............................ Clemson OF Buddy Tilden ................... North Carolina OF Heyward Hull................... North Carolina C George Farson ............................Virginia P Jerry Vezendy ..........................Maryland P Pat McDowell ..................... Wake Forest

Duke (2), Maryland (2), North Carolina (2), NC State (5), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (7), South Carolina (4).

Clemson (5), Duke (2), Maryland (4), North Carolina (4), NC State (2), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (5), South Carolina (1).

Clemson (5), Duke (3), Maryland (2), North Carolina (3), NC State (3), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (4), South Carolina (1).

First Team 1B Bill Peed ...................................NC State 2B W.D. Fesperman ............................. Duke 3B Andy Cockrell ................................. Duke SS Dudley Whitley ..........................NC State UT Bill Barnes .......................... Wake Forest OF Carmen Santoli .........................NC State OF George Miller ...................... Wake Forest OF Charles Arnold .............................Virginia UT Frank McRae ...................... Wake Forest C Linwood Holt ....................... Wake Forest P Lowell Davis ....................... Wake Forest P Lou Dickman.............................NC State

Clemson (7), Duke (4), Maryland (2), North Carolina (1), NC State (1),

Clemson (4), Duke (2), Maryland (2), North Carolina (3), NC State (1), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (6), South Carolina (4).

1965 First Team 1B Danny Talbott .................. North Carolina 2B Dick Prindle ..................... North Carolina 3B Lawton Cowart ......................... Clemson SS Jack McCall .............................. Clemson OF Rusty Adkins............................. Clemson OF Biff Bracy ........................................ Duke OF Tommy Cole ....................... Wake Forest OF John Pineavage...........................Virginia C Danny Scarpa..................South Carolina P Jerry Bark .................................Maryland P Tommy Chapman ..................... Clemson Second Team 1B Ronnie Lamb ...................South Carolina 2B Joe Tonelli .......................South Carolina 3B Bill Malloy ........................... Wake Forest SS Vic Sorrell .................................NC State OF Gary Black ....................... North Carolina OF Mike Long .................................Maryland OF Jerry Price ................................NC State C Steve Sauve .............................Maryland P Larry Gammon ............................Virginia P Bill Dillman.......................... Wake Forest Clemson (4), Duke (1), Maryland (3), North Carolina (3), NC State (2), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (3), South Carolina (3).

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All-ACC Year by Year

:: 1966

1969

1972

1975

First Team 1B Danny Talbott .................. North Carolina 2B Rusty Adkins............................. Clemson 3B Lawton Cowart ......................... Clemson SS Jack McCall .............................. Clemson OF Tommy Cole ....................... Wake Forest OF Charlie Carr ..................... North Carolina OF George Sutton .......................... Clemson OF Don Kerns ................................Maryland C Danny Scarpa..................South Carolina P Bobby Bryant ...................South Carolina P Dan Walker ...................... North Carolina

First Team 1B Eddie Hill ......................... North Carolina 2B Wallie Jones ....................South Carolina 3B Chris Cammack .......................NC State SS Craig Robinson .................. Wake Forest OF Jim Norris .................................Maryland OF Jim Callison........................ Wake Forest OF Gene Hiser ...............................Maryland C Skip Hull .......................... North Carolina P Phil Corddry .............................Maryland P Tom Buskey .................... North Carolina

First Team 1B Rick Richardson .......................NC State 2B Mike Baier ................................Maryland 3B Rich Eschen ....................... Wake Forest SS Bo Bochow ..................................... Duke OF Calvin Weeks ........................... Clemson OF Robbin Marvin .............................Virginia OF Mike Baxter ..............................NC State C Mike Roberts ................... North Carolina P Bob Grossman .........................Maryland P Rusty Gerhardt......................... Clemson

First Team 1B Bill Smodic ...............................NC State 2B Bill Wingo ................................. Clemson 3B Ron Evans ...............................NC State SS Kurt Seibert .............................. Clemson OF Denny Walling .......................... Clemson OF Peter Anderson ...........................Virginia OF Kevin Hicks ..............................Maryland C Chris Knepp .................... North Carolina P Bob Ferris ................................Maryland P Mike Dempsey .........................NC State

Second Team 1B Randy Blanchard ........................... Duke 2B Charles Thomas .............. North Carolina 3B Don Russell.............................. Clemson SS Randy Bray .............................. Clemson SS Darrell Moody...........................NC State OF Craig White .............................. Clemson OF Steve Bryant ...............................Virginia OF Digit Laughridge ................. Wake Forest C Bob Simpson............................Maryland P Mike Caldwell ...........................NC State P Rusty Gerhardt......................... Clemson

Second Team 1B Dan Phelan .................................... Duke 2B Ken Bagwell ............................. Clemson 3B Vince Bateman .........................Maryland SS Bobby Cuthrie ................. North Carolina SS Tom Dawkins...................... Wake Forest OF Dale Lydecker ................. North Carolina OF Steve Sroba ................................Virginia OF Smiley Sanders ........................ Clemson C Lin Hamilton ............................. Clemson P Jim Chamberlain ............. North Carolina P Mike Merritt ..................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Mike DeSimone........................Maryland 2B Steve Rackley ................. North Carolina 3B Pat Fitzsimmons ...................... Clemson SS Dean Pallotta ..............................Virginia OF Steve Tucker ............................ Clemson OF Robbie Cox .................................... Duke OF Dan Moore ...............................NC State C Frank Kolarek...........................Maryland P Bill Paschall..................... North Carolina P Mike Merritt ..................... North Carolina

Clemson (4), Duke (1), Maryland (4), North Carolina (4), NC State (3),

Clemson (5), Duke (2), Maryland (3), North Carolina (5), NC State (2),

Virginia (1), Wake Forest (3), South Carolina (1).

Virginia (2), Wake Forest (2).

Second Team 1B Steve Wrenn....................... Wake Forest 2B Dick Warren .................................... Duke 3B Tom Bichy .................................Maryland SS Frank Partyka ..................South Carolina OF Wendell Coleman .....................NC State OF Larry Davis ..................................... Duke OF Mike Long .................................Maryland OF Al Mirando .......................South Carolina C Eddie Barbary........................... Clemson P Ned Turnbull ................................Virginia P Charles Watson ........................ Clemson Clemson (6), Duke (2), Maryland (3), North Carolina (3), NC State (1), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (2), South Carolina (4).

1967 First Team

1B 2B 3B SS OF OF OF C P P

Steve Wrenn....................... Wake Forest Rusty Adkins............................. Clemson Frank Partyka ..................South Carolina Gary Helms .............................. Clemson Mike Fair..........................South Carolina Charlie Carr ..................... North Carolina John Hetrick .............................Maryland Danny Scarpa..................South Carolina Garry Hill ......................... North Carolina Tom Bradley .............................Maryland

Second Team 1B Danny Talbott .................. North Carolina 2B Charlie Thomas ............... North Carolina 3B Danny Talbott .................. North Carolina SS Dick Richards ...........................Maryland OF Randy Blanchard ............................ Duke OF George Kasmarek ....................Maryland OF Jim Callison ........................ Wake Forest C Skip Hull .......................... North Carolina P Bill Parmer ................................ Clemson P Bobby Bryant ...................South Carolina

1973

First Team 1B Eddie Hill ......................... North Carolina 2B Dave Sauve .............................Maryland 3B Chris Cammack .......................NC State SS Craig Robinson .................. Wake Forest OF Gene Hiser ...............................Maryland OF Tommy Smith ...........................NC State OF Steve Bryant ...............................Virginia C Mike Roberts ................... North Carolina P Rusty Gerhardt......................... Clemson P Mike Caldwell ...........................NC State

First Team 1B Dan Zagorski............................NC State 2B Richard Haynes ....................... Clemson 3B Rich Eschen ....................... Wake Forest SS Dean Pallotta ..............................Virginia OF Craig White .............................. Clemson OF Smiley Sanders ........................ Clemson OF John Poff ........................................ Duke C Lin Hamilton ............................. Clemson P Lindsay Graham....................... Clemson P Mike Merritt ..................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Buddy Caldwell ...............South Carolina 2B Randy Bray .............................. Clemson 3B John Posen .................................... Duke 3B Jim Eschen ........................ Wake Forest SS Mike Cubbage .............................Virginia OF Jim Norris .................................Maryland OF Craig White .............................. Clemson OF Eddie Hill ......................... North Carolina C Eddie Holland........................... Clemson P Steve Denison................................ Duke P Eddie Hill ......................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Jack Leachman ............... North Carolina 2B Jerry Mills .................................NC State 3B Ron Evans ...............................NC State SS Vince Bateman .........................Maryland OF Dave Bratt ...................................Virginia OF Kevin Hicks ..............................Maryland OF Steve Sroba ................................Virginia C Bill Glad....................................NC State P Mike Dempsey .........................NC State P Steve Cline............................... Clemson Clemson (6), Duke (1), Maryland (2), North Carolina (2), NC State (5),

Clemson (4), Duke (2), Maryland (3), North Carolina (4), NC State (3),

(2), South Carolina (4).

Virginia (2), Wake Forest (2), South Carolina (1).

(4), Virginia (2).

1976

1970

Clemson (3), Duke (1), Maryland (4), North Carolina (6), Wake Forest

Clemson (5), Duke (1), Maryland (4), North Carolina (4), NC State

First Team 1B John Zeglinski .................... Wake Forest 2B Bobby Emerson ..........................Virginia 2B Frank Thomas ..........................Maryland 3B Tony Zentgraf ..............................Virginia SS Kurt Seibert .............................. Clemson OF Steve Tucker ............................ Clemson OF Steve Rackley ................. North Carolina OF David Caldwell ......................... Clemson C Bill Foley .................................. Clemson P Bob Ferris ................................Maryland P Chuck Porter ............................ Clemson DH Darrell Corradini .......................Maryland Second Team 1B Gary Fahrney ........................... Clemson 3B Tom Crocker.............................NC State SS Scott Christopher .....................Maryland OF Dick Chappell ...........................NC State OF Early Jones ..................... North Carolina OF Kenny Baker ...................... Wake Forest C Stan Johnson ..................... Wake Forest P Ron Musselman ....................... Clemson P Bill Paschall..................... North Carolina Clemson (7), Maryland (4), North Carolina (3), NC State (2), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (3).

Virginia (3), Wake Forest (1).

1977 First Team 1B John Zeglinski .................... Wake Forest 2B Bill Wingo ................................. Clemson 3B Randy Warrick................. North Carolina SS Robert Bonnette ....................... Clemson OF Kenny Baker ...................... Wake Forest OF Dick Chappell ...........................NC State OF Neil Simons .............................. Clemson OF David Caldwell ......................... Clemson C Bill Foley .................................. Clemson P Ron Musselman ....................... Clemson P John Skinner ............................NC State DH Bob Niffenegger .......................Maryland

1968

1971

1974

First Team 1B Bill Cash ..........................South Carolina 2B Wallie Jones ....................South Carolina 3B Chris Cammack .......................NC State SS Toy McCord .....................South Carolina OF Jim Norris .................................Maryland OF Charlie Carr..................... North Carolina OF Steve Martin .............................NC State C Skip Hull .......................... North Carolina P David Lemonds ............... North Carolina P Tom Bradley .............................Maryland

First Team 1B Jim Norris .................................Maryland 2B Dave Sauve .............................Maryland 3B Chris Cammack .......................NC State SS Mike Cubbage .............................Virginia OF Craig White .............................. Clemson OF Harry Martell ............................Maryland OF John Severs ............................. Clemson C Mike Roberts ................... North Carolina P Mike Caldwell ...........................NC State P Rusty Gerhardt......................... Clemson

First Team 1B Dan Zagorski............................NC State 2B Bobby Cuthrie ................. North Carolina 3B Ron Evans ...............................NC State SS Dean Pallotta ..............................Virginia OF Smiley Sanders ........................ Clemson OF Dale Lydecker ................. North Carolina OF Mike Pulaski ............................. Clemson C Lin Hamilton ............................. Clemson P Steve Cline............................... Clemson P Mike Merritt ..................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Randy Blanchard ........................... Duke 2B Dick Warren ................................... Duke 3B Ron Lemonds.................. North Carolina SS Randy Bray .............................. Clemson OF Tim Teer ......................................... Duke OF Digit Laughridge ................. Wake Forest OF Gene Hiser ...............................Maryland C Bob Simpson............................Maryland P Mike Herson .............................Maryland P John Curtis ............................... Clemson

Second Team 1B Buddy Caldwell ...............South Carolina 2B Jim Eschen ........................ Wake Forest 3B Buddy Elliott .................... North Carolina SS Butch Anderson...............South Carolina OF Jack Gillis ........................ North Carolina OF Danny Baker ............................NC State OF Steve Sroba ................................Virginia C Sam Beale ..................................Virginia P Ed Kihm ......................................Virginia P Jim Chamberlain ............. North Carolina

Second Team 1B Mike DeSimone........................Maryland 2B Richard Haynes ....................... Clemson 3B Jonathan Williams .......................Virginia SS Kent Juday ...............................NC State OF Kevin Hicks ..............................Maryland OF John Poff ........................................ Duke OF Jerry Schellenberg ............. Wake Forest C Dan Bernstein .............................Virginia P Harry Thomas .............................Virginia P Bill Paschall..................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Duke Duncan ..............................Virginia 2B Chuck Harmon .........................NC State 3B Bill Owens ................................Maryland SS Mark Harris ..............................Maryland OF Ken Gerrity ......................... Wake Forest OF Roy Dixon ................................NC State OF Bill King .......................................... Duke C Stan Johnson ..................... Wake Forest P Mark Jackman..........................Maryland P Steve Norwood ...........................Virginia DH Jim Rouse ....................... North Carolina

Clemson (2), Duke (3), Maryland (5), North Carolina (4), NC State (2),

Clemson (3), Maryland (3), North Carolina (4), NC State (3), Virginia (4),

Clemson (5), Duke (1), Maryland (2), UNC (4), NC State (3), Virginia

Clemson (6), Duke (1), Maryland (4), North Carolina (2), NC State (4),

Wake Forest (1), South Carolina (3).

Wake Forest (1), South Carolina (2).

(4), Wake Forest (1).

Virginia (2), Wake Forest (4).

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All-ACC Year by Year

::

1978

1981

1984

1987

First Team 1B Duke Duncan ..............................Virginia 2B Bob Hely ............................ Wake Forest 3B Jim Atkinson .................... North Carolina SS Robert Bonnette ....................... Clemson OF Roy Dixon ................................NC State OF Neil Simons .............................. Clemson OF Larry Doby ..................................... Duke C David Duff ...................................Virginia P Greg Norris ..................... North Carolina P Rich Spanton ...........................NC State DH Brick Smith ......................... Wake Forest

First Team 1B Brick Smith ......................... Wake Forest 2B Jeff Schaeffer ...........................Maryland 3B Tim Gordon ..............................Maryland SS Mark Meleski ...............................Virginia OF Chuckie Canady.......................NC State OF Bobby Brower ................................ Duke OF Jay West .....................................Virginia OF Mike Mahoney.......................... Clemson C Scott Bradley................... North Carolina P Todd Lamb ..................................... Duke P Joe Plesac ...............................NC State DH Joe Reto.......................... North Carolina

First Team 1B Tracy Woodson ........................NC State 2B Doug Strange ...........................NC State 3B Jeff Hubbard.................... North Carolina SS Walt Weiss ...................... North Carolina OF Scott Jordan ...................... Georgia Tech OF Todd Wilkinson ................ North Carolina OF Brooks Shumake...................... Clemson C B.J. Surhoff ..................... North Carolina P Scott BankheAad ............ North Carolina P Mike Pesavento .......................NC State DH Jim McCollom .......................... Clemson

First Team 1B Turtle Zaun ...............................NC State 2B Ty Griffin............................ Georgia Tech 3B Steve Baucom.......................... Clemson SS Bill Spiers ................................. Clemson OF Riccardo Ingram................ Georgia Tech OF K.G. White......................... Georgia Tech OF Randy Mazey ........................... Clemson C Bert Heffernan .......................... Clemson P Jeff Hartsock ............................NC State P Jim Poole .......................... Georgia Tech DH Scott Patterson ........................Maryland

Second Team 1B Joe Reto.......................... North Carolina 2B Gary Newsom ................... Georgia Tech 3B Craig Roberson ........................ Clemson SS Chris Pittaro .................... North Carolina OF Greg Schuler ................... North Carolina OF Glenn Gallagher ....................... Clemson OF Drex Roberts ................... North Carolina C Pat Sheehy ..............................NC State P Mark Ochal...................... North Carolina P Don Plesac...............................NC State DH Brick Smith ......................... Wake Forest

Second Team 1B Bob Paulling ............................. Clemson 2B Ron Bianco .................................... Duke 3B Andrew Fava ............................NC State SS Scott Powers ............................ Clemson OF Chris Morgan .................... Georgia Tech OF Mark Militello .................................. Duke OF Marty Freeman.........................Maryland C Tom Weider ..............................Maryland P Roger Williams ................ North Carolina P Mike Romanovsky....................Maryland DH B.J. Surhoff ..................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Billy Parham ...................... Georgia Tech 2B Henry Threadgill ....................... Clemson 3B Bryn Kosco...............................NC State SS Bill Narleski .................................Virginia OF Mike Fowler....................... Georgia Tech OF Brian Bark ................................NC State OF John Morabito .................... Wake Forest C Anthony Maisano ............... Wake Forest P Roger Kinard ..................... Georgia Tech

Second Team 1B Steve Nilsson ........................... Clemson 2B Frank Thomas ..........................Maryland 3B Pete Peltz................................. Clemson SS Johnny Pacer ..................... Wake Forest OF Billy Weems ............................. Clemson OF Ken Gerrity ......................... Wake Forest OF Drew Schuett ..............................Virginia C Stan Johnson ..................... Wake Forest P Mike Brown .............................. Clemson P Steve Norwood ...........................Virginia DH Dave Moody .............................NC State Clemson (6), Duke (1), Maryland (1), North Carolina (2), NC State (3), Virginia (4), Wake Forest (5).

1979 First Team 1B Brick Smith ......................... Wake Forest 2B Roy Clark ........................ North Carolina 3B Jim Atkinson .................... North Carolina SS Robbie Allen ............................. Clemson OF Neil Simons .............................. Clemson OF Tony Masone............................ Clemson OF Drew Schuett ..............................Virginia C Stan Johnson ..................... Wake Forest P Mike Sullivan ............................ Clemson P Paul Voight ..................................Virginia DH Chuckie Canady.......................NC State Second Team 1B John Isley .................................NC State 2B Bob Hely ............................ Wake Forest 3B Robert Bonnette ....................... Clemson SS Don Ruett ....................................... Duke OF Jeff Musser..................................Virginia OF Rick White ................................NC State OF Larry Doby Jr.................................. Duke C Chuckie Canady.......................NC State P Bill Gallagher................... North Carolina P Pete Sinopoli ............................Maryland DH Dave Buffamoyer ..................... Clemson Clemson (6), Duke (2), Maryland (1), North Carolina (3), NC State (4), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (3).

1980 First Team 1B Brick Smith ......................... Wake Forest 2B Tim Teufel................................. Clemson 3B Scott Bradley................... North Carolina SS Mark Meleski ...............................Virginia OF Neil Simons .............................. Clemson OF Neal Herrick .............................Maryland OF Chuckie Canady.......................NC State C Dwight Lowry .................. North Carolina P Joe Plesac ...............................NC State P Mike Brown .............................. Clemson DH Lloyd Brewer ................... North Carolina Second Team 1B Tommy Thompson............. Georgia Tech 2B Gary Newsom ................... Georgia Tech 3B Ray Tanner ...............................NC State SS Robbie Allen ............................. Clemson SS Don Pruett ...................................... Duke OF Jeff Musser..................................Virginia OF Jay West .....................................Virginia OF P.J. Gay ........................... North Carolina C Pat Sheehy ..............................NC State P Ricky Horton ...............................Virginia P Mike Ochal ...................... North Carolina DH Louie Meadows ........................NC State Clemson (4), Duke (1), Georgia Tech (2), Maryland (1), North Carolina (5), NC State (5), Virginia (4), Wake Forest (1).

Clemson (5), Georiga Tech (7), Maryland (1), NC State (4), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (2).

Clemson (3), Duke (2), Georgia Tech (1), Maryland (2), North Carolina (7), NC State (4), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (2).

Clemson (4), Duke (2), Georgia Tech (2), Maryland (3), North Carolina

1982

1985

First Team 1B Pete Kumiega .................. North Carolina 2B Gary Newsom ....................Georgia Tech 3B Rick Lockwood ...................Georgia Tech SS Bill Merrifield .......................Wake Forest OF Ken Sears .................................NC State OF Tommy Gregg .....................Wake Forest OF Bill Ruffner...........................Wake Forest C Tom Decker .....................................Duke P Jimmy Key ................................ Clemson P Jeff Gilbert ................................. Clemson DH Jimmy Key ................................ Clemson

First Team 1B Jim McCollum .......................... Clemson 2B Doug Strange ...........................NC State 3B Walt McConnell ................. Georgia Tech SS Walt Weiss ...................... North Carolina OF Scott Jordan ...................... Georgia Tech OF Tommy Gregg .................... Wake Forest OF Scott Johnson ................. North Carolina C B.J. Surhoff ..................... North Carolina P Roger Williams ................ North Carolina P Tim Burcham ...............................Virginia DH Mickey Billmeyer ......................NC State

Second Team 1B Glenn Harris ................................ Virginia 2B Steve Heon ................................. Virginia 3B George Priftis .............................. Virginia SS Chris Pittaro ..................... North Carolina OF Tony Larioni.............................. Maryland OF Greg Schuler .................... North Carolina OF Louie Meadows .........................NC State C Steve Van Dyke......................... Clemson C Tom Weider .............................. Maryland P Ken Fay...........................................Duke P Frank Warner ......................Wake Forest DH Louie Meadows .........................NC State

Second Team 1B Jeff Booker ..................................Virginia 2B Jamie Sims ....................... Georgia Tech 3B Andrew Fava ............................NC State SS Bill Narleski .................................Virginia OF Pete Geist ......................... Georgia Tech OF Steve Newbern ................. Georgia Tech OF Bryan Davenport ......................Maryland C Bert Heffernan ..........................NC State P Erik Hanson ....................... Wake Forest P Paul Grossman ........................NC State DH John Jay................................... Clemson

Clemson (4), Duke (2), Georgia Tech (2), Maryland (2), North Carolina (3), NC State (3), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (4).

Second Team 1B Pete Kumiega .................. North Carolina 2B Frank Russ................................ Clemson 3B Jeff Hubbard..................... North Carolina SS Walt Weiss ....................... North Carolina OF Ricky Hester.............................. Clemson OF Brooks Shumake....................... Clemson OF Scott Jordan .......................Georgia Tech C Tom Decker .....................................Duke P Ken Fay...........................................Duke P Stu Rogers .........................Georgia Tech DH Jim McCollom ........................... Clemson Clemson (5), Duke (2), Georgia Tech (3), Maryland (1), North Carolina (6), NC State (1), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (2).

First Team 1B Turtle Zaun ...............................NC State 2B Ty Griffin............................ Georgia Tech 3B Bryn Kosco...............................NC State SS Rusty Charpia .......................... Clemson OF Billy Masse ......................... Wake Forest OF K.G. White......................... Georgia Tech OF Brian Bark ................................NC State C Bert Heffernan .......................... Clemson P Brian Barnes ............................ Clemson P Jim Poole .......................... Georgia Tech DH Dell Ahalt ..................................NC State Second Team 1B Mike Milchin ............................. Clemson 2B Henry Threadgill ....................... Clemson 3B Jerry Brooks ............................. Clemson SS Ron Maurer ..................... North Carolina OF Randy Mazey ........................... Clemson OF Mark Withers ............................NC State OF Pat McGuire ...................... Georgia Tech OF Kevin McDonald ..........................Virginia C Jesse Levis ..................... North Carolina P Jeff Hartsock ............................NC State P Joe Wise ........................... Georgia Tech DH Mike Couture............................ Clemson Clemson (8), Georgia Tech (5), North Carolina (2), NC State (6), Virginia

Clemson (2), Georgia Tech (5), Maryland (1), North Carolina (4), NC State

(1), Wake Forest (1).

(5), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (2).

1983 First Team 1B Bob Paulling .............................. Clemson 2B George Priftis .............................. Virginia 3B Rick Lockwood ...................Georgia Tech SS Bill Merrifield .......................Wake Forest OF Tony Latham ............................... Virginia OF Tommy Gregg .....................Wake Forest OF Chris Baird ................................NC State C B.J. Surhoff ...................... North Carolina P Scott Bankhead................ North Carolina P Ken Echols ............................... Maryland DH Drex Roberts .................... North Carolina

1988

(7), NC State (4).

1986 First Team 1B Chuck Baldwiin ........................ Clemson 2B Greg Briley ...............................NC State 3B John Morabito .................... Wake Forest SS Bill Narleski .................................Virginia OF Andrew Fava ............................NC State OF Randy Mazey ........................... Clemson OF Scott Johnson ................. North Carolina C Jim McNamara .........................NC State P Jeff Hartsock ............................NC State P Bob Dement ................................Virginia DH Turtle Zaun ...............................NC State

1989 First Team 1B Steve Shepard .........................NC State 2B Henry Threadgill ....................... Clemson 3B Andy Bruce ....................... Georgia Tech SS Brian Shabosky .................. Wake Forest OF Brian Bark ................................NC State OF Chris Kughn ................................Virginia OF Jake Austin......................... Wake Forest C Jesse Levis ..................... North Carolina P Brian Barnes ............................ Clemson P Frank Humber .................... Wake Forest DH Anthony Maisano .............. Georgia Tech

Second Team 1B Jeff Distasio....................... Georgia Tech 2B Keith Kowalski.............................Virginia 3B Steve Baucom.......................... Clemson SS Alex Wallace ............................NC State OF Mike Wilcox ........................ Wake Forest OF Devy Bell ......................... North Carolina OF Wade Perry ........................ Wake Forest C Bert Heffernan .......................... Clemson P Kevin Brown ...................... Georgia Tech

Second Team 1B Mike Milchin ............................. Clemson 2B Gary Shingledecker .................NC State 3B Jim Crowley ............................. Clemson SS Ron Maurer ..................... North Carolina OF Warren Sawkiw .................. Wake Forest OF Brian Kowitz ............................. Clemson OF Marty Durkin...................... Georgia Tech C Mike Couture............................ Clemson P John Thoden ................... North Carolina P Mike Hostetler ................... Georgia Tech

Clemson (4), Georgia Tech (2), North Carolina (2), NC State (6), Virginia

Clemson (6), Georgia Tech (4), North Carolina (3), NC State (3), Virginia

(3), Wake Forest (3).

(1), Wake Forest (4).


All-ACC Year by Year

:: 1990

1993

First Team 1B Steve Estroff.................... North Carolina 2B Bobby Rivell ................................Virginia 3B Andy Bruce ....................... Georgia Tech SS Ron Maurer ..................... North Carolina OF Warren Sawkiw .................. Wake Forest OF Brian Kowitz ............................. Clemson OF Darren Bragg .................... Georgia Tech C Kevin O’Sullivan ..........................Virginia P Mike Hostetler ................... Georgia Tech P Paul Shuey...................... North Carolina DH Anthony Maisano .............. Georgia Tech UT Brian Bark ................................NC State

First Team 1B Scott Pinoni .................................... Duke 2B Tom Crowley ...............................Virginia 3B Tim Tracey ...............................NC State SS Nomar Garciaparra ........... Georgia Tech OF Billy McMillon ........................... Clemson OF Keith Williams .......................... Clemson OF Pat Clougherty .........................NC State C Jason Varitek..................... Georgia Tech P Brad Rigby ........................ Georgia Tech P Brett Binkley ...................... Georgia Tech DH Cookie Massey ............... North Carolina UT Ryan Jackson ................................ Duke

Second Team 1B Mike Lindner ...............................Virginia 2B Dave Arendas ................. North Carolina 3B Jim Crowley ............................. Clemson SS Tim Rigsby ............................... Clemson OF Jake Austin......................... Wake Forest OF Jeff Pierce ................................NC State OF Steve Cunha ...............................Virginia C Jon Anderson .................... Georgia Tech P Jim Dougherty ................. North Carolina P Brad Woodall................... North Carolina DH Joe DeBerry ............................. Clemson UT Eric Macrina ............................. Clemson

Second Team 1B Andy Barkett ............................NC State 2B Jeff Morris ................................ Clemson 3B Brandon Hensley .............. Georgia Tech SS Keith Grunewald ............. North Carolina OF Jay Payton ........................ Georgia Tech OF Brad Pryce ......................... Wake Forest OF Chad Holbrook ................ North Carolina C Greg Almond ............................NC State P Paul Wilson ........................ Florida State P Thad Chrismon ............... North Carolina DH Mike Schmitz...................... Florida State UT Bret Wagner ....................... Wake Forest

Clemson (5), Georgia Tech (5), North Carolina (6), NC State (2), Virginia (4), Wake Forest (2).

1991

First Team 1B Eric Macrina ............................. Clemson 2B Jim Crowley ............................. Clemson 3B Andy Bruce ....................... Georgia Tech SS Todd Stefan .............................. Clemson OF Darren Bragg .................... Georgia Tech OF Billy McMillon ........................... Clemson OF Jake Austin......................... Wake Forest C Kevin O’Sullivan ..........................Virginia P Jason Angel ............................. Clemson P Buddy Jenkins.................... Wake Forest DH David Norman ................................ Duke UT Brad Woodall................... North Carolina Second Team 1B Chris Smoot .............................Maryland 2B Chris Long................................NC State 2B Quinton McCracken ....................... Duke 3B Chris Kowilcik..................... Wake Forest SS Scott Snead .............................NC State SS Danny Martz....................... Wake Forest OF Michael Spiers ......................... Clemson OF Kevin Northrup ......................... Clemson OF Jeff Pierce ................................NC State C Jason Varitek..................... Georgia Tech P Matt Donahue ..........................NC State P Todd Ruyak .................................Virginia DH Scott Olson ..............................Maryland UT Kevin Stock .................................Virginia Clemson (7), Duke (2), Georgia Tech (3), Maryland (2), North Carolina (1), NC State (4), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (4).

1992

First Team 1B Chris Smoot .............................Maryland 2B Quinton McCracken ....................... Duke 3B Chris Kowilcik..................... Wake Forest SS Sean Drinkwater ......................NC State OF Derek Hacopian .......................Maryland OF Kevin Northrup ......................... Clemson OF Jake Austin......................... Wake Forest C Jason Varitek..................... Georgia Tech P Matt Donahue ..........................NC State P Jamie Wolkosky .......................NC State DH Vinnie Hughes ..........................NC State UT Chris Roberts ..................... Florida State Second Team 1B Michael Wolff..................... Georgia Tech 2B Carlton Fleming................. Georgia Tech 3B Paul Borawski ..........................NC State SS Ted Corbin................................ Clemson OF Keith Williams .......................... Clemson OF Pat Clougherty .........................NC State OF Ty Mueller .......................... Florida State C Greg Almond ............................NC State P Roger Bailey ...................... Florida State P Tim Davis ........................... Florida State DH Brian Alyea ........................ Georgia Tech UT Ryan Jackson ................................ Duke Clemson (3), Duke (2), Florida State (4), Georgia Tech (4), Maryland (2), NC State (7), Wake Forest (2).

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Clemson (3), Duke (2), Florida State (2), Georgia Tech (6), North Carolina (4), NC State (4), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (2).

1994

First Team 1B Scott Pinoni .................................... Duke 2B Mickey Lopez ..................... Florida State 3B Mike Hampton .......................... Clemson SS Nomar Garciaparra ........... Georgia Tech OF Shane Monahan....................... Clemson OF Brian Buchanan ..........................Virginia OF Jay Payton ........................ Georgia Tech C Jason Varitek..................... Georgia Tech P Paul Wilson ........................ Florida State P Thad Chrismon ............... North Carolina DH Cookie Massey ............... North Carolina UT Ryan Jackson ................................ Duke Second Team 1B Doug Mientkiewicz ............. Florida State 2B Tom Sergio ...............................NC State 3B Sean McNally ................................. Duke SS Link Jarrett ......................... Florida State OF Pat Clougherty .........................NC State OF Larry Edens..............................NC State OF Mark Wells ...............................NC State C Manny DaSilva ................ North Carolina C Mike Martin ........................ Florida State P Jonathan Johnson.............. Florida State P Scott Winchester ...................... Clemson DH Bret Wagner ....................... Wake Forest UT Bret Wagner ....................... Wake Forest Clemson (3), Duke (3), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (3), North Carolina (3), NC State (4), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (2).

1995

1996

First Team 1B Michael Stoner ................ North Carolina 2B Scott Zech .......................... Florida State 3B Michael Sorrow ................. Georgia Tech SS Brooks Badeaux................. Florida State OF J.D. Drew ........................... Florida State OF Jeremy Morris .................... Florida State OF Mark Fischer ..................... Georgia Tech C Matthew LeCroy ....................... Clemson P Kris Benson.............................. Clemson P David Darwin.................................. Duke DH Mandy Jacomino ......................NC State UT Mike King ....................................... Duke Second Team 1B Scott Byers........................ Georgia Tech 2B Adam Leggett.................... Georgia Tech 3B Paul Galloway .......................... Clemson SS Adam Robinson ..........................Virginia OF J.J. Thomas....................... Georgia Tech OF Gary Burnham.......................... Clemson OF Jake Weber ..............................NC State C Tucker Barr ....................... Georgia Tech P Chuck Howell ..................... Florida State P Corey Richardson ........... North Carolina DH Dave Lardieri...................... Wake Forest UT John Marciano .........................Maryland Clemson (4), Duke (2), Florida State (5), Georgia Tech (6), Maryland (1), North Carolina (2), NC State (2), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (1).

1997

First Team 1B J.J. Thomas....................... Georgia Tech 2B Tom Sergio ...............................NC State 3B Jeff Becker ..................................... Duke SS Brian Roberts .................. North Carolina OF J.D. Drew ........................... Florida State OF Jeremy Morris .................... Florida State OF Jake Weber ..............................NC State C Matthew LeCroy ....................... Clemson P Randy Choate .................... Florida State P Ryan Mottl ................................ Clemson P Kris Wilson ........................ Georgia Tech P Clay Eason...............................NC State DH Dave Lardieri...................... Wake Forest UT Vaughn Schill ................................. Duke Second Team 1B Jason Embler ........................... Clemson 2B Scott Zech .......................... Florida State 3B Geoff Sprague .................... Florida State SS Adam Robinson ..........................Virginia OF Gary Burnham.......................... Clemson OF Chris Combs ............................NC State OF Mark Fischer ..................... Georgia Tech C Brad Piercy ..............................NC State P Mike Bynum .................... North Carolina P David Elder ....................... Georgia Tech P Mike MacDougal ................ Wake Forest P Zach Diaz ........................... Florida State DH Scott Lawler .............................NC State UT Rodney Nye .................... North Carolina Clemson (4), Duke (2), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (4), North Carolina (3), NC State (6), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (2).

1998

1999

First Team 1B Jon Palmieri ....................... Wake Forest 2B Marshall McDougall ........... Florida State 3B Mark Teixeria ..................... Georgia Tech SS Vaughn Schill ................................. Duke OF Matt Diaz ............................ Florida State OF Patrick Boyd ............................. Clemson OF Terell Godwin .................. North Carolina C Dan Moylan ..................... North Carolina P Chris Chavez ..................... Florida State P Mike MacDougal ................ Wake Forest P Nick Stocks ........................ Florida State P Chuck Crowder ................. Georgia Tech DH Danny Borrell ..................... Wake Forest UT Matt Postell ..............................NC State Second Team 1B Jason Harris ............................. Clemson 2B Brian Ward ...............................NC State 3B Kevin Cash......................... Florida State SS Casey Trout..............................Maryland OF Jarrett Shearin ................ North Carolina OF Jason Basil........................ Georgia Tech OF Scott Daeley....................... Wake Forest C Eric McQueen ................... Georgia Tech P Stephen Cowie............................... Duke P Jon McDonald .................... Florida State P Mike Pardis .............................. Clemson P Derrick DePriest .............. North Carolina DH Chris LaMarsh................. North Carolina UT Jon Benick ..................................Virginia Clemson (3), Duke (2), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (4), Maryland (1), North Carolina (5), NC State (2), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (4).

2000

First Team 1B Jon Benick ..................................Virginia 2B Richard Lewis ................... Georgia Tech 3B Mark Teixeira ..................... Georgia Tech SS Chase Voshell .................... Wake Forest OF Jason Basil........................ Georgia Tech OF Chris Smith ........................ Florida State OF Brian Wright .............................NC State C Bryan Prince ..................... Georgia Tech UT Marshall McDougall ........... Florida State DH John-Ford Griffin ................ Florida State SP Scott Siemon...................... Wake Forest SP Cory Vance........................ Georgia Tech SP Mike Ziegler ....................... Florida State RP Derrick DePriest .............. North Carolina Second Team 1B Ryan Barthelemy ............... Florida State 2B Robbie Marvin .............................Virginia 3B Khalil Greene ........................... Clemson SS Tim LaVigne ................................Virginia OF Adam Greenberg ............ North Carolina OF Cory Sullivan ...................... Wake Forest OF Tyrell Godwin .................. North Carolina C Dan Conway ...................... Wake Forest UT Ryan Earey ..................... North Carolina DH Craig Munroe ...........................Maryland SP Jarrod Schmidt ......................... Clemson SP Eric Schmitt ........................ Wake Forest SP Ryan Snare ..................... North Carolina RP Nick Glaser .............................. Clemson Clemson (3), Florida State (5), Georgia Tech (5), Maryland (1), North Carolina (5), NC State (1), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (5).

First Team 1B David Miller .............................. Clemson 2B Tom Sergio ...............................NC State 3B Brandon Hensley .............. Georgia Tech SS Mark Melito ........................ Wake Forest OF Shane Monahan....................... Clemson OF Ryan Ritter ........................ Georgia Tech OF Tony Ellison ..............................NC State C Tucker Barr ....................... Georgia Tech P Jonathan Johnson.............. Florida State P Jason Dawsey.......................... Clemson R Scott Winchester ...................... Clemson DH Dave Lardieri...................... Wake Forest UT Matt Saier.......................... Georgia Tech

First Team 1B Jon Palmieri ....................... Wake Forest 2B Kurt Bultmann .......................... Clemson 3B Jeff Becker ..................................... Duke SS Brian Roberts .................. North Carolina OF Jake Weber ..............................NC State OF Matt Padgett............................. Clemson OF Brian Cox ........................... Florida State OF Jarrett Shearin ................ North Carolina C Jeremy Salazar .................. Florida State P John Hendricks .................. Wake Forest P Stephen Cowie............................... Duke P Chuck Crowder ................. Georgia Tech P Scott Clackum .......................... Clemson DH Ed Conrey ...................................... Duke UT Vaughn Schill ................................. Duke

First Team 1B Ryan Barthelemy ............... Florida State 2B Russ Adams .................... North Carolina 3B Jeff Baker ................................. Clemson SS Khalil Greene ........................... Clemson C Bryan Prince ..................... Georgia Tech OF John-Ford Griffin ................ Florida State OF Cory Sullivan ...................... Wake Forest OF Brian Wright .............................NC State DH Jarrod Schmidt ......................... Clemson UT Dan Street ...................................Virginia SP Brandon Creswell........................Virginia SP Steve Reba .............................. Clemson SP Blair Varnes ........................ Florida State RP Dave Bush ......................... Wake Forest

Second Team 1B Doug Mientkiewicz ............. Florida State 2B Mickey Lopez ..................... Florida State 3B Paul Galloway .......................... Clemson OF Randy Hodges ................... Florida State OF Luis Duarte..................................... Duke OF Jake Weber ..............................NC State C Kyle Wagner....................... Wake Forest C Rob Lasater .............................NC State P David Yocum ...................... Florida State P Phil Olson........................... Florida State P Thad Chrismon ............... North Carolina DH J.J. Thomas....................... Georgia Tech UT Justin Counts ..............................Virginia

Second Team 1B Jason Harris ............................. Clemson 2B Brian Ward ...............................NC State 3B Heath Honeycutt ............... Georgia Tech SS Jay Hood ........................... Georgia Tech OF Patrick Boyd ............................. Clemson OF Michael Fletcher............................. Duke OF Matt Diaz ............................ Florida State C Brad Piercy ..............................NC State P Ryan Mottl ................................ Clemson P Jon McDonald .................... Florida State P L.J. Yankosky .................... Georgia Tech P Jase Wrigley...................... Georgia Tech DH Chris LaMarsh................. North Carolina UT Scott Prather ..................... Georgia Tech

Second Team 1B Jamie D’Antona.................. Wake Forest 2B Ryan Riley................................ Clemson 3B Corey Slavik ....................... Wake Forest SS Richard Lewis ................... Georgia Tech C Jason Aquilante.................. Wake Forest OF Jason Basil........................ Georgia Tech OF Karl Jernigan ...................... Florida State OF Casey Stone ............................ Clemson DH Carlos Brackley .................. Wake Forest UT Jason Howell................... North Carolina SP Steve Kelly ........................ Georgia Tech SP Matt Lynch.......................... Florida State SP Cory Sullivan ...................... Wake Forest RP Justin Lord ......................... Florida State

Clemson (5), Duke (1), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (5), North Carolina (1), NC State (4), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (3).

Clemson (6), Duke (5), Florida State (4), Georgia Tech (6), North Carolina (3), NC State (3), Wake Forest (2).

Clemson (6), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (4), North Carolina (2), NC State (1), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (7).

2001


All-ACC Year by Year

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First Team 1B Michael Johnson ...................... Clemson 2B Eric Patterson ................... Georgia Tech 3B Ryan Barthelemy ............... Florida State SS Khalil Greene ........................... Clemson C Tony Richie ........................ Florida State OF Adam Bourassa ................. Wake Forest OF Adam Greenberg ............ North Carolina OF Brian Wright .............................NC State DH Ryan Johnson .................... Wake Forest UT Chris Maples ................... North Carolina SP Matt Lynch.......................... Florida State SP Steve Reba .............................. Clemson SP Kyle Sleeth ......................... Wake Forest RP Dave Bush ......................... Wake Forest

First Team C Chris Iannetta ................ North Carolina 1B Kevin Hart ...............................Maryland 2B Eric Patterson .................. Georgia Tech 3B Ryan Zimmerman ......................Virginia SS Stephen Drew ................... Florida State OF Brandon Boggs ................ Georgia Tech OF Marshall Hubbard .......... North Carolina OF Eddy Martinez-Esteve....... Florida State SP Daniel Bard .................... North Carolina SP Mike Rogers............................NC State SP Vern Sterry ..............................NC State RP Joey Devine ............................NC State DH/UT Anthony Buffone .....................Maryland DH/UT Kris Harvey ............................. Clemson DH/UT Joe Koshansky ..........................Virginia DH/UT Tim Layden ................................... Duke DH/UT Micah Owings .................. Georgia Tech

First Team C Eddy Rodriguez ...........................Miami 1B Andy D’Alessio........................ Clemson 2B Ramon Corona .......................NC State 3B Matt Antonelli .................... Wake Forest SS Josh Horton ................... North Carolina OF Matt Camp ..............................NC State OF Jay Cox .......................... North Carolina OF Jon Jay ........................................Miami OF Danny Payne ................... Georgia Tech OF Shane Robinson ............... Florida State DH/UT Tom Hagan ................................Virginia SP Josh Cribb............................... Clemson SP Sean Doolittle ............................Virginia SP Bryan Henry ...................... Florida State SP Andrew Miller ................. North Carolina RP Ben Hunter........................ Wake Forest

First Team C Buster Posey .................... Florida State 1B Yonder Alonso ..............................Miami 2B Jemile Weeks...............................Miami 3B Mark Sobolewski..........................Miami SS Ryan Jackson ..............................Miami SS Greg Miclat ................................Virginia DN/UT Kyle Parker ............................. Clemson OF Tim Fedroff..................... North Carolina OF Jack Rye ........................... Florida State OF Blake Tekotte ...............................Miami SP Chris Hernandez ..........................Miami SP D.J. Mitchell ............................ Clemson SP Clayton Shunick ......................NC State SP Elih Villanueva .................. Florida State SP Alex White...................... North Carolina RP Jimmy Gillheeney ...................NC State

Second Team C Caleb Mangum .......................NC State C Matt Wieters..................... Georgia Tech 1B Aaron Bates ............................NC State 1B Allan Dykstra..................... Wake Forest 2B Jemile Weeks...............................Miami 3B Wes Hodges .................... Georgia Tech SS Jonathan Diaz .........................NC State OF Tyler Colvin ............................. Clemson OF Jeff Kindel ........................ Georgia Tech OF Brandon Marsh ..........................Virginia DH/UT Jon Still ...................................NC State SP Jason Berken .......................... Clemson SP Tyler Chambliss ................ Florida State SP Jacob Thompson .......................Virginia SP Robert Woodard............. North Carolina RP Chris Perez ..................................Miami

Second Team C Tim Federowicz.............. North Carolina 1B Dustin Ackley ................. North Carolina 2B Kyle Seager ................... North Carolina 3B Brad Feltes ...................... Georgia Tech SS Tony Delmonico ................ Florida State SS Derek Dietrich .................. Georgia Tech DH/UT Alex Hassan.................................. Duke OF Charlie Blackmon............. Georgia Tech OF Marcus Jones .........................NC State OF Matt Payne..............................NC State SP David Duncan .................. Georgia Tech SP Eric Erickson ................................Miami SP Matt Fairel ......................... Florida State SP Pat McAnaney ...........................Virginia RP Carlos Gutierrez...........................Miami RP Rob Wooten ................... North Carolina

Second Team 1B Jerrod Brown...................... Florida State 2B Nick Blue ............................ Wake Forest 3B Jeff Baker ................................. Clemson SS Stephen Drew .................... Florida State C Tyler Parker....................... Georgia Tech OF Tony McQuade ................... Florida State OF Matt Murton ....................... Georgia Tech OF Nick Rogers ....................... Florida State DH Dan Street ...................................Virginia UT Russell Triplett ......................... Clemson SP Kyle Bakker ....................... Georgia Tech SP Matt Henrie .............................. Clemson SP Jeff Kamrath ................................Virginia RP Jeff Watchko ..................... Georgia Tech Clemson (6), Florida State (7), Georgia Tech (5), North Carolina (2), NC

Second Team C Lou Santangelo....................... Clemson 1B David Hicks .............................NC State 1B Ryne Malone..................... Florida State 2B Greg Mangum ................ North Carolina 2B Bryan Zech ....................... Florida State 3B Brad McCann .......................... Clemson SS Ben Ingold......................... Wake Forest SS Mark Reynolds ...........................Virginia OF Steven Blackwood ........... Georgia Tech OF Clifton Remole ................. Georgia Tech OF Javi Socorro .................................. Duke SP Andrew Dobies ..........................Virginia SP Andrew Kown................... Georgia Tech SP Andrew Miller ................. North Carolina RP Patrick Hogan ......................... Clemson RP Rhett James...................... Florida State

State (1), Virginia (2), Wake Forest (5).

2003 First Team 1B Michael Johnson ...................... Clemson 2B Eric Patterson ................... Georgia Tech 3B Jamie D’Antona.................. Wake Forest SS Stephen Drew .................... Florida State C Colt Morton ..............................NC State OF Adam Bourassa ................. Wake Forest OF Jeremy Cleveland ........... North Carolina OF Tony McQuade ................... Florida State UT Joe Koshansky............................Virginia UT Micah Owings ................... Georgia Tech P Joey Devine .............................NC State P Trent Peterson ................... Florida State P Kyle Sleeth ......................... Wake Forest P Vern Sterry ...............................NC State Second Team 1B Jerrod Brown...................... Florida State 2B David Slevin ............................. Clemson 3B Brad McCann ........................... Clemson SS Russell Triplett ......................... Clemson C Tony Richie ........................ Florida State OF Sean Farrell .................... North Carolina OF Joe Gaetti.................................NC State OF Ryan Johnson .................... Wake Forest OF Matt Murton ....................... Georgia Tech UT Ryan Blake...................... North Carolina UT Chad Prosser .................. North Carolina P Kyle Bakker ....................... Georgia Tech P Daniel Davidson ................. Florida State P Daniel Hodges ................... Florida State P Matt Lynch.......................... Florida State P Mike Rogers .............................NC State P Steve Schmoll ..........................Maryland

Clemson (4), Duke (2), Florida State (5), Georgia Tech (6), Maryland (2),

Clemson (2), Duke (1), Florida State (5), Georgia Tech (4), Miami (8),

(4), NC State (6), Virginia (4), Wake Forest (3).

North Carolina (6), NC State (4), Virginia (2).

North Carolina (5), NC State (4), Virginia (4), Wake Forest (1).

2005 First Team C Jake Muyco.............................NC State 1B Aaron Bates ............................NC State 2B Taylor Harbin........................... Clemson 3B Ryan Braun ..................................Miami 3B Wes Hodges .................... Georgia Tech SS Tyler Greene .................... Georgia Tech OF Steven Blackwood ........... Georgia Tech OF Jon Jay ........................................Miami OF Shane Robinson ............... Florida State DH/UT Kris Harvey ............................. Clemson DH/UT Matt Wieters..................... Georgia Tech SP Cesar Carrillo ...............................Miami SP Bryan Henry ...................... Florida State SP Jeff Kamrath...............................Virginia SP Robert Woodard............. North Carolina RP Joey Devine ............................NC State Second Team C Aaron Cheesman .............. Florida State C J.B. Tucker ........................ Wake Forest 1B Chad Flack..................... North Carolina 1B Ryne Malone..................... Florida State 2B Ramon Corona .......................NC State 2B Mike Trapani .................... Georgia Tech 3B Ryan Zimmerman ......................Virginia SS Josh Horton ................... North Carolina OF Paco Figueroa .............................Miami OF Jeff Kindel ........................ Georgia Tech OF Jeremy Slayden ............... Georgia Tech DH/UT Sean Doolittle ............................Virginia SP Stephen Faris ......................... Clemson SP Andrew Miller ................. North Carolina SP Blake Wood...................... Georgia Tech RP Tyler Chambliss ................ Florida State RP Kevin Lynch ...................... Florida State

Clemson (4), Florida State (8), Georgia Tech (4), Maryland (1), North Carolina (4), NC State (5), Virginia (1), Wake Forest (4).

Clemson (4), Florida State (3), Georgia Tech (4), Miami (4), North Carolina

2007 First Team C Buster Posey .................... Florida State C Matt Wieters..................... Georgia Tech 1B Dustin Ackley ................. North Carolina 2B Tony Thomas, Jr................ Florida State 3B Marquez Smith........................ Clemson 3B Jason Stidham .................. Florida State SS Mark Hallberg ................... Florida State SS Josh Horton ................... North Carolina OF Brandon Guyer ..........................Virginia OF Danny Payne ................... Georgia Tech OF Jack Rye ........................... Florida State DH/UT Sean Doolittle ............................Virginia SP Eric Erickson ................................Miami SP Bryan Henry ...................... Florida State SP Jacob Thompson .......................Virginia RP Andrew Carignan ........... North Carolina Second Team C Caleb Mangum .......................NC State 1B Yonder Alonso ..............................Miami 1B Allan Dykstra..................... Wake Forest 2B David Adams..............................Virginia 3B Eric Campbell ............... Boston College SS Taylor Harbin........................... Clemson OF Brad Chalk .............................. Clemson OF Tim Fedroff..................... North Carolina OF Reid Fronk ..................... North Carolina OF Mark Gildea ...................... Florida State DH/UT Tim Federowicz.............. North Carolina SP Tony Bajoczky ............................... Duke SP Daniel Moskos ........................ Clemson SP Eric Surkamp ..........................NC State SP Robert Woodard............. North Carolina RF Casey Lambert ..........................Virginia Boston College (1), Clemson (4), Duke (1), Florida State (7), Georgia Tech (2), Miami (2), North Carolina (7), NC State (2), Virginia (5),

Clemson (3), Florida State (6), Georgia Tech (8), Miami (4), North Carolina (4), NC State (4), Virginia (3), Wake Forest (1).

Wake Forest (1).

2009 First Team C Tony Sanchez ............... Boston College 1B Dustin Ackley ................. North Carolina 2B Phil Gosselin ..............................Virginia 3B Kyle Seager ................... North Carolina SS Tyler Cannon .............................Virginia OF Jeff Schaus ............................. Clemson OF Tyler Holt.......................... Florida State OF Luke Murton ..................... Georgia Tech OF Jeff Rowland .................... Georgia Tech OF Dan Grovatt ...............................Virginia OF Jarrett Parker .............................Virginia UT Danny Hultzen ...........................Virginia SP Andrew Wolcott ............................. Duke SP Deck McGuire .................. Georgia Tech SP Alex White...................... North Carolina SP Sean Gilmartin .................. Florida State RP Kyle Bellamy ................................Miami Second Team C Yasmani Grandal .........................Miami 1B Nate Freiman ................................ Duke 1B Tony Plagman .................. Georgia Tech 2B Jason Stidham .................. Florida State 2B Scott Lawson ...............................Miami 3B Mickey Wiswall ............. Boston College SS Derek Dietrich .................. Georgia Tech SS Stephen Cardullo .............. Florida State OF Steve Domecus ................ Virginia Tech OF Robbie Anston .............. Boston College OF Jeremy Gould ............................... Duke OF Mike McGee...................... Florida State UT Mike Belifiore ................ Boston College SP Adam Warren ................. North Carolina SP CHris Hernandez .........................Miami SP Jimmy Gillheeney ...................NC State RP Brian Moran ................... North Carolina Boston College (4), Clemson (1), Duke (3), Florida State (5), Georgia Tech (5), Miami (4), North Carolina (5), NC State (1), Virginia (5), Virginia Tech (1)


First-Team All-ACC Selections

:: Boston College (1)

Tony Sanchez, C .......................................2009

Clemson (124)

Wymand Morris, 3B ...................................1954 Roy Coker, UT ...........................................1954 Doug Kingsmore, OF .................................1954 Billy O’Dell, P .............................................1954 Harold Stowe, P.........................................1958 Doug Hoffman, OF ....................................1959 Ty Cline, OF...............................................1960 Bailey Hendley, UT ....................................1960 Dave Lynn, C .............................................1960 Joey Taylor, OF..........................................1962 Gene Harbeson, C.....................................1962 Elmo Lam, SS............................................1962 Johnny Jones, OF ...............................1962, 63 Peter Ayoub, 2B.........................................1963 Mike Bohonak, OF .....................................1963 Dave Ellison, 3B ........................................1963 Ben Marsella, 3B .......................................1964 Tommy Chapman, P ..................................1965 Lawton Cowart, 3B ..............................1965, 66 Jack McCall, SS ..................................1965, 66 George Sutton, OF ....................................1966 Rusty Adkins, OF ...........................1965, 66, 67 Gary Helms, SS .........................................1967 John Severs, OF........................................1971 Rusty Gerhardt, P ..........................1970, 71, 72 Craig White, OF ...................................1971, 73 Calvin Weeks, OF......................................1972 Lindsay Graham, P ....................................1973 Richard Hayes, 2B.....................................1973 Lin Hamilton, C ....................................1973, 74 Smiley Sanders, OF ............................1973, 74 Mike Pulaski, OF .......................................1974 Steve Cline, P ............................................1974 Denny Walling, OF.................................... 1975 Kurt Seibert, SS ...................................1975, 76 Bill Wingo, 2B ......................................1975, 77 Chuck Porter, P .........................................1976 Steve Tucker, OF .......................................1976 David Caldwell, OF ............................. 1976, 77 Bill Foley, C..........................................1976, 77 Robert Bonnette, SS............................1977, 78 Ron Musselman, P ....................................1977 Neil Simons, OF ......................1977, 78, 79, 80 Robbie Allen, SS........................................1979 Tony Masone, OF ..................................... 1979 Tim Teufel, 2B ............................................1980 Mike Brown, P ...........................................1980 Mike Mahoney, OF ....................................1981 Jeff Gilvert, P .............................................1982 Jimmy Key, P/DH.......................................1982 Bob Paulling, 1B ........................................1983 Brooks Shumate, OF .................................1984 Jim McCollum, DH .....................................1984 1B .........................................................1985 Chuck Baldwin, 1B ....................................1986 Randy Mazey, OF ............................... 1986, 87 Steve Baucom, 3B .....................................1987 Bill Spiers, SS ............................................1987 Bert Heffernan, C.................................1987, 88 Rusty Charpia, SS .....................................1988 Brian Barnes, SP .................................1988, 89 Henry Threadgill, 2B ..................................1989 Brian Kowitz, OF........................................1990 Jason Angel, P...........................................1991 Jim Crowley, 2B .........................................1991 Eric Macrina, 1B ........................................1991 Todd Stefan, SS.........................................1991 Billy McMillon, OF ................................1991, 93 Kevin Northrup, OF....................................1992 Keith Williams, OF .....................................1993 Mike Hampton, 3B .....................................1994 Shane Monahan, OF ...........................1994, 95

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David Miller, 1B..........................................1995 Jason Dawsey, P .......................................1995 Scott Winchester, P ...................................1995 Kris Benson, P ...........................................1996 Matt LeCroy, C.....................................1996, 97 Ryan Mottl, P .............................................1997 Kurt Bultmann, 2B .....................................1998 Matt Padgett, OF .......................................1998 Scott Clackum, RP ....................................1998 Patrick Boyd, OF .......................................1999 Jeff Baker, 3B ............................................2001 Jarrod Schmidt, DH ...................................2001 Khalil Greene, SS ................................2001, 02 Steve Reba, SP ...................................2001, 02 Michael Johnson, 1B ...........................2002, 03 Kris Harvey, DH/UT .............................2004, 05 Taylor Harbin, 2B .......................................2005 Josh Cribb, SP...........................................2006 Andy D’Alessio, 1B ....................................2006 Marquez Smith, 3B ....................................2007 D.J. Mitchell, SP ........................................2008 Kyle Parker, UT-DH ...................................2008 Jeff Schaus, OF .........................................2009

Chris Smith, OF .........................................2000 Mike Ziegler, SP ........................................2000 John-Ford Griffin, DH ..........................2000, 01 Blair Varnes, P ...........................................2001 Ryan Barthelemy, 1B .................................2001 3B .........................................................2002 Tony Ritchie, C ..........................................2002 Matt Lynch, P .............................................2002 Stephen Drew, SS ...............................2003, 04 Tony McQuade, OF ...................................2003 Trent Peterson, P.......................................2003 Eddy Martinez-Esteve, OF ........................2004 Bryan Henry, SP ............................2005, 06, 07 Shane Robinson, OF ...........................2005, 06 Mark Hallberg, SS .....................................2007 Buster Posey, C ...................................2007, 08 Jack Rye, OF .......................................2007, 08 Jason Stidham, 3B ....................................2007 Tony Thomas, Jr., 2B .................................2007 Elih Villanueva, SP ....................................2008 Tyler Holt, OF ............................................2009 Sean Gilmartin, SP ....................................2009

Duke (42)

Gary Newsom, 2B .....................................1982 Rick Lockwood, 3B ..............................1982, 83 Scott Jordan, OF .................................1984, 85 Walt McConnell, 3B ...................................1985 Riccardo Ingram, OF .................................1987 Ty Griffin, 2B ........................................1987, 88 K.G. White, OF ....................................1987, 88 Jim Poole, RP ......................................1987, 88 Andy Bruce, 3B..............................1989, 90, 91 Anthony Maisano, DH..........................1989, 90 Mike Hostetler, P .......................................1990 Darren Bragg, OF ................................1990, 91 Jason Varitek, C ............................1992, 93, 94 Brad Rigby, P.............................................1993 Brett Binkley, RP........................................1993 Nomar Garciaparra, SS .......................1993, 94 Jay Payton, OF ..........................................1994 Matt Saier, UT............................................1995 Tucker Barr, C............................................1995 Brandon Hensley, 3B .................................1995 Ryan Ritter, OF ..........................................1995 Mark Fischer, OF .......................................1996 Michael Sorrow, 3B....................................1996 J.J. Thomas, 1B.........................................1997 Kris Wilson, P ............................................1997 Chuck Crowder, P................................1998, 99 Mark Teixeira, 3B .............................1999, 2000 Richard Lewis, 2B......................................2000 Jason Basil, OF .........................................2000 Cory Vance, SP .........................................2000 Bryan Prince, C ...................................2000, 01 Eric Patterson, 2B..........................2002, 03, 04 Micah Owings, UT ...............................2003, 04 Brandon Boggs, OF ...................................2004 Wes Hodges, 3B........................................2005 Tyler Greene, SS .......................................2005 Steven Blackwood, OF ..............................2005 Matt Wieters, DH/UT .................................2005 C ...........................................................2007 Danny Payne, OF ................................2006, 07 Luke Murton, OF........................................2009 Jeff Rowland, OF .......................................2009 Deck McGuire, SP .....................................2009

Al Spangler, OF .........................................1954 Harleigh Fatzinger, P .................................1955 Andy Cockrell, 3B ..........................1955, 56, 57 W.D. Fesperman, 2B .................................1956 Pete Maynard, OF .....................................1957 Dave Sime, OF ..........................................1957 Dick Smallwood, P.....................................1957 Lon Bonczek, SS .......................................1957 UT.........................................................1958 Butch Allie, UT ...........................................1960 Don Altman, P............................................1960 Lynn Fader, SS ..........................................1961 3B .........................................................1962 Stan Crisson, P..........................................1963 Dave Uible, 1B...........................................1963 Biff Bracy, OF ......................................1963, 64 Bo Bochow, SS ..........................................1972 John Poff, OF ............................................1973 Larry Doby, 2B ...........................................1978 Bobby Brower, OF .....................................1981 Todd Lamb, P ............................................1981 Tom Decker, C ...........................................1982 David Norman, DH ....................................1991 Quinton McCracken, 2B ............................1992 Scott Pinoni, 1B ...................................1993, 94 Ryan Jackson, UT ...............................1993, 94 David Darwin, RP ......................................1996 Mike King, UT ............................................1996 Jeff Becker, 3B ....................................1997, 98 Ed Conrey, DH...........................................1998 Stephen Cowie, P ......................................1998 Vaughn Schill, UT ..........................1997, 98, 99 Tim Layden, UT .........................................2004 Andrew Wolcott, SP...................................2009

Florida State (47)

Chris Roberts, UT ......................................1992 Paul Wilson, P ...........................................1994 Mickey Lopez, 2B ......................................1994 Jonathan Johnson, P .................................1995 Brooks Badeaux, SS .................................1996 Scott Zech, 2B ...........................................1996 J.D. Drew, OF ......................................1996, 97 Jeremy Morris, OF ...............................1996, 97 Randy Choates, P .....................................1997 Jeremy Salazar, C .....................................1998 Brian Cox, OF ............................................1998 Marshall McDougall, 2B.............................1999 UT.........................................................2000 Matt Diaz, OF ............................................1999 Chris Chavez, P.........................................1999 Nick Stocks, P ...........................................1999

Georgia Tech (62)

Maryland (49)

Ernie Berliner, 1B.......................................1954 Chester Hanulak, OF .................................1954 Connie Hemphill, P ....................................1954 Russell Duffy, P .........................................1955 Bill Walker, OF ...........................................1955 Andy McDonald, 3B ...................................1958 Dick Reitz, P ..............................................1959 Dan Santo, 3B ...........................................1959

Pat Clarke, UT ...........................................1959 Frank Cooper, SS ................................1959, 60 Don Brown, 1B ....................................1960, 61 Tom Brown, OF....................................1961, 62 Phil Rogers, C ...........................................1961 Grayson Harmeyer, OF .............................1963 Jim Pitt, OF ................................................1964 Jerry Bark, P ..............................................1965 Don Kerns, OF...........................................1966 John Hetrick, OF........................................1967 Tom Bradley, P ....................................1967, 68 Jim Norris, OF ...............................1968, 69, 70 Phil Corddry, P...........................................1969 Gene Hiser, OF....................................1969, 70 Dave Sauve, 2B...................................1970, 71 Harry Martell, OF .......................................1971 Mike Baier, 2B ...........................................1972 Bob Grossman, P ......................................1972 Kevin Hicks, OF .........................................1975 Bob Ferris, P........................................1975, 76 Frank Thomas, 2B .....................................1976 Darrell Carradini, DH .................................1976 Bob Niffenegger, DH..................................1977 Neal Herrick, OF ........................................1980 Tim Gordon, 3B .........................................1981 Jeff Schaefer, 2B .......................................1981 Paul Echols, P ...........................................1983 Scott Petterson, DH ...................................1987 Derek Hacopian, OF ..................................1992 Chris Smoot, 1B ........................................1992 Kevin Hart, 1B ...........................................2004 Anthony Buffone, UT .................................2004

Miami (13)

Ryan Braun, 3B .........................................2005 Jon Jay, OF .........................................2005, 06 Cesar Carrillo, SP ......................................2005 Eddy Rodriguez, C ....................................2006 Erick Erickson, SP .....................................2007 Yonder Alonso, 1B .....................................2008 Jemile Weeks, 2B ......................................2008 Ryan Jackson, SS, ...................................2008 Mark Sobolewski, OF ................................2008 Blake Tekotte, OF ......................................2008 Chris Hernandez, SP .................................2008 Kyle Bellamy, RP .......................................2009

North Carolina (99)

Connie Gravitte, OF.............................1954, 55 Harry Lloyd, UT .........................................1955 Dick Hudson, UT .......................................1957 Jim Raugh, P .............................................1957 Carson Oldham, 2B ...................................1958 Gerald Griffin, OF ................................1958, 60 Wayne Young, P ..................................1958, 60 John Burgwyn, OF .....................................1960 Ferg Norton, 3B ...................................1960, 61 Jim Mooring, OF ........................................1961 Paul Swing, 2B ..........................................1962 Jim Speight, SS .........................................1964 Bill Haywood, P .........................................1964 Ken Willard, OF .........................................1964 Dick Prindle, 2B .........................................1965 Danny Talbott, 1B ................................1965, 66 Danny Walker, P ........................................1966 Charlie Carr, OF ............................1966, 67, 68 Garry Hill, P ...............................................1967 Dave Lemonds, P ......................................1968 Skip Hull, C ..........................................1968, 69 Tom Buskey, P ...........................................1969 Eddie Hill, 1B .......................................1969, 70 Mike Roberts, C .............................1970, 71, 72 Mike Merritt, P .....................................1973, 74 Bobby Guthrie, 2B .....................................1974 Dale Lydecker, OF .....................................1974 Chris Knepp, C ..........................................1975


First-Team All-ACC Selections Steve Rackley, OF .....................................1976 Randy Warrick, 3B .....................................1977 Greg Norris, P............................................1978 Jim Atkinson, 3B ..................................1978, 79 Roy Clark, 2B ............................................1979 Lloyd Brewer, DH.......................................1980 Dwight Lowry, C.........................................1980 Scott Bradley, 3B .................................1980, 81 Joe Reto, DH .............................................1981 Pete Kumiega, 1B......................................1982 Drex Roberts, DH ......................................1983 Scott Bankhead, P ...............................1983, 84 B.J. Surhoff, C ...............................1983, 84, 85 Jeff Hubbard, 3B........................................1984 Todd Wilkinson, OF ...................................1984 Walt Weiss, SS ....................................1984, 85 Roger Williams, P ......................................1985 Scott Johnson, OF ...............................1985, 86 Jesse Levis, C ...........................................1989 Steve Estroff, 1B........................................1990 Ron Maurer, SS .........................................1990 Paul Shuey, P ............................................1990 Brad Woodall, UT ......................................1991 Cookie Massey, DH .............................1993, 94 Thad Chrismon, RP ...................................1994 Michael Stoner, 1B ....................................1996 Brian Roberts, SS ................................1997, 98 Jarrett Shearin, OF ....................................1998 Tyrell Godwin, OF ......................................1999 Dan Moylan, C ...........................................1999 Derrick DePriest, RP .................................2000 Russ Adams, 2B ........................................2001 Adam Greenberg, OF ................................2002 Chris Maples, UT .......................................2002 Jeremy Cleveland, OF ...............................2003 Chris Iannetta, C........................................2004 Marshall Hubbard, OF ...............................2004 Daniel Bard, P ...........................................2004 Robert Woodard, SP..................................2005 Jay Cox, OF...............................................2006 Josh Horton, SS ..................................2006, 07 Andrew Miller, SP ......................................2006 Dustin Ackley, 1B .................................2007, 09 Andrew Carignan, RP ................................2007 Tim Fedroff, OF .........................................2008 Alex White, SP.....................................2008, 09 Kyle Seager, 3B .........................................2009

Mike Dempsey, P.......................................1975 Dick Chappell, OF .....................................1977 John Skinner, P .........................................1977 Roy Dixon, OF ...........................................1978 Rich Spanton, P.........................................1978 Chuckie Canady, DH .....................1979, 80, 81 Joe Plesac, P.......................................1980, 81 Ken Sears, OF ...........................................1982 Chris Baird, OF ..........................................1983 Tracy Woodson, 1B ...................................1984 Mike Pesavento, P.....................................1984 Doug Strange, 2B ................................1984, 85 Mickey Billmeyer, DH.................................1985 Greg Briley, 2B ..........................................1986 Andrew Fava, OF ......................................1986 Jim McNamara, C ......................................1986 Jeff Hartsock, SP .................................1986, 87 Turtle Zaun, DH .........................................1986 1B ...................................................1987, 88 Bryn Kosco, 3B ..........................................1988 Dell Ahelt, DH ............................................1988 Brian Bark, OF .....................................1988, 89 UT.........................................................1990 Steve Shepard, 1B ....................................1989 Sean Drinkwater, SS .................................1992 Vinnie Hughes, DH ....................................1992 Matt Donahue, SP .....................................1992 Jamie Wolkosky, RP ..................................1992 Tim Tracey, 3B ...........................................1993 Pat Clougherty, OF ....................................1993 Tony Ellison, OF ........................................1995 Tom Sergio, 2B ....................................1995, 97 Mandy Jacomino, DH ................................1996 Jake Weber, OF...................................1997, 98 Clay Eason, RP .........................................1997 Matt Postell, UT .........................................1999 Brian Wright, OF ............................2000, 01, 02 Colt Morton, C ...........................................2003 Joey Devine, P ..............................2003, 04, 05 Vern Sterry, P ......................................2003, 04 Mike Rogers, P ..........................................2004 Jake Muyco, C ...........................................2005 Aaron Bates, 1B ........................................2005 Matt Camp, OF ..........................................2006 Ramon Corona, 2B ....................................2006 Jimmy Gillheeney, RP................................2008 Clayton Shunick, SP ..................................2008

NC State (99)

Virginia (49)

Jack Yvars, P .............................................1954 John Yvars, SS ..........................................1954 Jack Turney, 2B ...................................1954, 55 Billy Peed, 1B ......................................1955, 56 Dudley Whitley, SS ..............................1955, 56 Lou Dickman, P .........................................1956 Carmen Santoli, OF ...................................1956 Eddie Wyatt, 1B .........................................1957 Dick Hunter, OF ...................................1957, 58 Bob Kennel, C .....................................1957, 58 Danny Casteen, 1B ...................................1958 Rus Casteen, OF .......................................1958 Don Hafer, OF ...........................................1959 Jim Cox, 2B ...............................................1960 Joel Gibson, P ...........................................1961 Vernon Stickland, UT .................................1961 Wayne Edwards, SS ..................................1962 Bob Conner, P ...........................................1962 Steve Martin, OF .......................................1968 Chris Cammack, 3B.................1968, 69, 70, 71 Tommy Smith, OF ......................................1970 Mike Caldwell, P ..................................1970, 71 Rick Richardson, 1B ..................................1972 Mike Baxter, OF .........................................1972 Dan Zagorski, 1B .................................1973, 74 Ron Evans, 3B.....................................1974, 75 Bill Smodic, 1B ..........................................1975

Charles Arnold, OF ....................................1956 Reese Whitley, C .......................................1959 Bill Timberlake, 2B .....................................1961 Bill Spencer, P ...........................................1962 John Pincavage, OF ..................................1965 Steve Bryant, OF .......................................1970 Mike Cubbage, SS.....................................1971 Robbin Marvin, OF ....................................1972 Dean Pallota, SS .................................1973, 74 Peter Andersen, OF ...................................1975 Bobby Emerson, 2B...................................1976 Tony Zentgraf, 3B ......................................1976 Dave Duncan, 1B ......................................1978 David Duff, C .............................................1978 Drew Schuett, OF ......................................1979 Paul Voight, P ............................................1979 Mark Meleski, SS.................................1980, 81 Jay West, OF .............................................1981 George Priftis, 2B ......................................1983 Tony Latham, OF .......................................1983 Tim Burcham, P .........................................1985 Bill Narleski, SS .........................................1986 Bob Dement, RP........................................1986 Chris Kughn, OF ........................................1989 Bobby Rivell, 2B ........................................1990 Kevin O’Sullivan, C ..............................1990, 91 Tom Crowley, 2B........................................1993 Brian Buchanan, OF ..................................1994

Jon Benick, 1B...........................................2000 Dan Street, UT...........................................2001 Brandon Creswell, P ..................................2001 Joe Koshansky, UT..............................2003, 04 Ryan Zimmerman, 3B................................2004 Jeff Kamrath, SP .......................................2005 Sean Doolittle, SP .....................................2006 DH/UT ..................................................2007 Tom Hagan, DH/UT ...................................2006 Brandon Guyer, OF ...................................2007 Jacob Thompson, SP ................................2007 Greg Miclat, SS .........................................2008 Phil Gosselin, 2B .......................................2009 Tyler Cannon, SS ......................................2009 Dan Grovatt, OF ........................................2009 Jarrett Parker, OF ......................................2009 Danny Hultzen, UT ....................................2009

Wake Forest (84)

Linwwod Holt, C.............................1954, 55, 56 Tommy Cole, OF........................................1955 Luther McKeel, UT.....................................1955 Lowell Davis, P ....................................1955, 56 Frank McRae, UT ......................................1956 George Miller, OF ......................................1956 Bill Barnes, UT.................................... 1956, 57 Al Baker, 2B ...............................................1957 SS ........................................................1958 Rex McMillan, OF ......................................1958 Bobby Brown, 2B .......................................1959 Charlie Forte, UT .......................................1959 Jay Franklin, OF ..................................1959, 61 Bob Plemmons, P ................................1959, 61 Roger Coon, OF ........................................1961 UT.........................................................1962 Bill Scripture, OF ...........................1962, 63, 64 Louis Howard, P ..................................1963, 64 Wayne Martin, C ..................................1963, 64 Mike Budd, OF...........................................1964 Tommy Cole, OF..................................1965, 66 Steve Wrenn, 1B .......................................1967 Jim Callison, OF ........................................1969 Craig Robinson, SS .............................1969, 70 Rich Eschen, 3B ..................................1972, 73 John Zeglinski, 1B ...............................1976, 77 Kenny Baker, OF .......................................1977 Bob Hely, 2B ..............................................1978 Brick Smith, DH .........................................1978 1B .............................................1979, 80, 81 Stan Johnson, C ........................................1979 Bill Ruffner, OF ..........................................1982 Bill Merrifield, SS .................................1982, 83 Tommy Gregg, OF .........................1982, 83, 85 John Morabito, 3B .....................................1986 Billy Masse, OF .........................................1988 Frank Humber, RP .....................................1989 Brian Shabosky, SS ...................................1989 Jake Austin, OF .............................1989, 91, 92 Warren Sawkiw, OF ...................................1990 Buddy Jenkins, RP ....................................1991 Chris Kowilcik, 3B ......................................1992 Mark Meltio, SS .........................................1995 Dave Lardieri, DH ................................1995, 97 John Hendricks, P .....................................1998 Jon Palmieri, 1B ..................................1998, 99 Mike MacDougal, P ...................................1999 Danny Borrell, DH......................................1999 Chase Voshell, SS .....................................2000 Scott Siemon, SP ......................................2000 Cory Sullivan, OF ......................................2001 Dave Bush, RP ....................................2001, 02 Ryan Johnson, DH ....................................2002 Adam Bourassa, OF ............................2002, 03 Kyle Sleeth, P ......................................2002, 03 Jamie D’Antona, 3B ...................................2003 Matt Antonelli, 3B.......................................2006 Ben Hunter, RP..........................................2006

:: South Carolina (14)

Ken Rosefield, 1B ......................................1959 Jack McCathern, OF............................1962, 64 Hoke Griener, 2B .......................................1964 Danny Scarpa, C ...........................1965, 66, 67 Bobby Bryant, P.........................................1966 Fred Partyka, 3B........................................1967 Mike Fair, OF .............................................1967 Bill Cash, 1B ..............................................1968 Roy McCord, SS ........................................1968 Wallie Jones, 2B ..................................1968, 69

All-Time All-ACC Selections (by First & Second Teams) School

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2nd

Boston College ..................... 1 ..........................4 Clemson ........................... 124 ......................108 Duke ................................... 42 ........................47 Florida State ....................... 47 ........................49 Georgia Tech ...................... 62 ........................64 Maryland ............................. 49 ........................48 Miami .................................. 13 ..........................9 North Carolina..................... 99 ......................103 NC State ............................. 99 ........................87 Virginia ................................ 49 ........................59 Virginia Tech ......................... 0 ..........................1 Wake Forest ....................... 84 ........................81 South Carolina ........... 14 .................. 23

Four-Time First-Teamers Brian Bark, NC State ........................... 1987-90 Chris Cammack, NC State .................. 1968-71 Neil Simons, Clemson ......................... 1977-80 Brick Smith, Wake Forest .................... 1978-81

Three-Time First-Teamers Rusty Adkins, Clemson........................ 1965-67 Jake Austin, Wake Forest .............. 1989, 91-92 Brian Bark, NC State ........................... 1988-90 Andy Bruce, Georgia Tech................... 1989-91 Chuckie Canady, NC State .................. 1979-81 Charlie Carr, North Carolina ................ 1966-68 Andy Cockrell, Duke ............................ 1955-57 Joey Devine, NC State ........................ 2003-05 Rusty Gerhardt, Clemson .................... 1970-72 Tommy Gregg, Wake Forest ................ 1982-84 Bryan Henry, Florida State .................. 2005-07 Linwood Holt, Wake Forest.................. 1954-56 Billy McMillon, Clemson....................... 1991-93 Jim Norris, Maryland............................ 1968-70 Eric Patterson, Georgia Tech............... 2002-04 Mike Roberts, North Carolina .............. 1970-72 Danny Scarpa, South Carolina ..............1965-67 Vaughn Schill, Duke ............................ 1997-99 Bill Scripture, Wake Forest .................. 1962-64 B.J. Surhoff, North Carolina................. 1983-85 Doug Strange, NC State ...................... 1984-86 Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech ................ 1992-94 Brian Wright, NC State ........................ 2000-02 Turtle Zaun, NC State .......................... 1986-88


National Honors

:: Coaches All-America Boston College 1993 Mike Martin, 2b .........................3rd 1999 Sean McGowan, 1b ..................3rd 2000 Steve Langone, ut....................2nd 2009 Mike Belifiore, ut ......................2nd 2009 Tony Sancez, c .........................3rd Clemson 1947 Joe Landrum, p ......................... 1st 1954 Billy O’Dell, p ...........................2nd 1959 Doug Hoffman, of...................... 1st 1960 Ty Cline, of ................................ 1st 1960 Dave Lynn, c .............................3rd 1965 Rusty Adkins, of .......................2nd 1966 Rusty Adkins, 2b .......................3rd 1967 Rusty Adkins, 2b ....................... 1st 1971 Rusty Gerhardt, p ....................2nd 1975 Denny Walling, of ...................... 1st 1976 Kurt Seibert, ss .........................3rd 1977 David Caldwell, of .....................3rd 1980 Tim Teufel, 2b ........................... 1st 1985 Jim McCollum, 1b .....................3rd 1986 Chuck Baldwin, 1b ...................2nd 1988 Bert Heffernan, c....................... 1st 1989 Brian Barnes, p ......................... 1st 1991 Jimmy Crowley, 2b.................... 1st 1991 Eric Macrina, dh .......................2nd 1992 Kevin Northrup, of ....................2nd 1994 Shane Monahan, of .................. 1st 1994 Mike Hampton, 3b....................2nd 1995 Scott Winchester, rp.................. 1st 1995 David Miller, 1b ........................2nd 1995 Shane Monahan, of .................2nd 1995 Jason Dawsey, p.......................3rd 1996 Kris Benson, p .......................... 1st 1996 Matthew LeCroy, c ....................3rd 1997 Matthew LeCroy, c ...................2nd 2001 Jeff Baker, 3b ...........................2nd 2001 Steve Reba, p ...........................3rd 2002 Khalil Greene, ss ...................... 1st 2002 Michael Johnson, 1b ................2nd 2002 Steve Reba, p ...........................3rd 2005 Kris Harvey, dh ......................... 1st 2006 Tyler Colvin, of .........................2nd 2006 Andy D’Alessio, 1b...................2nd 2006 Josh Cribb, rhp .........................3rd Duke 1951 1951 1952 1952 1953 1953 1954 1957 1992

Dick Groat, ss ........................... 1st Bill Werber, 1b ..........................3rd Dick Groat, ss ........................... 1st Bill Werber, 1b .......................... 1st Joe Lewis, p .............................2nd Al Spangler, of ..........................3rd Al Spangler, of ..........................3rd Dave Sime, of ..........................2nd Quinton McCracken, 2b ............3rd

Florida State 1957 Dick Howser, ss ........................ 1st 1958 Dick Howser, ss ........................ 1st 1959 Bob Clem, 2b ...........................2nd 1961 Jack Dull, 2b .............................3rd 1962 Buddy Teagle, c ........................ 1st 1963 Mike Augustine, of .................... 1st 1963 Woody Woodward, ss ...............3rd 1964 Ken Suarez, c ........................... 1st 1966 Jim Lyttle, of .............................. 1st 1968 Tom Cook, c ..............................3rd 1969 Dick Golds, 2b .......................... 1st 1970 Dick Nichols, 2b .......................2nd 1972 John LiBrandi, p ........................3rd 1975 Danny O’Brien, p ......................3rd 1975 Randy Davidson, of ..................3rd 1976 Juan Bonilla, 3b ........................ 1st 1978 Blane McDonald, c...................2nd 1979 Craig Patterson, 2b ..................2nd 1980 Mike Fuentes, of ....................... 1st 1981 Mike Fuentes, of ....................... 1st 1981 Jeff Ledbetter, of .......................3rd 1982 Jeff Ledbetter, of ....................... 1st 1985 Frank Fazzini, of ....................... 1st 1985 Doug Little, p.............................3rd 1986 Luis Alicea, 2b..........................2nd

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Mike Loynd, p ........................... 1st Richie Lewis, p.........................2nd Ed Fulton, c...............................3rd Brad Gregory, p .......................2nd Pedro Grifol, c ........................... 1st Eduardo Perez, 1b ...................2nd Chris Roberts, ut ......................2nd Roger Bailey, p .........................3rd J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st Scott Zech, 2b...........................3rd J. D. Drew, of ............................ 1st Jeremy Morris, of .....................2nd Randy Choate, rp.....................2nd Brian Cox, of ............................. 1st Marshall McDougall, 2b ............ 1st Matt Diaz, of.............................. 1st Nick Stocks, p ..........................2nd John-Ford Griffin, of .................. 1st Ryan Barthelemy, 3b ................ 1st Matt Lynch, p ...........................2nd Tony Richie, c ..........................2nd Trent Peterson, p .....................2nd Daniel Hodges, p .....................2nd Eddy Martinez-Esteve, dh......... 1st Stephen Drew, ss......................3rd Shane Robinson, of .................. 1st Bryan Henry, rhp ....................... 1st Tony Thomas, Jr., 2b ................ 1st Buster Posey, c .........................3rd Mark Hallberg, ss ......................3rd Buster Posey, c ......................... 1st Sean Gilmartin, sp ....................3rd Mike McGee, ut.........................3rd

Georgia Tech 1957 Bud Blemker, p ........................2nd 1965 Randy Carroll, 2b ......................3rd 1979 Tommy Thompson, 1b ..............3rd 1987 Riccardo Ingram, of .................. 1st 1988 Ty Griffin, 2b ............................2nd 1988 Scott Erwin, p............................3rd 1990 Andy Bruce, 3b .........................3rd 1990 Anthony Maisano, dh ................3rd 1990 Mike Hostetter, p .......................3rd 1991 Andy Bruce, 3b ......................... 1st 1992 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Brad Rigby, p ...........................2nd 1994 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1994 Nomar Garciaparra, ss ............. 1st 1994 Jay Payton, of ........................... 1st 1995 Ryan Ritter, of ..........................2nd 1997 Kris Wilson, p ...........................2nd 1997 Mark Fischer, of .......................2nd 2005 Tyler Greene, ss ......................2nd 2006 Matt Wieters, c .........................2nd 2009 Deck McGuire, sp .....................3rd 2009 Luke Murton, of .........................3rd Maryland 1962 Tom Brown, of ........................... 1st 1964 Jim Pitt, of ................................2nd 1967 John Hetrick, of ........................2nd 1970 Gene Hiser, of ........................... 1st 1971 Dave Suave, 2b ........................3rd 1992 Derek Hacopian, of ................... 1st 2002 John McCurdy, 2b .....................3rd Miami 1974 1974 1975 1976 1977 1980 1981 1988 1992 1994 1996 1997 1998 2004 2005 2005 2008

Orlando Gonzalez, 1b ............... 1st Stan Jakubowski, p ................... 1st Wayne Krenchicki, ss................ 1st Gavin Long, p ........................... 1st Rick Montoni, of ........................ 1st Neal Heaton, p .......................... 1st Neal Heaton, p .......................... 1st Mike Fiore, of ............................ 1st Jeff Alkire, p .............................. 1st Danny Graves, p ....................... 1st Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Alex Santos, p........................... 1st Jim Burt, 1b...............................3rd Ryan Braun, 3b ........................2nd Cesar Carrillo, p .......................2nd Jemile Weeks, 2b ..................... 1st

2008 2008 2009

Chris Hernandez, sp ................. 1st Ryan Jackson, ss......................3rd Kyle Bellamy, rp .......................2nd

North Carolina 1948 Emmett Cheek, c ...................... 1st 1948 Rip Ryan, ss ............................. 1st 1949 Emmett Cheek, of .....................3rd 1949 Sid Varney, c ............................2nd 1955 Connie Gravitte, of ...................2nd 1957 Jim Raugh, p.............................3rd 1960 Wayne Young, p.......................2nd 1961 Jim Mooring, of ......................... 1st 1964 Bill Haywood, p ........................2nd 1966 Danny Talbott, 1b .....................2nd 1968 David Lemonds, p ..................... 1st 1978 Greg Norris, p ........................... 1st 1980 Scott Bradley, 3b......................2nd 1981 Scott Bradley, 3b.......................3rd 1983 Scott Bankhead, p ....................3rd 1984 Scott Bankhead, p .................... 1st 1984 B.J. Surhoff, c ........................... 1st 1985 B.J. Surhoff, c ........................... 1st 1989 Jessie Levis, c ..........................3rd 1994 Cookie Massey, dh ..................2nd 2003 Jeremy Cleveland, of ................ 1st 2004 Marshall Hubbard, of ................ 1st 2004 Chris Iannetta, c.......................2nd 2006 Andrew Miller, lhp ..................... 1st 2007 Andrew Carignan, rp ................2nd 2007 Dustin Ackley, dh ......................3rd 2008 Tim Fedroff, of........................... 1st 2008 Alex White, sp ..........................2nd 2009 Dustin Ackley, 1b ...................... 1st NC State 1952 Johnny Yvars, 3b ......................3rd 1954 Johnny Yvars, 3b ...................... 1st 1954 Jack Turney, 2b........................2nd 1956 Carmen Santoli, of ...................2nd 1968 Chris Cammack, 3b ..................3rd 1968 Steve Martin, of........................2nd 1978 Roy Dixon, of ...........................2nd 1969 Chris Cammack, 3b .................2nd 1984 Tracy Woodson, 1b ..................2nd 1987 Turtle Zaun, 1b .........................3rd 1988 Turtle Zaun, 1b ........................2nd 1992 Jamie Wolkosky, rp ................... 1st 1993 Pat Clougherty, of ....................2nd 1993 Terry Harvey, p..........................3rd 1993 Jim Tracey, 3b...........................3rd 1994 Larry Edens, of .........................3rd 2002 Brian Wright, of .........................3rd 2003 Vern Sterry, p ...........................2nd 2004 Vern Sterry, p ...........................2nd 2004 Mike Rogers, p..........................3rd 2005 Aaron Bates, 1b .......................2nd 2005 Joey Devine, p ..........................3rd Virginia 1996 Seth Greisinger, p ..................... 1st 2006 Sean Doolittle, ut .....................2nd 2007 Jacob Thompson, rhp ............... 1st 2009 Danny Hultzen, ut ..................... 1st 2009 Jarrett Parker, of ......................2nd Virginia Tech 1981 Franklin Stubbs, 1b ..................2nd 1982 Jim Stewart, 3b ......................... 1st 1987 Trey McCoy, of ..........................3rd 1997 Matt Griswold, of .......................3rd 1999 Barry Gauch, c ..........................3rd 2003 Matt Dalton, p ...........................3rd 2003 Marc Tugwell, 2b......................2nd Wake Forest 1947 Charlie Teague, 2b.................... 1st 1947 Gene Hooks, 3b ........................ 1st 1949 Charlie Teague, 2b.................... 1st 1949 Gene Hooks, 3b ........................ 1st 1949 Dick VanderClute, p .................2nd 1950 Charlie Teague, 2b.................... 1st 1950 Gene Hooks, 3b .......................2nd 1955 Linwood Holt, c ......................... 1st 1958 Rex McMillan, of .......................3rd 1963 Bill Scripture, of......................... 1st

1963 1963 1964 1981 1982 1983 1988 1992 1997 2002 2002 2002 2003

Wayne Martin, c .......................2nd Dave Miller, 2b ..........................3rd Bill Scripture, of......................... 1st Brick Smith, dh.........................2nd Bill Merrifield, ss.......................2nd Bill Merrifield, ss........................ 1st Billy Masse, of........................... 1st Chris Kowilicik, 3b.....................3rd Dave Lardieri, dh ......................3rd Dave Bush, p ............................ 1st Ryan Johnson, dh ....................2nd Kyle Sleeth, p...........................2nd Jamie D’Antona, 3b .................. 1st

South Carolina 1958 Jerry Siegert, of ........................ 1st

Baseball America Boston College 1999 Sean McGowan, 1b ..................3rd 2009 Tony Sanchez, c ....................... 1st Clemson 1986 Chuck Baldwin, 1b ...................2nd 1988 Brian Barnes, p ........................2nd 1989 Brian Barnes, p ......................... 1st 1990 Brian Kowitz, of ........................2nd 1991 Jimmy Crowley, 2b...................2nd 1991 Jason Angel, p .........................2nd 1992 Kevin Northrup, of ....................2nd 1994 Shane Monahan, of .................. 1st 1994 Mike Hampton, 3b....................2nd 1995 Shane Monahan, of .................2nd 1995 Scott Winchester, rp.................2nd 1995 David Miller, 1b .........................3rd 1996 Kris Benson, p .......................... 1st 1996 Ken Vining, p ............................3rd 1997 Matthew LeCroy, c .................... 1st 1999 Patrick Boyd, of........................2nd 2001 Jeff Baker, 3b ............................ 1st 2002 Jeff Baker, 3b ............................ 1st 2002 Khalil Greene, ss ...................... 1st 2004 Brad McCann, 3b ......................3rd 2005 Kris Harvey, dh ........................2nd 2006 Tyler Colvin, of .......................... 1st 2006 Andy D’Alessio, 1b....................3rd Duke 1994 Ryan Jackson, of/p ..................2nd Florida State 1981 Mike Fuentes, of ....................... 1st 1981 Jeff Ledbetter, dh .....................2nd 1982 Jeff Ledbetter, of ....................... 1st 1984 Frank Fazzini, of .......................3rd 1985 Frank Fazzini, dh ...................... 1st 1985 Doug Little, p............................2nd 1985 Luis Alicea, 2b...........................3rd 1986 Luis Alicea, 2b........................... 1st 1986 Mike Loynd, p ........................... 1st 1986 Paul Sorrento, of ......................2nd 1986 Bien Figueroa, ss .....................2nd 1986 Richie Lewis, p.......................... 1st 1987 Richie Lewis, p.......................... 1st 1987 Ed Fulton, p ..............................3rd 1990 Gar Finnvold, p ........................2nd 1990 Marc Ronan, of ........................2nd 1991 Pedro Grifol, c ........................... 1st 1991 Eduardo Perez, 1b ....................3rd 1991 Chris Roberts, of .......................3rd 1992 Roger Bailey, p ........................2nd 1994 Paul Wilson, p ........................... 1st 1994 Jonathan Johnson, p ................3rd 1995 Jonathan Johnson, p ................ 1st 1995 David Yocum, p ........................2nd 1996 J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st 1996 Jeremy Morris, of .....................2nd 1996 Randy Choate, p .......................3rd 1997 J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st 1997 Jeremy Morris, of ...................... 1st 1997 Randy Choate, p ......................2nd 1999 Marshall McDougall, 2b ............ 1st 1999 Nick Stocks, p ..........................2nd 2000 Chris Smith, of .........................2nd 2001 John-Ford Griffin, of .................. 1st


National Honors 2002 2002 2002 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2007 2007 2007 2008 2009 2009 2009

Tony Richie, c ........................... 1st Stephen Drew, ss.....................2nd Ryan Barthelemy, 3b ................3rd Tony Richie, c ..........................2nd Stephen Drew, ss......................3rd Eddy Martinez-Esteve, of.......... 1st Stephen Drew, ss.....................2nd Shane Robinson, of .................. 1st Tony Thomas, Jr., 2b ................ 1st Bryan Henry, sp .......................2nd Buster Posey, c ........................2nd Buster Posey, c ......................... 1st Stephen Cardullo, ss ................ 1st Tyler Holt, of.............................2nd Mike McGee, ut........................2nd

2000 2002 2002 2002 2003 2004 2004 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009

Tyrell Godwin, of .......................3rd Russ Adams, ss ........................ 1st Chris Maples, of .......................2nd Adam Greenberg, of .................3rd Jeremy Cleveland, of ...............2nd Chris Iannetta, c........................3rd Marshall Hubbard, of ................3rd Andrew Miller, lhp ..................... 1st Josh Horton, dh .......................2nd Dustin Ackley, dh ......................3rd Andrew Carignan, rp .................3rd Tim Fedroff, of........................... 1st Dustin Ackley, 1b ......................3rd Alex White, sp ...........................3rd Dustin Ackley, 1b ...................... 1st

Georgia Tech 1985 Scott Jordan, of.........................3rd 1987 Riccardo Ingram, of .................. 1st 1988 Ty Griffin, 2b .............................3rd 1988 Scott Erwin, p............................3rd 1990 Darren Bragg, of .......................3rd 1990 Mike Hostetler, p .......................3rd 1991 Andy Bruce, dh ........................2nd 1992 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Brad Rigby, p ...........................2nd 1994 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1994 Nomar Garciaparra, ss ............. 1st 1994 Jay Payton, of ........................... 1st 1994 Brad Rigby, p ...........................2nd 1997 Kris Wilson, p ............................3rd 1997 Mark Fischer, of .......................2nd 2000 Mark Teixeira, 3b ...................... 1st 2000 Cory Vance, p ...........................3rd 2002 Kyle Bakker, p ..........................2nd 2003 Micah Owings, p/dh .................2nd 2004 Eric Patterson, 2b .....................3rd 2005 Tyler Greene, ss ....................... 1st 2006 Matt Wieters, c .......................... 1st 2007 Matt Wieters, c .......................... 1st 2007 Danny Payne, of .......................3rd 2009 Deck McGuire, sp ....................2nd 2009 Luke Murton, dh ........................3rd

NC State 1984 Tracy Woodson, dh ..................2nd 1986 Greg Briley, 2b ..........................3rd 1988 Turtle Zaun, 1b ........................2nd 1992 Matt Donahue, p ......................2nd 1993 Pat Clougherty, dh ....................3rd 1995 Tom Sergio, 2b..........................3rd 1995 Tony Ellison, of..........................3rd 1997 Tom Sergio, 2b.......................... 1st 2002 Brian Wright, of .........................3rd 2005 Aaron Bates, 1b ........................3rd

Maryland 1992 Derek Hacopian, of ..................2nd 2002 John McCurdy, ss ....................2nd

Wake Forest 1981 Brick Smith, dh..........................3rd 1982 Bill Merrifield, ss........................3rd 1983 Bill Merrifield, ss........................3rd 1988 Billy Masse, of........................... 1st 1998 John Hendricks, p .....................3rd 1999 Jon Palmieri, 1b ........................ 1st 1999 Mike MacDougal, p ................... 1st 2001 Cory Sullivan, ut........................ 1st 2002 Kyle Sleeth, p...........................2nd 2002 David Bush, p ...........................3rd 2003 Jamie D’Antona, 3b .................2nd

Miami 1981 1982 1985 1986 1988 1989 1990 1992 1994 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009

Neal Heaton, p .......................... 1st Danny Smith, p ........................2nd Rick Raether, p ......................... 1st Rick Raether, p ......................... 1st Mike Fiore, of ............................ 1st Alex Fernandez, p..................... 1st Oscar Munoz, p ........................ 1st Jeff Alkire, p .............................. 1st Danny Graves, p ....................... 1st Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Robbie Morrison, p ..................2nd Rudy Gomez, 2b .......................3rd Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Robbie Morrison, p ...................3rd Aubrey Huff, 3b ......................... 1st Alex Santos, p........................... 1st Pat Burrell, dh ...........................3rd Robbie Morrison, p ...................3rd Bobby Hill, ss ............................3rd Cesar Carrillo, sp ......................3rd Ryan Braun, dh ......................... 1st Cesar Carrillo, p .......................2nd Jon Jay, of................................2nd Yonder Alonso, 1b ....................2nd Yonder Alonson, dh ................... 1st Jemile Weeks, 2b ....................2nd Chris Hernandez, sp ................2nd Blake Tekotte, of ......................2nd Kyle Bellamy, rp ........................ 1st

North Carolina 1984 Scott Bankhead, p .................... 1st 1984 B.J. Surhoff, c ..........................2nd 1985 B.J. Surhoff, c ........................... 1st 1989 John Thoden, p .........................3rd 1990 Steve Estroff, 1b ......................2nd

Virginia 1985 Tim Burcham, p .......................2nd 1994 Brian Buchanan, of ................... 1st 1996 Seth Greisinger, p ..................... 1st 2004 Joe Koshansky, ut.....................3rd 2005 Ryan Zimmerman, 3b ..............2nd 2006 Sean Doolittle, ut .....................2nd 2007 Jacob Thompson, sp ................ 1st 2009 Jarrett Parker, of ......................2nd 2009 Danny Hultzen, ut .....................3rd Virginia Tech 1981 Franklin Stubbs, dh ................... 1st 1986 George Canale, 1b ................... 1st 1996 Kevin Barker, of .......................2nd

Collegiate Baseball Boston College 1989 Doug MacNeil, p .......................3rd 1999 Sean McGowan, 1b ..................3rd 2009 Tony Sanchez, c .......................3rd Clemson 1991 Eric Macrina, 1b .......................2nd 1992 Kevin Northrup, of .....................3rd 1994 Mike Hampton, 3b..................... 1st 1994 Shane Monahan, of .................2nd 1995 Shane Monahan, of .................. 1st 1995 Scott Winchester, rp.................. 1st 1995 Jason Dawsey, p......................2nd 1995 David Miller, 1b .........................3rd 1996 Kris Benson, p .......................... 1st 1997 Matthew LeCroy, c ...................2nd 1998 Scott Clackum, rp ....................2nd 2001 Jeff Baker, 3b ............................ 1st 2001 Steve Reba, p ...........................3rd 2002 Khalil Greene, ss ...................... 1st 2002 Steve Reba, p ...........................3rd 2002 Michael Johnson, 1b .................3rd 2002 Jeff Baker, 3b ............................3rd 2005 Taylor Harbin, 2b......................2nd 2006 Josh Cribb, rhp ........................2nd 2006 Andy D’Alessio, 1b....................3rd

Duke 1994 Ryan Jackson, of/p ................... 1st Florida State 1993 Jonathan Johnson, p ................3rd 1994 Paul Wilson, p ..........................2nd 1994 Jonathan Johnson, p ................3rd 1995 Jonathan Johnson, p ...............2nd 1995 David Yocum, p .........................3rd 1996 J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st 1996 Jeremy Morris, of .....................2nd 1996 Randy Choate, p .......................3rd 1997 J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st 1997 Jeremy Morris, of .....................2nd 1997 Randy Choate, p .......................3rd 1998 Jeremy Salazar, c .....................3rd 1999 Marshall McDougall, 2b ............ 1st 1999 Matt Diaz, of..............................3rd 2000 Chris Smith, of .........................2nd 2000 John-Ford Griffin, of .................2nd 2001 John-Ford Griffin, of .................. 1st 2002 Ryan Barthelemy, 3b ................ 1st 2002 Matt Lynch, p ...........................2nd 2002 Tony Richie, c ...........................3rd 2003 Trent Peterson, p .....................2nd 2003 Tony Richie, c ..........................2nd 2003 Stephen Drew, ss......................3rd 2003 Daniel Hodges, p ......................3rd 2004 Eddy Martinez-Esteve, of.......... 1st 2004 Stephen Drew, ss......................3rd 2005 Shane Robinson, of .................. 1st 2006 Shane Robinson, of ..................3rd 2007 Bryan Henry, sp ........................ 1st 2007 Buster Posey, c ......................... 1st 2007 Tony Thomas, Jr., 2b ................ 1st 2008 Buster Posey. c ......................... 1st 2009 Tyler Holt, of.............................2nd 2009 Sean Gilmartin, sp ....................3rd Georgia Tech 1992 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1993 Brad Rigby, p ...........................2nd 1994 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1994 Nomar Garciaparra, ss ............. 1st 1994 Jay Payton, of ........................... 1st 1995 Ryan Ritter, of ...........................3rd 1997 Kris Wilson, p ............................3rd 1998 Chuck Crowder, p .....................3rd 2000 Mark Teixeira, 3b ...................... 1st 2002 Kyle Bakker, p ...........................3rd 2002 Eric Patterson, 2b .....................3rd 2004 Eric Patterson, 2b .....................3rd 2005 Tyler Greene, ss ....................... 1st 2007 Matt Wieters, c ..........................3rd 2009 Deck McGuire, sp ..................... 1st 2009 Luke Murton, of .........................3rd Maryland 1992 Derek Hacopian, of ................... 1st 2002 John McCurdy, ss ....................2nd Miami 1989 1992 1992 1993 1994 1995 1995 1996 1996 1996 1997 1997 1998 1998 1998 1998 1999 1999 2000 2000 2001 2004

Joe Grahe, p ............................2nd Jeff Alkire, p .............................. 1st Charles Johnson, c ..................2nd Dave Berg, 2b ...........................3rd Danny Graves, p ....................... 1st Jay Tessmer, p .......................... 1st Kenny Henderson, p .................3rd Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Robbie Morrison, p ................... 1st J.D. Arteaga, p ..........................3rd Pat Burrell, 3b ........................... 1st Robbie Morrison, rp ..................3rd Alex Santos, p..........................2nd Aubrey Huff, dh ........................2nd Robbie Morrison, rp ..................3rd Bobby Hill, ss ............................3rd Michael Neu, rp........................2nd Alex Santos, p...........................3rd David Gil, p ..............................2nd Kevin Howard, 3b .....................3rd Javy Rodriguez, ss ..................2nd Cesar Carrillo, p .......................2nd

:: 2004 2005 2005 2005 2007 2008 2008 2008 2009

Jim Burt, 1b...............................3rd Cesar Carrillo, p .......................2nd Ryan Braun, 3b ........................2nd Jon Jay, of.................................3rd Yonder Alonso, 1b .....................3rd Jemile Weeks, 2b ..................... 1st Yonder Alonso, dh ..................... 1st Chris Hernandez, sp ................. 1st Kyle Bellamy, rp .......................2nd

North Carolina 1993 Thad Chrismon, rp .................... 1st 1994 Thad Chrismon, rp ...................2nd 1994 Manny DaSilva, c .....................2nd 1996 Mike Stoner, 1b ........................2nd 1997 Brian Roberts, ss ......................3rd 1998 Brian Roberts, ss .....................2nd 2000 Tyrell Godwin, of .......................3rd 2000 Derrick DePriest, p....................3rd 2002 Chris Maples, 3b ....................... 1st 2003 Jeremy Cleveland, of ...............2nd 2004 Chris Iannetta, c........................3rd 2004 Marshall Hubbard, of ................3rd 2006 Andrew Miller, lhp ..................... 1st 2006 Josh Horton, ss .........................3rd 2007 Dustin Ackley, 1b ......................3rd 2007 Andrew Carignan, rp .................3rd 2008 Tim Fedroff, OF........................2nd 2008 Kyler Seager, 2B .......................3rd 2008 Dustin Ackley, 1b ......................3rd 2008 Alex White, sp ...........................3rd 2009 Dustin Ackley, 1b ...................... 1st NC State 1992 Matt Donahue, sp ....................2nd 1992 Jamie Wolkosky, rp ................... 1st 1993 Pat Clougherty, of .....................3rd 1993 Terry Harvey, p..........................3rd 1995 Tony Ellison, of..........................3rd 1997 Clay Eason, rp .......................... 1st 2002 Brian Wright, of .........................3rd 2003 Vern Sterry, p ............................ 1st 2004 Vern Sterry, p ...........................2nd 2005 Aaron Bates, 1b ........................3rd 2006 Ramon Corona, 2b ...................3rd 2006 Matt Camp, of ...........................3rd 2008 Clayton Shunick, sp .................2nd Virginia 1994 Brian Buchanan, of ..................2nd 1996 Seth Greisinger, p ..................... 1st 2004 Joe Koshansky, ut....................2nd 2006 Sean Doolittle, ut .....................2nd 2007 Jacob Thompson, sp ................ 1st 2007 Sean Doolittle, ut ......................3rd 2009 Jarrett Parker, of .......................3rd Virginia Tech 1993 Dee Dalton, ss ..........................3rd 1996 Charlie Gillian, p .......................3rd 1999 Larry Bowles, of ........................3rd 2003 Marc Tugwell, 2b......................2nd Wake Forest 1998 John Hendricks, p ....................2nd 1998 Jon Palmieri, 1b ........................3rd 1999 Mike MacDougal, p ..................2nd 1999 Jon Palmieri, 1b .......................2nd 2001 Cory Sullivan, ut........................ 1st 2002 Kyle Sleeth, p...........................2nd 2002 David Bush, p ...........................3rd 2006 Ben Hunter, rp...........................3rd

The Sporting News Clemson 1975 Denny Walling, of ...................... 1st 1980 Tim Teufel, 2b ........................... 1st 1987 Bill Spiers, ss ............................ 1st 1997 Matthew LeCroy, c ...................2nd 1998 Scott Clackum, rp .....................3rd Duke 1994 Ryan Jackson, of/p ..................2nd


National Honors

:: Florida State 1966 Jim Lyttle, of .............................. 1st 1970 Dick Nichols, 2b ........................ 1st 1976 Terry Kennedy, c ....................... 1st 1977 Terry Kennedy, c ....................... 1st 1980 Jim Weaver, of .......................... 1st 1981 Jeff Ledbetter, dh ...................... 1st 1982 Jeff Ledbetter, of ....................... 1st 1986 Luis Alicea, 2b........................... 1st 1987 Richie Lewis, p.......................... 1st 1997 J.D. Drew, of ............................. 1st 1997 Jeremy Morris, of ...................... 1st 1997 Randy Choate, p ......................2nd 1998 Jeremy Salazar, c ....................2nd 1998 Matt Diaz, of..............................3rd 1998 Wes Crawford, p .......................3rd 2001 John-Ford Griffin, of .................. 1st Georgia Tech 1966 Butch Crook, p .......................... 1st 1986 Kevin Brown, p.......................... 1st 1988 Ty Griffin, 2b ............................. 1st 1993 Nomar Garciaparra, ss ............. 1st 1993 Jason Varitek, c ........................ 1st 1997 Mark Fischer, of ........................ 1st 1997 Kris Wilson, p ...........................2nd 1998 Chuck Crowder, p ..................... 1st 2000 Mark Teixeira, 3b ...................... 1st 2000 Richard Lewis, 2b ....................2nd Maryland 1967 John Hetrick, of ......................... 1st 1970 Gene Hiser, of ........................... 1st North Carolina 1966 Danny Talbott, 1b ...................... 1st 1968 David Lemonds, p ..................... 1st 1984 B.J. Surhoff, c ........................... 1st 1998 Brian Roberts, ss .....................2nd Virginia Tech 1982 Franklin Stubbs, 1b ................... 1st 1986 George Canale, 1b ................... 1st Wake Forest 1964 Billy Scripture, of ....................... 1st 1988 Billy Masse, of........................... 1st 1998 John Hendricks, p ....................2nd 1998 Jon Palmieri, 1b ........................3rd 2003 Jamie D’Antona, 3b .................. 1st 2003 Kyle Sleeth, p............................3rd

NCBWA Boston College 2000 Steve Langone, ut.....................3rd 2003 Chris Lambert, sp .....................3rd 2005 Mike Wiodarczyk, sp .................3rd Clemson 2000 Nick Glaser, rp ..........................3rd 2001 Jeff Baker, 3b ...........................2nd 2001 Casey Stone, of ........................3rd 2002 Jeff Baker, 3b ............................ 1st 2002 Khalil Greene, ss ...................... 1st 2002 Steve Reba, sp ........................2nd 2002 Matt Henrie, sp .........................3rd 2004 Brad McCann, 3b .....................2nd 2005 Kris Harvey, ut ..........................3rd 2006 Andy D’Alessio, 1b.................... 1st 2006 Tyler Colvin, of .......................... 1st 2006 Josh Cribb, rhp .........................3rd Florida State 2001 John-Ford Griffin, of .................. 1st 2002 Ryan Barthelemy, ut ................2nd 2003 Tony Richie, c ...........................3rd 2004 Eddy Martinez-Esteve, of.......... 1st 2004 Stephen Drew, ss......................3rd 2005 Shane Robinson, of .................. 1st 2005 Tyler Chambliss, rp ...................3rd 2006 Shane Robinson, of .................2nd 2006 Tyler Chambliss, rhp .................3rd 2007 Tony Thomas, Jr., 2b ................ 1st 2007 Bryan Henry, sp .......................2nd 2008 Buster Posey, c ......................... 1st

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Matt Fairel, sp ..........................2nd Sean Gilmartin, sp ...................2nd Mike McGee, ut.........................3rd

Georgia Tech 2000 Mark Teixeira, 3b ...................... 1st 2000 Richard Lewis, 2b ....................2nd 2002 Kyle Bakker, sp .........................3rd 2005 Tyler Greene, ss ....................... 1st 2007 Matt Wieters, c .........................2nd 2009 Deck McGuire, sp ..................... 1st Maryland 2002 John McCurdy, ut ...................... 1st Miami 2001 2001 2003 2003 2004 2005 2005 2008 2008 2008 2008 2009

Javy Rodriguez, ss ..................2nd George Huguet, rp ....................3rd Ryan Braun, ss ........................2nd J.D. Cockroft, rp ........................3rd Jim Burt, 1b...............................3rd Cesar Carrillo, sp ...................... 1st Ryan Braun, 3b ........................2nd Jemile Weeks, 2b ..................... 1st Yonder Alonso, dh ..................... 1st Chris Hernandez, sp ................2nd Carlos Gutierrez, rp ..................3rd Kyle Bellamy, rp ........................ 1st

North Carolina 2000 Tyrell Godwin, of ......................2nd 2000 Derrick DePriest, rp .................2nd 2002 Russ Adams, ss ........................3rd 2006 Andrew Miller, lhp ..................... 1st 2007 Andrew Carignan, rp ................. 1st 2007 Dustin Ackley, 1b ......................3rd 2008 Tim Fedroff, of...........................3rd 2008 Kyle Seager, 2b ........................3rd 2009 Dustin Ackley, 1b ...................... 1st NC State 2002 Brian Wright, of ........................2nd 2003 Vern Sterry, sp .........................2nd 2003 Joey Devine, rp .........................3rd 2004 Michael Rogers, sp ...................3rd 2006 Ramon Corona, 2b ...................3rd 2007 Eryk McConnell, rp ...................3rd 2008 Jimmy Gillheeney, rp ................3rd Virginia 2005 Ryan Zimmerman, 3b ...............3rd 2006 Sean Doolittle, ut .....................2nd 2007 Jacob Thompson, sp ................ 1st 2007 Sean Doolittle, ut .....................2nd 2008 Michael Schwimer, rp................3rd 2009 Jarrett Parker, of ......................2nd 2009 Danny Hultzen, ut ....................2nd Virginia Tech 2003 Matt Daulton, rp ........................ 1st

Sam Drake, Georgia Tech ....................... BA Brian Bark, NC State ........................BA-2nd

George Huguet, Miami ............................CB Jamie D’Antona, Wake Forest .................CB

1989 Mike Hostetler, Georgia Tech .................. BA

2002 Chris Lambert, Boston College......... BA, CB Drew Locke, Boston College ...................CB Tim Layden, Duke ............................BA-2nd Stephen Drew, Florida State....................CB Stephen Drew, Florida State....... BA-1st, CB Eric Patterson, Georgia Tech...... BA-1st, CB Jeremy Slayden, Georgia Tech ......... BA-1st Chris Iannetta, North Carolina ..........BA-2nd Ben Ingold, Wake Forest .........................CB

1990 Carlton Fleming, Georgia Tech ................CB 1991 Billy McMillon, Clemson........................... BA Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech ....................CB Pat Clougherty, NC State .................BA-2nd 1992 Nomar Garciaparra, Georgia Tech ... BA, CB Brad Rigby, Georgia Tech ........................ BA Michael Smith, Georgia Tech................... BA Jay Payton, Georgia Tech ....................... BA Terry Harvey, NC State ......... BA-1st, CB-1st 1993 Shane Monahan, Clemson ............... BA, CB Scott Winchester, Clemson .....................CB Scott Schoeneweis, Duke..................CB-1st Ryan Ritter, Georgia Tech ................ BA, CB 1994 Tom Sergio, NC State ........... BA-1st, CB-1st 1995 Matthew LeCroy, Clemson ............... BA, CB Kris Wilson, Georgia Tech ....................... BA Jake Weber, NC State .......... BA-1st, CB-1st 1996 Jeff Becker, Duke .............................BA-2nd Chuck Crowder, Georgia Tech................. BA Jay Hood, Georgia Tech .......................... BA Pat Malloy, Wake Forest ..........................CB Jon Palmieri, Wake Forest.......................CB 1997 Ryan Mottl, Clemson ...............................CB Vaughn Schill, Duke ......................... BA, CB Brian Roberts, North Carolina .................CB 1998 Patrick Boyd, Clemson ...............SN-1st, CB Brent Reid, Duke .....................................CB Matt Diaz, Florida State ..............SN-1st, CB Jon McDonald, Florida State ......SN-1st, CB Cory Vance, Georgia Tech .......................CB Manny Crespo, Miami..............................CB Ryan Earey, North Carolina .......SN-2nd, CB Dan Moylan, North Carolina ....................CB Nick Stocks, Florida State ................SN-2nd Pat Pinkman, Virginia Tech ......................CB Danny Borrell, Wake Forest.....................CB Corey Slavik, Wake Forest ......................CB

Wake Forest 2000 Cory Sullivan, of........................3rd 2001 Cory Sullivan, of........................ 1st 2001 Dave Bush, rp ..........................2nd 2002 Kyle Sleeth, sp .........................2nd 2002 Dave Bush, rp ..........................2nd 2002 Adam Bourassa, of ...................3rd 2003 Jamie D’Antona, 3b .................. 1st 2003 Kyle Sleeth, sp .........................2nd

1999 Khalil Greene, Clemson.....................BA-3rd Blair Varnes, Florida State .......... BA-1st, CB Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech ....... BA-1st, CB Mike Rodriguez, Miami ............................CB Brian Wright, NC State ...............BA-3rd, CB Dan D’Amato, NC State.....................BA-3rd Jason Bush, Virginia Tech .......................CB

Freshmen All-Americans

2000 Jeff Baker, Clemson ................................CB Jarrod Schmidt, Clemson ........................CB Matt Lynch, Florida State ............BA-3rd, CB Jeff Watchko, Georgia Tech.............. BA, CB Danny Matienzo, Miami ...........................CB Kevin Howard, Miami...............................CB Adam Greenberg, North Carolina ..... BA, CB Mike Prochaska, NC State ................BA-3rd John Saunders, Virginia Tech ..................CB Ben Clayton, Wake Forest .......................CB

1984 Jeff Mons, Georgia Tech .......................... BA Alex Wallace, NC State ....................BA-2nd 1985 Paul Grassman, NC State ................BA-2nd 1986 Ty Griffin, Georgia Tech ........................... BA Frank Bolick, Georgia Tech ..................... BA Jeff Hartsock, NC State ..................... BA-1st 1987

2001 Tony Richie, Florida State........................CB Matt Murton, Georgia Tech ......................CB Kyle Bakker, Georgia Tech ......................CB

2003 Robert Rohrbaugh, Clemson ...................CB Eddy Martinez-Esteve, Florida State .......CB Mark Sauls, Florida State ........................CB Micah Owings, Georgia Tech............ BA, CB Tyler Greene, Georgia Tech ............. BA, CB Ryan Braun, Miami ..................................CB Gaby Sanchez, Miami .............................CB Adam Kalkhof, North Carolina .................CB Joey Devine, NC State ..................... BA, CB Michael Rogers, NC State ................ BA, CB Ryan Kennedy, Virginia Tech ...................CB 2004 Brian Schultz, Florida State .....................CB Ryne Malone, Florida State .......BA-2nd, CB Jon Jay, Miami ............................ BA-1st, CB Danny Gil, Miami ........................ BA-1st, CB Daniel Bard, North Carolina.......BA-2nd, CB Andrew Miller, North Carolina ...........BA-2nd Sean O’Brien, Virginia Tech .....................CB 2005 Taylor Harbin, Clemson .............. BA-1st, CB Danny Payne, Georgia Tech.............BA-2nd Matt Wieters, Georgia Tech ........ BA-1st, CB Chad Flack, North Carolina .....................CB Josh Horton, North Carolina ....................CB Seth Williams, North Carolina..................CB Sean Doolittle, Virginia ............... BA-1st, CB Pat McAnaney, Virginia ...........................CB Robert Poutier, Virginia............................CB 2006 Tim Federowicz, North Carolina . BA-1st, CB Jemile Weeks, Miami.................. BA-1st, CB Jacob Thompson, Virginia .......... BA-1st, CB Allan Dykstra, Wake Forest .......BA-2nd, CB David Adams, Virginia ...............BA-2nd, CB Greg Miclat, Virginia ................................CB Buster Posey, Florida State .....................CB Jeremy Farrell, Virginia............................CB 2007 Dustin Ackley, North Carolina ..... BA-1st, CB Eric Erickson, Miami ................... BA-1st, CB Mark Sobolewski, Miami ............. BA-1st, CB Tim Fedroff, North Carolina .......BA-2nd, CB Dallas Poulk, NC State ..............BA-2nd, CB Jason Stidham, Florida State ....BA-2nd, CB Michael Seander, Duke ...........................CB 2008 Chris Hernandez, Miami ............. BA-1st, CB Kyle Parker, Clemson ................. BA-1st, CB Derek Dietrich, Georgia Tech ....BA-2nd, CB Matt Harvey, North Carolina ......BA-2nd, CB Colin Bates, North Carolina .....................CB Stuart Tapley, Florida State .....................CB Dan Grovatt, Virginia ...............................CB Deck McGuire ..........................................CB 2009 Danny Hultzen, Virginia .............. BA-1st, CB Sean Gimartin, Florida State ...... BA-1st; CB Matt Skole, Georgia Tech ..........BA-2nd, CB Levi Michael, North Carolina ...................CB Steve Proscia, Virginia ............................CB CB-Collegiate Baseball, BA-Baseball America, SN-Sporting News


National & Conference Honors National Player of the Year

National Rookie of the Year

ABCA Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002

Baseball America Alex Fernandez, Miami, p ...............1989 Pat Burrell, Miami, 3b ....................1996 Brian Roberts, North Carolina, ss...1997 Kevin Howard, Miami, 3b/ss ..........2000 Stephen Drew, Florida State, ss .....2002 Ryan Braun, Miami, ss ...................2003 Chris Hernandez, Miami, p .............2008

Baseball America Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech, 3b .........2000 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002 Andrew Miller, North Carolina, p..........2006 Buster Posey, Florida State, c .............2008 Rivals.com Dustin Ackley, North Carolina, 1b........2006 Brooks Wallace Award Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 Buster Posey, Florida State, c .............2008 Collegiate Baseball Ryan Jackson, Duke, of/p....................1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002 Shane Robinson, Florida State, of.......2005 Tony Thomas, Jr., Florida State, 2b ....2007 Buster Posey, Florida State, c .............2008 Dick Howser Trophy Mike Fiore, Miami ................................1987 Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech, 3b .........2000 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002 Buster Posey, Florida State, c .............2008 Golden Spikes Award Mike Fuentes, Florida State.................1981 Mike Loynd, Florida State ....................1986 Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Pat Burrell, Miami, 3b ..........................1998 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002 Buster Posey, Florida State, c .............2008 Lefty Gomez Plate Award Orlando Gonzalez, Miami, 1b ..............1974 National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 Roger Clemens Award Andrew Miller, North Carolina, p..........2006 Rotary Smith Award Jason Varitek, Georgia Tech, c ...........1994 Kris Benson, Clemson, p .....................1996 Khalil Greene, Clemson, ss .................2002 Sporting News Award J.D. Drew, Florida State, of .................1997 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech, 3b .........2000

Collegiate Baseball Brian Roberts, North Carolina, ss ........1997 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech, 3b .........1999 Blair Varnes, Florida State, p...............1999 Jamie D’Antona, Wake Forest, 1b .......2001 Dustin Ackley, North Carolina, 1b........2007

National Coach of the Year Baseball America Ron Fraser, Miami ...............................1981 Jim Morris, Miami ................................1994 Mike Fox, North Carolina .....................2008 College Baseball Foundation Brian O’Connor, Virginia ......................2006 College Baseball Insider Elliott Avent, NC State .........................2003 NCBWA Brian O’Connor, Virginia ......................2009 Sporting News Danny Hall, Georgia Tech ...................1997

ACC U.S. Olympians 1984 (Los Angeles, California) Scott Bankhead ................... North Carolina B.J. Surhoff .......................... North Carolina 1988 (Seoul, Korea) Mike Milchin .................................. Clemson Ty Griffin ................................Georgia Tech Mike Fiore .......................................... Miami Billy Masse ............................. Wake Forest 1992 (Barcelona, Spain) Chris Roberts.......................... Florida State Nomar Garciaparra ................Georgia Tech Jason Varitek .........................Georgia Tech Jeff Alkire ........................................... Miami Charles Johnson................................ Miami 1996 (Atlanta, Georgia) Kris Benson .................................. Clemson Billy Koch ...................................... Clemson Matthew LeCroy ........................... Clemson Seth Greisinger................................Virginia 2000 (Sydney, Australia) Doug Mientkiewicz.................. Florida State

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ACC 50th Anniversary Baseball Team Rusty Atkins Jake Austin Jeff Baker Scott Bankhead Brian Bark

Clemson

1965-1967

Fort Mill, S.C.

Wake Forest

1989-1992

Atlanta, Ga. Woodbridge, Va.

Clemson

2000-2001

North Carolina

1982-1984

Reidsville, N.C.

NC State

1987-1990

Randallstown, Md. Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

Brian Barnes

Clemson

1986-1989

Kris Benson

Clemson

1994-1996

Kennesaw, Ga.

North Carolina

1979-1981

Essex Fells, N.J.

Tom Bradley

Maryland

1967-1968

Falls Church, Va.

Kevin Brown

Georgia Tech

1984-1986

McIntyre, Ga.

Virginia

1992-1994

Clifton, Va.

NC State

1968-1971

Tarboro, N.C.

Scott Bradley

Brian Buchanan Mike Caldwell J.D. Drew Nomar Garciaparra Rusty Gerhardt

Florida State

1995-1997

Hahira, Ga.

Georgia Tech

1992-1994

Whittier, Calif.

Clemson

1969-1972

Baltimore, Md.

Khalil Greene

Clemson

1999-2001

Key West, Fla.

Tommy Gregg

Wake Forest

1982-1985

Winston-Salem, N.C.

Seth Greisinger John-Ford Griffin Ty Griffin

Virginia

1994-1996

McLean, Va.

Florida State

1999-2001

Sarasota, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

Georgia Tech

1986-1988

Terry Harvey

NC State

1992-1995

Dacula, Ga.

Bert Heffernan

Clemson

1985-1988

Centerreach, N.Y.

Georgia Tech

1986-1987

Douglas, Ga.

Duke

1991-1994

Sarasota, Fla.

Riccardo Ingram Ryan Jackson Jonathan Johnson

Florida State

1993-1995

Ocala, Fla.

Jimmy Key

Clemson

1980-1982

Huntsville, Ala.

Billy Koch

Clemson

1994-1996

West Babylon, N.Y.

Matthew LeCroy

Clemson

1995-1997

Belton, S.C.

Mike MacDougal

Wake Forest

1997-1999

Mesa, Ariz. Southport, N.C.

Quinton McCracken

Duke

1989-1992

Marshall McDougall

Florida State

1999-2000

Valrico, Fla.

Billy Merrifield

Wake Forest

1980-1983

Rocky Mount, N.C. Marietta, Ga.

Shane Monahan Jeremy Morris Jim Norris

Clemson

1993-1995

Florida State

1994-1997

Quincy, Fla.

Maryland

1968-1970

Seaford, N.Y.

Jon Palmieri

Wake Forest

1996-1999

Mineola, N.Y.

Jay Payton

Georgia Tech

1992-1994

Zanesville, Ohio

Jim Poole

Georgia Tech

1986-1988

Voorhes, N.J.

Brad Rigby

Georgia Tech

1992-1994

Longwood, Fla.

Scott Schoeneweis

Duke

1993-1996

Mt. Laurel, N.J.

Wake Forest

1962-1964

Virginia Beach, Va.

Tom Sergio

NC State

1994-1997

Norristown, Pa.

Brick Smith

Wake Forest

1978-1981

Charlotte, N.C.

Billy Spiers

Clemson

1985-1987

Cameron, S.C.

B.J. Surhoff

Billy Scripture

North Carolina

1983-1985

Rye, N.Y.

Mark Teixeira

Georgia Tech

1999-2001

Severna Park, Md.

Jason Varitek

Georgia Tech

1991-1994

Longwood, Fla.

Jake Weber

NC State

1995-1998

Wappingers Falls, N.Y.

Walt Weiss

North Carolina

1983-1985

Suffern, N.Y.

Paul Wilson

Florida State

1992-1994

Orlando, Fla.

Tracy Woodson

NC State

1982-1984

Richmond, Va.

Turtle Zaun

NC State

1985-1988

Hanover, Va.


ACC Players of the Week

:: 1989 Mike Hostetler.................. Georgia Tech (2) Brian Bark ................................NC State (2) Brian Barnes ............................ Clemson (2) Jake Austin ............................. Wake Forest Anthony Maisano ...................Georgia Tech Frank Maney........................ North Carolina Brad Rhodes................................. NC State Bobby Russell............................... NC State John Thoden........................ North Carolina Chris Kughn .....................................Virginia Darren Bragg .........................Georgia Tech Lou Holcomb ................................Maryland 1990 Steve Estroff ................... North Carolina (2) Chris Cox ............................. North Carolina Buddy Jenkins ........................ Wake Forest Robbie Bark .................................. NC State Kenny Bonifay .......................Georgia Tech Michael Butler ............................... NC State Mike Hostetler........................Georgia Tech Ron Maurer.......................... North Carolina Anthony Maisano ...................Georgia Tech Tim Parker .................................... Clemson Steve Cunha ....................................Virginia George Coghill........................ Wake Forest 1991 Chris Cox ............................. North Carolina Kevin Stock......................................Virginia Marc Pisciotta ........................Georgia Tech Cass Hopkins ..................................... Duke Chris Kowilcik ......................... Wake Forest Quinton McCracken ............................ Duke Brad Woodall ....................... North Carolina Jason Angel .................................. Clemson Buddy Jenkins ........................ Wake Forest Andy Bruce ............................Georgia Tech Michael Spiers .............................. Clemson Jeff Pierce..................................... NC State 1992 Player Derek Hacopian ...................... Maryland (3) Jake Austin ........................Wake Forest (2) Kevin Northrup......................... Clemson (2) Manny DaSilva .................... North Carolina Chris Roberts.......................... Florida State Chris Cox ............................. North Carolina Keith Williams ............................... Clemson Joe Taylor ..................................... Clemson Brandon Hensley ...................Georgia Tech Nandy Serrano ....................... Florida State Pitcher David Albert ..................... Georgia Tech (2) Brett Binkley .................... Georgia Tech (2) Terry Harvey ............................NC State (2) Chris Roberts.....................Florida State (2) Jamie Wolkosky............................ NC State Roger Bailey ........................... Florida State Mike Kotarski ...................................... Duke Mike Buddie ............................ Wake Forest Frank Lankford ................................Virginia Jon Rayne ....................................Maryland Matt Donahue ............................... NC State 1993 Player Jason Varitek ................... Georgia Tech (2) Billy McMillon ................................ Clemson Scott Pinoni ........................................ Duke Mike Martin ............................. Florida State Chad Holbrook..................... North Carolina Casey Jowers ..................................... Duke Matt Riggs .............................. Wake Forest Tim Tracey.................................... NC State Ryan Jackson ..................................... Duke Jeff Morris ..................................... Clemson Pitcher Paul Wilson........................Florida State (3) Bret Wagner ........................... Wake Forest Shawn Senior ............................... NC State Terry Harvey ................................. NC State Tom Crowley ...................................Virginia Buck Hall ...............................Georgia Tech

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Marc Palmieri.......................... Wake Forest Brad Rigby .............................Georgia Tech Steve Paasch ...............................Maryland

Zach Diaz ............................... Florida State Eric Milton .....................................Maryland Michael Holmes ...................... Wake Forest

1994 Player Nomar Garciaparra .......... Georgia Tech (2) Larry Edens .................................. NC State Jay Payton .............................Georgia Tech Cookie Massey .................... North Carolina Brandon Hensley ...................Georgia Tech Bret Wagner ........................... Wake Forest Mark Wells .................................... NC State Jason Varitek .........................Georgia Tech Jason Kramer ......................... Wake Forest Chris Madonna .................... North Carolina David Miller ................................... Clemson Andy Barkett ................................. NC State Dan Goucher ................................Maryland Ryan Jackson ..................................... Duke Mike Hampton .............................. Clemson Shane Monahan ........................... Clemson Pitcher Paul Wilson........................Florida State (3) Terry Harvey ............................NC State (3) Thad Chrismon ............... North Carolina (2) Scott Winchester ..................... Clemson (2) Andy Taulbee .......................... Clemson (2) Jonathan Johnson .................. Florida State Steve Paasch ...............................Maryland Michael Holtz ................................ Clemson Ross Atkins............................. Wake Forest Brian Willman ...................... North Carolina Bobby Rodgers ....................... Wake Forest Al Gogolin ..............................Georgia Tech Brad Rigby .............................Georgia Tech Ryan Jackson ..................................... Duke Ken Vining .................................... Clemson

1997 Player J.D. Drew ...........................Florida State (3) Mark Fischer .................... Georgia Tech (3) Jeremy Morris ....................Florida State (3) Chris Combs ............................NC State (2) J.J. Thomas ...........................Georgia Tech Matthew LeCroy ........................... Clemson Vaughn Schill...................................... Duke Scott Prather..........................Georgia Tech Jake Weber .................................. NC State Dave Lardieri .......................... Wake Forest Adam Leggett ........................Georgia Tech Pitcher Kris Wilson....................... Georgia Tech (4) Randy Choate....................Florida State (2) Casey Kennedy ......................... Virginia (2) Brett Black .................................... NC State Chris Capuano.................................... Duke Tim LaVigne ....................................Virginia Ryan Mottl .................................... Clemson Randy Niles ............................ Florida State Mike Wooden................................Maryland Brandon Agamennone..................Maryland John Hendricks ....................... Wake Forest Mike MacDougall .................... Wake Forest

1995 Player Tony Ellison .............................NC State (2) Tucker Barr ...................... Georgia Tech (2) David Miller .............................. Clemson (2) Doug Mientkiewicz.................. Florida State Ryan Ritter.............................Georgia Tech Shane Monahan ........................... Clemson Tom Sergio ................................... NC State Matt Saier ..............................Georgia Tech David Boone ........................ North Carolina Andy Barkett ................................. NC State Justin Counts ...................................Virginia Pitcher Jason Dawsey ......................... Clemson (2) David Yocum .....................Florida State (2) Ethan Stein ..................... North Carolina (2) Brian Willman ...................... North Carolina Joel Canady.....................................Virginia Jonathan Johnson .................. Florida State John Cappelmann ...........................Virginia Chuck Howell.......................... Florida State Mike Bell ................................. Florida State Charlie Cruz............................ Florida State Pat Daneker.....................................Virginia Seth Greisinger................................Virginia Jamie Eggleston ........................... Clemson Sean Murphy ....................... North Carolina Mark Seaver ........................... Wake Forest 1996 Player J.D. Drew ...........................Florida State (3) Jeremy Morris ....................Florida State (2) Brian Whitlock................. North Carolina (2) Scooby Morgan ...................... Florida State Garry Maddox ...............................Maryland Robby McIver ...................... North Carolina Josh Itzoe ............................... Wake Forest Adam Leggett ........................Georgia Tech Seth Greisinger................................Virginia Pitcher Kris Benson ............................. Clemson (6) Seth Greisinger.......................... Virginia (2) Brett Black ...............................NC State (2) Corey Lee ..................................... NC State Scott Schoeneweis ............................. Duke

1998 Player Brian Cox ...........................Florida State (3) Ryan Gilleland .................................Virginia Jay Madeira ......................... North Carolina Jarrett Shearin ..................... North Carolina Patrick Boyd ................................. Clemson Terry Henderson..................... Florida State Jeremy Salazar....................... Florida State Matt Padgett ................................. Clemson Casey Trout ..................................Maryland Brian Ellis...................................... Clemson Chris LaMarsh ..................... North Carolina Pitcher Ryan Mottl ............................... Clemson (2) John Hendricks ..................Wake Forest (2) Kyle Snyder .................... North Carolina (2) Chuck Crowder ................ Georgia Tech (2) Casey Kennedy ...............................Virginia Wes Crawford ......................... Florida State Chris Chavez .......................... Florida State Scott Prather..........................Georgia Tech Stephen Cowie ................................... Duke Jon McDonald......................... Florida State Nick Stocks ............................. Florida State L.J. Yankosky ........................Georgia Tech 1999 Player Matt Diaz ...........................Florida State (3) Jon Palmieri .......................Wake Forest (3) M. McDougall.....................Florida State (3) Tyrell Godwin....................... North Carolina Mark Teixeira .........................Georgia Tech Jason Basil ............................Georgia Tech Jeremiah Klosterman.............. Florida State Danny Borrell .......................... Wake Forest Brad Stockton ........................Georgia Tech Eric Beer .......................................Maryland Jason Harris ................................. Clemson Brian Ward.................................... NC State Vaughn Schill...................................... Duke Pitcher Dan D’Amato ...........................NC State (3) Mike MacDougal ................Wake Forest (3) Chuck Crowder ................ Georgia Tech (2) Chris Capuano.................................... Duke Brandon Creswell ............................Virginia Nick Stocks ............................. Florida State Tom Curtiss ..................................Maryland Stephen Cowie ................................... Duke Chris Heck .................................... Clemson Chris Chavez .......................... Florida State

2000 Player Mark Teixeira ................... Georgia Tech (3) Sean Farrell .................... North Carolina (2) Corey Slavik ......................Wake Forest (2) Marshall McDougall ...........Florida State (2) John-Ford Griffin..................... Florida State Ryan Earey .......................... North Carolina Bryan Prince ..........................Georgia Tech Craig Munroe ................................Maryland Khalil Greene ................................ Clemson Jason Basil ............................Georgia Tech Pitcher Cory Vance ...................... Georgia Tech (4) Mike Ziegler .......................Florida State (3) Scott Berney ............................ Clemson (2) Jon McDonald......................... Florida State Will Parker .......................................Virginia Scott Siemon .......................... Wake Forest Dan D’Amato ................................ NC State Ben Clayton ............................ Wake Forest Ryan Mottl .................................... Clemson Nick Glaser ................................... Clemson Eric Schmitt ............................ Wake Forest Jamie Hammond ..........................Maryland Joe Hart ........................................Maryland 2001 Player Cory Sullivan .....................Wake Forest (2) John-Ford Griffin................Florida State (2) Mark Teixeira .........................Georgia Tech Richard Lewis ........................Georgia Tech Ryan Riley .................................... Clemson Bryan Prince ..........................Georgia Tech Brian Wright .................................. NC State Hunter Wyant...................................Virginia Karl Jernigan .......................... Florida State Steve Oursler................................Maryland Dan Street .......................................Virginia David Mason....................................... Duke Ryan Barthelemy .................... Florida State Khalil Greene ................................ Clemson Dave Bush .............................. Wake Forest Pitcher Brandon Creswell ...................... Virginia (3) Matt Henrie .............................. Clemson (2) Steve Reba .............................. Clemson (2) Dave Bush .............................. Wake Forest Dan Street .......................................Virginia Kevin Thompson................................. Duke Steve Kelly............................. Georgia Tech Blair Varnes ............................ Florida State Cory Sullivan .......................... Wake Forest Ralph Roberts...................... North Carolina Scott Autrey ......................... North Carolina 2002 Khalil Greene ........................... Clemson (3) Jeff Alleva ........................................... Duke Jeff Baker ..................................... Clemson Garry Bakker ....................... North Carolina Kyle Bakker ...........................Georgia Tech Nick Blue ................................ Wake Forest Matthew Boggs ......................Georgia Tech Tim Coffield .................................. NC State Stephen Drew ......................... Florida State Adam Greenberg ................. North Carolina Michael Johnson........................... Clemson Jeff Kamrath ....................................Virginia Sean Kane ....................................Maryland Matt Lynch .............................. Florida State Chris Maples........................ North Carolina John McCurdy ..............................Maryland Mike Prochaska ............................ NC State Tony Richie............................. Florida State Kyle Sleeth ............................. Wake Forest 2003 Player Jeremy Cleveland ........... North Carolina (2) Jeremy Dutton .........................NC State (2) Tony Richie............................. Florida State Sammy Hewitt ..................... North Carolina Joe Gaetti ..................................... NC State Jamie D’Antona ...................... Wake Forest


ACC Players of the Week Colt Morton ................................... NC State Justin Riley ................................... NC State Michael Johnson........................... Clemson Blake Balkcom ........................ Florida State Tony McQuade ....................... Florida State Garrick Evans ............................... Clemson Brian Burks ............................Georgia Tech Pitcher Kyle Sleeth ........................Wake Forest (3) Tyler Lumsden ......................... Clemson (2) Daniel Davidson ................Florida State (2) Steve Schmoll......................... Maryland (2) Daniel Hodges ........................ Florida State Vern Sterry ................................... NC State Jeff Kamrath ....................................Virginia Kyle Bakker ...........................Georgia Tech Paul Harrelson .............................. Clemson Chris Goodman .....................Georgia Tech Patrick Hogan ............................... Clemson 2004 Player Joe Koshansky .......................... Virginia (2) Eddy Martinez-Esteve .......Florida State (2) Clifton Remole ................. Georgia Tech (2) Gibbs Chapman...................... Florida State Brad McCann................................ Clemson Wes Hodges ..........................Georgia Tech Micah Owings ........................Georgia Tech Marshall Hubbard ................ North Carolina Kris Harvey ................................... Clemson Brian Hernandez................................. Duke Jay Cox................................ North Carolina Garrick Evans ............................... Clemson Steven Blackwood .................Georgia Tech Stephen Drew ......................... Florida State Eric Patterson ........................Georgia Tech Pitcher Mike Rogers ............................NC State (5) Micah Owings .................. Georgia Tech (2) Vern Sterry ................................... NC State Eddie Cannon ......................... Florida State Casey Lambert ................................Virginia Zach Schreiber ................................... Duke Andrew Dobies ................................Virginia Matt Avery .......................................Virginia Tim Layden ......................................... Duke Joe Koshansky ................................Virginia Rhett James ........................... Florida State 2005 Player Kris Harvey .............................. Clemson (2) Matt Wieters .................... Georgia Tech (2) Adam Murray ...................................... Duke Shane Robinson ..................... Florida State Brendan Enick ....................... Wake Forest Jeremy Slayden .....................Georgia Tech Chad Flack .......................... North Carolina Brendan Katin .................................... Miami Alex Garabedian ................................ Miami Taylor Harbin ................................ Clemson Wes Hodges ..........................Georgia Tech Eddy Rodriguez ................................. Miami Ryne Malone ......................... Florida State Pitcher Cesar Carrillo................................Miami (2) Josh Cribb ............................... Clemson (2) Mike Ballard .....................................Virginia Ryan Kennedy ........................Virginia Tech Andrew Miller ....................... North Carolina Gib Hobson................................... NC State Andrew Miller ....................... North Carolina Barrett Browning ..................... Florida State Ben Pfinsgraff ...............................Maryland Branden Knapp............................. NC State Stephen Faris ............................... Clemson Bryan Henry............................ Florida State Ryan Kennedy ........................Virginia Tech Mark Sauls.............................. Florida State 2006 Player Tyler Colvin.............................. Clemson (2) Andy D’Alessio ........................ Clemson (2) Matt Mangini ................................. NC State

Bryan Thomas ........................Virginia Tech Dennis Guinn .......................... Florida State Danny Payne .........................Georgia Tech Eddy Rodriguez ................................. Miami Jay Cox................................ North Carolina Brandon Marsh ................................Virginia Reid Fronk ........................... North Carolina Evan Ocheltree ....................... Wake Forest Mike Trapani ..........................Georgia Tech Benji Johnson ...................... North Carolina Marquez Smith ............................. Clemson Shawn McGill...................... Boston College Pitcher Andrew Miller .................. North Carolina (3) Daniel Bard ..................... North Carolina (2) Brett Tidball ..................................Maryland Bryan Henry............................ Florida State Charlie Mellies ........................ Wake Forest Tyler Chambliss ...................... Florida State Casey Lambert ................................Virginia Josh Cribb .................................... Clemson Mike Ballard .....................................Virginia Sean Doolittle ..................................Virginia Barret Browning ...................... Florida State Robert Woodard .................. North Carolina 2007 Player Tony Thomas, Jr................Florida State (3) Greg Miclat ......................................Virginia Mark Sobolewski ............................... Miami Willy Fox ................................. Wake Forest Dustin Ackley .................. North Carolina (2) Brandon Reichert.................... Florida State Buster Posey .......................... Florida State Danny Payne .........................Georgia Tech Doug Hogan ................................. Clemson Marquez Smith ............................. Clemson Andy D’Alessio ............................. Clemson Jason Stidham ........................ Florida State Pitcher Kevin Biringer ...............................Maryland Robert Woodard .................. North Carolina Andrew Brackman ........................ NC State Michael Ness ...................................... Duke Andrew Carignan ................. North Carolina David Duncan .................. Georgia Tech (2) Tony Bajoczky .................................... Duke Eric Niesen ............................. Wake Forest Jacob Thompson ....................... Virginia (2) Enrique Garcia................................... Miami Bryan Henry.......................Florida State (2) Danny Rosen .......................... Florida State Casey Lambert ................................Virginia 2008 Player Mike McGee ........................... Florida State Dustin Ackley .................. North Carolina (2) Dennis Guinn .....................Florida State (2) Yonder Alonso ..............................Miami (2) Alex Hassan ....................................... Duke Buster Posey .......................... Florida State Ryan Pond .................................... NC State Blake Tekotte..................................... Miami Kyle Parker ................................... Clemson Derek Dietrich ........................Georgia Tech Tim Fedroff .......................... North Carolina Pitcher Andrew Carraway ...................... Virginia (2) Zach Von Tersch ...................Georgia Tech Clayton Shunick............................ NC State Matt Fairel............................... Florida State Pat McAnaney .................................Virginia Graham Stoneburner .................... Clemson Ryan Hinson ................................. Clemson Ryan Strauss .......................... Florida State Chris Manno ....................................... Duke Chris Hernandez................................ Miami Eric Erickson...................................... Miami Rob Wooten......................... North Carolina Scott Swinson ...............................Maryland 2009 Player Anthony Sosnoskie .................Virginia Tech

Tyler Holt ................................ Florida State Tony Sanchez (2) ............... Boston College Dustin Ackley ....................... North Carolina Matt Skole..............................Georgia Tech Stephen Cardullo .................... Florida State Kyle Parker ................................... Clemson Jeff Rowland ..........................Georgia Tech Jeff Schaus ................................... Clemson Mark Fleury.......................... North Carolina Jason Stidham ........................ Florida State Tommy Oravetz ...................... Florida State Chris Hermann .................................. Miami Pitcher Deck McGuire ........................Georgia Tech David Gutierrez.................................. Miami Kyle Bellamy ...................................... Miami Danny Hultzen .................................Virginia Andrew Wolcott .................................. Duke Brian Moran ......................... North Carolina Justin Sarratt ................................ Clemson Chris Dwyer .................................. Clemson Alex White ........................... North Carolina Justin Wright ...........................Virginia Tech Pat Dean............................. Boston College Christopher Manno ............................. Duke Matt Harvey ......................... North Carolina

:: All-Time Weekly Honors by School (1989-2009)

School Total Florida State ........................................... 107 Georgia Tech ............................................ 89 Clemson ................................................... 87 North Carolina .......................................... 68 NC State ................................................... 57 Wake Forest ............................................. 51 Virginia...................................................... 48 Maryland ................................................... 26 Duke ......................................................... 28 Miami ........................................................ 16 Virginia Tech............................................... 5 Boston College ........................................... 4

All-Time Weekly Honors by Player and Pitcher (1989-2009)

School Player Pitcher Boston College ..................... 3 ................... 1 Clemson ............................. 49 ................. 38 Duke ................................... 13 ................. 15 Florida State ....................... 60 ................. 47 Georgia Tech ...................... 58 ................. 31 Maryland ............................. 12 ................. 14 Miami .................................... 9 ................... 7 North Carolina .................... 43 ................. 25 NC State ............................. 29 ................. 28 Virginia................................ 14 ................. 34 Virginia Tech......................... 2 ................... 3 Wake Forest ....................... 27 ................. 24

Career Leader ACC Weekly Honor

(both player & pitcher) School Total Kris Benson, Clemson ................................ 6 J.D. Drew, Florida State ............................. 6 Terry Harvey, NC State .............................. 6 Paul Wilson, Florida State .......................... 6 Dustin Ackley, North Carolina..................... 5 Khalil Greene, Clemson.............................. 5 Marshall McDougall, Florida State.............. 5 Andrew Miller, North Carolina..................... 5 Jeremy Morris, Florida State ...................... 5 Mike Rogers, NC State ............................... 5 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech ...................... 5

Career Leader ACC Player of the Week School Total J.D. Drew, Florida State ............................. 6 Dustin Ackley, North Carolina..................... 5 Khalil Greene, Clemson.............................. 5 Marshall McDougall, Florida State.............. 5 Jeremy Morris, Florida State ...................... 5 Mark Teixeira, Georgia Tech ...................... 5

Career Leader ACC Pitcher of the Week School Total Kris Benson, Clemson ................................ 6 Terry Harvey, NC State .............................. 6 Paul Wilson, Florida State .......................... 6 Andrew Miller, North Carolina..................... 5 Mike Rogers, NC State ............................... 5


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Jim Lyttle, OF, Florida State ..................................................... New York Yankees Gene Hiser, OF, Maryland ................................................................ Chicago Cubs Terry Kennedy, C, Florida State ................................................................St. Louis Mike Sullivan, P, Clemson ....................................................................... Cincinnati Ross Jones, SS, Miami........................................................................ Los Angeles Frank Castro, C, Miami ........................................................................... San Diego Jeff Ledbetter, OF, Florida State ..................................................................Boston Franklin Stubbs, 1B, Virginia Tech ....................................... Los Angeles Dodgers Dan Plesac, P, NC State ........................................................................Milwaukee Scott Bankhead, P, North Carolina .......................................................Kansas City B.J. Surhoff, C, North Carolina ...............................................................Milwaukee Walt Weiss, SS, North Carolina ................................................................. Oakland Kevin Brown, P, Georgia Tech ...................................................................... Texas Luis Alicea, 2B, Florida State.....................................................................St. Louis Bill Spiers, SS, Clemson .........................................................................Milwaukee Brad DuVall, P, Virginia Tech ...................................................................Baltimore Ty Griffin, 2B, Georgia Tech ............................................................. Chicago Cubs Brad DuVall, P, Virginia Tech ....................................................................St. Louis Eduardo Perez, a1B, Florida State ...........................................................California Paul Shuey, P, North Carolina .................................................................Cleveland Kenneth Felder, OF, Florida State ..........................................................Milwaukee Christopher Roberts, P, Florida State ............................................. New York Mets Charles Johnson, C, Miami...........................................................................Florida Jason Varitek, C, Georgia Tech.............................................................. Minnesota John Wasdin, P, Florida State ................................................................... Oakland Paul Wilson, P, Florida State .......................................................... New York Mets Nomar Garciaparra, SS, Georgia Tech ........................................................Boston Jason Varitek, C, Georgia Tech....................................................................Seattle Bret Wagner, P, Wake Forest ....................................................................St. Louis Brian Buchanan, 1B, Virginia .................................................... New York Yankees Jay Payton, OF, Georgia Tech ....................................................... New York Mets David Miller, 1B, Clemson .......................................................................Cleveland Jonathan Johnson, P, Florida State............................................................... Texas David Yocum, P, Florida State.............................................. Los Angeles Dodgers Kris Benson, P, Clemson .........................................................................Pittsburgh Billy Koch, P, Clemson ............................................................................... Toronto Seth Greisinger, P, Virginia .......................................................................... Detroit Eric Milton, P, Maryland ............................................................ New York Yankees Corey Lee, P, NC State ................................................................................. Texas J.D. Drew, OF, Florida State................................................................ Philadelphia Mark Fischer, OF, Georgia Tech ..................................................................Boston Matthew LeCroy, C, Clemson ................................................................. Minnesota Denny Wagner, P, Virginia Tech ............................................................... Oakland Pat Burrell, 1B, Miami .......................................................................... Philadelphia J.D. Drew, OF, Florida State......................................................................St. Louis Kyle Snyder, RHP, North Carolina........................................................Kansas City Mike Paradis, RHP, Clemson ...................................................................Baltimore Mike MacDougal, RHP, Wake Forest ...................................................Kansas City Nick Stocks, RHP, Florida State ...................................................................Seattle Mike Bynum, LHP, North Carolina .......................................................... San Diego Tyrell Godwin, OF, North Carolina................................................................. Texas John-Ford Griffin, OF, Florida State ......................................... New York Yankees Mark Teixeira, 3B, Georgia Tech ................................................................... Texas Richard Lewis, 2B, Georgia Tech .................................................................Atlanta Khalil Greene, SS, Clemson ................................................................... San Diego Russ Adams, SS, North Carolina ............................................................... Toronto John McCurdy, SS, Maryland ..................................................................... Toronto Joe Saunders, P, Virginia Tech .................................................................Anaheim Kyle Sleeth, RHP, Wake Forest.................................................................... Detroit Matt Murton, OF, Georgia Tech ....................................................................Boston Stephen Drew, SS, Florida State .................................................................Arizona Chris Lambert, P, Boston College .............................................................St. Louis Ryan Zimmerman, 3B, Virginia .............................................................Washington Ryan Braun, 3B, Miami ...........................................................................Milwaukee Cesar Carrillo, P, Miami .......................................................................... San Diego Joey Devine, P, NC State .............................................................................Atlanta Tyler Greene, SS, Georgia Tech ...............................................................St. Louis Andrew Miller, P, North Carolina .................................................................. Detroit Tyler Colvin, OF, Clemson................................................................ Chicago Cubs Matt Antonelli, 3B, Wake Forest ............................................................. San Diego Daniel Bard, P, North Carolina .....................................................................Boston Daniel Moskos, P, Clemson.....................................................................Pittsburgh Matt Wieters, C, Georgia Tech .................................................................Baltimore Andrew Brackman, P, NC State ............................................... New York Yankees Buster Posey, C, Florida State .........................................................San Francisco Yoder Alonso, 1B, Miami ......................................................................... Cincinnati Jemile Weeks, 2B, Miami .......................................................................... Oakland Allan Dykstra, 1B, Wake Forest ............................................................. San Diego Carlos Gutierrez, P ................................................................................. Minnesota Dustin Ackley, 1B, North Carolina ................................................................Seattle Tony Sanchez, C, Boston College ...........................................................Pittsburgh Alex White, P, North Carolina ..................................................................Cleveland

Florida State ...................................................................................................17 Georgia Tech .................................................................................................12 North Carolina ................................................................................................12 Clemson .........................................................................................................10 Miami................................................................................................................9 Virginia Tech ....................................................................................................5 Wake Forest .....................................................................................................5 NC State...........................................................................................................4 Maryland ..........................................................................................................3 Virginia .............................................................................................................3 Boston College .................................................................................................2

2009 Major League Baseball Draft Rd. 1 1 1 1A 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 6 7 8 8 8 10 12 12 14 17 18 18 18 19 20 20 20 21 21 22 22 23 26 28 29 29 32 33 36 37 37 38 38 40 41 41 41 46 46 46 47 48 48

Pick Player, School Team 2 Dustin Ackley (1B-OF), North Carolina .............................Seattle 4 Tony Sanchez (C), Boston College ..............................Pittsburgh 15 Alex White (RHP), North Carolina ................................ Cleveland 45 Mike Belfiore (1B-LHP), Boston College ..........................Arizona 82 Kyle Seager (IF), North Carolina .......................................Seattle 90 Ben Paulsen (1B), Clemson .......................................... Colorado 119 Mark Fleury (C), North Carolina ................................... Cincinnati 122 Chris Dwyer (LHP), Clemson ....................................Kansas City 135 Adam Warren (RHP), North Carolina .............New York Yankees 144 Jason Hagerty (1B-C), Miami ...................................... San Diego 159 Ryan Jackson (SS), Miami ............................................. St. Louis 163 Kyle Bellamy (RHP), Miami ............................Chicago White Sox 166 D’Vontrey Richardson (OF), Florida State .................. Milwaukee 192 Chris Herrmann (IF-OF), Miami .................................. Minnesota 203 Brian Moran (LHP), North Carolina ...................................Seattle 233 Jimmy Gillheeney (LHP), NC State ...................................Seattle 234 Nate Freiman (1B), Duke ............................................ San Diego 249 Jason Stidham (2B), Florida State ................................. St. Louis 294 Ryan Hinson (LHP), Clemson ..................................... San Diego 353 Andrew Carraway (RHP), Virginia .....................................Seattle 356 Steve Bumbry (OF), Virginia Tech ................................Baltimore 435 Graham Stoneburner (RHP), Clemson ..........New York Yankees 516 Andrew Wolcott (RHP), Duke...........................................Arizona 551 JB MacDonald (RHP), Boston College ...........................Houston 553 Phil Negus (RHP), Wake Forest ....................Chicago White Sox 560 Matt Williams (C), Duke .........................................Chicago Cubs 595 Luke Murton (OF), Georgia Tech ...................New York Yankees 598 Jeff Lorick (LHP), Virginia .................................................Atlanta 618 Alex Hassan (RHP-OF). Duke ..........................................Boston 620 Eric Erickson (LHP), Miami ....................................Chicago Cubs 635 Jeff Rowland (OF), Georgia Tech ................................ Cleveland 641 Barry Butera (IF-OF), Boston College .............................Houston 664 Sam Brown (RHP), NC State ............................................. Texas 674 Zach Von Tersh (RHP), Georgia Tech .................New York Mets 697 Jimmy Marshall (RHP), Florida State .........Los Angeles Dodgers 781 Rhett Ballard (RHP), Virginia Tech ............................... Colorado 841 Dave DiNatale (OF), Miami ........................................... Colorado 864 Robert Poutier (LHP). Virginia..................................... San Diego 883 Tony Delk (RHP), Clemson ............................Chicago White Sox 965 Mike Packer (LHP), Virginia ......................................... Cleveland 1010 John Lambert (LHP). NC State ..............................Chicago Cubs 1086 Mike Freeman (IF), Clemson ...........................................Arizona 1113 Colin Bates (RHP), North Carolina ..................................Oakland 1122 David Gutierrez (RHP), Miami ..................................... Minnesota 1132 Christopher Manno (LHP), Duke ............................... Washington 1153 A.J. Casario (OF), Maryland ..........................Chicago White Sox 1206 Tim Sherlock (OF-LHP), Duke .........................................Arizona 1225 Tyler Cannon (SS), Virginia .........................................Pittsburgh 1231 Matt Sanders (IF), Clemson .......................................... Colorado 1248 Kyle Rutter (RHP), NC State .............................................Boston 1376 Scott Swinson (RHP), Maryland....................................Baltimore 1395 Tony Plagman (1B), Georgia Tech ................New York Yankees 1400 Glenn Cook (OF), Miami* .......................................Chicago Cubs 1407 Michael Ness (RHP), Duke ................................... San Francisco 1441 Clinton McKinney (RHP), Clemson ............................... Colorado 1443 Addison Johnson (OF), Clemson ....................................Oakland

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ACC Draft PIcks (1989-2009) School Boston College Clemson Duke Florida State Georgia Tech Maryland Miami North Carolina NC State Virginia Virginia Tech Wake Forest ACC Totals

’89 (1) 5 1 (3) 5 2 (4) 3 1 2 (3) 1 20

’90 (2) 7 2 (7) 5 2 (3) 2 1 2 (3) 3 24

’91 (1) 2 1 (6) 6 1 (5) 0 3 3 (0) 2 18

’92 (0) 6 2 6 5 2 (5) 4 5 3 (2) 2 35

’93 ’94 ’95 (2) (2) (1) 4 5 7 3 3 1 4 5 10 2 6 2 1 2 0 (4) (9) (10) 4 1 2 4 5 4 3 2 0 (1) (0) (0) 0 2 4 25 31 30

’96 (1) 8 4 3 5 3 (13) 1 2 2 (4) 3 31

’97 (0) 2 1 6 6 1 (7) 2 5 3 (2) 2 28

’98 (1) 2 2 4 6 1 (7) 1 5 1 (1) 1 23

’99 (2) 6 4 4 3 3 (5) 3 4 1 (1) 4 32

’00 ’01 (2) (2) 3 3 0 1 4 2 1 8 0 0 (5) (11) 7 0 0 4 3 2 (2) (1) 4 4 22 24

’02 (2) 8 2 3 6 4 (7) 4 2 4 (1) 1 34

’03 (0) 1 1 8 4 1 (1) 6 7 0 (1) 5 33

’04 (5) 8 2 5 10 4 (6) 4 3 4 (2) 1 41

’05 (5) 5 0 3 5 3 9 2 3 4 1 2 37

’06 4 10 0 5 7 2 7 4 8 2 0 1 50

’07 2 11 3 8 10 3 6 6 4 6 1 3 63

’08 3 3 1 7 7 1 8 6 9 6 0 3 54

’09 4 9 7 3 4 2 8 7 4 5 2 1 56

Overall Total 42 115 41 106 113 46 140 71 83 58 28 49 892

(#) non-ACC member

No. 1 Overall Draft Picks Dating back to the beginning of the Major League Baseball Draft in 1965, four student-athletes representing the current 12-member ACC schools were selected as the No. 1 overall pick. The ACC’s first No. 1 overall draftee was North Carolina’s B.J. Surhoff, who was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in 1985. Year Name, School 1985 1994 1996 1998

B.J. Surhoff, UNC Paul Wilson, FSU Kris Benson, CU Pat Burrell, Miami

Team Milwaukee Brewers New York Mets Pittsburgh Pirates Philadelphia Phillies

Noting the MLB Draft... With three first-round selections in the 2009 Major League Baseball Draft, the ACC extended its streak with at least one student-athlete selected in the first round to 18 consecutive years (1992-2009). It also marked the eighth time in the last nine years that the league had multiple picks in the first round. Clemson led all ACC schools in overall selections with nine, followed by Miami with eight. In addition to three first-round selections (North Carolina’s Dustin Ackley, Boston College’s Tony Sanchez and UNC’s Alex White), BC’s Mike Belifiore was a 1A round selection.

Draft Highs (since 1989) School

Year

No.

Miami ..................................... 1996 ...... 13 Clemson ................................ 2007 ...... 11 Florida State .......................... 1995 ...... 10 Georgia Tech ............... 2004, 2007 ...... 10 NC State ................................ 2008 ........ 9 North Carolina ....................... 2000 ........ 7 Virginia......................... 2007, 2008 ........ 6 Boston College ............ 2004, 2005 ........ 5 Wake Forest .......................... 2003 ........ 5 Duke ............................ 1996, 1999 ........ 4 Maryland ...................... 2002, 2004 ........ 4 Virginia Tech.......................... 1996 ........ 4

Players in the Majors

A Look Back at the 2008 MLB Draft Rd/Pk

1/5 1/7 1/12 1/23 1/27 2/66 2/72 3/101 3/106 4/129 5/146 5/149 5/152 5/160 6/177 6/187 7/227 7/231 7/232 8/234 8/254 8/258 9/270 10/320 11/331 13/398 13/410 14/422 14/436 17/513 18/543 18/558 19/564 20/616 21/647 24/719 26/786 26/798 27/808 28/843 29/869 31/924 33/1,008 34/1,014 34/1,039 34/1,040 35/1,049 36/1,101 37/1,106 37/1,110 39/1,191 40/1,214 42/1,258 44/1,339

Name, School

Team

Buster Posey (C), Florida State ......................................... San Francisco Yonder Alonso (1B), Miami ....................................................... Cincinnati Jemile Weeks (2B), Miami ...........................................................Oakland Allan Dykstra (1B), Wake Forest.............................................. San Diego Carlos Gutierrez (RHP), Miami .................................................Minnesota Dennis Raben (OF), Miami ............................................................Seattle Charlie Blackmon (OF), Georgia Tech........................................Colorado Blake Tekotte (OF), Miami ....................................................... San Diego David Adams (2B), Virginia .........................................New York Yankees Mark Sobolewski (3B), Miami .......................................................Toronto Greg Miclat (SS), Virginia ..........................................................Baltimore Clayton Shunick (RHP), NC State ............................................ Cincinnati David Duncan (LHP), Georgia Tech ............................................Houston Jacob Thompson (RHP), Virginia ..................................................Atlanta Eric Surkamp (LHP), NC State .......................................... San Francisco Tony Delmonico (SS), Florida State ..................................... L A Dodgers Dan Houston (RHP), Boston College..........................................Colorado Tim Fedroff (OF), North Carolina .............................................. Cleveland Tim Federowicz (C), North Carolina ..............................................Boston Jeremy Farrell (1B), Virginia .....................................................Pittsburgh Eric Campbell (3B), Boston College .................................New York Mets Pat McAnaney (LHP), Virginia ......................................................Arizona Ryan Strauss (RHP), Florida State .............................Chicago White Sox D.J. Mitchell (RHP), Clemson .....................................New York Yankees Marcus Jones (OF), NC State................................................ Washington Rob Wooten (RHP), North Carolina ......................................... Milwaukee Jack Rye (OF), Florida State ......................................New York Yankees Chris Hicks (RHP), Georgia Tech ................................................Houston Michael Schwimer (RHP), Virginia .........................................Philadelphia Dennis Guinn (1B), Florida State .................................................... Texas Doug Hogan (C), Clemson.............................................................. Texas Sam Brown (RHP). NC State ........................................................Arizona Jason Haniger (C), Georgia Tech .............................................Pittsburgh Eryk McConnell (RHP), NC State ..........................................Philadelphia Tim Trice (RHP), North Carolina .................................................Colorado Enrique Garcia (RHP), Miami ................................................... Cincinnati Adan Severino (OF), Miami ......................................................Minnesota Alex Sogard (LHP), NC State .......................................................Arizona Elih Villanueva (RHP), Florida State .............................................. Florida Nate Freiman (1B), Duke ................................................................ Texas Ben Hunter (RHP), Wake Forest .............................................. Cincinnati Ryan Hinson (LHP), Clemson ...................................................Pittsburgh Luke Murton (1B/OF), Georgia Tech ............................................Arizona Matt Payne (OF), NC State .......................................................Pittsburgh Drew Taylor (LHP), NC State.................................... Los Angeles Angels Brad Rulon (RHP), Georgia Tech ...............................New York Yankees Matt Fairel (LHP), Florida State .............................................. Cinncinnati Adam Warren (RHP), North Carolina........................................ Cleveland Chad Durakis (C), Maryland ......................................................Baltimore Terry Doyle (RHP), Boston College ............................Chicago White Sox Eddie Burns (RHP), Georgia Tech............................................ Cleveland Seth Williams (OF), North Carolina...................................New York Mets Larry Synan (OF), NC State........................................................... Florida Evan Ocheltree (OF), Wake Forest ............................New York Yankees

Boston College Joe Casey, OF Detroit Tigers ..........................1909-1911 Washington Senators ......................1918 Joe Coleman, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1946-53 Baltimore Orioles ........................1953-54 Pat Creeden, 2B Boston Red Sox...............................1931 Bill DeKoning, C New York Giants..............................1945 Steve Dignan, OF Boston Red Caps ............................1880 Ed Gallagher, P Boston Red Sox...............................1932 Tom Gunning, C Boston Beaneaters .....................1884-88 Philadelphia Athletics .................1888-89 Andy Harrington, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1913 Hub Hart, C Chicago White Sox .....................1905-07 Ike Kamp, P Boston Braves ............................1924-25 Brian Looney, P Montreal Expos.......................1993-1994 Boston Red Sox...............................1995 Charlie Maloney, P Boston Braves .................................1908 Jud McLaughlin, P Boston Red Sox..........................1931-33 Dinny McNamara, P Boston Braves ............................1927-28 Lennie Merullo, SS Chicago Cubs .............................1941-47

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:: Freddie Moncewicz, SS Boston Red Sox...............................1928 Joe Morgan, UT Milwaukee Braves ...........................1959 Kansas City Athletics .......................1959 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1960 Cleveland Indians .......................1960-61 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1964 Eddie Pellagrini, IF Boston Red Sox..........................1946-47 St. Louis Browns.........................1948-49 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1951 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1952 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1953-54 Eddie Phillips, C Boston Braves .................................1924 Detroit Tigers ...................................1929 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1931 New York Yankees ..........................1932 Washington Senators ......................1934 Cleveland Indians ............................1935 Mike Roarke, C Detroit Tigers ..............................1961-64 Emil Roy, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1933 Jimmy Ryan, UT Chicago Cubs .........................1885-1900 Washington Senators .................1902-03 John Shea, P Boston Red Sox...............................1928 Jack Slattery, 1B/C Boston Red Sox...............................1901 Cleveland Indians ............................1903 Chicago White Sox ..........................1903 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1906 Washington Senators ......................1909 Andy Spognardi, IF Boston Red Sox...............................1932

Kris Benson, P Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1999-04 New York Mets ...........................2004-05 Baltimore Orioles .............................2006 Texas Rangers ................................2009

Billy McMillon, OF Florida Marlins ............................1996-97 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1997 Detroit Tigers ..............................2000-01 Oakland Athletics..................2001, 03-04

Keith Williams, OF San Francisco Giants ......................1996

Jason Berken, P Baltimore Orioles .............................2009

Mike Milchin, P Minnesota Twins..............................1996 Baltimore Orioles .............................1996

Duke

Jerry Brooks, C Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1993 Mike Brown, P Boston Red Sox..........................1982-86 Seattle Mariners ..............................1987 Ty Cline, OF Cleveland Indians .......................1960-62 Milwaukee Braves ......................1963-66 Atlanta Braves ............................1967-68 Montreal Expos...........................1969-70 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1970-71 Tyler Colvin, OF Chicago Cubs ..................................2009 John Curtis, P Boston Red Sox..........................1970-73 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1974-76 San Francisco Giants .................1977-79 San Diego Padres ......................1980-82 California Angels ........................1982-84 Mark Davidson, OF Minnesota Twins.........................1986-88 Houston Astros ...........................1989-91 Rusty Gerhardt, P San Diego Padres ...........................1974 Khalil Greene, SS San Diego Padres ......................2003-08 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................2009 Bert Heffernan, C Seattle Mariners ..............................1992

Asa Stratton, SS Worcester Ruby Legs ......................1881

Mike Holtz, P California Angels .............................1996 Anaheim Angels .........................1997-01 Oakland Athletics.............................2002 San Diego Padres ...........................2002 Boston Red Sox...............................2006

Allie Strobel, UT Boston Braves ............................1905-06

Steven Jackson, P Pittsburgh Pirates ............................2009

Luke Urban, C Boston Braves ............................1927-28

Jimmy Key, P Toronto Blue Jays.......................1984-92 New York Yankees .....................1993-96 Baltimore Orioles ........................1997-98

Tom Stankard, IF Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1904

Bill Vargas, P Boston Braves ............................1925-26

Shane Monahan, OF Seattle Mariners .........................1998-99 Ron Musselman, P Seattle Mariners ..............................1982 Toronto Blue Jays.......................1984-85 Billy O’Dell, P Baltimore Orioles ..................1954, 56-59 San Francisco Giants .................1960-64 Milwaukee Braves ...........................1965 Atlanta Braves .................................1966 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1966-67 John Pawlowski, P Chicago White Sox .....................1988-89

Bill Schroeder, C Milwaukee Brewers ....................1983-88 California Angels ........................1989-90 Kurt Seibert, SS Chicago Cubs ..................................1979 Danny Scheaffer, C Boston Red Sox...............................1987 Cleveland Indians ............................1989 Colorado Rockies .......................1993-94 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1995-97 Tony Sipp, P Cleveland Indians ............................2009 Vet Sitton, P Cleveland Naps ...............................1909 Brian Snyder, P Seattle Mariners ..............................1985 Oakland Athletics.............................1989 Bill Spiers, SS Milwaukee Brewers ....................1989-94 New York Mets ................................1995 Houston Astros ...........................1996-01

Brian Kowitz, OF Atlanta Braves .................................1995

Frank Wilson, OF Boston Braves ........................1924-1926

Joe Landrum, P Brooklyn Dodgers ......................1950, 52

Ken Vining, P Chicago White Sox ..........................2001

Clemson

Matthew LeCroy, C Minnesota Twins...............2000-05, 2008 Washington Nationals......................2006

Denny Walling, 1B Oakland Athletics........................1975-76 Houston Astros .....................1977-88, 92 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1988-91 Texas Rangers ................................1991

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Chris Capuano, P Arizona Diamondbacks....................2003 Milwaukee Brewers ....................2004-07 Gordy Coleman, 1B Cleveland Indians ............................1959 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1960-67

Claude Corbitt, IF Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1945 Cincinnati Reds .....................1946,48-49

Al Weston, P Boston Braves .................................1929

Norm McMillan, 3B New York Yankees ..........................1922 Boston Red Sox...............................1923 St. Louis Browns..............................1924 Chicago Cubs .............................1928-29

Bobby Brower, OF Texas Rangers ...........................1986-88 New York Yankees ..........................1989

Flint Rhem, P St. Louis Cardinals ...1924-28, 30-32,34, 36 Philadelphia Phillies....................1932-33 Boston Braves ............................1934-35

Tim Teufel, 2B Minnesota Twins.........................1983-85 New York Mets ...........................1986-91 San Diego Padres ......................1992-93

Brian Barnes, P Montreal Expos...........................1990-93 Cleveland Indians ............................1994 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1994

Samuel (Bill) Bell, P Pittsburgh Pirates ...................1952,1955

Bobby Coombs, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1933 New York Giants..............................1943

Billy Koch, P Toronto Blue Jays.......................1999-01 Oakland Athletics.............................2002 Chicago White Sox .....................2003-04 Florida Marlins .................................2004

John McMakin, P Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1902

Wayne Ambler, SS Philadelphia Athletics .................1937-39

Chuck Porter, P Milwaukee Brewers ....................1981-85

Eddie Waitkus, 1B Chicago Cubs .......................1941, 46-48 Philadelphia Phillies....................1949-53 Baltimore Orioles .............................1954

Jeff Baker, 3B Colorado Rockies .......................2005-09 Chicagp Cubs ..................................2009

Scott Winchester, P Cincinnati Reds .............. 1997-98, 00-01

Harold Stowe, P New York Yankees ..........................1960

Matt White, P Boston Red Sox...............................2003 Seattle Mariners ..............................2003 Washington Nationals......................2005

John Courtright, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1995 Brandon Davis, OF Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1952-53 Lawrence (Crash) Davis, 2B Philadelphia Athletics .................1940-42 Ron Davis, OF Houston Colt 45’s ............................1962 Houston Astros ...........................1966-68 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1968 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1969 Alfred (Chubby) Dean, 1B/P Philadelphia Athletics .................1936-41 Cleveland Indians .......................1941-43 Mort Flohr, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1934 Lee Griffeth, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1946 Dick Groat, SS Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1952-62 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1963-65 Philadelphia Phillies....................1966-67 San Francisco Giants ......................1967 Ryan Jackson, IF Florida Marlins .................................1998 Seattle Mariners ..............................1999 Detroit Tigers ..............................2001-02 Richard Johnson, OF Chicago Cubs ..................................1958 Austin Knickerbocker, OF Philadelphia Athletics ......................1947 Wade Lefler, OF Boston Braves .................................1924 Washington Senators ......................1924 Wes Livengood, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1939 Bill McCahan, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1946-49


ACC Players in the Majors Quinton McCracken, OF Colorado Rockies .......................1995-97 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............1998-00 Minnesota Twins..............................2001 Arizona Diamondbacks...............2002-05 Seattle Mariners ..............................2004 Cincinnati Reds ...............................2006 Tim McKeithan, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1932-34 Pete Naktenis, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1936 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1939 Ron Northey, OF Philadelphia Phillies .....1942-44, 46-47, 57 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1947-49 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1950 Chicago Cubs ............................1950, 52 Chicago White Sox .....................1955-57 Clarence (Ace) Parker, IF Philadelphia A’s ..........................1937-38 John Poff, OF Philadelphia Phillies.........................1979 Milwaukee Brewers .........................1980 Scott Schoeneweis, P Anaheim Angels .........................1999-03 Chicago White Sox .....................2003-04 Toronto Blue Jays............................2005 Cincinnati Reds ...............................2006 New York Mets ................................2008 Arizona Diamondbacks....................2009

Boston Red Sox...............................1995 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1996 Anaheim Angels ..............................1997 Texas Rangers ...........................1998-00 Kansas City Royals ....................2001-02

John-Ford Griffin, DH Toronto Blue Jays......................2005, 07

Cleveland Indians ............................2006 Seattle Mariners ..............................2006 Buster Posey, C San Francisco Giants ...........................2009

Roger Bailey, P Colorado Rockies .......................1995-97

John Grubb, OF San Diego Padres ......................1972-76 Cleveland Indians .......................1977-78 Texas Rangers ...........................1978-82 Detroit Tigers ..............................1983-87

Juan Bonilla, 2B San Diego Padres ......................1981-83 New York Yankees ....................1985, 87 Baltimore Orioles .............................1986

Dick Howser, SS Kansas City Athletics ..................1961-63 Cleveland Indians .......................1963-66 New York Yankees .....................1967-68

Rafael Bournigal, SS Los Angeles Dodgers .................1992-94 Oakland Athletics........................1996-98 Seattle Mariners ..............................1999

Jonathan Johnson, P Texas Rangers .......................1998-2001 San Diego Padres ...........................2002 Houston Astros ................................2003

Chris Brock, P Atlanta Braves .................................1997 San Francisco.............................1998-99 Philadelphia Phillies....................2000-01 Baltimore Orioles .............................2002

Hunter Jones, P Boston Red Sox...............................2009

Randy Brown, C California Angels ........................1969-70 Kevin Cash, C Toronto Blue Jays.......................2002-04 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ....................2005 Boston Red Sox..........................2007-08 New York Yankees ..........................2009 Ron Cash, 1B Detroit Tigers ..............................1973-74

Terry Kennedy, C St. Louis Cardinals .....................1978-80 San Diego Padres ......................1981-86 Baltimore Orioles ........................1987-88 San Francisco Giants .................1989-91 Rick Langford, P Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1976 Oakland Athletics........................1977-86 Richie Lewis, P Baltimore Orioles .......................1992, 98 Florida Marlins ............................1993-95 Detroit Tigers ...................................1996 Oakland Athletics.............................1997 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1997 Cleveland Indians ............................2000

Eddie Shokes, 1B Cincinnati Reds ......................1941,1946

Randy Choate, P New York Yankees .....................2000-03 Arizona Diamondbacks...............2004-06 Milwaukee Brewers .........................2007 Tampa Bay Rays .............................2009

David Smith, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1938-39

Daniel Davidson, P Los Angeles Angels .........................2009

Mickey Lopez, 2B Seattle Mariners ..............................2004

Al Spangler, OF Milwaukee Braves ......................1959-61 Houston Colt 45’s .......................1962-64 Houston Astros ................................1965 California Angels ........................1965-66 Chicago Cubs .............................1967-71

Tim Davis, P Seattle Mariners .........................1994-97

Mike Loynd, P Texas Rangers ...........................1986-87

Matt Diaz, OF Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2003-04 Kansas City Royals .........................2005 Atlanta Braves ............................2006-09

Jim Lyttle, OF New York Yankees .....................1969-71 Chicago White Sox ..........................1972 Montreal Expos...........................1973-76 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1976

Frank Seward, P New York Yankees .....................1943-44

Roy Talcott, P Boston Braves .................................1943 Eric Tipton, OF Philadelphia Athletics .................1939-41 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1942-45

J.D. Drew, OF St. Louis Cardinals .................1998-2003 Atlanta Braves .................................2004 Los Angeles Dodgers .................2005-06 Boston Red Sox..........................2007-09

Mike Trombley, P Minnesota Twins.........................1992-99 Baltimore Orioles ........................2000-01 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................2001 Minnesota Twins..............................2002

Stephen Drew, SS Arizona Diamondbacks.........................2009

Harold (Hal) Wagner, C Philadelphia Athletics ................1937-44 Boston Red Sox....................1944, 46-47 Detroit Tigers ..............................1947-48 Philadelphia Phillies....................1948-49

Craig Eaton, P Kansas City Royals .........................1979

Ken (Hal) Weafer, P Boston Braves .................................1936

Gar Finnvold, P Boston Red Sox...............................1994

Bill Werber, 3B New York Yankees .................1930,1933 Boston Red Sox..........................1933-36 Philadelphia Athletics .................1937-38 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1939-41 New York Giants..............................1942

Mike Fuentes, OF Montreal Expos...........................1983-84

Florida State Luis Alicea, 2B St. Louis Cardinals ...............1988, 91-94

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Matt Dunbar, P Florida Marlins .................................1995

Bien Figueroa, SS St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1992

Mark Gilbert, OF Chicago White Sox ..........................1985 Jeff Gray, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1988 Boston Red Sox..........................1989-91

Carlos Lezcano, OF Chicago Cubs .............................1980-81

Marshall McDougall, 2B/SS/3B/OF Texas Rangers ................................2005 Doug Mientkiewicz, 1B Minnesota Twins.........................1998-04 Boston Red Sox...............................2004 New York Mets ................................2005 Kansas City Royals .........................2006 New York Yankees ..........................2007 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................2008 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................2009 Dave Moates, OF Texas Rangers ...........................1974-76 Jerry Nielson, P New York Yankees ..........................1992 California Angels .............................1993 Dan O’Brien, P St. Louis Cardinals .....................1978-79 Pat Osburn, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1974 Milwaukee Brewers .........................1975 Eduardo Perez, 3B California Angels ........................1993-95 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1996-98 St. Louis Cardinals ......... 1999-00, 02-03 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2004-05

Scott Proctor, P New York Yankees .....................2004-06 Los Angeles Dodgers .................2007-08 Jody Reed, SS Boston Red Sox..........................1988-92 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1993 Milwaukee Brewers .........................1994 San Diego Padres ......................1995-96 Detroit Tigers ...................................1997 Kenny Robinson, P Toronto Blue Jays..................1995, 1997 Kansas City Royals .........................1996 Shane Robinson, OF St. Louis Cardinals ..........................2009 Marc Ronan, C St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1993 Larry Rothschild, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1981-82 Deion Sanders, OF New York Yankees .....................1989-90 Atlanta Braves ............................1991-94 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1994-95 San Francisco Giants ......................1995 Cincinnati Reds .........................1997, 01 Max Scarce, P Philadelphia Phillies....................1972-74 New York Mets ................................1975 Minnesota Twins..............................1978 Craig Skok, P Boston Red Sox...............................1973 Texas Rangers ................................1976 Atlanta Braves ............................1978-79 Paul Sorrento, 1B Minnesota Twins.........................1989-91 Cleveland Indians .......................1992-95 Seattle Mariners .........................1996-97 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............1998-99 Ken Suarez, C Kansas City Royals ....................1966-67 Cleveland Indians .................1968-69, 71 Texas Rangers ...........................1972-73 Jeff Tam, P New York Yankees ..........................1998 New York Mets ................................1999 Cleveland Indians ............................1999 Oakland Athletics........................2000-02 Toronto Blue Jays............................2003 Bruce Tanner, P Chicago White Sox ..........................1985 Stan Thomas, P Texas Rangers ...........................1974-75 Cleveland Indians ............................1976 Seattle Mariners ..............................1977 New York Yankees ..........................1977 John Wasdin, P Oakland Athletics........................1995-96 Boston Red Sox......................1997-2000 Colorado Rockies .......................2000-01 Baltimore Orioles .............................2001 Toronto Blue Jays............................2003 Texas Rangers ...........................2004-06 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................2007 Jim Weaver, OF Detroit Tigers ...................................1985 Seattle Mariners ..............................1987 San Francisco Giants ......................1989

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:: Paul Wilson, P New York Mets ................................1996 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2000-02 Cincinnati Reds ..........................2003-05 Woody Woodward, SS Milwaukee Braves ......................1963-65 Atlanta Braves ............................1966-68 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1968-71

Georgia Tech Tom Angley, C Chicago Cubs ..................................1929 Red Barron, OF Boston Braves .................................1929 Mike Bell, 1B Atlanta Braves ........................1990-1991 Charlie Bishop, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1952-54 Kansas City Athletics .......................1955 Bud Blemker, P Kansas City Athletics .......................1960 Brandon Boggs, OF Texas Rangers ................................1943 Frank Bolick, 3B Montreal Expos................................1993 Anaheim Angels ..............................1998 Darren Bragg, OF Seattle Mariners .........................1994-96 Boston Red Sox..........................1996-98 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1999 Colorado Rockies ............................2000 New York Mets ................................2001 Atlanta Braves ............................2002-03 Cincinnati Reds ...............................2004 San Diego Padres ...........................2004 Kevin Brown, P Texas Rangers .....................1986, 88-94 Baltimore Orioles .............................1995 Florida Marlins ............................1996-97 San Diego Padres ...........................1998 Los Angeles Dodgers .................1999-03 New York Yankees .....................2004-05 Marlin Byrd, OF Philadelphia Phillies....................2002-05 Washington Nationals.................2005-06 Texas Rangers ...........................2007-09 Bill Calhoun, P Boston Braves .................................1913 Lew Carpenter, P Washington Senators ......................1943 Doug Creek, P St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1995 San Francisco Giants .................1996-97 Chicago Cubs ..................................1999 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2000-02 Seattle Mariners ..............................2002 Toronto Blue Jays............................2003 Detroit Tigers ...................................2005 Ed Crowley, OF Washington Senators ......................1928 Claud Derrick, SS Philadelphia ............................1910-1912 New York .........................................1913 Cincinnati/Chicago...........................1914 Todd Dunn, OF Milwaukee Brewers .........................1997

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David Elder, P Cleveland Indians .......................2002-03

Jason Perry, OF Atlanta Braves .................................2008

Bob Ferris, P California Angels ........................1978-80

Bill Fincher, P St. Louis Browns..............................1916

Mark Pisciotta, P Chicago Cubs .........................1997-1999 Kansas City Royals .........................1999

Archibald (Moonlight) Graham, OF New York Giants........... 1905 (also UNC)

Nomar Garciaparra, SS/1B Boston Red Sox..........................1996-04 Chicago Cubs .............................2004-05 Los Angeles Dodgers .................2006-08 Oakland Athletics.............................2009 Jim Hearn, P St. Louis Cardinals .....................1947-50 New York Giants.........................1950-56 Philadelphia Phillies....................1957-59 Weldon Henley, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1903-05 Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1907 Riccardo Ingram, OF Detroit Tigers ...................................1994 Minnesota Twins..............................1995 Dick Jones, P Washington Senators .................1926-27 Scott Jordan, OF Cleveland Indians ............................1988 Ed Lafitte, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1909-12 Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1914-15 Buffalo Buffeds ................................1915 Russ Lyon, OF Cleveland Indians ............................1944 Marty Marion, SS St. Louis Cardinals .....................1940-50 St. Louis Browns.........................1952-53 Erskine Mayer, P Phialdelphia Phillies....................1912-18 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1918-19 Chicago White Sox ..........................1919 Sam Mayer Washington Senators ......................1915 Tom McMillan, SS Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1908-10 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1910 New York Yankees ..........................1912 Matt Murton, OF Chicago Cubs .............................2005-08 Oakland Athletics.............................2008 Colorado Rockies ............................2009 David Newhan, IF San Diego Padres ......................1999-00 Philadelphia Phillies....................2000-01 Baltimore Orioles ........................2004-05 New York Mets ................................2007 Houston Astros ................................2008 Micah Owings, P Arizona Diamondbacks...............2007-09 Cincinnati Reds ..........................2008-09 Joe Palmisano, OF Philadelphia Athletics ......................1931 Eric Patterson, OF Chicago Cubs .............................2007-08 Oakland Athletics........................2008-09 Jay Payton, OF New York Mets ...........................1998-02 Colorado Rockies .......................2002-03 San Diego Padres ...........................2004 Boston Red Sox...............................2005 Oakland Athletics........................2005-06 Baltimore Orioles ........................2007-08

Jim Poole, P Los Angeles Dodgers .................1990-91 Texas Rangers ................................1991 Baltimore Orioles ........................1991-94 Cleveland Indians.......... 1995, 1998-99, 00 San Francisco Giants .................1996-98 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1999 Detroit Tigers ...................................2000 Montreal Expos................................2000 Del Pratt, 2B St. Louis Browns.........................1912-17 New York Yankees .....................1918-20 Boston Red Sox..........................1921-23 Detroit Tigers ..............................1923-24 Bobby Reeves, IF Washington Senators .................1926-28 Boston Red Sox..........................1929-31 Brad Rigby, P Oakland Athletics.......................1997, 99 Kansas City Royals ....................1999-00 Montreal Expos................................2000 Bill Strickland, P St. Louis Browns..............................1937 Mark Teixeira, 1B Texas Rangers ...........................2003-06 Atlanta Braves ............................2007-08 Los Angeles Angels .........................2008 New York Yankees ..........................2009 Bob Tillman, C Boston Red Sox..........................1962-67 New York Yankees ..........................1967 Atlanta Braves ............................1968-70 Cory Vance, P Colorado Rockies .......................2002-03 Jason Varitek, C Boston Red Sox..........................1997-09 Frank Waddey, IF St. Louis Browns..............................1931 Kris Wilson, P Kansas City Royals ....................2000-03 New York Yankees ..........................2006

Roy Heiser, P Washington Senators ......................1961 Buck Herzog, IF New York Giants ......... 1908-09, 11-13, 16-17 Boston Braves ................ 1910-11, 18-19 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1914-16 Chicago Cubs .............................1919-20 Gene Hiser, OF Chicago Cubs .............................1971-75 Vic Keen, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1918 Chicago Cubs .............................1921-25 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1926-27 Charlie Keller, OF New York Yankees ... 1939-43, 45-49, 52 Detroit Tigers ..............................1950-51 Hal Keller, C Washington Senators ...........1949-50, 52 Ray Knode, 1B Cleveland Indians .......................1923-26 Mike Knode, OF St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1920 Eric Milton, P Minnesota Twins.........................1998-03 Philadelphia Phillies.........................2004 Cincinnati Reds ..........................2005-08 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................2009 Simon Nicholls, SS Detroit Tigers ...................................1903 Philadelphia Athletics .................1906-09 Cleveland Indians ............................1910 Jim Norris, OF Cleveland Indians .......................1977-79 Texas Rangers ................................1980 Sherry Robertson, OF/IF Washington Senators . 1940-41, 43, 46-52 Philadelphia Athletics ......................1952

Whit Wyatt, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1929-33 Chicago White Sox .....................1933-36 Cleveland Indians ............................1937 Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1939-44 Philadelphia Athletics ......................1945

Jeff Schaefer, SS Chicago White Sox ..........................1989 Seattle Mariners .........................1990-92 Oakland Athletics.............................1994

Maryland

Steve Schmoll, P Los Angeles Dodgers ......................2005

William (Bosey) Berger, IF Cleveland Indians ..............1932,1935-36 Chicago White Sox .....................1937-38 Boston Red Sox...............................1939

Ron Swoboda, OF New York Mets ...........................1965-70 Montreal Expos................................1971 New York Yankees .....................1971-73

Tom Bradley, P California Angels ........................1969-70 Chicago White Sox .....................1971-72 San Francisco Giants .................1973-75

Miami

Tom Brown, OF Washington Senators ......................1963 Mark Ciardi, P Milwaukee Brewers .........................1987

Mike Armstrong, P San Diego Padres ......................1980-81 Kansas City Royals ....................1982-83 New York Yankees .....................1984-86 Cleveland Indians ............................1987 Dave Berg, SS Florida Marlins ........................1998-2001 Toronto Blue Jays .......................2002-04


ACC Players in the Majors Warren Bogle, P Oakland Athletics.............................1968 Tony Brewer, OF Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1984 Pat Burrell, OF Philadelphia Phillies....................2000-08 Tampa Bay Rays .............................2009 Alex Cora, 2B Los Angeles Dodgers .............1998-2004 Cleveland Indians ............................2005 Boston Red Sox..........................2005-08 New York Mets ................................2009 Jorge Fabregas, C California/Anaheim Angels .........1994-97 Chicago White Sox ..........................1997 Arizona Diamondbacks....................1998 New York Mets ................................1998 Florida Marlins .................................1999 Atlanta Braves .................................1999 Kansas City Royals .........................2000 Anaheim Angels .........................2001-02 Milwaukee Brewers .........................2002 Alex Fernandez, P Chicago White Sox .....................1990-96 Florida Marlins ............................1997-00 John Fulgham, P St. Louis Cardinals .....................1979-80 Gus Gandarillas, P Milwaukee Brewers .........................2001 Orlando Gonzalez, 1B Cleveland Indians ............................1976 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1978 Oakland Athletics.............................1980 Joe Grahe, P California Angels ........................1990-94 Colorado Rockies ............................1995 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1999 Danny Graves, P Cleveland Indians .................1996-97, 06 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1997-05 New York Mets ................................2005 Neal Heaton, P Cleveland Indians .......................1982-86 Minnesota Twins..............................1986 Montreal Expos...........................1987-88 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1989-91 Kansas City Royals .........................1992 Milwaukee Brewers .........................1992 New York Yankees ..........................1993

Ross Jones, SS New York Mets ................................1984 Seattle Mariners ..............................1986 Kansas City Royals .........................1987 Ryan Karp, P Philadelphia Phillies...................1995, 97 Kurt Knudsen, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1992-94 Wayne Krenchicki, 3B Baltimore Orioles ........................1979-81 Cincinnati Reds .......... 1982-83, 1984-85 Detroit Tigers ...................................1983 Montreal Expos................................1986 Jim Maler, 1B Seattle Mariners .........................1981-83 Mike Metcalfe, OF Los Angeles Dodgers ................1998, 00 Jason Michaels, OF Philadelphia Phillies....................2001-05 Cleveland Indians .......................2006-07 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................2008 Oscar Munoz, P Minnesota Twins..............................1995 Michael Neu, P Oakland Athletics.............................2003 Seattle Mariners ..............................2004 Mike Pagliarulo, 3B New York Yankees .....................1984-89 San Diego Padres ......................1989-90 Minnesota Twins.........................1992-93 Baltimore Orioles .............................1993 Texas Rangers ................................1995 Orlando Palmeiro, OF California/Anaheim Angels .........1994-02 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................2003 Houston Astros ...........................2004-07 Mike Piazza, C Los Angeles Dodgers .................1992-98 Florida Marlins .................................1998 New York Mets ...........................1998-05 San Diego Padres ...........................2006 Oakland Athletics.............................2007 Danny Rios, P New York Yankees ..........................1997 Kansas City Royals .........................1998

Bobby Hill, 2B Chicago Cubs .............................2002-03 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................2003-05

F.P. Santangelo, OF Montreal Expos...........................1995-98 San Francisco Giants ......................1999 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................2000 Oakland Athletics.............................2001

Chris Howard, P Chicago White Sox ..........................1993 Boston Red Sox...............................1994 Texas Rangers ................................1995

Nelson Santovenia, C Montreal Expos...........................1987-91 Chicago White Sox ..........................1992 Kansas City Royals .........................1993

Aubrey Huff, 3B Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2000-06 Houston Astros ................................2006 Baltimore Orioles ........................2007-08 Detroit Tigers ...................................2008

Wade Taylor, P New York Yankees ..........................1991

Charlton Jimerson, OF Houston Astros ................................2005

Greg Vaughn, OF Milwaukee Brewers ....................1989-96 San Diego Padres ......................1996-98 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1999 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2000-02 Colorado Rockies ............................2003

Charles Johnson, C Florida Marlins ................ 1994-98, 01-02 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1998 Baltimore Orioles ........................1999-00 Chicago White Sox ..........................2000 Colorado Rockies .......................2003-04 Tampa Bay Devil Rays ....................2005

Jay Tessmer, P New York Yankees .................1998-2002

Tony Vila, P Kansas City Royals .........................1978

North Carolina Russ Adams, 2B Toronto Blue Jays.............2004-07, 2009 Nate Andrews, P St. Louis Cardinals ....................1937, 39 Cleveland Indians .......................1940-41 Boston Braves ............................1943-45 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1946 New York Giants..............................1946 Scott Bankhead, P Kansas City Royals .........................1986 Seattle Mariners .........................1987-91 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1992 Boston Red Sox..........................1993-94 New York Yankees ..........................1995 Daniel Bard, P Boston Red Sox...............................2009 Scott Bradley, C New York Yankees .....................1984-85 Chicago White Sox ..........................1986 Seattle Mariners .........................1987-92 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1992

:: Fred Johnston, 2B/SS/3B Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1924 Clyde King, P Brooklyn Dodgers . 1944-45 , 47-48, 51-52 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1953 Dave Lemonds, P Chicago Cubs ..................................1969 Chicago White Sox ..........................1972 Jesse Levis, C Cleveland Indians .................1992-95, 99 Milwaukee Brewers ..............1996-98, 01 Dwight Lowry, C Detroit Tigers ........................1984, 86-87 Minnesota Twins..............................1988 Jim Mallory, OF Washington Senators ......................1940 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1945 New York Giants..............................1945 Matt Merullo, C Chicago White Sox .....................1989-93 Cleveland Indians ............................1994 Minnesota Twins..............................1995

Tom Buskey, P New York Yankees .....................1973-74 Cleveland Indians .......................1974-77 Toronto Blue Jays.......................1978-80

Andrew Miller, P Detroit Tigers ..............................2006-07 Florida Marlins ............................2008-09

Mike Bynum, P San Diego Padres ......................2002-04

Bill Paschall, P Kansas City Royals ..............1978-79, 81

Claude Crocker, P Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1944-45

Johnny Peacock, C Boston Red Sox..........................1937-44 Philadelphia Phillies....................1944-45 Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1945

Jim Dougherty, P Houston Astros ...........................1995-96 Oakland Athletics.............................1998 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1999 Vern Duncan, OF Philadelphia Phillies.........................1913 Baltimore (Federal League) ........1914-15 Tyrell Godwin, OF Washington Nationals......................2005 Adam Greenberg, OF Chicago Cubs ..................................2005 Archibald (Moonlight) Graham, OF New York Giants.... 1905 (also Maryland) Bill Haywood, P Washington Senators ......................1968 Bunn Hearn, P St. Louis Cardinals .....................1910-11 New York Giants..............................1913 Pittsburgh (Federal League) ............1915 Boston Braves ...........................1918, 20 Harry Hedgepath, P Washington Senators ......................1913 Garry Hill, P Atlanta Braves .................................1969 John Humphries, P Cleveland Indians .......................1938-40 Chicago White Sox .....................1941-45 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1946 Tommy Irwin, SS Cleveland Indians ............................1938 Mike Jerzembeck, P New York Yankees .....................1998-99 Chris Iannetta, C Colorado Rockies ......................2006-09

Chris Pittaro, SS Detroit Tigers ..............................1985-86 Minnesota Twins.........................1986-87 Lew Riggs, 3B St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1934 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1935-40 Brooklyn Dodgers .................1941-42, 46 Brian Roberts, 2B Baltimore Orioles ........................2001-09 Ernest Shirley, 1B Washington Senators .................1924-25 Paul Shuey, P Cleveland Indians .......................1994-02 Los Angeles Dodgers .................2002-03 Baltimore Orioles .............................2007 Ryan Snare, P Texas Rangers ................................2004 Kyle Snyder, P Kansas City Royals ..............2003, 05-06 Boston Red Sox..........................2006-08 Fred Stem, 1B Boston Braves ............................1908-09 George (Snuffy) Stirnweiss, 2B New York Yankees .....................1943-50 St. Louis Browns..............................1950 Cleveland Indians .......................1951-52 B.J. Surhoff, C/OF Milwaukee Brewers ....................1987-95 Baltimore Orioles ............ 1996-99, 03-05 Atlanta Braves ............................2000-02 James (Shag) Thompson, OF Philadelphia Athletics .................1914-16 George Turbeville, P Philadelphia Athletics .................1935-37

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ACC Players in the Majors

:: Walt Weiss, SS Oakland Athletics........................1988-92 Florida Marlins ...........................1993, 98 Colorado Rockies .......................1994-97 Atlanta Braves ............................1998-00 Burgess Whitehead, IF St. Louis Cardinals .....................1933-35 New York Giants............. 1936-37, 39-41 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1946

Louie Meadows, OF Houston Astros .....................1986, 88-90

Buffalo Blues (Federal League) .......1915 Detroit Tigers ...................................1916

George Murray, P New York Yankees ..........................1922 Boston Braves ............................1923-24 Washington Senators .................1926-27

Pat Daneker, P Chicago White Sox ..........................1999

Chad Orvella, P Tampa Bay Devil Rays ...............2005-07

Marshall Williams, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1916

Chink Outen, C Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1933

Brad Woodall, P Atlanta Braves ......................1994-96, 98 Chicago Cubs ..................................1999

Jeff Pierce, P Boston Red Sox...............................1995

Larry Woodall, C Detroit Tigers ..............................1920-29

NC State Brian Bark, P Boston Red Sox...............................1995 Andy Barkett, OF Pittsburgh Pirates ............................2001 Greg Briley, 2B/OF Seattle Mariners .........................1988-92 Florida Marlins .................................1993 Jimmy Brown, SS St. Louis Cardinals .....................1937-43 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1946

Dan Plesac, P Milwaukee Brewers ....................1986-92 Chicago Cubs .............................1993-94 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1995-96 Toronto Blue Jays.................1997-99, 01 Arizona Diamondbacks...............1999-00 Toronto Blue Jays............................2002 Philadelphia Phillies....................2002-03 Dave Robertson, OF New York Yankees ..........1912, 14-17,19 Chicago Cubs .............................1919-21 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1921 New York Giants... 1922 (also Wake Forest) Tommy Smith, OF Cleveland Indians .......................1973-76

Mike Caldwell, P San Diego Padres ......................1971-73 San Francisco Giants .................1974-76 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1977 Milwaukee Brewers ....................1977-84

Tim Stoddard, P Chicago White Sox ..........................1975 Baltimore Orioles ........................1978-83 Chicago Cubs ..................................1984 San Diego Padres ......................1985-86 New York Yankees .....................1988-88 Cleveland Indians ............................1989

Roger Craig, P Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1955-57 Los Angeles Dodgers .................1958-61 New York Mets ...........................1962-63 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1964 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1965 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1966

Doug Strange, 2B Detroit Tigers ..............................1989-90 Chicago Cubs .............................1991-92 Texas Rangers ...........................1993-94 Seattle Mariners .........................1995-96 Montreal Expos................................1997 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1998

Doug Davis, C California Angels .............................1988 Texas Rangers ................................1992

Jacob Wade, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1936-38 Boston Red Sox...............................1939 St. Louis Browns..............................1939 Chicago White Sox .....................1942-44 New York Yankees ..........................1946 Washington Senators ......................1946

Joe DeBerry, P St. Louis Browns.........................1920-21 Joey Devine, P Atlanta Braves ............................2005-07 Oakland Athletics.............................2008 Adam Everett, SS Houston Astros ...........................2001-07 Minnesota Twins..............................2008 Detroit Tigers ...................................2009 Jeff Hartsock, P Chicago Cubs ..................................1992 Dutch Holland, OF Boston Braves ............................1932-33 Cleveland Indians ............................1934 John Lanning, P Boston Braves ............................1936-39 Pittsburgh Pirates ........... 1940-43, 45-46 Boston Braves .................................1947 Corey Lee, P Texas Rangers ................................1999 Jim McNamara, C San Francisco Giants .................1992-93

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Kemp Wicker, P New York Yankees .....................1936-38 Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1941 Tracy Woodson, 3B Los Angeles Dodgers .................1987-90 St. Louis Cardinals .....................1992-93

Virginia Brian Buchanan, OF Minnesota Twins.........................2000-02 San Diego Padres ......................2002-04 New York Mets ................................2004 Nick Carter, P Philadelphia Athletics ......................1908 Mike Cubbage, 3B Texas Rangers ...........................1974-76 Minnesota Twins.........................1976-80 New York Mets ................................1981 Walter (Doc) Curley, 2B Chicago Cubs ..................................1899 Jack Dalton, OF Brooklyn Dodgers ......................1910, 14

Bill Dietrick, SS/OF Philadelphia Phillies....................1927-28 Charlie Ferguson, P Philadelphia Phillies....................1884-87

Virginia Tech Toby Atwell, C Chicago Cubs .............................1952-53 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1953-56 Milwaukee Braves ...........................1956 Kevin Barker, 1B Milwaukee Brewers ....................1999-00 San Diego Padres ...........................2002

Seth Greisinger, P Detroit Tigers .......................1998, 00, 02 Minnesota Twins..............................2004 Atlanta Braves .................................2005

Leo Burke, OF/UT Baltimore Orioles ........................1958-59 Los Angeles Angels .........................1962 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1963 Chicago Cubs .............................1963-65

Bill Harman, P/C Philadelphia Phillies.........................1941

George Canale, 1B/DH Milwaukee Brewers ....................1989-91

Joe Hicks, OF Chicago White Sox .....................1959-60 Washington Senators .................1961-62 New York Yankees ..........................1963

Brad Clontz, P Atlanta Braves ............................1995-97 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1998 New York Mets ................................1998 Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1999-00

Howard (Mul) Holland, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1926 New York Giants..............................1927 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................1929 Rickey Horton, P St. Louis Cardinals ......... 1984-87, 89-90 Chicago White Sox ..........................1988 Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1988 Doug Johns, P Oakland Athletics..............1995-96, 2000 Baltimore Orioles ........................1998-99

Buddy Dear, 2B Washington Senators ......................1927 Brian Fitzgerald, P Seattle Mariners ..............................2002 Cloy Mattox, C Philadelphia Athletics ......................1929

Joe Koshansky, 1B Colorado Rockies .......................2007-08

Johnny Oates, C Baltimore Orioles .......................1970, 72 Atlanta Braves ............................1973-75 Philadelphia Phillies....................1975-76 Los Angeles Dodgers .................1977-79 New York Yankees .....................1980-81

Frank Lankford, P Los Angeles Dodgers ......................1998

Erwin Renfer, P Detroit Tigers ...................................1913

Javier Lopez, P Colorado Rockies .......................2003-05 Arizona Diamondbacks....................2005 Boston Red Sox..........................2006-09

Joe Saunders, P Los Angeles Angels ................... 2005-09

Bob Malloy, P Texas Rangers ................................1987 Montreal Expos................................1990 Doug Neff, IF Washington Senators .................1914-15 Mark Reynolds, IF Arizona Diamondbacks...............2007-08 Eppa Rixey, P Philadelphia Phillies..... 1912-17,1919-20 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1921-33 Mel Roach, IF Milwaukee Braves ......................1953-61 Chicago Cubs ..................................1961 Philadelphia Phillies.........................1962 Orlin (Buck) Rogers, P Washington Senators ......................1935 Andy Sommerville, P Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1894 Henry Lee (Jack) Spratt, SS Boston Braves ........................1911-1912 Davis (Dave) Wills, 1B Louisville Colonels ...........................1899 Ryan Zimmerman, 3B Washington Nationals.................2005-09

Wally Shaner, LF/3B Cleveland Indians ............................1923 Boston Red Sox..........................1926-27 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1929 Franklin Stubbs, 1B/OF Los Angeles Dodgers .................1984-89 Houston Astros ................................1990 Milwaukee Brewers ....................1991-92 Detroit Tigers ...................................1995 Mike Williams, P Philadelphia Phillies..............1992-96, 03 Kansas City Royals .........................1997 Pittsburgh Pirates ........... 1998-01, 02-03 Houston Astros ................................2001

Wake Forest Morrie Aderholt, OF Washington Senators .................1939-41 Brooklyn Dodgers .......................1944-45 Boston Braves .................................1945 Gair Allie, SS Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1954 Junie Barnes, P Cincinnati Reds ...............................1934 Mike Buddie, P New York Yankees .....................1998-99 Milwaukee Brewers ....................2000-02 David Bush, P Toronto Blue Jays.......................2004-05 Milwaukee Brewers ....................2005-09


ACC Players in the Majors Tommy Byrne, P New York Yankees .... 1943, 46-51,54-57 St. Louis Browns.........................1951-52 Chicago White Sox ..........................1953 Washington Senators ......................1953 Rip Coleman, P New York Yankees .....................1955-56 Kansas City Athletics ..............1957,1959 Baltimore Orioles ........................1959-60 Sean DePaula, P Cleveland Indians .......................1999-02 Bill Dillman, P Baltimore Orioles .............................1967 Montreal Expos................................1970

Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1921 New York Giants.... 1922 (also NC State) Craig Robinson, SS Philadelphia Phillies....................1972-73 Atlanta Braves ................ 1974-75, 76-77 San Francisco Giants .................1975-76 Ray Scarborough, P Washington Senators ..... 1942-43, 46-50 Chicago White Sox ..........................1950 Boston Red Sox..........................1951-52 New York Yankees .....................1952-53 Detroit Tigers ...................................1953 Elmer Sexauer, P Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1948

John Gaddy, P Brooklyn Dodgers ............................1938

Brick Smith, 1B Seattle Mariners .........................1987-88

Tommy Gregg, OF Pittsburgh Pirates .......................1987-88 Atlanta Braves ............................1988-92 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1993 Florida Marlins .................................1995 Atlanta Braves .................................1997

Cory Sullivan, OF Colorado Rockies ............................2005

Lee Gooch, OF Cleveland Indians ............................1915 Philadelphia Athletics ......................1917 Erik Hanson, P Seattle Mariners .........................1988-93 Cincinnati Reds ...............................1994 Boston Red Sox...............................1995 Toronto Blue Jays.......................1996-98

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Vic Sorrell, P Detroit Tigers ..............................1928-37 Larry Woodall, C Detroit Tigers ..............................1920-29 William Wynne, P Washington (NL)..............................1894 Eddie Yount, OF Philadelphia Athletics ......................1937 Pittsburgh Pirates ............................1939

Kevin Jarvis, P Cincinnati Reds ..........................1994-97 Minnesota Twins..............................1997 Detroit Tigers ...................................1997 Oakland Athletics.............................1999 Colorado Rockies ......................2000, 04 San Diego Padres ......................2001-03 Seattle Mariners ..............................2004 St. Louis Cardinals ..........................2005 Arizona Diamondbacks....................2005 Boston Red Sox...............................2006 Buddy Lewis, 3B Washington Senators ...1935-41, 45-47, 49 Mike MacDougal, P Kansas City Royals ....................2001-06 Chicago White Sox .....................2006-09 Washington Nationals......................2009 Max Marshall, OF Cincinnati Reds ..........................1942-44 Willard Marshall, OF New York Yankees ...............1942, 46-49 Boston Braves ............................1950-52 Cincinnati Reds ..........................1952-53 Chicago White Sox .....................1954-55 Rube Melton, P Philadelphia Phillies....................1941-42 Brooklyn Dodgers ........... 1943-44, 46-47 Jack Meyer, P Philadelphia Phillies....................1955-61 Doyt Morris, OF Philadelphia Athletics ......................1937 Dick Newsome, P Boston Red Sox..........................1941-43 Charlie Ripple, P Philadelphia Phillies....................1944-46 Dave Robertson, OF New York Yankees .........1912, 14-17, 19 Chicago Cubs .............................1919-21

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ACC Single Game Records

:: Individual - Single Game

Team - Single Game

BASE ON BALLS .................................................19 Virginia vs. Maryland .................................4/11/78

AT BATS ...............................................................10 Mickey Wiswall, Boston College vs. Texas ....5/30/09 Barry Butera, Boston College vs. Texas ...5/30/09

RUNS SCORED ....................................................41 Clemson (41) vs. NC State (9) ....................4/6/79

RUNS SCORED ......................................................7 David Buffamoyer, Clemson vs. NC State ..4/6/79

RUNS SCORED, ONE INNING.............................19 Clemson vs. Maryland (3rd inning) ...........3/21/98 North Carolina vs. Seton Hall (5th inning) ...3/3/90

SACRIFICE FLIES ..................................................6 Georgia Tech vs. Wake Forest .................4/14/95

RUNS SCORED, NINTH INNING .........................18 Clemson (41) vs. NC State (9) ....................4/6/79

DOUBLE PLAYS TURNED ....................................6 Clemson vs. Georgia.................................5/11/95 Clemson vs. New Orleans.........................5/21/89

RUNS BATTED IN ................................................16 Marshall McDougall, Florida St. vs. Maryland. 5/9/99 BASE HITS .............................................................7 Ryan Hubbard, Wake Forest vs. Maryland ... 3/16/03 Marshall McDougall, Florida State vs. Maryland ..5/9/99 DOUBLES ...............................................................4 Brian Patrick, Duke vs. Princeton..............3/16/02 Marshall McDougall, Florida St. vs. Miami.. 4/30/00 Jarrett Shearin, North Carolina vs. W&M ..2/24/98 Brian Buchanan, Virginia vs. James Madison..4/14/92 Todd Wilkinson, North Carolina vs. VCU ..3/11/84 Greg Schuler, North Carolina vs. UMass ..3/18/80 Kyle Seager, North Carolina vs. Ga. Tech ..4/5/09 TRIPLES ......................................... 2 by 42 players Last time: Phil Gosselin, UVa. vs. Ga. Tech.....4/10/09 Ben Bunting, UNC vs. Winthrop ......4/15/09 HOME RUNS...........................................................6 Marshall McDougall, Florida St. vs. Maryland. 5/9/99 GRAND SLAMS ......................................................2 Steve Cunha, Virginia vs. Maryland ..........4/28/90 TOTAL BASES .....................................................25 Marshall McDougall, Florida St. vs. Maryland. 5/9/99 STOLEN BASES.....................................................5 Nick Blue, Wake Forest vs. Maryland .......5/25/04 Eric Patterson, Georgia Tech vs. Duke .......5/8/04 Brian Roberts, North Carolina vs. Maryland ..3/7/98 Mike Couture, Clemson vs. NC State .........4/6/89 K.G. White, Georgia Tech vs. ETSU .........3/25/87 Steve Mrowka, North Carolina vs. Campbell .. 5/7/86 Tommy Gregg, Wake Forest vs. Elon .........3/8/84 Brett Linnekohl, Wake Forest vs. Troy ........3/1/08 ERRORS .................................................................5 Doug Eastman, Duke vs. North Carolina ..5/15/87 ERRORS, ONE INNING ..........................................3 Brian McGettiga, Virginia vs. Arizona State .. 2/23/96 Doug Eastman, Duke vs. North Carolina ..5/15/87 INNINGS PITCHED ...............................................16 Chuck Porter, Clemson vs. Virginia ..........4/19/74 STRIKEOUTS, PITCHER......................................19 Shawn Senior, NC State vs. Howard ........2/20/93 Roger Williams, North Carolina vs. Duke ..4/17/85 Harry Thomas, Virginia vs. Clemson.........4/19/74

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LARGEST WIN MARGIN ......................................34 Florida State (34) vs. Marshall (0) ...............2/4/96

STOLEN BASES...................................................12 NC State vs. William & Mary .....................4/17/90

Two Teams - Single Game

AT BATS ..........................................(25 innings) 80 Boston College vs. Texas .........................5/30/09

HOME RUNS IN ACC GAME, 2 TEAMS ..............12 Georgia Tech (11) vs. Maryland (1) ..........3/28/85

AT BATS, INNING ........................... (9th inning) 22 Clemson vs. NC State .................................4/6/79

PLATE APPEARANCES, 2 TEAMS........ (25 innings) 191

PLATE APPEARANCES, ONE INNING ...............22 North Carolina vs. Seton Hall ...(5th inning) 3/3/90 Clemson vs. NC State ..............(9th inning) 4/6/79

RUNS SCORED, 2 TEAMS ..................................54 Clemson (16) vs. South Carolina (38) .......4/23/97

BASE HITS ...........................................................36 Florida State vs. Georgia State .................5/15/92 BASE HITS, ONE INNING ............... (6th inning) 15 Florida State vs. Georgia State .................5/15/92 DOUBLES .............................................................15 Florida State vs. Ohio State ......................5/31/09 TRIPLES .................................................................5 Clemson vs. Duke .......................................4/6/86 HOME RUNS.........................................................11 Georgia Tech vs. Maryland .......................3/28/85 Maryland vs. Delaware State ......................4/3/80

Texas (102) vs. Boston College (89).........5/30/09

BASE HITS, 2 TEAMS ..........................................51 Virginia (34) vs. Maryland (17) ..................4/28/90 DOUBLES, 2 TEAMS ...........................................14 Georgia Tech (5) vs. New Orleans (9) ......3/30/88 TRIPLES, 2 TEAMS ....