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WELCOME TO MADONNA BASEBALL media guide contents GENERAL INFORMATION 2007 Schedule ................................... 1 Media Information ............................. 2 Media Outlets ................................... 3 Madonna University ........................ 4-5 Madonna Athletics Excellence ....... 6-7 NAIA Champions of Character .......... 8 Madonna Administration .............. 9-12 WHAC ............................................. 13 PREVIEW AND PERSONNEL Coach Haeger ............................. 14-15 Coach Rose ..................................... 16 Coach Kalmbach .............................. 16 Season Preview ........................... 18-21 Roster .............................................. 22 Player Biographies ...................... 23-37

2007 schedule 2006 SEASON IN REVIEW Individual Statistics ..................... 38-39 Miscellaneous Statistics .............. 40-41 Conference Standings and Stats ...... 42 Honor Roll ....................................... 43 HISTORY AND RECORDS Record vs. Opponents ..................... 44 Offensive & Defensive Records ... 45-46 Pitching Records ......................... 47-48 All-Time Scores .......................... 49-52 All-Time Roster ................................ 53

DATE................. OPPONENT........................... TIME/RESULT RUSSMATT COLLEGIATE CHALLENGE Mar. 3................. vs. Urbana............................................ 5 p.m. Mar. 4................. vs. Purdue-NC............................... 12:30 p.m. Mar. 4................. vs. Urbana............................................ 4 p.m. Mar. 5................. vs. William Penn (DH) ........................ 10 a.m. Mar. 6................. vs. Hannibal-LaGrange (DH) ............. 10 a.m. Mar. 7................. vs. Purdue-NC.....................................10 a.m. Mar. 8................. vs. Urbana (DH)............................... 3:30 p.m. Mar. 9................. vs. Judson (DH) ..................................10 a.m. Mar. 10............... vs. Fisher............................................... 9 a.m. Mar. 23............... at Spalding........................................... 6 p.m. Mar. 24............... at Spalding (DH) ................................ 12 p.m. Mar. 25............... at Spalding..........................................12 p.m.

2006 media guide awards

Mar. 27............. ROCHESTER..................................... 1 p.m. Mar. 28............. INDIANA TECH* (DH) .................1:30 p.m.

The 2006 baseball media guide finished second in the nation in the NAIA-Sports Information Directors of America (NAIA-SIDA) baseball media guide contest. It marked the fifth straight year that the baseball guide earned a top-10 finish and the third year in the top-five. The cover, designed by Matt Fancett, was named “Best in the Nation”. It marked the second-ever “Best-Cover” honor for a MU publication, joining Fancett’s 2003-04 basketball guide. In all, Fancett has earned 15 national awards for publication and web-design in his five years at Madonna. The 2007 guide, marks the first baseball guide produced by Fancett and first-year SID Tony Baldwin.

Mar. 31............. SIENA HEIGHTS* (DH) .................... 1 p.m. April 1................ at Siena Heights* (DH) ........................ 1 p.m. April 3.............. INDIANA WESLEYAN (DH)........12:00 p.m. April 4................ at Aquinas* (DH)............................. 1:30 p.m. April 5................ at Indiana Northwest...................... 2:00 p.m. April 6................ at St. Xavier..................................... 5:00 p.m. April 7................ at St. Xavier (DH).......................... 12:00 p.m. April 10............. ROCHESTER................................ 1:00 p.m. April 11............. CONCORDIA* (DH)..................... 1:30 p.m. April 14.............. at Indiana Tech* (DH)...................... 1:00 p.m. April 15............ INDIANA TECH* (DH)................. 1:00 p.m. April 17.............. at Northwood (DH)......................... 1:00 p.m. April 18.............. at Siena Heights* (DH).................... 1:30 p.m. April 21............ AQUINAS* (DH)...........................1:00 p.m. April 22.............. at Aquinas* (DH)..............................1:00 p.m. April 24............. NORTHWOOD............................. 2:00 p.m. April 28.............. at Concordia* (DH).......................... 1:00 p.m. April 29............ CONCORDIA* (DH)..................... 1:00 p.m. 2007 WHAC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT

media guide credits

May 3................. WHAC First Round.................................. TBA

CREDITS: The 2007 Madonna University baseball media guide is a publication by the MU Athletic Media Relations Department. It was designed and produced by Matt Fancett, Assistant Athletic Director-Media Relations, and Tony Baldwin, Sports Information Director. Special thanks to Jean Haeger for her editing expertise. Additional thanks to Tim Busch and Dave Miller for use of their photographs for the publication. Other photos in the publication are credited to the MU Sports Information Office. A special thanks to Patrick Moore and Bryan Rizzo whose past efforts helped contribute to this publication. The 2007 baseball media guide was printed in Ferndale, Mich., by Goodwill Printing.

May 5................. WHAC Championship.............................. TBA

May 4................. WHAC Semi-Finals................................... TBA

PURCHASING MEDIA GUIDES: The 2007 baseball media guide is available to the general public for $10. Checks or money orders should be made payable to “Madonna Athletics” and sent to: Madonna Sports Information, 36600 Schoolcraft Road, Livonia, MI 48150. Please include return address and the number of guides you are purchasing.

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2007 NAIA REGION VIII CHAMPIONSHIPS May 10............... at Battle Creek, Mich. ............................ TBA May 11............... at Battle Creek, Mich. ............................ TBA May 12............... at Battle Creek, Mich. ............................ TBA May 13............... at Battle Creek, Mich. ............................ TBA Home game in BOLD CAPS (played at Ilitch Ballpark) * denotes Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference game All games are single 9-inning games unless otherwise noted All weekend WHAC double-headers are 1-7 inning game followed by 1-9 inning game | Weekday WHAC double-header are 2-7 inning games. Game times listed as Eastern Standard time and subject to change


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MEDIA INFORMATION MADONNA SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE

MEDIA INFORMATION The Madonna University Sports Information Department is always interested in helping members of the media in their coverage of the Crusader athletic programs. In addition to this guide, updated releases, statistics, feature ideas, photographs and travel plans may be obtained by contacting the Sports Information Office at (734) 432-5834. Please review the following policies and services that are intended to assist you in your coverage of Madonna athletics.

INTERVIEWS All interviews must be arranged through either Tony Baldwin, Sports Information Director, or Matt Fancett, Assistant Athletics DirectorMedia Relations, preferably 24 hours in advance. Generally, the best time to interview coaches and athletes is after practices and games.

PHOTOGRAPHY Photography credentials will be issued only to accredited photographers and television camera operators on assignment. Floor-space limitations in the Activities Center are considered when issuing credentials. Credential requests must be made by the appopriate editor/director from the news organization seeking access for a specific newsgathering assignment. Any video, photos or images shot at Madonna for commercial purposes of any kind is strictly prohibited without prior written consent from Madonna Athletics.

LIVE BROADCASTS All of Madonna’s men’s and women’s basketball home games and select road and tournament games will be broadcasted over the Crusaders Sports Network via Stretch Internet. Matt Fancett will serve as the play-by-play commentator and will have former Crusaders fill in the color commentary role.

MATT FANCETT ASSISTANT ATHLETIC DIRECTOR-MEDIA RELATIONS & PROMOTIONS In his fifth year at Madonna, and first as Assistant AD-Media Relations and Promotions, Matt Fancett coordinates all media relations for the athletic department’s 11 varsity sports. During his four year tenure as Sports Information Director, Fancett provided the publicity for six National Tournament qualifying teams, two ‘Final Four’ squads, 17 conference championship teams, nine conference tournament championship teams and over 75 All-Americans. Additionally, Fancett has won 15 national awards for publications and writing, including ‘Best Web site in the Nation’ award in 2005 for the Madonna Athletics Web site. Fancett’s 2004-05 men’s and women’s basketball media guide was judged ‘Best in the Nation’ and his 2006 baseball media guide garnered ‘Best Cover’ honors. Fancett also serves as Media Relations Director for the eight-member Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference and 17-member NAIA Region VIII where his duties include dissemination of information for all conference/regional schools and the oversight of whac.net and the NAIA Region VIII Web site. A graduate of Eastern Michigan University in 2000 with a degree in Public Relations and Communications, Fancett, 29, spent one year at Concordia University and four years as a student SID at his alma mater before joining the Madonna staff. Fancett and his wife Elizabeth (Regner), reside in Ypsilanti with their three children, Connor (8), Madeline (5) and Nina (18 months).

TONY BALDWIN

MEDIA SERVICES Media and recruiting guides, game programs, game notes, rosters and up-to-date results and statistics will be available at the press area to working members of the media prior each Madonna home match/game.

SPORTS INFORMATION OFFICE The Madonna University Sports Information Office can be found on the first floor of the Activities Center, room 1714.

CRUSADERS ON THE WEB Madonna University current releases, rosters, updated statistics and team history can be found on the Web throughout the season. Crusaders online can be accessed at www.madonna.edu/crusaders.

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR In his first year with Madonna, Tony Baldwin assumes the duties as Sports Information Director for the Crusaders’ 11-sport program. Baldwin will work in conjunction with Fancett on the Madonna athletic Web site and all media publications and assume the daily function of Sports Information Director for all 11 sports. Prior to joining the Madonna staff, Baldwin served as Director of Sports Information at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan from July 2003 to June 2005 and most recently as head softball coach and intramurals director at Concordia last season. During his time at Concordia, Baldwin served as the sole media liason for the athletic department’s 10 varsity sports and oversaw a complete redesign of the athletics Web site. Baldwin’s first experience in the sports information field came as an undergraduate student at Concordia where he worked under Fancett during his stint as sports information director in Ann Arbor. Most recently, Baldwin assisted Oakland University in March 2006 by serving as a member of the statistics crew at the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Championship First and Second Rounds held at The Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan. Baldwin, 26, is a 2003 graduate of Concordia University-Ann Arbor with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and is a member of the College Sports Information Directors of America. Baldwin resides in Ypsilanti.

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MEDIA OUTLETS WHAC SID OFFICES

MEDIA OUTLETS

Aquinas College

newspapers

1607 Robinson Rd. SE Grand Rapids, Mich. 49506 Phone: (616) 632-2482 Fax: (616) 732-4548 www.aquinas.edu/athletics Ronda Varnesdeel, Sports Information Dir. E-Mail: varneron@aquinas.edu Mike Dean, Statistician E-Mail: deanmi2@aquinas.edu

Concordia University 4090 Geddes Road Ann Arbor, Mich. 48105 Phone: (734) 995-7344 Fax: (734) 995-4883 www.concordiacardinals.com

Karl Kling, Sports Information Director E-Mail: klingk@cuaa.edu

Indiana Tech 1600 E. Washington Blvd. Fort Wayne, Ind. 46803 Phone: (260) 422-5561 (x2262) Fax: (260) 422-4584 indianatech.edu/Athletics Katie Weber, Sports Information Director E-Mail: ktweber@indianatech.edu

Madonna University 36600 Schoolcraft Rd. Livonia, Mich. 48150 Phone: (734) 432-5834 Fax: (734) 432-5555

LIVONIA OBSERVER 36251 Schoolcraft Rd. Livonia, MI 48150 Phone: 734.954.2123 Fax: 734.591.7279 DETROIT FREE PRESS Vince Ellis 600 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.6661 Fax: 313.222.5983 THE DETROIT NEWS Jim Spadafore 615 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.2230 Fax: 313.222.6019 ASSOCIATED PRESS Sports Desk 300 River Place Detroit, MI 48207 Phone: 313.259.0650 Fax: 313.259.4966 FLINT JOURNAL Dean Howe 200 E. First Flint, MI 48502 Phone: 810.767.0660 Fax: 810.767.7518

www.madonna.edu/crusaders

Matt Fancett, Assistant AD/Media Relations E-Mail: mfancett@madonna.edu Tony Baldwin, Sports Information Director E-Mail: tbaldwin@madonna.edu

Siena Heights University 1247 E. Siena Heights Dr. Adrian, Mich. 49221 Phone: (517) 264-7879 Fax: (517) 264-7737 www.sienahts.edu/Athletics.aspx

Scott Oliver, Sports Information Director E-Mail: soliver@sienahts.edu

JACKSON CITIZEN PATRIOT Sports Desk 214 S. Jackson Jackson, MI 49204 Phone: 517.787.2300 Fax: 517.787.9711 MACOMB DAILY George Pohly 100 Macomb Daily Dr. P.O. Box 929 Mt. Clemens, MI 48043 Phone: 586.469.4771 Fax: 586.469.2892 MICHIGAN CHRONICLE Rebekah Brown 479 Ledyard Detroit, MI 48201 Phone: 313.963.5522 Fax: 313.963.8788

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NEWS HERALD Sports Desk One Heritage Place Southgate, MI 48195 Phone: 734.246.0841 Fax: 734.246.2726 OAKLAND PRESS Sports Desk Box 9 Pontiac, MI 48056 Phone: 248.332.8181 Fax: 248.332.8885 USA TODAY Sports Desk P.O. Box 7855 Washington, D.C. 20044 Phone: 703.276.3400 Fax: 703.558.3988

television WJBK-TV 2 (FOX) Sports Desk 16550 W. 9 Mile Southfield, MI 48075 Phone: 248.557.2000 Fax: 248.557.1199 WDIV-TV 4 (NBC) Sports Desk 550 W. Lafayette Detroit, MI 48226 Phone: 313.222.0504 Fax: 313.222.0592 WXYZ-TV 7 (ABC) Sports Desk 20777 W. Ten Mile Rd. Southfield, MI 48037 Phone: 248.827.9420 Fax: 248.827.9444 FOX SPORTS DETROIT (FSN) 3100 Telegraph Rd. Ste. 200 Bingham Farms, MI 48025 Phone: 248.723.2000 Fax: 248.723.2040


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percent of Madonna graduates are employed within 12 months of graduation

Located in Livonia, Michigan, ranked as one of the safest cities in the U.S., Madonna University has served the community for nearly 70 years. Our convenient location, situated on 49 wooded acres, provides students the opportunities to grow intellectually, spiritually and personally. Our distinguished reputation of academic excellence, combined with a strong liberal arts foundation and solid career preparation led to Madonna University being ranked as one of the Best 201 Colleges for the Real World. Madonna’s excellent curriculum offers over 70 undergraduate majors to meet the needs of our diverse student body. Madonna University is nationally recognized for pioneering four-year degree programs in sign language, hospice, gerontology, paralegal studies and fire science. Madonna’s diverse student body has enrolled students from 27 states and more than 50 countries.


YOUR SUCCESS: OUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT Beyond nurturing our students to succeed, Madonna University is: • Ranked in the U.S. News and World Report of “America’s Best Colleges” • Noted in Great Colleges for the Real World by Michael Voillt • Selected as one of only 12 institutions for the Foundations of Excellence Project

• 13:1 student to faculty ratio • One of the most affordable private Catholic, liberal arts universities in the nation • Over 25 clubs and organizations for student involvement • Over $1.6 million in institutional financial aid awarded annually


KELLY JAPOWICZ 2005 WHAC Player of the Year

DERRICK MUDRI 2006 First Team All-WHAC

NATALJA TININA

2005 WHAC Player of the Year Year 3-time NAIA All-American

CHAMPIONSHIPS BEN RAMSEY 2006 NAIA First Team All-American

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conference championships won in 20 years

conference tournament championships won by Madonna teams


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2005 NAIA National Semifinalists

SARAH THOMSON 2004-05 All-American Led Madonna to last NAIA National Tournament berth in 2003.

AWARDS

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academic awards captured at the conference, regional and national level in 2005-06

All-Conference honors won by Madonna athletes, including five conference Player of the Year awards in 2005-06

TOM STARK 2005 WHAC Player of the Year


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NAIA CHAMPIONS OF CHARACTER sions leads to success in sports and in life. CORE VALUES The NAIA Champions of Character program has established five core values that go well beyond the playing field to the daily decisions of our youth. These character values help young people - and those associated with their development - make good choices in all aspects of their life and reflect the true spirit of competition.

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Champions of Character program is designed to instill an understanding of character values in sport and provide practical tools for student-athletes, coaches and parents to use in modeling exemplary character traits. Launched by the NAIA in 2000, the Champions of Character program addresses character issues more comprehensively than any other national program for youth. The program currently reaches hundreds of thousands of students on nearly 300 college and university campuses in North America and extends into their surrounding communities.

RESPECT Those associated with sport show respect by treating themselves, other persons, institutions and their sport according to the highest standards of conduct. It implies civilized and gracious behavior to players, coaches, fans and parents.

The NAIA Champions of Character program is an educational outreach initiative which emphasizes the tenets of character and integrity, not only for NAIA college students, but for younger students, coaches and parents in our communities. Coaches, parents, administrators and community partners all have a role in developing students of character. The NAIA Champions of Character program brings them training, guidelines and behavior models to create positive environments that promote personal growth and fun sport activity. PROGRAM CENTERS Campus-based Program Centers at NAIA colleges and universities across North America focus on education of NAIA coaches and student-athletes and broad-based community outreach. They share the core values, messages and resources of the Champions of Character program with their local students, coaches, parents, and school and youth league administrators to promote meaningful change in the culture of sport in their local communities. Members of the civic and business community also participate in the Champions of Character Program Center activities. Madonna University serves as a program center with Head Men’s Basketball Coach Chuck Henry being responsible for leading the Champions of Character initiative for the Crusaders Athletic Department.

RESPONSIBILITY Athletes show responsibility by making academic progress toward graduation their top priority. They solve problems rather than make excuses, and are reliable team players. Students should be accountable for their actions and decisions, and coaches and administrators should maintain high standards of competence and conduct. INTEGRITY For student competitors and their coaches, integrity means keeping commitments and conducting honest behavior. Coaches must subscribe to and practice the Coaches Code and Code of Ethics, and student-athletes must know and understand the Champions of Character Student-Athlete Pledge. SERVANT LEADERSHIP This core value refers to putting the group first and becoming responsible for personal and group roles while performing at your best. Students demonstrating servant leadership have a primary purpose of serving others while striving to become a personal and team leader. The servant-leader provides a critical service to society and the great gift of good example. SPORTSMANSHIP The conduct of educational sports according to the highest standards is our expectation for sportsmanship. Administrators, coaches, students, fans and parents are expected to act correctly even when others do not, and demonstrate fairness and equity in all contests and relationships.

COMMUNITY OUTREACH Through Program Centers, speakers and presentations about the importance of character both on and off the playing field are available to local schools and organizations. Classes, workshops and summits like The Power of a Coaches Words or Redefining the Term "Athlete" provide application models for coaches and parents to teach and model the five core values. Campus leaders of character, NAIA student-athletes who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to the five core values, share the message of respect, responsibility, integrity, servant leadership and sportsmanship to youth of all ages through reading sessions and mentoring programs. Serving as role models for younger student-athletes, leaders of character demonstrate how making character-based deci2007 MADONNA BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE


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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

“Writing across the Curriculum” was established as a norm at Madonna as was a computer course requirement for every student graduating from the University.

SISTER ROSE MARIE KUJAWA UNIVERSITY PRESIDENT

The Board of Trustees at Madonna University appointed Sister Rose Marie Kujawa, a ‘66 graduate and mathematics major of Madonna University, to the position of president of Madonna University, effective July 1, 2001. Sister Rose Marie also completed graduate work at Drew University and the University of Georgia, and holds master’s and doctoral degrees from Wayne State University.A native of Detroit and a member of St. John Cantius parish, Sister RoseMarie is the daughter of Anna and Francis Kujawa. After graduating from Felician Academy in 1960, she entered the Felician Sisters in Livonia and began college studies at Madonna. She pronounced perpetual vows in 1968. Her earliest ministries included teaching at St. Valentine School (Redford Township), Bishop Borgess High School, and Ladywood High School where she also served as assistant principal. To prepare her for the presidency of Madonna University, Sister Rose Marie brings a host of experiences associated with her 20year plus tenure at Madonna University. During her first appointment in Madonna’s mathematics department in 1975, Sister Rose Marie organized and taught the first computer courses offered at Madonna. This was followed by responsibilities in the College planning and development office. Appointed academic dean in 1979, Sister Rose Marie organized the first graduate program in 1982, a joint venture of the nursing and business departments. Approval by the regional accrediting body prepared the way for the export of Madonna’s graduate program to Taiwan, a step which confirmed the University’s direction in international studies. During Sister Rose Marie’s 17-year term as academic vice president, the sabbatical policy was developed and implemented, the faculty teaching load was brought in line with national standards, and the size of the faculty and the percentage of faculty members holding doctorates doubled.

Sister Rose Marie claims the highlight of her academic career was the transition of Madonna College to Madonna University. As chairperson of the “University Study” committee, Sister Rose Marie compared the academic quality and support structures of Madonna with thirteen other private universities and discovered that Madonna compared favorably with all of them. The regional accrediting body and the State of Michigan Department of Education agreed, thus ushering in Madonna University in 1991. Besides her work at Madonna, Sister Rose Marie has served on the boards of St. Mary Mercy Hospital, St. Joseph Home (Jackson), SS. Cyril and Methodius Seminary, the Orchard Lake Schools, Angela Hospice (advisory), Marywood Nursing Care Center and Marybrook Manor, and Maryville Center (Holly). She was elected to the leadership team of the Felician Sisters of the Livonia province (1994-2000) where she served as Provincial Secretary and coordinated the major meeting (chapter) of the province in 1999. Her travels have included fifteen trips abroad and visits to 23 countries. Outgrowths of these international meetings reaped several benefits for Madonna University: a professor from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, an exchange program with Nagoya Gakuin University in Tokyo, as well as an ongoing relationship with Edgehill College near Manchester, England which provided internships for nursing and teacher education students. Personal Message Madonna University was founded to prepare students like you for a full life. St. Iranaeus puts it this way: ”The glory of God is a person fully alive.” With a balance of intellectual, personal, and spiritual goals, you will be the best person, the best team possible. May this year be marked with wonderful accomplishments and memories, and may your team continue the fine tradition and excellent standards set by your coaches and achieved by former teams.

Concurrently, departments and programs were encouraged to seek professional accreditation and approvals. In addition to nursing and education which were already accredited by their respective organizations, social work, dietetics, and the legal assistant program sought and received the coveted approvals. New undergraduate programs were also introduced: applied science, biochemistry, computer science, hospice education,hospitality management, international studies, Japanese, long-term care administration, merchandising management, church music, music management, pastoral ministry, professional and technical writing, psychology, and television and video communications. “Madonna Magazine,” a regionally syndicated public service program, became a permanent fixture in Madonna’s long list of opportunities for students to enhance their understanding of the world and to improve it through an ever-widening circle of communications.

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION

SISTER NANCY JAMROZ

MICHAEL MELDRUM

VICE PRESIDENT - STUDENT SERVICES

FACULTY ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE

Sister Nancy Marie Jamroz hails from Garden City, MI, and is a 1959 graduate of Ladywood High School in Livonia. Majoring in biology, Sr. Nancy attained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Madonna College, a Master’s of Educational Administration from Marygrove College, and her Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Detroit Mercy.

Mike Meldrum continues his role as Faculty Athletic Representative (FAR) for Madonna for the 2006-07 academic year. The FAR is charged with the responsibility of ensuring that all participants in intercollegiate competition are eligible in accordance with the rules and regulations of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) prior to a student-athlete representing the institution in any manner. For Meldrum, this means working in conjunction with the athletic department on the eligibility of over 150 student athletes in 11 intercollegiate sports.

In 1983, after twenty years of teaching in Michigan elementary and high schools, Sr. Nancy was appointed Associate Dean of Students at Madonna College and became Vice President for Student Services in 1989. Besides Athletics, Student Services includes Campus Ministry, the Center for Personalized Instruction, Cooperative Education and Placement, International Students Office, Office of Disability Resources, Registration, Book Store, Residence Life, the Office of Retention, and Student Activities. It is the hope of all involved in Student Life that Madonna students use their college experience to develop themselves holistically: classes aim to stimulate intellectual development; extracurricular activities help students expand their intellectual, social, spiritual, and personal growth. Athletics certainly contributes to one’s total development!

Mr. Meldrum has been affiliated with the university since 1976. He holds the rank of Assistant Professor and has been teaching in the Sign Language Studies Department since the program’s inception. Also, Mr. Meldrum is the Director of the Office of Disability Resources. He is the charter president of the Michigan Association of Handicappers in Higher Education and a member of the Association of Higher Education and Disability. Mr. Meldrum was the recipient of the 1994-95 Madonna University Faculty Excellence Award.

Sr. Nancy wishes us to enter the new year with this in mind... “New seasons are times for new goals, new hopes, new opportunities. May this be true for each member of your team. When one can align personal goals with team goals, the outcome will be success though not necessarily winning the game. May each practice, each game and each activity that is part of this year be filled with your best effort and genuine desire to do and be the best you can! May God bless you!”

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UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION BRYAN RIZZO ATHLETICS DIRECTOR

Bryan Rizzo enters his fifth season at the helm of the Madonna University Athletic Department. In just four years leading the Crusaders athletic programs, Rizzo has seen 16 teams at Madonna win conference championships and six teams earn bids to the NAIA National Tournament. Recently, Rizzo has overseen the upgrade of many of Madonna's athletic facilities, including the construction of Ilitch Ballpark, the home of the Crusaders baseball team, and the installation of new bleachers in the Activities Center, the home of the Madonna volleyball and men's and women's basketball teams. In the summer of 2005, Rizzo also watched as new scoreboards were installed in the Activities Center, at Ilitch Ballpark and at Madonna University Field, home of Madonna Softball. Rizzo became the youngest director in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference at the age of 33. He took over a program that sent all seven of its teams to the playoffs in 2001-02, including four teams that participated in NAIA Regional play. In addition, four of those teams were either regular season or tournament champions in the WHAC. The tradition of success continued for the Crusaders in Rizzo's first year at the helm in 2002 as two Crusader teams won regular season championships and three captured WHAC tournament titles. In addition, Rizzo saw two teams, volleyball and women's basketball advance to the NAIA National Championships, with the volleyball team earning the second ever final four bid for a Madonna sport. Rizzo has also worked to increase the quality of life for the studentathlete. Working with the University community, Rizzo saw scholarships at Madonna increase in the 2004-05 season and has watched with pride as the athletic department boasted a 3.17 cumulative grade point average in 2005-06.

It is no exaggeration to say Bryan Rizzo is someone who knows the Madonna athletic program from the ground up. A Livonia native, Rizzo has been involved in the program for 12 years, serving as the Assistant Athletics Director as well as the school's Sports Information Director prior to his appointment as AD. In his time as the school's SID, Rizzo was responsible for handling all media and publicity for the department. During his tenure, Rizzo earned praise for the Crusaders Online Web site as well as for the numerous publications he produced. Rizzo also served two years as the Media Relations Director of the conference and was the NAIA Region VIII Media Director from its inception. During his tenure as SID, the NAIA Sports Information Directors Association honored Rizzo numerous times for his outstanding media guides. Rizzo was also responsible for game-day operations for all seven varsity teams. After obtaining a Bachelors of Arts degree from conference rival Aquinas College with a double major in English and Communications, Rizzo went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Sports Administration from Wayne State University. Being familiar with the situation he faces as Athletics Director, Rizzo has several plans he would like to initiate in the near future. Among his top priorities are the continued improvement of facilities, playing venues and the weight training facilities. His unrivaled passion for Madonna athletics is one of the main reasons that the University named Rizzo as the school’s second-ever athletics director and he hopes to continue the success that has become the norm at the school. "I'm as excited today about Madonna athletics as I was when I started in 1994. I believe we have the finest administration, staff, student athletes and parents in the NAIA. I am honored to be a part of it all." Rizzo, 38, currently resides in Northville, MI.

Rizzo has also overseen the growth of the athletic department with the addition of four sports in the last three years. Madonna has added men's and women's golf and men's and women's cross country, bringing the total number of sports offered to eleven. Rizzo was recognized for his efforts in helping Madonna maintain its stature as one of the nations premier athletic programs in August 2004 with his selection as Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Athletic Director of the Year and NAIA Regional Athletic Director of the Year. In addition, Rizzo was hailed on a national level as the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) General Sport Turf Central Region AD of the Year. Rizzo was honored at the 2005 NACDA National Convention in Orlando Florida. Perhaps the crowning moment for Rizzo thus far came at the end of the 2004-05 season when the department earned the coveted All-Sports Championship awarded by the WHAC annually to the top athletic departThe Crusaders won five conference ment in the conference. championships in 2004-05, the most in any academic year for the program.

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MU SPORTS MEDICINE STAFF

SARAH GRICE

BETH HUBBARD

ATHLETIC TRAINER

ATHLETIC TRAINER

Sarah Grice enters her second season as a full-time athletic trainer at Madonna University after two years as a part-time assistant in the MU Sports Medicine Department.

Beth Hubbard enters her first year as a full-time athletic trainer at Madonna University after five years as the head athletic trainer at Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

In her short time with the Crusaders, Grice has endeared herself to the student-athletes through her hard work and dedication to getting them prepared and recovered from injuries.

Hubbard’s athletic training career started at Hope College, where she graduated Cum Laude in 1999. While majoring in Athletic Training, Hubbard worked with a variety of the Hope’s athletic teams and performed clinical rotations at Lakewood Family Medicine, Holland Hospital rehabilitation clinic and Zeeland High School.

Grice’s athletic training career started at the University of Toledo, where she graduated in 1999. While majoring in Exercise Science with a concentration in Athletic Training, Grice worked with a variety of the Rocket’s athletic teams. As a student trainer she worked closely with the team physicians, performed daily athletic training room duties and assisted in the supervision of other student trainers. After leaving Toledo, she worked with Concord Physical Therapy in Concord, California. From 1999-2000 Grice moved on to the Sports Medicine Shop in San Francisco where she was an assistant athletic trainer and retail associate. She went back to Concord in 2001, working as an athletic trainer at Carondelet High School. Just prior to joining the staff at Madonna, Grice worked as an athletic trainer at County Health Center Rehab and Wauseon High School.

After leaving Hope College, Hubbard served as an intern with the Pittsburgh Pirates and the West Michigan Whitecaps before serving as a graduate assistant at Indiana University. Hubbard also spent two years working as an athletic trainer at the OSMC Rehabilitation Services and The Center for Sports Medicine before completing her master’s degree from Indiana University in 2000. Prior to joining the Madonna University staff, Hubbard’s duties at Calvin included providing athletic training services for 15 varsity and four junior varsity teams. Hubbard also supervised a staff assistant athletic trainer, several student athletic trainers and training room aides.

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THE WOLVERINE-HOOSIER ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

The Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference was formed in 1992 out of the old NAIA District 23. As then Conference Commissioner, and former Concordia Athletic Director, Dr. T. Alan Twietmeyer recalls, shifting national allegiances and new NAIA playoff guidelines were cause for action. "...Northwood, Hillsdale, and SVSU were about to, or had just, gone NCAA II and with some new rules and strategies on the horizon we needed to form a conference for playoff matters, political clout, etc. The ramrod of these early meetings was Glen Donahue of Orchard Lake St. Mary's. We must have met six or eight times with very little progress. A major hurdle was that OLSM only had men's basketball. As the NAIA established affiliated conferences it mandated a conference size (at least six schools) and each school was to have at least six sports. It is ironic that the impetus for the conference came from an institution that is not in the league. About this time Butch Perchan, former AD at Tri-State University, got involved and was interested in joining. He pulled TSU out of their district and joined the WHAC. Butch was the first WHAC President and did much to set up the conference, establish fees, move paperwork, etc." The Conference's six charter members were, Aquinas College, Concordia College, Cornerstone University, Siena Heights University, Spring Arbor College, and Tri-State University.

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Madonna University joined the conference in 1997, with Indiana Institute of Technology joining a year later in 1998. More change came to the conference at the conclusion of the 2003 year when TriState left the WHAC to apply for NCAA status. The conference also lost Spring Arbor following the 2004 campaign as the Cougars joined the MCC. The WHAC Executive Council voted in University of Michigan Dearborn as a member on July 1, 2004 to replace Spring Arbor, again giving the WHAC seven teams. The conference regained it's eighth member in 2005 when Davenport University joined Dearborn as an associate member in the sports of men's and women's basketball and men's soccer and golf. In its 13 years the WHAC has become well respected not only regionally, but nationally. Conference schools have secured National Championships in several sports, both in the NAIA and the NCCAA. The Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference has come a long way since its inception, and we look forward to even greater heights of both academic and athletic excellence! The Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference offices are located on the campus of Cornerstone University in Grand Rapids, Michigan, situated in the back yard of three conference schools.

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WHAC OFFICERS President: Bryan Rizzo Secretary: Paul Lowden Eligibility Chair: Phil Hatlem Media Relations Director: Matt Fancett Statistician: Mike Dean

WHAC MAILING ADDRESS Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference 1001 East Beltline N.E. Grand Rapids, MI 49525-5897 Phone: (734) 432-5610 Fax: (734) 432-5555


Head Coach (11th season) 245-223-5 (.524) University of Michigan (‘94)

haeger’s honors

haeger’s year-by-year YEAR SCHOOL 1997 Madonna Madonna 1998 1999 Madonna 2000 Madonna Madonna 2001 2002 Madonna Madonna 2003 2004 Madonna 2005 Madonna 2006 Madonna MADONNA TOTALS

RECORD PCT 25-30-1 .455 30-26-1 .535 25-24-1 .510 29-25-1 .541 .404 19-28 20-23 .465 22-30 .423 32-25 .561 40-16 .714 35-21-1 .623 245-223-5

TITLES S T

1997......Sectional Coach of the Year Great Lakes Regional Coach of the Year 2005.......WHAC Conference Coach of the Year ABCA Regional Coach of the Year 2006.......WHAC Conference Coach of the Year ABCA Regional Coach of the Year

* * C/* C/T/R/^ .524

KEY: (C) WHAC Conference; (T) Tournament; (S) Sectional; (R) Regional; (*) Regional Qualifier; (^) Super Regional Qualifier > Coach Haeger is congratulated by former MU player and assistant coach Sean Maloney after becoming the career wins leader at Madonna.


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HEAD COACH GREG HAEGER HEAD COACH GREG HAEGER piece to his coaching legacy in 2005 when he guided the Crusaders to a 40-16 record and the WHAC regular season championship. At the helm of the baseball program, Haeger, 37, guided his team to their fifth NAIA regional tournament appearance and a spot in the NAIA top-25 for the first time in school history in 2005, peaking at No. 18 for most of the season. Since taking over for Mike George on June 24, 1996, after a pair of seasons as George’s pitching coach, Haeger has led the Crusaders to a 245223-5 overall record. In recent years his teams have been a constant contender in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference and have gained national attention with their top-25 ranking.

> Haeger tips his cap to the crowd, holding the regional championship trophy after an 8-1 victory over Indiana Tech, securing MU’s first Super Regional appearance.

After a decade of NAIA coaching, Madonna Head Coach Greg Haeger continues to define Crusader Baseball. His brilliant mind for the game and focus on the development of young student-athletes continues to establish Madonna University as one of the most elite collegiate baseball programs in the country and one that consistently vies for conference and regional titles each year. Haeger, 37, enters his 11th year as Crusader head coach amidst a string of accomplishments that have undoubtedly been a direct reflection of his coaching style. His team’s 13-3 league record not only gave the Crusaders their second straight conference crown in 2006, but earned Haeger his second straight WHAC Conference Coach of the Year honor. He has now coached a streak of two consecutive conference Players of the Year in Ben Ramsey (2006) and Joe Greene (2005); Conference Pitcher of the Year Derek Dufrane (2005); and has had two players in the last three years (Ramsey in 2006 and Dufrane in 2005) earn NAIA All America honors with first and second team selections, respectively.

The longest tenured coach in the WolverineHoosier Athletic Conference enters the 2007 season ready for the challenges that await him. No longer do the Crusaders have the luxury of sneaking up on opponents as they have in recent years. After a 2005 season that saw the team start the year with a pair of wins at No. 7 ranked Spalding University and go undefeated (11-0) on the spring trip to Florida, coupled with last year’s near berth in the World Series, the word is now out that Madonna is a force to be reckoned with nationally. Adding to the buzz surrounding the past two seasons was the inaugural game at Ilitch Ballpark on March 27, 2004. Formerly known as Madonna University Ballpark, the brand-new $1 million home of Madonna baseball features a major league playing surface, full infield and outfield drainage, major league-sized dugouts and most importantly, an on-campus home for the team. In October 2005, a generous contribution from Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner and Little Caesar’s Pizza founders, Mike and Marian Ilitch, led to the unveiling of the field’s major league-sized scoreboard bearing the new name beyond the left field fence. The Crusaders christened their new home versus Urbana University (3/27/04) but the result was not what they hoped, coming up on the short end of an 11-7 defeat. The day was not a complete wash however as the stands were packed on what turned out to be one of the nicest weather days of the year. The large crowd cheered the home team on to a 4-3 win in game two of the double header.

Haeger is the architect behind one of the nation’s top pitching staffs, and the Crusader arms carried the team to their second straight 30-win season in 2006 and their third straight regional tournament appearance. With his pitchers fanning opponents 6.6 times per game, good for 10th in the nation, Haeger’s group went on to win the WHAC Conference tournament title and NAIA Region VIII tournament before falling one out short of their first trip to the NAIA World Series.

“That game was a special day for our program and one that I will always look back upon with fond memories,” stated Haeger. “The University and Athletic Department really made it a special day with all the fanfare, first pitch, national anthem, you name it...it was great for our kids.”

After two conference tournament titles, three NAIA regional appearances and several individual coaching awards, Haeger added the missing

Haeger looks to that game as a turning point in Crusader baseball history, and a stepping block for future successes. “We hope to parlay the FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

new field with the success of the program into something that can become tradition here at Madonna,” he said. “Our goal is to make Madonna baseball one of the top programs in the nation, and a place where we can elevate our successes on and off the field for a long time to come.” On the field, Haeger places a strong emphasis on teaching the game of baseball. Whether working as a team or through individual instruction, he has constantly worked to improve fundamentals. In addition, he preaches an aggressive style of play as the Crusaders’ stolen base numbers demonstrate. His work with the Madonna pitching staff is undeniably a major reason for the team’s success in recent years. Last season alone, MU pitchers led the conference in numerous statistical categories and were among the nation’s leaders in ERA and strikeouts. After an outstanding high school career at Detroit Catholic Central, Haeger was named Michigan Amateur player of the year, and was drafted by the Detroit Tigers following his senior season. Haeger put his professional dreams on hold to accept a baseball scholarship and pursue his education at the University of Michigan. Haeger enjoyed a tremendous career at Michigan, earning All- Big Ten Conference honors in both 1998 and 1989. He led the Wolverines with eight game winning RBI's as a sophomore when he batted .292 with five homeruns. He tied for third on the team with 38 RBI's as a sophomore. A career .290 hitter, Haeger spent the majority of his time as a first baseman for the Maize and Blue. In 1990, Haeger was again drafted by the Tigers and opted to turn pro following his junior season. While with the Tigers, Haeger moved up through the farm system, earning All-Star honors in 1991 and playing on the Florida State League Champion Lakeland Tigers in 1992. Unfortunately, a knee injury ended his professional career. Following the injury, Haeger returned to Michigan to complete his degree in general studies in 1994. He later joined the Madonna staff as an assistant. His impact on the pitching staff was immediately noticeable as the team’s ERA finished in the top 15 of the NAIA in two of his three seasons as pitching coach. In addition, he was part of Madonna’s first sectional championship team in 1995. Haeger recently added the duties of field maintenance director to his already full schedule. He is responsible for maintenance and upkeep of University Ballpark as well as the Madonna University Softball Field. Off the field, Coach Haeger and his wife Jean reside in New Hudson with their sons Gregory III [Trey] and Evan.


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ASSISTANT COACHES In his second season with the Crusaders, assistant coach Stu Rose will again work with the MU infielders and serve as hitting coach for the 2007 campaign. Rose will also reprise his role as third base coach, running the offense. He is also a key evaluator of talent in the recruiting process. Rose is no stranger to collegiate coaching having served most recently as an assistant at the University of Detroit. Prior to his time with the Titans, Rose was the head coach at Henry Ford Community College (Dearborn, Mich.) where he became one of the most respected junior college coaches in the area and country. Rose left HFCC as the most successful coach in school history, amassing 435 wins and eight league championships. Rose also led his team to a pair of State and Regional titles and a National Championship runner-up finish in 1994. For his efforts that season, Rose was named the National Tournament Coach of the Year. Rose joined HFCC after eight years as the head coach at Redford Union (Mich.) High School, part of a 25-year and counting coaching career.

STU ROSE

Rose has coached 143 student-athletes who have gone on to play baseball at four-year institutions or professional baseball.

Heavily involved in amateur athletics, Rose has served as the League Director for the Livonia Adray Collegiate Baseball League and the Redford and Livonia Connie Mack programs. He is credited with starting the first ever large scale fall baseball program in Michigan and currently coaches his son John in the South Farmington Blues baseball program. Rose has been married to his wife Jean for 27-years and the couple have three children. Daughters Erica (21) and Joyce (19) and son John (16).

Todd Kalmbach makes the transition from the playing field to the coaching box in his first season as an assistant coach. A two-year letterwinner for the Crusaders (2005-06), Kalmbach was one of the top-hitters in the Crusader program and among league leaders in numerous offensive categories in his two seasons for MU. Kalmbach will serve as a Graduate Assistant Coach for the 2007 season, working with the MU hitters and defense while coaching first-base for coach Haeger. During his playing career, which started at NCAA DI University of Detroit, Kambach helped guide the Crusaders to backto-back Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference championships in his two seasons at first base. In his senior campaign, Kalmbach finished third on the team in hitting (.339), base hits (61), runs batted in (54) and doubles (13). As a junior, Kalmbach was the team leader in hitting (.370) and had the highest on-base percentage of any Crusader at .479. He was named to the Collegiate Baseball Magazine Players to Watch list for 2006. His stellar play at the plate and on defense helped him earn All-WHAC honors as a junior and senior.

TODD KALMBACH

Additionally, Kalmbach was a two time WHAC All-Academic performer, a two time NAIA All-America Scholar Athlete and a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American.

As a prep, Kalmbach was a first-team All-State selection his senior year at Gabriel Richard High School, finishing his prep career with a .390 batting average, five home runs, 30 doubles, 97 RBI and 15 wins on the mound. He was honored as an All-Downriver selection each of his four seasons as well as twice being named to the All-Catholic, All-League and All-Downriver Dream Teams. Kalmbach graduated in May, 2006 with a degree in Social Studies (Education) and continues his post-graduate work at Madonna.

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The 2007 version of the Crusader baseball team might need to overachieve to accomplish its goals, a theme not unfamiliar to Madonna Baseball

2007

season preview

The 2005 and 2006 Crusader baseball squads are perfect examples of what can happen when you take unproven talent and challenge them with greatness. The 2007 group has a blank slate with which to work, with the option to paint their destiny any way they choose. Eleventh-year Head Coach Greg Haeger faces what could be one of his biggest challenges since taking over the program in 1997 turning this year’s young and raw talent into a viable contender at the national level. Armed with just a handful of experienced Crusaders, Haeger will try to mold new faces and new staff with difference responsibilities into a cohesive unit. From an outsider’s perspective, this year might be a “rebuilding year,” a euphemism for “a down year” that Coach Haeger isn’t ready to buy into just yet. “Understanding the challenges we face this year with the new personnel and having a young, inexperienced team, the realist in me says, ‘yeah, this could be a rebuilding year,’ but we aren’t going to hang our hat on that,” Haeger said. “Like always, we plan on winning the WHAC Conference and getting back to the regional tournament for a shot at the World Series. “We aren’t going to use youth and inexperience as an excuse. We are going to accept the challenge

and turn this season into a reloading year instead of a rebuilding year.” Only time will tell. Losing players like Ben Ramsey, Derek Dufrane, Jason Barbeau, Greg Spanel, Clint LaFountaine, Kevin Entsminger, Todd Kalmbach, Justin Fabian and Scott Miller to name a few will not be reflected in the statistics alone. Statistics will come. It is the seasoned leadership of these former Crusaders that the coaching staff will miss most. With all the success the program has experienced over the years, Haeger feels early on that this team might have a false sense of security. “We’re trying to teach them that they can’t assume that just by putting on the uniform that, magically, good things will happen. Winning here doesn’t just happen. A lot of players have worn the Crusader uniform before these young men. They have paid the price and worked hard to put the program in the position it is in today. Winning is in the details. And that is our challenge as a coaching staff, to teach those details...to play the game right.” With those words in mind, let’s take a look around the diamond and preview the 2007 Madonna Crusaders.

here doesn’t just happen. A lot of players have “ Winning worn the Crusader uniform before these young men. They have paid the price and worked hard to put the program in the position it is in today. Winning is in the details.

> Greg Haeger

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2007 SEASON PREVIEW 2007 SEASON PREVIEW > pitching The performance of the 2006 Crusader starting pitchers was a key reason for the team’s success. The rotation was led by the pinpoint control of back-to-back AllAmerican Derek Dufrane, walking just 11 batters all year. Clint LaFountaine and Greg Spanel provided senior leadership and nine combined wins. Add to that the breakout year of sophomore Will Kennedy, who led the team with a 3.32 ERA, and the performance of Keegan Beaton, who fanned 27 hitters in 27 innings as a freshman. Everything fell into place. This spring finds the Crusaders in a much different position. Only Kennedy returns from the aformentioned names as MU trots out a largely inexperienced staff by previous team standards. “We definitely have a different look on the mound this season,” Haeger commented. “But we still expect to produce. We have some guys stepping in that have the ability to make their own names in the record books.” The pitching guru is referring to junior left-hander Eric Wendling, senior transfer Josh Regits, sophomore Joe Kennedy and juniors Carl McDevitt and Ryan Bardoni. Wendling made three appearances last season before elbow trouble sidelined him for the remainder of the campaign. His most memorable start came at No. 6 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) where he held the vaunted Sea Lion offense to just three runs while fanning seven over eight-and-one-third-innings of work for a 5-3 MU victory. “Eric has the ability to be a legitimate number one starter on just about any team we would face,” Haeger said. “He has good stuff, and we are continuing to work with him on the mental side of baseball.” Joe Kennedy and Carl McDevitt come to Madonna from Concordia University (Mich.) and are pretty well-known commodities in Haeger’s eyes. “Each of those guys bring something different to the table, but they both have a shot to crack the starting rotation,” said Haeger. “Joe is a tall power kid, while Carl has a great understanding of how to work his pitches.” Bardoni has perhaps the best momentum heading into the year, having defeated Indiana Tech to secure MU’s NAIA Region VIII champinship in Indianapolis in his final outing. The right-hander threw a complete game with seven hits and seven-strikeouts for the biggest win of his career. “I had the confidence in him that day, even though he had not seen a ton of time during the season,” says Haeger, “just as I have confidence in him heading into this year. Hopefully he can use that game as a springboard for the rest of his career.”

PRESEASON POLLS “He is a bulldog, plain and simple,” Haeger said. “He can flat out pitch and has the tenacity I am looking for in a senior pitcher.” Another key reason last year’s staff was so good was the bullpen performance. Scott Miller came off injuryplagued seasons to earn Most Improved Player honors and was aided by the likes of Andrew Campell, Mike Hand and Kyle Fedorka to help slam the door on opponents. This time around, nine different hurlers are slated for bullpen responsibilities, led by the senior right-handers Hand and Mike Orehek.

naia coaches poll 1

Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)

2

Cumberland (Tenn.)

3

Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

(49-15)

4

Oklahoma City

(50-12)

5

Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) (37-28)

6

British Columbia

(49-14)

7

Lubbock Christian (Texas)

(50-17)

8

California Baptist

9

Bellevue (Neb.)

10 Culver-Stockton (Mo.) 11 Concordia (Calif.)

“Mike (Hand) is a young man who had a breakout freshman season and has been searching for that success ever since,” said Haeger. “With what we have done this offseason and the hard work he has put in, I think he will return to that form.” Orehek has “unlimited potential” according to Haeger as he has shown in flashes throughout his career. The 62 hurler “needs to control the ups and downs” with “consistency being the key to his success.”

12 Warner Southern (Fla.)

(47-8) (51-18)

(43-9) (41-19) (43-17) (34-17-1) (40-18)

13 Louisiana State-Shreveport (41-23) 14 Tennessee Wesleyan

(35-17)

15 Cumberlands (Ky.)

(39-16)

16 Benedictine (Kan.)

(37-15)

17 Jamestown (N.D.) 18 Houston Baptist (Texas) 19 Lee (Tenn.)

(38-11) (40-16-1) (42-18)

20 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) (32-20)

Others vying for time in the pen include; senior lefty Andy Wojcik, senior righty Mike Jacques, sophomore transfer Richard Hammer, sophomore Ryan Brodowsky, red-shirt freshman Keith Lelli, and freshmen Garrett Thiery and Pedro Guerrero.

21 Ohio Dominican

(32-18)

22 Bethany (Kan.)

(38-12)

23 Biola (Calif.)

(37-15)

24 Trevecca Nazarene (Tenn.)

(41-20)

25 Madonna (Mich.)

“It is a good group in the pen so far,” said Haeger. “We have some wild-cards in there with Guerrero and Thiery and we have known commodities in the upperclassmen. What we lack right now is a closer and true set-up man, but we are working toward that.”

(35-21-1)

collegiate baseball news 1

Lewis-Clark State (Idaho)

2

Cumberland (Tenn.)

(51-18)

(47-8)

3

Embry-Riddle (Fla.)

(49-15)

Those who know the program immediately ask about Kyle Fedorka when hearing Haeger talk of the lack of a closer. The senior is already the career saves leader and has proven to be more than effective in that situation.

4

Oklahoma City

(50-12)

5

Auburn Montgomery (Ala.) (37-28)

6

British Columbia

(49-14)

7

Lubbock Christian (Texas)

(50-17)

“We took Kyle out of that role last season to let him concentrate in the field,” says Haeger. “He is such a big part of our everyday lineup that we thought it best for him to concentrate on that...but it is an option this year.”

8

California Baptist

9

Bellevue (Neb.)

Repeating as the top staff in the WHAC and finishing 11th in the nation with 361 strikeouts as a group will be tough to duplicate. It will also be a big key to the team success in 2007.

12 Warner Southern (Fla.)

15 Cumberlands (Ky.)

(39-16)

> infield

16 Benedictine (Kan.)

(37-15)

When prompted to talk about his infield, Coach Haeger stated without skipping a beat, “Kyle Fedorka is our shortstop. There is no question about that.”

18 Houston Baptist (Texas)

At the end of last season, the infield suffered losses at two of the four positions, including first team AllAmerican third baseman Ben Ramsey.

21 Ohio Dominican

(32-18)

22 Biola (Calif.)

(37-15)

Regits is the wild-card, a transfer from Central Michigan University (NCAA DI), who appeared in just one game for the Chips.

10 Culver-Stockton (Mo.) 11 Concordia (Calif.)

(43-17) (34-17-1) (40-18)

13 Louisiana State-Shreveport (41-23) 14 Tennessee Wesleyan

17 Jamestown (N.D.) 19 Lee (Tenn.)

(35-17)

(38-11) (40-16-1) (42-18)

20 Point Loma Nazarene (Calif.) (32-20)

23 Trevecca Nazarene (Tenn.) 24 Madonna (Mich.) 25 Union (Ky.)

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(43-9) (41-19)

(41-20) (35-21-1) (48-14)


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2007 SEASON PREVIEW 2007 SEASON PREVIEW Over the past two seasons, coach Heager used a platoon situation behind the plate with Justin Fabian and Nick Hippler. With both gone due to graduation, the faces may be new, but the routine the same.

With the departure of Ramsey and second baseman Jason Barbeau, Haeger will look to Fedorka to provide much needed leadership. Barbeau and Ramsey alone combined for 129 hits, 21 doubles and 18 home runs last season.

“We’ve had the shuffling of catcher in recent years,” Haeger commented. “I think it is important to keep the catchers well-rested and let them prove themselves over the course of the long season. Then when we get to playoffs we try to go with the hot guy.”

“You don’t replace those two bats in the offense in one year,” says Haeger. “Ben was a once-in-adecade-type of offensive player and Jason was just so smart and a perfect field general.” The departures open the door at third base for senior Gary Van Allen. A fifth-year player, Van Allen has seen starting and back-up duties in his tenure at Madonna. He enters 2007 as the starter mostly due to his experience with Haeger’s system. VanAllen will be backed-up by transfer Gary Rule and red-shirt freshman Dave Cardenas. “None of those guys will replace Ben’s bat,” said Haeger. “But each of them are terrific players in their own right. Nobody fields a better bunt at third base than VanAllen...that I have ever seen.” The second base position is also open with sophomore transfer Ryan Morrow leading the list of candidates in winter workouts. Rule and senior Matt Humenay will also see playing time throught the season. With Fedorka penciled in at short, the only decision is who replaces him on off-days or pitching performances. That honor currently goes to senior Matt Humenay. A grizzled veteran, Humenay has worked hard in the weight room each season to become a much stronger, viable option at shortstop.

> outfield

> Three time All-WHAC performer Kyle Fedorka

Leading the way in winter workouts is smoothhitting lefty Garrett Ignasiak. The Florida Southern College transfer has established himself as the most potent offensive threat but has been away from collegiate baseball since the 2003 season. Also in the mix is red-shirt freshman Zach Flavin. The Novi, Michigan, product saw action in eight games before a shoulder injury shelved him for the remiander of the year.

> catching “We have a great battle going on behind the plate,” Haeger said. “I have three guys who all want to be the starter and that creates great competition in practice and makes each of them better.”

Luttman earned team offensive MVP honors following the 2006 season when he hit .337 and drove in a team-high 63 runs. Add in his pop (11 homers last season) and you have a potent leftystick in the middle of the lineup.

“We’re likely going to create playing time for both those guys,” said Haeger. “Along with Ryan Powell (transfer from Coppin State) we have three catchers that give us great depth.”

“Tony was a huge catalyst of our offense last season,” says Haeger. “He hit for average, power, you name it.”

CF Rhoades Cauzillo Miller

The first base position is a battle of juniors between Dave Herrick and John McCracken. Herrick was a first team All-WHAC performer as a designated hitter last season, but could see the bulk of his time in the field this season. With McCracken coming off nagging injuries last season and the departure off Todd Kalmback, the battle is wide open. Throw into the mix, leftyhitting sophomore Matt Rodeghier, and coach Haeger likes his options at the position. “I like where we are at first base,” said Haeger. “We lose a very good offensive and defensive player in Kalmbach, but I think all three of those guys are ready to step in and fill the shoes.”

The Madonna outfield has seen its share of talented athletes over the years, but none may be as potential-laden as the 2007 squad. A pair of All-WHAC performers return to the corners in leftfielder Manny Alavardo and rightfielder Tony Luttman, while centerfield will see a battle between familiar faces Mike Cauzillo and Dan Miller, as well as freshman Rikco Rhoades.

LF

RF

Alvarado Miller Boyer

Luttman Boyer Miller

SP

RP

Wendling Regits W. Kennedy J. Kennedy Bardoni McDevitt

Brodowsky Orehek Wojcik Hand Guerrero Jacques Lelli Hammer

SS

2B

Fedorka Humenay

Morrow Rule

3B

1B

VanAllen Rule

Herrick McCracken

DH Rule McCracken Rodeghier

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

Fedorka Van Allen Herrick Luttman Ignasiak Rule Alvarado Morrow Rhoades

SS 3B 1B RF C DH LF 2B CF


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> Honorable Mention All-WHAC leftfielder, Manny Alvarado

> Honorable Mention All-America, Dave Herrick

Luttman finished in the top five in every important offesive category last season and drew the most walks on the ballclub.

son of former big-leaguer Nikco Riesgo posesses all the tools to become a force in the MU lineup for years to come, according to Haeger.

“We will have to see how Tony handles life without Ramsey in the lineup,” Haeger says commenting on first-team All-American Ben Ramsey. “Tony got a lot of great pitches because Ben was in there. We also had speed in front of him in the lineup, but he is such a good hitter I don’t think we will see a dropoff.”

“Rikco is a very raw, very talented athlete,” said Haeger. “We have been working hard with him over the fall and winter because we believe that he is the future of our outfield. He has the speed, the glove, the arm, the bat... he has all the tools, we just need to sharpen them.”

Roaming left field is fellow senior Manny Alvarado. After a rough start to the season, Alvarado rebounded to hit .271 with six home runs and 28 RBI. “Manny showed signs in the final half of last season that he can be a very good hitter for us,” Haeger stated. “The way the ball comes off his bat is unlike anyone else on our team...he has big-time power when all his mechanics are right.” The real battle will come in center field where a trio of players look to vie for a starting spot vacated by the graduation of Kevin Entsminger. Junior Mike Cauzillo and senior Dan Miller return to the mix and are possibilities to roam spacious Ilitch Ballpark. Cauzillo, who made a splash as a freshman in 2005, had a down season in ‘06. Appearing in 50 games, Cauzillo hit just .127, but scored 23 runs, the majority coming in pinch-running situations. Miller hit .176 in 33 games, starting twice. The senior scored nine times and drove in four runs. “Both those guys play solid defense and are smart ballplayers,” says Haeger. “We can put either of them out there and know exactly what we are going to get.” The wildcard is freshman Rikco Rhoades. The

Rhoades also provides Haeger with something he has never had in a Madonna uniform: a switch-hitter. “He is the first switch-hitter in our program’s history,” Haeger added. “Right now he is more proficient from the right side, but he is getting better as a lefty and I think by this time next year he will be a force from either direction.” Another player who could figure into the outfield rotation is Scott Boyer. The powerful lefthanded hitter could force Haeger’s hand if he translates cage-power into game-power this spring. “Scott can flat out hit the ball,” says Haeger. “He is a kid that could play the corner outfield spot, or see time at DH, but it will all depend on how he hits. If he hits the way he is capable, then we will have to find a spot for him.”

> 2007 schedule Madonna has always adopted a play-anyone, anywhere type of philosophy and the 2007 season is no exception. Coach Haeger and his staff have assembled another tough schedule in the hopes of preparing their team for a run at post-season glory. The year kicks off with the annual spring trip March 1-10th. This year, the Crusaders head to Pensacola, Florida for the RussMatt Collegiate

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Challenge, playing 13 games in a 10-day stretch. The highlight games on that trip include a double-header with perennial NAIA World Series qualifier William Penn University (IA). “The spring trip is always interesting because we are getting outside for the first time, getting our sea-legs under us and trying to mesh together the team.” MU will return and attempt their earliest home opener in some memory, a St. Patrick’s Day matinee versus Malone College (OH). Trips to perennial powers Spalding University (KY) and St. Xavier University (IL) highlight the non-conference slate before MU opens the conference portion of the schedule March 28th versus Indiana Tech. The WHAC format has changed from a year ago with each team facing their league foes six times. “It should be a very competitive conference this season,” says Haeger. “I think Indiana Tech will be back to their usual standards and Aquinas is always a tough, gritty team. Concordia made great strides last season and Siena Heights is building their program back up.” If the Crusaders can win their third straight WHAC regular season title, they would host the WHAC tournament for the third straight year, May 3rd-5th. Of course the ultimate goal is to get one step further than last season, and earn a trip to the World Series. “We were basically one pitch away last season,” said Haeger. “I think that with the schedule we have built, we will prepare ourselves to make a run when it counts.”


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2007 ROSTER AND PRONUNCIATION GUIDE

numerical roster No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

Name Matt Humenay Ryan Morrow Ryan Powell Brad Sullens Mike Cauzillo Dave Neu Kyle Fedorka Carl McDevitt Dave Cardenas Gary Rule Keith Lelli Gary VanAllen Aaron Carpenter Rikco Rhoades Matt Rodeghier Mike Jacques Drew Fry Dan Miller Zach Flavin Ryan Brodowsky Manny Alvarado Mike Hand Will Kennedy Scott Boyer Richard Hammer Pedro Guerrero Tony Luttman Josh Regits Shawn Little Garrett Ignasiak Bobby Hoffmeyer Andy Wojcik Dave Herrick John McCracken Joe Kennedy Mike Orehek Garrett Thierry Ryan Bardoni Tarik Khasawneh Eric Wendling

POS IF IF C IF OF IF SS RHP IF IF RHP 3B C OF 1B RHP IF OF C RHP OF RHP RHP OF RHP RHP OF RHP OF C IF LHP IF/C 1B/RHP RHP RHP RHP RHP C LHP

alphabetical roster YR Sr. So. Jr. Fr. Jr. So. Sr. Jr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Jr. So. Jr. Fr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Sr. Fr. Jr. Fr. Jr.

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

WT 170 140 165 150 155 165 170 140 185 195 165 190 170 175 190 177 190 190 215 195 220 200 240 210 220 170 210 220 180 225 150 210 240 235 180 250 185 235 180 230

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

HOMETOWN Westland, Mich. Taylor, Mich. Canton, Mich. Belleville, Mich. West Bloomfield, Mich. Canton, Mich. White Lake, Mich. Canton, Mich. Canton, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Madison Heights, Mich. Dearborn, Mich. Sterling Heights, Mich. White Lake, Mich. Farmington, Mich. Southgate, Mich. Madison Heights, Mich. Walled Lake, Mich. Novi, Mich. Farmington, Mich. Southfield, Mich. Farmington Hills, Mich. Westland, Mich. Flat Rock, Mich. Garden City, Mich. Caohuila,Mexico Farmington, Mich. Lake Orion, Mich. Canton, Mich. Waterford, Mich. Warren, Mich. Sterling Heights, Mich. Westland, Mich. Pinckney, Mich. Belleville, Mich. Livonia, Mich. Taylor, Mich. Warren, Mich. Canton, Mich. New Lothrop, Mich.

LAST SCHOOL Livonia Churchill HS Henry Ford CC Coppin State Belleville HS West Bloomfield HS Adrian College Lakeland HS Concordia University Plymouth Salem Tiffin University Lamphere HS Crestwood HS Wayne State Lakeland HS Catholic Central HS Anderson HS Madison HS Concordia University Novi HS Farmington HS Grand Rapids CC North Farmington HS John Glenn HS South Carolina-Salk Concordia University Bochillevata Technico Macomb CC Central Michigan Canton Fla. Southern College DeLaSalle HS Royal Oak Shrine HS Livonia Churchill HS Pinckney HS Concordia University Crestwood HS Gabriel Richard HS Woods Tower HS Canton HS Mott CC

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Greg Haeger............... Head Coach (11th season, Michigan 1994) Stu Rose...................... Assistant Coach Todd Kalmbach.......... Assistant Coach

pronunciation guide Manny Alvarado ........... al-vuh-ROD-o Ryan Bardoni ................ bar-DOE-nee Ryan Brodowsky ........... bro-DOW-ski Dave Cardenas ............... car-DEE-niss Mike Cauzillo ..................... cah-ZILL-o Kyle Fedorka .............. fuh-DOOR-kuh Zach Flavin ........................... FLAH-vin Dave Herrick ......................... HAIR-ick Matt Humenay ......... HUGH-muh-nay

Garrett Ignasiak .............. ig-NAZH-ick Mike Jacques .............................. jocks Tarik Khasawneh ....... tear-ik .. kaz-wah-nee Keith Lelli ................................ LELL-ee Ryan Morrow ......................... more-oh Dave Neu ...................................... new Mike Orehek ......................... oar-heck Josh Regits................................. reg-its Rikco Rhoads ............................ ree-co

Matt Rodeghier ............... rod-uh-gurr Garrett Thierry .......................... theory Andy Wojcik .......................... whoa-jik

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No. 23 42 26 22 9 15 5 7 21 19 29 28 24 37 34 1 33 18 39 25 43 12 32 30 38 8 20 2 6 40 3 31 16 17 11 4 41 13 44 36

Name Manny Alvarado Ryan Bardoni Scott Boyer Ryan Brodowsky Dave Cardenas Aaron Carpenter Mike Cauzillo Kyle Fedorka Zach Flavin Drew Fry Pedro Guerrero Richard Hammer Mike Hand Dave Herrick Bobby Hoffmeyer Matt Humenay Garrett Ignasiak Mike Jacques Joe Kennedy Will Kennedy Tarik Khasawneh Keith Lelli Shawn Little Tony Luttman John McCracken Carl McDevitt Dan Miller Ryan Morrow Dave Neu Mike Orehek Ryan Powell Josh Regits Rikco Rhoades Matt Rodeghier Gary Rule Brad Sullens Garrett Thierry Gary VanAllen Eric Wendling Andy Wojcik


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6-3 / 220 / R/R Senior / Outfield Southfield, Mich. Southfield HS

6-1 / 235 / R/R Junior / Pitcher Warren, Mich. Warren Woods Tower HS

2006: Saw action in 50 contests, including 46 starts • Batted .267 in 135 at bats with seven doubles, one triple and six homers • Finished sixth on the team with 28 RBI and eighth on the squad with 30 runs scored • Recorded a .467 slugging percentage and .396 on base percentage • Was fourth on the team by drawing 24 walks • Struck out 31 times • Stole 11 bases in 13 chances • Picked up his first hit as a Crusader against Lee (3/19/06) • Recorded his first home run as a Crusader as a part of a 3-for4 performance against Rochester (3/22/06) • Posted six multi-hit games, including four games with three hits • Recorded a .957 fielding average in 46 chances with two errors. GRAND RAPIDS CC: Spent two years at G.R.C.C. seeing limited time due to injuries. SOUTHFIELD HS: A four-year letterman in baseball at Southfield High • Was a three-time All-Conference selection on the diamond • Earned AllState honors as a junior and senior • Was a two-time All-Area selection • Played three years of varsity basketball • Earned seven total varsity letters. PERSONAL: Born on May 20, 1983 • Parents are Efrain and Catherine Alvarado • Major is Criminal Justice.

ALVARADO • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2006

.267

50

46

135

30

36

7

1

6

28

24

31

11-13

TOTALS

.267

50

46

135

30

36

7

1

6

28

24

31

11-13

2006: Appeared in 11 games on the mound, including three starts • Posted a 3-1 record with two complete games and a 4.28 earned run average • Worked 40 innings during the season, yielding 22 runs, including 19 earned • Walked 14 batters and struck out 29 • Earned second win of the season after throwing a complete game against Indiana Tech (5/12/06) to help Madonna clinch their first ever NAIA Regional title • During that game, he struck out seven batters and scattered seven hits, while allowing just one run. 2005: Appeared in six games as a true freshman • Posted a 7.56 ERA and 1-0 record in 16-and-two-thirds innings of work • Earned a starting nod twice including his first collegiate start at Western Michigan (3/30/05) lasting one-and-two-thirds while surrendering three runs • Posted first collegiate strikeout in college debut versus Lakeland College (3/11/05) • Tallied career high four punch-outs versus at Indiana Tech (5/2/05), his longest outing of the season, lasting eight innings. WARREN WOODS TOWER HS: Earned eight varsity letters in high school, four each in baseball and football • Was a two-time All-State selection in baseball earning the honor in sophomore and senior seasons • Named All-County, All-State and All-Academic as a senior pitcher • Collected numerous football awards including All-County linebacker as a sophomore and All-County quarterback as a senior • Captains Club member and All "A" honor roll member senior year. PERSONAL: Born June 5, 1986 • Son of Tim and Sue Bardoni • Has one brother, Steve • Majoring in Criminal Justice.

BARDONI • PITCHING MANNY ALVARADO

YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

2005

7.56

1-0

6

2

0

0

0

16.2

21

15

14

6

7

2006

4.28

3-1

11

3

2

0

0

40.0

44

22

19

14

29

TOTALS

5.24

4-1

17

5

2

0

0

56.2

65

37

33

20

36

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SO


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ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

SHO

IP

H

R

ER

BB

2006

12.60

1-0

6

0

0

0

0

5.1

9

8

7

5

3

12.60

1-0

6

0

0

0

0

5.1

9

8

7

5

3

TOTALS

SO

6-3 / 210 / L/R Sophomore / Outfielder Flat Rock, Mich. Flat Rock HS

6-0 / 185 / R/R Freshman / Infielder Canton, Mich. Salem HS PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one year at the University of South Carolina-Salkehatchie and was a member of the baseball team and Dean's List. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2005 from Flat Rock Community High School in Flat Rock, Michigan • Earned three varsity letters in baseball • Batted .329 with seven home runs, 26 RBI and 20 stolen bases as a senior • Hit .335 with six homers, 35 RBI and 25 stolen bases in his junior season • Posted a .395 batting average with eight home runs, 41 RBI and 15 stolen bases during his sophomore campaign • Regular member of the Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Full name is Scott Thomas Boyer • He is the son of Randy and Renae Boyer • Has two sisters, Erica and Haley • Born on October 2, 1987 • Majoring in Criminal Justice.

2006: Did not appear in any games as a part of a redshirt season and retains four seasons of eligibility. PLYMOUTH SALEM HS: Was a three-year letterman in both baseball and basketball • Helped lead Salem to a district championship in baseball as a senior • Was named team MVP in basketball after leading the team in scoring as a senior • Three-year honor-roll-member. PERSONAL: Born February 20, 1987 • Son of Frank Cardenas • Has two brothers, Ken and Rob • Father Frank played collegiate football at Ferris State University • Majoring in Business Administration.

6-2 / 195 / R/R Sophomore / Pitcher Farmington, Mich. Farmington HS

5-11 / 170 / R/R Freshman / Catcher Sterling Heights, Mich. Stevenson HS

2006: Appeared in six games on the mound • Posted a 1-0 win-loss record and 12.60 earned run average, while working five innings • Allowed nine hits and eight runs, while striking out three and walking five batters • Posted his first collegiate strikeout against Goshen (4/11/06).

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one year at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan • Retains four years of eligibility.

FARMINGTON HS: Was a three-year letterwinner in baseball and football at Farmington H.S. • Was named All-Conference in baseball as a junior.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2005, from Adlai Stevenson High School in Sterling Heights, Michigan • Earned three varsity letters in baseball, four in swimming and two in soccer • Earned All-State honors while leading team to state championship in baseball.

PERSONAL: Born February 2, 1987 • Son of John and Nancy Brodowsky • Has a brother John and sister Sara • Majoring in Business Administration.

PERSONAL: Full name is Aaron Michael Carpenter • He is the son of Michael and Jill Carpenter • Has one sister, Lauren • Born on March 29, 1987 • Majoring in Elementary Education.

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5-8 / 155 / R/R Junior / Outfield West Bloomfield, Mich. West Bloomfield HS

5-8 / 170 / L/R Senior / Infielder-Pitcher White Lake, Mich. Lakeland HS

2006: Saw action in 50 games, including 16 starts • Batted .127 in 63 at bats with eight hits • Only extra base hit was a double against Bethany (3/7/06) • Recorded four RBI, five walks and six strikeouts • Stole four bases in seven chances • Posted a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in 39 chances with 37 putouts and two assists. 2005: Pressed into starters role as a true freshman during spring trip to Florida • Collected first collegiate hit in debut versus Malone (3/5/05) going 2-for-3 with a double and two runs scored • Played his way into everyday lineup finishing third on the team in hitting (.341) and third in runs scored (36) • Collected 46 hits with eight doubles and two triples • Also knocked in 29 runs and stole 10-of-12 bases • Recorded multi-hit games 15 times and two or more RBI's on seven occasions. WEST BLOOMFIELD HS: Was a three-year letterwinner in baseball • Was only sophomore on varsity roster in 2002 • Hit .350 as teams starting centerfielder as a junior • Named All-District as a senior when he hit .380 with one home run as a centerfielder, third baseman and pitcher • Named West Bloomfield Athlete of the Year as a senior. PERSONAL: Born April 11, 1986 • Son of John and Debra Cauzillo • Has one brother, Brian and one sister, Lori • Majoring in Graphic Design (Art).

CAUZILLO • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2005

.341

49

36

135

36

46

8

2006

.127

50

16

63

23

8

1

TOTALS

.273

99

52

198

59

54

9

2

MIKE CAUZILLO

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2

0

29

12

21

10-12

0

0

4

5

6

4-7

0

33

17

27

14-19

2006: Saw action in 51 games, including 49 starts • Batted .316 in 152 at bats with 48 hits, seven doubles, two triples and two home runs • Finished fourth on the squad with 30 runs batted in • Drew 23 walks and struck out 12 times • Finished fourth on the team with a .422 on base percentage • Stole eight bases in 11 chances • Recorded a .900 fielding average in 201 chances with 119 assists and 20 errors • Had a season high three hits against Concordia (CA) on 3/10/06 • Also made nine appearances on the mound and posted a 7.71 earned run average • Led team with four saves in 11 and 2/3 innings of work • Walked four batters and struck out six • Earned Honorable Mention All-WHAC honors. 2005: Made 17 appearances on the mound, all in a relief role • Posted a 6-1 record a 4.80 ERA as the closer, collecting six saves • Struck out 16 hitters in 30 innings of work and held opponents to a .248 batting average • Tied the career record for saves on April 23, 2005 throwing a scoreless ninth inning with two strikeouts at Indiana Tech • Became the new career saves leader with his 14th career save also against Indiana Tech May 2, 2005 • Was named first team All-Conference and All-Region as a reliever and was a NAIA honorable mention All-American selection • Also appeared in 45 games in the field, starting 38 times • Posted a .280 average, going 33-for-118 with five doubles, two triples and a pair of homeruns • Hit a walk-off two-run homer versus Aquinas on April 3, 2005, his first career game-winner. 2004: Burst on the scene in first collegiate season posting nine saves, setting a new single season record for Madonna • Saw first collegiate action in a 15-6 Madonna victory over Northwood (2/28/04) going two innings of hitless ball and recording his first collegiate strikeout • First save came the next day as Fedorka came in to record the final out in a victory over Point Park (3/1/04) • Second career save was against Millersville (3/6/04) - his longest outing of the season when he lasted three innings and struck out two • His most impressive outing of the year was a one-inning stint at Tiffin (4/20/04) when he struck out three to pick up his sixth save • Broke the single season save record with his eighth of the year versus Concordia (5/3/04) and added to the new mark also against the Cardinals (5/9/04) recording the final two outs in a 4-3 Madonna win • Finished the season with a 3.93 ERA in 17 appearances • Totaled 18.1 innings of work, striking out 15 and allowing 15 hits • Faced 70 batters, holding them to a .214 average • Also made eight appearances at the plate, going hitless with two walks and one stolen base • Was a unanimous pick as closer on the All-WHAC first team. LAKELAND HS: Played varsity baseball and golf all four years at Lakeland High School • Baseball honors include All-Kensington Valley Conference first team, All-District first team and All-County "Dream Team" as a senior • All-KVC first team, All-Area first team and All-District

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first team as a junior • As a sophomore, named to KVC second team • Named to All-KVC first team, All-County and All-Metro in golf as a junior • All-County in golf as a senior • Was also an Honor Roll member. PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • Son of Bob and Kathy Fedorka • Born June 9, 1985 • Has one sister, Kelly.

FEDORKA • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2004

.000

8

0

8

2

0

0

0

0

0

2

2

2-2

2005

.280

45

38

118

25

33

5

2

2

26

17

10

4-6

2006

.316

51

49

152

34

48

7

2

2

30

23

12

8-11

TOTALS

.273

104

87

278

61

81

12

4

4

56

42

24

14-19

FEDORKA • PITCHING

and was awarded a redshirt • Retains four seasons of eligibility. NOVI HS: Earned six varsity letters as a prep, three each in baseball and hockey • Was team captain for baseball as a senior, hitting .498 with six home runs and 40 RBI • Earned All-KVC, All-District and All-Region honors for in baseball three straight seasons • Also captained the ice hockey team as senior • Scored seven goals with 16 assists in final two seasons on the ice • Played summer baseball for the Michigan Monarchs. PERSONAL: Majoring in Education • Son of Paul and Diane Flavin • Born September 3, 1986 • Has one sister, Katie.

FLAVIN • HITTING

YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

2004

3.93

0-1

17

0

0

9

2005

4.80

6-1

17

0

0

6

SHO

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

0

18.1

15

12

8

9

15

2006

.067

8

3

15

0

1

0

0

0

4

0

3

0-0

0

30.0

28

16

16

11

16

TOTALS

.067

8

3

15

0

1

0

0

0

4

0

3

0-0

2006

7.71

1-0

9

0

0

4

0

11.2

17

10

10

4

6

TOTALS

3.97

7-2

43

0

0

19

0

60.0

60

38

34

24

37

SB-A

KYLE FEDORKA

5-10 / 190 / R/R Freshman / Infielder Madison Heights, Mich. Madison HS

2006: Did not appear in any games during a redshirt season • Retains four seasons of eligibility. MADISON HS: Earned five varsity letters as a prep, two each in baseball and football and one in basketball • Was named All-Oakland Athletic Association (OAA) division three and Daily Tribune All-Area as a junior in baseball • Scored 50 runs and was 29-for-29 in stolen bases as a senior while hitting .517 on his way to Daily Tribune All-Area Dream team, Macomb Conference Silver team and All-State honorable mention honors. PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • Son of Paul and June Fry • Born May 11, 1987 • Older brother Kellen was a two-year letterman and All-Conference performer for the Crusaders from 2004-05.

6-1 / 215 / R/R Freshman / Catcher Novi, Mich. Novi HS

2006: Saw action in eight games, including three starts • Batted .067 in 15 at bats with one hit and four RBI • Recorded first collegiate hit against Dakota Wesleyan (3/8/06) • Posted a perfect 1.000 fielding average in 28 chances • Forced to miss much of the season due to a shoulder injury

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5-11 / 170 / R/R Freshman / Pitcher Caohuila, Mexico C.B. Technico HS

6-2 / 220 / R/R Senior / Pitcher Farmington Hills, Mich. North Farmington HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006 from Centro of Bochillevata Technico High School I.S. #20 in Caohuila, Mexico • Earned one varsity letter in baseball • Earned Tournament MVP honors after pitching seven innings and striking out 13 batters in the state championship game • Played club baseball for the Tusos Club Team and was named Rookie of the Year. PERSONAL: Full name is Pedro Ali Guerrero Bernea • He is the son of Pedro and Griselda Guerrero • Has two sisters, Cynthia and Salma • Born on February 20, 1988 • Major undecided.

6-1 / 220 / R/R Junior / Pitcher Garden City, Mich. Univ. of Detroit-Jesuit HS

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent two years at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan • Earned WHAC Pitcher of the Week in April 2005 • During his sophomore season, he saw action in 11 games on the mound • Posted a team best 2.31 earned run average with a 2-0 win-loss record and one save in 23 and 1/3 innings of work • Posted back-to-back wins against Rochester (4/20/06) and Siena Heights (4/22/06) • Also earned a save in the same week against Northwood (4/18/06). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2004 from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School in Detroit, Michigan • Earned two varsity letters in baseball • Led team to district championship as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Richard Louis Hammer • Is the son of Richard and Pat Hammer • Has one brother, James, and one sister, Christine • Born August 12, 1985 • Majoring in Sports Management.

2006: Appeared in seven games on the mound, including two starts • Posted an 0-1 win-loss record and 7.43 earned run average while working 13 and 1/3 innings • Allowed 14 hits and 14 runs, including 11 earned runs • Walked eight batters and struck out eight • Started against Bethany (3/7/06) and struck out four batters over 5 and 1/3 innings • Named to the WHAC All-Academic team. 2005: Appeared in nine games on the mound as a sophomore • Posted a 2-0 record, starting six games • Was part of one combined shut-out • Tallied 24-and-two-thirds innings of work, surrendering 39 hits and striking out 17. 2004: The surprise of the freshman class on the mound • Posted a 4-1 record in seven appearances, five as a starter • Tied for the team lead with three complete games • Also posted the teams lone shutout from a starter • Made his collegiate debut versus Point Park (3/1/04) going six innings and fanning five in a 10-0 Crusader victory • Allowed just three hits in first career start • Improved record to 2-0 with a six-inning five hit performance against Millersville (3/6/04) • Suffered first college defeat at Ohio Dominican going six innings and allowing five earned runs in a 5-3 loss • Picked up back-to-back victories in conference play versus Aquinas (4/10/04) and Siena Heights (4/17/04) • threw three innings of relief, striking out one and allowing four hits in victory over Siena Heights • got the start and went all seven innings while fanning two and allowing no earned runs in win over Siena Heights • Has yet to allow an earned run in conference play • Finished the season with a 2.25 ERA in 36 innings of work • Struck out 12 on the season • Allowed just nine earned runs • Was named to the Honorable Mention All-Conference squad. HIGH SCHOOL: Played varsity baseball his sophomore, junior and senior years at North Farmington • Also played varsity hockey as a junior and senior • Helped North Farmington clinch division championship as a senior • Named to All-OAA Division II team and All-District team his senior year • Honor Roll member all four years. PERSONAL: Majoring in History • Son of Michael and Kim Hand • Born August 5, 1985 • Has two sisters, Emily and Sarah.

HAND • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2004

2.25

4-1

7

5

3

0

1

36.0

45

19

9

7

12

2005

8.03

2-0

9

6

0

0

0

24.2

39

26

22

11

17

2006

7.43

0-1

7

2

0

0

0

13.1

14

14

11

8

8

TOTALS

5.11

6-2

23

13

3

0

1

74.0

98

59

42

26

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5-11 / 240 / R/R Junior / Infielder-Catcher Westland, Mich. Churchill HS

6-2 / 150 / R/R Freshman / Infielder Warren, Mich. DeLaSalle HS

2006: Saw action in 53 games, starting 52 times • Batted .331 in 175 at bats with 58 hits, including 16 doubles and three homers • Drove in 30 runs and scored 41 • Posted a .474 slugging percentage and a .414 on base percentage • Was perfect in the stolen base category with 11 stolen bases in as many chances • Posted a perfect 1.000 fielding average in 64 chances • Drew 21 walks and struck out 18 times • Went 3-for-4 with a home run, three RBI and three runs scored against Siena Heights (4/1/06) • Had a 3-for-3 performance with three doubles against Rochester (3/22/06) • Went 4-for-6 with a double, three runs scored and one RBI against Concordia (5/4/06) • Had 15 multi-hit games, including five contests with at least three hits • Named First Team All-WHAC, First Team AllRegion and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006, from DeLaSalle High School in Warren, Michigan • Earned four varsity letters in baseball, two in golf and one in basketball • Led team to back-to-back district championships during his junior and senior seasons. PERSONAL: Full name is Robert Arthur Hoffmeyer • Son of Robert and Rosemary Hoffmeyer • Has two sisters, Robyn and Rachel • Born November 2, 1988 • Is undecided in his major.

2005: Appeared in 50 games for the Crusaders, mostly as a designated hitter • Collected 42 hits in 142 at-bats, a .296 average • Posted 11 extra base hits, eight doubles and three home runs • His three round-trippers tied for second on the team • Had 29 RBIs and 59 total bases with a .415 slugging percentage • Posted his best day as a Crusader at Indiana Tech when he slammed two of his home runs in a single game.

5-10 / 170 / R/R Senior / Infielder Westland, Mich. Churchill HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Played varsity baseball his last three seasons at Churchill • Named to all-area first team his senior year • Was elected captain and team MVP as a senior • Also played varsity hockey his junior and senior years. PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • Son of Don and Peggy Herrick • Born July 31, 1985 • Has one sister Jillian.

HERRICK • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

2005

.296

50

41

142

24

42

8

0

3

29

9

9

SB-A 1-3

2006

.331

53

52

175

41

58

16

0

3

30

21

18

11-11

TOTALS

.315

103

93

317

65 100

24

0

6

59

30

27

12-14

DAVE HERRICK

2006: Appeared in 29 games, including six starts • Posted a .150 batting average in 20 at bats with three hits, including a double against Point Loma (3/7/06) and six strikeouts • Drove in three runs and collected seven walks • Recorded a .370 on-base percentage • Posted an .882 fielding percentage in 34 chances with 20 assists, 10 putouts and four errors. 2005: Saw action in 34 games, getting the call to start 18 times • Collected 16 hits in 54 at bats for a .296 average with two doubles and eight RBI • Drew 13 walks against nine strikeouts • Was on base 42.9-percent of the time • Fielded .929 with 42 putouts in the field. 2004: Appeared in 20 games as a red-shirt freshman making 13 starts at shortstop • Was one of a trio of players that shared playing time at shortstop • Hit .200 going 6-for-30 with eight runs scored and one extra base hit • Also collected one RBI • Drew six walks and was hit twice • Posted a .359 on-base percentage and was a perfect three-for three in stolen bases • Recorded 26 put-outs defensively with nine errors for a .842 fielding percentage • Saw first collegiate action in the season opener versus Northwood (2/28/04) scoring a run as a pinch runner • Got first start versus Point Park (3/1/05) going 1-for-2 with a run scored to collect his first

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES collegiate base hit • First extra base hit came versus The Franciscan University (3/7/04), a double • Recorded his first RBI at Ohio Dominican (4/6/04). CHURCHILL HS: A 2002 graduate • Earned four varsity letters in baseball • Was selected All-Conference and All-Observer as a senior • Led his team in hitting as a senior • Was named team's Most Valuable Player following his senior campaign • Played for former Crusader Eric Lightle in the summer of 2002 for the Wayne Bandits.

5-7 / 177 / R/R Junior / Pitcher Southgate, Mich. Anderson HS

PERSONAL: Majoring in Sport Management • Son of John and Sheila Humenay • Born August 25, 1984 • Has two brothers Brian and Gary and one sister, Christine.

HUMENAY • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2004

.200

20

13

30

8

6

1

0

0

1

6

11

3-3

2005

.296

34

18

54

17

16

2

0

0

8

13

9

0-0

2006

.150

29

6

20

5

3

1

0

0

3

7

6

0-0

TOTALS

.240

83

37

104

30

25

4

0

0

12

26

26

3-3

5-11 / 225 / R/R Junior / Catcher Waterford, Mich. Mott HS

2006: Appeared in two games on the mound, including one start against Goshen (4/11/06) • Pitched 3 and 2/3 innings and posted a 4.91 earned run average • Struck out two batters and walked two • Held opponents to a team best .154 batting average. 2005: Appeared in three games as a true freshman all in relief • Was part of one combined shut-out • Posted a 1-0 record and 3.60 ERA in five innings of work • Recorded his first collegiate victory May 3rd against Calvin College working two innings of scoreless relief • Notched first collegiate strike out March 10th versus Grace, fanning a pair in one inning of relief work. 2004: Sat out as a medical red-shirt, retaining four years of eligibility. HIGH SCHOOL: Was a two-year varsity baseball player for Head Coach Scott Ferantee at Anderson • Earned Academic All-League as a senior • Posted seven saves out of the pen as a junior • Was captain of his JV team as a sophomore • Two year letterwinner in football earning allLeague Honorable Mention honors as both a junior and senior as a defensive lineman • Member of the National Honor Society and four year Honor Roll.

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent three years at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, Florida. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2000 from Orchard Lake St. Mary's Prep High School • Earned three varsity letters in baseball • Was named team captain as a senior and All-Catholic • Helped team to 1998 state championship as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Full name is Garrett R. Ignasiak • He is the son of Gary and Pam Ignasiak • Has one brother, Ryan, and one sister, Janelle • His father, Gary, played professional baseball for the Detroit Tigers • His uncle, Mike, played professionally for the Milwaukee Brewers • Born on November 8, 1982 • Majoring in Business Administration.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Education • Son of Thomas Jacques and Linda Collins • Born November 23, 1985 • Has one brother, Rob and one sister Jan.

JACQUES • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

SHO

IP

H

R

ER

BB

2005

3.60

1-0

3

0

0

0

0

5.0

7

2

2

4

3

2006

4.91

0-0

2

1

0

0

0

3.2

2

2

2

2

2

TOTALS

4.15

1-0

5

1

0

0

0

8.2

9

4

4

6

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES strikeouts in 56-and-two-thirds innings of work. • First college strikeout came February 27th versus Spalding • Posted 11 games of three or more strikeouts on the year • Fanned a career high nine batters in the NAIA Region VIII tournament versus Indiana Tech, an 11-7 Madonna victory • Earned honorable mention All-Conference honors for his efforts.

6-3 / 180 / R/R Sophomore / Pitcher Belleville, Mich. Belleville HS

2004: Sat out the season as a red-shirt, retaining four years of eligibility. JOHN GLENN HS: Earned four letters in baseball at John Glenn High School • Was named a Scholar Athlete as a freshman • Posted a 4-2 record with 63 strikeouts in 31 innings of work as a sophomore • Went 80 on the mound with one save in his junior year earning All-Area, AllDivision and All-District honors • As a senior posted 75 strikeouts in 30 innings with a 4-2 record • Named First Team All-League as a senior • Also earned two varsity letters in football and was an All-Division selection as a senior.

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one year at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan • Appeared in 10 games on the mound for the Cardinals • Posted a 2-0 win-loss record in 17 innings of work • Earned his first collegiate win and strikeout against Grace (3/9/06). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2005, from Belleville High School in Belleville, Michigan • Was a two-year varsity letterwinner • Named AllConference as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Joseph Bolling Kennedy III • He is the son of Joseph and Marcia Kennedy • Has one brother, Caleb • Born August 26, 1987 • Is undecided in his major.

PERSONAL: Major is undecided • Son of Will and Kelly Kennedy • Born October 19, 1985 • Has one brother, Jeff.

WILL KENNEDY • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2005

4.76

4-1

14

10

1

1

SHO 0

56.2

62

32

30

25

49

2006

3.34

4-1

13

12

3

0

1

67.1

70

36

25

31

70

TOTALS

3.99

8-2

27

22

4

1

1

124.0 132

68

55

56 119

5-8 / 180 / R/R Freshman / Catcher Canton, Mich. Canton HS

5-9 / 240 / R/R Junior / Pitcher Westland, Mich. John Glenn HS

2006: Appeared in 13 games on the mound, including 12 starts • Worked 67 and 1/3 innings, while posting a 4-1 win-loss record and a 3.34 earned run average • Recorded three complete games, including a shutout against Bethany (3/6/06) • Was a part of two other combined shutout efforts • Ranked second on the team with 70 strikeouts • Ranked 42nd overall in the nation in strikeouts per nine innings (9.1) • Posted a career high in strikeouts with 11 against Spalding (3/25/06) and again against Indiana Tech (4/29/06) • Earned back-to-back wins against Indiana Tech (4/29/06 and 5/4/06) • Named First Team All-WHAC, First Team AllRegion and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006, from Canton High School in Canton, Michigan • Earned three varsity letters in baseball • Named Honorable Mention All-Conference as a sophomore • Earned All-District and Second Team All-Observerland honors and threw out 28 of 32 base runners from the catcher's position as a junior • Named All-Conference, First Team AllObserverland and All-Area, while posting a .400 batting average and throwing out 16 of 18 potential base stealers as a senior. PERSONAL: Full name is Tarik Qasem Khasawneh • He is the son of Qasem and Linda Khasawneh • He has two sisters, Katie and Dera • Born on May 20, 1988 • Majoring in Accounting.

2005: Was one of the pleasant surprises of 2005 after going 4-1 with a 4.76 ERA in his first collegiate season • Appeared in 14 games with 10 starts • Threw one complete game, a 3-1 victory at nationally ranked Spalding (KY) February 27th for his first collegiate appearance • Also picked up a save April 14th in MU's 12-11 victory at Tiffin • Recorded 49

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5-5 / 165 / R/R Freshman / Pitcher Madison Heights, Mich. Lamphere HS

5-10 / 210 / L/L Senior / Outfield Farmington, Mich. Farmington HS

2006: Did not appear in any games as a part of a redshirt season and retains four seasons of eligibility. LAMPHERE HS: Earned eight total letters as a prep, three each in baseball and soccer and two in basketball • Earned All-County and AllConference honors as sophomore in baseball • Was named team MVP, All-District and All-Area Dream Team as a junior • Pulled in numerous awards on the diamond as a senior including Macomb Area Conference MVP • All-Area Dream Team Player-of-the-Year • All-District, All-Region and second team All- State. PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • son of Mark and Barb Lelli • Born September 5, 1986 • Has one brother, Chris.

2006: Saw action and started in 56 games • Batted .321 in 196 at bats with 63 hits, including 10 doubles, one triple and 11 home runs • Ranked 50th in the nation in home runs per game (0.2) • Was second on the team with 55 runs scored • Finished second on the team with a .551 slugging percentage • Recorded a .408 on base percentage and drew a team high 29 walks • Stole five bases in seven attempts • Posted a team high 64 runs batted in • Ranked 25th in the nation in runs batted in per game (1.2) • Recorded his first career hit as a Crusaders against Culver-Stockton (3/5/06) • Posted his first home run as a Crusader against Point Loma Nazarene (3/8/06) • Went 2-for-3 against Rochester (3/22/06) with two home runs and three RBI • Went 4-for-4 against Siena Heights (4/22/06) with five RBI and two doubles • Had another 4-for-4 performance against Taylor (5/10/06) with one double, one triple and three RBI • Went 2-for-5 with two homers and four RBI against Bethel (5/11/06) • Recorded 15 multi-hit games, including four with at least three hits • Earned team's Offensive Player of the Year honor • Named First Team All-WHAC. PRIOR TO MADONNA: Attended Henry Ford and Macomb community colleges and also Michigan State University before transferring to Madonna for his junior season • Was a standout at Macomb as an outfielder and pitcher.

5-11 / 180 / R/R Freshman / Outfield Canton, Mich. Canton HS

FARMINGTON HS: Was a four-year varsity letterwinner in both football and baseball at Farmington. PERSONAL: Majoring in Business Administration • Son of Lee and Sue Luttman • Born December 14, 1983 • Has one sister, Angela.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006, from Canton High School in Canton, Michigan • Earned four varsity letters in baseball and three in football • Was named Male Athlete of the Year and team captain in baseball and football during his senior season • Named Honorable Mention AllConference in junior and freshman seasons • Named Western Lakes AllConference, All-District and First team All-Observerland as a senior.

LUTTMAN • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

2006

.321

56

56

196

55

63

10

1

11

64

29

33

SB-A 5-7

TOTALS

.321

56

56

196

55

63

10

1

11

64

29

33

5-7

PERSONAL: Full name is Shawn Richard Little • He is the son of Guy and Rhonda Little • Has one brother, Matt • Born on March 20, 1988 • Majoring in Sports Management.

TONY LUTTMAN

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6-2 / 235 / R/R Junior / Infield-Pitcher Pinckney, Mich. Pinckney HS

5-7 / 140 / R/R Junior / Pitcher Canton, Mich. Canton HS

2006: Saw action in 13 games, including five starts after missing most of the year due to injury • Batted .381 in 21 at bats with eight hits and five runs scored • Posted seven RBI and a .381 slugging percentage • Recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding average in 11 chances. 2005: Appeared in 30 games, starting 23 times as a red-shirt freshman • Collected 22 hits in 76 at-bats for a .289 average • Showed flashes of power potential with three doubles and a pair of home runs • Totaled 14 RBI on the year and 31 total bases • Made collegiate debut February 25th at Spalding going 2-for-3 with a double and run scored, his first collegiate hit • Had five multi-hit games and two multi-RBI performances including a career high three versus Urbana March 8th • First college home run came in that Urbana game. 2004: Sat out the season as a redshirt and retained four years of eligibility.

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent two seasons at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan and one year at Saginaw Valley State University in Saginaw, Michigan • Earned Honorable Mention All-WHAC as a freshman • Named Preseason All-WHAC prior to his sophomore season • In his sophomore season at Concordia, he made nine appearances on the mound, posting a 2-4 win-loss record and a 7.75 ERA • Earned his two wins in back-to-back outings against Bethel (4/29/06) and Aquinas (5/4/06). HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2003, from Canton High School in Canton, Michigan • Was a four-year varsity letterwinner in baseball • Earned AllConference honors as a senior and Honorable Mention All-Conference as a junior • Picked up All-Division honors as a sophomore. PERSONAL: Full name is Carl Richard McDevitt • He is the son of Michael and Janice McDevitt • He has one sister, Kira • Born on December 2, 1984 • Majoring in Sports Management.

PINCKNEY HS: Was a three year letterwinner at Pinckney for Head Coach Dave McWhinnie • Earned Second Team All-League honors as a sophomore and All-County, All-League honors as a junior after hitting .449 with five homeruns • Was named the team’s "best hitter" as both a junior and senior • Elected First Team All-County, First Team All-League and team captain as a senior • Hit .404 as a senior with eight homeruns • Played one year on the varsity golf team • Captained the squad in senior season • Four year Honor-Roll-Member.

6-0 / 190 / R/R Senior / Outfield Walled Lake, Mich. Central HS

PERSONAL: Major is undecided • Son of Scott and Molly McCracken • Born April 2, 1985 • Has one sister, Kate.

McCRACKEN • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

2005

.289

30

23

76

9

22

3

0

2

14

7

21

SB-A 0-2

2006

.381

13

5

21

5

8

0

0

0

7

0

1

0-0

TOTALS

.309

43

28

97

14

30

3

0

2

21

7

22

0-2

JOHN McCRACKEN

2006: Appeared in 33 games, starting twice • Batted .176 in 17 at bats with one double and three RBI • Posted a .364 on base percentage, while drawing two walks • Scored nine runs and stole three bases in seven chances • Recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding average in six chances. 2005: Appeared in 34 games, starting seven times • Collected eight hits in 31 at bats for a .258 average • Had three doubles and four RBI • Slugged .355 and posted a .411 on-base percentage • Notched his first hit as a Crusader February 27th at Spalding • Had a stellar game April 14th versus Tiffin, getting the start versus the Dragons and delivering

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES with a 3-for-5 performance including two doubles, two RBIs and two runs scored. PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one season at Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Michigan • Played in 51 games for the Cardinals hitting .185 • Collected 24 hits with five doubles and a triple among them • Knocked in 12 runs and was 5-for-7 on stolen base attempts.

5-7 / 165 / L/R Sophomore / Infield Canton, Mich. Salem HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2003 from Walled Lake Central High School in Walled Lake, Michigan • Earned two varsity letters in baseball under Coach Mark Kowalczyk • During senior year, he led his team to a district championship • Also competed in football. PERSONAL: Majoring in Math (Secondary Education) • Son of David and Diane Miller • Born December 22, 1984 • Has one brother, Drew, and one sister, Denise.

MILLER • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2005

.258

34

7

31

12

8

3

0

0

4

2

9

2-3

2006

.176

33

2

17

9

3

1

0

0

3

2

6

3-7

TOTALS

.229

67

9

48

21

11

4

0

0

7

4

15

5-10

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one year at Adrian College in Adrian, Michigan and as a member of the Bulldogs baseball team. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2005, from Canton High School in Canton, Michigan • Was a two-year letterwinner on the varsity baseball team • Named All-Division as a junior and senior • Spent one year as a member of the football team, also earning All-Division honors • Member of the National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Full name is Michael David Neu • He is the son of Michael and Debra Neu • He has one brother, Ryan, and one sister, Angela • His sister, Angela, spent four years as a member of the women's basketball team at Kalamazoo College • Born on July 19, 1986 • Majoring in Business.

5-8 / 140 / L/R Sophomore / Infield Taylor, Mich. Kennedy HS

6-2 / 250 / R/R Senior / Pitcher Livonia, Mich. Crestwood HS PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one season at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn, Michigan • Earned All-MCCAA Honorable Mention honors following his freshman season. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2005 from John F. Kennedy High School in Taylor, Michigan • Earned three varsity letters in baseball and four in golf • Named team MVP in junior and senior years • As a senior, he set the school record for batting average (.577) and hits (62) en route to earning News Herald Dream Team and All-State Second Team honors • As a junior, he batted .447 with 57 hits and set the school record with 42 stolen bases • In his sophomore season, he batted .378 with 44 hits and 21 stolen bases • Broke the school record for career batting average (.457) • Also a two-time selection to the News Herald Dream Team in golf. PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan William Morrow • He is the son of Bob Morrow and Linda Hopper • He has two brothers, Andrew and Matt • Born on April 7, 1987 • Majoring in Criminal Justice.

2006: Appeared in eight games on the mound, including two starts • Pitched 18 and 2/3 innings with a 3.86 earned run average, while posting a 1-2 win-loss record • Allowed eight earned runs and struck out 13 batters. 2005: Appeared in 10 games, starting four times • Posted a 1-3 record and 4.79 ERA • Threw one complete game and combined for a shutout • Tallied 20.2 innings of work with 14 strike outs • Went five innings, striking out two with no earned runs in his lone victory, a 11-1 triumph over Urbana March 8th • Struck out three batters in back-to-back outings versus Aquinas and at Bethel April 3rd and 7th. 2004: Appeared in six games as a true freshman, all in relief • Threw a total of seven innings posting a 11.57 ERA • Posted an 0-2 record

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• Surrendered 12 hits and 16 runs, with just nine of them earned • Struck out three of 35 batters faced • Made his collegiate debut versus Dakota Wesleyan March 3rd, pitching three innings in relief and allowing no earned runs • Saw spot duty the rest of the season with next longest outing a one-and-two-thirds stint versus Franciscan March 7th, when he allowed six runs, two earned, and struck out two while picking up the loss in relief • Notched first career strikeout versus Franciscan March 7th.

5-11 / 220 / R/R Senior / Pitcher Lake Orion, Mich. Lake Orion HS

HIGH SCHOOL: Was a three-year-letterwinner in baseball earning AllLeague and All-City honors as a senior • Also lettered for three years in basketball where he was a three-time All-City, All-League and All-Area West selection • Also played one year each of varsity football and cross country. PERSONAL: Majoring in Human Resource Management • Son of Edward Orehek and Pamela Stachowitz • Born March 22, 1985 • Has two brothers, Dan and Ed.

OREHEK • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

SHO

IP

H

R

ER

BB

2004

11.57

0-2

6

0

0

0

0

7.0

12

16

9

4

SO 3

2005

4.79

1-3

10

4

1

0

0

20.2

26

18

11

12

14

2006

3.86

1-2

8

2

0

0

0

18.2

20

11

8

14

13

TOTALS

5.44

2-7

24

6

1

0

0

46.1

58

45

28

30

30

5-9 / 165 / R/R Junior / Catcher Canton, Mich. Canton HS

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent time at Lincoln Trail College in Robinson, Illinois, and Central Michigan University in Mount Pleasant, Michigan • Posted a 4-1 record over two years at Lincoln Trail • Last season at Central Michigan, he made two appearances on the mound for the Chippewas while posting a 27.00 earned run average over a total of one inning pitched • Recorded one strikeout. HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2003, from Lake Orion High School in Lake Orion, Michigan • Was a three-year varsity letterwinner in baseball • In his senior season, he pitched 87 innings, earning a 6-4 overall record with 96 strikeouts en route to All-Conference, All-League, All-County, All-Region and All-State Honorable Mention honors • Played summer ball for both the Michigan Rams and the Michigan Bulls of the Livonia Collegiate League. PERSONAL: Full name is Joshua Russell Regits • He is the son of Scott and Kathryn Regits • Has one brother, Jake • Born on March 14, 1985 • Majoring in Management.

6-1 / 175 / S/R Freshman / Outfield White Lake, Mich. Lakeland HS

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent time at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland; Palm Beach Community College in Lake Worth, Florida; and Macomb Community College in Warren, Michigan • Last season at Coppin State, he saw action in 34 games, including 16 starts • Batted .148 in 61 at bats with nine hits, one RBI and eight runs scored • Drew seven walks and posted a .246 on base percentage • Stole two bases in two attempts • Posted a .963 in 82 chances with six assists and three errors. HIGH SCHOOL: Caught for Head Coach Scott Dickey at Canton High School in Canton, Michigan • Two-year letterwinner and started the 2003 season when the team finished 21-11 to win Western Lakes Athletic Association conference championship • Named a Baseball Factory AllAmerican in 2003 and played for the Coast to Coast Junior USA team in Europe in 2002, playing in the European championships • While in Europe hit .375 for the series against opposing European Olympic squads. PERSONAL: Full name is Ryan John Powell • He is the son of Terry and Wendy Powell • Born on September 10, 1985 • Majoring in History.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006, from Lakeland High School in White Lake, Michigan • Earned four varsity letters in baseball, track and football. PERSONAL: Full name is Anthony Rikco Rhoades • He is the son of Nikco Riesgo and Dawna Rhoades • His father, Nikco, was an All-American at San Diego State University and played professional baseball for the New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies and Montreal Expos • He has one brother, Rokco, and two sisters, Aaliegha and Dawnikca • Born on April 2, 1988 • Majoring in Marketing and Advertising.

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HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2004, from Edsel Ford High School in Dearborn, Michigan • Earned four varsity letters in baseball • Was a fourtime All-City and All-League selection • In his senior year, he batted .520 with nine home runs and was named All-Conference and All-State • Named All-Conference as a junior and sophomore • Also a three-year letterwinner in football, earning All-City, All-League and All-Conference honors • Regular member of the Honor Roll.

6-2 / 190 / L/R Sophomore / Infield Farmington, Mich. Catholic Central HS

PERSONAL: Full name is Gary Paul Rule • He is the son of Gary and Marsha Rule • Has two sisters, Wendy and Jennifer • Born on February 13, 1985 • Majoring in Business Administration.

2006: Saw action in 29 games, including five starts as a true freshman • Posted a .243 batting average in 37 at bats with nine hits, including two doubles and one home run • Posted his first collegiate hit against Siena Heights (4/1/06) • Recorded his first career home run against Indiana Tech (5/1/06) • Had a career day against Indiana Tech (5/1/06) by going 3-for-4 at the plate with four RBI and a homer • Posted a .378 slugging percentage and a .282 on base percentage • Was two-for-two in stolen bases • Recorded a perfect 1.000 fielding average in 10 chances.

5-8 / 150 / R/R Freshman / Infield Belleville, Mich. Belleville HS

CATHOLIC CENTRAL HS: Earned two letters in baseball at Catholic Central • Helped team to back-to-back district championships while earning All-League honors as a senior. PERSONAL: Majoring in Criminal Justice • Son of Rich and Rose Rodeghier • Born December 3, 1986 • Has one brother, Chris and one sister, Janet.

RODEGHIER • HITTING YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

2006

.243

29

5

37

6

9

2

0

1

8

2

6

SB-A 2-2

TOTALS

.243

29

5

37

6

9

2

0

1

8

2

6

2-2

2006: Did not appear in any games as a part of a redshirt season • Retains four full seasons of eligibility. BELLEVILLE HS: Earned three varsity letters in baseball • Was named AllConference and Ann Arbor News All-Area honorable mention as a junior • Earned scholar athlete award as a senior • Also lettered three times in football • Was a member of the National Honor Society and Honor Roll. PERSONAL: Majoring in Education • Son of Rodney and Tracey Sullens • Born February 11, 1987 • Has one brother Phillip, and one sister, Audrey.

6-0 / 195 / L/R Sophomore / Infield Dearborn, Mich. Dearborn HS

6-3 / 185 / R/R Freshman / Pitcher Taylor, Mich. Gabriel Richard HS

PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent one year at Tiffin University in Tiffin, Ohio • Appeared in 37 games, including 23 starts for the Dragons • Batted .310 in 87 at bats with 27 hits, including six doubles and finished second on the team with three home runs • Scored 22 runs and had 27 RBI • Slugged at a .483 clip and posted a .396 on base percentage • Stole one base in two attempts • Recorded a .971 fielding average in 69 attempts with only two errors.

HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2006, from Gabriel Richard High School in Riverview, Michigan • Earned three varsity letters in baseball • As a junior, he was named All-District and earned seven wins • In his senior season, he was named Second Team All-State, All-Region, All-District and

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES

News Herald All-Downriver Dream Team after posting a 9-1 record with 100 strikeouts and a 0.95 earned run average.

Also named to the All-West Honorable Mention basketball team following his senior campaign.

PERSONAL: Full name is Garrett Adam Thierry • He is the son of Mark and Beata Thierry • He has one sister, Lauren • Born on June 29, 1988 • Is undecided in his major.

PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • Son of Gary and Diane Van Allen • Born February 5, 1984 • Has one sister, Angela.

VANALLEN • HITTING

6-2 / 190 / R/R Senior / Infield Dearborn, Mich. Crestwood HS

YEAR

AVG

GP

GS

AB

R

H

2B

3B

HR

RBI

BB

SO

SB-A

2004

.303

40

31

99

19

30

8

0

2

27

6

8

4-5

2005

.280

47

42

125

28

35

9

1

3

22

14

18

6-8

2006

.231

36

14

52

9

12

2

0

0

5

3

8

6-7

TOTALS

.279

123

87

276

56

77

19

1

5

54

23

34

16-20

GARY VANALLEN

2006: Appeared in 36 contests, including 14 as a starter • Posted a .231 batting average in 52 total at bats with 12 hits, including two doubles • Recorded a .269 slugging percentage and .276 on base percentage • Had five runs batted in and scored nine runs • Drew three walks and struck out eight times • Was six-of-seven in stolen bases • Recorded a .771 fielding average in 48 chances with 29 assists • Was named to the WHAC AllAcademic Team. 2005: Started 42 games as a sophomore and appeared in 47 total contests • Hit .280 on the season, going 35-for-125 with nine doubles, one triple and career high three homeruns • Posted 22 RBI and 55 total bases and a .440 slugging percentage • Led the team with 11 sacrifice hits and was 6-for-8 in stolen bases • Had four multi-hit games including a season high 4-for-5 day with two RBI versus Concordia in the WHAC tournament May 6th. 2004: Appeared in 40 games as a red-shirt freshman, starting 31 times • Collected 99 at-bats with 30 hits • Socked 10 extra-base hits including nine doubles and a pair of homeruns • Finished with 27 RBI and 44 total bases • Slugged at a .444 clip and reached bases 10 times by walk or being hit • Struck out just eight times • Had a .354 on-base percentage • Was four-for-five in stolen bases • Made collegiate debut in season opener versus Northwood (2/28/04) going 1-for-4 with an RBI to record his first collegiate hit and RBI • Also recorded first collegiate run scored in that game • Posted first multi-hit game going 3-for-4 with a RBI and run scored versus Point Park (2/28/04) • First multi-RBI performance came versus Palm Beach Atlantic (3/4/04) recording two • Had stellar game versus Judson (3/8/04) to cap spring trip when he went 3-for-4 with five RBI • Posted second five-RBI game 15 days later at Hope when he went 3-for5 and smacked two home runs, the first two of his collegiate career. CRESTWOOD HS: Earned four varsity letters in baseball • Was a three time All-City, All-League and All-District performer • Was named to the Dearborn Press and Guide "Top 50 Players in Michigan" as a senior • Was also a standout on the golf course and the hardwood earning All-League honors in both basketball and golf • Named All-Area in golf as a junior and senior • Was an All-City selection in basketball as a senior •

6-2 / 230 / L/L Junior / Pitcher New Lothrop, Mich. New Lothrop HS

2006: Made three appearances, including two starts • Posted a 1-1 winloss record and a 5.65 earned run average in 14 and 1/3 innings of work • Gave up nine earned runs with seven walks and struck out 12 batters • Earned his only win of the season after pitching 8 and 1/3 innings against Point Loma Nazarene (3/8/06), while scattering eight hits and striking out seven • Was recognized by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper as a "Player to Watch" before the season. PRIOR TO MADONNA: Spent two seasons at Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan • Earned first team All-Conference and All-Region accolades.

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PLAYER BIOGRAPHIES NEW LOTHROP HS: Was a four sport star as a prep earning 11 varsity letters in bowling, basketball, golf and baseball • Was a second team AllConference selection on the diamond as a sophomore • Made big strides as a junior earning second team All-State accolades • As a senior he was named first team All-State in baseball, first team All-Conference in bowling and basketball and was a state qualifier in golf for the second straight season.

WOJCIK • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

SO

2005

6.67

3-1

11

3

0

0

SHO 0

28.1

34

23

21

15

17

2006

2.08

1-0

11

0

0

0

0

13.0

8

3

3

6

7

TOTALS

5.44

4-1

22

3

0

0

0

41.1

42

26

24

21

24

PERSONAL: Majoring in Sports Management • Son of Vince and Marsha Wendling • Born March 23, 1985 • Has one sister, Amanda.

WENDLING • PITCHING YEAR

ERA

W-L

GP

GS

CG

SV

IP

H

R

ER

BB

2006

5.65

1-1

3

2

0

0

SHO 0

14.1

17

13

9

7

SO 12

TOTALS

5.65

1-1

3

2

0

0

0

14.1

17

13

9

7

12

5-11 / 210 / L/L Junior / Pitcher Sterling Heights, Mich. Royal Oak Shrine HS

ANDY WOJCIK

2006: Appeared in 11 games on the mound • Posted a team-best 2.08 earned run average and a 1-0 win-loss record while working 13 innings during the season • Surrendered eight hits and struck out seven batters • Held opponents to just a .182 batting average • Was a part of two combined shutouts • Did not allow an earned run until his final appearance of the season • Worked three innings against Saint Xavier (4/9/06) earning the win. 2005: Appeared in 11 games, three as a starter as a red-shirt freshman • Posted a 3-1 record and 6.67 ERA in 28-and-one-third innings of work • Struck out 17 batters. SHRINE HS: Earned four varsity letters in baseball • Was a four year starter • Earned All-Area, All-District and All-Regional honors in all four seasons at Shrine • Was named team's Most Valuable Pitcher as a freshman after posting a 6-1 record with a .063 ERA and 91 strikeouts in 53 innings of work • Added All-Catholic and Dream Team honors to his list as a sophomore when he went 8-1 on the mound with a 1.89 ERA with 92 strikeouts in 62 innings • As a junior was selected first team All-State • Elected team captain as a senior • Academically, was vice-president of the National Honor Society, four-year Honor Roll member and member of Phi Beta Kappa. PERSONAL: Majoring in Marketing • Son of Thomas and Catherine Wojcik • Born December 28, 1984 • Has one sister, Kristen.

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2006IN IN REVIEW - OVERALL 2006 REVIEW - OVERALL STATISTICS STATISTICS

overall 2006 batting statistics Player Ben Ramsey Jason Barbeau Todd Kalmbach Dave Herrick Tony Luttman Kyle Fedorka Kevin Entsminger Manny Alvarado

AVG .379 .347 .339 .331 .321 .316 .270 .267

GP 57 56 57 53 56 51 51 50

GS 57 46 55 52 56 49 49 46

AB 211 167 180 175 196 152 178 135

R 59 52 34 41 55 34 42 30

H 80 58 61 58 63 48 48 36

2B 14 7 13 16 10 7 10 7

3B 2 0 1 0 1 2 1 1

HR 13 6 5 3 11 2 3 6

RBI 64 26 54 30 64 30 22 28

TB 137 83 91 83 108 65 69 63

SLG% .649 .497 .506 .474 .551 .428 .388 .467

BB 21 29 27 21 29 23 16 24

HBP 7 5 9 5 3 8 13 7

SO 21 12 20 18 33 12 36 31

GDP 1 3 3 3 4 3 0 1

OB% .444 .453 .445 .414 .408 .422 .370 .396

SF 4 2 2 2 5 4 1 3

SH 0 6 0 0 0 4 1 1

SB-ATT 14-19 19-22 2-4 11-11 5-7 8-11 23-26 11-13

John McCracken Nick Hippler Matt Rodeghier Gary VanAllen Justin Fabian Dan Miller Matt Humenay Mike Cauzillo Dan Valente Zack Flavin Clint LaFountaine

.381 .303 .243 .231 .213 .176 .150 .127 .105 .067 .000

13 23 29 36 38 33 29 50 15 8 1

5 12 5 14 35 2 6 16 5 3 0

21 33 37 52 89 17 20 63 19 15 1

5 1 6 9 2 9 5 23 2 0 0

8 10 9 12 19 3 3 8 2 1 0

0 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

7 5 8 5 10 3 3 4 1 4 0

8 12 14 14 23 4 4 9 4 1 0

.381 .364 .378 .269 .258 .235 .200 .143 .211 .067 .000

0 7 2 3 9 2 7 5 3 0 0

0 1 0 1 2 3 0 3 0 0 0

1 9 6 8 18 6 6 6 6 3 1

0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0

.364 .439 .282 .276 .300 .364 .370 .216 .208 .067 .000

1 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 2 0 0

0 2 0 1 4 0 0 2 0 0 0

0-0 0-0 2-2 6-7 0-0 3-7 0-0 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0

Totals Opponents

.299 .260

57 57

57 1761 57 1753

409 283

527 455

97 101

9 6

50 29

368 255

792 655

.450 .374

228 192

67 68

253 377

22 33

.394 .352

31 18

21 20

108-136 40-58

LOB - Team (369), Opp (423). DPs turned - Team (38), Opp (32). CI - Team (2), Fabian,J 2. IBB - Team (7), Herrick,D 2, Luttman,T 2, Ramsey,B 2, Entsminger,K 1, Opp (5). Picked off - Entsminger,K 5, Barbeau,J 3, Alvarado,M 2, Kalmbach,T 1, Fabian,J 1, Ramsey,B 1, Luttman,T 1, Herrick,D 1.

overall 2006 pitching statistics Player Will Kennedy Derek Dufrane Greg Spanel Andy Wojcik Scott Miller Mike Orehek Keegan Beaton Ryan Bardoni Andrew Campbell Mike Jacques Clint LaFountaine Eric Wendling Mike Hand Kyle Fedorka Ryan Brodowsky Tony Luttman Totals Opponents

ERA 3.34 3.62 4.46

W 4 8 5

L 1 2 5

G 13 12 12

GS 12 11 12

CG 3 6 3

SH 1 2 0

CB 2 1 0

SV 0 0 0

IP 67.1 74.2 66.2

H 70 72 64

R 36 38 52

ER 25 30 33

BB 31 12 39

SO 70 72 66

2B 14 15 14

3B 1 1 0

HR 6 7 2

AB 266 293 260

Avg. .263 .246 .246

2.08 2.38 3.86 3.95 4.28 4.76 4.91 5.44 5.65 7.43 7.71 12.60 16.20

1 3 1 3 3 0 0 4 1 0 1 1 0

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

11 17 8 8 11 11 2 12 3 7 9 6 2

0 1 2 5 3 0 1 6 2 2 0 0 0

0 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 0 0

13.0 34.0 18.2 27.1 40.0 11.1 3.2 44.2 14.1 13.1 11.2 5.0 3.1

8 32 20 28 44 10 2 41 17 14 17 9 7

3 12 11 19 22 7 2 30 13 14 10 8 6

3 9 8 12 19 6 2 27 9 11 10 7 6

6 11 14 16 14 3 2 19 7 8 4 5 1

7 18 13 27 29 7 2 34 12 8 6 3 3

2 6 3 4 14 1 0 9 3 3 7 2 4

0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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

44 129 71 111 155 44 13 165 61 53 47 25 16

.182 .248 .282 .252 .284 .227 .154 .248 .279 .264 .362 .360 .438

4.35 6.61

35 21

21 35

57 57

57 57

16 13

6 3

3 0

7 3

449.0 442.1

455 525

283 408

217 325

192 227

377 253

101 97

6 8

29 50

1753 1757

.260 .299

PB - Team (12), Fabian,J 8, Herrick,D 2, Hippler,N 2, Opp (11). Pickoffs - Team (11), Kennedy,W 5, Hippler,N 1, Bardoni,R 1, Wendling,E 1, Orehek,M 1, Fabian,J 1, Herrick,D 1, Opp (15). SBA/ATT - Fabian,J (22-28), Hippler,N (13-21), Spanel,G (10-13), Dufrane,D (3-7), Hand,M (6-6), Kennedy,W (0-5), Beaton,K (4-5), Flavin,Z (4-4), Herrick,D (1-4), Miller,S (4-4), Orehek,M (3-3), Bardoni,R (1-3), Luttman,T (2-3), Wendling,E (3-3), LaFountaine (2-3), Brodowsky,R (1-1), Wojcik,A (0-1), Fedorka,K (1-1).

BEN RAMSEY

GONE!

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TODD KALMBACH

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JASON BARBEAU HOMER

overall 2006 conference batting statistics Player Dave Herrick Ben Ramsey Tony Luttman Todd Kalmbach Kyle Fedorka Jason Barbeau Kevin Entsminger Manny Alvarado

AVG .453 .450 .417 .415 .378 .339 .320 .234

GP 15 16 16 16 16 16 15 16

GS 15 16 16 15 14 14 14 16

AB 53 60 60 53 45 56 50 47

R 20 25 24 11 9 22 16 11

H 24 27 25 22 17 19 16 11

2B 5 6 5 8 1 2 3 2

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

HR 1 5 3 1 1 3 0 2

RBI 12 24 26 25 12 9 7 13

TB 32 48 39 33 21 30 19 21

SLG% .604 .800 .650 .623 .467 .536 .380 .447

BB 4 7 8 6 8 10 6 11

HBP 2 4 1 4 2 2 5 2

SO 3 5 4 4 5 2 11 11

GDP 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 0

OB% .492 .528 .472 .508 .474 .456 .443 .393

SF 2 1 3 0 2 0 0 1

SH 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 0

SB-ATT 4-4 5-8 2-3 0-1 1-2 6-9 5-7 5-6

Justin Fabian Matt Rodeghier Mike Cauzillo Dan Valente Dan Miller John McCracken Gary VanAllen Nick Hippler Matt Humenay

.429 .417 .333 .333 .333 .308 .300 .214 .167

10 9 15 4 11 7 11 6 10

9 0 2 0 0 4 2 5 2

21 12 9 3 3 13 10 14 6

2 2 12 0 3 2 3 0 2

9 5 3 1 1 4 3 3 1

1 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

2 6 2 0 1 4 2 2 1

10 9 3 1 1 4 4 4 1

.476 .750 .333 .333 .333 .308 .400 .286 .167

4 0 1 1 1 0 0 3 1

0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0

4 0 1 1 1 1 4 3 1

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

.520 .417 .385 .500 .600 .286 .273 .353 .286

0 0 2 0 0 1 1 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0

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

Totals Opponents

.371 .253

16 16

16 515 16 466

164 68

191 118

36 23

1 2

17 11

148 63

280 178

.544 .382

71 50

24 16

61 106

5 10

.459 .343

13 4

4 6

31-45 4-10

LOB - Team (109), Opp (107). DPs turned - Team (13), Opp (11). Picked off - Alvarado,M 1, Entsminger,K 1.

overall 2006 conference pitching statistics Player Will Kennedy Derek Dufrane Greg Spanel Clint LaFountaine

ERA 1.91 4.50 4.50 5.71

W 2 4 4 1

L 0 0 0 1

G 4 4 4 4

GS 4 4 4 3

CG 1 3 2 1

SH 0 1 0 0

CB 1 0 0 0

SV 0 0 0 0

IP 28.1 26.0 20.0 17.1

H 26 25 23 19

R 10 14 15 12

ER 6 13 10 11

BB 15 7 12 2

SO 26 28 15 14

2B 4 5 5 1

3B 0 1 0 0

HR 3 3 0 2

AB 104 103 81 68

Avg. .250 .243 .284 .279

Andy Wojcik Mike Orehek Keegan Beaton Ryan Brodowsky Scott Miller Kyle Fedorka Andrew Campbell Mike Hand Ryan Bardoni

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 3.86 4.50 4.91 13.50 14.54

0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0

4 1 1 1 3 2 4 2 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

4.2 2.0 2.0 1.0 7.0 4.0 3.2 2.0 4.1

0 1 0 1 5 4 0 3 11

0 0 0 0 3 2 2 3 7

0 0 0 0 3 2 2 3 7

2 1 1 0 4 2 2 1 1

3 2 2 2 4 2 3 0 5

0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 5

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1

12 6 6 4 25 15 11 9 22

.000 .167 .000 .250 .200 .267 .000 .333 .500

4.19 9.69

13 3

3 13

16 16

16 16

7 1

2 0

1 0

0 1

122.1 118.0

118 191

68 164

57 127

50 71

106 61

23 36

2 1

11 17

466 515

.253 .371

Totals Opponents

PB - Team (4), Fabian,J 3, Hippler,N 1, Opp (5). Pickoffs - Team (4), Kennedy,W 4, Opp (3). SBA/ATT - Hippler,N (3-7), Kennedy,W (0-3), Dufrane,D (1-2), Wojcik,A (0-1), Miller,S (1-1), Herrick,D (0-1), Hand,M (1-1), Fabian,J (1-1), Bardoni,R (0-1), LaFountaine (1-1).

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2006 game-by-game results DATE OPPONENT

RES SCORE REC

2006 SPRING TRIP (SAN DIEGO, CA) [1] at Biola L 6-15 0-1-0 3/04 3/05 Culver-Stockton L 0-5 0-2-0 3/05 Culver-Stockton L 1-7 0-3-0 Bethany W 7-0 1-3-0 3/06 Bethany L 2-9 1-4-0 3/06 3/07 Bethany L 3-9 1-5-0 3/07 at Point Loma L 2-7 1-6-0 3/08 at Point Loma W 5-3 2-6-0 Dakota Wes. W 9-3 3-6-0 3/08 3/09 Bethany L 2-3 3-7-0 3/10 at Concordia (CA) L 4-9 3-8-0 3/10 at Concordia (CA) T 6-6 3-8-1 at Lee L 2-10 3-9-1 3/18 3/18 at Lee L 0-10 3-10-1 at Lee L 1-2 3-11-1 3/19 3/22 ROCHESTER W 9-0 4-11-1 ROCHESTER W 8-7 5-11-1 3/22 3/24 at Spalding W 5-3 6-11-1 3/25 at Spalding L 0-1 6-12-1 3/26 at Spalding L 1-6 6-13-1 4/01 at Siena Hts.• W 6-0 7-13-1 4/01 at Siena Hts.• W 12-1 8-13-1 4/02 SIENA HTS.• W 10-3 9-13-1 4/02 SIENA HTS.• W 8-0 10-13-1 4/05 at St. Francis L 4-7 10-14-1 4/06 TIFFIN W 10-6 11-14-1 4/06 TIFFIN W 9-8 12-14-1 4/08 ST. XAVIER W 5-4 13-14-1 4/09 ST. XAVIER L 2-4 13-15-1 4/09 ST. XAVIER W 18-8 14-15-1 4/11 GOSHEN W 13-3 15-15-1 4/11 GOSHEN W 18-3 16-15-1 4/13 CONCORDIA• W 10-3 17-15-1 4/13 CONCORDIA• W 8-7 18-15-1 4/15 at Concordia• W 22-7 19-15-1 4/15 at Concordia• W 10-4 20-15-1 4/18 BETHEL L 4-7 20-16-1 4/18 BETHEL W 7-1 21-16-1 4/19 ROCHESTER W 2-0 22-16-1 4/22 AQUINAS• W 11-4 23-16-1 AQUINAS• L 11-13 23-17-1 4/22 4/23 at Aquinas• W 13-3 24-17-1 4/23 at Aquinas• L 5-6 24-18-1 25-18-1 W 17-7 IND. TECH• 4/29 4/29 IND. TECH• W 6-2 26-18-1 5/1 at Ind. Tech• W 11-2 27-18-1 L 4-6 27-19-1 at Ind. Tech• 5/1 WHAC CONFERENCE Concordia 5/4 5/4 Ind. Tech 5/5 Ind. Tech

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season breakdown ATT. TIME

Dufrane (L 0-1) 143 Spanel (L 0-1) 184 LaFountaine (L 0-1) 238 Kennedy (W 1-0) 48 Orehek (L 0-1) 45 Hand (L 0-1) 51 Luttman (L 0-1) 67 Wendling (W 1-0) 83 LaFountaine (W 1-1) 79 Dufrane (L 0-2) 44 Spanel (L 0-2) 80 None 75 Wendling (L 1-1) 71 Spanel (L 0-3) 74 Bardoni (L 0-1) 54 Dufrane (W 1-2) 21 Beaton (W 1-0) 31 Bardoni (W 1-1) 94 Kennedy (L 1-1) 92 Beaton (L 1-1) 117 Dufrane (W 2-2) 70 LaFountaine (W 2-1) 50 Spanel (W 1-3) 131 Kennedy (W 2-1) 131 Orehek,M (L 0-2) 37 Miller (W 1-0) 71 Beaton (W 2-1) 83 LaFountaine (W 3-1) 89 Spanel (L 1-4) 131 Wojcik (W 1-0) 171 Beaton (W 3-1) 31 Brodowsky (W 1-0) 31 Dufrane (W 3-2) 71 Fedorka (W 1-0) 71 Spanel (W 2-4) 119 Miller,S (W 2-0) 127 Beaton (L 3-2) 61 Bardoni (W 2-1) 81 Orehek (W 1-2) 81 Dufrane (W 4-2) 121 LaFountaine (L 3-2) 121 Spanel (W 3-4) 42 Campbell (L 0-1) 42 Dufrane (W 5-2) 131 Kennedy (W 3-1) 131 Spanel (W 4-4) 221 Miller (L 2-1) 221

2:55 1:58 1:40 2:20 2:00 2:40 2:35 2:30 2:19 1:50 3:03 3:02 2:39 2:12 2:21 1:29 2:34 2:38 1:57 2:15 2:05 2:00 1:50 1:45 2:31 2:10 2:04 3:17 1:37 2:41 1:39 1:55 1:54 3:03 2:00 3:10 2:28 1:42 2:04 1:39 2:33 1:58 2:39 2:15 2:52 2:31 2:20

TOURNAMENT [2] W 12-5 28-19-1 Dufrane,D (W 6-2) 171 W 16-8 29-19-1 Kennedy (W 4-1) 191 W 8-6 30-19-1 Spanel,G (W 4-4) 131

2:35 2:31 2:18

NAIA REGION VIII TOURNAMENT [3] 3/10 Taylor W 5-0 31-19-1 32-19-1 W 12-8 Bethel 3/11 3/12 Bethel Pilots W 7-5 34-19-1 3/12 Ind. Tech W 8-1 33-19-1

Dufrane (W 7-2) 131 Miller,S (W 3-1) 211 LaFountaine (W 4-2) 91 Bardoni (W 3-1) 99

2:00 2:57 2:46 2:01

NAIA HEARTLAND SUPER REGIONAL [4] 3/18 at St. Xavier W 3-2 35-19-1 Dufrane (W 8-2) 321 L 3-7 35-20-1 Spanel,G (L 5-5) 318 at St. Xavier 3/19 3/19 at St. Xavier L 6-7 35-21-1 LaFountaine (L 4-3) 451

2:24 2:24 2:15

• Conference game, [1] at Pt. Loma Nazarene, San Diego, Calif., [2] hosted by Madonna University, [3] hosted by Marian College, Marian, Ind., [4] at St. Xavier University, Chicago, Ill.

> Tony Luttman started all 56 games for the Crusaders in 2006, 55 of them in right field, the other one at designated hitter.

team superlatives BATTING At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs: Doubles: Triples:

43 22 20 20 7 2 2 Home runs: 4 Total bases: 31 Walks: 11 Strikeouts: 12 Sac hits: 3 Sac flies: 2 Stolen bases: 8 Hit by pitch: 5 5 5 Caught stealing: 3 Runners LOB: 16 Hit into DP: 4

vs Concordia (Apr 13) vs Concordia (Apr 15) vs Concordia (Apr 15) vs Concordia (Apr 15) vs Rochester (Mar 22) vs Goshen (Apr 11) vs Taylor (May 10) vs Rochester (Mar 22) vs Bethel (May 11) vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) vs Lee (Mar 19) vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) (7 games ) vs Siena Heights (Apr 01) vs Spalding (Mar 26) vs Siena Heights (Apr 01) vs Indiana Tech (Apr 29) vs Bethel (May 11) vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) vs Indiana Tech (May 1)

FIELDING Putouts: Assists: Errors: Passed balls: DPs turned:

36 vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) 36 vs Concordia (Apr 13) 17 vs Concordia (Apr 13) 7 vs Biola (Mar 04) 2 vs Concordia (CA) (Mar 10) 2 (9 games )

PITCHING Innings pitched: 12.0 12.0 Runs allowed: 15 Earned runs: 13 Walks allowed: 10 Strikeouts: 14 Hits allowed: 17 Doubles allowed: 5 5 Triples allowed: 1 Homers allowed: 3 Wild pitches: 5 Hit batters: 5

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vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) vs Concordia (Apr 13) vs Biola (Mar 04) vs Aquinas (Apr 22) vs Concordia (Apr 15) vs Bethel (May 12) vs Aquinas (Apr 22) vs Aquinas (Apr 22) vs Bethel (May 11) (6 games ) vs Lee (Mar 18) vs Spalding (Mar 26) vs Spalding (Mar 26)

CATEGORY......................RECORD Overall: ................................35-21-1 WHAC: ......................................13-3 Post-season: ...............................8-2 Home: .......................................18-3 Away: .....................................9-13-1 Neutral: .......................................8-5 Day: .....................................33-21-1 Night: ..........................................2-0 March: ...................................6-13-1 April: .........................................20-5 May: ............................................9-3 vs Lefthanders: ...........................3-5 vs Righthanders: .................32-16-1 1-Run games: .............................5-5 2-Run games: .............................5-3 5+Run games: 22-10 Extra Innings: 5-1-1 6-3 Shutouts: MU scores 0-2 runs: 1-11 MU scores 3-5 runs: 5-7 MU scores 6-9 runs: 13-2-1 MU scores 10+ runs: 16-1 26-7 MU scores in 1st inning: MU scores first: 30-5-1 Opp. scores first: 5-16 After 6 leading: 24-1-1 After 6 trailing: 2-18 After 7 leading: 13-1 After 7 trailing: 2-12 After 8 leading: 15-1 After 8 trailing: 0-12 MU homer-less: 12-15-1 MU hits 1 home run: 11-5 MU hits 2+ home runs: 12-1 MU has 0 errors: 8-1 MU has 1 error: 18-6 MU has 2+ errors: 9-14-1 Opp. made 0 errors: 6-10 Opp. made 1 error: 10-4 Opp. made 2+ errors: 19-7-1 MU out-hits opponent: 27-2 Out-hit by opponent: 7-17-1 Hits are tied: 1-2

national rankings INDIVIDUAL RANKINGS CATEGORY.......PLAYER......RANK RBI/GM........Ramsey(1.2)..........11th Luttman (1.1)..........25th TB/GM........Ramsey (2.6)..........17th HR/GM.....Ramsey (.25).........18th SLG%......Ramsey (.701).........30th IP/GM..........Dufrane(6.6)..........13th K/9inn. .........Spanel (9.7)..........24th TEAM RANKINGS CATEGORY..........................RANK HR/GM..............Team (.87).......26th Opp. K/GM....Team(6.660).......13th IP/GM........... Team (7.906).......18th PO/GM.............Team(23.7).......19th Opp. BA..........Team (.257).......19th SB/GM...............Team (1.9).......23rd * rankings based on all NAIA teams and provided by DakStats


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2006 IN REVIEW - SEASON STATISTICS PAGE TITLE position player starting summary

individual superlatives

Position Batted

GS --

p c 1st 2nd

1b 3rd

2b 4th

3b 5th

ss 6th

lf 7th

cf 8th

rf dh 9th --

Ramsey

57

Luttman

56

Kalmbach

55

Herrick

52

• 1 • • • • • • • 44 • • • • • 5 • • • 7 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

• 51 • 2 53 4 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2 • 1 • • • • •

• 1 • 45 • 6 • 4 • • 5 • • • • • • • • • 2 • • • 4 • • 1 • • • • • • • •

43 • • 8 • 3 • 43 • 1 1 • • 1 • • • • • • 12 • • • 2 • 1 1 • • • • • • • •

12 • • 1 • 42 • 2 • 1 43 • • 4 • • • • • 3 • 3 • • • • • • • 1 • • • • • •

• • • • • • 4 2 • • • 7 43 34 • 1 • 1 9 1 • 5 • • • • • 2 • 3 • 1 • • 1 •

• • • • • • • 1 49 2 • 34 • 3 • 1 • 3 7 3 • 3 • • • 3 • 1 • • • 2 • 1 1 •

• • 55 • • • • • • • • • 2 3 • • • 30 • 1 • 1 • 12 • 3 • • • 1 • 2 • 2 • 2

Entsminger 49 Fedorka

49

Alvarado

46

Barbeau

46

Fabian

35

Cauzillo

16

VanAllen

14

Hippler

12

Humenay

6

Valente

5

McCracken

5

Rodeghier

5

Flavin

3

D. Miller

2

• 4 • • • • 7 • • 1 • 8 • 1 46 39 35 1 • 1 • 2 12 • • • • • • • • • 3 • • •

2 • 1 • 2 • 40 • • • • • 1 • • • • • • • • • • • • • 4 • 3 • 4 • • • • •

2006 defensive stats Player Herrick Cauzillo Flavin S. Miller McCracken Rodeghier Spanel Dufrane Miller Campbell Beaton Wendling Orehek Jacques Valente Kalmbach Fabian Hippler Luttman Barbeau Alvarado Entsminger Ramsey Fedorka LaFountaine Humenay Hand Kennedy VanAllen Bardoni Brodowsky Wojcik

C 64 39 28 14 11 10 8 8 6 4 3 3 2 1 1 456 239 104 87 228 46 120 194 201 9 34 5 18 48 4 0 0

PO A 52 12 37 2 27 1 3 11 11 0 10 0 1 7 4 4 6 0 0 4 2 1 1 2 0 2 0 1 0 1 428 21 217 18 89 13 82 2 96 124 44 0 112 2 36 144 62 119 3 5 10 20 2 2 1 13 8 29 2 1 0 0 0 0

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 4 2 3 8 2 6 14 20 1 4 1 4 11 1 0 0

FLD% 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 .985 .983 .981 .966 .965 .957 .950 .928 .900 .889 .882 .800 .778 .771 .750 .000 .000

DP 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 0 0 0 29 0 0 13 21 0 4 0 0 2 0 0 0

SBA 1 0 4 4 0 0 10 3 0 0 4 3 3 0 0 0 22 13 2 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 6 0 0 1 1 0

CS 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 6 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 5 0 2 0 1

PB 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

CI 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

1995 1346 561 Totals Opponents 1960 1330 531

88 99

.956 .949

38 32

40 108

18 28

12 11

2 0

BATTING 7 4 4 5 5 5 Doubles: 3 1 Triples: Home runs: 2 2 2 Total bases: 9 Walks: 4 Strikeouts: 3 1 Sac hits: Sac flies: 2 Stolen bases: 6 Hit by pitch: 2 Caught stealing: 2 Runners LOB: 5 At bats: Runs scored: Hits: RBIs:

Entsminger vs SXU (Apr 08) (7 games ) (8 games ) Luttman vs SHU (Apr 02) Ramsey vs SXU (Apr 09) Ramsey vs IT(Apr 29, 2006) Herrick vs Rochester (Mar 22) (9 games ) Luttman vs Rochester (Mar 22) Ramsey vs Aquinas (Apr 22) Luttman vs Bethel (May 11) Ramsey vs Aquinas (Apr 22) Fedorka vs St. Xavier (Apr 08) (9 games ) (21 games ) Luttman vs Concordia (Apr 13) Entsminger vs Concordia (May 04) (4 games ) Ramsey vs Bethel (May 11) Entsminger vs Concordia (Apr 13)

hitting streaks PLAYER Barbeau Entsminger Luttman Kalmbach Fedorka Ramsey Herrick Alvarado Fabian VanAllen McCracken Miller Humenay Cauzillo Hippler Rodeghier Valente Flavin

LONGEST 12 10 9 8 7 7 6 5 4 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

LAST 6 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 -

FIELDING Putouts: 14 Assists: 8 Errors: 3 Passed balls: 1

Fabian vs Bethel (May 12) Ramsey vs Bethel (May 11) VanAllen vs Biola (Mar 04) (12 games )

PITCHING IP: 9.0 (5 games ) Runs allowed: 9 Dufrane vs Biola (Mar 04) Earned runs: 7 (5 games ) Walks: 8 Kennedy vs Concordia (Apr 15) Strikeouts: 11 Kennedy vs Spalding (Mar 25) 11 Dufrane vs Siena Heights (Apr 01) 11 Kennedy vs Ind. Tech (Apr 29) H allowed: 12 Dufrane vs Ind. Tech (Apr 29) 2B allowed: 5 Bardoni vs Aquinas (Apr 22) 5 Kennedy vs Bethel (May 11) 3B allowed: 1 (6 games ) HR allowed: 3 Wendling vs Lee (Mar 18) Beaton vs Goshen (Apr 11) Wild pitches: 4 3 (4 games ) Hit batters:

> All-American Ben Ramsey

multi-hit games PLAYER Ramsey Luttman Kalmbach Barbeau Herrick Entsminger Fedorka Alvarado Fabian Hippler Rodeghier VanAllen Cauzillo McCracken

2 3 12 10 15 2 14 2 11 3 10 4 12 2 12 2 4 4 2 2 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 -

4 5+ TOT 3 25 2 19 16 2 16 1 15 14 14 8 4 2 1 1 1 1

TEAM

96 33

8

0

137

multi-rbi games

> Kevin Entsminger swiped a single-game-high six bases versus Concordia in the WHAC Tournament May 4, 2006.

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2 PLAYER Luttman 12 Ramsey 7 8 Kalmbach Fedorka 8 Alvarado 4 4 Herrick Barbeau 4 Entsminger 5 2 Rodeghier Fabian 2 Miller 1 1 Hippler Flavin 1 Humenay 1 TEAM

3 6 4 5 2 3 2 -

60 22

4 5+ TOT 1 1 20 3 2 16 2 15 8 2 8 7 6 5 3 1 2 1 1 1 1 9

3

94


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PAGE TITLE WHAC TEAM STATS AND ALL-CONFERENCE HONORS

2006 whac conference standings Team Madonna •*^ Aquinas Indiana Tech Concordia Siena Heights

W 13 10 9 7 1

WHAC L T 3 -6 -7 -9 -15 --

OVERALL L T 21 1 19 -27 1 28 -45 --

W 35 30 24 23 8

Pct. .813 .625 .563 .438 .063

all-conference honors Pct. .623 .612 .471 .451 .151

• Conference title * Conf. Tourney title ^ Regional title

Avg .371 .323 .322 .307 .226

AB 515 505 521 492 469

R 164 115 108 99 38

H 191 163 168 151 106

2B 36 27 22 30 12

3B 1 2 2 1 0

HR 17 25 7 15 5

BB 71 56 61 60 38

SO 61 63 72 74 94

ER 56 67 77 100 100

BB 50 54 35 67 70

SB-ATT 30-44 20-25 14-19 26-37 9-17

2006 whac conference team pitching TEAM PITCHING G Madonna.................................... 16 Indiana Tech...............................16 Aquinas.......................................16 Concordia...................................16 Siena Heights.............................16

ERA 4.12 5.03 5.73 7.42 7.71

W 13 9 10 7 1

L 3 7 6 9 15

IP 122.1 120.0 121.0 121.1 116.2

H 118 133 165 183 180

R 68 94 101 129 132

SO 106 80 66 60 52

2006 whac conference team fielding Team G Madonna.................... 16 Indiana Tech............... 16 Concordia................... 16 Siena Heights............. 16 Aquinas....................... 16

C 526 547 538 517 557

PO 367 360 364 350 363

A 145 158 141 132 153

E 14 29 33 35 41

Pct .973 .947 .939 .932 .926

DP 13 13 7 11 8

PB 4 8 4 3 1

2006 PITCHER OF THE YEAR Josh Judy, Indiana Tech 2006 COACH OF THE YEAR Greg Haeger, Madonna

2006 whac conference team hitting TEAM BATTING G Madonna.....................16 Aquinas....................... 16 Concordia................... 16 Indiana Tech............... 16 Siena Heights............. 16

2006 PLAYER OF THE YEAR Ben Ramsey, Madonna

CI 0 0 0 0 0

SV 0 4 2 1 0

FIRST TEAM ALL-CONFERENCE Chris Hudson Siena Heights Matt Spitzley Aquinas Todd Kalmbach Madonna Jason Barbeau Madonna Ben Ramsey Madonna Matt Soergel Aquinas Steve Hardin Concordia Tim Muma Aquinas Tony Luttman Madonna Tony Aldridge Indiana Tech Ryan Bertoia Aquinas Dave Herrick Madonna Josh Judy Indiana Tech Matt Nelson Aquinas Will Kennedy Madonna Derek Dufrane Madonna Blake Haynie Indiana Tech

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

CONFERENCE HONORABLE MENTION AQUINAS Craig Antekeier, Dave Ottenweis, Mike Lantzy CONCORDIA Rob Baker, Matt Spargalo, Ben Case, Eric Cassidy, Jon Sharon, Evan Jackson INDIANA TECH Robert Hitchens, Joe Corona, Mike Linder MADONNA Kyle Fedorka, Justin Fabian, Kevin Entsminger, Clint LaFountaine, Greg Spanel, Scott Miller SIENA HEIGHTS Mike Sepesy CHAMPIONS OF CHARACTER TEAM Ryan Walters, Aquinas Jon Sharon, Concordia Sean Placie, Indiana Tech Todd Kalmbach, Madonna Chris Hudson, Siena Heights

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2006 IN REVIEW - SEASON STATISTICS AND HONOR ROLL 2006 crusader home runs NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50.

PLAYER GM# Kalmbach 4 Luttman 8 Luttman 9 Ramsey 9 Kalmbach 9 Ramsey 10 Luttman 11 Fedorka 16 Ramsey 17 Luttman 17 Alvarado 17 Luttman 17 Kalmbach 18 Barbeau 18 Herrick 18 Herrick 22 Ramsey 23 Luttman 24 Alvarado 26 Ramsey 27 Entsminger 29 Ramsey 30 Alvarado 30 Entsminger 32 Ramsey 32 Kalmbach 32 Ramsey 33 Kalmbach 33 Barbeau 34 Alvarado 35 Fedorka 35 Ramsey 35 Barbeau 40 Alvarado 40 Ramsey 41 Ramsey 41 Barbeau 42 Luttman 46 Rodeghier 46 Luttman 47 Luttman 49 Alvarado 49 Ramsey 52 Luttman 52 Luttman 52 Entsminger 53 Herrick 53 Ramsey 53 Barbeau 54 Barbeau 56

DATE Mar 06 Mar 08 Mar 08 Mar 08 Mar 08 Mar 09 Mar 10 Mar 22 Mar 22 Mar 22 Mar 22 Mar 22 Mar 24 Mar 24 Mar 24 Apr 01 Apr 02 Apr 02 Apr 06 Apr 06 Apr 09 Apr 09 Apr 09 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 11 Apr 13 Apr 13 Apr 13 Apr 15 Apr 15 Apr 15 Apr 22 Apr 22 Apr 22 Apr 22 Apr 23 May 1 May 1 May 1 May 04 May 04 May 11 May 11 May 11 May 12 May 12 May 12 May 12 May 19

OPPONENT vs Bethany at Pt. Loma vs Dakota Wes. vs Dakota Wes. vs Dakota Wes. vs Bethany at Concordia (CA) Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester Rochester at Spalding at Spalding at Spalding at Siena Heights Siena Heights Siena Heights Tiffin Tiffin St. Xavier St. Xavier St. Xavier Goshen Goshen Goshen Concordia Concordia Concordia at Concordia at Concordia at Concordia Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas at Aquinas at Ind. Tech at Ind. Tech at Ind. Tech Ind. Tech Ind. Tech vs Bethel vs Bethel vs Bethel vs Ind. Tech vs Ind. Tech vs Ind. Tech vs Bethel at St. Xavier

OFF OF #ON Miller 1 Hill 1 Andersen 1 Andersen 1 Cochran 0 Koski 0 Tundis 0 Albertson 0 Watros 0 Watros 0 Watros 1 Watros 1 Damchuk 0 Damchuk 0 Damchuk 2 Cross 1 Boertje 0 Green 1 Johnson 2 Youngblood 1 Zotto 0 Myjak 1 Fanning 2 Fensler 0 Fensler 0 Rohrer 2 Thompson 2 Thompson 2 Koon 0 McDevitt 1 Luxon, 1 Luxon 0 Ottenwess 2 Ottenwess 1 Bowling 0 Bowling 0 Martin 0 Knoch 1 Begley 1 Haynie 1 Trueblood 0 Haynie 1 Gingerich 1 Gingerich 0 Emberton 2 Knoch 0 Lease 0 Lease 2 Emberton 1 Quigley 1

2006 honor roll ALL-AMERICANS NAIA Ben Ramsey (1st Team) Dave Herrick (Honorable Mention) Derek Dufrane (Honorable Mention) Will Kennedy (Honorable Mention) > Ben Ramsey

ALL-AMERICANS American Baseball Coaches (ABCA) Ben Ramsey (1st Team) Dave Herrick (Honorable Mention) Derek Dufrane (Honorable Mention) Will Kennedy (Honorable Mention)

> Dave Herrick

Daktronics NAIA Academic AllAmerican Todd Kalmbach Justin Fabian REGION PLAYER OF THE YEAR NAIA Region VIII Ben Ramsey

> Derek Dufrane

ALL-REGION NAIA Region VIII Ben Ramsey (1st Team) Dave Herrick (1st Team) Derek Dufrane (1st Team) Will Kennedy (1st Team) WHAC CONFERENCE HONORS Player of the Year Ben Ramsey

> Will Kennedy

All-Conference Ben Ramsey (1st Team) Dave Herrick (1st Team) Derek Dufrane (1st Team) Will Kennedy (1st Team) Tony Luttman (1st Team) Jason Barbeau (1st Team) Todd Kalmbach (1st Team) Kyle Fedorka (Honorable Mention) Justin Fabian (Honorable Mention) Kevin Entsminger (Honorable Mention) Clint LaFountaine (Honorable Mention) Greg Spanel (Honorable Mention) Scott Miller (Honorable Mention) Todd Kalmbach (Academic) Justin Fabian (Academic) Mike Hand (Academic) Nick Hippler (Academic) Scott Miller (Academic) Gary VanAllen (Academic) Todd Kalmbach (Champion of Character) NAIA Region VIII Player of the Week Tony Luttman (Apr. 3) Ben Ramsey (Apr. 10) WHAC Player of the Week Tony Luttman (Apr. 3) Ben Ramsey (Apr. 10) Todd Kalmbach (Apr. 17) WHAC Pitcher of the Week Will Kennedy (March 14) Will Kennedy (May 1)

Coach of the Year Greg Haeger

2006 scoring by inning TEAM MU OPP

1 85 44

2 48 37

3 40 28

4 71 42

5 60 37

6 39 35

7 14 40

8 38 9

9 6 8

EX Total 8 409 3 283

> Tony Luttman

2006 attendance Home attendance...........................................1628 (18 dates avg = 90) Away attendance ..........................................4050 (36 dates avg = 112) Total attendance...........................................5678 (54 dates avg = 105)

> Jason Barbeau

> Ben Ramsey receives the ‘07 NAIA Region Player of the Year award. > Todd Kalmbach FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS


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RECORD VS. OPPONENT

OPPONENT MU RECORD Abilene Christian University (TX) 1-1 Adelphi University (NY) 2-0 Adrian College (MI) 2-1 Albion College (MI) 2-0 Alvernia College (PA) 1-1 Anderson College (SC) 1-3 Aquinas College (MI) 25-27-1 Baltimore City College (MD) 1-0 Barry University (FL) 1-0 Bellevue University (NE) 1-0 Belmont University (TN) 0-1 Bemidji State University (MN) 1-0 Bethany (KA) 1-3 Bethel College (IN) 5-8 Bethel College (TN) 2-0 Biola University (CA) 0-1 Brandeis University (MA) 1-0 Calvin College (MI) 4-1 Clarion University (PA) 1-0 Coker College (SC) 0-2 Columbia Union College (MD) 3-0 Concordia University (CA) 1-0-1 Concordia University (MI) 41-8 Cornerstone College (MI) 17-0 Culver-Stockton 0-2 Dakota Weslayan College 1-2 Dakota State 1-0 Delaware State University 2-1 Dominican University 1-1 Drew University 1-0 Eastern Michigan University 0-3 Eckerd College (FL) 0-7 Fairleigh Dickinson U-Madison (NJ) 0-1 Ferris State University (MI) 2-2 0-1 Florida Memorial College Florida Southern College 0-3 Fransiscan University 0-1 1-0 Gannon University (PA) Goshen (IN) 2-0 Grace (IN) 1-0 Grand Valley State Univ. (MI) 3-3 1-0 Greenville College (IL) Hillsdale College (MI) 1-1 OVERALL RECORD

Year 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 TOTAL

Record 12-19 24-18 32-20 30-23 43-22 42-20 39-25 29-26 25-30-1 30-26-1 25-24-1 29-25-1 19-28 20-23 22-30 32-25 40-16 35-21-1 528-421-5

Pct. .387 .571 .615 .566 .662 .677 .609 .527 .455 .535 .510 .536 .404 .465 .423 .561 .714 .582 .568

(SINCE 1989, FIRST YEAR OF RECORD COLLECTION) OPPONENT MU RECORD Hope College (MI) 2-0 Howard Payne University (TX) 0-1 Huntington College (IN) 1-1 Indiana Southeast College 1-1 Indiana Tech 21-29 Indiana Wesleyan University 5-2 IUPUI 6-3 Judson College 1-0 Kalamazoo College (MI) 1-0 Kean University (NJ) 2-0 Keene State College (NH) 1-0 King College (TN) 2-0 King's College (PA) 2-0 Lakeland (FL) 1-0 LaRoche College (PA) 2-0 Lee University (TN) 0-3 Lewis University (IL) 2-1 Lock Haven University (PA) 1-0 Malone College (OH) 4-1 Marian College (IN) 3-5 Marian College (WI) 2-2 Maryville College (TN) 2-0 Mesa State College (CO) 0-1 Michigan, University of 0-2 Millersville College 1-0 Milligan College (TN) 0-1 Moravian College (PA) 1-0 Mt. St. Joseph, College of (OH) 6-0 Mt. Vernon Nazarene College (OH) 1-3 Muhlenberg College (PA) 0-2 New Hampshire College 1-1 New York University 1-0 North Florida, University of 1-1 Northwood University (FL) 5-1 8-6 Northwood University (MI) Nova Southeastern University (FL) 0-1 Oakland University (MI) 0-3 8-17 Ohio Dominican College Ohio State University 0-1 Ohio Valley College 3-0 Olivet College (MI) 1-1 1-0 Palm Beach Atlantic College Pittsburgh-Johnstown, University of 1-1

WHAC RECORD Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 OVERALL

OPPONENT MU RECORD Point Loma Nazarene College (CA) 3-5 Point Park University 3-0 Purdue-North Central 2-0 Radford University (VA) 0-1 Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. (NY) 0-1 Rhode Island College 1-0 Rochester College (MI) 8-2 Rollins College (FL) 1-3 Saginaw Valley St. University (MI) 1-1 Seton Hill (PA) 1-0 St. Ambrose University 0-1 St. Anselm College (NH) 2-0 St. Francis, University of (IL) 14-19 St. Leo College (FL) 0-3 St. Mary's College (MI) 1-3 St. Thomas University (FL) 1-2 St. Xavier University (IL) 12-29 Siena Heights University (MI) 39-21 Spalding University (KY) 4-5 Spring Arbor University (MI) 24-21 Stonehill College (MA) 1-0 Susquehanna University (PA) 0-1 Tampa, University of (FL) 0-4 Taylor University (IN) 2-1 Tiffin University (OH) 10-9 Toledo, University of (OH) 1-1 Trevecca Nazarene University (TN) 0-1 Tri-State University (IN) 31-11 Trinity International University (IL) 1-0 Urbana College (OH) 5-1 Ursinus College (PA) 1-0 Virginia-Wise, University of 1-1 Walsh University (OH) 6-0 Warner Southern College (FL) 1-1 1-0 Washington University (MO) Wayne State University (MI) 7-7-1 Waynesburg College (PA) 1-0 4-4-1 Webber College (FL) West Liberty State College (WV) 2-0-1 West Virginia State College 2-1 Western Michigan 0-1 3-0 Wilmington College (OH) Wisconsin Lutheran College 0-1

POSTSEASON RECORD

Record 15-8-1(5th) 12-10 (3rd) 13-11 (4th) 11-13 (4th) 13-11 (3rd) 6-18 (5th) 13-6 (2nd) 13-3 (1st) 13-3 (1st) 109-83-1

Pct. .646 .545 .542 .458 .542 .250 .684 .813 .813 .567

Year 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 ALL-TIME

Record 3-2 1-2 6-2 1-2 6-2 5-2 3-2 4-2 2-2 0-2 0-2 4-4 8-2 43-28

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WHAC POSTSEASON Pct. .600 .333 .750 .333 .750 .714 .600 .667 .500 .000 .000 .500 .800 .605

Year 1998 1999 2000 2001 2005 2006 ALL-TIME

Record 4-0 3-2 3-0 2-2 2-2 3-0 17-6

Pct. 1.000 .600 1.000 .500 .500 1.000 .739

NAIA REGION VIII POSTSEASON Year 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 ALL-TIME

Record 1-2 0-2 0-2 2-2 5-2 8-10

Pct. .333 .000 .000 .500 .714 .444


SINGLE SEASON INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE RECORDS GAMES Rk. Player 1. Scott Anderson Craig Peterson 3. Jim Solak Kurt Wilczynski 5. Aaron Jones Scott Anderson Jim Solak 8. Dan Taylor 9. Jeff Pendell 10. Five Tied With

Year 1995 1995 1995 1995 1995 1994 1994 1995 1994

GP 64 64 63 63 62 62 62 61 60 57

AT BATS Rk. Player 1. Dan Taylor 2. Scott Anderson 3. Ben Ramsey 4. Kurt Wilczynski 5. Scott Anderson 6. Craig Peterson 7. Jim Solak 8. Tony Luttman 9. Joe Brusseau 10. Aaron Jones

Year 1995 1994 2006 1995 1995 1995 1995 2006 1993 1995

AB 225 217 211 210 208 204 203 196 193 190

RUNS Rk. Player 1. Scott Anderson 2. Aaron Shrewsbury 3. Ben Ramsey 4. Bob Hamp Kurt Wilczynski Tony Luttman 7. Dan Taylor 8. Derrick Wolfe Derrick Wolfe Aaron Shrewsbury Jason Barbeau

Year Runs 1994 74 1999 66 2006 59 1999 55 1995 55 2006 55 1995 53 2000 52 1999 52 1998 52 2006 52

HITS Rk. Player 1. Scott Anderson 2. Aaron Shrewsbury Ben Ramsey 4. Dan Taylor Daryl Rocho 5. Kurt Wilczynski Preston Picard Scott Anderson 8. Jim Solak 10. Aaron Shrewsbury

Year 1994 1997 2006 1995 1998 1995 2004 1995 1994 1999

Hits 81 80 80 75 71 71 71 69 69 68

Player Aaron Shrewsbury Jason Brooks Aaron Shrewsbury Derrick Wolfe Daryl Rocho Pete Quinn Daryl Rocho Derrick Wolfe Tim Kasubowski Preston Picard

Year 1997 1999 1999 2000 1999 1998 1998 1999 1995 2004

Avg. .455 .453 .425 .395 .392 .392 .390 .383 .382 .382

RUNS BATTED IN Rk. Player Daryl Rocho 1. 2. Daryl Rocho 3. Ben Ramsey Tony Luttman 5. Aaron Shrewsbury 6. Aaron Jones

Year 1998 1999 2006 2006 1999 1995

RBI 74 70 64 64 63 61

BATTING AVERAGE MINIMUM 80 AB/YEAR

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

Joe Greene J.R. Taylor Aaron Shrewsbury Ernie Bowling Todd Kalmbach

2665 1998 1997 1991 2006

61 58 54 54 54

DOUBLES Rk. Player 1. Daryl Rocho 2. Aaron Shrewsbury 3. Scott Anderson Kurt Wilczynski Joe Greene 6. Delano Voletti Ben Galus Joe Greene 8. Four Tied With

Year 1998 1997 1995 1995 2004 1999 2004 2005

2B 22 20 18 18 18 17 17 17 16

TRIPLES Rk. Player 1. Scott Anderson 2. Derrick Wolfe Preston Picard Chris Woodruff 5. Bob Hamp Aaron Jones Joe Brusseau Chris Sisler Bill Terski 10. 11 Tied With

Year 1994 2000 2004 2003 1999 1994 1991 1990 1990

3B 7 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 3

8. 9.

HOME RUNS Rk. Player 1. Aaron Shrewsbury 2. J.R. Taylor Ernie Bowling 4. Daryl Rocho 5. Daryl Rocho Aaron Shrewsbury Ben Ramsey 8. Delano Voletti 9. Derrick Wolfe Pete Quinn Craig Overaitis Jim Solak Tony Luttman

Year 1999 1998 1991 1999 1998 1997 2006 1999 1999 1998 1994 1994 2006

HR 19 16 16 15 13 13 13 12 11 11 11 11 11

TOTAL BASES Rk. Player Aaron Shrewsbury 1. 2. Aaron Shrewsbury Scott Anderson 3. Ben Ramsey 4. 5. Daryl Rocho Daryl Rocho 6. Ernie Bowling 7. 8. Jim Solak Preston Picard 9. 10. Aaron Jones Derrick Wolfe

Year 1999 1997 1994 2006 1998 1999 1991 1994 2004 1995 2000

TB 140 139 138 137 132 126 121 120 117 114 114

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE MINIMUM 80 AB/YEAR

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Aaron Shrewsbury Aaron Shrewsbury Ernie Bowling Pete Quinn Daryl Rocho Derrick Wolfe Jason Brooks J.R. Taylor Daryl Rocho Derrick Wolfe

Year SLG% 1999 .875 1997 .790 1991 .786 1998 .760 1999 .759 1999 .738 1999 .736 1998 .731 1998 .725 2000 .704

WALKS Rk. Player 1. Aaron Shrewsbury Jeff Pendell 3. Jeff Pendell 4. Kevin Foley 5. Aaron Jones Jeff Pendell 7. Jim Solak 8. Aaron Shrewsbury Aaron Shrewsbury 10. Three Tied With HIT BY PITCH Rk. Player 1. Kevin Entsminger 2. Joe Brusseau 3. Ben Galus 4. Preston Picard 5. Todd Kalmbach Dave Kwiatkowski Aaron Shrewsbury George Leung 9. Kyle Fedorka Joe Pruchnik Derrick Wolfe Neil Wildfong SACRIFICE HITS Rk. Player 1. Mario D'Herin 2. Kurt Wilczynski 3. Gary VanAllen 4. Todd Miller Todd Miller Shawn Penczak 7. Jeff Pendell 8. Mario D'Herin Kevin Foley 10. Jeff Gutt Dan Taylor

Year 1999 1993 1992 1998 1995 1994 1995 1998 1997

BB 43 43 42 41 39 39 35 34 34 32

Year 2006 1993 2004 2004 2006 2000 1998 1993 2006 2002 2000 2000

HBP 13 12 11 10 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8

Year 2003 1995 2005 2000 1999 1995 1994 2002 1996 1996 1995

SH 14 12 11 10 10 10 9 8 8 7 7

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PUTOUTS Rk. Player 1. Todd Kalmbach 2. Aaron Jones 3. Jeff Gutt 4. Todd Kalmbach 5. Joe Pruchnik 6. Eric Lightle Kellen Fry 8. Jeff Warholik 9. Joe Pruchnik 10. Jeff Gutt

Year 2006 1995 1996 2005 2002 2000 2004 1998 2001 1997

ASSISTS Rk. Player 1. Dan Taylor 2. Eric Marcotte Ben Ramsey 3. Jeff Miller 4. Todd Miller 5. Eric Marcotte 6. Joe Brusseau 7. Dan Taylor Jason Barbeau 9. Kurt Wilczynski Kyle Fedorka

Year Asst. 1995 146 1997 144 2006 144 1993 137 2000 134 1998 133 1993 130 1996 124 2006 124 1995 119 2006 119

ERRORS Rk. Player 1. Jeff Miller 2. Dan Taylor 3. Dan Taylor 4. Kurt Wilczynski 5. Kyle Fedorka Gary VanAllen Dave Nester 8. Daryl Rocho Scott Miller 10. Kurt Wilczynski

Year 1993 1994 1997 1995 2006 2004 2003 1998 2003 1996

PO 428 396 362 342 341 330 330 297 295 287

E 36 23 22 21 20 20 20 19 19 18

FIELDING PERCENTAGE MINIMUM 100 CHANCES

STRIKEOUTS Rk. Player 1. Craig Peterson 2. John Bonham Kevin Zerbo 3. 4. Kevin Entsminger 5. J.R. Taylor Bob Hamp 6. 7. Tony Luttman Sterling Mintzer Sterling Mintzer 10. Jason Brooks Manny Alvarado

Year 1995 1991 2004 2006 1998 1999 2006 2002 2003 2000 2006

K 51 46 38 36 35 34 33 33 33 31 31

STOLEN BASES Rk. Player Kevin Foley 1. 2. Scott Anderson Bob Hamp 3. Kevin Entsminger 4. Scott Anderson Neil Wildfong Eric Marcotte 7. 8. Jason Barbeau Greg Young Derrick Wolfe Neil Wildfong

Year 1998 1994 1999 2006 1995 2000 1998 2006 2001 1999 1999

SB 30 29 25 23 23 23 21 19 19 19 19

FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Rk. Player 1. Bill Terski Joe Pruchnik 3. George Leung Joe Pruchnik 4. 5. Matt Rigley 6. Joe Pruchnik Scott Anderson 7. 8. Dave Kwiatkowski Todd Kalmbach 10. Aaron Jones Jeff Warholik

Year Pct. 1993 1.000 2000 1.000 1993 .993 2002 .992 2003 .990 2001 .987 1995 .987 2001 .986 2006 .985 1995 .984 1998 .984


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CAREER INDIVIDUAL OFFENSIVE AND DEFENSIVE RECORDS

GAMES Rk. Player Year 1. Dan Taylor 1994-97 2. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 3. Kevin Foley 1995-98 4. Pete Quinn 1995-98 5. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 6. Delano Voletti 1996-99 7. Mario D'Herin 2000-03 8. Bob Hamp 1997-00 9. Joe Greene 2002-05 10. Kurt Wilczynski 1994-96

GP 221 202 201 194 191 188 179 170 163 161

DOUBLES Rk. Player Year 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Daryl Rocho 1996-99 3. Delano Voletti 1996-99 4. Joe Greene 2002-05 5. Dan Taylor 1994-97 6. Ernie Bowling 1989-92 7. Pete Quinn 1995-98 Jeff Pendell 1991-94 9. Scott Anderson 1993-95 Jim Solak 1993-95

2B 58 52 45 43 41 40 39 39 37 37

AT BATS Rk. Player Year 1. Dan Taylor 1994-97 2. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 3. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 4. Delano Voletti 1996-99 5. Joe Brusseau 1990-93 6. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 7. Jim Solak 1993-95 8. Pete Quinn 1995-98 9. Eric Marcotte 1996-98 10. Daryl Rocho 1996-99

AB 706 647 605 559 549 540 529 512 509 506

TRIPLES Rk. Player 1. Joe Brusseau 2. Scott Anderson 3. Bob Hamp Shawn Penczak Aaron Jones 6. Derrick Wolfe Jeff Pendell Bill Terski 9. Kurt Wilczynski Preston Picard

Year 1990-93 1993-95 1997-00 1994-96 1994-95 1999-00 1991-94 1990-93 1994-96 2004

3B 10 8 7 7 7 6 6 6 5 5

RUNS Year Rk. Player 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 3. Scott Anderson 1993-95 4. Dan Taylor 1994-97 5. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 6. Kevin Foley 1995-98 7. Pete Quinn 1995-98 8. Eric Marcotte 1996-98 9. Jim Solak 1993-95 10. Bob Hamp 1997-00

Runs 195 163 142 141 137 134 132 130 126 125

HOME RUNS Year Rk. Player 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Daryl Rocho 1996-99 3. Ernie Bowling 1989-92 4. Jim Solak 1993-95 5. Delano Voletti 1996-99 6. Pete Quinn 1995-98 7. Derrick Wolfe 1999-00 8. Craig Overaitis 1993-94 9. J.R. Taylor 1998 10. Bob Hamp 1997-00

HR 48 31 29 27 23 22 19 18 16 15

Hits 240 233 199 195 181 178 175 175 173 172

TOTAL BASES Rk. Player Year 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Daryl Rocho 1996-99 3. Delano Voletti 1996-99 Jim Solak 1993-95 5. Dan Taylor 1994-97 6. Ernie Bowling 1989-92 7. Pete Quinn 1995-98 8. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 9. Scott Anderson 1993-95 10. Joe Brusseau 1990-93

TB 446 342 299 299 293 291 280 277 267 266

HITS Rk. Player Year 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Dan Taylor 1994-97 3. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 4. Daryl Rocho 1996-99 5. Delano Voletti 1996-99 6. Eric Marcotte 1996-98 7. Jim Solak 1993-95 Joe Brusseau 1990-93 9. Pete Quinn 1995-98 10. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 BATTING AVERAGE

SLUGGING PERCENTAGE

MINIMUM 300 CAREER AB

MINIMUM 300 CAREER AB

Rk. 1 2 3 4 5 5 7 8 9 10

Player Year Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 Derrick Wolfe 1999-00 Daryl Rocho 1996-99 Scott Anderson 1993-95 Aaron Jones 1994-95 Todd Kalmbach 2005-06 Eric Marcotte 1996-98 Ernie Bowling 1989-92 Todd Miller 1998-00 Pete Quinn 1995-98

RUNS BATTED IN Rk. Player Year 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 2. Daryl Rocho 1996-99 3. Ernie Bowling 1989-92 4. Delano Voletti 1996-99 5. Jim Solak 1993-95 6. Joe Greene 2002-05 7. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 8. Dan Taylor 1994-97 9. Pete Quinn 1995-98 10. Aaron Jones 1994-95

Avg. .397 .389 .385 .354 .353 .353 .350 .340 .339 .338 RBI 195 183 139 122 119 115 112 104 103 92

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Year SLG% Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 .737 Derrick Wolfe 1999-00 .719 Daryl Rocho 1996-99 .676 Ernie Bowling 1989-92 .619 Aaron Jones 1994-95 .598 Jim Solak 1993-95 .565 Scott Anderson 1993-95 .560 Chris Woodruff 2000-03 .553 Pete Quinn 1995-98 .547 Delano Voletti 1996-99 .535

WALKS Rk. Player Year BB 1. Jeff Pendell 1991-94 147 2. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 127 3. Pete Quinn 1995-98 104 4. Kevin Foley 1995-98 91 5. Ernie Bowling 1989-92 77 6. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 74 7. Delano Voletti 1996-99 72 Joe Brusseau 1990-93 72 9. Kurt Wilczynski 1994-96 68 Jim Solak 1993-95 68

> Aaron Shrewsbury is regarded as one of the greatest Crusader hitters at all time and holds numerous career records HIT BY PITCH Year HBP Rk. Player 1. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 21 2. Mario D'Herin 2000-03 18 3. Joe Pruchnik 1999-02 15 3. Pete Quinn 1995-98 15 5. Todd Kalmbach 2005-06 14 6. Dave Kwiatkowski 2000-01 13 George Leung 1992-94 13 Kevin Entsminger 2006 13 9. Six Tied With 12 SACRIFICE HITS Rk. Player 1 Mario D'Herin 2. Todd Miller 3. Kurt Wilczynski 4. Kevin Foley Matt Rigley Justin Fabian 7. Dan Taylor 8. Jason Barbeau 9. Eric Marcotte 10. Gary VanAllen

PUTOUTS Rk. Player 1. Delano Voletti 2. Todd Kalmbach 3. Joe Pruchnik 4. Jeff Warholik 5. Jeff Gutt 6. Justin Fabian 7. Aaron Jones 8. Eric Lightle 9. Matt Rigley 10. Kellen Fry

Year 1996-99 2005-06 1999-02 1996-99 1995-98 2003-06 1994-95 2000-03 2001-03 2004-05

Year Asst. 1994-97 458 1996-98 380 2002-06 347 1998-00 291 1994-96 272 2000-02 262 1998-02 262 1991-94 201 2004-06 199 1996-99 188

Year 2000-03 1998-00 1994-96 1995-98 2001-03 2003-06 1994-97 2002-06 1996-98 2004-06

SH 42 23 19 18 18 18 17 16 15 14

ASSISTS Rk. Player 1. Dan Taylor 2. Eric Marcotte 3. Jason Barbeau 4. Todd Miller 5. Kurt Wilczynski 6. Mario D'Herin Neil Wildfong 8. Jeff Pendell 9. Kyle Fedorka 10. Daryl Rocho

STRIKEOUTS Year Rk. Player 1997-00 Bob Hamp 1. 1995-98 Kevin Foley 2. Delano Voletti 1996-99 3. 1996-99 Jeff Warholik 4. Aaron Shrewsbury1996-99 5. Craig Peterson 1994-95 2002-05 Joe Greene 1989-92 Ernie Bowling 8. 2000-03 Mario D'Herin 1995-98 10. Pete Quinn 1991-94 T.C. Raptis

K 96 81 80 75 72 72 72 70 70 69 69

ERRORS Rk. Player Jeff Miller 1. Dan Taylor 2. Dan Taylor 3. Kurt Wilczynski 4. Kyle Fedorka 5. Gary VanAllen Dave Nester Daryl Rocho 8. Scott Miller 10. Kurt Wilczynski

STOLEN BASES Rk. Player Year SB Scott Anderson 1993-95 66 1. Kevin Foley 1995-98 63 2. Neil Wildfong 1998-00, 2002 57 3. Jason Barbeau 2002-06 44 4. Eric Marcotte 1996-98 42 5. 1997-00 42 Bob Hamp Joe Greene 2002-05 38 7. Pete Quinn 1995-98 37 8. Devin Cole 2001-03 35 9. 1996-98 34 10. Mike LaPointe 2002-04 34 Dave Nester

2007 MADONNA BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Year 1993 1994 1997 1995 2006 2004 2003 1998 2003 1996

PO 828 770 767 710 700 638 544 528 473 414

E 36 23 22 21 20 20 20 19 19 18

FIELDING PERCENTAGE MINIMUM 400 CHANCES

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Joe Pruchnik Justin Fabian Todd Kalmbach Jeff Gutt Matt Rigley Kellen Fry Jeff Warholik Aaron Jones Eric Lightle Delano Voletti

Year 1999-02 2003-06 2005-06 1995-98 2001-03 2004-05 1996-99 1994-95 200003 1996-99

Pct. .990 .985 .984 .983 .980 .980 .978 .978 .972 .964


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SINGLE SEASON PITCHING RECORDS APPEARANCES Rk. Player 1. Jason Carter 2. Jeremy Stevens 3. Joel Fabris Adam Kline 5. Scott Miller Sean Henkel 7. Eric Butler Scott Miller Kyle Fedorka Kyle Fedorka

Year App. 1997 25 1999 22 1996 20 2003 20 2005 19 1994 19 1995 18 2006 17 2005 17 2004 17

SAVES Rk. Player 1. Kyle Fedorka 2. Adam Kline Sean Henkel 4. Jason Carter Joel Fabris 6. Daryl Rocho 7. Sean Henkel Adam Kline 9. Derrick Wolfe Eric Butler Sean Henkel

Year 2004 2002 1994 1997 1996 1999 1993 2003 2000 1995 1992

SV 9 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 3 3 3

GAMES STARTED Rk. Player 1. Will Kennedy Greg Spanel Derek Dufrane Adam Kline Bob Mason Craig Benedict Sean Henkel Craig Benedict Louie McKaig 10 Nine Tied With

Year 2006 2006 2005 2005 1998 1997 1995 1995 1994

GS 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 11

RUNS ALLOWED Rk. Player 1. Bob Mason 2. Craig Benedict 3. Eric Butler 4. Jeff Warholik 5. Bob Mason 6. Jeremy Stevens E.J. Roman 7. Greg Spanel 8. Sean Henkel 9. Joel Halliday Eric Williamson

Year 1998 1997 1997 1999 1999 2000 1999 2006 1995 2001 2000

RA 78 67 59 58 54 53 53 52 51 48 48

COMPLETE GAMES Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Mitch Jabczenski Mitch Jabczenski Louie McKaig 5. Derek Dufrane Derek Dufrane Dan Pydyn Dan Pydyn Louie McKaig 10. Three Tied With

Year 1995 2000 1998 1994 2006 2005 1997 1995 1993

CG 9 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

LOSSES Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Bob Mason Doug Brooks 4. Dale Hayes Bob Mason Mark Serra Greg St. John Mark Cole 9. 12 Tied With

Year 1997 1998 2004 2001 1999 1998 1989 2003

L 9 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

SHUTOUTS Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane 2. Derek Dufrane Shaun Hayward Louie McKaig Joe Jentzer 6. 14 Tied With

Year 2005 2006 1993 1993 1993

SHO 4 2 2 2 2 1

ERA MINIMUM 60 IP/YEAR

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Derek Dufrane Eric Butler Mitch Jabczenski Dan Pydyn Louie McKaig Chris Kloc Will Kennedy Adam Kline Sean Henkel Dan Pydyn

Year 2005 1996 1998 1997 1993 1991 2006 2005 1995 1995

ERA 1.58 1.78 2.33 2.99 3.22 3.24 3.34 3.39 3.38 3.57

INNINGS PITCHED Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Derek Dufrane 3. Dan Pydyn 4. Chris Kloc 5. Derek Dufrane Sean Henkel 7. Craig Benedict 8. Mitch Jabczenski 9. Craig Benedict Louie McKaig

Year 1995 2005 1997 1991 2006 1995 1997 2000 1996 1994

IP 80.0 79.2 78.1 75.0 74.2 74.2 73.0 72.1 70.0 70.0

WINS Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane 2. Derek Dufrane Sean Henkel Dan Pydyn Craig Benedict 5. Mitch Jabczenski Dan Pydyn Eric Butler Louie McKaig 9. Eight Tied WALKS Rk. Player 1. Chris Kloc 2. Bob Mason 3. Jeff Kugelman 4. Sean Henkel 5. Jeff Warholik 6. Mark Cole 7. Mike Grahl 8. Bob Mason Jeff Hamilton Louie McKaig

Year 2005 2006 1995 1995 1995 1998 1997 1996 1993

W 10 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 6

Year 1991 1998 1994 1995 1999 2003 1995 1999 1992 1991

BB 44 42 39 38 37 36 35 34 34 34

> Adam Kline (L) and Derek Dufrane (R) combined to become a very formidable duo at the top of the MU rotation in 2005. Dufrane went on to top many MU pitching charts .

HITS ALLOWED Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Eric Williamson 3. Craig Benedict Craig Benedict 5. Joel Halliday 6. Mitch Jabczenski Bob Mason 8. Dan Pydyn Louie McKaig 10. Adam Kline

Year 1997 2000 1996 1995 2001 2000 1998 1997 1994 2005

H 105 94 85 85 84 81 81 79 79 78

STRIKEOUTS Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane 2. Adam Kline 3. Derek Dufrane 4. Will Kennedy 5. Greg Spanel 6. Chris Kloc 7. Mitch Jabczenski 8. Doug Brooks Mark Cole 10. Louie McKaig

FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

Year 2005 2005 2006 2006 2006 1991 2000 2004 2003 1991

K 82 77 72 70 66 64 61 60 60 59


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CAREER PITCHING RECORDS

APPEARANCES Rk. Player 1. Jason Carter 2. Sean Henkel 3. Jeremy Stevens Eric Butler 5. Craig Benedict 6. Mark Serra 7. Adam Kline 8. Eric Williamson Bob Mason Louie McKaig

Year App. 1995-98 60 1991-95 59 1999-02 52 1994-97 52 1994-97 46 1995-98 45 2002-04 44 1999-02 42 1996-99 42 1991-94 42

SAVES Rk. Player Year 1. Kyle Fedorka 2004-active 2. Sean Henkel 1991-95 3. Adam Kline 2002-05 4. Jason Carter 1995-98 5. Joel Fabris 1996 6. Eric Butler 1994-97 Daryl Rocho 1999 8. Mike Hayes 2001-02 Derrick Wolfe 1999-00 10 Three Tied With

SV 15 13 10 7 5 4 4 3 3 2

ERA

GAMES STARTED Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Louie McKaig 3. Derek Dufrane 4. Bob Mason 5. Dan Pydyn Mike Hocking 7. Joel Halliday 8. Chris Kloc 9. Mitch Jabczenski Eric Williamson Eric Butler Mike Grahl

Year 1994-97 1991-94 2004-06 1996-99 1995-97 1989-92 2001-03 1990-92 1997-00 1999-02 1994-97 1993-95

GS 42 37 32 31 28 28 27 26 23 21 21 21

MINIMUM 150 CAREER IP

Rk. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Player Derek Dufrane Dan Pydyn Mitch Jabczenski Adam Kline Sean Henkel Chris Kloc Louie McKaig Craig Benedict Jeff Kugelman Joel Halliday

INNINGS PITCHED Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane 2. Craig Benedict 3. Louie McKaig 4. Mike Hocking 5. Bob Mason 6. Dan Pydyn 7. Mitch Jabczenski 8. Adam Kline 9. Jeremy Stevens 10. Eric Butler WINS Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane Louie McKaig Dan Pydyn 3. Craig Benedict Mitch Jabczenski 5. Mike Hocking Chris Kloc 7. Sean Henkel 8. Five tied with 9. WALKS Rk. Player Louie McKaig 1 Bob Mason 2 3 Mike Hocking 4 Sean Henkel 5 Mark Cole 6 Jeff Kugelman 7 Mike Grahl 8 Chris Kloc 9 Mike Coleman 10 Mark Serra

Year 2004-06 1995-97 1997-00 2002-05 1991-95 1990-92 1991-94 1994-97 1992-94 2001-03

ERA 2.37 3.11 3.30 3.73 3.82 3.92 4.10 4.26 4.55 4.78

Year IP 2004-06 292 1994-97 264 1991-94 230.1 1989-92 214 1996-99 192 1995-97 185 1997-00 174.1 2002-05 164.1 1999-02 158.1 1994-97 157.1

Year 2004-06 1991-94 1995-97 1994-97 1997-’00 1989-92 1990-92 1991-95

W 23 23 19 19 16 16 14 13 12

Year 1991-94 1996-99 1989-92 1991-95 2000-03 1992-94 1993-95 1990-92 1991-93 1995-98

BB 112 107 105 104 84 76 71 68 67 64

> Mitch Japczenski (L) lettered for MU from 1997-2000 and appears in nine career top-10 lists while Kyle Fedorka (R) is the all-time saves leader.

HITS ALLOWED Rk. Player Craig Benedict 1 Mike Hocking 2 Bob Mason 3 Jeremy Stevens 4 James O'Connor 5 Louie McKaig 6 Eric Williamson 7 Dan Pydyn 8 Joel Halliday 9 10 Eric Butler

Year 1994-97 1989-92 1996-99 1999-02 1998-01 1991-94 1999-02 1995-97 2001-03 1994-97

H 305 252 223 216 209 208 200 194 185 178

STRIKEOUTS Rk. Player Derek Dufrane 1. Louie McKaig 2. Adam Kline 3. Bob Mason 4. Chris Kloc 5. Mitch Jabczenski 6. Craig Benedict 7. Sean Henkel Derek Dufrane 9. 10. Dan Pydyn Joel Halliday

2007 MADONNA BASEBALL MEDIA GUIDE

Year 2004-06 1991-94 2002-05 1996-99 1990-92 1997-00 1994-97 1991-95 2004-06 1995-97 2001-03

K 199 161 151 147 144 137 136 136 199 120 120

RUNS ALLOWED Rk. Player 1. Bob Mason 2. Craig Benedict 3. Mike Hocking 4. Jeremy Stevens 5. Eric Williamson 6. Louie McKaig 7. Mark Serra 8. Joel Halliday 9. Eric Butler 10. Dan Pydyn

Year 1996-99 1994-97 1989-92 1999-02 1999-02 1991-94 1995-98 2001-03 1994-97 1995-97

COMPLETE GAMES Rk. Player 1. Craig Benedict 2. Mitch Jabczenski 3. Derek Dufrane 4. Dan Pydyn 5. Louie McKaig 6. Bob Mason Joel Halliday 8. Mike Grahl 9 Five tied with

Year CG 1994-97 22 1997-00 16 2004-06 15 1995-97 14 1991-94 13 1996-99 11 2001-03 11 1993-95 8 7

LOSSES Rk. Player 1. Bob Mason 2. Craig Benedict 3. Mike Hocking 4. Louie McKaig Chris Kloc Joel Halliday 7. Jeremy Stevens Eric Williamson Mark Cole 10. Eric Butler Mike Coleman

Year 1996-99 1994-97 1989-92 1991-94 1990-92 2001-03 1999-02 1999-02 2000-03 1994-97 1991-93

SHUTOUTS Rk. Player 1. Derek Dufrane 2. Mitch Jabczenski Bob Mason Joe Jentzer Louie McKaig Shaun Hayward 23 Tied with 7.

Year SHO 2004-06 6 1997-00 2 1996-99 2 1992-94 2 1991-94 2 1989-93 2 1

RA 192 171 136 133 126 124 114 112 102 99

L 20 18 13 12 12 12 11 11 11 10 10


ALL TIME GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS (SINCE 1993, FIRST YEAR OF SEASON RESULT COLLECTION) 1993 (43-22) Head Coach: Mike George Deleware Tech. Deleware Tech. Wilmington College Clarion Univ. of Penn LaRoche College Bemidji State University Alvernia College New Hampshire College Alvernia College Maryville College Keene State College Brandies University LaRoche College College of St. Francis, IL College of St. Francis, IL College of St. Francis, IL Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University Concordia College Concordia College Ohio State University Northwood University Northwood University Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Concordia College Concordia College Grand Rapids Baptist Grand Rapids Baptist Siena Heights college Siena Heights College Hillsdale College Wayne State University Wayne State University Aquinas College Aquinas College Ferris State University Ferris State University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College University of Toledo, OH Tri-State University Tri-State University Grand Rapids Baptist Grand Rapids Baptist Aquinas College Aquinas College Tri-State University, IN Tri-State University, IN Eastern Michigan University Eastern Michigan University Hillsdale College Adrian College Adrian College Wayne State University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Tri-State University, IN Spring Arbor College Northwood University Siena Heights College Aquinas College

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

1994 (42-20) Head Coach: Mike George King's College Delaware State Radford University Fairleigh Dickinson Wilmington College New Hampshire College Lock Haven University Malone College Maryville College University of North Florida University of North Florida Stonehill College Swarthmore College

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

Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Northwood University Northwood University College of St. Francis College of St. Francis College of St. Francis Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University Tri-State University Tri-State University Grand Rapids Baptist Grand Rapids Baptist Calvin College Calvin College Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Ferris State University Ferris State University Concordia College Concordia College Aquinas College Aquinas College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Grand Rapids Baptist Grand Rapids Baptist Northwood University Northwood University Concordia College Concordia College Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Wayne State University Wayne State University Aquinas College Aquinas College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Wayne State University Wayne State University Tri-State University Tri-State University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Siena Heights College Aquinas College Siena Heights College

1-6 11-2 9-2 4-5 11-1 7-6 2-3 7-6 0-15 4-2 3-1 7-0 12-2 11-1 11-1 11-1 1-5 6-2 6-1 10-11 9-1 7-0 11-6 7-12 13-3 5-3 13-3 18-2 7-2 2-5 8-1 11-1 7-6 0-6 3-7 13-1 2-6 1-4 14-3 10-11 1-0 5-2 7-3 7-6 7-9 9-10 11-6* 4-18* 4-10*

1995 (39-25) Head Coach: Mike George University of Tampa University of Tampa Webber College Webber College St. Thomas University Eckerd College Anderson Anderson St. Leo College Indiana Wesleyan University Warner Southern College Bethel College Webber College Webber College Walsh University Walsh University Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College West Liberty State College Ohio Dominican College Howard Payne University Abilene Christian University Mesa State College Bellevue University Abilene Christian University Tiffin University Tiffin University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College University of Michigan Cornerstone College

FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

2-3 4-7 8-2 1-13 8-5 5-20 10-4 2-7 2-3 2-0 5-1 3-2 8-7 2-1 7-8 22-3 7-3 7-11 11-1 3-5 3-7 12-6 8-16 7-2 2-6 3-7 0-1 18-7 11-0 4-5 3-2

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IUPUI IUPUI IUPUI University of Michigan Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Tri-State University Tri-State University College of Mount St. Joseph College of Mount St. Joseph College of Mount St. Joseph College of Mount St. Joseph College of St. Francis College of St. Francis Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Cornerstone College Cornerstone College Aquinas College Walsh University Walsh University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Greenville College Trinity University West Virginia State West Virginia State Marian College, WI Mt. Vernon Nazarene College College of St. Francis Mt. Vernon Nazarene College

11-0 10-0 10-1 9-10 1-3 1-2 6-3 2-6 4-3 11-0 6-0 12-0 8-3 4-11 13-3 7-6 18-5 4-3 2-1 9-8 7-2 3-7 4-5 2-6 2-0 10-3* 5-4* 9-6* 7-2* 9-5* 6-5* 6-12* 5-6*

1996 (29-26) Head Coach: Mike George Eckerd College Belmont University Moravian College The University of Tampa The University of Tampa St. Leo College Gannon University Bethel College Indiana Wesleyan University Trevecca Nazarene University Indiana Wesleyan University Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Point Loma Nazarene University Point Loma Nazarene University Point Loma Nazarene University Point Loma Nazarene University Point Loma Nazarene University Point Loma Nazarene University Siena Heights College Siena Heights College IUPUI IUPUI Kalamazoo College IUPUI IUPUI IUPUI IUPUI Concordia College Tiffin University Tiffin University Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Cornerstone College Cornerstone College Xavier University Xavier University Xavier University Xavier University College of St. Francis College of St. Francis College of St. Francis College of St. Francis Walsh University Walsh University Tri-State University Tri-State University Xavier University Xavier University

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


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ALL TIME GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS

Xavier University Xavier University Xavier University College of Mt. St. Joseph Marian College West Virginia State

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

1997 (25-30-1) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Rollins College Eckerd College Eckerd College Webber College Webber College St. Leo College Kean College St. Thomas University Nova Southeastern Barry University Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University Tiffin University Tiffin University Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Concordia College Concordia College Siena Heights College Siena Heights College Olivet College Aquinas College Aquinas College Calvin College Wayne State University Wayne State University Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Ohio Dominican College Northwood University Northwood University Indiana Tech College of St. Francis College of St. Francis College of St. Francis College of St. Francis Tri-State University Tri-State University Wayne State University Wayne State University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Indiana Tech College of Mt. St. Joseph Marian College Indiana Tech Ohio Dominican College Marian College Bethel College Mt. Vernon Nazarene College

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

1998 (30-26-1, 15-8-1 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Florida Southern College St. Anselm College St. Anselm College Eckerd College Eckerd College Webber College Rollins College Rollins College King College Warner Southern College Milligan College Bethel College King College Saginaw Valley State University Aquinas College

1-19 14-0 26-2 4-7 3-5 2-7 2-19 10-9 7-5 2-6 13-18 0-9 5-3 17-9 5-9

Aquinas College Concordia College Concordia College Cornerstone College Cornerstone College St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Tri-State University Tri-State University Tiffin University Tiffin University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Cornerstone College Cornerstone College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Aquinas College Aquinas College Northwood University Tri-State University Tri-State University St. Francis College St. Francis College Concordia College Concordia College Wayne State University Northwood University Northwood University Tri-State University Aquinas College Spring Arbor College Tri-State University St. Francis College Ohio Dominican Mt. Vernon Nazarene

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

1999 (25-24-1, 12-10 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Rollins College Eckerd College Florida Southern Rensselaer Polytechnic Inst. Florida Southern Webber College Webber College Baltimore City Ohio Valley College Washington University Ohio Valley College University of Toledo Tiffin University Tiffin University Albion College Albion College Northwood University Northwood University Concordia College Concordia College Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Aquinas College Aquinas College Adrian College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Concordia College Concordia College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Tri-State University Tri-State University Tri-State University

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

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Tri-State University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Spring Arbor College Siena Heights University Indiana Tech Aquinas College Indiana Tech

24-3 1-8 2-13 1-2 4-8 10-7* 17-10* 9-10* 5-4* 17-19*

2000 (29-25-1, 13-11 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Columbia Union College University of Virginia-Wise University of Virginia-Wise Susquehanna University Univ. of Pittsburgh-Johnstown Ohio Valley College Ursinus College Bethel College Univ. of Pittsburgh-Johnstown Bethel College Columbia Union College Columbia Union College West Liberty State College Waynesburg College West Liberty State College Concordia College Concordia College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Aquinas College Aquinas College Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Tri-State University Tri-State University Tiffin University Tiffin University Concordia College Concordia College Tri-State University Tri-State University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Aquinas College Aquinas College University of St. Francis University of St. Francis University of St. Francis University of St. Francis Indiana Tech Indiana Tech St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Spring Arbor College Aquinas College Aquinas College Marion College Huntington College Indiana Tech

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

2001 (19-28, 11-13 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Anderson University Coker College Marian College Marian College Anderson University Coker College Aquinas College Wilmington College New York University Wisconsin Lutheran College Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College

6-11 0-5 4-9 11-7 5-14 10-16 0-10 11-6 42-7 3-6 0-11 4-10


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ALL TIME GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Aquinas College Aquinas College Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Concordia College Concordia College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Tri-State University Tri-State University Wayne State University Tri-State University Tri-State University Spring Arbor College Spring Arbor College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Concordia College Concordia College University of St. Francis (IL) University of St. Francis (IL) University of St. Francis (IL) University of St. Francis (IL) Aquinas College Aquinas College St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Spring Arbor College Tri-State University Spring Arbor College Indiana Tech

2-3 4-5 1-2 5-7 3-6 0-4 3-2 6-4 9-8 17-3 3-1 1-13 3-7 2-9 12-2 5-4 0-4 0-2 3-4 6-3 511 8-2 8-7 1-4 3-2 3-7 4-3 9-8 0-10 0-9 4-3 1-4* 6-3* 11-4* 2-7*

2002 (20-23, 13-11 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Northwood University (FL) Florida Memorial College Kean University (NJ) Northwood University (FL) Adelphi University (NY) Muhlenberg College (PA) Indiana Wesleyan University Adelphi University (NY) Rochester College (MI) Rochester College (MI) Indiana Wesleyan University Lewis University (IL) Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Saginaw Valley State Oakland University (MI) Spring Arbor University Spring Arbor University Aquinas College Aquinas College Concordia University Concordia University Tri-State University Tri-State University Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Spring Arbor University Aquinas College Aquinas College Bethel College (IN) Concordia University Concordia University Spring Arbor University Tri-State University Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Tri-State University Bethel College (IN) Huntington College (IN)

6-4 0-1 6-5 1-8 12-5 1-3 2-6 16-13 5-3 6-3 6-5 3-6 0-1 0-2 0-8 2-3 2-5 1-2 2-10 3-4 6-5 5-1 5-7 10-4 2-9 2-8 2-0 6-2 4-3 3-2 1-7 11-16 2-0 4-0 4-10 6-1 4-11 5-1 1-7 5-4 6-1 7-10* 3-12*

2003 (22-30, 6-18 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Northwood College (FL) Lewis College Northwood College (FL) King's College Indiana Weslayan College Dominican College Muhlenberg College Lewis College King's College Indiana Weslayan College Dominican College Drew College Rhode Island College Olivet College St. Mary's College St. Mary's College Ohio Dominican College Ohio Dominican College Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Spring Arbour University Spring Arbour University Rochester College Rochester College Concordia University Concordia University Sienna Heights University Sienna Heights University Aquinas College Aquinas College Oakland University Aquinas College Aquinas College St. Mary's College St. Mary's College Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Tri-State University Tri-State University Concordia University Concordia University St. Francis College St. Francis College St. Francis College St. Francis College Tri-State University Tri-State University Spring Arbour University Spring Arbour University Sienna Heights University Sienna Heights University

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

2004 (32-25, 14-5 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Northwood University Point Park University Northwood University Point Park University Point Park University St. Thomas University Dakota Weslayan College Palm Beach Atlantic University St. Thomas University Dakota Weslayan College Malone College Millersville College Fransiscan University St. Ambrose University Judson College Malone College Spalding University Indiana Southeast University Indiana Southeast University Spalding University Spalding University Hope College Urbana University Urbana University Tiffin College Spring Arbour University

FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

15-6 5-2 2-1 5-1 10-0 2-9 4-5 5-1 4-6 1-2 10-0 5-3 6-8 1-4 13-0 4-7 8-7 4-7 7-4 3-4 5-6 18-5 7-11 4-2 0-4 6-1

Spring Arbour University Spring Arbour University Spring Arbour University Ohio Dominican University Ohio Dominican University Aquinas College Aquinas College Oakland University Aquinas College Aquinas College Rochester College Rochester College Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Siena Heights University Tiffin College Tiffin College Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Indiana Tech. University Ohio Dominican University Rochester College Concordia University Concordia University Calvin College Concordia University *Bethel University *Marian University

3-4 0-1 9-2 3-5 5-11 1-2 11-9 3-4 3-2 9-1 6-2 3-2 9-1 11-3 6-4 19-8 4-2 4-7 2-6 2-1 3-6 8-2 8-5 13-17 4-1 5-4 6-8 4-3 3-7 3-6

2005 (40-16, 13-3 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Spalding Spalding Spalding Malone Purdue N. Central Dakota State Seton Hill Urbana Grace Urbana Malone Grace Purdue N. Central Lakeland Wayne State Wayne State Eastern Michigan Western Michigan Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Ohio Dominican Ohio Dominican Bethel Bethel Siena Heights Siena Heights Siena Hights Siena Heights Hope Tiffin Tiffin Urbana Urbana Taylor Taylor Marian Marian Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Concordia Concordia Concordia Concordia Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Calvin *Concordia * Indiana Tech * Concordia * Aquinas

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


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* * * *

Spring Arbor Marian Indiana Tech Marian

3-0 2-3 11-7 6-10

2006 (35-21-1, 13-3 WHAC) Head Coach: Greg Haeger Biola University Culver-Stockton Culver-Stockton Bethany College Bethany College Bethany College Point Loma Nazarene Point Loma Nazarene Dakota Wesleyan Bethany College Concordia - Irvine Concordia - Irvine Lee University Lee University Lee University Rochester College Rochester College Spalding University Spalding University Spalding University Siena Heights Siena Heights Siena Heights Siena Heights University of St. Francis Tiffin University Tiffin University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University St. Xavier University Goshen College Goshen College Concordia Concordia Concordia Concordia Bethel College Bethel College Rochester College Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Aquinas Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Indiana Tech Concordia * Indiana Tech * Indiana Tech * Taylor University * Bethel College * Indiana Tech * Bethel College * St. Xavier University * St. Xavier University * St. Xavier University *

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

> Jason Barbeau (L) and Justin Fabian (R) accept the 2006 WHAC Tournament championship trophy from WHAC President and Madonna Athletic Director Bryan Rizzo (R).

> The Madonna baseball team celebrates their first ever NAIA Region VIII championship.

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ALL-TIME MADONNA BASEBALL ROSTER a Manny Alvarado Luke Anderson Scott Anderson Ryan Andrzejewski

g 20062001 1993-95 2000-01

b Jason Barbeau Ryan Bardoni Paul Barkai Keegan Beaton Chris Behrns Craig Benedict Pete Berrios Kevin Bilbia Rich Bloomberg John Bonham Jim Boucher Ernie Bowling Ryan Brodowski Doug Brooks Jason Brooks Joe Brusseau Eric Butler Mike Butler

2002-06 20051998 2006 2003-04 1994-97 1989-90 1998 1990-92 1990-91 1989-90 1989-92 20062004 1999-00 1990-93 1994-97 1999

c Fred Cahill Ian Caldwell Andrew Campbell Nick Capoferi Jason Carter Mike Cauzillo Steve Coffell Devin Cole Mark Cole Mike Coleman Eric Crawford Ryan Cull

1989 1997 2004-05 1995 1995-98 20051989-93 2001-03 2000-03 1991-93 1996 1992

d 2000-03 1997, 1999-01 1999-01 1993-95 1994 1995-96 2003-05 2004-06

Mario D'Herin Bryan DeCaire Nick Dedeluk Tad Dennis John DiPonio Jason Dubey Dan Duffey Derek Dufrane

e Bob Elliott Kevin Entsminger

1990 2006

f Justin Fabian Joel Fabris Corey Farner Kyle Fedorka Mike Fisher Zach Flavin Kevin Foley David Frigerio Kellen Fry

2003-06 1996 2001-02 20041999, 2001-02 20061995-98 1989 2004-05

Chris Gajewski Ben Galus Dan Gendron Jake Ghannam Rick Gierczak Matt Gorske Ryan Grabetz Mike Grahl Joe Greene Jeff Gutt

1991-94 2004 2005 2004 1989-90 2004-05 1993-94 1993-95 2002-05 1995-98

h Joel Halliday Dennis Hamilton Bob Hamp Mike Hand Matt Hansen Dale Hayes Mike Hayes Paul Hays Shaun Hayward Sean Henkel Dave Herrick Tom Hill Joel Hillebrand Nick Hippler Greg Hocking Mike Hocking Tim Holland Bobby Houchins Matt Humenay

2001-03 1992 1997-00 20041995-97 2000-01 2001-02 2005 1989, 1993 1991-95 20051990 1996 2004-06 2004 1989-92 1996-97 2003-05 2004-

i Kyle Irwin

1990

j Mitch Jabczenski 1997-98, 2000 2005Mike Jacques 1996-98 Brandon Jaskolski 1992-94 Joe Jentzer 2003 Craig Jerore 1994-95 Aaron Jones

Mike Louwers Tony Luttman

m Sean Maloney Eric Marcotte Bob Mason John McCracken Lou McKaig Matt Michalik Jeff Miller Dan Miller Scott Miller Todd Miller Sterling Mintzer Jim Moran Adam Munoz Mike Murphy

2005-06 1990 1994-96 20052002-05 2002-05 1990-92 1991-92 1990-92 1989 1992-94 2000-01

n 2002-04 1998-01

o James O'Connor Kevin O'Connor Dave O'Neill Josh Odom Mike Orehek Craig Overaitis

1998-01 1989-92 1989-99 2001, 2003 20041993-94

p Matt Pagnan Randy Palmer Adam Paschke Shawn Penczak Jeff Pendell Craig Peterson Preston Picard Joe Pruchnik Dan Pydyn

1996 2000 2004 1994-96 1991-94 1994-95 2004 1999-02 1995-97

q 1995-98

Pete Quinn

r Roy Rabe Ben Ramsey T.C. Raptis Chet Rees John Regan Jason Renkiewicz Matt Rigley Joe Rizzi Daryl Rocho Matt Rodeghier E.J. Roman Rich Roy

l Clint LaFountaine 2006 Mike LaPointe 1996-98 Kevin Learned 1990-92 George Leung 1992-94 Eric Lightle 2000, 2002-03 Gary Linzell 2001 Matt Loridas 2004

1990-92 1996-98 1996-99 20051991-94 2003 1993-94 20052003-06 1998-00 2002-03 2003 1999 1992

David Nester Nick Newman

k Todd Kalmbach Craig Karankiewicz Tim Kasubowski Will Kennedy Tony Kern Adam Kline Chris Kloc Rob Kowalski Jeremy Krol Kevin Krotche Jeff Kugleman Dave Kwiatkowski

2004 2006-

2000-03 2006 1991-94 1999 1989 1995-96 2001-03 2000 1996-99 20061996-99 1990-93

s Jeff Savage Mark Serra Aaron Shrewsbury Lance Siegwald Chris Sisler Jason Skoczylas

FIVE-TIME CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS

2004 1995-98 1996-99 2000-01 1990 1999

Eric Smith Matt Snyder Jim Solak Greg Spanel Jeremy Stevens Greg St. John Tom Suter Mike Syjud

1995 1998 1993-95 2006 1999-02 1989 1996 1994

t Dan Taylor J.R. Taylor Eric Terlecki Bill Terski

1994-97 1998 1989 1990-93

v Dan Valente Gary VanAllen Delano Voletti

2005-06 20041996-99

w Kevin Walker Steve Walker Jeff Warholik Eric Wendling Mike Wienczak Kurt Wilczynski Neil Wildfong Brian Williams Ron Williams Eric Williamson Andy Wojcik Derrick Wolfe Chris Woodruff Mike Wozniak Chad Wrona

y

Greg Young John Young

1994 1999 1996-99 20061989-90 1994-96 1998-00, 2002 2001-02 2001-02 1999-03 20051999-00 2000-03 1990-91 1992 2001 2000

z Chad Zann Steve Zann Kevin Zerbo

1993 1993-95 2004

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Created by Tony Baldwin.

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