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Gil Coan Field The Gil Coan Baseball Field was named after Gil Coan, BC Class of 1940. Coan was a three-sport star for the Tornados in baseball, basketball and football. He signed a baseball contract with the minor league Chattanooga Lookouts in early ‘44. With a batting average around .375, he was minor leaguer of the year in 1945 and on his way to the majors. Coan spent 11 seasons in the big leagues. He was with the Senators from 1946 to 1953, then made stops with the Orioles, White Sox and Giants from 1954 to 1956. His best years were 1950 and ‘51, when he posted back-to-back .303 batting averages. His lifetime mark in the majors is .254, 731 hits in 2,877 at-bats. He had 39 home runs and 278 runs batted in. He also tied a major league record hitting two triples in a same inning on April 21, 1951. Coan is a member of the Brevard College Sports Hall of Fame. The school’s baseball park is named Gil Coan Field.


Credits/Table of Contents

Credits The 2011 Brevard College Baseball Media Guide is published by the BC Sports Information Office.

Written, compiled and edited by: Seth Montgomery Sean Hostetter The BC baseball staff and players

Photography by: Duane Jones of Duane’s Photography BC Sports Information Staff

About the Cover: Featured on this year’s cover is 2011 seniors, pitcher Jacob White and outfielder Ron Patterson.

Cover Design: Seth Montgomery using Adobe Photoshop CS3.

Table of Contents Credits/Table of Contents

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General and Media Information

2-3

The Coaches

4-7

Meet the Tornados

8-11

Season Outlook

12-13

Player Profiles

14-26

The SAC

27-30

The Opponents

31-38

2010 Season in Review

39-44

All-Time Record Books

45-51

This is Brevard College

52-55

BC Baseball Calendar

56-57

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General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

TICKET INFORMATION

School:................................................................................Brevard College Location:........................................................................Brevard, NC 28712 Founded:..............................................................................................1853 Enrollment:............................................................................................600 Nickname:.................................................................................... Tornados School Colors:........................................................... Royal Blue and White Stadium:................................................................................Gil Coan Field ....................................................................................... @ Brevard College Capacity:................................................................................................500 Surface:.................................................................................. Natural Grass Affiliation:.......................................................................... NCAA Division II Conference:.......................................................................... South Atlantic President:...................................................................... Dr. Drew Van Horn Alma Mater:..................................................South Carolina (Ph.D.), 2002 Director of Athletics:.....................................................................Kim Pate Alma Mater:......................................................................... Brevard, 2003 ..................................................................... Western Carolina (M.A.) 2008 Athletic Dept. Phone:......................................................... (828) 884-8276 Ticket Office Phone:........................................................... (828) 884-8276

There is no admission charge

Brevard College faculty, staff and

COACHING & SUPPORT STAFF

students receive complimentary

Head Coach:............................................................................. Matt McCay Alma Mater (year):................................................... UNC Chapel Hill, 2006 Record at BC (years):................................................................... 0-0 (First) Career Record (years):................................................................. 0-0 (First) Office Phone:...................................................................... (828) 884-9158 Best Time of Day to Reach:.......................................................... Mornings Email:.....................................................................mccaymv@brevard.edu

Assistant Coach/Head JV Coach:........................................ Kevin Allingham Alma Mater (year):............................................................... Catawba, 2001 Assistant Coach:........................................................................ Sean Walsh Assistant Coach:..................................................................... Seth Williams

Athletic Training Staff: Head Athletic Trainer......................................................... Josh Smallwood Associate Athletic Trainer........................................................ Josh Owen* First Aid Responder........................................................Gretchen Sheperty

*............................................... indicates primary Men’s Basketball Trainer

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for fans wishing to attend the Brevard College baseball games.

GENERAL ADMISSION No tickets required, all admission is free of charge.

BREVARD COLLEGE FACULTY, STAFF & STUDENTS

general admission to all BC athletic events for themselves and their dependents by presenting a valid college ID card. All guests must enter with the ID card holder to receive complimentary admission.

PUBLIC PARKING Public parking is available in the lot adjacent to the McCoy Tennis

2010-2011 BC MEN’S BASEBALL TEAM INFORMATION

Complex. Parking lots are open

Overall Record Last Year: ........................................................... 9-35 Conference Record & Finish: ............................................ 2-22 (9th) Final Ranking Last Season: . ........................................................ N/A Letterwinners Returning/Lost: ................................................... N/A Starters Returning/Lost: ............................................................. N/A

to the public prior to the starting time for all home games.


Media Information Credentials All requests for working media credentials and photo passes for Brevard College baseball games should be directed to the Sport Information office. Passes will be available for pickup at the ticket entrance or in advance at the Sport Information office. Interviews All requests for interviews with Brevard College student-athletes should be made through the Sport Information office by calling (828) 884-8288. Brevard College athletes are routinely available for interviews before and after practice sessions. Postgame interviews will be conducted only upon request. All requests should be made to the Sport Information staff before or at the conclusion of the contest to make arrangements. Media Services The working media area at Gil Coan Field is located in the press box located behind home plate. Programs, pre-game notes, statistics, box scores and play-by-play narratives will be supplied. For further arrangements, call (828) 884-8288 or e-mail montgosj@brevard.edu. Photography Area Photographers with passes may shoot from either foul line. Fieldside flashes are not permitted. Driving Directions Brevard College’s baseball games are held on the campus of Brevard College. The physical address of the college is 1 Brevard College Drive, Brevard, N.C., 28712. From Asheville (NC) area: Take I-26 to Exit 40 toward the Asheville Regional Airport. Turn toward the Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Charlotte (NC) area: Take I-85 South to Exit 10-B, US 74 (Shelby / Kings Mountain). Take US 74 West to I-26. Take I-26 West to Exit 40. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Atlanta (GA) area: Take I-85 North to Spartanburg. In Spartanburg, take I-26 West toward Asheville. Follow I-26 to Exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn left onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate. From the Knoxville (TN) area: Take I-40 East to Asheville and take Exit 46 before Asheville. Exit 46 will take you into I-26 East toward Spartanburg. Follow I-26 to exit 40, Hwy. 280. Turn right onto Hwy. 280 toward the Asheville Regional Airport and continue to Brevard. Hwy. 280 will intersect at a stoplight with US 64 West and US 276. Continue straight into the City of Brevard to Brevard College. The College will be on your left on North Broad Street. Turn onto the campus at the Brevard College sign on the iron and brick gate.

MEDIA INFORMATION Television

WLOS ABC 13 Sports Anchor:......................................................... Stan Pamfilis Address: . .................................................. 110 Technology Drive . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28803 Website:.............................................................. www.wlos.com E-mail:.........................................................spamfilis@wlos.com

Radio WSQL 1240 AM General Manager:................................................... Don DeBiase Address:................................................................ 62 W. Main St. . ......................................................................Brevard, NC 28712 Station Phone:..................................................... (828) 877-5252 Website:...................................................... www.wsqlradio.com E-mail:.................................................. WSQLradio@yahoo.com

Print

The Transylvania Times Sports Writer:..................................................Robbie Robertson Address:..........................................................37 North Broad St. . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712 Phone:................................................................. (828) 883-8156 Fax:..................................................................... (828) 883-8158 Website:......................................... www.transylvaniatimes.com E-mail:.................................rrobertson@transylvaniatimes.com

The Hendersonville Times Sports Editor:..........................................................Dean Hensley Address:.................................................1717 Four Seasons Blvd. . ........................................................ Hendersonville, N.C. 28792 Phone:................................................................ (828) 694-7868 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 693-5581 Website:............................................... www.blueridgenow.com E-mail:...................................dean.hensley@blueridgenow.com

The Asheville Citizen-Times Sports Editor:......................................................... Bob Berghaus Senior Sports Writer:................................................ Keith Jarrett Address:....................................................... 14 O. Henry Avenue . ....................................................................Asheville, NC 28801 Phone: .............................................. 1-800-800-4204, ext. 5832 Fax: ..................................................................... (828) 251-0585 Website:................................................. www.citizen-times.com E-mail:....................................... BBerghau@CITIZEN-TIMES.com . .................................................... KJarrett@CITIZEN-TIMES.com

BC SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:........................ Seth Montgomery*

Primary Contact:.Football, Volleyball, Men’s Basketball, Baseball, Golf, Tennis, Cycling

Sport Information Assistant:.................................Sean Hostetter Primary Contact:....Soccer, Cross Country, Women’s Basketball, Softball, Track & Field

Address:.................................Brevard College Sport Information . ......................................................... One Brevard College Drive . .......................................................................Brevard NC 28712

BCTornados.com The most complete and up-to-date information regarding Brevard College Tornados athletics is available on the Internet at BCTornados.com. The site includes official sports information content such as news, scores and statistics, in-game statistics and more. Log on today!

Office Phone:....................................................... (828) 884-8288 SID Cell Phone:.................................................... (828) 582-8407 Fax:...................................................................... (828) 884-8274 Press Box Phone: ................................................ (828) 582-8407

Email:..................................................... montgosj@brevard.edu . ..............................................................hostetsm@brevard.edu Office Phone:....................................................... (828) 884-8288 . ............................ * indicates primary men’s basketball contact

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BC Baseball Coaching Staff

Matt McCay Head Coach * Hitting/Catching Coach

UNC-Chapel Hill, 2006 * First year at Brevard (4th year coaching)

Coach Matt McCay joined the Brevard College Baseball staff as the head coach in the summer of 2010, coming to the program after serving as an assistant coach for the Tarheels for three years, where he assisted in all areas of the UNC program, but worked specifically with the hitters and catchers.

In addition to his on-field work, McCay worked closely with the Tar Heels’ strength and conditioning program and with the team’s nutritionist regarding all team meals. He also assisted with on-campus recruiting and other administrative duties.

McCay was an instrumental part of Carolina’s run to the 2008 and 2009 College World Series and he has worked with a pair of catchers that were selected in the first seven rounds of the Major League Baseball Draft Tim Federowicz and Mark Fleury - over the past two seasons. In the summer of 2008, McCay skippered the Thomasville Hi-Toms to the Coastal Plain League Petitt Cup Tournament title. Prior to joining the UNC staff, McCay worked as an assistant coach at his alma mater, Hillsborough’s Orange High School, for seven seasons and spent the summer of 2007 working as a coach and instructor at the Impact Baseball showcase camps and with Dirtbag Baseball, an elite North Carolina-based travel team. McCay graduated from Carolina in December 2006 with a degree in exercise and sport science after playing six years of independent league professional baseball. McCay played the 2000-03 seasons with the Chillicothe (Ohio) Paints of the Frontier League. He was a threetime all-star selection, earned a spot on the organization’s all-time team and was named the team’s MVP in 2003. He ranks as the Paints’ record holder in both career and single-season hits (2002). Before returning to Chapel Hill to finish his degree, McCay played the 2004 and 2005 seasons with the Northern League’s Joliet (Illinois) Jackhammers. McCay played for Fox for two seasons at North Carolina Wesleyan (1997-98) before joining him in Chapel Hill for the 1999 and 2000 campaigns. In two seasons at Carolina, McCay hit .297 with seven home runs and 78 RBI in 119 games as an outfielder. While at Wesleyan, he was a second-team NCAA Division III All-America and also earned all-region and allconference honors in 1998 when he hit .441 with 10 homers and 60 RBI. McCay also led the team in hitting as a freshman with a .391 average. Coach McCay and his wife Julie reside in Brevard, N.C., with their daughter, Ella.

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BC Baseball Coaching Staff

Kevin Allingham Assistant Coach/JV Coach * Pitching Coach

Va. Commonwealth, 2002 * First year at Brevard (10th year coaching)

Coach Allingham will help out the Brevard College baseball program and Coach McCay by serving as the recruiting coordinator, pitching coach, scheduling director and will assist in summer placement and grounds management. Coach Allingham will also serve as the Tornados Head JV Baseball Coach.

Coach Allingham comes to the Tornados, having served as an assistant baseball coach at Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C. since 2002, where he was the Head JV Coach, while also serving as the pitching coach and coordinating recruiting efforts for the Monarchs. He also assisted the head coach with administrative duties, travel, all phases of camps. Prior to Methodist, Coach Allingham served as the baseball administrative assistant from 2001-2002 at Virginia Commonwealth University where he organized and promoted camps, assisted with travel coordination, organized scouting and game charts and completed NCAA compliance paperwork. Coach Allingham also spent four years at Catawba College as a baseball undergraduate assistant coach from 1997-2001 where he coached first base, helped design and run practice and worked with the outfielders. Allingham also helped the Indians by soliciting meal and game sponsors, scheduling games, recruiting, organizing scouting charts and designing and administering strength and conditioning programs. Coach Allingham also served two years as an assistant coach with various programs in the Coastal Plain Summer Collegiate Wood Bat League, where he coached first base, positioned defense and assisted with game management. In addition to his work as a coach, Allingham also served as a staff members at various baseball camps held in various locations, including Florida State, Clemson, Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, North Carolina State, Duke, Old Dominion, Appalachian State, Virginia Wesleyan, Pfeiffer and Eastern Connecticut State. Coach Allingham graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree from Catawba College and earned his Masters’ degree in Sports Leadership from Virginia Commonwealth University.

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BC Baseball Coaching Staff

Sean Walsh Assistant Coach * Hitting Coach

N.C. State, 2003 * First year at Brevard (3rd year coaching) Coach Walsh will help out the Brevard College baseball program and Coach McCay by primarily serving as the hitting coach in helping to direct the team offense. Coach Walsh will also be in charge of the infield defense, while managing team defensive positioning. He will also serve as the director of team travel.

Prior to coming to Brevard, Coach Walsh served as the Head Baseball Coach of the Carolina Naturals based in Durham, N.C. where he coached high school players aspiring to play college baseball with a focus on skill development. Walsh worked from 2007-2008 with M.V.P. Baseball in Raleigh, N.C., serving as Assistant Baseball Coach where he coached the Showcase team, working primarily with players on hitting and fielding. Before his coaching career, Walsh was drafted in the 47th round of the 2001 Major League Baseball draft by the Philadelphia Phillies and spent four years in the Phillies program playing in the minor leagues from levels of Low-A to Double A, where he spent time on the field as an infielder, outfielder and catcher. Walsh was also named the Organizational Player of the Month for June of 2003. Walsh also played for the Fullerton Flyers in the Golden League in 2005 where he was a Golden League All-Star and Gold Glove Award Winner at Third Base, while finishing second in the league with a .357 batting average. In 2006, he played with the Winnipeg Goldeyes of the Northern League where he was a Northern League All-Star. Walsh played two years at North Carolina State University where he played shortstop and third base for the Wolfpack, being named to the Atlantic Coast Conference All-Tournament team in 2001. Prior to N.C. State, Walsh played at Radford University where he was on the Big South All-Conference team in 2000 as a member of the Highlanders. In addition to his playing career, Coach Walsh also was influential in organizing and facilitating a travel team tournament to help raise money for the American Cancer Society in 2009 and participated in the D.A.R.E Child Mentoring program in 2003.

Seth Williams

Assistant Coach * Strength/Conditioning Coach UNC-Chapel Hill, 2008 * First year at Brevard (1st year coaching)

Coach Williams will help out the Brevard College baseball program and Coach McCay by serving as the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the program. He will also be in charge of outfield play and positioning, offensive instruction, base-running and will assist in summer placement.

Coach Williams spent the past three years playing in the New York Mets organization, having been drafted by the Mets in June of 2008. Williams played for the Kingsport Mets Rookie League and Brooklyn Cyclones Class A teams in 2008 and played for the St. Lucie Mets in the Florida State League Advanced A League in 2009 and the Spring of 2010, before being called up to play for the Binghamton Mets AA team in 2010.

Prior to his professional baseball career, Coach Williams was a four-year letter winner at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, being named a Freshman All American, while setting the new freshman home run record with 13 home runs. Coach Williams was also a member of the UNC Regional and Super Regional Champions in 2006, 2007 and 2008 and was a college World Series Finalist in 2006 and 2007. He also received a number of honors based on his statistics throughout his storied collegiate career, as well as summer baseball league play. Among other related experience Coach Williams has had, includes being a member of Athletes in Action, assisting in baseball camps, volunteering at numerous community events and participating in Community Service Activities sponsored by the Mets organization, including going to elementary schools to discuss the importance of living a healthy lifestyle with a consistent exercise regimen and a healthy diet. Coach Williams has eight years of experience in strength and conditioning and held the UNC weightlifting record in each of the four years in the baseball program.

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BC Baseball Roster

2011 BC Baseball Team

Top Row (L/R): Jacob White, Alex Bedenbaugh, Josh Case, Brennan Daniels, Randy O’Dell, Zack Simpson, Casey Burnette, Kevin Hamilton, Ethan Pressley, Casey Smith; Middle Row (L/R): Coach Matt McCay, Coach Sean Walsh, Tyler Parker, Jacob Koontz, Michael Bradley, Dustin Haithcox, Champ Stuart, Joseph Lepore, Will Bullock, Brett Brinson, McKenzie Queen, Christian Christopoulos, Coach Seth Williams, Coach Matt Allingham; Bottom Row (L/R): Alex Litaker, Kameron Armacost, Kramer Clark, Troy Hargis, Zak Beard, Derek Ham, Eric Renegar, Aaron Reese, Ron Patterson, James Pegram, Steele Myers. # 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 39

2011 Brevard College Baseball Roster

Name Pos. Ht. Champ Stuart OF/RHP 5-11 Ronald Patterson OF 5-9 Kramer Clark IF 5-9 Tyler Parker OF 6-0 Josh Case RHP 6-2 Kameron Armacost OF/RHP 6-0 James Pegram C 5-11 Derek Ham IF 5-10 Steele Myers IF/RHP 5-9 Jacob Koontz RHP 6-0 Joseph Lepore RHP 6-1 McKenzie Queen IF 6-0 Christian Christopoulos C/IF 6-1 Michael Bradley RHP 5-11 Will Bullock LHP 5-11 Dustin Haithcox LHP 5-11 Kevin Hamilton RHP 6-3 Zack Simpson LHP 6-4 Alex Bedenbaugh IF 6-2 Brennan Daniels RHP 6-3 Aaron Reese IF 5-10 Casey Burnette RHP 6-2 Randy O’Dell IF 6-2 Brett Brinson IF 6-0 Ethan Pressley OF/C/RHP 6-2 Zak Beard OF 5-7 Alexander Litaker RHP 5-10 Jacob White RHP 6-1 Casey Smith RHP 6-0 Zack Merriken C 6-0 Kody Miller LHP 5-9 Eric Renegar IF 5-9 Troy Hargis INF 5-6

Wt. 175 190 180 170 165 165 175 160 185 170 190 180 180 155 155 185 185 205 165 215 180 185 215 205 205 165 185 170 170 255 165 160 170

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

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

Head Coach: Matt McCay (UNC-Chapel Hill, 2006) Assistant Coach/Head JV Coach: Kevin Allingham Assistant Coach/Hitting Coach: Sean Walsh Assistant Coach/Strength & Conditioning: Seth Williams

Hometown/Previous School Freeport, BAHAMAS/Christ School Gloversville, N.Y./Herkimer CC Candler, N.C./Gardner-Webb Univ. Charlotte, N.C./South Mecklenburg HS Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell HS Littlestown, Pa./Hagerstown CC Pawleys Island, S.C./Winthrop Univ. Charlotte, N.C./Ardrey Kell HS Chapel Hill, N.C./VMI Woodleaf, N.C./West Rowan HS Beverly Hills, Fla./Lecanto HS Cullowhee, N.C./Smoky Mountain HS Raleigh, N.C./St. Peter’s College Brevard, N.C./Brevard HS Stem, N.C./South Granville HS Asheboro, N.C./Eastern Randolph HS Kannapolis, N.C./NW Cabarrus HS Salisbury, N.C./West Rowan HS Prosperity, S.C./Mid-Carolina HS Statesville, N.C./Statesville HS Black Mountain, N.C./Owen HS Franklin, N.C./Franklin HS Durham, N.C./Lenoir CC Albemarle, N.C./West Stanley HS Fletcher, N.C./North Henderson HS Etowah, N.C./West Henderson HS Salisbury, N.C./East Rowan HS Elkin, N.C./Surry Central HS Kernersville, N.C./Pfeiffer University Hudson, N.C./Catawba Valley CC Lebanon, Va./Lebanon HS Stuart, Va./Patrick County HS Durham, N.C./Durham Jordan HS

Alphabetical Roster

7 28 21 15 26 16 24 6 14 4 22 17 9 19 11 12 29 39 10 25 5 3 8 27 13 23 20 31 2 30

Kameron Armascost Zak Beard Alex Bedenbaugh Michael Bradley Brett Brinson Will Bullock Casey Burnette Josh Case

Christian Christopoulos

Kramer Clark Brennan Daniels Dustin Haithcox Derek Ham Kevin Hamilton Troy Hargis Jacob Koontz Joseph Lepore Alexander Litaker Zack Merrikan Kody Miller Steele Myers Randy O’Dell Tyler Parker Ronald Patterson James Pegram Ethan Pressley McKenzie Queen Aaron Reese Eric Renegar Zack Simpson Casey Smith Champ Stuart Jacob White

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Roster Breakdown

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United States of America

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Experience Breakdown

Breakdown by State

Senior 2 (Patterson, White) Redshirt-Junior 1 (Miller) Junior 9 (Clark, Aramacost, Myers, Koontz, Reese, Burnette, O’Dell, Smith, Merrikan) Redshirt-Sophomore 1 (Renegar) Sophomore 8 (Case, Ham, Christopoulos, Daniels,Brinson, Pressley, Litaker, Lepore) Redshirt-Freshman 2 (Bedenbaugh, Parker) Freshman 10 (Stuart, Beard, Queen, Bradley, Bullock, Haithcox, Hamilton, Pegram, Simpson, Hargis)

North Carolina 25 (Clark, Case, Beard, Ham, Myers, Koontz, Queen, Christopoulos, Bradley, Bullock, Haithcox, Hamilton, Daniels, Reese, Burnette, O’Dell, Brinson, Pressley, Litaker, White, Smith, Simpson, Parker, Hargis, Merrikan) South Carolina 2 (Bedenbaugh, Pegram) Virginia 2 (Miller, Case) Florida 1 (Lepore) New York 1 (Patterson) Pennsylvania 1 (Armacost)

Breakdown by Country U.S.A. Bahamas

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32 1 (Stuart)


BC Pictoral Baseball Roster

Kody Miller

Champ Stuart

Ron Patterson

Kramer Clark

Eric Renegar

Josh Case

Kameron Armacost

Zak Beard

Derek Ham

Steele Myers

Jacob Koontz

McKenzie Queen

Christian Christopoulos

Michael Bradley

Will Bullock

Dustin Haithcox

Brennan Daniels

Aaron Reese

Casey Burnette

Randy O’Dell

Brett Brinson

Ethan Pressley

James Pegram

Alex Litaker

Jacob White

Casey Smith

Zack Simpson

Joseph Lepore

Tyler Parker

Troy Hargis

Zack Merriken

Kevin Hamilton Alex Bedenbaugh

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2011 BC Baseball Season Preview Coach Matt McCay and the Brevard College baseball team know a series of challenges awaits them as they begin the 2011 baseball season, but the team and the coaching staff look to face those challenges head-on as the Tornados begin their third season as full members of the NCAA Division II and the South Atlantic Conference. The Tornados finished up the 2010 season with a 9-35 record, going 2-21 in South Atlantic Conference competition and finishing up 5-16 at home at Gil Coan Field. The Tornados did have several bright spots from last season, including a three game home winning streak and several series splits and will look to continue to develop on those wins as they prepare for the five game road trip that starts the 2011 year. With the roster turnover, competition is the theme of this year’s training camp as the battle for starting positions was fierce during both the fall practices and early this spring, with many newcomers seeking to establish their places in the Brevard lineup.

Jacob White winds up and fires to the plate in the Tornados preseason camp

On the mound, Coach McCay looks to begin the season with several talented men competing for starting spots, including senior right hander Jacob White and sophomore righty Brennan Daniels. White and Daniels combined for 21 starts and 29 appearances on the rubber last season and return as the veteran leaders on the mound. Also projected to be in the starting rotation are Pfeiffer University transfer Casey Smith and freshman left-hander, Zack Simpson, while returners Jacob Koontz, Joseph Lepore and others may also work themselves into the rotation with quality outings at the beginning of the season. Smith joins the Tornados after appearing in 13 games on the mound for the Falcons, throwing 16.1 innings in relief for Pfeiffer last season and is ready to make the next step in his development, while Simpson, a West Rowan High School graduate, was an AllConference and All-County selection and was a two-time State Games participant in high school and will provide balance to the righthanded heavy Brevard pitching staff. A trio of transfers will be setting up camp behind the plate this season to call the games for Brevard this year as junior Zack Merriken, sophomore Christian Christopoulos and freshman James Pegram will battle for playing time. All three catchers will have a big role in the Tornados success this season and take pride in working with the pitching staff and running the team defense. Merriken comes to the Tornados from Catawba Valley Community College, where he appeared in 49 games with the Buccaneers, recording a .352 batting average while hitting six home runs. Christopoulos transferred to Brevard from St. Peter’s College in New Jersey, where he appeared in 33 games with the Peacocks, while Pegram came to Brevard from Winthrop University and was a high school standout at Waccamaw High School in Pawleys Island, S.C., where he was an All-Region performer.

Around the infield, Randy O’Dell and Alex Bedenbaugh will look at potentially sharing time at first base. O’Dell, a transfer from Lenoir Community College, recorded a .481 batting average in 25 games with the Lancers last season and is expected to provide a solid bat as well as good defense around first, while Bedenbaugh, a 2010 BC redshirt, returns to the squad and was an All-Region performer at Mid-Carolina High School.

Competition is the name of the game the rest of the way around the diamond as several players on the team showcase the athletic ability to help Brevard at multiple positions on the field and make an impact on the 2011 roster.

Juniors Kramer Clark, Steele Myers and Aaron Reese, sophomores Derek Ham and Christopoulos and freshman McKenzie Queen are all expected to have opportunities to showcase their skills in the middle infield this season, with Clark, Ham, Reese, Queen and Christopoulos all expecting to challenge for playing time at second base, while Steele and Ham will look to challenge for the starting shortstop position.

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Alex Bedenbaugh makes solid contact during a combination hitting/infield drill


2011 BC Baseball Season Preview

Clark returns having hit .318 in his sophomore year with the Tornados, bringing a consistent bat to the top-half of the Brevard lineup last season, finishing third on the team with 50 hits. Ham also provided a good stick for the Tornados, hitting .341 in his first year in collegiate baseball, while also flashing the leather in recording a .972 fielding percentage in 22 games’ action. Reese looks to provide leadership, as the junior is also a quarterback on the BC football team, while Queen provides a left-handed bat and was an All-Conference selection at Smoky Mountain High School.

Myers, a transfer from Division I Virginia Military Institute, appeared in 50 games over two years with the Keydets and stood out in the VMI lineup last season, hitting .288, while providing a solid glove in the field.

Third base will also receive its fair share of competition as well as sophomore Brett Brinson will be joined by Reese, Clark, Queen and Christopoulos in fighting for the starting position. Brinson played in 19 games last season for the Tornados, hitting .333 while driving in seven runs and had a .939 fielding percentage and will look to improve in all categories as he begins his second season with Brevard.

Ron Patterson tracks down a fly ball in the outfield during preseason activities

Around the outfield, athleticism and speed reign in what Coach McCay calls one of Brevard’s strongest assets this season as returners Ron Patterson and Tyler Parker will duke it out with newcomers Kameron Armacost, Ethan Pressley, Zak Beard and Champ Stuart. Patterson started all 43 games in centerfield for the Tornados last season, and the senior finished the season as one of the Tornados top defenders, while also providing steady offense in scoring 21 runs. Parker also returns after redshirting in 2010 and has shown versatility among the outfield positions, potentially seeing time at all three this season. Armacost transferred in from Hagerstown Community College, where the Littlestown, Pa. native appeared in 81 games for the Hawks, hitting .292, while driving in 14 runs, while Pressley comes in with impressive credentials, as the sophomore was a three-time All-WAC selection with the North Henderson High School Knigths. Freshmen Beard and Stuart will also challenge for playing time with Beard joining the Tornados from West Henderson High School, while Stuart was an All-Conference and All-State performer at Christ School. Late in the game, Coach McCay will look to turn the ball over to the revamped Tornados bullpen, led by veterans Koontz, Lepore, Alex Litaker, Casey Burnette and Josh Case, as well as newcomers Michael Bradley, Kevin Hamilton, Will Bullock and Dustin Haithcox. Koontz led the Tornados with 22 appearances last season, pitching 40 innings and striking out 31, while Lepore, Litaker, Burnette and Case combined for 33 appearances for Brevard, including 15 in conference play and recorded three of Brevard’s nine victories last season. White also has seen time in the bullpen and could also help the Tornados in the late innings. Right-handers Bradley and Hamilton both possess live arms, with Bradley coming in having received the Brevard High School MVP honor in his junior and senior seasons, while Hamilton finished his high school career as the Northwest Cabarrus High School all-time career saves leader. Lefties Bullock and Haithcox will provide balance to the pitching staff, with Bullock having played on the MVP National team and was a participant in the Disney Classic, while Haithcox was an All-Conference and All-County selection with the Eastern Randolph High School Wildcats. The Tornados begin the 2011 season on February 5th as they open the season on the road in a neutral game doubleheader against the St. Andrews Presbyterian Knights.

Derek Ham relays the ball back into the pitcher during a fielding drill after a play at second base 13


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Jacob White #30 * Pitcher R/R * 6-1 * 170 * Sr. Elkin, N.C. (Surry Central High School) 2010 (Junior): Made 16 appearances on the mound, with a team-high 11 starts in recording a 0-10 record...Pitched a team-high 51.0 innings with a 9.35 earned run average...Had 42 strikeouts and 25 walks... Opponents batted .363 against White in 2010...Made nine appearances and eight starts in South Atlantic Conference play on the season, including throwing a complete game on March 6th against Lincoln Memorial...Went 0-6 in conference play, pitching a team-high 39.2 innings with an 8.39 earned run average...Had 31 strikeouts against 19 walks...SAC opponents hit .346 against White...Recorded his best game of the season on Feb. 19 in conference play against Mars Hill where he pitched seven innings, giving up four runs, one earned, while striking out three.

the season came on March 22nd against Newberry College, where he held the scarlet and gray to three hits in 2.1 innings, while striking out two. Personal: From Elkin, N.C....Graduated from Surry Central High School...Born Jacob Gray White...Son of Ricky and Kathy White...Business Major. Career Highs Innings: 7.1 vs King, Feb. 24, 2009 Long Start: 7.1 vs King, Feb. 24, 2009 Short Start: 1.0 at North Greenville, Apr. 2, 2010 Long Relief: 5.2 at Carson-Newman, Mar. 29, 2008 Hits Allowed: 11 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 Strikeouts: 7 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 6, 2010 Walks: 4, twice Runs Allowed: 9, four times Earned Runs Allowed: 9 at Newberry, Apr. 17, 2010

2009 (Sophomore): Made 16 appearances on the mound, with three starts in recording a 1-4 record… Pitched 47 innings with a 7.28 earned run average… Had 32 strikeouts and 20 walks…Opponents batted .328 against White...Made seven relief appearances in South Atlantic Conference play on the season...Did not record a decision in conference play, pitching 16.2 innings with a 9.72 earned run average...Recorded 10 strikeouts to eight walks...Conference batters hit .365 against White...Recorded his best pitching performance of the season in relief against CarsonNewman on April 4th, throwing 5.1 innings against the Eagles, allowing one earned run and two runs total on five hits, while striking out two. 2008 (Freshman): Started one game in his freshman campaign and made 10 relief appearances in recording a 0-2 record for the season...Threw 31 1/3 innings for the Tornados with a 5.17 ERA... Recorded 21 strikeouts against 12 walks...Opponents had a .306 batting average against White...Did not play a conference schedule...Best performance of

14

Jacob White’s Career Stats Year

ERA G/GS W-L

SV CG SHO

IP

H

R

ER BB K

2008 5.17 11/1

0-2

-

-

-

31.1 41

26

18

12 21

2009 7.28 16/3

1-4

-

-

-

47.0 64

40

38

20 32

71

53

25 42

2010 9.35 16/11 0-10

-

1

-

51.0 89

Career 7.59 43/15 1-16

-

1

-

129.1 194 137 109 57 95


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Ron Patterson #3 * Outfielder R/R * 5-9 * 180 * Sr. Gloversville, N.Y. (Herkimer Comm. College) 2010 (Junior): 2010 BC Defensive Player of the Year... Hit .236 in 2010 as a junior, finishing with 34 hits in 144 at bats...Recorded six doubles, one triple and one home run...Scored 21 runs and had 17 RBIs...Was a perfect five for five on stolen base attempts...Had a .971 fielding percentage, recording three errors in 103 chances in the field...Opened up the 2010 season with a 13-game hitting streak started on February 10th at Anderson where he went 1-2 against the Trojans and ending on March 9th at home against the Indiana University of Pennsylvania...During the streak, Patterson had three multi-hit games, including a season-high three on March 7th against Lincoln Memorial...Finished the season with six multi-hit games...Had a streak of four consecutive games with RBIs, started on March 6th against Lincoln Memorial and ended on March 9th against Indiana University of

Pennsylvania...Recorded multiple RBIs in three games on the season (Feb. 20 vs Mars Hill, Mar. 9 vs. IUP, Mar. 14 at Lenoir-Rhyne)...Had a streak of four consecutive games with runs scored, starting on March 7th against Lincoln Memorial and ending on March 10th against Anderson...Scored multiple runs in three games on the season (Mar. 9 vs IUP, Mar. 9 vs IUP, Mar. 24 at Virginia Intermont)...Hit .224 in conference play with 19 hits in 85 at-bats...Started in all 24 games in centerfield for the Tornados in conference play...Recorded three doubles and a home run...Drove in 10 runs while scoring eight...Was a perfect 1-1 in stolen base attempts...Recorded a .966 fielding percentage, recording 56 put-outs, one assist and two errors in 59 chances. Personal: From Gloversville, N.Y....Graduated from Gloversville High School...Transferred from Herkimer County Community College...Son of Kathy Litzinger and Ronald Patterson. Career Highs Hits: 3 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 7, 2010 Runs: 2, three times Doubles: 1, six times Triples: 1 vs Indiana Univ. of Penn., Mar. 9, 2010 Home Runs: 1 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 6, 2010 RBIs: 2, three times Walks: 2, two times Stolen Bases: 2 vs Milligan, Mar. 16, 2010 Hit Streak: 12 games (Feb. 10, 2010 - Mar. 9, 2010) Ron Patterson’s Career Stats Year

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

2010 .236 43/43 144 21 34

6

1

1

17

45

13

22 5

Career .236 43/43 144 21 34

6

1

1

17

45

13

22 5

15


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Kramer Clark

Jacob Koontz

#4 * Infielder

#11 * Pitcher

R/R * 5-9 * 180 * Jr.

R/R * 6-0 * 170 * Jr.

Candler, N.C.

Woodleaf, N.C.

(Gardner-Webb University)

(West Rowan High School)

2010 (Sophomore): Finished the season with a .318 batting average, with 50 hits in 157 at-bats...Was third on the team with 11 doubles and had four home runs...Scored 27 runs and drove in 27 RBIs...Was one for three in stolen base attempts on the season...Had a fielding percentage of .896, recording 19 errors in 182 chances...Had an 11 game hitting streak, starting on February 20th against Mars Hill and ending on March 10th against Anderson...During the streak, Clark had eigh consecutive multi-hit games, including three hits in all three games against Lincoln Memorial...Finished the season with 16 multi-hit games...Had a streak of three consecutive games with RBIs, starting on March 7th against Lincoln Memorial and ending on March 9th against IUP...Recorded multiple RBIs in seven games on the season...Had a streak of six consecutive games with runs scored, starting on March 6th against LMU and ending on March 10th against Anderson...Scored multiple runs in five games on the season...Started all 24 conference games in 2010...Recorded 30 hits in 93 at-bats for a .323 batting average...Recorded six doubles and four home runs...Drove in 16 runs, while scoring 14...Was thrown out in both stolen base attempts...Recorded a .897 fielding percentage, recording 49 put-outs, 56 assists and 12 errors in 117 chances.

2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in a team-high 22 games with two starts, on the mound for the Tornados on the season, recording an 0-3 record...Pitched 40.0 innings with an 8.77 earned run average...Had 31 strikeouts and 21 walks on the season... Opponents batted .372 against Koontz in 2010...Went 0-2 in 13 appearances in conference play, pitching 16.1 innings of relief... Had a 9.92 earned run average in the SAC...Struck out 13 batters while walking 11...Opponents hit .407 in 81 at-bats against Koontz in conference play.

Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

Career Highs Innings: 6.0 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010 Long Start: 6.0 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010 Short Start: 3.2 vs Indiana Univ. of Penn., Mar. 9, 2010 Long Relief: 4.2 vs Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 22, 2009 Hits Allowed: 13 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010 Strikeouts: 5 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010 Walks: 4 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010 Runs Allowed: 8 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010 Earned Runs Allowed: 8 vs Erskine, Mar. 23, 2010

3, six times 3, two times 2, two times N/A 1, four times 3, two times 1, 12 times 1 at Anderson, Feb. 10, 2010 11 games (Feb. 20, 2010 - Mar. 10, 2010)

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

2010 .318 42/42 157 27 50

11

-

4

27

73

12

23 1

Career .318 42/42 157 27 50

11

-

4

27

73

12

23 1

16

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

Personal: From Woodleaf, N.C....Graduated from West Rowan High School...Son of Terry Koontz and Susi Kraemer...Business and Organizational Leadership major.

Jacob Koontz’s Career Stats

Kramer Clark’s Career Stats Year

2009 (Freshman): Appeared in eight games on the mound for the Tornados in relief without recording a decision…Pitched 12.1 innings with a 6.57 earned run average…Had five strikeouts and six walks…Opponents batted .352 against Koontz...Went 0-0 in five relief appearances in conference play, pitching 10.0 innings of relief...Had a 7.20 earned run average in the SAC...Struck out five batters while walking four...Opponents hit .364 in 44 at-bats against Koontz in conference play.

Year

ERA G/GS W-L

2009 6.57

8/0

0-0

SV CG SHO -

-

-

IP

H

R

ER BB K

12.1 19

17

9

6

5

2010 8.77 22/2

0-3

1

-

-

40.0 70

55

39

21 31

Career 8.29 30/2

0-3

1

-

-

52.1 89

72

48

27 36


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Joseph Lepore

Aaron Reese

#12 * Pitcher

#23 * Infielder

R/R * 6-1 * 190 * So.

R/R * 5-10 * 180 * Jr.

Beverly Hills, Fla.

Black Mountain, N.C.

(Lecanto High School)

(Owen High School)

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 14 games, with six starts on the mound, while accumulating a 2-3 record on the season...Added a save on March 16th against Milligan...Pitched 39.1 innings with a 10.98 earned run average...Had eight strikeouts and 17 walks... Opponents batted .413 against Lepore in 2010...Went 0-0 in conference play, making five relief appearances and pitching 11.2 innings...Had a 6.94 earned run average in the SAC, giving up 12 runs, nine earned, while allowing 19 hits...Struck out one batter, while walking five...Conference opponents hit .380 in 50 at-bats against Lepore. Career Highs Innings: 7.0 vs Anderson, Mar. 10, 2010 Long Start: 7.0 vs Anderson, Mar. 10, 2010 Short Start: 1.1 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010 Long Relief: 3.0, three times Hits Allowed: 10 at Virginia Intermont, Mar. 24, 2010 Strikeouts: 2, two times Walks: 2, seven times Runs Allowed: 8 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010 Earned Runs Allowed: 8 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010

2010 (Sophomore): Played in two games on the season, recording a walk and a stolen base. High School: Came to Brevard from Owen High School, where he played under Coach Anthony Lee. A two-time All-Conference selection, Reese was named the 2008 Defensive Player of the Year. In addition to baseball, Reese played on the football team at Owen HS, earning multiple laurels, including Team MVP, Special Teams Player of the Year (2x) and the Owen Male Athlete of the Year. Personal: From Bradenton, Fla....Graduated from Owen High School...Son of Tracy Reese and Dana Tisdale. Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

Joseph Lepore’s Career Stats Year

ERA G/GS W-L

SV CG SHO

IP

H

N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 1 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 7, 2010 1 vs Indiana Univ. of Penn, Mar. 9, 2010 N/A

Aaron Reese’s Career Stats R

ER BB K

Year

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

2010 10.98 14/6

2-3

1

-

-

39.1 74

53

48

17 8

2010 .000

2/0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

1

Career 10.98 14/6

2-3

1

-

-

39.1 74

53

48

17 8

Career .000

2/0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

1

-

1

17


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Casey Burnette

Josh Case

#24 * Pitcher

#6 * Pitcher

R/R * 6-3 * 185 * Jr.

R/R * 6-2 * 165 * So.

Franklin, N.C.

Charlotte, N.C.

(Franklin High School)

(Ardrey Kell High School)

2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in eight games with one start for the Tornados, recording an 0-1 record...Pitched 10.1 innings on the mound with a 14.81 earned run average...Had 10 strikeouts and 12 walks...Opponents batted .356 in 2010 against Burnette... Went 0-1 in conference play, pitching 8.2 innings in relief...Had a 16.88 earned run average in the SAC, giving up 17 runs, 15 earned, while allowing 13 hits...Struck out eight while walking 10...Conference opponents hit .371 in 35 at-bats against Burnette. 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in one game for the Tornados in relief, without recording a decision…Pitched one inning...Went 0-0 in conference play, pitching 1.0 innings in relief...Had a 0.00 earned run average in the SAC...Conference opponents hit .400 in five at-bats against Burnette. Personal: From Franklin, N.C....Graduated from Franklin High School...Son of Ted and Ruth Burnette...Exercise Science Major. Career Highs Innings: Long Start: Short Start: Long Relief: Hits Allowed: Strikeouts: Walks: Runs Allowed: Earned Runs Allowed:

3.1 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 3.1 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 3.1 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 2.1 at Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 13, 2010 6 at Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 13, 2010 4 at Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 13, 2010 5 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 7 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 7 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010

ERA G/GS W-L

2009 0.00

1/0

0-0

SV CG SHO -

-

-

IP

H

R

1.0

2

-

ER BB K -

-

-

2010 14.81 8/1

0-1

-

-

-

10.1 16

19

17

12 10

Career 13.50 9/1

0-1

-

-

-

11.1 18

19

17

12 10

18

Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

2 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 7, 2010 2 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 7, 2010 1 at Tusculum, Feb. 27, 2010 N/A N/A 2 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 7, 2010 1, two times N/A 1, four times

Innings: Long Start: Short Start: Long Relief: Hits Allowed: Strikeouts: Walks: Runs Allowed: Earned Runs Allowed:

3.2 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 N/A N/A 3.2 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 5 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 5 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010 5 at Catawba, Apr. 10, 2010 5 at Catawba, Apr. 10, 2010 5 at Catawba, Apr. 10, 2010

Josh Case’s Career Stats

Casey Burnette’s Career Stats Year

2010 (Freshman): Finished with a .125 batting average with five hits in 40 at-bats...Recorded one double...Scored three runs while driving in five RBIs...Had a fielding percentage of .838, with six errors in 37 chances...Appeared in 11 conference games, starting eight...Recorded three hits in 23 at-bats for a .174 batting average...Recorded one double...Drove in four runs while scoring three...Recorded a .762 fielding percentage, recording four put-outs, 12 assists and five errors in 21 chances...Appeared in 10 games on the mound, all in relief, while recording a 1-2 record, with one save...Pitched in 15.2 innings with a 9.77 earned run average...Had 11 strikeouts and 11 walks...Opponents hit .365 against Case in 2010...Went 0-2 in conference play, pitching 8.2 innings in relief in five appearances...Had a 9.35 earned run average in the SAC...Conference opponents hit .333 in 36 atbats...Struck out two, while allowing 10 walks.

Year ERA G/GS W-L 2010 9.77 10/0 1-2 Career 9.77 10/0 1-2 Year AVG G/GS AB 2010 .125 19/13 40 Career .125 19/13 40

SV CG SHO IP H 1 - - 15.2 23 1 - - 15.2 23

R 3 3

H 5 5

R ER BB K 21 17 11 11 21 17 11 11

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB K SB 1 - - 5 6 2 13 1 - - 5 6 2 13 -


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Derek Ham

Brennan Daniels

#9 * Infielder

#22 * Pitcher

R/R * 5-10 * 160 * So.

R/R * 6-3 * 215 * So.

Charlotte, N.C.

Statesville, N.C.

(Ardrey Kell High School)

(Statesville High School)

2010 (Freshman): Finished the season with a .341 batting average, with 14 hits in 41 at-bats...Scored seven runs while driving in seven RBIs...Was a perfect two for two in stolen base attempts...Had a fielding percentage of .972, with one error in 36 chances...Recorded a seven game hitting streak, starting on April 9th at Catawba and ending on April 17th at Newberry...Finished the season with four multi-hit games on the season...Had a streak with four consecutive games with an RBI, starting on April 10th at Catawba and ending on April 16th at Newberry...Played in 12 and started six conference games in 2010...Recorded seven hits in 24 at-bats for a .292 batting average...Drove in four runs, while scoring three...Was successful in his only stolen base attempt in conference play...Had a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in conference play, recording 14 put-outs and three assists in 17 chances. High School: Played at Ardrey Kell High School under Coach Hal Bagwell...While with the Knights, Ham was a member of the 2009 NCHSAA 4A State Championship team. In addition to playing baseball, Ham was also a member of the Ardrey Kell football team. Personal: From Charlotte, N.C....Graduated from Ardrey Kell High School...Son of Bruce and Jeri Marko. Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

2, four times 1, seven times N/A N/A N/A 2 at Newberry, Apr. 16, 2010 N/A 1, two times Seven games (Apr. 9, 2010 - Apr. 17, 2010)

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in 13 games, with 10 starts on the season, finishing with a 2-6 record and one save...Pitched 50.2 innings with a 7.99 earned run average...Had 21 strikeouts and 29 walks...Opponents batted .378 against Daniels in 2010... Went 0-4 in conference play, starting six games and pitching 30.1 innings...Had an 8.01 earned run average in the SAC, giving up 32 runs, 27 earned, while allowing 52 hits...Struck out 15, while walking 16...Conference opponents hit .385 against Daniels in 135 at-bats. Off the field, Daniels made the SAC Honor Roll. High School: Daniels came to Brevard after graduating from Statesville Senior High School, where he played under Coach Chad Parker. During his senior year, Daniels received the Coaches Award in baseball. Personal: From Statesville, N.C....Graduated from Statesville Senior High School...Son of Mike and Jennie Daniels. Career Highs Innings: Long Start: Short Start: Long Relief: Hits Allowed: Strikeouts: Walks: Runs Allowed: Earned Runs Allowed:

Derek Ham’s Career Stats Year

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

7.2 vs Wingate, Mar. 19, 2010 7.2 vs Wingate, Mar. 19, 2010 1.2 at Milligan, Mar. 31, 2010 2.0 vs Anderson, Mar. 10, 2010 13 vs Lincoln Memorial, Mar. 6, 2010 4 vs Virginia Intermont, Apr. 7, 2010 5, two times 10 at Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 14, 2010 6, three times

Brennan Daniels’ Career Stats

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

Year

ERA G/GS W-L

SV CG SHO

IP

H

R

ER BB K

2010 .341 22/12 41

7

14

-

-

-

7

14

-

2

2

2010 7.99 13/10 2-6

1

-

-

50.2 84

58

45

29 21

Career .341 22/12 41

7

14

-

-

-

7

14

-

2

2

Career 7.99 13/10 2-6

1

-

-

50.2 84

58

45

29 21

19


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Brett Brinson

Alex Litaker

#26 * Infielder

#29 * Pitcher

R/R * 6-0 * 205 * So.

R/R * 5-10 * 185 * So.

Albemarle, N.C.

Salisbury, N.C.

(West Stanley High School)

(East Rowan High School)

2010 (Freshman): Finished with a .238 batting average, with 10 hits in 42 at-bats...Recorded four doubles...Scored four runs and drove in seven RBIs...Had a fielding percentage of .939, with two errors in 33 chances...Had a three game hitting streak, starting on March 13th at Lenoir-Rhyne and ending on March 24th at Virginia Intermont...Recorded three multi-hit games on the season...Had two multi RBI games on the season...Played in 11 and started seven conference games in 2010...Recorded seven hits in 27 at-bats for a .259 batting average...Recorded two doubles...Drove in two runs, while scoring twice...Recorded a .944 fielding percentage, with five put-outs, 12 assists and one error in 18 chances.

2010 (Freshman): Appeared in one game on the mound on the season, without recording a decision...Opponents batted 1.000 against Litaker in 2010.

Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

Personal: From Salisbury, N.C....Graduated from East Rowan High School...Son of Dale and Julie Litaker.

2, three times 1, four times 1, four times N/A N/A 2, two times 2 at Virginia Intermont, Mar. 24, 2010 N/A Three games (Mar. 13, 2010 - Mar. 24, 2010)

High School: Played at East Rowan High School under Coach Brian Hightower...Also competed on the wrestling team in high school. Off the field, Litaker was a member of the National Honor Society.

Career Highs Innings: Long Start: Short Start: Long Relief: Hits Allowed: Strikeouts: Walks: Runs Allowed: Earned Runs Allowed:

Brett Brinson’s Career Stats Year

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

0.0 at King, Apr. 20, 2010 N/A N/A 0.0 at King, Apr. 20, 2010 1 at King, Apr. 20, 2010 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Alex Litaker’s Career Stats

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

Year

ERA G/GS W-L

SV CG SHO

IP

H

R

ER BB K

2010 .238 19/11 42

4

10

4

-

-

7

14

5

13 -

2010 0.00

1/0

0-0

-

-

-

0.0

1

-

-

-

-

Career .238 19/11 42

4

10

4

-

-

7

14

5

13 -

Career 0.00

1/0

0-0

-

-

-

0.0

1

-

-

-

-

20


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Kody Miller

Eric Renegar

Redshirt * Pitcher

Redshirt * Infielder

L/L * 5-9 * 165 * Jr.

L/R * 5-9 * 160 * R-So.

Lebanon, Va.

Stuart, Va.

(Lebanon High School)

(Patrick County High School) 2011 (Sophomore): Will redshirt this season.

2011 (Junior): Will redshirt this season. 2010 (Sophomore): Appeared in six games on the mound for the Tornados in relief, without recording a decision...Pitched 6.0 innings with a 10.50 earned run average...Had three strikeouts against six walks...Opponents batted .452 against Miller...Went 0-0 in four appearances in conference play, pitching 4.1 innings of relief...Had a 6.23 earned run average in the SAC, giving up seven runs, three earned while allowing nine hits...Struck out three batters while walking four...Opponents hit .375 in 24 atbats against Miller in conference play. 2009 (Freshman): Appeared in four games on the mound for the Tornados in relief, without recording a decision…Pitched 1.2 innings with a 37.80 earned run average…Had two strikeouts and two walks…Opponents batted .545 against Miller...Appeared in two conference games on the season, throwing 0.2 innings in relief...Had a 94.50 earned run average in the SAC, giving up seven runs, all earned, while allowing six hits...Struck out two batters, while walking two...Conference opponents hit.750 in eight at-bats against Miller in 2009. Personal: From Lebanon, Va....Graduated from Lebanon High School...Son of Kim and Kirby Miller...Exercise Science Major. Career Highs Innings: Long Start: Short Start: Long Relief: Hits Allowed: Strikeouts: Walks: Runs Allowed: Earned Runs Allowed:

2010 (Freshman): Finished with a .313 batting average in 2010, with 51 hits in 163 at-bats...Had 10 doubles, one triple and two home runs...Scored 31 runs and drove in 16 RBIs...Led the team with six steals in six attempts...Had an .891 fielding percentage, with 20 errors in 183 chances...Had an eight game hitting streak, starting on March 6th against Lincoln Memorial and ending on March 14th at Lenoir-Rhyne...During the streak, Renegar had five multi-hit games, including two with three hits...Finished the season with 13 multi-hit games...Had two streaks of three consecutive games with an RBI...Had a streak of six consecutive games with runs scored, starting on March 7th against LMU and ending on March 14th at Lenoir-Rhyne...Scored multiple runs in nine games on the season...Started all 24 conference games in 2010...Recorded 32 hits in 95 at-bats for a .337 batting average...Recorded 10 doubles and two home runs...Drove in 10 runs, while scoring 17...Was successful in his only stolen base attempt in conference play...Recorded a .882 fielding percentage, recording 38 put-outs, 52 assists and 12 errors in 102 chances. Career Highs Hits: Runs: Doubles: Triples: Home Runs: RBIs: Walks: Stolen Bases: Hit Streak:

2.0 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 N/A N/A 2.0 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 27, 2010 4, four times 2 vs Lenoir-Rhyne, Mar. 22, 2009 2, three times 6 at Wingate, Mar. 29, 2009 6 at Wingate, Mar. 29, 2009

Kody Miller’s Career Stats Year

ERA G/GS W-L

4 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 26, 2010 3, two times 2 vs Carson-Newman, Mar. 26, 2010 1 at King, Apr. 20, 2010 1, two times 2, two times 2, two times 1, six times Eight games (Mar. 6, 2010 - Mar. 14, 2010)

SV CG SHO

IP

H

R

ER BB K

2009 37.80 4/0

0-0

-

-

-

1.2

6

7

7

2

2

2010 10.50 6/0

0-0

-

-

-

6.0 14

11

7

6

3

Career 22.50 10/0

0-0

-

-

-

7.2 20

18

14

8

5

Eric Renegar’s Career Stats Year

AVG G/GS AB

R

H

2B 3B HR RBI TB BB

K SB

2010 .313 44/43 163 31 51

10

1

2

16

69

18

24 6

Career .313 44/43 163 31 51

10

1

2

16

69

18

24 6

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BC Baseball Player Profiles

Kameron Armacost

Steele Myers

#7 * Outfielder/Pitcher

#10 * Infielder/Pitcher

L/R * 6-0 * 165 * Jr.

R/R * 6-0 * 205 * Jr.

Littlestown, Pa.

Chapel Hill, N.C.

(Hagerstown C.C.)

(Virginia Military Institute)

Previous School (Hagerstown CC): Appeared in 81 games for the Hawks in two years...Had a .292 batting average, with 41 hits in 140 at-bats...Recorded four doubles...Drove in 14 runs over his two years, while scoring 22 in his freshman season. High School: Received the Bob Weaver Scholarship for Outstanding Senior Baseball Player. Personal: From Littlestown, Pa....Transferred from Hagerstown Community College...Son of Ken and Laura Armacost.

Previous School (VMI): Appeared in 50 games, starting 30 with the Keydets in two years...Had a .220 batting average, with 26 hits in 118 at-bats...Recorded seven doubles, two triples and a home run...Drove in 16 runs, while scoring 13...Had a .931 fielding percentage, with 50 put-outs, 97 assists and 11 errors in 158 chances. High School (Jordan): Was a four-year letterman at Jordan... Earned All-State recognition as a junior, hitting .513 with eight home runs, 34 RBIs, a .974 slugging percentage and eight stolen bases...Named PAC-6 Player of the Year...Helped Jordan to a Conference Championship...Selected to the N.C. State Games... Also a two-year letterman as a safety on the football team. Personal: From Chapel Hill, N.C....Graduated from Jordan High School...Transferred from VMI...Son of Steve and Beth Myers.

Randy O’Dell

Casey Smith

#25 * Infielder

#31 * Pitcher

R/R * 6-2 * 215 * Jr.

R/R * 6-0 * 170 * Jr.

Durham, N.C.

Kernersville, N.C.

(Lenoir Comm. College)

(Pfeiffer University)

Previous School (Lenoir CC: Appeared in 25 games with the Lancers...Had a .481 batting average, with 26 hits in 54 at-bats... Recorded seven doubles and two triples...Drove in 13 runs, while scoring 15...Had one stolen base in three attempts...Had a .897 fielding percentage, with 43 put-outs, nine assists and six errors in 58 chances.

Previous School (Pfeiffer): Appeared in 13 games on the mound for the Falcons in relief, finishing with a 1-2 record...Pitching 16.1 innings with a 6.06 earned run average...Had 10 strikeouts against four walks...Opponents hit .313 against Smith in 63 atbats.

Off the field, he was on the Dean’s List

Personal: From Kernersville, N.C....Transferred from Pfeiffer University.

Previous School (Surry CC): Appeared in 25 games with the Knights...Had a .339 batting average with 21 hits in 62 at-bats... Recorded five doubles and a home run...Drove in 11 runs...Was a perfect three-for-three on stolen base attempts...Had a 1.000 fielding percentage, with 72 put-outs in 72 chances. High School (Cedar Ridge HS): Played on the football team at Cedar Ridge. Personal: From Durham, N.C....Graduated from Cedar Ridge High School...Son of David and Susan O’Dell.

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BC Baseball Player Profiles

Zack Merriken

Christian Christopoulos

#39 * Catcher

#14 * Catcher/Infielder

R/R * 6-0 * 255 * Jr.

R/R * 6-1* 180 * So.

Hudson, N.C.

Raleigh, N.C.

(Catawba Valley C.C.)

(St. Peter’s College)

Previous School (CVCC): Appeared in 49 games with the Buccaneers in his sophomore year...Had a .352 batting average, with 56 hits in 159 at-bats...Recorded 17 doubles, two triples and six home runs...Drove in 38 runs, while scoring 40...Also drew 26 walks and was hit by a pitch six times during the season.

Previous School (St. Peters): Appeared in 33 games, starting twice with the Peacocks...Had a .190 batting average, with four hits in 21 at-bats...Drove in two runs, while scoring seven...Had a .875 fielding percentage, with six put-outs, 15 assists and three errors in 24 chances.

Personal: From Hudson, N.C....Transferred from Catawba Valley Community College....Son of Jim and Mary Merriken.

High School: In addition to playing baseball, Christopoulos also competed on the wrestling team. Personal: From Raleigh, N.C....Transferred from St. Peter’s College...Son of Pete and Cheryl Christopoulos.

Ethan Pressley

Tyler Parker

#27 * Utility/Pitcher

#5 * Outfielder

L/R * 6-2 * 205 * So.

R/R * 6-0 * 170 * R-Fr.

Hoopers Creek, N.C.

Charlotte, N.C.

(N. Henderson High School)

(S. Mecklenburg HS)

High School: Pressley comes to the Tornados from North Henderson High School, where he played under Coach Brian Williams. A three-time All-WAC Conference selection, Pressley also was an All-Area selection during his time with the Knights. He also was invited to the IMPACT Game and was a State Games Participant, as well as an All-WNC Selection and a Region X Honorable Mention.

2010 (Freshman): Redshirted with Brevard during the 2010 season.

In addition to his success on the diamond, Pressley was also an All-WAC Conference selection with the Knights’ basketball team.

High School: Played at South Mecklenburg High School in Charlotte, N.C. under Coach Jurecka...Also played Football with the Sabres. Personal: From Charlotte, N.C....Graduated from South Mecklenburg High School...Son of Bill and Mary Jo Parker.

Personal: From Hoopers Creek, N.C....Transferred from Blue Ridge Community College...Graduated from North Henderson High School...Son of Jabbo and Daphne Pressley.

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BC Baseball Player Profiles

Alex Bedenbaugh

Champ Stuart

#21 * Infielder

#2 * Outfielder/Pitcher

R/R * 6-2 * 165 * R-Fr.

R/R * 5-11 * 175 * Fr.

Prosperity, S.C.

Freeport, Bahamas

(Mid-Carolina High School)

(Christ School)

2010 (Freshman): Redshirted with Brevard during the 2010 season. High School: Played at Mid-Carolina High School under Coach Alexander...Bedenbaugh was an All-Region performer with the Rebels. Off the field, Bedenbaugh was named to the Dean’s List. Personal: From Prosperity, S.C.....Graduated from Mid-Carolina High School...Son of Charles and Sherry Bedenbaugh.

High School: Played at Christ School under Coach Pat James... Was selected to both All-Conference and All-State, as well as being named the team MVP. In addition to playing baseball, Stuart also was a member of the football and basketball teams in high school. Personal: From Freeport, Bahamas...Graduated from Christ School...Born Jervis Stuart...Son of Jervis and Cicely Stuart.

James Pegram

McKenzie Queen

#8 * Catcher

#13 * Infielder

R/R * 5-11 * 175 * Fr.

L/R * 6-0 * 180 * Fr.

Pawleys Island, S.C.

Cullowhee, N.C.

(Winthrop University)

(Smoky Mountain H.S.)

High School: Played at Waccamaw High School under Coach Jeff Gregory...While at Waccamaw, Pegram was a four year starter on the varsity squad and served as team captain for the team during both his junior and senior seasons...Was named to the All-Region team his junior and senior years and finished his high school career with a .367 batting average.

High School: Played at SmokyMountain High School under Coach Jamie Extine...Was an All-Conference selection with the Mustangs.

In addition to playing basetball, Pegram was also a member of the Warriors’ football team.

Personal: From Cullowhee, N.C....Graduated from Smoky Mountain High School...Son of Kenny and Pat Queen.

Personal: From Pawleys Island, S.C....Transferred from Winthrop University...Graduated from Waccamaw High School...Son of Mandy Pegram.

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In addition to playing baseball, Queen was also a member of the football and basketball teams with the Mustangs.


BC Baseball Player Profiles

Michael Bradley

Will Bullock

#15 * Pitcher

#16 * Pitcher

R/R * 5-11 * 155 * Fr.

L/L * 5-11 * 155 * Fr.

Brevard, N.C.

Stem, N.C.

(Brevard High School)

(S. Granville High School)

High School: Played at Brevard High School under Coach Jason Brubaker...While with the Blue Devils, Bradley received the MVP honor in back-to-back years...He also was selected to the AllConference team twice.

High School: Played at South Granville High School under Coach Kevin Ferrell...While in high school, Bullock played for the MVP national team and also was a participant in the Disney Classic in Orlando, Fla.

In addition to playing baseball, Bradley also played on the Blue Devils’ football and basketball teams.

In addition to playing baseball, Bullock was also a member of the Vikings’ soccer and basketball teams.

Personal: From Brevard, N.C....Graduated from Brevard High School...Son of Rex and Carol Bradley.

Personal: From Stem, N.C....Graduated from South Granville High School...Son of Michael Bullock.

Dustin Haithcox

Kevin Hamilton

#17 * Pitcher

#19 * Pitcher

L/L * 5-11 * 185 * Fr.

R/R * 6-3 * 185 * Fr.

Asheboro, N.C.

Kannapolis, N.C.

(E. Randolph High School)

(NW Cabarrus High School)

High School: Played at Eastern Randolph High School under Coach Neil Kivett...Haithcox was an All-Conference and AllCounty selection with the Wildcats.

High School: Played at Northwest Cabarrus High School under Coach Joe Hubbard...Finished his career with the Trojans as the program’s All-time Career Saves leader.

Off the field, Haithcox was a member of the Beta Club.

Off the diamond, Hamilton was a member of the A/B Honor Roll and a Certified Plant Professional through the North Carolina Nursery and Landscape Association.

Personal: From Asheboro, N.C....Graduated from Eastern Randolph High School...Son of Jeff Haithcox and Sonja King.

Personal: From Kannapolis, N.C....Graduated from Northwest Cabarrus High School...Son of Roger and Jill Hamilton.

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BC Baseball Player Profiles

Zack Simpson

Zak Beard

#20 * Pitcher

#28 * Outfielder

L/L * 6-4 * 205 * Fr.

R/R * 5-7 * 165 * Fr.

Salisbury, N.C.

Etowah, N.C.

(West Rowan High School)

(W. Henderson High School)

High School: Played at West Rowan High School under Coach David Wright...While with the Falcons, Simpson was an AllConference and All-County selection...He was also a State Games participant in both 2009 and 2010. Personal: From Salisbury, N.C....Graduated from West Rowan High School...Son of Steve and Deatra Simpson.

Troy Hargis Redshirt * Infielder R/R * 5-7 * 160 * Fr. Durham, N.C. (Jordan High School) High School: Played at Jordan High School under Coach Devy Bell...While with the Falcons, Hargis was an All-Conference PAC-6 selection. In addition to playing baseball, Hargis also played football. Personal: From Durham, N.C...Graduated from Jordan High School...Son of Bill and Cindy Griner and Tracy and Johnette Hargis.

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High School: Played at West Henderson High School under Coach Jim Hyatt and Brandon Ball. In addition to playing baseball, Beard was also a member of the West Henderson football and basketball teams. Personal: From Etowah, N.C.....Graduated from West Henderson High School...Son of Danny Beard and Diana Ring.


The South Atlantic Conference The South Atlantic Conference was founded in 1975 solely as a football conference. The league received its name from a contest in which Kurt Brenneman of Greensboro, NC became the first to submit the SAC-8 moniker.

South Atlantic Conference

The SAC-8 consisted of Carson-Newman College, Catawba College, Elon College, Gardner-Webb University, Lenoir-Rhyne College, Mars Hill College, Newberry College, and Presbyterian College. Dr. Fred Bentley, of Mars Hill College, was named league president for its inaugural year, by a vote of the member institutions.

www.thesac.com

In 1989, the league’s 15th year of operation, the South Atlantic Conference became a comprehensive, all-sports conference. That year the South Atlantic Conference sponsored 10 sports - football, men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s soccer, volleyball, men’s golf, men’s and women’s tennis. Later the conference grew to 14 championship sports by adding women ‘s soccer (1990), men’s and women’s cross country (1993) and women’s golf (1999).

226 North Park Drive Gateway Plaza, Suite 130 Rock Hill, SC 29730 Phone: (803) 981-5240 Fax: (803) 981-9444

Commissioner...................................... Patrick Britz Asst. Commissioner/SWA................... Elaine Kebbe Director of Sport Admin/Info.......... Dennis Switzer Asst. to the Commissioner............... Jonnie Schulte Coordinator of Football Officials....... Jack Childress Coordinator of Volleyball Officials........ B.J. Willard Coordinator of Soccer Officials.............. Paul James Coordinator of Basketball Officials.......... Jim Burch Coordinator of Baseball Officials........ Geral Trexler Coordinator of Softball Officials............. Betsy Kidd

Commissioner Patrick Britz

and athletic philosophy. Since becoming eligible for NCAA Division II postseason play in 1993, the league has sent representatives from all of its sponsored sports to NCAA postseason play.

In July of 1998, Tusculum College was admitted as a member of the league, and Lincoln Memorial University began play in the conference in the 2006-07 academic year. The league membership now includes The South Atlantic Conference was composed of the same eight member institutions from 1975 until 1988, Brevard College in Brevard, N.C.; Carson-Newman in when Wingate University replaced Newberry College Jefferson City, TN; Catawba College in Salisbury, NC; Lenoir-Rhyne College in Hickory, NC; Lincoln Memorial as the eighth member institution. Newberry later University in Harrogate, TN; Mars Hill College in Mars rejoined the conference in 1996. Hill, NC; Newberry College in Newberry, SC; Tusculum Today the conference is a group of nine private, liberal College in Greeneville, TN; and Wingate University in Wingate, NC. Anderson University in Anderson, S.C. and civic arts colleges and universities, similar in size became the league’s tenth member in 2010.

Membership At A Glance Anderson

Brevard

Carson-Newman

Catawba

Lenoir-Rhyne

Lincoln Memorial

Mars Hill

Newberry

Tusculum

Wingate

Nicknames: Trojans Location: Anderson, S.C. Enrollment: N/A Founded: 1848 Member Since: 2010-11

Nicknames: Railsplitters Location: Harrogate, Tenn. Enrollment: 3,254 Founded: 1897 Member Since: 2006-2007

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Nicknames: Tornados Location: Brevard, N.C. Enrollment: 650 Founded: 1853 Member Since: 2008-2009

Nicknames: Lions Location: Mars Hill, N.C. Enrollment: 1,100 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Eagles Location: Jefferson City, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,200 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: N/A Location: Newberry, S.C. Enrollment: 850 Founded: 1856 Member Since: 1996-1997

Nicknames: Indians Location: Salisbury, N.C. Enrollment: 1,250 Founded: 1851 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Pioneers Location: Greenville, Tenn. Enrollment: 2,500 Founded: 1794 Member Since: 1998-1999

Nicknames: Bears Location: Hickory, N.C. Enrollment: 1,600 Founded: 1891 Member Since: 1975-1976

Nicknames: Bulldogs Location: Wingate, N.C. Enrollment: 2,159 Founded: 1896 Member Since: 1988-1989


2011 SAC Preseason Information Catawba Picked To Win 2011 SAC Baseball Championship

2011 Preseason Men’s Baseball All-SAC Team

Catawba College, which won the 2010 Food Lion Tournament title, is the favorite to win the 2011 South Atlantic Conference baseball championship in a vote of the league’s head coaches, the conference announced. Catawba received six first-place votes and 94 total points. The Indians went 40-13 last season and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the third year in a row. The Indians placed six on the preseason All-Conference team, including returning SAC Pitcher of the Year Nathan Furr. Furr went 6-0 last season with a 4.06 ERA.

FIRST TEAM

Joining Furr on the preseason All-Conference first team from Catawba is relief pitcher Wil Huneycutt. Three more Indians were named to the second team: Pitcher Nick Lomascolo, who led the SAC with a 3.45 ERA last season; designated hitter Garrett Furr, the 2010 SAC Freshman of the Year; and outfielder Ryan Bostian. Wingate University, the 2010 regular-season champions, are picked to finish second. The Bulldogs, under first-year coach Jeff Gregory, received four first-place votes and 86 total points. Wingate placed four on the preseason All-Conference team. Brian Yeung at first base, shortstop Chris Vazquez and outfielder Dodson McPherson were named to the first team, while pitcher Chris Nelson was named to the second team. Vazquez hit .382 and was among the conference leaders in total hits and doubles last season. Carson-Newman College is picked to finish third with 78 points. Pitcher Austin Bridgewater, who went 5-1 with a 4.32 ERA last season, was a preseason All-Conference first team selection. Tusculum College received 73 points to finish in fourth place in the poll. The Pioneers placed three on the preseason All-Conference team. Catcher Sean Cotton, who was second in the conference with 69 RBIs last season, is joined on the first team by pitcher Tyler Collins and second baseman Payden Houser, who hit .404 last season. Mars Hill College is predicted to finish fifth. The Lions received 59 points. Outfielder Rusty Smith was named to the preseason All-Conference first team, while catcher Adam Lewis and relief pitcher Tony Hearrell were both named to the second team. Smith hit .352 with 57 RBI, Lewis hit .398 with 55 RBI last season, while Hearrell was 4-1 with six saves. Lincoln Memorial University received 54 points for sixth place. The Railsplitters placed three on the preseason All-Conference team with third baseman John Couch and outfielder Cody Pack on the first team, while outfielder Cody Baker was named to the second team. Pack was among the conference leaders in home runs and RBIs last season, while Baker was among the leaders with a .407 batting average. Lenoir-Rhyne University is seventh with 39 points. The Bears return preseason AllConference first-team designated hitter Brian Dice, who was second in the SAC with a .435 batting average last season while hitting 16 home runs and driving in 59 runs. Shortstop Dalton Hall and outfielder Stephen Andrews were named to the second team.

Newberry College is ninth with 27 points. The Wolves, under first-year coach Russell Triplett, placed two on the preseason All-Conference second team. Pitcher Josh McElwee, who led the league in strikeouts in 2008 and 2009, is joined by third baseman Chris Love. Brevard College rounds out the poll with 11 points. The Tornados will be looking to move up in the standings under first-year coach Matt McCay. The 2011 baseball season starts Tuesday, February 1 four games. Catawba and Mars Hill open on the road, while Lenoir-Rhyne and Wingate open at home. The 2011 Food Lion SAC Baseball Tournament will be April 20-23 in Forest City, N.C. at McNair Field. The top six teams at the end of the regular season will advance to the conference tournament. Anderson University received 29 points for eighth place. The Trojans placed two on the preseason All-Conference second team in first baseman Erick Sanderson and second baseman Ryan Saxon.

C : Sean Cotten, Tusculum P: Nathan Furr, Catawba P: Austin Bridgewater, C-N P: Tyler Collins, Tusculum RP: Wil Huneycutt, Catawba 1B: Brian Yeung, Wingate 2B: Payden Houser, Tusculum SS: Chris Vazquez, Wingate 3B: John Couch, Lincoln Memorial OF: Cody Pack, Lincoln Memorial OF: Rusty Smith, Mars Hill OF: Dodson McPherson, Wingate DH: Brian Dice, Lenoir-Rhyne

SECOND TEAM C: Adam Lewis, Mars Hill P: Nick Lomascolo, Catawba P: Josh McElwee, Newberry P: Chris Nelson, Wingate RP: Tony Hearrell, Mars Hill 1B: Erick Sanderson, Anderson 2B: Ryan Saxon, Anderson SS: Dalton Hall, Lenoir-Rhyne 3B: Chris Love, Newberry College OF: Cody Baker, Lincoln Memorial OF: Stephen Andrews, Lenoir-Rhyne OF: Ryan Bostian, Catawba DH: Garrett Furr, Catawba

2011 SAC PRESEASON Baseball COACHES POLL Rk Team 1st Votes 1. Catawba 6 94 2. Wingate 4 86 3. Carson-Newman 78 4. Tusculum 73 5. Mars Hill 59 6. Lincoln Memorial 54 7. Lenoir-Rhyne 39 8. Anderson 29 9. Newberry 27 10. Brevard 11 (First place votes in parenthesis)

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2010 SAC Standings/Statistics/Information School Wingate Catawba Mars Hill Carson-Newman Tusculum Lincoln Memorial Lenoir-Rhyne Newberry Brevard

2010 SAC Standings & Statistics Overall Home Road

Conference W-L-T PCT 19-5 .792 16-8 .667 16-8 .667 15-9 .625 13-11 .542 12-12 .500 11-13 .458 4-20 .167 2-22 .083

PCT .604 .755 .630 .633 .625 .520 .467 .375 .205

W-L-T 17-9 22-7 12-9 16-5 18-8 12-10 13-12 14-13 5-17

2010 All-SAC Team

First Team

W-L-T 29-19 40-13 29-17 31-18 30-18 26-24 21-24 18-30 9-35

Second Team

Catcher – Sean Cotton, Tusculum Pitcher – Nathan Furr, Catawba Pitcher – Trevor Mullins, Catawba Pitcher – Tyler Almond, Wingate Relief Pitcher - Will Huneycutt, Catawba 1st base – Jared Richmond, Tusculum 2nd base – Logan Isaacs, Wingate Shortstop – Mills Rogers, Carson-Newman 3rd base – Craige Lyerly, Catawba Outfield – Wade Moore, Catawba Outfield – Jeff Lockwood, Carson-Newman Outfield – Mike Kitt, Mars Hill Designated hitter – Brian Dice, Lenoir-Rhyne

Catcher - Rob Knight, Lenoir-Rhyne Pitcher - Austin Bridgewater, Carson-Newman Pitcher - Tyler Collins, Tusculum Pitcher - Justin Hall, Mars Hill Relief Pitcher - Tony Hearrell, Mars Hill 1st base - Derek Long, Carson-Newman 2nd base - Payden Houser, Tusculum Shortstop - Chris Vazquez, Wingate 3rd base - John Couch, Lincoln Memorial Outfield - Nate Grabowski, Tusculum Outfield - Cody Pack, Lincoln Memorial Outfield - Evan Taylor, Lenoir-Rhyne Designated Hitter - Sean Finucane, Tusculum

W-L-T 12-8 14-5 15-6 14-11 11-8 11-11 8-12 2-15 4-18

Neutral W-L-T 0-2 4-1 2-2 1-2 1-2 3-3 0-0 2-2 0-0

Gold Glove Team

Pitcher - Greg Smith, Mars Hill Catcher - Rob Knight, Lenoir-Rhyne 1st base - Brandon Savoca, Mars Hill 2nd base - Hank Wofford, Lenoir-Rhyne Shortstop - Devin Presnell, Mars Hill 3rd base - Craige Lyerly, Catawba Outfield - Wade Moore, Catawba Outfield - Evan Taylor, Lenoir-Rhyne Outfield - Mike Kitt, Mars Hill

Player of the Year: Jared Richmond, Tusculum Pitcher of the Year: Nathan Furr, Catawba Freshman of the Year: Garrett Furr, Catawba Coach of the Year: Dan Taylor, Mars Hill Baseball Scholar-Athlete: Derek Long, Carson-Newman

2010 SAC Statistical Leaders Batting Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Mike Kitt, MHC Brian Dice, LRU Scott Horvath, NEW Sean Finucane, TC Wade Moore, CAT Payden Houser, TC Nate Grabowski, TC Craige Lyerly, CAT Adam Lewis, MHC Jeff Lockwood, C-N

Hits 1. 3. 4. 5. 6. 8. 9.

Craige Lyerly, CAT Mike Kitt, MHC Wade Moore, CAT Nate Grabowski, TC Mills Rogers, C-N Derek Long, C-N Sean Finucane, TC Brian Dice, LRU Garrett Furr, CAT Adam Lewis, MHC

Runs Scored 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Wade Moore, CAT Mike Kitt, MHC Jared Richmond, TC Craige Lyerly, CAT Jeff Lockwood, C-N Rusty Smith, MHC Derek Long, C-N Nate Grabowski, TC 3 tied with 51 runs

Home Runs 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 8.

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Jared Richmond, TC Jeff Lockwood, C-N Evan Taylor, LRU Brian Dice, LRU Wade Moore, CAT Stephen Andrews, LRU Sean Cotten, TC 4 tied with 13 home runs

.446 .435 .429 .414 .410 .404 .400 .399 .398 .398 83 83 80 78 76 75 75 74 72 72 77 72 60 59 59 56 53 52 51 23 20 17 16 16 15 15 13

Runs Batted In 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 9.

Jared Richmond, TC Sean Cotten, TC Jeff Lockwood, C-N Brian Dice, LRU Wade Moore, CAT Mills Rogers, C-N Mike Kitt, MHC Rusty Smith, MHC Cody Pack, LMU Adam Lewis, MHC

Stolen Bases 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 10.

Wade Moore, CAT Craige Lyerly, CAT Alex Cooks, LRU Evan Patterson, C-N Michael Bueker, MHC Stephen Andrews, LRU Nate Grabowski, TC Hank Wofford, LRU Mike Kitt, MHC Scott Horvath, NEW

Wins 1. 2. 3. 8.

Trevor Mullins, CAT Nick Lomascolo, CAT Nathan Furr, CAT Tyler Collins, TC Cy Fraker, C-N Justin Hall, MHC D.J. Ferguson, C-N 6 tied with 5 victories

Innings Pitched 1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Trevor Mullins, CAT Steven Starbird, LMU Chris Henderson, LRU Nick Lomascolo, CAT Tyler Collins, TC Chris Roman, NEW Dale Bennett, NEW Taylor Rakes, TC Tyler Almond, WU Austin Bridgewater, C-N

71 69 67 59 59 58 57 57 55 55 29 27 26 21 13 12 12 12 12 11 8 7 6 6 6 6 6 5

89.1 87.0 83.2 78.1 78.1 76.2 75.2 73.1 67.1 66.2

Strikeouts 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

Chris Roman, NEW Trevor Mullins, CAT Chris Henderson, LRU Steven Starbird, LMU Tyler Almond, WU Nick Lomascolo, CAT Wes McIntyre, C-N Tyler Collins, TC Justin Hall, MHC Austin Bridgewater, C-N

Appearances 1. 3. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Wil Huneycutt, CAT Travis McSweeney, CAT Clay Watson, CAT Brian Chandler, LRU Ray Burchell, LMU Jacob Koontz, BC D.J. Ferguson, C-N Gary Hersey, NEW 4 tied with 19 appearances

Saves 1. 2. 4. 9.

Tony Hearell, MHC Wil Huneycutt, CAT Justin Somers, WU Brian Chandler, LRU Travis McSweeney, CAT Zach Tutak, NEW Ray Burchell, LMU Lee Oxendine, WU 10 tied with 2 saves

Earned Run Average 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Nick Lomascolo, CAT D.J. Ferguson, C-N Tyler Collins, TC Cy Fraker, C-N Justin Hall, MHC Chris Nelson, WU Trevor Mullins, CAT Tyler Almond, WU Austin Bridgewater, C-N Dale Bennett, NEW

101 92 88 73 71 70 69 69 54 51 27 27 24 24 23 22 21 20 19 6 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 2 3.45 3.60 3.79 3.83 3.88 4.12 4.13 4.28 4.32 4.76

Team Batting Avg 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Mars Hill Tusculum Lenoir-Rhyne Carson-Newman Catawba Lincoln Memoria Wingate Newberry Brevard

Team Pitching ERA 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Catawba Carson-Newman Tusculum Wingate Mars Hill Newberry Lincoln Memorial Lenoir-Rhyne Brevard

Team Fielding Percentage 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Mars Hill Wingate Lincoln Memorial Lenoir-Rhyne Catawba Carson-Newman Newberry Brevard Tusculum

.359 .344 .339 .332 .324 .323 .321 .304 .290 4.45 5.19 5.32 5.61 7.35 7.62 7.67 8.53 9.66 .959 .957 .954 .951 .951 .950 .944 .941 .939


2011 BC Baseball Opponents St. Andrews Presbyterian College

Pfeiffer University

February 5 - Asheboro, N.C. - 1 p.m. & 4 p.m. (DH)

February 6 - Kannapolis, N.C. - 1 p.m.

General Information

Matt Boykin Head Coach

R.J. Blasi C/INF * S/R * Sr.

Location:.................................................... Laurinburg, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1958 Enrollment:.................................................................... 675 Nickname:.................................................................Knights School Colors:....................................... Royal Blue & White Home Stadium:....................................................Clark Field Capacity:........................................................................ 300 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas President:..................................................... Paul Baldasare Director of Athletics:...................................... Glenn Batten Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(910) 277-5274 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:...................................................... Matt Boykin Alma Mater:....................................................Barton, 2003 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:...................................................... Drew Roberts ........................................................................... Jason Kuhn ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(910) 277-2079 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 11-34 2010 League Record/Place:................................... 7-16/8th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.................................................Morgan Farroll Office Phone:...............................................(910) 277-5751 Office Fax:....................................................(910) 277-5272 E-Mail Address:.................................... farrollmc@sapc.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:.......................................www.sapc.edu/athletics

Erskine College

Feb. 10 - Due West, S.C. * Mar. 16 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

Mark Hayes Head Coach

Luke Wilhelm RHP * R/R * Sr.

Alderson-Broaddus College

February 12-13 - Brevard, N.C. * 12 - 3 p.m., 1 p.m.

General Information

Kevin Nichols Head Coach

John Bolding 1B * R/R * Sr.

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Location:....................................................... Due West, S.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1839 Enrollment:.................................................................... 575 Nickname:.......................................................... Flying Fleet School Colors:............................................. Maroon & Gold Home Stadium:....................................................Grier Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas President:................................................ Dr. David Norman Director of Athletics:........................................Mark Peeler Athletic Dept. Phone:.................................................... N/A Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.................................................... Kevin Nichols Alma Mater:........................... University of Alabama, 1996 Record at School (Years):.................................371-253 (12) Career Record (Years):.....................................371-253 (12) Assistants:.......................................................Chad Amidon ................................................................... Thomas Holland .............................................................................Ryan Price Baseball Office Phone:................................(864) 379-8777 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 41-17 2010 League Record/Place:.................................. 16-7/2nd 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:..................................................... Bart Walker Office Phone:...............................................(864) 379-8859 Office Fax:....................................................(864) 379-2197 E-Mail Address:................................. bwalker@erskine.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:........................... www.erskinecollegesports.com

Location:.................................................Misenheimer, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1855 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,400 Nickname:................................................................ Falcons School Colors:..................................................Black & Gold Home Stadium:........................................ Joe Ferebee Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:....................................... Conference Carolinas President:................................................. Michael C. Miller Director of Athletics:....................................Bobby Stewart Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 463-5051 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:...................................................... Mark Hayes Alma Mater:......................................... Lenoir-Rhyne, 2002 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:..........................................................Ray Greene .............................................................................Cliff Allred ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(704) 463-3237 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 27-27 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 13-11/4th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.......................................................... Sean Fox Office Phone:...............................................(704) 463-3192 Office Fax:....................................................(704) 463-5051 E-Mail Address:......................Sean.Fox@fsmail.pfeiffer.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:.................................... www.gofalconsports.com

General Information

Bill Barr Head Coach

Mark Ruiz SS/2B * R/R * Sr.

Location:......................................................... Phillippi, W.V. Founded:...................................................................... 1871 Enrollment:.................................................................... 650 Nickname:................................................................ Battlers School Colors:......................................... Navy, Gold & Grey Home Stadium:............................................ Jack Funk Field Capacity:........................................................................ 500 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:............................ West Virginia Intercollegiate President:................................................. Dr. Philip E. Cline Director of Athletics:............................................ J. D. Long Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(304) 457-6262 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.............................................................Bill Barr Alma Mater:............................ Mt. Vernon Nazarene, 1983 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):............................................ 234-241 Assistants:....................................................... Lanny Martin ........................................................................................ ........................................................................................ Baseball Office Phone:................................(304) 457-6265 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 27-14 2010 League Record/Place:.......................................... 15-3 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:................................................... Pat McGinnis Office Phone:...............................................(304) 457-6347 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:.................................... mcginnispj@ab.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:.......................................... www.ab.edu/athletics


2011 BC Baseball Opponents North Greenville University

King College

February 15 - Tigerville, S.C. - 2 p.m.

Feb. 22 - Bristol, Tenn. * Apr. 6 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

Travis Henson Head Coach

Drew Provence RHP * R/R * Sr.

Location:........................................................ Tigerville, S.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1892 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,200 Nickname:............................................................ Crusaders School Colors:................................................... Red & Black Home Stadium:............................................. Ashmore Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:.....................................................Independent President:.................................................. Dr. James Epting Director of Athletics:.....................................Jan McDonald Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 977-7150 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:................................................... Travis Henson Alma Mater:.......................................... USC-Upstate, 1997 Record at School (Years):.......................................56-54 (2) Career Record (Years):...........................................56-54 (2) Assistants:.................................................. Reggie Reynolds ............................................................................................. ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(864) 977-7156 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 46-14 2010 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A 2010 Postseason:................................... NCCAA Champions Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.................................................... Micah Sepko Office Phone:...............................................(864) 977-7157 Office Fax:....................................................(864) 977-7152 E-Mail Address:....................................... msepko@ngu.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:.........................................www.ngcrusaders.com

Winston-Salem State University

Mar. 1 - Brevard, N.C. * Mar. 8 - Winston-Salem, N.C.

General Information

Mac McClarrinon Head Coach

Drew Provence RHP * R/R * Sr.

Milligan College

Mar. 23 - Brevard, N.C. * Apr. 12 - Milligan, Tenn.

General Information

Kevin Ritsche Head Coach

Michael Robbins C * R/R * Jr.

Location:............................................. Winston-Salem, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1892 Enrollment:................................................................. 6,442 Nickname:....................................................................Rams School Colors:............................................. Scarlet & White Home Stadium:.............................................................. N/A Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:......................................Central Intercollegiate President:............................................ Dr. Donald J. Reaves Director of Athletics:.....................................William Hayes Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(336) 750-2141 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.................................................... Kevin Ritsche Alma Mater:.......................College of St. Scholastica, 2004 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:.....................................................Kentaus Carter ........................................................................ Keith Ritsche ............................................................................. Jacob Hall Baseball Office Phone:................................(336) 750-3310 2010 Overall Record:..................................................... N/A 2010 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:............................................... Trevin Goodwin Office Phone:...............................................(336) 750-2909 Office Fax:....................................................(336) 750-8895 E-Mail Address:.................................goodwintg@wssu.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:............................................ www.wssurams.com

Location:......................................................... Bristol, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1867 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,804 Nickname:............................................................... Tornado School Colors:.....................................................Blue & Red Home Stadium:.....................................................King Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:.....................................................Independent President:....................................................Dr. Greg Jordan Director of Athletics:.................................Dave Rutherford Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 652-4779 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:..............................................Mac McClarrinon Alma Mater:............................ University of LaVerne, 1998 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:....................................................... Blaine Brown ....................................................................... Bryant Baines ......................................................................... George Laoo Baseball Office Phone:................................(423) 652-6344 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 29-16 2010 League Record/Place:........................................... N/A 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.................................................... Gene Renfro Office Phone:...............................................(423) 652-6368 Office Fax:....................................................(423) 652-6041 E-Mail Address:..................................... gerenfro@king.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:.........................................www.kingtornado.com

General Information

Nathan Meade Head Coach

Jason Trivett RHP * R/R * Sr.

Location:....................................................... Milligan, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1866 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,100 Nickname:............................................................. Buffaloes School Colors:..............................................Black & Orange Home Stadium:..................................................Anglin Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:.....................................................NAIA Division I Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic President:............................................Dr. Donald R. Jeanes Director of Athletics:........................................... Ray Smith Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 461-8990 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:................................................. Nathan Meade Alma Mater:..................................................Milligan, 2005 Record at School (Years):.....................................125-90 (4) Career Record (Years):.........................................125-90 (4) Assistants:...............................................................Brad Hill ........................................................................ Chris Gordon ............................................................................. Ray Smith Baseball Office Phone:................................(423) 461-8722 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 31-21 2010 League Record/Place:............................... 17-10 (4th) 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:........................................................Matt Laws Office Phone:...............................................(423) 461-8980 Office Fax:....................................................(423) 461-8738 E-Mail Address:............................. sportsinfo@milligan.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:........................................www.milliganbuffs.com

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2011 BC Baseball Opponents Virginia Intermont College

Mar. 30 - Bristol, Va. * Apr. 19 - Brevard, N.C.

General Information

Josh Swain Head Coach

Ed Clark OF * S/R * Sr.

Location:............................................................. Bristol, Va. Founded:...................................................................... 1884 Enrollment:.................................................................... 600 Nickname:................................................................. Cobras School Colors:..................................................Black & Gold Home Stadium:.................................................. Avoca Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:.....................................................NAIA Division I Conference:........................................ Appalachian Athletic President:................................................. E. Clorisa Phillips Director of Athletics:............................................Chris Holt Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(276) 466-7940 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:........................................................ Josh Swain Alma Mater:................................. Virginia Intermont, 2004 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:....................................................... Tyler Belcher ...................................................................Jeremy Christian ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(276) 466-7945 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 12-37 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 2-25/10th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.................................................. Willie Belcher Office Phone:...............................................(276) 466-7944 Office Fax:....................................................(276) 466-7164 E-Mail Address:.................................williebelcher@vic.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:............................................ www.viathletics.com

Anderson University

February 18-19, 2011 - Anderson, S.C. * 6 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

General Information

Joe Miller Head Coach

Erick Sanderson OF/RHP * R/R * So.

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Location:....................................................... Anderson, S.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1911 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,300 Nickname:.................................................................Trojans School Colors:..................................................Gold & Black Home Gymnasium:................................ Memorial Stadium Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:...........................................Dr. Evans P. Whitaker Director of Athletics:...................................Nancy Simpson Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(864) 231-2029 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:..........................................................Joe Miller Alma Mater:...............................................Newberry, 1989 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants (Alma Mater):................................... D.J. Mattox ........................................................................ Glyn McCuen ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(864) 231-2013 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 20-35 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 10-13/6th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.................................................... Randy Jones Office Phone:...............................................(864) 231-2097 Office Fax:....................................................(864) 231-5601 E-Mail Address:................. rjones@andersonuniversity.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:............................................. www.autrojans.com

Last Season’s Results vs. BC February 10, 2010 * Anderson, S.C. * Game One Kellen Moman drilled a two-run home run in the bottom of the first, scoring Kramer Clark, but the Tornados defensive miscues led to 15 unanswered Trojans runs as Brevard fell in the 2010 season opener, 15-3 Score by Innings R H E Brevard 200 001 0 3 5 5 Anderson 022 (11)00 X 15 15 1 March 10, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Two Joseph Lepore pitched seven strong innings, picking up his second win in as many days, and Mathew Pruitt drove in three runs as the Tornados avenged an earlier defeat to the Trojans, coming out on top of Anderson on Wednesday afternoon, 4-3. Score by Innings Anderson Brevard

100 000 101 013 000 00X

R H E 3 8 1 4 7 2


2011 BC Baseball Opponents Carson-Newman College

March 11-12, 2011 - Brevard, N.C. * 2 p.m., 12 & 3 p.m.

General Information Head Coach Austin Bridgewater RHP * R/R * Sr.

Tom Griffin

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:...............................................Jefferson City, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1851 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,200 Nickname:.................................................................. Eagles School Colors:............................................... Orange & Blue Home Gymnasium:.................................Silver Diamond BC Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:........................................... Dr. J. Randall O’Brien Director of Athletics:.......................................David Barger Athletic Dept. Phone:.................................................... N/A Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:........................................................Tom Griffin Alma Mater:............................. Tennessee Wesleyan, 1988 Record at School (Years):.....................................170-97 (5) Career Record (Years):..................................353-275-1 (12) Assistants:..........................................................Matt Carter .................................................................... Brandon Turner ..............................................Brad Schrock, Charlie Munroe Baseball Office Phone:................................(865) 471-3465 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 31-18 2010 League Record/Place:................................... 15-9/4th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:.......................................................Zeke Beam Office Phone:...............................................(865) 471-3513 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:........................................... zbeam@cn.edu Press Box Phone:........................................................... N/A Web Site:.............................................. www.cneagles.com

March 26, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game One Stephen Mullis, Jackie Corn, and Kellen Moman all hit home runs and the Tornados led 13-5 after five innings but Carson Newman scored 10 unanswered runs to beat Brevard 15-13 in 10 innings Friday in the first game of a three game South Atlantic Conference Series at Gil Coan Field. Score by Innings Carson-Newman Brevard

003 024 112 2 341 230 000 0

R H E 15 17 1 13 22 3

March 27, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Two Carson-Newman took control of the first game of the doubleheader, scoring five in the top of the second behind a Jeff Lockwood two-run shot and added three more in the fourth and ninth as the Tornados were unable to pull off the comeback against Cy Fraker in falling 12-9. Score by Innings Carson-Newman Brevard

050 301 003 000 300 000

R H E 12 14 1 3 10 1

March 27, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Three Carson-Newman put four runs across in the sixth behind a three-run single by Mills Rogers as the Eagles overcame a sterling effort on the mound by Jacob White, as the Tornados hurler threw six innings, striking out five, as the Eagles completed the season sweep, 6-0. Score by Innings Carson-Newman Brevard

101 004 0 000 000 0

R H E 6 11 1 0 0 0

Catawba College

March 25-26, 2011 - Salisbury, N.C. * 7 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

General Information

Jim Gantt Head Coach

Nathan Furr RHP * R/R * Sr.

Location:........................................................Salisbury, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1851 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,250 Nickname:.................................................................Indians School Colors:........................................ Navy Blue & White Home Gymnasium:........................................ Newman Park Capacity:..................................................................... 2,500 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:................................................... Dr. Craig Turner Director of Athletics:.................................Dennis Davidson Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 637-4474 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.......................................................... Jim Gantt Alma Mater:................................................ Catawba, 1989 Record at School (Years):.................................479-263 (14) Career Record (Years):.....................................479-263 (14) Assistants:................................................. Michael Lowman ........................................................................ Seth Graham ........................................................................... Todd Miller Baseball Office Phone:................................(704) 637-4469 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 40-13 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 16-8/t2nd 2010 Postseason:................... NCAA Regional Quarterfinals Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:......................................................... Jim Lewis Office Phone:...............................................(704) 637-4720 Office Fax:....................................................(704) 637-5705 E-Mail Address:................................ jdlewis@catawba.com Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:............................... www.gocatawbaindians.com

Last Season’s Results vs. BC April 9, 2010 * Salisbury, N.C. * Game One Shane Galloway pitched a complete game and Kellen Moman hit his seventh home run of the season Friday night as the Brevard College baseball team defeated 26th-ranked Catawba 10-6 in South Atlantic Conference play at Newman Park. Score by Innings Brevard Catawba

302 050 000 000 010 023

R H E 10 13 4 6 9 2

April 10, 2010 * Salisbury, N.C. * Game Two The Tornados crossed the plate first in the first game of the doubleheader as Kramer Clark drilled a two-run shot in the top of the sixth, but the Indians tied the score in the seventh on a Josh Hohn two-run homer and Wade Moore drove in two with a double in the eighth as Catawba defeated Brevard, 6-2. Score by Innings Brevard Catawba

000 002 000 000 000 24X

R H E 2 5 2 6 7 1

April 10, 2010 * Salisbury, N.C. * Game Three Jackie Corn and Eric Renegar hit solo home runs in the nightcap of the doubleheader, giving the Tornados a 6-1 lead, but the Garrett Furr hit a walk-off single through the left side of the infield, capping off a six-run rally in the final frame to defeat Brevard, 7-6. Score by Innings Brevard Catawba

200 111 1 100 010 5

R H E 6 11 1 7 9 1

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2011 BC Baseball Opponents Lenoir-Rhyne University

March 4-5, 2011 - Hickory, N.C. * 1 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

Paul Knight Head Coach

Brian Dice C * R/R * Sr.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:.......................................................... Hickory, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1891 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,600 Nickname:................................................................... Bears School Colors:................................................... Red & Black Home Stadium:...................................................Bears Field Capacity:........................................................................ 500 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:................................................ Dr. Wayne Powell Director of Athletics:.................................. Neill McGeachy Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 328-7116 Ticket Office Phone:....................................(828) 328-7116 Head Coach:....................................................... Paul Knight Alma Mater:..............................................Methodist, 1994 Record at School (Years):.......................................68-79 (4) Career Record (Years):........................................186-183(8) Assistants:......................................................Mark Johnson ................................................................ Luke Dombrowsky .................................................................... Billy Hernandez Baseball Office Phone:................................(828) 328-7136 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 23-24 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 11-13/7th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:........................................................John Karrs Office Phone:...............................................(828) 328-7174 Office Fax:....................................................(828) 267-3445 E-Mail Address:.............................................karrsjd@lr.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:................................................. www.lrbears.com

March 13, 2010 * Hickory, N.C. * Game One Mathew Pruitt hit a two-run shot over the left centerfield fence and Ben Pacey scored on Kramer Clark’s groundout, but the Bears plated 15 runs in the third and fourth innings at Bears Field as Lenoir-Rhyne opened up the three game home stand against the Tornados with a 25-7 victory. Score by Innings Brevard Lenoir-Rhyne

021 010 003 108 733 30X

R H E 7 14 5 25 26 1

March 14, 2010 * Hickory, N.C. * Game Two Eric Renegar scored to lead off the first game of the doubleheader on Saturday and Brevard added two more as M.A. Dozier reached on an error in the top of the second, but the Bears offense out-slugged the Tornados the rest of the way as Hank Wofford had a pair of RBI doubles as Lenoir-Rhyne took the game, 18-12. Score by Innings Brevard Lenoir-Rhyne

120 126 0 050 634 X

R H E 12 17 4 18 15 4

March 14, 2010 * Hickory, N.C. * Game Three Brian Dice opened up the scoring with a two-run shot over the left centerfield fence and Colton Hansley hit a solo home run in the bottom of the sixth as the Bears overcame a Jackie Corn solo home run in sweeping the season series against the Tornados, 6-1. Score by Innings Brevard Lenoir-Rhyne

000 001 0 020 112 X

R H E 1 4 2 6 12 0

Lincoln Memorial University

March 25-26, 2011 - Salisbury, N.C. * 7 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

Jeff Sziksai Head Coach

Cody Pack OF * R/R * Sr.

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General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:....................................................Harrogate, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1897 Enrollment:................................................................. 3,250 Nickname:..........................................................Railsplitters School Colors:................................................... Blue & Gray Home Stadium:.................................... Lamar Hennon Field Capacity:..................................................................... 1,100 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:........................................... Dr. B. James Dawson Director of Athletics:..................................... Roger Vannoy Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 869-6285 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:.........................................................Jeff Sziksai Alma Mater:...................................Western Carolina, 1998 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:.......................................................Ryan Schmalz ..........................................................................Liam Bowen .......................................................................Tate McMillan Baseball Office Phone:................................(423) 869-6345 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 26-24 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 12-12/6th 2010 Postseason:................................................................. Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:..................................................... Rusty Peace Office Phone:...............................................(423) 869-6236 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:............................rusty.peace@lmunet.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:.................................... www.lmurailsplitters.com

March 6, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game One Lincoln Memorial scored runs in seven of the nine innings to open up the weekend series against the Tornados, giving LMU hurler Steven Starbird plenty of support as the Railsplitters survived a Ron Patterson home run in the bottom of the second to win the game, 13-4. Score by Innings Lincoln Memorial Brevard

301 222 210 111 000 001

R H E 13 25 1 4 7 1

March 6, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Two Jacob White threw a complete game in the second game of the doubleheader, striking out seven, but a late rally sparked by hits by Mathew Pruitt and Patterson came up short as Brevard fell on Gil Coan Field, 6-4. Score by Innings Lincoln Memorial Brevard

003 011 1 000 121 0

R H E 6 9 1 4 10 4

March 7, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Three The Tornados crossed the plate 13 times on 19 hits, led by Kramer Clark and Jackie Corn with three RBIs a piece, but Lincoln Memorial scored 27 runs on 24 hits in achieving the weekend sweep of the Tornados on Sunday afternoon, 27-13. Score by Innings Lincoln Memorial Brevard

042 573 006 022 080 010

R H E 27 24 2 13 19 1


2011 BC Baseball Opponents Mars Hill College

March 18-19, 2011 - Brevard, N.C. * 2 p.m., 12 & 3 p.m.

General Information

Dan Taylor Head Coach

Rusty Smith OF * R/R * Sr.

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:........................................................Mars Hill, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1856 Enrollment:................................................................. 1,100 Nickname:.................................................................... Lions School Colors:..........................................Royal Blue & Gold Home Gymnasium:.................................... Henderson Field Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:..................................................Dr. Dan Lunsford Director of Athletics:...................................... David Riggins Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(828) 689-1215 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:........................................................ Dan Taylor Alma Mater:...........................................USC Upstate, 1992 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:..................................................... Chip Schaffner ............................................................................................. ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(828) 689-1173 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 29-17 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 16-8/t2nd 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:........................................................Rick Baker Office Phone:...............................................(828) 689-1373 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:........................................ rbaker@mhc.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:..............................................www.mhclions.com

February 19, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game One Left fielder Kellen Moman went three for four with a home run and three RBIs but Mars Hill used an eight-run top of the ninth to defeat Brevard 12-4 on Friday afternoon at Gil Coan Field, spoiling the Tornados home debut. Score by Innings Mars Hill Brevard

200 110 008 000 200 200

R H E 12 14 0 4 8 3

February 20, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Two Moman drove in six runs for the Tornados, connecting on a pair of home runs in the contest, but Mike Kitt connected on a three-run blast in the top of the ninth inning for his second home run of the game to propel the Lions to the 13-12 victory. Score by Innings Mars Hill Brevard

022 110 043 100 224 201

R H E 13 14 1 12 17 2

February 21, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Three The Brevard College baseball team scored five runs in the first inning but Mars Hill put up 22 runs in a four-inning stretch to sweep the doubleheader and series against the Tornados with a 22-6 win Sunday at Gil Coan Field. Score by Innings Mars Hill Brevard

003 658 0 500 000 1

R H E 22 16 0 6 13 5

Newberry College

February 25-26, 2011 - Brevard, N.C. * 2 p.m., 12 & 3 p.m.

General Information

Russell Triplett Head Coach

Josh McElwee RHP * R/R * Jr.

Location:....................................................... Newberry, S.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1856 Enrollment:.................................................................... 850 Nickname:.................................................................Wolves School Colors:............................................... Scarlet & Gray Home Gymnasium:............................. Smith Road Complex Capacity:........................................................................ N/A Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:.............................................Dr. V. Scott Koerwer Director of Athletics:..................................... Brad Edwards Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(803) 321-5166 Ticket Office Phone:....................................(803) 321-5137 Head Coach:.................................................. Russell Triplett Alma Mater:.................................................Clemson, 2004 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants:............................................................Jay Snyder ................................................................... Tommy Williams ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(803) 321-5162 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 18-30 2010 League Record/Place:................................... 4-20/8th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Men’s Basketball SID:........................................Josh Manck Office Phone:...............................................(803) 321-5667 Office Fax:....................................................(803) 321-5169 E-Mail Address:........................ josh.manck@newberry.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:..................................www.newberrywolves.com

Last Season’s Results vs. BC April 16, 2010 * Newberry, S.C. * Game One Derek Ham went two for four with two RBIs and the Tornados scored three runs in the ninth inning but the Brevard College baseball team fell to Newberry College, 11-4, on Friday night in game one of a three game South Atlantic Conference series at the Smith Road Complex. Score by Innings Brevard Newberry

000 000 103 313 002 20X

R H E 4 5 2 11 19 0

April 17, 2010 * Newberry, S.C. * Game Two Brevard scored four runs in the top of the third as Jackie Corn drove a basesloaded single down the left field line, but the Scarlet and Gray’s offense exploded in the bottom of the fourth, scoring 10 runs as Scott Horvath hit a two-run shot to take game two of the series, 16-4. Score by Innings Brevard Newberry

004 000 000 110 (10)30 10X

R H E 4 11 2 16 20 2

April 17, 2010 * Newberry, S.C. * Game Three Brevard tied the game up in the top of the sixth inning at 4 apiece as Stephen Mullis and Kellen Moman hit back-to-back doubles, but Newberry loaded the bases in the bottom of the ninth and Horvath hit a walk-off bunt single, scoring Terrence Gray as the Wolves completed the series sweep, 5-4. Score by Innings Brevard Newberry

102 001 000 110 020 001

R H E 4 8 1 5 12 0

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2011 BC Baseball Opponents Tusculum College

April 1-2, 2011 - Greeneville, Tenn. * 7 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

Doug Jones Head Coach

Tyler Collins RHP * R/R * Sr.

General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:.....................................................Tusculum, Tenn. Founded:...................................................................... 1794 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,500 Nickname:.............................................................. Pioneers School Colors:..............................................Black & Orange Home Gymnasium:.......................................... Pioneer Park Capacity:..................................................................... 2,500 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:.................................................Dr. Nancy Moody Director of Athletics:...................................Frankie DeBusk Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(423) 636-7300 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:....................................................... Doug Jones Alma Mater:.......................................Gardner-Webb, 1993 Record at School (Years):.................................434-261 (14) Career Record (Years):.....................................434-261 (14) Assistants:........................................................ Todd Ireland .......................................................................Kenny Lawson .....................................................................Brandon Steele Baseball Office Phone:................................(423) 636-7322 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 30-18 2010 League Record/Place:................................. 13-11/5th 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Baseball SID:................................................. Dom Donnelly Office Phone:...............................................(423) 636-7326 Office Fax:....................................................(423) 636-7370 E-Mail Address:...........................ddonnelly@tusculum.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:............................... www.tusculumpioneers.com

February 26, 2010 * Greeneville, Tenn. * Game One Kellen Moman connected on his fifth home run in the first six games of the 2010 season, but Tusculum pitcher Tyler Collins struck out 10 Tornados in six innings as Brevard fell in the first game of the weekend series to the Pioneers, 9-4. Score by Innings Brevard Tusculum

001 010 020 103 230 00X

R H E 4 10 5 9 9 2

February 27, 2010 * Greeneville, Tenn. * Game Two Brennan Daniels gave the Tornados seven and a third innings’ worth of work on the mound and Kramer Clark hit a leadoff home run in the top of the fourth, but Sean Cotton drove home Nate Grabowski in the bottom of the eighth to give the host Pioneers the 2-1 victory in the first game of the doubleheader. Score by Innings Brevard Tusculum

000 100 000 010 000 01X

R H E 1 6 1 2 10 0

February 27, 2010 * Greeneville, Tenn. * Game Three Mathew Pruitt threw a complete game, scattering four Pioneers hits through seven innings and Brevard broke things open in the fourth inning, scoring three runs on a pair of Tusculum errors as the Tornados won their first SAC game of the season, 4-3. Score by Innings Brevard Tusculum

001 300 0 000 110 1

R H E 4 6 1 3 4 4

Wingate University

April 15-16, 2011 - Wingate, N.C. * 6 p.m., 1 & 4 p.m.

Jeff Gregory Head Coach

Chris Vazquez SS * R/R * Jr.

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General Information

Last Season’s Results vs. BC

Location:........................................................ Wingate, N.C. Founded:...................................................................... 1896 Enrollment:................................................................. 2,150 Nickname:...............................................................Bulldogs School Colors:....................................Navy Blue & Old Gold Home Gymnasium:................................... Cannon Complex Capacity:..................................................................... 1,000 Affiliation:...................................................NCAA Division II Conference:...................................................South Atlantic President:...................................................Dr. Jerry McGee Director of Athletics:.......................................Steve Poston Athletic Dept. Phone:..................................(704) 233-8194 Ticket Office Phone:...................................................... N/A Head Coach:...................................................... Jeff Gregory Alma Mater:................................................. Wingate, 2000 Record at School (Years):............................................... N/A Career Record (Years):................................................... N/A Assistants):............................................................. Ben Hall ............................................................................ Eric Brown ............................................................................................. Baseball Office Phone:................................(704) 233-8381 2010 Overall Record:.................................................. 29-19 2010 League Record/Place:....................................19-5/1st 2010 Postseason:........................................................... N/A Starters Returning:........................................................ N/A Lettermen Returning/Lost:........................................... N/A Men’s Basketball SID:................................ David Sherwood Office Phone:...............................................(704) 233-8186 Office Fax:...................................................................... N/A E-Mail Address:.............................dsherwod@wingate.edu Press Row Phone:.......................................................... N/A Web Site:.................................. www.wingatebulldogs.com

March 19, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game One Dodson McPherson took a Brennan Daniels’ offering over the right field wall in the top of the first as Wingate never trailed in the series opener at Gil Coan Field, recording the 3-1 victory. Score by Innings Wingate Brevard

200 000 010 000 100 000

R H E 3 8 2 1 7 1

March 20, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Two Shane Galloway went six and a third innings in the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader, allowing one run on six hits, but Wingate starting pitcher Chris Nelson scattered three Brevard hits over nine innings as the Bulldogs opened up Sunda action with the 2-0 victory. Score by Innings Wingate Brevard

000 000 101 000 000 000

R H E 2 8 0 0 3 1

March 20, 2010 * Brevard, N.C. * Game Three Wingate scored three unearned runs in the top of the second, paving way to a six run inning as the Bulldogs chased Brevard starting pitcher Jacob White from the game as the Tornados fell in the series sweep, 9-0. Score by Innings Wingate Brevard

061 100 1 000 000 0

R H E 9 12 0 0 3 2


2010 BC Baseball Season in Review With 24 underclassmen on the team, Coach Todd Anderson knew the season would be one of growing for the 2010 Brevard College baseball team, but the team showed promise throughout the season, competing with everyone they faced on the field and capped the season with a victory over the eventual South Atlantic Conference tournament champion Catawba. Brevard finished with a 9-35 overall record, going 2-22 against South Atlantic Conference competition. The Tornados went 5-16 at Gil Coan Field on the season, recording a three-game winning streak at home at one point. The Tornados opened the season on a seven Ron Patterson tracks the ball off the game skid, falling to Anderson, Erskine, Mars Hill bat in a game against North Greenville and Tusculum, before rebounding in the third game of their series at Pioneer Field. Brevard took the lead in the third inning of the game against Tusculum as Stephen Mullis scored on Kellen Moman’s RBI single to right field, before scoring three runs in the fourth, benefitting from two Pioneers errors. Mathew Pruitt pitched a complete game, going all seven innings while getting two strikeouts in the victory. Brevard fell in their next series to Lincoln Memorial, as the Railsplitters took all three games on Gil Coan Field, but Brevard turned around to rally, sweeping visiting Indiana University of Pennsylvania on March 9th, recording a 12-11 victory behind Mullis’ game-winning RBI, then took the second game 11-9 as Jackie Corn supplied the offense, with a pair of home runs including the game-winner in the bottom of the sixth to give the Tornados the win. Buoyed by their victories, the Tornados took their next game, avenging an earlier defeat to the Anderson Trojans as Pruitt drove in three runs and Joseph Lepore recorded his second victory on the mound in two days as the Tornados won 4-3.

The Tornados fell in their next series to SAC opponent Lenoir-Rhyne, before hosting Milligan on March 16th at home. Brevard put up five runs in both the first and the third innings and Mullis drove two Buffaloes pitches out of the park to stake the Tornados to the lead as Shane Galloway went six innings for his first win of the season as the Tornados defeated the Buffaloes 13-9.

Brevard recorded its next victory on March 24th on the road in Bristol, Va. against Virginia Intermont. After dropping the first game of the doubleheader to the Cobras, the Tornados exploded, putting 15 runs on the board for their highest offensive output of the season. Mullis again was the offensive hero in the

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game, driving in six runs in the contest, including a bases-clearing double in the top of the first and Galloway received his second win of the season.

The Tornados would struggle for the remainder of March heading into April, dropping their next nine games before the rematch on Senior Day against Virginia Intermont held on Gil Coan Field. The Cobras again took the first game of the contest, 9-7. In game two, Virginia Intermont went up 4-0 after the first inning, but the Tornados rallied back with runs in the first, second and fourth innings before Ron Patterson scored the go-ahead run in the fifth, coming in to score on Vance Crook’s sacrifice fly as the Tornados took the second game, 9-6.

Jacob Koontz rocks and fires in one of his 22 appearances on the season

Galloway took the mound for the Tornados in their next game as Brevard traveled to Salisbury, N.C. to take on #26-ranked Catawba College. Moman drove a two-run shot over the right centerfield fence and Mullis drove in three runs as well, as the Tornados staked Galloway to a 10-1 lead. The senior from Rosman, N.C. went the distance in the game, striking out eight and surviving a late rally by the Indians as Brevard defeated Catawba 10-6. Brevard finished up the season with one final victory as the Tornados traveled to Bristol, Tenn. to take on King College. Brett Brinson drove in a pair of runs with a double down the left field line in the sixth inning and Eric Renegar and Kramer Clark each had RBI singles as the Tornados took the first game of the doubleheader. Brennan Daniels received his second win of the season, going six innings, allowing two runs on seven hits. Mullis led the team in most statistical categories on the offensive side, leading the team with a .377 batting average, with 61 hits, 35 runs scored, 18 doubles and 103 total bases. Mullis and Corn tied for the overall team lead in home runs with eight apiece and Moman led the team in RBIs, driving in 36 on the season. Mullis was also recognized among the SAC offensive leaders in doubles, finishing up the regular season tied for third overall. On the mound, Galloway led the way, recording a 7.40 earned run average with two complete games out of his three victories. Relief ace Jacob Koontz led the Tornados with 22 appearances, while Jacob White led the team with 11 games started and 42 strikeouts. The Tornados lose six seniors out of this year’s team, including Galloway, Crook, Corn, M.A. Dozier, Michael Calhoun and Austin McCullough, but return the bats of Mullis, Moman and Pruitt among others as the Tornados will look for their youth to grow from this season with the ultimate goal of earning a South Atlantic Conference Tournament Berth.

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Name

2010 Brevard College Baseball Roster

Pos.

Kody Miller LHP Darren Olivo IF Ronald Patterson OF Kramer Clark IF Eric Renegar IF Josh Case IF M.A. Dozier RHP/OF Ben Pacey IF Derek Ham IF Matthew Ennis C Jacob Koontz RHP Mathew Pruitt RHP/IF Joseph Lepore RHP David Kaplan RHP Tommy Yearty RHP Michael Calhoun IF Evan Dechant RHP Shane Galloway LHP Austin McCullough IF Vance Crook IF Kellen Moman OF/RHP Brennan Daniels RHP Aaron Reese IF Casey Burnette RHP Stephen Mullis IF Brett Brinson IF Brandon Stoots IF Hunter Yarborough IF Alexander Litaker RHP Jacob White RHP Jesse Reid RHP Jackie Corn IF/C Payne Parker LHP Michael Axe Alex Bedenbaugh Christian Easter Tyler Parker Parker Umbra

Cl.

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

Hometown

Lebanon, Va. Glen Allen, Va. Gloversville, N.Y. Candler, N.C. Stuart, Va. Charlotte, N.C. Cumming, Ga. Swain County, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Hernando, Fla. Woodleaf, N.C. Hendersonville, N.C. Beverly Hills, Fla. Miami, Fla. Satellite Beach, Fla. Florence, S.C. Asheville, N.C. Rosman, N.C. West Columbia, S.C. West Union, S.C. Greenville, S.C. Statesville, N.C. Black Mountain, N.C. Franklin, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Albemarle, N.C. Goose Creek, S.C. Gastonia, N.C. Salisbury, N.C. Elkin, N.C. Powhatan, Va. Hendersonville, N.C. Florence, S.C. Kernersville, N.C. Prosperity, S.C. Mount Airy, N.C. Charlotte, N.C. Sidney, N.Y.

Head Coach: Todd Anderson (East Tennessee State, 1998) Assistant Coach: Matt Mabe (Brevard, 2005)

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Previous School

Lebanon High School J.R. Tucker Herkimer CC Gardner-Webb Univ. Patrick County HS Ardrey Kell HS Forsyth Central High School Swain County High School Ardrey Kell HS Lecanto HS West Rowan High School Western Carolina University Lecanto HS Westminster Christian High School Brevard Community College The Byrnes School Blue Ridge CC Rosman HS Camden Military Middle Georgia Junior College J.L. Mann High School Statesville HS Owen HS Franklin High School West Mecklenburg High School West Stanley HS Northwoods Academy Ashbrook HS East Rowan HS Surry Central High School Patrick Henry CC Western Carolina University Erskine College


2010 BC Baseball Season in Review

2010 Games Started by Position

2010 Results Date

Opponent

@ Anderson 3-15 L @ Erskine 5-16 L Mars Hill* 4-12 L Mars Hill* 12-13 L Mars Hill* 6-22 L @ Tusculum* 4-9 L @ Tusculum* 1-2 L @ Tusculum* 4-3 W Lincoln Memorial* 4-13 L Lincoln Memorial* 4-6 L Lincoln Memorial* 13-27 L IUP 12-11 W IUP 11-9 W Anderson 4-3 W @ Lenoir-Rhyne* 7-25 L @ Lenoir-Rhyne* 12-18 L @ Lenoir-Rhyne* 1-6 L Milligan 13-9 W Wingate* 1-3 L Wingate* 0-2 L Wingate* 0-9 L Erskine 7-14 L @ Virginia Intermont 5-6 L @ Virginia Intermont 15-7 W Carson-Newman* 13-15 L Carson-Newman* 0-6 L Carson-Newman* 3-12 L @ Milligan 5-9 L @ Milligan 1-13 L @ North Greenville 2-14 L @ North Greenville 4-5 L @ North Greenville 0-8 L Virginia Intermont 7-9 L Virginia Intermont 9-6 W @ Catawba* 10-6 W @ Catawba* 2-6 L @ Catawba* 6-7 L North Greenville 3-8 L North Greenville 3-8 L @ Newberry* 4-11 L @ Newberry* 4-16 L @ Newberry* 4-5 L

Feb. 10 Feb. 16 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 27 Mar. 6 Mar. 6 Mar. 7 Mar. 9 Mar. 9 Mar. 10 Mar. 13 Mar. 14 Mar. 14 Mar. 16 Mar. 19 Mar. 20 Mar. 20 Mar. 23 Mar. 24 Mar. 24 Mar. 26 Mar. 27 Mar. 27 Mar. 31 Mar. 31 Apr. 2 Apr. 3 Apr. 3 Apr. 7 Apr. 7 Apr. 9 Apr. 10 Apr. 10 Apr. 13 Apr. 13 Apr. 16 Apr. 17 Apr. 17

Result

Patterson - 43 Ham - 1 Moman - 38 Mullis - 5 Clark - 1

Clark - 34 Pruitt - 5 Ham - 2 Pacey - 1 McCullough - 1

Renegar - 43 Clark - 1

DH: Crook - 16 Pruitt - 10 Calhoun - 7 Dozier - 4 Mullis - 2 Pacey - 2 Moman - 1 Ennis - 1 Corn - 1

White - 11 Daniels - 10 Pruitt - 8 Lepore - 6 Galloway - 6 Koontz - 2 Burnette - 1

Pruitt - 20 Case - 13 Brinson - 11

Dozier - 19 Mullis - 9 Ham - 9 Clark - 6 Moman 1

Mullis - 28 Corn - 16

Corn - 27 Ennis - 17

Overall............. 9-35 Conference.......... 2-22 Non-Conference...... 7-13 Home games.......... 5-16 Away games.......... 4-19 Neutral site........ 0-0 Day games........... 8-33 Night games......... 1-2 vs Left starter..... 1-6 vs Right starter.... 8-29 1-Run games......... 3-6 2-Run games......... 1-5 5+Run games......... 1-22 Extra innings....... 0-3 Shutouts............ 0-4 Scoring 0-2 runs.... 0-11 ....... 3-5 runs.... 3-15 ....... 6-9 runs.... 1-5 ....... 10+ runs.... 5-4 Opponent 0-2 runs... 1-2 ........ 3-5 runs... 2-3 ........ 6-9 runs... 5-13 ........ 10+ runs... 1-17 Scored in 1st inning 5-9 Opp. scored in 1st.. 4-16 Scores first........ 5-9 Opp. scores first... 4-26

Win-Loss Record When

After 6 leading..... 8-4 ....... trailing.... 1-25 ....... tied........ 0-4 After 7 leading..... 3-2 ....... trailing.... 0-11 ....... tied........ 0-3 After 8 leading..... 3-2 ....... trailing.... 0-13 ....... tied........ 0-1

Hit 0 home runs..... 4-16 ... 1 home run...... 3-14 ... 2+ home runs.... 2-5

Opponent 0 home runs 5-10 ........ 1 home run. 4-15 ........ 2+ HRs..... 0-10

Made 0 errors....... 0-4 .... 1 error........ 3-14 .... 2+ errors...... 6-17

Opp. made 0 errors.. 2-15 ......... 1 error... 1-14 ......... 2+ errors. 6-6

Out-hit opponent.... 7-6 Out-hit by opponent. 2-27 Hits are tied....... 0-2

Runs W-L

0 0-4

1 0-4

Record when team scores 2 3 4 5 0-3 0-4 2-8 1-3

6 0-2

7 0-3

8 0-0

9 1-0

Runs W-L

0 0-0

1 0-0

Record when opponent scores 2 3 4 5 6 1-2 2-1 0-0 0-2 2-5

7 1-1

8 0-3

9 10+ 2-4 1-17

Inn. W-L

1 4-7

2 4-7

Record when leading after 3 4 5 6 6-8 5-5 6-5 8-4

8 3-2

Final Record (9-35, 2-22 SAC)

Inn. W-L

Record when trailing after 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 2-13 1-23 2-25 3-25 1-25 1-25 0-11 0-13

Home events are in bold. * - indicates SAC game

Inn. W-L

1 3-15

Inning-by-inning 1 Brevard 38 Opponents 35

9 8 36

EX Total 0 235 2 438

Apr. 20 Apr. 20

@ King @ King

5-2 W 2-12 L

7 3-2

2 4-5

Record when tied after 3 4 5 6 1-2 1-5 2-3 0-4

7 0-3

8 0-1

2 26 67

3 31 47

7 18 26

8 3 15

4 28 97

5 45 64

6 38 49

10+ 5-4

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2010 BC Baseball Season in Review

Batting Statistics Player Darren Olivo Stephen Mullis Derek Ham Kellen Moman Vance Crook Kramer Clark Eric Renegar Jackie Corn Matthew Ennis Mathew Pruitt Brett Brinson Ronald Patterson Michael Calhoun M.A. Dozier Ben Pacey Josh Case Austin McCullough Aaron Reese Totals Opponents

AVG .400 .377 .341 .338 .320 .318 .313 .297 .276 .250 .238 .236 .219 .164 .154 .125 .000 .000 .290 .373

GP-GS AB R 8-0 5 1 44-44 162 35 22-12 41 7 40-40 148 25 21-16 50 8 42-42 157 27 44-43 163 31 44-44 145 27 25-18 58 10 36-35 112 25 19-11 42 4 43-43 144 21 17-7 32 2 31-23 67 7 8-4 13 2 19-13 40 3 1-1 1 0 2-0 0 0 44-44 1380 235 44-44 1496 438

H 2B 2 0 61 18 14 0 50 14 16 3 50 11 51 10 43 11 16 3 28 5 10 4 34 6 7 1 11 3 2 0 5 1 0 0 0 0 400 90 558 126

3B 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 20

HR 0 8 0 7 0 4 2 8 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 34 43

RBI 0 35 7 36 7 27 16 25 9 23 7 17 3 3 0 5 0 0 220 399

TB 2 103 14 85 19 73 69 80 19 45 14 45 8 14 2 6 0 0 598 853

SLG% .400 .636 .341 .574 .380 .465 .423 .552 .328 .402 .333 .313 .250 .209 .154 .150 .000 .000 .433 .570

BB HBP SO GDP OB% 0 0 1 0 .400 15 1 28 1 .430 0 1 2 1 .357 8 2 48 1 .375 9 1 10 2 .426 12 3 23 1 .376 18 0 24 1 .379 16 8 32 0 .392 10 2 19 0 .394 11 5 26 0 .338 5 1 13 1 .320 13 6 22 1 .325 3 0 17 0 .286 8 2 15 0 .273 1 1 2 0 .267 2 0 13 0 .159 0 0 0 0 .000 1 0 0 0 1.000 132 33 295 9 .362 185 38 191 9 .448

SF 0 1 0 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 15 25

SH SB-ATT 0 0-0 0 3-3 1 2-2 0 0-1 0 0-0 3 1-3 6 6-6 0 0-0 0 1-1 1 1-1 0 0-0 4 5-5 0 0-0 1 1-1 0 1-1 1 0-0 0 0-0 0 1-1 17 22-25 30 75-95

LOB - Team (315), Opp (350). DPs turned - Team (26), Opp (40). CI - Team (1), M. Ennis 1, Opp (1). IBB - Team (3), S. Mullis2, K. Moman 1, Opp (8). Picked off - R. Patterson 2, K. Clark 1, D. Ham 1, E. Renegar 1.

Pitching Statistics Player ERA W-L APP GS CG SHO/CBO Stephen Mullis 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 Alexander Litaker 0.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 Shane Galloway 7.40 3-4 10 6 2 0/0 Brennan Daniels 7.99 2-6 13 10 0 0/0 Mathew Pruitt 8.72 1-5 11 8 1 0/0 Jacob Koontz 8.77 0-3 22 2 0 0/0 Jacob White 9.35 0-10 16 11 1 0/0 Josh Case 9.77 1-2 10 0 0 0/0 Kody Miller 10.50 0-0 6 0 0 0/0 Joseph Lepore 10.98 2-3 14 6 0 0/0 David Kaplan 13.50 0-0 10 0 0 0/0 Evan Dechant 13.50 0-1 1 0 0 0/0 Casey Burnette 14.81 0-1 8 1 0 0/0 Tommy Yearty 15.85 0-0 14 0 0 0/0 Jessie Reid 99.00 0-0 1 0 0 0/0 Totals 9.66 9-35 44 44 4 0/0 Opponents 5.20 35-9 44 44 10 4/0

SV IP 0 0.2 0 0.0 0 45.0 1 50.2 1 43.1 1 40.0 0 51.0 1 15.2 0 6.0 1 39.1 0 10.0 0 1.1 0 10.1 0 15.1 0 0.1 5 329.0 4 342.2

H 1 1 67 84 59 70 89 23 14 74 20 4 16 34 2 558 400

R 0 0 43 58 48 55 71 21 11 53 18 3 19 33 5 438 235

ER BB SO 2B 3B 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 37 13 25 18 4 45 29 21 15 4 42 29 22 13 0 39 21 31 12 3 53 25 42 21 2 17 11 11 6 0 7 6 3 2 0 48 17 8 14 5 15 9 5 7 0 2 0 2 2 0 17 12 10 4 0 27 11 11 10 2 4 2 0 1 0 353 185 191 126 20 198 132 295 90 3

HR AB B/Avg WP HBP BK SFA SHA 0 3 .333 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 1.000 0 0 0 0 0 6 196 .342 4 5 0 5 7 5 222 .378 8 4 0 4 5 7 178 .331 2 4 0 2 7 3 188 .372 7 7 0 2 1 7 245 .363 10 6 0 2 4 0 63 .365 1 1 0 2 2 1 31 .452 2 0 0 2 1 7 179 .413 2 2 0 3 3 1 51 .392 1 2 0 1 0 0 9 .444 0 0 0 0 0 1 45 .356 5 2 0 1 0 4 82 .415 4 4 0 1 0 1 3 .667 0 1 0 0 0 43 1496 .373 48 38 0 25 30 34 1380 .290 27 33 0 15 17

PB - Team (25), J. Corn 13, M. Ennis 12, Opp (12). Pickoffs - Team (2), S. Galloway 1, J. White 1, Opp (5). SBA/ATT - J. Corn (39-53), M. Ennis (36-42), B. Daniels (14-20), J. White (17-18), M. Pruitt (13-16), T. Yearty (9-10), J. Lepore (6-8), J. Koontz (6-7), J. Case (3-5), C. Burnette (2-4), S. Galloway (4-4), D. Kaplan (1-2), K. Miller (0-1). Fielding Statistics Player C M.A. Dozier 25 Jacob White 20 Ben Pacey 13 Shane Galloway 11 Brennan Daniels 10 Jacob Koontz 9 Darren Olivo 7 Joseph Lepore 6 Michael Calhoun 5 David Kaplan 3 Tommy Yearty 3 Jessie Reid 1 Stephen Mullis 243 Derek Ham 36 Ronald Patterson 103 Kellen Moman 63 Jackie Corn 287 Matthew Ennis 101 Brett Brinson 33 Kramer Clark 182 Eric Renegar 183 Josh Case 37 Mathew Pruitt 75 Austin McCullough 2 Vance Crook 1 Casey Burnette 0 Kody Miller 0 Alexander Litaker 0 Aaron Reese 0 Evan Dechant 0 Totals 1459 Opponents 1477

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PO 24 5 8 0 4 3 3 2 5 0 1 0 221 29 98 57 252 88 9 76 69 11 22 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 987 1028

A 1 15 5 11 6 6 4 4 0 3 2 1 18 6 2 4 25 9 22 87 94 20 40 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 386 400

E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 3 2 10 4 2 19 20 6 13 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 86 49

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 .984 .972 .971 .968 .965 .960 .939 .896 .891 .838 .827 .500 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .000 .941 .967

DPs 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 1 0 0 11 0 3 13 17 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26 40

SBA 0 17 0 4 14 6 0 6 0 1 9 0 0 0 0 0 39 36 0 0 0 3 13 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 75 22

CSB 0 1 0 0 6 1 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 14 6 0 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 1 0 0 0 20 3

SBA% --- .944 --- 1.000 .700 .857 --- .750 --- .500 .900 --- --- --- --- --- .736 .857 --- --- --- .600 .813 --- --- .500 .000 --- --- --- .789 .880

PB 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 25 12

CI 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 1 1


Individual Single Game Records (Since 2008) At-Bats 1. 7................ Eric Renegar, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 7............... Kramer Clark, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 3. 6..................... Mathew Pruitt, Feb. 15, 2009, Mercyhurst College 6............ Stephen Mullis, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 6................................ Eric Renegar, Apr. 9, 2010, Catawba College 6. 5..................... One hundred thirty-three with 5 at-bats in a game Runs scored 1. 4.......................... Stephen Mullis, Mar. 16, 2010, Milligan College 4.......... Mathew Pruitt, Mar. 24, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 3. 3..................................... Seventeen with 3 runs scored in a game Hits 1. 5................. Jackie Corn, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 2. 4...................................... Mitch Hefner, Feb. 19, 2008, USC Aiken 4............. Kellen Moman, Mar. 14, 2010, Lenoir-Rhyne University 4.......................... Stephen Mullis, Mar. 16, 2010, Milligan College 4......... Stephen Mullis, Mar. 24, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 4................ Eric Renegar, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 4.................. Jackie Corn, Apr. 7, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 8. 3............................................................ Fifty with 3 hits in a game Doubles 1. 2......................................... Twenty-one with 2 doubles in a game Triples 1. 1.................................... Tyler Wilson, Feb. 9, 2008, Coker College 1..................... Stephen Mullis, Feb. 16, 2008, Wingate University 1...................... Brice Warner, Feb. 28, 2008, Anderson University 1.................. Stephen Mullis, Feb. 7, 2009, Ohio Valley University 1...................... Brice Warner, Feb. 8, 2009, Ohio Valley University 1........................ Spencer Linn, Feb. 14, 2009, Mercyhurst College 1........ Ronald Patterson, Mar. 9, 2010, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania 1.................. Jackie Corn, Apr. 7, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 1..................................... Eric Renegar, Apr. 20, 2010, King College Home Runs 1. 2.......................... Brice Warner, Mar. 22, 2008, Newberry College 2............................... Josh Miller, Mar. 31, 2009, Mars Hill College 2......................... Kellen Moman, Feb. 20, 2010, Mars Hill College 2................. Jackie Corn, Mar. 9, 2010, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania 2.......................... Stephen Mullis, Mar. 16, 2010, Milligan College 6. 1............................................ Sixty-six with 1 home run in a game Runs Batted In 1. 6 Justin Frady, Feb. 9, 2008, Lander University 6 Kellen Moman, Feb. 20, 2010, Mars Hill College 6 Stephen Mullis, Mar. 24, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 4. 5 Josh Miller, Mar. 31, 2009, Mars Hill College 5 Jason Merrill, Apr. 11, 2009, North Greenville University 5 Stephen Mullis, Mar. 16, 2010, Milligan College 7. 4 Six with 4 RBIs in a game Walks 1. 4..................... Brice Warner, Mar. 5, 2008, Ohio Valley University 2. 3.......... Luke Lovelace, Mar. 2, 2008, Lincoln Memorial University 3......... Stephen Mullis, Apr. 11, 2008, North Greenville University 3............... Josh Miller, Apr. 12, 2008, North Greenville University 3.................. Stephen Mullis, Feb. 8, 2009, Ohio Valley University 3................................... Brice Warner, Feb. 24, 2009, King College 3........... Brice Warner, Apr. 11, 2009, North Greenville University 8. 2................................................. Fifty-four with 2 walks in a game Hit By Pitch 1. 2............... Josh Miller, Feb. 12, 2008, North Greenville University 2............... Josh Miller, Apr. 11, 2008, North Greenville University 2............ Mathew Pruitt, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 4. 1................... One hundred and nine with 1 hit by pitch in a game Strikeouts 1. 4.............................. Zac Williams, Mar. 9, 2008, Catawba College 4.............................. Matt Rose, Mar. 21, 2008, Newberry College 4.............. Jackie Corn, Mar. 6, 2010, Lincoln Memorial University 4......................... Matthew Ennis, Apr. 10, 2010, Catawba College 4........................ Kellen Moman, Apr. 16, 2010, Newberry College 6. 3................................... Twenty-three with 3 strikeouts in a game Sacrifice Hits 1. 3........... Spencer Linn, Mar. 24, 2009, North Greenville University 2. 2.............. Zac Williams, Feb. 10, 2008, Francis Marion University 2........................ Stephen Mullis, Mar. 16, 2008, Mars Hill College 2............................. Brice Warner, Apr. 6, 2008, Tusculum College 5. 1................................... Forty-seven with 1 sacrifice hit in a game SAcrifice Flies 1. 2............ Brett Brinson, Mar. 24, 2010, Virginia Intermont College 2. 1................................. Thirty-five with 1 sacrifice fly hit in a game

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Stolen Bases 1. 2.......... Luke Lovelace, Feb. 12, 2008, North Greenville University 2...................... Spencer Linn, Feb. 28, 2008, Anderson University 2........................ Brice Warner, Feb. 14, 2009, Mercyhurst College 2...................... Ronald Patterson, Mar. 16, 2010, Milligan College 5. 1........................................ Fifty-four with 1 stolen base in a game

Home Runs given up 1. 4........................ Shane Galloway, Apr. 18, 2009, Catawba College 2. 3............ Shane Galloway, Feb. 24, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 3........................... Mathew Pruitt, Apr. 21, 2009, Milligan College 3...................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 16, 2010, Newberry College 5. 2............................. Sixteen with 2 home runs given up in a game

Caught Stealing 1. 1..................................... Fifteen with 1 caught stealing in a game

Wild Pitches 1. 4................. Ryan Toney, Feb. 10, 2008, Francis Marion University 4.......... Brennan Daniels, Mar. 26, 2010, Carson-Newman College 4............................ Jacob White, Apr. 17, 2010, Newberry College 4. 3.............................. Payne Parker, Apr. 23, 2008, Milligan College 3............................... Ryan Toney, Mar. 7, 2009, Tusculum College 3.......... Tommy Yearty, Mar. 7, 2010, Lincoln Memorial University 3........... Casey Burnette, Mar. 27, 2010, Carson-Newman College 3............................. Jacob Koontz, Mar. 31, 2010, Milligan College 9. 2....................................... Eighteen with 2 wild pitches in a game

Innings Pitched 1. 9.0.................. Shane Galloway, Mar. 22, 2008, Newberry College 9.0....................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 9, 2010, Catawba College 3. 8.2....... Seth Laughter, Mar. 1, 2008, Lincoln Memorial University 8.2....................... Spencer Linn, Mar. 21, 2008, Newberry College 8.2................................. Seth Laughter, Apr. 8, 2008, King College 6. 8.0..................... Ryan Toney, Mar. 5, 2008, Ohio Valley University 8.0........... Seth Laughter, Mar. 30, 2008, Carson-Newman College 8.0............................ Spencer Linn, Apr. 25, 2008, Erskine College 9. 7.2...................... Ryan Toney, Mar. 20, 2008, Anderson University 7.2............... Brennan Daniels, Mar. 19, 2010, Wingate University Hits Allowed 1. 15........................ Spencer Linn, Mar. 21, 2008, Newberry College 2. 14...................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 18, 2009, Catawba College 14.................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 16, 2010, Newberry College 4. 13...................... Seth Laughter, Mar. 22, 2008, Newberry College 13.... Brennan Daniels, Mar. 6, 2010, Lincoln Memorial University 13............................ Jacob Koontz, Mar. 23, 2010, Erskine College 7. 12......................................... Eight with 12 hits allowed in a game Runs given up 1. 11....... Mathew Pruitt, Mar. 7, 2010, Lincoln Memorial University 2. 10........................... Spencer Linn, Feb. 9, 2008, Lander University 10............... Spencer Linn, Feb. 23, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 10................. Shane Galloway, Mar. 29, 2009, Wingate University 10........ Brennan Daniels, Mar. 14, 2010, Lenoir-Rhyne University 6. 9............................................. Ten with 9 runs given up in a game Earned Runs given up 1. 10............... Spencer Linn, Feb. 23, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 10................. Shane Galloway, Mar. 29, 2009, Wingate University 10....... Mathew Pruitt, Mar. 7, 2010, Lincoln Memorial University 4. 9.................................. Seth Laughter, Feb. 9, 2008, Coker College 9...................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 16, 2010, Newberry College 9............................ Jacob White, Apr. 17, 2010, Newberry College 7. 8............................... Eight with 8 earned runs given up in a game Walks given up 1. 7........................ Ryan Toney, Mar. 20, 2008, Anderson University 2. 6.......................... Mathew Pruitt, Apr. 10, 2010, Catawba College 3. 5......................... Ryan Toney, Feb. 28, 2008, Anderson University 5.............................. Spencer Linn, Mar. 9, 2008, Catawba College 5................................ Ryan Toney, Mar. 25, 2008, Milligan College 5.................................. Ryan Toney, Apr. 26, 2008, Erskine College 5...................... Brennan Daniels, Feb. 20, 2010, Mars Hill College 5.......... Shane Galloway, Mar. 9, 2010, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania 5...... Brennan Daniels, APr. 13, 2010, North Greenville University 10. 4............................ Thirteen tied with 4 walks given up in a game Strikeouts 1. 11.................................. Seth Laughter, Apr. 8, 2008, King College 2. 10......... Spencer Linn, Mar. 24, 2009, North Greenville University 3. 9.................................. Spencer Linn, Mar. 5, 2009, Davis & Elkins 4. 8........................ Ryan Toney, Mar. 5, 2008, Ohio Valley University 8.................. Seth Laughter, Apr. 15, 2008, North Georgia College 8.......................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 9, 2010, Catawba College 7. 7.................................................... Six with 7 strikeouts in a game Doubles given up 1. 6.............................. Jacob Koontz, Mar. 23, 2010, Erskine College 2. 5....... Shane Galloway, Apr. 11, 2009, North Greenville University 3. 4............................. Spencer Linn, Feb. 9, 2008, Lander University 4.......................... Spencer Linn, Mar. 21, 2008, Newberry College 4............. Seth Laughter, Mar. 30, 2008, Carson-Newman College 4.......... Brennan Daniels, Mar. 14, 2010, Lenoir-Rhyne University 4.......................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 9, 2010, Catawba College 4...................... Shane Galloway, Apr. 16, 2010, Newberry College 9. 3............................ Seventeen with 3 doubles given up in a game Triples given up 1. 3................................. Joseph Lepore, Apr. 20, 2010, King College 2. 2................ Spencer Linn, Feb. 23, 2008, Lenoir-Rhyne University 2................. Brennan Daniels, Feb. 10, 2010, Anderson University 2.............. Jacob Koontz, Mar. 9, 2010, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania 5. 1................................. Thirty-two with 1 triple given up in a game

Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 3................. Seth Laughter, Apr. 5, 2009, Carson-Newman College 2. 2................................ Nine with 2 hit by pitch given up in a game Putouts 1. 16............................. Jackie Corn, Mar. 8, 2009, Tusculum College 2. 14.......................... Justin Frady, Mar. 22, 2008, Newberry College 14...................................... Seth Corliss, Apr. 8, 2008, King College 14..................... Stephen Mullis, Apr. 17, 2010, Newberry College 14............................. Jackie Corn, Mar. 7, 2009, Tusculum College 14.................. Jackie Corn, Apr. 4, 2009, Carson-Newman College 7. 12................. Matt Rose, Mar. 29, 2008, Carson-Newman College 12...................... Jackie Corn, Feb. 8, 2009, Ohio Valley University 12............ Josh Miller, Mar. 24, 2009, North Greenville University 10. 11.............................................. Eleven with 11 putouts in a game Assists 1. 8...................... Mitch Hefner, Mar. 20, 2008, Anderson University 2. 7..................... Mitch Hefner, Mar. 5, 2008, Ohio Valley University 7............... Mitch Hefner, Mar. 29, 2008, Carson-Newman College 7....................... Matthew Pruitt, Feb. 21, 2009, Newberry College 7................................... Will Scholer, Apr. 7, 2009, Erskine College 7.......................... Kramer Clark, Apr. 17, 2010, Newberry College 7. 6........... Mitch Hefner, Mar. 1, 2008, Lincoln Memorial University 6........................ Adam Arrowood, Mar. 9, 2008, Catawba College 6....................... Ben Pacy, Mar. 22, 2009, Lenoir-Rhyne University 6............... Kramer Clark, Mar. 27, 2010, Carson-Newman College Errors 1. 3............................... Chris White, Feb. 9, 2008, Lander University 3.............................. Mitch Hefner, Apr. 23, 2008, Milligan College 3.......................... Will Scholer, Feb. 14, 2009, Mercyhurst College 4. 2.............................................. Twenty-six with 2 errors in a game Passed Balls 1. 4................... Matthew Ennis, Feb. 10, 2010, Anderson University 2. 2............................................... Five with 2 passed balls in a game


Individual Single Season Records (Since 2004) At-Bats 1. 198................................................................. Andrew Allen, 2006 2. 194................................................................. Luke Lovelace, 2007 3. 191..................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004 4. 188..................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2006 5. 181....................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006 6. 177..................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 7. 175.............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2006 8. 172..................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 172.................................................................. Spencer Linn, 2006 10. 167........................................................................... Ray Gill, 2004 Batting average (min 100 at-bats) 1. .423............................................................ Kody Hightower, 2006 2. .418.................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 3. .398................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007 4. .389.......................................................................... Ray Gill, 2004 5. .377.............................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2010 6. .361............................................................ Preston Roberts, 2005 7. .359...................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006 8. .358..................................................................... Josh Miller, 2007 9. .353............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2005 10. .344............................................................ Preston Roberts, 2004 Runs scored 1. 43............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2004 2. 42....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004 3. 41....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 4. 41...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007 5. 41................................................................... Luke Lovelace, 2007 6. 40............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2005 7. 39....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 8. 38.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2007 9. 37........................................................................ Travis Free, 2004 37..................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2005 Hits 1. 74....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 74................................................................ Kody Hightower, 2006 3. 66................................................................... Andrew Allen, 2006 4. 65............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2004 65......................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006 6. 64...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007 7. 63....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004 8. 62................................................................... Luke Lovelace, 2006 9. 61................................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2010 10. 57............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2005

Runs Batted In

On-base percentage (since 2008 season)

1.

69............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2004

1.

2.

49...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007

3.

48....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004

4.

45......................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006

5.

41............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2005

41....................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2006

.450.............................................................. Kellen Moman, 2009

2.

.430.............................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2010

3.

.426.................................................................. Vance Crook, 2010

4.

.403..................................................................... Josh Miller, 2008

5.

.398................................................................... Justin Frady, 2008

7.

39............................................................... Kody Hightower, 2006

6.

.397.............................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2009

8.

37............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2005

7.

.394.............................................................. Matthew Ennis, 2010

9.

36.................................................. Three with 36 RBIs in a season

8.

.392.................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010

9.

.386................................................................. Brice Warner, 2009

Total Bases

10. .383..................................................................... Josh Miller, 2009

1.

140.................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007

2.

138........................................................................... Ray Gill, 2004

3.

116..................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004

Sacrifice Hits

4.

114.............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2006

1.

5.

103............................................................... Stephen Mullis, 2010

2.

11..................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2004

6.

98.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2007

3.

10..................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2005

13.................................................................... Brandon Ball, 2006

7.

94....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005

8.

93.................................................................. Luke Lovelace, 2007

4.

8...................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

9.

92......................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006

5.

7............................................................... Brandon Fleming, 2006

92....................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2006

6.

6.......................................................................... Jose Mero, 2005

6........................................................................... Dan Short, 2006

6................................................................ Adam Arrowood, 2008

6...................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2009

6....................................................................... Eric Renegar, 2010

Slugging Percentage 1.

.826.......................................................................... Ray Gill, 2004

2.

.677................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007

3.

.674.................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004

4.

.651............................................................ Kody Hightower, 2006

5.

.636.............................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2010

SAcrifice Flies

6.

.576............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2005

1.

7.

.574............................................................... Kellen Moman, 2010

2.

5....................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2004

8.

.570.......................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005

3.

3......................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004

9.

.557............................................................ Preston Roberts, 2005

3........................................................................ Dusty Stepp, 2004

3........................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006 3..................................................................... Andrew Allen, 2006

10. .552.................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010

6................................................................. Preston Roberts, 2005

Walks

1.

34............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2005

3.................................................................... Shawn Hassler, 2006

2.

31...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007

3...................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

3.

27.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

9.

2...................................... Twenty with 2 sacrifice flies in a season

4.

25............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2004

25.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2009

6.

24............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2005

7.

23....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005

1.

Doubles 1. 21...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007 2. 18................................................................. Stephen Mullis, 2010 3. 16............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2004 4. 15....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004 15....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 15........................................................................ Josh Miller, 2007 7. 14....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 14............................................................... Kody Hightower, 2005 14................................................................. Mathew Pruitt, 2009 14................................................................. Kellen Moman, 2010

23......................................................................... Dan Short, 2006

24..................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2005

23.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2007

3.

18..................................................................... Chad Nance, 2004

10. 22................................................ Three with 22 walks in a season

4.

11.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2009

5.

10....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004

6.

7............................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005

7...................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

Triples 1. 4...................................................................... Brice Warner, 2007 2. 3......................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 3......................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005 3................................................................. Kody Hightower, 2006 5. 2........................................................................ Chad Nance, 2004 2....................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2005 7. 1......................................... Eighteen with 1 triples hit in a season

9....................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2006

7.

8..................................................................... Andrew Allen, 2004

8......................................................................... Matt Mabe, 2005

8...................................................................... Brandon Ball, 2006

8......................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010

Home Runs 1. 21............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2004 2. 13....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 3. 10............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2005 4. 9......................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2006 5. 8................................................................. Preston Roberts, 2005 8........................................................................ Justin Frady, 2007 8................................................................... Stephen Mullis, 2010 8......................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010 9. 7.................................................................. Kody Hightower, 2006 7.................................................................... Kellen Moman, 2010

Hit By Pitch 1.

13........................................................................ Josh Miller, 2008

Stolen Bases 24....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005

2.

11................................................................... Andrew Allen, 2006

3.

10............................................................................. Ray Gill, 2004

8.

6....................................................................... Kirk Renegar, 2004

10......................................................................... D.J. Perrin, 2006

6....................................................................... Eric Renegar, 2010

5.

9..................................................................... Andrew Allen, 2005

10. 5............................................ Two with 5 stolen bases in a season

Stolen Base Attempts 1.

26....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2005

2.

25..................................................................... Zach Tolbert, 2005

3.

22...................................................................... Chad Nance, 2004

Strikeouts

4.

13....................................................................... Steve Lenzi, 2004

1.

53...................................................................... Chris White, 2007

13.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2009

2.

48.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2007

48................................................................. Kellen Moman, 2010

6.

9...................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

4.

42....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004

7.

8....................................................................... Kirk Renegar, 2004

42...................................................................... Justin Frady, 2007

8.......................................................................... Jose Mero, 2005

6.

40.................................................................... Brice Warner, 2008

9.

7............................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005

7.

39...................................................................... Seth Corliss, 2008

10. 6........................... Three with 6 stolen base attempts in a season

8.

38...................................................................... Seth Corliss, 2007

38...................................................................... Will Scholer, 2009

10. 37....................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2009

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Individual Single Season Records (Since 2004) individual single season records (since 2004) EArned Run Average 1. 2.19............................................................... Tom Underhill, 2004 2. 2.28............................................................ Preston Roberts, 2005 3. 2.57................................................................. Spencer Linn, 2007 4. 3.36........................................................... Jordan Hotchkiss, 2007 5. 3.49..................................................................... Tom Grant, 2006 6. 3.50............................................................. Shane Galloway, 2008 7. 3.58............................................................. Shane Galloway, 2007 8. 3.79......................................................... Mitchell Pridmore, 2005 9. 3.80.......................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005 10. 3.91..................................................................... Joey Cress, 2004 Appearances 1. 22.................................................................... Jacob Koontz, 2010 2. 20.................................................................. Tom Underhill, 2004 20................................................................ Brooks Owenby, 2005 4. 19................................................................ Brooks Owenby, 2006 5. 17............................................................... Preston Roberts, 2005 17........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 7. 16........................................................................ Joey Cress, 2004 16..................................................................... Jacob White, 2009 16................................................................. Luke Smithson, 2009 16..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 Games Started 1. 13........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 2. 12...................................................................... Chad Lanier, 2004 12...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 4. 11........................................................................ Joey Cress, 2004 11............................................................ Mitchell Pridmore, 2005 11........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2005 11.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 11..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 9. 10...................................... Ten with 10 games started in a season Complete Games 1. 7...................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2007 2. 6................................................................ Jordan Hotchkiss, 2007 3. 5.......................................................................... Tom Grant, 2006 5.................................................................. Shane Galloway, 2008 5. 4.......................................................................... Joey Cress, 2004 4........................................................................ Chad Lanier, 2004 7. 3.......................................................................... Tom Grant, 2005 3...................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 9. 2..................................... Five with 2 complete games in a season Shutouts 1. 2........................................................................ Chad Lanier, 2004 2. 1.......................................................................... Tom Grant, 2005 1..................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2006 1.................................................................. Shane Galloway, 2008 1..................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 1.................................................................. Shane Galloway, 2009

Runs given up 1. 71..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 2. 67.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 3. 61................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2009 4. 58................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 58............................................................... Brennan Daniels, 2010 6. 57................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 7. 55.................................................................... Jacob Koontz, 2010 8. 54...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 9. 53.................................................................. Joseph Lepore, 2010 10. 49........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 Earned Runs given up 1. 54................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2009 2. 53..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 3. 51.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 4. 48................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 48.................................................................. Joseph Lepore, 2010 6. 46...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 7. 45............................................................... Brennan Daniels, 2010 8. 44................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 9. 42.................................................................. Mathew Pruitt, 2010 10. 39.................................................................... Jacob Koontz, 2010 Walks given up 1. 44........................................................................ Joey Cress, 2004 2. 42...................................................................... Chad Lanier, 2004 3. 39....................................................................... Ryan Toney, 2008 4. 30...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 5. 29............................................................... Brennan Daniels, 2010 29.................................................................. Mathew Pruitt, 2010 7. 27............................................................ Mitchell Pridmore, 2005 8. 26.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 26....................................................................... Ryan Toney, 2009 10. 25.................................... Two with 25 walks given up in a season Strikeouts 1. 60...................................................................... Chad Lanier, 2004 2. 59........................................................................ Joey Cress, 2004 3. 55.............................................................. Jordan Hotchkiss, 2007 4. 50.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2007 5. 49................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 6. 48........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 7. 45................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 8. 44........................................... Four with 44 strikeouts in a season

Saves 1. 9.................................................................... Tom Underhill, 2004 2. 7................................................................. Preston Roberts, 2005 3. 3................................................................ Jordan Hotchkiss, 2007 4. 2.................................................................. Brooks Owenby, 2006 2........................................................................ Chris White, 2008 2................................................................... Luke Smithson, 2009 7. 1................................................. Fourteen with 1 save in a season

Doubles given up 1. 21..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 2. 19................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 3. 18................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2010 4. 17................................................................ Brooks Owenby, 2006 17.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 6. 15...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 15................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2009 15............................................................... Brennan Daniels, 2010 9. 14................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 14.................................................................. Joseph Lepore, 2010

Innings Pitched 1. 87.2..................................................................... Tom Grant, 2006 2. 75.0........................................................... Jordan Hotchkiss, 2007 3. 70.0................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 4. 70.0................................................................. Spencer Linn, 2007 5. 69.1............................................................ Shane Galloway, 2008 6. 69.0..................................................................... Joey Cress, 2004 7. 66.2................................................................ Seth Laughter, 2008 8. 64.0................................................................ Seth Laughter, 2009 9. 61.0.................................................................... Matt Joplin, 2004 61.0................................................................. Spencer Linn, 2008

Triples given up 1. 5.................................................................... Joseph Lepore, 2010 2. 4.................................................................. Shane Galloway, 2010 4................................................................. Brennan Daniels, 2010 4. 3............................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005 3........................................................................ Hunter Fish, 2006 3..................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 3...................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 3...................................................................... Jacob Koontz, 2010 9. 2................................... Eleven with 2 triples given up in a season

Hits Allowed 1. 98.................................................................... Seth Laugher, 2008 2. 97........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 97................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2009 4. 91.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 5. 89..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 6. 85................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2009 7. 84...................................................................... Hunter Fish, 2006 84............................................................... Brennan Daniels, 2010 9. 82................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2008 10. 75........................................................................ Joey Cress, 2004

Home Runs given up 1. 13................................................................ Shane Galloway, 2009 2. 9.................................................................. Shane Galloway, 2008 3. 8.............................................................. Mitchell Pridmore, 2005 8....................................................................... Jacob White, 2009 5. 7......................................................................... Matt Joplin, 2004 7.................................................................... Mathew Pruitt, 2010 7....................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 7.................................................................... Joseph Lepore, 2010 9. 6....................................................... Three tied with 6 home runs

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Wild Pitches 1. 10..................................................................... Jacob White, 2010 2. 9......................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2004 9.......................................................................... Tom Grant, 2005 4. 8......................................................................... Ryan Toney, 2008 8..................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2008 8...................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2008 8......................................................................... Ryan Toney, 2009 8................................................................. Brennan Daniels, 2010 9. 7............................................ Four with 7 wild pitches in a season Passed Balls 1. 13....................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010 2. 12................................................................. Matthew Ennis, 2010 3. 8.......................................................................... Josh Miller, 2009 4. 7.......................................................................... Josh Miller, 2008 5. 6........................................................................ Seth Corliss, 2008 6. 3...................................................................... Jason Merrill, 2009 Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 26........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2005 2. 14........................................................................ Tom Grant, 2006 3. 10................................................................... Seth Laughter, 2006 4. 9........................................................................ Chad Lanier, 2004 5. 7........................ Seven with 7 hit by pitches given up in a season Balks 1. 4................................................................. Brandon Sleezer, 2008 2. 2......................................................................... Matt Joplin, 2004 2................................................................ Jordan Hotchkiss, 2005 2........................................................................ Hunter Fish, 2006 2....................................................................... Jacob White, 2009 6. 1..................................................... Eleven with 1 balk in a season Putouts 1. 355........................................................................... Ray Gill, 2004 2. 339..................................................................... Brian Ennis, 2006 3. 335..................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2009 4. 325........................................................................... Ray Gill, 2005 5. 252..................................................................... Jackie Corn, 2010 6. 225................................................................. Andrew Allen, 2006 7. 221............................................................... Stephen Mullis, 2010 8. 181.................................................................... Justin Frady, 2008 9. 149................................................................. Andrew Allen, 2005 10. 137...................................................................... Josh Miller, 2008 Assists 1. 149.............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2006 2. 133.............................................................. Kody Hightower, 2005 3. 125.................................................................. Mitch Hefner, 2008 4. 109.................................................................. Spencer Linn, 2009 5. 104...................................................................... Travis Free, 2004 104................................................................... Chad Nance, 2004 104.................................................................. Brandon Ball, 2006 8. 94..................................................................... Eric Renegar, 2010 9. 92.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2006 10. 91................................................................. Mathew Pruitt, 2009 Errors 1. 24...................................................................... Chad Nance, 2004 2. 20.................................................................... Mitch Hefner, 2008 20..................................................................... Eric Renegar, 2010 4. 19.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2006 19...................................................................... Will Schloer, 2009 19.................................................................... Kramer Clark, 2010 7. 18....................................................................... Scott Lefler, 2004 18.................................................................... Spencer Linn, 2009 9. 16.............................................................. Adam Arrowood, 2008 10. 15............................................................... Kody Hightower, 2006 Fielding percentage (min. 10 chances) 1. 1.000........ Fourteen with a 1.000 fielding percentage in a season


Individual Careerindividual Career records (since 2004) Records (Since 2004) At-Bats 1. 577....................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 2. 538....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 3. 396...................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006) 4. 394........................................................... Josh Miller (2007-2009) 5. 368.......................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 6. 343.................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 7. 318................................................................ Ray Gill (2004-2005) 8. 318.................................................. Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 318...................................................... Luke Lovelace (2007-2008) 10. 314.................................................. Kody Hightower (2005-2006) Batting average (min 200 at-bats) 1. .392................................................. Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 2. .372......................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 3. .364........................................................ Justin Frady (2007-2008) 4. .352................................................. Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 5. .349............................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005) 6. .344................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 7. .327.................................................... Kellen Moman (2009-2010) 8. .323..................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006) 9. .311.................................................... Luke Lovelace (2007-2008) 10. .302.......................................................... Josh Miller (2007-2009) Runs scored 1. 110....................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 2. 83.................................................................. Ray Gill (2004-2005) 3. 81............................................................ Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 4. 69.................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 5. 67........................................................ Luke Lovelace (2007-2008) 6. 65.................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 7. 64......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 8. 61...................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 9. 56.......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2005) 10. 55................................................ Two with 55 career runs scored Hits 1. 145....................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 2. 137.......................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 3. 128....................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006) 128........................................................ Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 5. 123................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 6. 119........................................................... Josh Miller (2007-2009) 7. 118.................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 8. 112.................................................. Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 9. 111................................................................ Ray Gill (2004-2005) 10. 99........................................................ Luke Lovelace (2007-2008) Doubles 1. 29............................................................ Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 29........................................................... Justin Frady (2007-2008) 3. 27.................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 27......................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 5. 26...................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 6. 25.......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 7. 23.................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 23........................................................... Seth Corliss (2007-2008) 9. 22............................................................ Jackie Corn (2009-2010) 10. 21............................................................. Josh Miller (2007-2009) Triples 1. 6........................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 2. 4...................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 3. 3....................................................................... Scott Lefler (2004) 3.............................................................. Steve Lenzi (2004-2005) 5. 2...................................................................... Chad Nance (2004) 2............................................................ Zach Tolbert (2004-2006) 2........................................................ Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 8. 1............................................................ Eric Renegar (2009-2010) 1..................................................... Ronald Patterson (2009-2010) 1........................................................... Eleven with 1 career triple

Runs Batted In

Sacrifice Hits

1.

106................................................................ Ray Gill (2004-2005)

1.

2.

80..................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006)

2.

17 ........................................................ Brice Warner (2006-2009)

3.

75............................................................. Josh Miller (2007-2009)

3.

13 ......................................................... Brandon Ball (2004-2006)

4.

74......................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009)

4.

11 ............................................................. Dan Short (2005-2006)

5.

71.................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

5.

10 ........................................................ Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

71 ........................................................ Andrew Allen (2004-2006)

6.

7 ............................................................ Dusty Stepp (2004-2005)

7.

62 .......................................................... Justin Frady (2007-2008)

7 .................................................... Brandon Fleming (2006-2007)

8.

61 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

7 ..................................................... Adam Arrowood (2008-2009)

9.

60 ..................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010)

9.

6 ...................................................... Eric Renegar (2010-present)

6 .................................................. Two with 6 career sacrifice hits

10. 58 ........................................................... Seth Corliss (2007-2008)

24 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

Total Bases

SAcrifice Flies

1.

228 ...................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009)

1.

7 ..................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

2.

224 ............................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005)

7 .......................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006)

3.

194 .................................................. Kody Hightower (2005-2006)

3.

6 ............................................................ Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

4.

181 .................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010)

6 .......................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009)

5.

178 ........................................................ Justin Frady (2007-2008)

5.

4 ............................................................. Steve Lenzi (2004-2005)

6.

177 .......................................................... Josh Miller (2006-2008)

4 ................................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005)

7.

175 ......................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005)

4 ........................................................ Shawn Hassler (2004-2006)

8.

174 ....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

4 ........................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

9.

173 .................................................. Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

9.

3 ................................................. Four with 3 career sacrifice flies

10. 160 ...................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006) Stolen Bases Walks

1.

34 ........................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005)

1.

86 ........................................................ Brice Warner (2006-2009)

2.

30 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

2.

53 ................................................................. Ray Gill (2004-2005)

3.

21 ........................................................ Brice Warner (2006-2009)

3.

52 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

4.

18 ................................................................... Chad Nance (2004)

4.

49 .................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

5.

8 ................................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005)

5.

48 ............................................................ Josh Miller (2007-2009)

6.

7 ...................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

6.

45 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

7.

6 .................................................................... Kirk Renegar (2004)

45 .......................................................... Justin Frady (2007-2008)

6 ...................................................... Eric Renegar (2010-present)

8.

42 ............................................................. Dan Short (2005-2006)

9.

5 .................................................... Ron Patterson (2010-present)

9.

38 ........................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005)

5 ................................................... Two with 5 career stolen bases

38 ........................................................... Seth Corliss (2007-2008) Stolen Base Attempts

Hit By Pitch

1.

39 ........................................................... Steve Lenzi (2004-2005)

1.

28 ....................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006)

2.

34 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2005)

2.

19 ............................................................ Josh Miller (2007-2009)

3.

26 ........................................................ Brice Warner (2006-2009)

3.

14 ................................................................. Ray Gill (2004-2005)

4.

22 ................................................................... Chad Nance (2004)

14 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

5.

10 .................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

14 ........................................................... Jackie Corn (2009-2010)

6.

8 .................................................................... Kirk Renegar (2004)

6.

12 .................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005)

8 ........................................................................ Jose Mero (2005)

7.

11 ........................................................... Matt Mabe (2004-2005)

8 ................................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005)

8.

10 ...................................................................... D.J. Perrin (2006)

9.

7 ...................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006)

10 ......................................................... Brandon Ball (2004-2006)

10. 6 ...................................................... Eric Renegar (2010-present)

10. 9 ........................................................ Kellen Moman (2009-2010) Strikeouts 1.

141 ...................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009)

2.

114 ....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009)

3.

87 ............................................................ Josh Miller (2007-2009)

4.

77 ........................................................... Seth Corliss (2007-2008)

5.

72 ...................................................... Kellen Moman (2009-2010)

72 ......................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006)

7.

69 ........................................................... Jackie Corn (2009-2010)

8.

65 ................................................................. Ray Gill (2004-2005)

9.

61 ...................................................... Mathew Pruitt (2009-2010)

10. 58 ..................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010)

Home Runs 1. 31.................................................................. Ray Gill (2004-2005) 2. 13..................................................................... Scott Lefler (2004) 3. 13....................................................... Kellen Moman (2009-2010) 4. 12.................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 12.................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 12............................................................ Jackie Corn (2009-2010) 7. 11...................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 8. 9.............................................................. Brian Ennis (2004-2006) 9............................................................. Justin Frady (2007-2008) 10. 8.............................................................. Seth Corliss (2007-2008) 8............................................................... Josh Miller (2007-2009)

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Individual Career Records (Since 2004) individual Career records (since 2004) Appearances 1. 59 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 2. 50 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 3. 45 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 4. 43 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 5. 37 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 6. 36 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 7. 30 .................................................... Jacob Koontz (2009-present) 30 ............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006) 30 .................................................. Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 10. 28 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2006-2007)

Runs given up 1. 191 ..................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 161 .................................................. Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 137 ................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 137 ...................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 5. 92 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 92 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 7. 91 ............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006) 8. 82 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 9. 79 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 10. 72 ................................................... Jacob Koontz (2009-present)

Wild Pitches 1. 17 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 16 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 16 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 4. 14 ........................................................... Brian Ennis (2004-2006) 14 ............................................................ Tom Grant (2005-2006) 6. 13 ...................................................... John Grimsley (2004-2005) 13 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 8. 11 .......................................................... Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 11 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 10. 9 ................................................... Two with 9 career wild pitches

Games Started 1. 38 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 36 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 29 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 4. 24 ............................................................ Tom Grant (2005-2006) 5. 18 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 18 .................................................. Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 7. 16 .......................................................... Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 16 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 9. 15 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 10. 14 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007)

Earned Runs given up 1. 163 ..................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 142 .................................................. Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 112 ....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 4. 109 ................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 5. 75 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 6. 69 ............................................................ Tom Grant (2005-2006) 7. 68 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 8. 63 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 9. 62 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 10. 56 ......................... Two tied with 56 career earned runs given up

Passed Balls 1. 15 ............................................................ Josh Miller (2007-2009) 2. 13 ........................................................... Jackie Corn (2009-2010) 3. 12 .............................................................. Matthew Ennis (2010) 4. 6 ............................................................. Seth Corliss (2007-2008) 5. 3 ........................................................... Jason Merrill (2007-2009)

Complete Games 1. 11 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 11 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 8 .............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006) 4. 7 .................................................... Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 5. 5 ......................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 6. 4 ........................................................................ Joey Cress (2004) 4 ............................................................ Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 8. 2 ................................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005) 9. 1 ....................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 1 .......................................... Seven with 1 career complete game

Walks given up 1. 68 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 2. 66 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 3. 65 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 4. 59 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 5. 57 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 6. 56 .......................................................... Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 7. 54 .................................................. Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 8. 52 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 9. 50 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 10. 44 ...................................................................... Joey Cress (2004)

Shutouts 1. 2 ..................................................................... Chad Lanier (2004) 2 ......................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2 ...................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 4. 1 .............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006)

Strikeouts 1. 142 .................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 140 ....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 3. 132 .................................................. Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 4. 92 ............................................................ Tom Grant (2005-2006) 5. 84 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 6. 82 .................................................. Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 7. 78 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 8. 64 .......................................................... Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 64 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 10. 61 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009)

Saves 1. 9 .................................................................. Tom Underhill (2004) 2. 7 ...................................................... Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 3. 3 .................................................... Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 3 ............................................................. Chris White (2007-2008) 5. 2 ...................................................... Brooks Owenby (2005-2007) 2 ........................................................ Luke Smithson (2008-2009) 7. 1 ........................................................ Thirteen with 1 career save Innings Pitched 1. 237.2 .................................................. Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 225.2 ............................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 185.1 .................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 4. 146.0 ....................................................... Tom Grant (2005-2006) 5. 135.1 ............................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 6. 129.1 ................................................ Jacob White (2008-present) 7. 106.1 ...................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 8. 103.0 ............................................. Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 9. 100.1 ........................................... Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 10. 80.1 ........................................................ Ryan Toney (2008-2009) Hits Allowed 1. 316 ..................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 316 .................................................. Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 3. 228 ....................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 4. 194 ................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 5. 180 .................................................. Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 6. 155 ........................................................... Tom Grant (2005-2006) 7. 138 ......................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 8. 122 ................................................ Jordan Hotchkiss (2005-2007) 9. 116 .............................................. Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2006) 10. 98 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009)

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Doubles given up 1. 43 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 2. 40 ..................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 40 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 4. 32 ........................................................ Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 5. 25 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 6. 22 ........................................................... Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 7. 21 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 8. 20 ............................................................ Tom Grant (2005-2006) 9. 18 .................................................... Jacob Koontz (2009-present) 18 ........................................................... Ryan Toney (2008-2009) Triples given up 1. 7 ..................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 2. 6 ......................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 3. 5 .................................................... Joseph Lepore (2010-present) 4. 4 ............................................................. Hunter Fish (2005-2006) 4 ........................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 4 ..................................................... Jacob Koontz (2009-present) 4 ................................................ Brennan Daniels (2010-present) 8. 3 ................................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005) 3 .............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006) 10. 2 ............................................ Eight with 2 career triples given up Home Runs given up 1. 28 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 2. 20 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 3. 11 ................................................ Mitchell Pridmore (2004-2007) 4. 10 .......................................................... Charlie Long (2005-2006) 10 ...................................................... Mathew Pruitt (2009-2010) 6. 9 ......................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 7. 8 ............................................................. Ryan Toney (2008-2009) 8. 7 .................................................... Joseph Lepore (2010-present) 7 ...................................... Four with 7 career home runs given up

Hit By Pitch Given up 1. 40 ............................................................. Tom Grant (2005-2006) 2. 23 ....................................................... Seth Laughter (2006-2009) 3. 15 .................................................... Jacob White (2008-present) 4. 14 .................................................... Brooks Owenby (2004-2007) 5. 12 .......................................................... Chad Lanier (2004-2005) 6. 11 ........................................................ Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 11 .................................................... Shane Galloway (2007-2010) 8. 10 ................................................... Jacob Koontz (2009-present) 10 ...................................................... John Grimsley (2004-2005) 10. 9 ......................................................... Three with 9 hit by pitches Putouts 1. 680 ............................................................... Ray Gill (2004-2005) 2. 587 ......................................................... Jackie Corn (2009-2010) 3. 427 ..................................................... Andrew Allen (2004-2006) 4. 343 ......................................................... Brian Ennis (2004-2006) 5. 300 ...................................................... Brice Warner (2006-2009) 6. 285 ................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010) 7. 237 .......................................................... Josh Miller (2007-2009) 8. 215 ................................................. Preston Roberts (2004-2005) 9. 183 ....................................................... Zach Tolbert (2004-2006) 10. 181 .................................................. Two with 181 career putouts Assists 1. 282 .................................................. Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 2. 277 ...................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 3. 131 .................................................... Mathew Pruitt (2009-2010) 4. 125 ............................................................... Mitch Hefner (2008) 5. 110 ....................................................... Brandon Ball (2004-2007) 6. 104 ................................................................... Travis Free (2004) 104 ................................................................. Chad Nance (2004) 8. 94 .................................................... Eric Renegar (2010-present) 9. 87 .................................................... Kramer Clark (2010-present) 10. 81 ..................................................................... Scott Lefler (2004) Errors 1. 49 ......................................................... Spencer Linn (2006-2009) 2. 28 .................................................... Kody Hightower (2005-2006) 3. 24 ................................................................... Chad Nance (2004) 4. 20 ................................................................. Mitch Hefner (2008) 20 .................................................... Kramer Clark (2010-present) 6. 19 .................................................... Eric Renegar (2010-present) 19 ................................................................... Will Scholer (2008) 19 ...................................................... Mathew Pruitt (2009-2010) 9. 18 .................................................................... Scott Lefler (2004) 10. 17 ..................................................... Stephen Mullis (2008-2010)


Team Single Game Records (Since 2008) Team Single game records (since 2008) At-Bats 1. 49 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 2. 44 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 7, 2010 3. 41 .......................................................... USC Aiken, Feb. 19, 2008 41 ................................................. Catawba College, Mar. 9, 2008 41 .................................... Lenoir-Rhyne University, Mar. 13, 2010 6. 40 ............................................... Mars Hill College, Feb. 20, 2010 40 .................................... Lenoir-Rhyne University, Mar. 14, 2010 8. 39 ........................................... Mercyhurst College, Feb. 15, 2009 39 ................................ North Greenville University, Mar. 4, 2009 39 .............................. Alderson-Broaddus College, Mar. 10, 2009 Runs scored 1. 16 ................................................ Lander University, Feb. 9, 2008 2. 15 ................................ Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010 3. 14 ......................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 7, 2009 4. 13 ............................... North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 13 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 7, 2010 13 ................................................ Milligan College, Mar. 16, 2010 13 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 8. 12 ............................................... Four games with 12 runs scored Hits 1. 22 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 2. 19 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 7, 2010 3. 17 ............................................... Mars Hill College, Feb. 20, 2010 17 .................................... Lenoir-Rhyne University, Mar. 14, 2010 5. 16 ............................... North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 6. 15 ................................ Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010 7. 14 ................................................ Lander University, Feb. 9, 2008 14 ........................................... Mercyhurst College, Feb. 14, 2009 14 ................................... Lenoir-Rhyne University, Mar. 13, 2010 10. 13 ........................................................... Eight games with 13 hits Doubles 1. 6 .................................................. Catawba College, Apr. 19, 2009 2. 5 .............................................. Wingate University, Mar. 28, 2009 5 ....................................... Carson-Newman College, Apr. 5, 2009 5 ................................. North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 5 ................................................. Mars Hill College, Feb. 20, 2010 5 .................................... Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 7. 4 ..................................................... Ten with 4 doubles in a game Triples 1. 1 ........................................................ Coker College, Feb. 9, 2008 1 .............................................. Wingate University, Feb. 16, 2008 1 ............................................ Anderson University, Feb. 28, 2008 1 ........................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 7, 2009 1 ........................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 8, 2009 1 ............................................. Mercyhurst College, Feb. 14, 2009 1 ....................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 2010 1 ..................................... Virginia Intermont College, Apr. 7, 2010 1 ......................................................... King College, Apr. 20, 2010 Home Runs 1. 4 ................................................. Mars Hill College, Mar. 31, 2009 2. 3 ................................. North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 3 ................................................. Mars Hill College, Feb. 20, 2010 3 ....................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 2010 3 .................................... Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 6. 2 ................................................ Twelve games with 2 home runs Runs Batted In 1. 16 ................................................ Lander University, Feb. 9, 2008 2. 13 ......................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 8, 2009 13 ............................... North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 13 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 7, 2010 13 ................................ Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010 6. 12 ............................................... Mars Hill College, Feb. 20, 2010 12 ................................................ Milligan College, Mar. 16, 2010 12 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 9. 11 ........................................... Mercyhurst College, Feb. 14, 2009 10. 10 ........................................... Four games with 10 runs batted in

Walks 1. 10 ......................................... Ohio Valley University, Mar. 5, 2008 2. 8 .................................. North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2009 3. 7 ................................. North Greenville University, Apr. 11, 2008 7 ............................................ Ohio Valley University, Feb. 8, 2009 7 .................................................... Erskine College, Feb. 19, 2009 7 .................................. North Greenville University, Mar. 4, 2009 7 ....................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 2010 7 ....................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 2010 7 .................................. Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010 10. 6 ......................................................... Eleven games with 6 walks Hit By Pitch 1. 3 ................................. North Greenville University, Feb. 12, 2008 3 ........................................... Davis & Elkins College, Mar. 5, 2009 3 ....................................... Carson-Newman College, Apr. 4, 2009 3 ....................................... Carson-Newman College, Apr. 4, 2009 3 ....................... Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 9, 2010 3 .................................. Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010 3 ..................................... Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010 3 .................................................. Milligan College, Mar. 31, 2010 3 .................................................... Catawba College, Apr. 9, 2010 10 2 .......................................... Twenty-six games with 2 hit by pitch Strikeouts 1. 17 ............................................. Newberry College, Mar. 21, 2008 2. 16 ................................................. Catawba College, Mar. 9, 2008 3. 15 .......................................................... USC Aiken, Feb. 19, 2008 15 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 27, 2010 15 .............................................. Newberry College, Apr. 16, 2010 6. 14 .............................................. Newberry College, Feb. 21, 2009 7. 13 ................................................... Five games with 13 strikeouts Sacrifice Hits 1.

3 ................................................. Mars Hill College, Mar. 16, 2008

3 ............................................ Anderson University, Mar. 20, 2008

3 ................................................... Tusculum College, Apr. 6, 2008

3 ........................................................... King College, Apr. 8, 2008

3 ................................. North Greenville University, Mar. 24, 2009

6.

2 .......................................... Fourteen games with 2 sacrifice hits

SAcrifice Flies 1.

2 ......................................... North Georgia College, Apr. 15, 2008

2 .................................................... Erskine College, Feb. 19, 2009

2 ................................. Lincoln Meomrial University, Mar. 6, 2010

2 .................................. Virginia Intermont College, Mar. 24, 2010

2 .................................................... Catawba College, Apr. 9, 2010

6.

1 ..................................... Twenty-seven games with 1 sacrifice fly

Stolen Bases 1.

Innings Pitched 1.

12 ................................................. Catawba College, Mar. 9, 2008

2.

10 ......................................................... King College, Apr. 8, 2008

10 .............................. North Greenville University, Mar. 24, 2009

10 ................................................ Catawba College, Apr. 19, 2009

10 .................................. Carson-Newman College, Mar. 26, 2010

6.

9 .................................... Thirty-five games with 9 innings pitched

Hits Allowed 1.

1 ........................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 7, 2009

2.

3 ........................................... Anderson University, Mar. 20, 2008

3.

4 ................................. North Greenville University, Feb. 12, 2008

4 ............................................ Anderson University, Feb. 28, 2008

4 ................................. Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 1, 2008

4 ................................................ Tusculum College, Feb. 27, 2010

7.

5 .............................................. Wingate University, Feb. 16, 2008

5 ........................................... Ohio Valley University, Mar. 5, 2008

5 ................................................... Catawba College, Mar. 9, 2008

5 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 16, 2009

Runs given up 1.

0 ................................. North Greenville University, Feb. 12, 2008

0 ........................................... Anderson University, Mar. 20, 2008

0 ................................. North Greenville University, Apr. 12, 2008

0 ........................................... Ohio Valley University, Feb. 7, 2009

0 ............................... Lincoln Memorial University, Mar. 16, 2009

6.

1 ................................................... Catawba College, Mar. 9, 2008

1 ................................................. Mars Hill College, Mar. 16, 2008

1 ................................................... Tusculum College, Apr. 6, 2008

1 ............................................ Ohio Valley University, Feb. 7, 2009

10. 2 ................................................... Six games with 2 runs given up Strikeouts 1.

12 ......................................................... King College, Apr. 8, 2008

12 .............................. North Greenville University, Mar. 24, 2009

3.

11 ............................................ Wingate University, Feb. 17, 2008

11 ..................................................... Davis & Elkins, Mar. 5, 2009

5.

10 ............................................... Mars Hill College, Mar. 31, 2009

10 .................................................. Erskine College, Feb. 16, 2010

7.

9 ............................................ Ohio Valley University, Feb. 8, 2009

9 ................................................ Newberry College, Feb. 22, 2009

9 ............................................ Anderson University, Feb. 28, 2008

9 ...................................................... North Georgia, Apr. 15, 2008

3 ................................. North Greenville University, Feb. 12, 2008

3 ............................................ Anderson University, Feb. 28, 2008

3 ............................................. Mercyhurst College, Feb. 14, 2009

3 .................................................. Milligan College, Mar. 16, 2010

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2 ................................................. Eight games with 2 stolen bases

Caught Stealing 1.

1 ......................................... Twelve games with 1 caught stealing

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This is Brevard College

Welcome to Brevard College

Date Founded 1853. Oldest college or university in the mountains of North Carolina. Type of College Four-year private, coeducational, comprehensive liberal arts college; affiliated with the Western North Carolina Conference of The United Methodist Church. Calendar Two semesters—fall, spring. Campus & Location 120-acre campus within the city of Brevard, North Carolina; close to the Pisgah National Forest, DuPont State Forest, Blue Ridge Parkway, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the city of Asheville, the Asheville Regional Airport and the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport. Degree Programs Bachelor of Arts; Bachelor of Music; Bachelor of Science. Majors Art; Biology; Business and Organizational Leadership; Criminal Justice; English; Environmental Science; Environmental Studies; Exercise Science; General Science; Health Science Studies; History; Integrated Studies; Mathematics; Music; Music Education; Psychology; Religious Studies; Theatre Studies; Wilderness Leadership and Experiential Education. Pre-Professional Pre-Law, Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Veterinary and Teacher Licensure. Special Programs, Opportunities Honors Program; honor societies; Institute for Women in Leadership; double major; dual enrollment; internships; study abroad; independent study; teacher licensure program; experiential studies (Pisgah National Forest, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Cradle of Forestry, regional museums, area orchestras); interdisciplinary studies; Academic Enrichment Center; Appalachian Center for Environmental Education. Faculty 55 full-time faculty; 75 percent hold the terminal academic degree in their field; 53 percent hold tenure; student-faculty ratio is 11:1. Student Profile (2009-2010) 658 students from 35 states and 13 foreign countries; 98 percent fulltime; 74 percent residential; 57 percent male, 43 percent female; 52 percent in-state students, 48 percent out-of-state and international students. Library 58,000 volumes; over 120,000 e-books; 4,490 audiovisual materials; 150 print subscriptions; access to over 22,000 electronic journals. Internetaccessible databases containing indexes, abstracts, and thousands of full-text and digital resources are available 24/7 from EBSCO, Gale, JSTOR, Lexis/Nexis, NC LIVE, ProQuest, and other online database providers. Wireless Internet access is readily available in the library. Resource sharing is available through academic libraries in Western North Carolina and nearby states. The library is a member of the American Library Association, Appalachian College Association, Carolina Consortium, North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, and Solinet/Lyrasis.

Financial Aid 94 percent of students receive merit-based and/or need-based scholarships, grants, and loans; $14.5 million in aid was coordinated for Brevard College students in 2009-2010 for 642 students. Residence Halls Four options: three traditional style residence halls and one apartmentstyle residential village primarily for sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Information Technology All academic buildings and residence halls are connected to the campus high-speed fiber-optic network. All residence hall rooms are wired to provide students with access to the campus network and Internet resources. Wireless access is also available at several public campus locations. The campus network consists of a server farm, student labs, library lab, as well as faculty and staff PCs. Special computer labs are provided for Art and Music students in the Sims Art Center and Dunham Music Center. Athletics Brevard College boasts a distinguished and successful history in intercollegiate athletics, winning nine national team championships as a junior college (1937-2000). During this period, more than 200 Brevard College student athletes received All American honors. After completing the transition to a four-year institution in 2000, the College became an active member of the Appalachian Athletic Conference (AAC) of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA). Over the next eight years, Brevard athletic teams earned 10 conference titles and made 9 national tournament appearances. A new era of Brevard College athletics began in 2006 as the Tornados initiated the transition process from the NAIA to NCAA Division II while also adding football, cycling and cheerleading as varsity sports. Brevard College was officially granted active NCAA Division II and South Atlantic Conference membership status on September 1, 2008. In just two years of eligibility, every single BC Athletic team has either recorded a South Atlantic Conference win or made it to the postseason South Atlantic Conference tournament. The men’s basketball team won Brevard’s first South Atlantic Conference Championship and the Cycling team was named the 2009 Fall Mountain Bike National Champions. Brevard has also seen multiple athletes and coaches receive both All- Conference and All-Region recognition as the Tornados look to establish a pattern of success both in the NCAA and the South Atlantic Conference. Varsity Sports Men Women Baseball Basketball Basketball Cheerleading Cross Country Cross Country Cycling Cycling Football Golf Golf Soccer Soccer Softball Tennis Tennis Track Track Volleyball

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Dr. Drew Van Horn, BC President

Dr. Drew Van Horn, BC President

Dr. Drew Van Horn assumed the presidency of Brevard College on September 30, 2002. He is the third president of Brevard College since it became a four-year institution.

Under President Van Horn’s leadership, the institution continues to challenge students to integrate knowledge and practical experience so that they can become competent, confident and responsible citizens, serving their local and global communities.

To that end, Brevard College offers varied programs and opportunities to its students that form the foundation for pursuing further formal study, meaningful vocations and life-long personal and professional development.

Since taking the helm, President Van Horn has led collaborative efforts to enhance Brevard College’s commitment to engage and educate its students in the theoretical and applied liberal arts.

In 2004, President Van Horn led one of the most ambitious capital campaigns in Brevard College’s history. By the conclusion of the campaign in May 2006, the College exceeded its $14 million target by more than $5 million. Funds raised from the campaign were used to provide significant student scholarships; increase the College’s endowment; enhance student enrollment and retention efforts; and renovate many of the College’s facilities, including residence halls and classrooms. During his tenure, Brevard College has also added new academic programs, including psychology, criminal justice and teacher education licensure. The College also moved from the NAIA to NCAA Division II and added football, cycling and cheerleading as varsity sports.

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Most recently, President Van Horn initiated a five-year strategic plan for the College that encourages meaningful service; promotes student engagement; models environmental stewardship; strengthens financial resources; expands employee support; and enhances campus infrastructure. Campus-wide efforts on those six commitments are ongoing.


Kim Pate, BC Director of Athletics

Kim Pate, BC Director of Athletics

Kim Pate is the Director of Athletics at Brevard College. Pate currently oversees the entire 18 varsity sport athletic program at Brevard.

She is a member of the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletic Administrators (NACWAA) and is on the NCAA Division II Membership Committee. In 2010, Pate was elected vice chair of the Membership Committee and will represent the committee on the Membership Fund Selection Committee.

Prior to becoming Athletic Director, she served in the capacity of Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance and Business and Senior Woman Administrator. Pate began her tenure as an Associate Director of Business working in the business office under the Vice President for Business & Finance, and made the transition to Athletics in 2006. Pate has been instrumental in developing a Model NCAA Division II compliance program during the transitional process from NAIA to NCAA Division II. She orchestrated the completion of the NCAA Division II provisional membership process under the leadership of President Van Horn in August of 2008 as the Tornados made the transition from provisional members to full NCAA Division II members competing in the South Atlantic Conference.

Pate, a 2003 graduate of Brevard College, was a two time NAIA Academic All-American athlete and a four year starter for the BC softball team. She ended her playing career with a .377 batting average and holds the BC softball record for most hits. Pate graduated Summa Cum Laude from Brevard, earning a bachelor’s degree in Business & Organizational Leadership. She earned her master’s Degree in Business Administration from Western Carolina University in the summer of 2008.

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vs. St. Andrews (DH) Asheboro, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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vs. Pfeiffer - 4:00 p.m. Salisbury, N.C. vs. Catawba - 7:00 p.m. @ Erskine Due West, S.C. 2:00 p.m.

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Alderson-Broaddus Brevard, N.C. 1:00 p.m.

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Alderson-Broaddus (DH) Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

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@ North Greenville Tigerville, S.C. 2:00 p.m.

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@ Anderson* Anderson, S.C. 6:00 p.m.

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@ King Bristol, Tenn. 1:00 p.m.

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@ Anderson* (DH) Anderson, S.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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Newberry* Brevard, N.C. 2:00 p.m.

Newberry* (DH) Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

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Winston-Salem State Brevard, N.C. 3:00 p.m.

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@ Winston-Salem State Winston-Salem, N.C. 1:00 p.m.

@ Lenoir-Rhyne* Hickory, N.C. 7:00 p.m.

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Carson-Newman* Brevard, N.C. 2:00 p.m.

@ Lenoir-Rhyne* (DH) Hickory, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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Carson-Newman* (DH) Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.


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Erskine Brevard, N.C. 3:00 p.m.

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Mars Hill* Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m.

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Milligan (DH) Brevard, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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Mars Hill* (DH) Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

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@ Catawba* Salisbury, N.C. 7:00 p.m.

@ Catawba* (DH) Salisbury, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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@ Virginia Intermont (DH) Bristol, Va. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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@ Tusculum* Greeneville, Tenn. 7:00 p.m.

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King Brevard, N.C. 2:00 p.m.

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Lincoln Memorial* Brevard, N.C. 3:00 p.m.

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@ Milligan (DH) Milligan, Tenn. 5:00 p.m., 8:00 p.m.

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Virginia Intermont (DH) Brevard, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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2011 Food Lion SAC Tournament Quarterfinals

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2011 Food Lion SAC Tournament Semifinals

Lincoln Memorial* (DH) Brevard, N.C. 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

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@ Wingate* Wingate, N.C. 6:00 p.m.

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@ Tusculum* (DH) Greeneville, Tenn. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

@ Wingate* (DH) Wingate, N.C. 1:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m.

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2011 Food Lion SAC Tournament Championship


2011 Brevard College Tornados Baseball Schedule

Feb. 5 Feb. 6 Feb. 6 Feb. 10 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 22 Feb. 25 Feb. 26

@ St. Andrews (DH) vs. Pfeiffer vs. Catawba @ Erskine Alderson-Broaddus (DH) Alderson-Broaddus @ North Greenville @ Anderson* @ Anderson* (DH) @ King Newberry* Newberry* (DH)

Asheboro, N.C. Kannapolis, N.C. Kannapolis, N.C. Due West, S.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Tigerville, S.C. Anderson, S.C. Anderson, S.C. Bristol, Tenn. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C.

1 p.m. 4 p.m. 7 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m.

Mar. 1 Mar. 4 Mar. 5 Mar. 8 Mar. 11 Mar. 12 Mar. 16 Mar. 18 Mar. 19 Mar. 23 Mar. 25 Mar. 26 Mar. 30

Winston-Salem State @ Lenoir-Rhyne* @ Lenoir-Rhyne* (DH) @ Winston-Salem State Carson-Newman* Carson-Newman* (DH) Erskine Mars Hill* Mars Hill* (DH) Milligan (DH) @ Catawba* @ Catawba* (DH) @ Virginia Intermont (DH)

Brevard, N.C. Hickory, N.C. Hickory, N.C. Winston-Salem, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Salisbury, N.C. Salisbury, N.C. Bristol, Va.

3 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 3 p.m. 2 p.m. 12 p.m. 1 p.m. 7 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Apr. 1 Apr. 2 Apr. 6 Apr. 8 Apr. 9 Apr. 12 Apr. 15 Apr. 16 Apr. 19

@ Tusculum* @ Tusculum* (DH) King Lincoln Memorial* Lincoln Memorial* (DH) @ Milligan (DH) @ Wingate* @ Wingate* (DH) Virginia Intermont (DH)

Greeneville, Tenn. Greeneville, Tenn. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Brevard, N.C. Milligan, Tenn. Wingate, N.C. Wingate, N.C. Brevard, N.C.

7 p.m. 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 3 p.m. 12 p.m. 5 p.m. 6 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m.

Home events are in blue. * - indicates South Atlantic Conference event (DH) - indicates Doubleheader All times are local.


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